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New wildfire prompts evacuations in Northern California
"Crews are working to protect giant sequoia trees from wildfires in California's Sierra Nevada governor Gavin Newsom says one big wildfires in the K. and P. complex zero percent percent contained thirty three thousand acres just this complex over the years the area around the big trees had controlled fires to burn away vegetation Christy Brigham with sequoia and kings national parks says the bases are also wrapped in fire resistant material these are all fired up well this is very what if there's air in here so far only one big tree has been damaged giant forest has two thousand sequoias and includes the general Sherman the largest tree in the world by volume I'm a Donahue
California Wildfires Burn Into Groves of Giant Sequoia Trees
"In california. Wildfires are burning deep into sequoia national park where services and facilities are now closed. Extra steps are being taken to protect the giant forest of grove containing thousands of the gigantic ancient sequoias including the world's largest the general sherman. Fire information officer mark garrett says the trees are typically resistant to flames. But they've also been under other pressures. They're very resilient but with our recent drought tree mortality in the sierra nevada. Maybe two hundred million dead trees. That's putting extra stress on these trees to the k. n. p. complex fire expanded overnight and crews are battling the blazes amid extremely dry
California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees
"Crews are trying to keep wild fires away from groves of giant sequoia trees in national parks and forests in California wildfires have made it to at least four girls of the agents a call yes some two thousand years old and two hundred feet in height colony fire spokesperson Rebecca Patterson says some of the oldest and most well known sequoias are being wrapped in a fire retardant blanket structural rap on which is typically used to protect buildings from the possibility of fire on around the bases of giant sequoia trees she says that includes the best known of the giant trees the general Sherman tree which is the largest living tree in the world the fire is about a mile from the giant forest officials don't know yet the extent of damage caused to the other girls which are in remote hard to reach areas I'm Tim acquire
California Wildfires Threaten Famous Giant Sequoia Trees
"Wildfires in california are now threatening some of the biggest trees on earth two fires in the sierra nevada mountains have already closed down sequoia national park which is home to giant sequoia trees. Some that are as tallest three hundred feet and hundreds of thousands of years. Old two thirds of all giant sequoia groves acres already burned down and wildfires within the last five years historic drought and heat waves caused by man made climate. Change are to blame for the extreme proliferation of fires in the area. Firefighters are working hard to protect the giants by doing things like robbing them in huge fire-resistant blankets that are usually reserved for protecting buildings. Here's hoping that they're able to save the general sherman tree which fun fact is the largest city in the world by volume it will become the biggest and most vengeful tree goats if we kill it via climate change we cannot let that
Chauvin to Be Arraigned for Alleged Civil Rights Violation
"The former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the murder of George Floyd is scheduled to be arraigned today on another indictment involving a teenage boy Derek Sherman was convicted and sentenced earlier this year on state charges in Minnesota of murder in the death of George Floyd in police custody he was also charged this week in federal court with violating Floyd civil rights is scheduled to be arraigned today on yet another charge an indictment alleges he deprived a fourteen year old black teenager of his rights in twenty seventeen when he held the boy down by the throat hit him in the head with a flashlight and held his knee on the boy's neck and upper back while he was prone handcuffed and not resisting in a police report showing described the teen as six foot two and two hundred forty pounds and wrote that he used body weight to pin him when the teen resisted arrest prosecutors cited the encounter as one of seven times dating back to twenty fourteen the children used upper body restraints it leisurely beyond the point with such force was needed before Floyd's death I'm Jennifer king
Secretary of State Antony Blinken Covers up Afghanistan Disaster
"From the document. And the deal itself. That's not exactly what took place. The work conditions. And so what did the Democrats do today? What did they do at the blinking and they lied about the conditions. That Trump so went surrendered that Trump set the deadline. Cut five Mr Producer more blank and go When you came into office on January, 20th we were committed. This is Brad Sherman, who is a complete Cluster punk go ahead. We went out of Afghanistan within three months. By May, 1st. Did the Trump Administration leave on your desk pile of notebooks as to exactly how to carry out that plan. Did we have a list? Of which Afghans? Uh, we were going to evacuate Did what does this have to do with anything? Ladies and gentlemen? Yeah. You don't need no books on the list. You had a plan a deal that was set out that had already been violated. It was being violated upon the election of Joe Biden. That's the bottom line. You don't need a list and notebooks exactly how you're still accomplish these things. And by the way, If they needed those things, and they needed more. Why didn't they contact the trump folks? They could have done that to, you know. Go ahead. And to get Americans from all over Afghanistan to Kabul and out in an orderly way. How meticulous was the planning for the Trump administration declared May 1st withdrawal. Well, thank you, Congressman, uh, inherited a deadline. We did not inherit a plan. You're a liar. Caroline
Prophet Mike Thompson: The Cure for the Lawlessness Is the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
"I want my audience to be as encouraged as have been that in the midst of this darkness. God says hold on. I'm not done with america because many people that seem to think it's over when the end times it's over you know rates to run into the caves but that's not what god has been saying to. You know others evil in the world there always has been always will be until the second coming of the lord. Jesus christ i mean we understand those things but there is victory also in the bible it talks about in the last days their scriptures in the new testament where the apostle paul particularly was talking about in the last days and he explains how that there would be all this kind of evil and lawlessness. Lawlessness is a good word. Apostle paul love to talk about lawlessness. He talked about this present evil age and connected that with lawlessness. How that the entire mass of human thinking devoid of the reality and the truth of god and the revelation of the holy spirit in our life produces a mindset in humanity to where they they don't believe in god and not follow after the morals of god and thereby there's a lawlessness that occurs spiritual lawlessness. We've seen recently. A lot of physical lawlessness legal lawlessness. If you will and But the holy spirit also inspired in the book of acts where on the day of pentecost when the holy spirit came and he moved in any birth the church and then they questioned the people around the heard him speaking tongues. They saw the tong tongues of fire on the people's heads it all that was going. They were praising god they were magnifying. God in people that were watching questioned that and so the first great sherman there where peter said that this is that that joel prophesy and he said in the last day jobs i will pour out of my spirit. So if the bible at the new testament says in the last days there will be lawlessness. It also says in the last days. I will pour out of my spirit. I'm saying that the antidote that you're for the lawlessness is the outpouring of the holy spirit
Biden Doubles Down on Afghanistan Decision
"Mike pompeo on this show in front and said it's pointless argue counterfactual because we don't know what happened with a counterfactual. What happened is a disaster in the president yesterday on sunday arguing that there was no alternative. This was going to happen. No matter what plan we had is not persuasive. Except i don't even think. Five percent of the american people believe it had to be this way claim number two from friday jake. Let's play cut number forty one. The military has secured the airport as you mentioned. But will you sign off on sending us troops into kabul to evacuate americans who haven't been able to get to the airport safely. We have no indication that they haven't been able to get in couple through the airport. We've made an agreement with with the taliban this far. Jake sherman true or false false. I mean false. Because not because i'm in kabul i'm not but because We have reporters on the ground. Who have had trouble getting to the airport. Not punishable news but cnn cbs. Spot and bc. I mean we know that people are having trouble getting to the airport so let me play one more claim from friday. Then want to ask you about congressional offices because they are some unsung heroes out. There both republican and democrat third claim by president biden on friday. What interests do we have in afghanistan. At this point with al qaeda gone we went to afghanistan for the express. Purpose of getting rid of al qaeda in afghanistan as well as as well as getting no sama been lot jake sherman. We know bin laden is dead. We don't know where zawahiri is. What was the reaction around town to. The president's claim that al qaeda was gone. Well i think other people in his administration have indicated the opposite that al-qaeda indeed is a resurfacing in afghanistan and mike resurface in afghanistan. And furthermore what. A lot of people have said to me is what we went into other countries with express purposes that had been solved and stays in those countries for years and in many cases were still in those countries to keep the peace to advance foreign policy initiatives so You know. I think that is the general reaction that i think it was. Maybe the most disastrous five questions of presidents ever been out for
Vaccine Mandate for Indoor Services Begins in San Francisco
"In the country to require proof of full vaccination against coronavirus for people who died inside restaurants. Pizza Picnic is managing partner for water bar and epic steak restaurants in the Bay Area with the guests. And the public. We know there's going to be a little bit of, uh, angst and push back. Because people have varying attitudes and opinions. Restaurant customer rushed Sherman, it says San Francisco's new vaccination rules go over well with him. I think it's terrific, actually. Absolutely in favor of it. Okay? My wife is a physician. So she sees a lot of covid. She sees the spiking going on. Vaccinations are also required for those who work out in gyms or attend indoor concerts. More of these stories that town
How Did Biden Fumble Afghanistan?
"Morning glory america bones or high candidate. You hear at joined by jake. Sherman of punchbowl news on the most shameful day. I've been broadcasting in thirty years. Not the most shocking gay. That was nine eleven. This is the most shameful day for america that have been on the air in thirty years. Good morning jake how are you. How are you good. I wanna play for you. A number of reaction. Get your reaction your political reporter. I don't expect national security commentary from you. But i'd love your political commentary on various things that are said here is former secretary. Mike's state. Mike pompeo on with fox news with chris wallace yesterday cut number ten. He should be less focused on trying to a blame. It on someone else solving the problem of making sure that we protect and defend american security. Chris it's worth noting. This did not happen on our watch. We reduced our forces significantly. The taliban didn't advance on capitals all across afghanistan. So it's just a fact that this is happening under the bite administrations leadership now. Almost a quarter of a way into his first term. This is this is not the way leaders lead by pointing backwards. We had a bad deal. We inherited the jcp away. We got out of it. We secured america from the risk from iran. We inherited a horrible deal in syria. Where isis controlled real estate. This is of great britain. We crush them. Every president confronts challenges. This president confronted a challenging afghanistan. He is utterly failed to protect the american people from this challenge. Jake sherman. what do you think i mean. He's right right. I mean every president does a set of circumstances that are beyond its control And has to deal with them and i think that's there's no doubt about that. I mean listen the the the larger Question to me here. And this is going to be overarching. You is how did this happen. How how was. The united states is intelligent so flawed it's twins so app and it was exc- and even even so was executed so poorly.
Chinese Officials Blame U.S. for Stalemate in High-Level Talks
"Let's turn now to our panel and let's look first at the relationship between china and the united states who are still figuring out how to talk to each other again following the chest beating and or chest probing the trump years possibly to beijing disappointment while. Us president has been a lot less noisy. Where china is concerned. He has not been a great deal more friendly. Nevertheless high ish level talks between the two superpowers have begun in tianjin. China's vice foreign minister asia fong is hosting deputy. Us secretary of state. Wendy sherman a isabel first of all Vice foreign minister has said that relations between the two superpowers are at a stalemate. Is she right. Certainly not wrong I mean if you look at the list of of things that each is demanding of the other they made no progress whatsoever so the chinese would like for example like the tariffs lifted which quite a lot of people think is a good idea They would like the americans to stop trying to extradite the c c o of of They would like the sanctions against chinese officials over hong kong and xinjiang lifted. None of that is going to happen. Meanwhile the americans would like the two men who are being held essentially hostage for the hallway case to be released and they would like a whole series of concessions that the chinese and not going to grant and both sites are held in a trap of rising nationalism at home so that if the chinese were to back off any of the very assertive moves that they've made over the last two months there would be a. How outrage from nationalist citizens and if the americans were to back off the bye administration was to back off the republicans would shred them in congress. So i don't see it really warming up I think the best they can do is keep talking to each other rather than not
China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings
"Fresh sanctions on a handful of US individuals. It's retaliation for sanctions the bite and administration imposed on Chinese officials last week. Over Beijing's crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. Its latest attack comes just days before a visit to China by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and US China ties are already tense, though, as NPR's John Ruit reports there is no sign China's sanctions will derail the visit. Sanctions are the first imposed by China under a new law passed in June, which facilitates retaliation for foreign sanctions. Among those it hits a former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, and the China director at Human Rights Watch Sophie Richardson. For years, Beijing's responded to US sanctions and tariffs with tit for tat measures in Beijing's calculation, it had to respond to the US Bonnie Lynn, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says doing so before Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's trip makes sense would disappear better if it happened a couple days after Deputy Secretary Sherman's trip that she says might risk being interpreted as a signal that the meeting didn't go well. And Sherman will be the most senior U. S official to travel to China since President Biden took office. Relations are at their worst in decades. But there's speculation that the trip could start to lay the groundwork for a meeting sometime this year between Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. There is a desire to be able to showcase that the two world leaders can work together and part of that is being able to meet and discuss issues they agree on as well as those where they have differences, and I really hope As we see more of these incidents is on either side that they won't derail progress towards the usual meeting because both sides, she says, have significant incentives for Biden and she to meet sooner rather than later. John Ruijin
US and South Korea Say They'll Push North to Return to Nuke Talks
"Top US and south Korean officials have agreed to try to convince North Korea to return to talks on its nuclear program which Pyongyang has insisted it won't do in protest of what it calls U. S. hostility he was deputy secretary of state when the Sherman was in Seoul as part of a regional tour that will take it to China this weekend should be the highest ranking US official to visit China since president Joe Biden took office in January she has about south Korean for Mr Chong Yang for talks on North Korea the military alliance between Seoul and Washington and other regional issues transmissible the two decided to continue close consultations to get North Korea to return to talks I'm in Syria Shockley
No. 2 US Diplomat Sherman to Visit China as Tensions Soar
"The blighted administration's number two diplomat will head to China this weekend as tensions between Washington and Beijing swore a relationship that was already badly strained has gotten worse the past two weeks as the US accuse China of a massive hack AM indicted for Chinese nationals there were also sharp differences over Taiwan Tibet Hong Kong and the South China Sea with all that as the backdrop deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman will visit China and meet with Beijing's top diplomat should be the highest ranking US official to go there since president Biden took office the state department say Sherman will also discuss the mutual interests like resuming North Korea nuclear talks Sager mag ani Washington
Talks on North Korea Nuclear Make Progress; Difficulties Remain
"Trilateral talks have made progress on the North Korea issue but tensions remain the US Japan and South Korea have reaffirmed their commitment to work together on north Korea's denuclearize shin and other regional threats but little progress was made in bringing closer together the two U. S. allies deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman has reaffirmed that there were lines remains a linchpin of peace security and prosperity in the region a key area is that the US and Japan or what about China's claims to contested areas in the south and east China seas the south Koreans stayed away from the China issue at a joint news conference while stressing the importance of maintaining dialogue with North Korea I'm Charles Taylor this month
Judge Orders Richard Sherman to Be Released From Jail Without Bail
"Sherman's arrest. This is a total downer right? It's depressing on every level. Just to catch you guys up on the latest things are settling down a little bit in terms of a judge did order that he could be released from jail without bail Thursday. Um, King County District Court Judge Far it's difficult Pacific Islander named Pronounce your Farm Mommy. Mommy must tonight part of me for pronouncing that incorrectly found probable cause that he did commit for offense for offenses. The prosecutors did not ask the judge for a finding on a felony residential burglary allegation porches initially but they have not yet filed Chargers. The charging decision is expected today. His next hearing is set for two o'clock Pacific today. He does not have to be present. One thing that did happen is that his wife made a statement yesterday. Quote I love and support my husband. I am committed to helping Richard get the support and care that he needs. Richard has always been a loving father and husband. We are looking forward to seeing at home, this family. Unfortunately, the video of his door incident went public, and it's all very unseemly and said John Lynch of the 40 Niners told Matt Miyoko that he reached out to the Sherman family to be a resource help. Anyway. Here's Ian Rapoport of
NFL's Richard Sherman Jailed on Domestic Violence Allegation
"NFL defensive back Richard Sherman has been arrested after authorities said he tried to force his way into a family members home in suburban Seattle and fought with officers online records say Sherman was booked early Wednesday on suspicion of so called burglary domestic violence authorities say they also are investigating allegations that Sherman crashed a vehicle on a highway and ran away Sherman played seven seasons with the Seahawks and three more with the forty Niners before becoming a free agent this year the NFL says it investigates any incident involving law enforcement I'm Dave Ferrie
High Stakes: What's Next for U.S. Policy on Iran?
"Have european israeli. And american policymakers learned anything since signing the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action otherwise known as the iran. Nuclear agreement seffi sat down earlier this week with ajc jerusalem director vitale liebich ajc transatlantic institute director. Daniel schulman paul and ajc chief policy and political affairs officer. Jason isaacson to analyze. What the next few months could bring during a special live recording. Here's a portion of that conversation. We have a critical topic today and a lot of ground to cover with our agency experts. So let's jump right in jason. I'm turning to you to set the table for us please. In two thousand fifteen after a long process. Ajc ultimately decided to come out against the joint comprehensive plan of action iran deal or the jcp la in two thousand eighteen when president trump pulled the us out of the nuclear deal. We expressed our disappointment there as well. Can you start off by pulling back. The curtain a bit on a what went into our initial two thousand fifteen opposition and be. Why we didn't believe withdrawing from the deal was the right move. Either i keep your question Very much looking forward to our conversation today. We were very concerned about the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action for a number of reasons. Spur session say we. We spent some time examining by closely with then secretary of state. John kerry with the tooth negotiator. That's when sherman whom came to jaycees officers in new york. You discussed this with our board. Our feeling was that the deal fell short of what had been expected what had been promised by the administration it did not cover a range of other threats to your on those. In addition to in their program on the coromandel then stop near on song alternately. Being able to develop nuclear weapons capability yet slowed the process down. Absolutely it removed. Uranium enriched uranium that iran had stockpiled force them to make certain adjustments to their centrifuges that they'd had but down the road and not very far down the road in ten years or fifteen years or on mobile to climb right back into that program quite
"sherman" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Really big film where live effects were done throughout the whole movie at the pitch this idea. Sherman reason with them that the first film was set in suburbia. The second was in mostly in a rural location and so the third really should be different than those it should be. More of an urban setting sherman grew up in a high rise chicago apartment building. That seemed very much like a contained city. Like you would find. In the john hancock center and he could draw from his own childhood experiences and some of the trouble he get into while he was living in the building confines. Now story challenge that he did have in his pitch. Was that the haunting films. Did tie into dead bodies buried in the ground so this new building was very different. It's in a different city thousands of miles away. You know. maybe that wouldn't work but he did think of a loophole. After observing that modern buildings were full of mirrored surfaces. he thought of lewis carroll's through the looking glass mairs served as portals to another dimension. The other side as depicted in the first two poltergeist movies could be traversed by the spirit realm potentially if the forces were powerful enough to make this happen now the only non budgetary story requirement from. Mgm was that it should center on the character of carol. Anne so sherman secured. Brian taggart. Who had helped him do a rewrite on wanted or live than the had really good rapport he brought into co script. The original film had the catch raise their here and the second. They're back so their initial title was going to be. We're back poltergeist. Three that later evolved to we're back. Poltergeists continues and then poltergeist three colon. We're back marketing. Really determined that as we're back didn't quite connect with audiences so eventually later in the process. The title change to pull the guys three colon the final chapter before they eventually settled simply poltergeists three the end. The story carolyn would be staying some time with her biological aunt patricia. Her new husband. Bruce gardner and bruce's teenage daughter donna. The gardeners live in this newly built multi-purpose chicago high rise where bruce also serves as the superintendent carolyn. Meanwhile is enrolled in this school for gifted but troubled kids. The schools skeptical therapist. Dr seton thinks caroline is hypnotize ing other people into believing in her delusions. That's why other people have experienced them seton forces carolina's speak about her experiences bringing to light her involvement with the dreaded reverend kane who it turns out begins contacting her again and he's drawing power from this new building eventually using that power to cross dimensions through its many mirrors meanwhile psychic ten gene barons telepathically senses caroline's danger. She returns to save the child from being stolen to the other side. By kane once again prior to making sherman had worked as an associate professor for animation and optical facts at the illinois institute of technology he also worked part time at a chicago optical effects house so he would tap into his broad knowledge to concoct clever allusions. Here it was going to be one big magic trick throughout the whole movie. Duplicate sets different types of mirror's optical flats of various densities that allowed various amounts of pass through light as well as reflection images would be added to mirrored surfaces using beam. Splitting technology are commonly found. In the printers extensive instructions really elaborate storyboarding involving maps floorplans shortlists smoke effects lighting structure those raw meticulously designed before they even start filming as the scenes. Were set up. The actress could use that time to spend hours rehearsing their timing their movements that were required to make this magic trick happen. Body doubles would also be employed for some of those illusions with reverse makeup and hairstyles wardrobe from their acting. My counterparts for the role of aunt. Patricia nancy allen. Her agent suggested that she take up the role after she was doing this film in rome that had its financing collapse. She didn't really like the second poltergeist film so her first impulse was to turn it down. But he encouraged her to read the script and she did and she liked that the character that she would be portraying was different than she had been typically offered throughout her career up to that point. She was a sophisticated and glamorous career woman and she found the story otherwise intriguing enough to potentially restore the luster of the poltergeist franchise. Nancy allen was chosen over the runner up season. Hughley who started insurance nineteen eighty-two thriller called vice squad and that was primarily because sherman felt that nancy allen was much more believable as being jo beth williams sister by the way williams did give nancy allen some advice. She told her she should stay in shape because the physical demands of poltergeist movie were unlike anything she had ever experienced. Allen did find that physicality very nerve wracking especially the fact that she had to be wet throughout most of that but o'rourke and her professionalism did have a calming effect on the other actors. Meanwhile tom skerritt took the other starring role. The uncle part because he did like the script it reminded him somewhat of alien when he read it. Any respect sherman as a filmmaker. He wasn't particularly a fan though once. He got onset of the persistent waiting for these effects to be set up the movie set was it was very isolated and it didn't allow him. Unlike other movie sets to walk off and have fun elsewhere to week things out like he did when he was making alien. The scared found the shoot physically challenging. He dubbed the daily feats he would have to perform the poltergeist olympics. Things weren't always smooth on the set scare did make a few jokes co star. Alan did find offensive in that resulted in some unintended friction between them. Allen says it's actually the only instance of personal strife that she'd ever had with fellow actor in her career poltergeist three also marks seventeen year old. Larry flynn boyle's first film role. Sherman had caster his pilot for his intended series called. Sable thought that she would work very well for the teenager in this film for the psychiatrist. The envisioned kind of dirk. Bogarde or louis hayworth type. They ended up filling the role with the chicago. Based actor and playwright called richard fire. Who was a longtime acquaintance of sherman's. Mgm did managed to rent portions of the john hancock center for about a week. It was difficult because the rest of the building was open to the public. So they have to share resources on occasion the film dope fictitiously renames the john hancock center into the george wellington streeter center that is in honor of this shady eccentric entrepreneur who became beloved historical figure in real life. Also renamed was donald highschool. It was called the francis w parker school but it got renamed the edward leading school. The film's production manager. Who often found a way to put his name somewhere in two films. He worked on shooting in the john. Hancock center went relatively smooth. But the window washing rig one hundred stories up that was kind of unnerving with chicago winds. Eventually they did need more time and more space than was available so they had to recreate selected corridors and rooms complete with furnishings at that nearby warehouse within this chicago factory complex that became their makeshift studio. Now doing the film entirely in chicago. They did lack some of the luxuries of hollywood resources. Astro which was chicago's largest motion. Picture lab was used process and display the dailies now sherman viewed them. He loved the cleaner aesthetic of knowing that his film was not going to go through the extensive post production process that typically degrades the image and the clarity and resolution of modern visual effects dominant films and although intended to be economical sherman's insistent on live effects techniques. Did save them very little money. It turns out in the end despite all of the meticulous preparation that he did. Mishaps did tend to abound during the production including four sherman. Who broke his foot while he was doing this dolly tracking shot. That went awry. He was saddled in a wheelchair for about a week. He was unable to move around the set a lot of cables around without having be carried by others and then after that he was in crutches hobbling around for weeks after that and meanwhile his foot would throb from the liquid nitrogen used for fog effects throughout a lot of this film other mishaps included the weather specifically for the scheduled exterior work. There were sequences that needed to be done. A top high-rise plagued by fog and required hours of waiting for that to dissipate and once it did was to sonny. Oftentimes to match the gloomy. Look that they needed to match other shots and that resulted in additional postponements the schedule for the film. Also jumbled when zelda. Rubinstein suddenly became unavailable for about a week after her. Mother's passing ruben science departure. They were forced to move up. Carol anne and reverend keen sequences up in the schedule in that required a real rush job for the makeup consultant dick smith and his proteges that he'd worked with on nineteen eighty. Three's hunger john cog leone and doug drexler and since the had decided to go with kane for the third film julian beck died after finishing his scenes for poltergeist too so the role of king required recasting after meeting with a number of actors. Dick smith determined that chicago actor. Nate davis who incidentally the father of director andrew davis of the fugitive fame. He had a similar facial structure to backs and with some prosthetic skin inherent teeth. He probably could pass very well as kane except his voice. David would in postproduction be dubbed by credited voice actor corey burton burton had replaced. Beck's voice somewhat in eighty are as needed for poltergeist to burton to get into the role. He had to smoke cigarettes before recording to give his voice the raspy nature required. Sherman did also write in occasions that required carol and to appear as kane in her facial features. Dick smith felt that babyfaced o'rourke looking evil. That was going to come off more silly than scary especially because she had very full cheeks at that time and it didn't lend well to putting on prosthetic applications. So sherman agreed to higher body doubles for some of the more elaborate make-up's additional mishaps include a major one scene in an underground parking garage that proved to be probably the worst day of the principal. Shoot the cast and crew already hated the claustrophobic conditions. Enough fans were kicking up swirling dust and smoke all over the place. It was hard to breathe. It was hard to stand around and visibility for the central through all of this poly steering. That was coded. All the cars to simulate frost. It was nearly nonexistent for them. And the worst day came when those cars where they're supposed to catch fire in the underground parking garage but an unexpected expense occurred in heaps of smoke and that fire caused about two hundred fifty thousand dollars in structural damage in the blast also injured meetings worker and two firefighters there and all one hundred fifty members of the crew and the cast had to be evacuated so costly on top of that quarter million dollars in structural damage as well. Meanwhile all of unforeseen events occurring did cause them to fall behind in time and expenses so dialogue scenes had to be hastily revised by himself co writer. Taggert services were unavailable during the shooed. Sometimes when sherman had no dialogue for the actors he just had them shout care. Land caroline overuse of her name so absurd. There are now very popular youtube videos containing the hundred and twenty one. Instances of some shouting out carol land. In addition some scenes were abridged and others just never filmed manly character moments involving the family. That referenced the prior films in addition ambitious action sequences especially including one involving bruce battling us japanese statue from art gallery that eventually reveals itself as kane. Those ambitious sequences had to be either replaced with something simpler or just removed altogether. The worst sacrifice though for sherman was that he had intended it very lengthy and much more elaborate ending for this film. That would spotlight carolyn. And gene giving them really good character moments that would culminate in them switching bodies using this very very tricky makeup illusion where they would tear off their faces whether traversing the mirror dimension with caroline morphing into ten gina vice versa. All very very elaborate. Mgm though by this point has just too costly for the remaining budget and the order chairman to devise a much more scaled back ending for the film sherman's new ending that he concocted involve patricia. Finding your family in case the ice and kane nearly victorious and then ten gina has some emotional moments with the tearful caroline before ultimately sacrificing yourself escorting kane into the light restoring the family in the end sherman loath having to do this new ending but he was hopeful that mgm would eventually once they see the film agree that it needed something more and allow him to proceed with the ending that the intended perhaps in reshoots indeed once poltergeist three did wrap test audiences reacted pretty poorly to the early cut. Especially this ending where they found the effects work was unconvincing and scares nearly non existent. An in particularly the acting aurora in rubinstein was deemed not really strong enough to carry the emotional weight that was required during those scenes despite attempts to try to edit around the weaknesses there. Rubinstein would eventually receive still her second razzie nomination for worst supporting actress as tan gina. Mgm still wanted to do some additional work to try to fix the endings issues and especially make it scarier but that would have to wait at least for a while because sherman did have a commitment to nbc to continue his sable series. After sherman's hiatus preparation did begin for those recruits. And that's when the bottom completely dropped out of this picture on february first. Nineteen hundred eight. Heather o'rourke tragically died. Heather had been rushed to the hospital after complaining of abdominal pain and she died on the operating table during surgery. The official cause of her death was cardiac and pulmonary arrest from the septic. Shock caused by congenital stenosis of the intestine essentially a severe blockage of this abnormally narrow portion of her bowel stat. Sheet apparently had since birth but went undiagnosed through her life. Many voiced concerned afterwards that this was not caught sooner because rourke had been taken to the hospital for illness on several occasions shortly before the shoot and also had failed. The cast physical. Meanwhile physicians at various times had diagnosed her malady as initially flu or an insect bite reaction or a parasite infestation from untreated well-water. And eventually early stage crohn's disease where the physician prescribed cortisone treatments that caused the swollen cheeks and neck that you see evidenced in this film afterward. Aurora's mother did file a wrongful death lawsuit against the hospital which was settled in arbitration for an undisclosed sum. Most of o'rourke pallbearers were professionals that she worked with the included. Henry winkler the fonz from happy days. Heather had worked for season toward the end of the run of that show. Headers manager mike. Meyer her agent and family friend. David wardlow as well as poltergeist. Threes director cary sherman and the producer. Barry bernardi sherman called the day of over funeral. The worst day of his life he had come to know and become very close to heather during her time there in fact he said he wanted to adopt her now. This was all following of course as we talked about on previous episodes. Dominick dunne's murder after the release of the first film julian terminal cancer after the rap of production in the second film and so aerobics was the third death of a prominent actor. Connected to the release of poltergeist film. Or the fourth. If you count pull the guys. Tease will sampson. Who passed away during this heart lung transplant. While we were shooting poltergeist. Three unsurprisingly though rumors quickly spread of a crisp franchise. And that's something that often gets discussed when discussing poltergeist franchise. Today it was cursed according to people who fancy such things because they had used real skeletons during the making of the first two films although that was a common practice for many of the films. That didn't have this supposed curse so it could be just a coincidence. Now getting back to the film at hand sherman could not now filmed the ending that he wanted because of aerobics absence and he had dismal scores from test audiences for what existed so sherman and latte and cantered pondered. Maybe they should shelve the film indefinitely. Alan ladd junior love children. He didn't even want to think about trying to market a film with a dead twelve-year-old in it and sherman in particular could not stomach thinking of having to look at footage of heather while in the cutting room trying to tinker with the various revisions. Mgm wanted however mgm was in dire financial straits its board of directors felt the invested. Just too much money to see this film. Get put on the shelf. For a franchise that was meant to draw in money. They insisted that the film should be completed on time with a new ending. That did not show lifeless over work and if they had to you they were going to proceed with or without schuermann hated the thought of returning. But he hated more. The thought of somebody else butchering his film. So he reluctantly agreed to continue with the re-shoot during this working with the existing footage of rourke and trying to finagle a better ending was deemed impossible by sherman as well as obviously being demoralizing his sorrow at heather's passing turnt eventually to hatred of this situation and then eventually apathy for the fate of his film after adding more intense moments with cane. He just slapped together. A quick pickup shot using a body double for aurora. That didn't show her face and that would be an ironic twist for the film. Heather o'rourke literally being replaced by a look like after passing to the side. Just like i guess happens for her character in the movie and during this process scott. Donna's love interest in the movie played by kip wentz. He remains on the other side at the end of the film because they neglected to even ask whence to return to film his seen as much as he wanted to. Put it behind him. However sherman's nuku did fall significantly short of the required length for delivery of this new film so rather than have to do additional reshoots on top of this. Sherman decided to get around all of that by slowing the speed of the opening credits as well as the end credits in cobbling together enough material using outtakes and previously discarded segments of the film to pat out the remaining. Run time now. Sherman knew that this was really throwing off the pacing of the movie. It was going to leave holes in the story but by this point he just wanted to put all of this behind him. He just didn't care frankly anymore about what happened to the movie. Unsurprisingly test screening reactions were negative overall and they movie just terrible so rather than spend any more money trying to fix something that was likely to be at this point permanently broken. Mgm decided to just dump what they had into theaters and recoup whatever they could meanwhile mdm's marketing department. They encountered their own dilemmas with aerobics passing. They perform test screens to try to gauge the audience's reaction to seeing the deceased young star on the screen as well as what they thought of dedication to her during the film's closing credits. But what they really struggled with was how to sell this film without seeming exploitative or offending potential audiences because of heather's death. They removed a shot of heather from the first trailer performing the line. Guess who's back in town. The also held back the film's stars from doing interviews to promote the film because they wanted to avoid these morose questions. That would dwell an aerobics. Death or any notions of this curse on the franchise. Tom skerritt did think that the studio hiding o'rourke was really exacerbating. Ready awkward situation because he felt the film is it dedicated to her memory. And she's wonderful in it that her work should be celebrated instead of hidden although over the years. Gary sherman has become proud of a lot of the techniques that he did manage to pull off. Given the circumstances he does proclaim poltergeist. Three as a major disappointment in his career and for a variety of reasons. The least favorite of his films. He does say that if you had the chance he could probably go back and make a good film out of what he was trying to do. But that ship has sailed unfortunately. And so what we're left with is a broken film for most people bulte guys three received on its release little fanfare debuted at number five before falling out of the top ten in the. Us earned a very lowly. Fourteen million dollars domestically. Unfortunately the century would be much more known. Much more publicized for aerobics. Passing interest in continuing the franchise beyond her waned deservedly. So there were a lot of problems with this endeavor that should have broken just about any franchise because it put most of its scares into. Strobe lighting effects. Fog machines literally smoke and mirrors to try to drum up frights. It's a lot less terrifying than your neighborhood. Mock haunted house on halloween original nine hundred. Eighty two toby hooper and steven spielberg film. You know that was an a-list production all of the way. The second was a significant step down..
"sherman" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"We went horses. You know if. I have a problem with the horse. I'm just going to get to more and then when jamie stay. She's lying. she gets ten more. It's not just love with dogs. How long from the time you started running with him. And i want people to read the books. I don't wanna give away too much guy How long from the time. He started running with them to you did the race in colorado. It was a little under a year. Okay which was actually astonishingly fast amount of time when we first got sherman. Tania's i thought was it's a coin. Toss whether we actually put him down now. He was so bad if he couldn't walk properly again. Then he was such a high risk of colic that she wasn't sure whether the more merciful thing wouldn't be to put him down but we were able to trim his host. And then again. The breakthrough was we have this rocket. Go ahead with this rocket named lawrence. He's one of these. Like troubled shovel kids that as flashes of brilliance. But most of the times is breaking your windows. And wrecking your car. That's long ago. The lawrence had that flash of brilliance on that first night with sherman he immediately glued himself to sherman side and wouldn't leave him. I choked up about discovery time. I talked about it i. He became chairman instant companion. And that brought sherman back because lawrence is super affectionate and loyal. But he's also hungry so when the when the hey came out in the morning lawrence is off to get food. Sherman took his first steps after his hose of intrinsic to try to follow lawrence. And that's what we realized. Okay he's gonna be mobile he can move. And then we use lawrence kind of training. Buddy we take lawrence for a walk. And in sherman way follow and once that started to happen with okay..
"sherman" Discussed on Into America
"The ladies in underground makers market the beauty salon like they like came down to the kitchen. They start taking on my inventory. Upstairs landed out. Help me pack everything. They like listen. We're going to get this stuff pack in the dark. If we got sue you not by yourself. I mean everybody was coming through. And i got up to lambo and i couldn't have done it if my community didn't have my bet and that during kovin. Yes yes that was just like two months ago. Wow you know. One thing that i that i think is kind of Amazing is that you know hinson name. Sherman phoenix the literally. Grew from the ashes right. This building literally torn down community comes together To rebuild it right and build it with the village in mind. But i wonder after the killing of george floyd and we had brianna taylor and ahmad arbery and the push to support black businesses and by black and i wonder if you saw another wave of support around joe in that time for us i did i did. I saw a influx of of support that came in from our non black support system. And i think that many of them were trying to send a message at this is their way of showing that they are for us and not against us and i appreciate that and just to be extremely transparent I feel like it goes far beyond this. Though is much as supporting. The black business is great I hope that it's not just a temporary thing. I ask joanne non about this too. What do you make of that kind of corporate goodwill in the by black movement and is it lasting. Think i think that has to be. I think that our value propositions have changed and my hope is that it's a permanent change that we understand one the need and opportunity and how significant is to support black business. I don't think that we had that lens previously. And so i think that my hope is that the term that you use we say black but that it actually is a movement and that we're thinking about this corporate responsibility lynn's that has been made brand new is one that sustainable because we're paying into the system corporations don't just exist without you know the benefit of our participation. So they're giving us back. Our dollars puts it in loving terms. I'd say we're taking hours where we're old. We worked too long for long for free. Yeah and it's time that we draw a line in the sand where we're not working for free anymore. Joanne told me that. Just about all of the shurmur. Phoenix's businesses have made it through the economic challenges of this year. None of the businesses except for actually our coffee shop Shut down so you had to actually shut down your coffee shop. The only sherman can business. That had the close with shindig coffee. A cafe owned by joanna manashian with other businesses need. They decided to shift their business to online. Only and focus on helping the rest of the phoenix. Stay strong and this is not like a bootstrapping thing. What what is it. Look like to really buy into each other. Our building was financed in large part by our neighbors who decided to become investor owner. So what does it look like to invest in others. We're bankable if we know we are the bank the bank of us. So i think it's really rethinking our power in community. So it's really you know the emergency. Sba grants wonderful significant opportunity. The the loans. It came down the pipeline significant. How do we begin to think about going back to this. Collective opportunity cooperative economics. How do we fund each other's dreams. What does that look like. My last question is if you have any advice for any brothers doses out there who are trying to make their way and business in this moment especially and given all the knocks it that folks have taken. Do you have any good advice for them. You don't go it alone. A dj has that advice. And despite everything that's going on the.
"sherman" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"It's summer eighteen, sixty four. Newly appointed commander of the US military division of the Mississippi General, William Tecumseh, Sherman or comp as he's better known as friends is advancing with three armies towards Atlanta. But the sharp Jhad Trim bearded ohioan isn't just thinking about the fight ahead here in the peach, state. He's thinking of his six kids. The young folks as he calls them including his recently deceased favorite child Willie. Like many of come soldiers, his terrific faced venture som nine year old fell victim to fever and dysentery. And yet the far from religious general and his devout Catholic wife. Ellen. Will soon welcome another child into their lives. There's no replacing willy. But this father of four girls hopes for a boy that may prove some kind of bomb to the Willie. Shaped hole in his in his wife's hearts. All he knows of the child is through the oft delayed letters telegrams that are a part of nineteenth century life. Headquarters military, division of Mississippi in the field. Big Shanty Georgia June. Twelfth Eighteen, sixty four. Dearest Allen? I have received fills dispatch announcing the birth to us of another son. I'm glad you're over the terrible labor and hope it is the last you'll have to endure. Of course, I am pleased to know the sex of the child as he must succeed the place vacant by Willie though I fear, we will never again be able to lavish on anyone the love we bore for him. Whatever name you give this child will be acceptable to me. Charles is a common family name would do but I will suggest none that you may name him as you choose only that it'd be simple and common. Yours W T sherman. Lancaster Ohio July seventh eighteen, sixty four. Dearest COMP. For the first time since I went to bed the night of the tenth of June I am able to sit up and hold my pen hyphen sick all that day about one o'clock I set for the doctor and at twenty minutes past to the baby was born with a cry loud enough to disturb the neighborhood like Tommy he was born with a call over a space which the doctor had to remove before his cry came forth I must thank God I am spare to my children and not Murmur at the trials he sends me as ever. Headquarters Military Division Mississippi in the field near Chattahoochee July ninth eighteen, sixty four. Dearest Allen. is now more than two months since I left Chattanooga and I think during all this time I have but one letter from you. I fear you have been more ill than I supposed the enemy and the chattahoochee lie between us and intense heat prevails but I think I shall succeed. At all events you know I never turn back. Give. My Love Your father and all the young folks. Yours ever. W T Sherman. Lancaster Ohio July sixteenth eighteen, sixty, four dearest COMP. I have been ill indeed in great danger of death and left week Charlie thrives grows and batons and is very strong and healthy. The children dote on him, particularly Tommy and Lizzy. Tommy asked me how long babies wore long dresses and when I told him six or eight months, he begged me to put pantaloons on Charlie. He walks with him in his arms and watches him plays with him and seems twenty times a day. He's so glad the baby has not a girl i. told you how very strongly resembles you inform face and shape of head the likenesses striking and I am delighted to see it. All there well, and send love to dear, Papa Ever Your Affectionate Ellen. Lancaster Ohio September seventeenth eighteen, sixty, four, Saturday morning. Dearest COMP. The baby has a very bad cold settled on his lungs. May willies pure spirit? Be Your Guide to his happy home? Heaven. Is the hourly prayer of your. Truly affectionate. Ellen. Cincinnati Ohio September twenty, second eighteen, sixty four it seems as if I were never have another letter from you dearest comp. Cincinnati Ohio, September twenty fifth eighteen, sixty, four Sunday evening. Dearest COMP, the baby, a very bad cough and I feel so uneasy. Lancaster. Ohio. November eighth eighteen sixty four. Dearest comp dear willies. Picture has just been brought and now stands framed in my room. We need this to keep him fresh in the minds and the hearts of all the children for all must love and no and talk of their holy brother. Until by God's grace, we join him in his heavenly home. The baby has such a severe cold which is taken such firm hold on his lungs that I greatly fear. He will never get over it but that it will end in consumption every year truly affectionate ellen. Obituary Charles. Celestino Sherman The New York Times December twenty fifth Christmas Day eighteen, sixty four. died at South Bend Indiana on Sunday December fourth eighteen, sixty, four of pneumonia Charles. Soliciting infant son of major, general, W T and Ellen e Sherman aged five months and twenty three days. It will be remembered by readers that Mrs Sherman left her former home at Lancaster, Ohio, and took up her residence at South Bend Indiana for the purpose of being near her children who are being educated at the Catholic institutions near that place. The remains of the Bay were convey to Saint Mary's Academy where they were received by procession of lovely children of the holy angels. The beautiful head of the child was crowned of flowers which flowed like wavelengths of light almost to the feet. and his mother with touching propriety placed a palm branch in the alabaster hand of the little one. The Right Reverend Bishop of Fort Wayne delivered inappropriate sermon upon infant baptism. The music of the choir accompanied by the grand you Oregon just erected in the church was indescribably touching and beautiful. South Bend Indiana December twenty ninth eighteen, sixty four. Dearest comp long before this you have seen in the papers, the notice of the deer baby's death God grant that his prayers and Willie's May ensure my perseverance and obtained for you the gift, of faith. Ellen e Sherman. Saint Mary's Academy December thirtieth eighteen sixty four. After writing you a brief letter yesterday trump I came back here to the academy. The wound was severe in his keenly tender yet God grant. It may be healed above my blast my holy little ones pray for us ever until we join you in the bright home above when we shall see the face of God and learn to love him as he deserves, our hearts can never rest on earthly joys again after witnessing willies agony and that compared with darling babies was almost like. Ever. Faithfully Yours Allen. headquarters. Military Division of Mississippi in the Field Savannah January fifth, eighteen, sixty five. Dearest Allen I have written several times you the children. I got your letter of December twenty third and realize the d. pain in English through which you passed in the pain and sickness of the little baby I never saw. All spoke of him. So bright and fair that I had hoped he would be spared to us to fill the great void in our hearts left by willing. But it is otherwise decreed. And we must submit. I've seen death in such quantity.
"sherman" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Had actually asked him not once but twice in the nineteen nineties to help him kill his white fleet. What what everyone following the news said to especially the Sherman family but Kerry insisted Berry had hired him to organize honeys debt which he says he did by the way but bury ended up getting cold feet at the last minute and they called off the whole thing like I don't know why he's telling anyone this out loud. It seems absurd to me. But he said like he was willing to go through with it and buries the one that ended up. Just like pulling the plug. Now there's this episode of CBS's the fifth estate called the mystery of the Sherman murders and in it. The host actually interviews carry winter about his relationship with Berry about those murder-for-hire allegations said you've taken place in. The nineties now tells the fifth estate the same story. He told the Daily Mail that Barry had asked him not once but twice to help him kill honey except the fifth estate brought in a polygraph. Expert and carry wintered agreed to answer the polygraph. Irs questions and you want to know what the outcome was. He had two failed. Bingo anytime Kerry was asked questions related to the murder for hire story. He'd been telling. The polygraph expert saw a huge spikes which told them that he was probably lying when they confronted him with the result. He said maybe he was miss remembering some of the facts and he was pretty up front about the fact that he has a long history of drug use and addiction and he said that this might have been why he was getting the details wrong. But just because this looks like it might be one dead. End doesn't mean that the case is dead because Kerry winter is just one of the people police think may have had enough to kill. Berry and honey. They were reasonably certain that whoever kill Ben had reasons that were both personal and financial and the other person that they were interested in was much closer to home. Hey crime junkies before we jump back into the story. I WANNA make sure you're listening to my new podcast. Original supernatural with Ashley Flowers. This is another chance each week for you to hear more mysteries told by me and not just the kind we talk about here on crime junkie but also the kind of mysteries where the facts. Don't be to a logical explanation and the truth lies somewhere in the unknown every Wednesday. I'm going to take a deep dive into the strange and surreal to explain. Some of the world's most bizarre unexplained mysteries of the universe like this week. I have this story. I cannot wrap my head around because there are these hikers in Russia. Who were all found dead after they return from their hike? And I know you're thinking like Oh cold-weather Russia hiking. I Bet I know what happened. You have no idea what happened because all the bodies were found in different places with different causes and debt. And there's this one thing that I just can't let go of one of the women was missing her. You know what we have already about to hear. Just make sure you go followed my new series supernatural with Ashley Flowers Free. On spotify or wherever you get your podcast so that you can hear about what she was missing and why none of the theories in this case makes sense. That's supernatural with Ashley Flowers. And if you liked the show it would mean so so so much to me. If you left me a five star review I worked non-stop debris you guys the best content and podcasting and you're five star review is what lets me know that you're into it so. I hope you enjoy the new show. That's supernatural with Ashley. Flowers besides carry winter. There is one other person with whom? Berry had sometimes tense relationship with and this was his son. Jonathan Berry had always been generous with his children. Jonathan along with his business partner had started several businesses over the years. I mean they have like the green storage company a real estate development operation that bought Bilton sold vacation homes around the lakes and Ontario and even an investment company. There's no way to know for sure how much his father had provided Jonathan capital but it wouldn't be outlandish to consider that it was in the hundreds of millions of dollars but Jonathan was very much aware that his parents were aging that his father at seventy five years old should be thinking about his retirement rather than working long hours and making big plans. Which is what. He was doing what he's always done. It was known among the family and close. Friends that buries will said this. Basically when he died his fortune went to honey. When honey died it would be shared evenly between their four kids. I couldn't get a good sense of how involved honey was with the investments and gifts berry made to their children the loans and capital that he was giving to Jonathan to get his company's off the ground but she knew enough to tell berry that she didn't agree with how much he was shelling out. And how often and I don't get the sense from my research that it was a source of major tension between them. Just that honey fell. They were educated kids who should be able to make their own way in the world and she wanted them to have that independence in his book. The billionaire murders Kevin Donovan shares taxed of emails back and forth between Berry and Jonathan. From two thousand fifteen two years before burying honeys debts now in these e mails. Jonathan was frustrated in particular about investments. His father was making to his friend. Frank Diangelo had multiple business ventures over the years and again we're talking not a couple thousand dollars. Striking hundreds of millions of dollars of investments and Franken. Berry were great friends but it seemed like Franks business sense was pretty questionable like nothing was really panning out berry lost a lot of money to Franks investments and it started to frustrate Jonathan and more than this. Jonathan wanted his father to start really thinking about a succession plan. Who WOULD TAKE OVER ATTACKS ONCE BERRY RETIRED? According to his close friends and business associates berry had no plans to step down anytime soon. In fact kind of the opposite he had aggressive plans to grow the company even further before he finally settled into his easy chair so anytime Jonathan brought it up berry was just kind of dismissive of the whole idea. And at one point in the years before burying honeys deaths. Jonathan's frustration led him to reach out to his three sisters to tell him that he worried. Their father was jeopardizing their inheritance by pouring investments into frank's benchers his other friend. Now he even went so far as to say they should consider removing their father. It's founder from his position as chairman of the company and of course it didn't take long to email to get back to berry who basically just like rolled. His eyes laughed it off saying Oh look there goes Jonathan again and trying to stage a coup and so although Jonathan was super frustrated I mean. This was kind of the norm fight like this between Jonathan and Berry would lead to a period of not speaking but then it would eventually blow over but now in you know looking at this in hindsight we have to wonder. Was this frustration and worry about his future inheritance enough to make Jonathan kill his parents. I mean we do this every week. We know that anything's possible. But I don't know what I think about either of these series like if we go back to the Kerry winter theory if motive was revenge. I don't know that honey would have been a target carry. Actually said in his interview for the for the state that he fantasized about killing Berry and he was way more open that he probably should have been but he said he fantasized about slicing his throat in the parking lot and honey was never a part of this at over him and he said he didn't like her much but she wasn't the target of his frustration and his anger. It was all berry right but I mean on the other hand if we're talking about Jonathan in order for Jonathan. His sister's declaim their share of the Sherman Fortune. Both of their parents had to be gone. Otherwise berries money went to honey and honey as we know was not so free flowing with the cash but there is another theory in the case one that has nothing to do with family or friends. Berry and honeys neighborhood in North York had been the target of a bunch of break INS in the year leading up to their debts and by bunch. I mean more than a hundred and fifty during that time perpetrators would break into the home and then Lee with millions of dollars worth of jewelry and other valuables in fact according to Joe Warrington writer for the Toronto Sun Berry and honey had in fact been victims themselves of these robberies or burglaries depending on whether or not someone was home. Someone had broken in through their skylight on the roof of their home and lowered themselves in an attempt to steal honeys jewelry. Now I wasn't able to find any information about this specific thing whether the perpetrators were caught or if they made away with anything but that prior BRECON was likely why police were poking around on the roof of their house right after the murders. Now none of the robberies in the neighborhood had ever ended in violence but it doesn't mean that they never could write like crimes escalate so the question is were Berry. Honey killed in a robbery. Gone Sideways is interesting to me. That you said the crime scene itself had almost no physical evidence because to me like that seems like it was done by someone who is good or may be practiced at being a criminal rather than someone who killed them in like a moment of rage yet. I mean that's an interesting point. The police have never entirely spelled out what they mean when they say that they believe the Shermans were targeted. I mean I took that to mean that the murderers were personal but maybe their definition of targeted is broader than that maybe consider a well-known home in a high end neighborhood a place that has been robbed before maybe they that's targeted to and almost just on purpose. Nia and I also want to mention one other thing. Apparently the neighbors security system caught some weird activity at the Sherman House on the day before their bodies were discovered according to the Toronto Star a man parked a four door sedan in front of the Sherman's house and walked in and then walked out three different times between nine and ten fifteen. Am He leaves? His car walks in stays a bit and gets back into his car for a while. Then back into the house and so on three different times now. Police believe that. Burien honey were probably murdered on Wednesday night. And if that's true then their bodies were in that house in their pool room the whole time.
"sherman" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Belts and the guy talked people listened. He's not just some random that they pulled off the street. This pathologist was a former Ontario Chief. Forensic pathologist and during the time of the autopsies was a senior forensic pathologist at. Toronto's Children Hospital. Oh so not his first Rodeo at all no I mean this guy knows what he is doing. I read an article in the Globe and Mail from two thousand seven ten years before this guy was called to work on the Sherman case and at the time he had done three thousand autopsies so yeah not his first Rodeo for shirt and after looking at the bodies and at the crime scene photos and talking to the doctor who did the first autopsy. He had no trouble ruling on manner of debt. His autopsy was conclusive. This was a double homicide. Did you know a nurse walks about five miles per shift? Doctors can work up to eighty hours per week. All on top of devoting themselves to our well-being are medical professionals practically superhuman well. 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Berry and honey Sherman had been victims of a double homicide was no surprise at all to their family and friends now of course the findings of a private autopsy were not released to the public. So in Burien honey were finally laid to rest at a funeral. Service attended by more than six thousand people. The prevailing notion in the community was that Berry had killed his wife and then hung himself. So you set. The official government forensic pathologist was there for the second autopsy. Do you know if he or like anyone shared the findings with the police like especially with the conclusion of double homicide not murder-suicide so I couldn't get a crystal clear answer on that. What I did find out was that the Sherman's private investigation team offered to meet with police detectives to go over the findings from the autopsies and talk about potential leads and theories but as far as I can tell. Police didn't take them up on their offer and in fact police kept pursuing the murder suicide theory seeking no suspects for another month until January. Twenty six two thousand eighteen. That's when Toronto Police finally call a press conference and tell eagerly awaiting public that based on their investigation so far which included the work of Ontario forensic pathologist they now consider berry and honeys deaths a double homicide not only had police let the first forty eight go by without chasing leads. This is now forty two days. Since the discovery of the Sherman's bodies police are facing an uphill battle at this point and they again appeal to the public for any clues. This isn't the first time and it definitely wasn't GonNa be the last after this announcement. The Sherman family along with their many friends and supporters feel vindicated for a minute at least because now that everyone knew it was a double murder the question on their minds. Shift it if it wasn't berry who killed the Sherman's and why it might have taken six weeks but police finally started looking for suspects so far. They've done extensive searches at the Sherman's house including on the roof and in the Toronto sewer system around their home they did countless witness interviews reviewed hours and hours of security footage including from neighbors who lived near the Sherman's but they were no closer to a suspect. All they could save for certain was that Berry and honey had been targeted targeted. Like this was a professional hit. I mean that's where my mind goes immediately to a professional hit but I don't think that's what they met in this case. They just meant that. It wasn't a random act like this wasn't a robbery. Gone wrong right and I guess anybody hired to murder. Someone wouldn't necessarily pose the bodies like that. Yeah I agree like the staged death scene definitely feels like this was personal but not only that. I mean the cause of debt. You're talking strangulation or ligature net. Compression as a pathologist is calling it like that's really personal to death by strangulation isn't quick. It can take up to eight minutes. I mean you compare that to shooting death which is over in a matter of seconds. This was definitely personal but there was no evidence at the scene to help. Guide them to the killer. Everyone they spoke. You said that Berry was a kind man with a heart of gold. That honey was a friend. Everyone believed strongly giving back to the community in all the interviews. Police did they heard nothing but positive things from everyone while almost everyone so I mentioned the Shermans were billionaires berry invested millions in the business ventures of friends and family he bought houses properties cars for his children and their families together. Berry and honey had donated millions to charity and urged their peers. Were the wealthiest people in Canada to do the same thing. Berry had made his fortune in the competitive and often cutthroat pharmaceutical industry and he kept his fortune by being really good at navigating. The court system. This is where he made a few or maybe more than a few enemies over the few years. Like let me give you an example so the House Berry Sherman and honey Sherman lived in where their bodies were found was designed and built for them in the nineteen eighties. At the time the cost to build the house was about two point. Three million but berry ended up recouping almost all of that he almost got like two million of it back in court by suing the contractor for poor building practices. Only God will and that's just one example. There are so many like that. Over Berries lifetime he was not afraid of a courtroom and in fact it seemed like he kind of enjoyed the whole process in the years just before he died he was involved in one of the biggest legal actions of his lifetime. According to an article by Christine Dhabi in the financial post Berry got his start in the pharmaceutical industry when his uncle Lou winter died and berry than studying for a PhD in astrophysics from MIT. Made an offer to buy his company empire labs from the estate so Liu and his wife Beverly and actually beverly tragically died just a few weeks. After her husband left behind four young boys it was those boys who decades later sued their cousin. Berry for a billion dollars or a stake in his company which is called attacks. They argued that without empire labs there would be no appetites. According to an article in Maclean's magazine. The trustees wanted protections built into the sale for the four winters. Brothers does get a little legally complicated but berry ended up allowing for those protections. Sorta the agreement was that the winters boys could work for Empire when they turned twenty one and that at twenty three they could buy up to five percent of the company as long as Berry still own. The business now. The whole agreement is void. If Barry were to sell the business which of course he did so Kerry winter and his brothers argued that they had a right to at least a portion of the proceeds of their late father's company and that five percent of empire was basically five percent of appetites three months before Berry and honey were found dead. A judge sided with Berry and tossed the case out of court and on December six just a week before the Shermans were last seen alive. Another judge ordered the winter brothers to repay three hundred thousand dollars in legal fees to their billionaire cousin. Ouch oh yeah and Berry even planned to appeal that ruling. He wanted to recover closer to a million dollars in court costs from his cousin. So I mean it doesn't take an investigative genius to think maybe that left the winter brothers with a score to settle. And maybe that's why Kerry winter the brother at the helm of this legal action against Berry told the Daily Mail that regardless of what police said he knew that Berry killed his wife and then took his own life because he said that Berry had talked about killing honey before Carey says that Berry.
"sherman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Vet nicknamed harmonica Pete that story about twenty minutes running for office is eight Sherman fast and being an expert doesn't always help the novel coronavirus has arrived in an election year and as candidates prepare to do what candidates do personal space is hard to come by on the campaign trail Catherine lions reporter at CQ roll call has been speaking with doctors who are also senators and representatives on Capitol Hill Catherine what are you hearing we're hearing them basically the same thing we've been hearing all along wash your hands keep your baby keep the touching others to a minimum pretty much and then as you said or one of the folks in your story said it's not always easy keeper hands away from your face especially if you're somebody say who wears glasses yeah and even if you aren't somebody that we got I don't wear glasses and I constantly touch my face I am not a huge German so I feel like I'm very at risk for acquiring and spreading germs I'm always touching my face I think it's pretty automatic right he put her put her face our hands in our basement when we're tired when when when that whenever we feel like it thanks all right so who is saying what the talk to well got Kathy knew the Gastroenterol agis and he put a nice and colorful creative twist to the handshake he's joking that the crawfish boil handshake is an alternative where it's basically another name for the elbow bump we've got your fingers all Fonsi from a big crop issue he right he'd make an album cool again and then we've got Greg Murphy he was a urologist and he suggested a foot bump which I have yet to be on the hill but maybe maybe I'll maybe I'll bring it to the hell maybe I'll try it out like the least amount effort right well you kinda you know with an elbow bump or a fist bump you know you can indicate what you're about to do and people recognize it pretty much worldwide like a high five how do you hate what you're about to do with the football oh man that's a good question I have to try it out and get back to you maybe just kind of like look down at the other person for it that might work I don't know it might be weird about this for speaking with Catherine lions reporter at CQ roll call her pieces called their doctors their politicians they were using hand sanitizer before it was cool who's who requires hand sanitization before even entering the offices of mark green from Tennessee that what Martin green although they all seem very partial to hand sanitizer nobody said nobody expressed any disdain for hand sanitization I even asked if you could over hand sanitized your hands and considering that we're not doing it normal people aren't doing it as much as urgent doctors people in hospitals it's gonna be very hard to overseeing the tide one of my concerns with also the dryness that comes with hand sanitizer there are hand sanitizers that come with we strider there's hand that come with moisturizer but if you.
"sherman" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"State farm, Robert, Robert, somebody burned down my, she shed no one bird done your. She shed shero all really victim because my she sheds burning up in the backyard. His she shared was struck by lightning. Cheryl, Robert, the state farm cover my, she shed shed. She turned are shed at her hideaway Robert. Oh, yeah, that's covered. You hear that Victor, I'm getting a new. She she year, she hid. Can we stop serious? She shed now go with a win. It's here to help life. Go right state farm. Talk to an agent today. After a star studded run in Seattle where he was a fixture in the legion of boom. Richard Sherman signed with the San Francisco forty Niners this off season this Sunday. He gets ready to take on the Minnesota Vikings in his first game as a forty Niners cornerback. Recently we caught up with Richard Sherman. We have a new team, a new quarterback, new tackling ruse, lots of new changes as the season gets ready to kick off year. What has been your reaction to being in a whole new environment with a new team? What's that been like that transition process going from Seattle to San Francisco. It'd be really fun actually, you know, on some fun showers acclimating, my kids love it. My wife loves it. She loves the neighborhood and the weather, obviously. But thanks for having a young team. You know, they're fine. They're jetty over time. Probably say cows way of coaching is is very deliberate and very detailed. And I think I really appreciate that if it's an incredibly fun ride. So far richer, people don't realize, I think as we get on in life, you're thirty years old. Now I remember making job changes.
"sherman" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin
"We had a representative sherman who gave the opening remarks for the democrats but he didn't speak for all the democrats said representative scott was a democrat and was very positive sherman's first words out of his mouth were ripped oh currencies are crock i think he means crock of who but he didn't specify what kind of crockett was and then he went on to talk about all kinds of things and later on he when to a line of questioning with me about why anybody would want use crypto currency to buy groceries and i you know i wanted to help him understand the real innovation here and i you know i wanted to stay cool under some level of deep skepticism kind of tax i i walked him through the fact that in the us you you're not gonna wanna use crypto currency to buy groceries because that's just true you're if you're lucky enough to be in america it shouldn't be too hard it might still be a little hard but should be too hard to get a credit card in baggage count and once you have those things that's probably what you're gonna want to use to buy groceries but then i was walking through how in the rest of the world there are whole regions populations where financial institutions don't feel like it's worth their time to to make those people their customers and if you don't have a bank an in a in a part of the world where it's difficult to get banked and if your local currency like your cash is being.
"sherman" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show
"Or what's going on behind closed doors and this organization and now don't let's not pretend this only happens with players in their ages this happens with coaches and their age of course this happens with front office guys and their agents so this is all part of the business and this is how it works and this is how those guys get their information right and i don't hate ages i hadn't agent i had an incredible agent who is one of my great friends like i talked to him still being done playing i talked to him on a weekly basis and do our whole process we were very much a team he was kind of a mouthpiece for what i wanted and he understood that and it was like hey well this is what i think this is what i think will ultimately i make the decision to go about it this way and it was extremely valuable but again for our players who can represent themselves and can represent themselves just as good as other agents if they do the the right research and put the right time and that's all i'm saying speaking of players representing themselves we've got richard sherman on the line we do here hello can you hear me richard whatever okay beautiful now it's my distinct pledge after to welcome on the hotline mr richard sherman formerly of the seattle seahawks now with the san francisco forty niners and we got into a little bit of a twitter back and forth the couple of days ago after you sign your new deal in san francisco i said i didn't think your deal was a good deal for cornerback of your character and of course my man co host hawkins defended you he said he thought it was a bad take which which is fair and so we figured we'd go right to the man himself and let you tell us exactly what you think about the process of negotiating new deal and kind of some.
"sherman" Discussed on Around the NFL
"In the nfc championship so i think it's easy i think it's easy enough for seac spans the say goodbye because the forty nine ers they're not they're not winning the super bowl this year may at all i don't know what they are who knows what they're gonna do i mean i think the seahawks fans get it that it was time in an in achilles surgery whereas rail rivas i mean others are burning hill after game three it was thought at the top of the game and he hoped that one is i mean also by the end i don't know when you were monitoring seahawks adoration fridge determined by the end of the sign richard sherman was having to redress on twitter take a step back seahawks fans i've been done all this for you this is in my fault they didn't want to pay me they let go of eur forty nine of spin it's any sport it carries across you mention roger clemens but as long as you produce like you quickly forget about where the guy to be a forty nine is fans care plane i mean they've won at how many games over the last couple of years like they should just be happy to be to be getting better and i think we can guarantee where are we are we sir i would like to put a sandwich prop on sea hawks nine ers thursday night foot now i think so there's no way that's the happened they might just make them play sixteen times this year i mean that would be counterproductive but not always the best decisions made by the schedule makers out no shots fired perhaps it's an inaccurate shot it's impact what you're saying the bears five times last year with four weeks old great uh so greg you'll me saying which i do i says well mark wisely stayed away from the richard sherman signs within three weeks i'll i'll end that are even on the rich and chairman front 'cause he will not get in the top five of guaranteed mino in her back so that'll even out but yeah you got us speaking of a free agency and in this case a deal that did not work out shaun smith and the raiders are parting ways that's an understatement not working out the team released the quarterback according to rap sheet cutting a eight point five million off the.
"sherman" Discussed on PTI
"On this exchange williams said there was a war at val spor house this the sunday afternoon rating right foreing nonmajor for a non majori was the highest since two thousand thirteen to the tech tiger tiger move the needle moves in all these folks who were sales beef is here to save this no no no wonderful guest he doesn't kyrie assaults harder type of all these other guys can't carry the sport is only been three or four people like this in the history of television which means modern sport ali yup jordan maybe magic and bird together not necessarily separately o n tiger woods that's the live thinking well in in in 1998 and beyond one home runs were going you could get people want to see maguire once he bonds and stuff like that didn't bother you titled did not putt well over the weekend and his approach shot on 14 shots didn't get them in a position to have as many birdie looks that's what it's also interesting that he's using it to our north tea and hit it straight by the way that was great to remind you of tiger his is vested at the british sugar and what he says you know what i need to be in the fairway allergy to bomb it three thirty and be in the trees written the tent the trailer now loved tony during friday's show you had richard sherman going to new york for his next stop turns out you were only about twenty seven hundred miles off three thousand sherman has signed with the most hated rival the forty nine ers here's all you need to hear tony when asked by 'em qb of playing against is all seattle team twice this upcoming season motivated him to side with san francisco sherman said quote i'm vengeful in that way close quote i love that tony what does this signing tell you about sherman where to tell you about the night okay so to things so what it tells me about sherman has made a lot of money he doesn't have to split any with an agent because he's own agent what it tells me about the forty nine years is that they on richard sherman is a star player i believe jimmy garoppolo was going to be a star initially i i think that this becomes a destination for other players and i think that.
"sherman" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Is the threat guy but he would later be indicted on more charges gregory moore was indicted on one count of tampering with evidence one count of obstructing official business one count of laws of the occasion one count of telecommuciations telecommunications fraud and two counts of forgery yeah this guy is is scumbags yeah but i think the the key thing here is a lot of these indictments have to do with the liza sherman when when gregory moore was indicted when the indictment was announced that then prosecutor said in a statement we believe that this indictment and the evidence behind it takes us one step closer to bringing a liza shermans killer to justice nine so make no buts about it this this has to do with her murder with her case now gregory more has denied these allegations originally he pled not guilty he was scheduled to appear in court in may of this year on unrelated charges those were from the the the bomb threat drivers inducing panic that and laughter he was playing not guilty to those charges as well now let's talk about these new charges because according to secures gregory more never met with a lease of that day they they claim that he initially provided a statement to investigators that he was waiting in his office during the time of the attack but but data retrieved one year later with the help of the fbi the old cell phone paying they use this from a downtown cell tower this suggested that he allegedly lied about his location and miss led a liza by other this important information on that one sentence right there day he allegedly lied about his location this means where he told police he was during the time of the attack but they also follow that up with miss led a liza meaning he's telling her stuff in communication that is not true as well so he's lying he's lying to the victim minutes before she's killed right and then.
"sherman" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Red flag with a spotlight on it regarding the murder of a lease a sherman okay this was taken from another deposition one of those same friends and their deposition claimed in more than one occasion sanford inquired house some one could get away with committing a perfect murder at least one of these conversations occurred during a walk on a cleveland beach the friend said that the friend sanford asked this of the he was a worked in law enforcement or the law enforcement field and when asked how the friend responded to such a question the friend said he gave sanford this scenario don't use your car or don't let your car be seen don't use a gun because it can be heard don't use your street clothes you something that would cover up your entire body your face your hands well right this is super chilling because it's describing what we see on the surveillance footage we see we see a person fleeing the murder scene with no vehicle and no point do we see a vehicle and we see this person dressed head to toe and clothing the is covering the entire body just as he said the face their hands according to sanford's deposition he said he probably had conversations about a liza but could not recall the nature of those conversations or where they occurred during sanford's deposition he was not asked directly about the perfect murder conversation sanford sherman has never been named as a suspect in a leases murder the bizarre twists continue captain in this case this twist takes us back to gregory more of leases attorney bomb threats at you remember he had the bomb threats but there would be an effort it's there would be a you remember this guy who's bonthe.
"sherman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The deaths of berry and honey sherman have left people bewildered perhaps no one more than their friends as you may have heard on the news the billionaire couple were found dead in their tronto home on friday police now say that they died from ligature net compression and that the homicide unit is investigating but they aren't calling their deaths homicides yet mr sherman founded the generic drug company apple tax in his one of canada's richest people he and honey were generous philanthropist donating millions to charity murray rubin was a longtime friend of berry and honey sherman we reached him in toronto mr rubin forceful i'm sorry for the loss of your friends dear or would even thinking about since you heard about their deaths euro were nick at my age of eighty seven uh you begin to lose people who are contemporaries but you have to accept it up ten of violent deaths and yes designs addison different his it's very different this death is not predictable and it's very disturbing i knew immediately when the police said it's a murder suicide they were way off target and why is that there's other family members lots of people who knew and the darian honey serum and say that it's preposterous that that glorifies you have to know barry in honey well honey especially loved being involved perry was the smartest person i ever met he graduated in erin nautical fix physics at the top of his class and got involved with his uncle lou winter's business and bury made a pool techs because he was such a clever guy i don't know why are you aware how drugs our patented the he he had found a way of doing it that was able to build a protest that's right you don't patent a drug you pat a way of making it and he took a drug that was patented and found a new way of making it that took of very very bright guy and he did it and he did it over and over again he busy able to build a business into the billions but it is most famous not for her now the money he made that raw them.
"sherman" Discussed on Masters in Business
"My special guest today is jeff sherman of double on capital where he serves as deputy chief investment officer uh the ceo of double line is jeffco's unlock who coincidentally was the very first broadcast guest on masters in business i'm jeff sherman a previous the double line worked is a senior vp at trust company of the west where he was a portfolio manager and quant analysts focused on fixed income and real acid portfolios he has a b s and applied mathematics from the university of pacific and a master's degree in financial engineering from clermont graduate university he is also cfa charter holder as well as a financial podcast her jeff sherman welcome to bloomberg thanks for having me barry so i have to start with the education applied mathematics and financial inge nearing did you know you wanted to go into asset management earlier in your life not at all not whatsoever really because that would suggest oh here's a path to wall street that's right and what happened is is a naturally i guess i was i was more inclined towards mathematics along the way i started off as she has a pure mathematician which is a a lot of abstract math and just trying to prove concepts a lotta logic really um and although it was okay to me just didn't really seem to have a longterm path obviously can be professor right i mean talking about ring theory group save mean erd faunal sleep now i love them okay good so let's talk deeper bath elkah everybody else will fall a solitary of civil will transition them but the idea was the applications of of mathematics it typically as applied to lots of physics rhyme in engineering concepts and i was always kind of curious by statistics and for some reason i liked the probably statistics courses a little more and so i'd actually changed my major of round the middle of my junior to become an applied mathematician but unlike the traditional folks i didn't use the engineering in physics physics as the application actually use it stats improbability so if forgot to really apply for jobs i was going through my four god yeah will you know you kind of get stuck in that academic lifestyle uh and so decide take the jerry's and just try to.
"sherman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My guest sherman alexi has written a new memoir about growing up on the spokane indian reservation in the state of washington his mother was one of the few people who could still speak the native language but she didn't teach it to him he grew up surrounded by poverty alcoholism and violence he was pretty young when he realised he wanted to get off the reservation and go to college he succeeded in doing that end in becoming an award winning writer he won the nineteen ninetythree penfaulkner award for his short story collection the lone ranger and tanto fist fight in heaven and two thousand seventy one the national book award for young people's literature for his book the absolutely true diary of a parttime indian a lexi's new memoir includes poems with titles like how to be an atheist at a spokane indian christian funeral the urban indian boy enjoys good health insurance and after brain surgery he had his first brain surgery when you is five months old and his most recent in 2015 he's a writer with a lot of stories to tell sherman alexi welcome to a fresh air let's start with a reading from deep in the book that this is a theme that kind of recurs through the book ochre yesalis was chapter one hundred seventeen all that relations he doesn't think it's like ten thousand pages long this focused not most of those chapters are one pager one poem so uh the title of this chapter is all my relations.