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"simon barker" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Speculation I. I feel it called comment on that but Miss Guilty of killing their entire family, Creston she was his. Motivation show, but she guilty of causing him to night. And then what do you think was the real from all of this research that you've done in the time that you've spent with the people involved? was there one event that really seemed to push him over the edge? Was it the moment where she told him that she was expecting another baby? At that time, he wasn't having an affair with new Nicole and he's seen but they weren't they have it was as flirtation at work from why can tell they want me to knock outside of black not having a sexual relationship at that point. He was definitely flooding and interested in a woman at work. Was surprised shocked that pregnant again, because it happened. So quick issues in the past. I feel potentially is the pregnancy that is a is a is a trigger. because I was planning a gender reveal. And that gender revolt was happening that week He just found that it was a baby boy and if Shannon on facebook out, she's having a boy everybody. On a dog I would have been parching him as graduations Mungo son this amazing. In front of the he was saying that he was leaving his wife will. So I think he suspected that this release public information could have been the end of his relationship. Nikki. So there's a multitude of reasons why he? was in his mind's something had to change in hat. Do something time is running out and I think the gender Brazil was probably do. So, crazy and it has been said that he has told people again he's not the most reliable person but that the night before when he put the kids to bed that he knew that was the last time that they would be put to bed. So we have reason to believe this was premeditated of course, but do we have any information on how how far in advance it was? Plant. Exactly as you said, he's not credible so we can't take it from him. He's never gonNa tell us the onset we can look at research a research shows when these manipulations occur. the men are doing it not just hours before the weeks and days not hours before. The case in the UK going by the gasoline though the gun so they'll put things in order that it's already in its plan and then it happens I it's only Christmas at will crystal anyone the trees now I think it will die with him. That's I'd I believe Shannon coolest him by telling him you see the kids again that's very Convenient, narrative him to again avoid responsibility for actions. So my last question is about the aftermath of the film and the responses that are getting are you surprised that there are still people that that find some faults in a murdered mother. Ni- Completely. Cliche that the. That we want to blame a female victim for their own. Therein in merger the IT happens all the time women always blamed. Fool being victim if whether you're traffic you're raped. With the you have left your abusive partner in time. Why did you going back? Why did you much drink? Why would you Scott Social How did you bring on an attack? On a massive problem with it and we need. To change that with this film I just like to highlight that it's happening and it's happening to her when as evidence laid out in the film she did nothing but love of love him and try desperately to fix that he was the one breaking it in line and yet still way questioning whether she's done something wrong. Is there anything that you wish that you had included in retrospect anything additional that you want to know? Now I d this this little nuggets of guys that couldn't could've gone in the film, but it was about pacing and. Incredible registers and James Marsh exact incredible with helping us with icing and realizing. What was important and it's Making. Sure on the story and not a distract people with additional. Isn't this? Nice No. You have to stick them to the story so. There is a nice low video of that I think is revealing of their relationship that was in the film for a long time. But in the end, just kind of go in the way of of that momentum, the way wanted to get to the to get to the end from Shenanigan. But in this video of the sat in a wedding the holding a paddle up and it's with Mr Mrs Game. And the DJ awesome who said. who gets too fast I thought the pedal and. Chris Chenoweth which makes sense it is the description that should not has has said she pushed him away. She wasn't interested. He besieged her which makes sense devos eight. She's completely Barak on she didn't want another relationship and this guy's guy suggesting that he's the one. But then the next question was. WHO said I love you I. I was sure that that was going to be Chris. They put the pedal often Shannon and I thought that that some tear up she will her emotions on her sleeve harness leave she was an open book. If she knew, she would tell her friends she would tell her husband. She would tell people how she was feeling and that was the intimate of her and his failing. He didn't tell anyone who's feeling. He didn't understand his animations. This is a man who had to google. How do I know I'm in love so I just think that's that's that fits me summed up. That relationship that she owed invest that she loved him because she passed out there made itself. Honorable. So let's just give a one last round of credit to your team Simon Barker, your editor, James Marsh Executive Producer you've done a spectacular job. Thank you so much for giving voice to this this family this mother and her three children, and I hope that you and your team now that they've done that they've done something. Really. Special. Really important. I think yes. A sanctuary there early specialty. Thank you so much Jenny thanksgiving..
"simon barker" Discussed on No Laying Up
"But I remember he was not great in two thousand fourteen. His record is twelve four into as much as we rip on that guy, my God, that is an animal ridiculous. Read a cut record. However, however, I'm I want him on the team. I want him to go down in flames. I think I really think it might happen to it. Could you know he just he just turns into a different person on the greens, particularly. I mean, he just makes putts from everywhere, and there's nothing more annoying matchplay than watching your out of position. He's not a great ball striker. He's prone to, you know, some halls adjacent shots. Occasionally, there's nothing more annoying than senior competitor out of the hole and then bury like thirty footer for part to have whole. I thought an interesting that that Rahm on the podcast back in during the players week and he's just like he said, obviously, there's going to be on this team played well since then to further validate that. But I was even at that point like the the European team guys are like, yeah, he's on this. He's a heart and soul guy. He's, you know, he's a locker. He's Walker room leader. He's got more experience and mostly other guys on the team Gazal rally around him. And that's where I think we can get kind of lost in a lot of questions we get like, who is, you know, who's Jim furic gonna pick who's Thomas Bjorn going to pick a lot of the cat and selections come down to the players, hundred percent, and it's it's, you know, they had this figurehead that makes the final decision. But I think mostly on the US side, the assistant captains are actually stronger voices than the captain is. The captain is like the CEO and his does all the media and is the the the facing, I guess, the face of the team, but the input from the assistant captains like tiger like overrule Davis, Love on some pairings and stuff in the twenty sixteen Ryder Cup and. It just all the pressure comes down that main captain to make the right decisions to surround yourself with the right captain's assistant captains, no, which vice to listen to, but it's not a one man show like it wasn't a Tom Watson days. I was just gonna say Tom Watson is maybe the best example of not listening to yours isn't captains not listening to your players and you know maybe how sudden it's kind of in that same vein where if you delegate and you should, if you delegate to the guys who are kind of in the mix and especially with tiger and Phil, I mean, they really have their fingers on the pulse of what the guys in the team room are gonna want. And I think that's a good take. So the topic of discussion, I don't really hear anymore, and I jokingly asked this to Thomas Bjorn. You'll see this in our video work about Germany that's coming out soon. But jokingly asked him if he was going to select a fringe player for the team as it's kind of been a storyline leading up to this that you know playing in France for the first time and do. I mean, essentially, Stephen Gallagher was a captain's pick in for Scotland and twenty four team because he has got us and it's like. Are you going to take a fringe player? So the local fans have someone to support and root for. I don't think that's really even a question at this point, is it it's not, and it's disappointing. I would say that Alex probably had the best chance and and his personality would have been great. I mean, he's fiery guy. And a really good player really good ball striker and you know, he won earlier this year and kind of looked like he was really turning in the right direction after I think he wanted China now, regardless. He has really kind of fallen off and he's playing well, this week I was just taking a look at the leaderboard and he's in twentieth place in Germany, the Porsche open, but he's, he's, he's not even. He's like twenty. Third on the European list. I think in Simon Barker had a great question. He said, should Bjorn pick Levi for awhile card not only because he's French, but has tore sauce in bucket loads..
"simon barker" Discussed on KPCC
"That in the day's news in actual california at nine am right here its members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman the ufc community has been learning something new every day since the la times expose last week about the former dean of the medical school at a lengthy report alleged that darker carmen fito was a regular user of illegal hard drugs and that he prescribed asthma medication to a couple of younger meth smokers there were many more revelations to since then some staffers some students and a lot of alumni have denounced the leadership at usc essay failures from on high have damaged the schools reputation well today on kpcc's air todd guest host liby dank been taught with usca alarms about it all she also spoke with simon barker he heads up the blue moon consulting group its crisis management firm with a specialty in higher education and libya asked him what the news about the former med school dean has done to us sees well tailored image i think one of the things that we discovered alter doing this for your fifteen twenty years is there's a lot more to the story than typically in the public domain adults the uae of red is what can the la times so i think we have to reserved trump pulled of judgement but i will say to the the the fact of the story a certainly quite his injury but really where the things we consider all how is the administration responding and in our view is always the perception of response raw them the underlying event dot create the reputational davidge and i think that the situation where we now when the story start to move from being about uh poorly fito to what the administration knew and way yeah i think that that's an interesting point because there are situations when you run a major institution like this where folks are going to run into personal crises into substance abuse issues into various misdeeds but the question is how then does the university respond you know in your view when i universities approached by a major newspaper and the la times as the preeminent newspaper in los angeles with a story like this how much information to you need from the.