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"skylar" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"skylar" Discussed on WTOP

"Here's CBS is Skylar Henry from coast to Coast fans packed stadiums as the college football season got underway more than 70,000 saw Notre Dame beat Florida State in Tallahassee on Sunday. A day earlier, a similar sized crowd was on hand as U C L. A defeated LSU in Pasadena. Experts say infections have tended to rise after Major holidays The good news Is that we're not seeing a lot of breakthrough. Hospitalizations are Hearings will resume Tuesday for terrorists still being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. CBS is Catherine Herridge reports. They've been delayed over Covid and other legal roadblocks before they got to Guantanamo. The five defendants were held in CIA secret prisons where they were subjected to interrogation tactics that critics called torture. Including waterboarding and sleep deprivation. To this day, Much of the evidence is off limits to the defense. Seniors are suffering in nursing homes with no power in New Orleans WWL TV reporter Meg There were buildings where no maintenance person was there to even hook up the generator. This man lives in Christopher in He feels fortunate that he has another place to go and didn't have to be evacuated on a bus to an out of town shelter. How did you sleep at night with no air conditioning? Your apartment barely slept. It wasn't easy. The city is waiting for coroners reports on the causes of the people who died a former Marine sharpshooters in jail without bail in Florida. He's accused of killing a woman, her three month old baby and two others in a home. Authorities haven't released a motive for the attack, but say the man may have been high on meth. On top of dealing with a mental illness made could cut dozens of factory jobs in Minnesota. Every crack of a big league bath.

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The White House Kicks Off 'Help is Here' Tour

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

The White House Kicks Off 'Help is Here' Tour

"President Biden, Vice President Kamila Harris and other top members of the administration are hitting the road on a cross country tour this week to highlight the benefits of the nearly $2 Trillion coronavirus relief plan. The White House kicked off what it's calling the help is here tour, with top officials fanning out across the country selling the key points of the American rescue plan. We are going to safely open schools. First lady Jill Biden visited a New Jersey elementary school vice president Kamila Harris and the second gentleman are spending part of the week in the West, starting in Las Vegas with a visit to a vaccination site. You all are the heroes of this moment Tuesday, President Biden and Vice President Harris will focus on small businesses. The president will head to Pennsylvania while the vice president goes to Denver, Colorado, Skylar Henry CBS News The White House,

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CDC to release guidance for people vaccinated against COVID

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

CDC to release guidance for people vaccinated against COVID

"Says she will soon release long awaited guidelines for those who have been fully vaccinated against Cove in 19. We're making sure and taking the time to get this right doctor Wolinsky also urged everyone to double down on prevention measures. Such is mask wearing Skylar Henry CBS NEWS The White House U. S. Senator Ron

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Student Who Was Jailed for Breaking Quarantine in Cayman Islands Apologizes

Mornings on Maine Street

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Student Who Was Jailed for Breaking Quarantine in Cayman Islands Apologizes

"College student from Gwinnett County who spent more than a month in prison in the Cayman Islands for violating the cove in 19 quarantine rules, has now returned home. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, says 18 year old Skylar Mac of Logan Ville landed at the Atlanta airport Friday morning. Mac is a student at Mercer University. She and her boyfriend were arrested after she traveled to the Cayman Islands in November. Tow watch him compete and a jet ski competition that apparently had been rescheduled from earlier in the year. She was supposed to stay quarantine for 14 days but did not do so.

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U.S. teen jailed in Cayman Islands for breaking Covid protocols returns home

Mornings on Maine Street

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. teen jailed in Cayman Islands for breaking Covid protocols returns home

"And Gwinnett County student who spent more than a month in prison in the Cayman Islands for violating the code 19 quarantine rules of that that country now at home. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, says 18 year old Skylar Mac of Logan Ville landed at the Atlanta airport Friday. Mac, a student at Mercer University, was arrested after she traveled to the Cayman Islands in November to watch her boyfriend compete in a jet ski competition. She was supposed to stay quarantine for 14 days, but did not do so. She's not allowed back in the Cayman Islands. As long as Kobe quarantine rules remain in place.

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"skylar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"skylar" Discussed on KOMO

"Test, Skylar removed her wrist monitor breaching quarantine to watch her boyfriend, a professional jet skier compete in a race. Both Mac and her boyfriend, 24 year old van J. Ram G, who was charged with aiding and abetting or detained and initially ordered to pay a fine and serve 40 hours of community service. But after a legal back and forth, the couple was sentenced to two months in prison. Ultimately, sir Being 32 days behind bars. I got the first call. I think that said she was in trouble and her boyfriend called while the authorities were talking to her and all he could see you could probably hearing he can't stand. Please don't be mad. Whether Please don't be mad with her. And I'm like, but she knows better. Now her grandmother speaking for the first time since the team returned home, a free woman, It's the biggest relief. I finally slept through the night. And it's kind of hard to fall asleep when someone you love so much. You know that they're not sleeping and that they're uncomfortable and under she she's a tough girl. But she had to be scared, and her family certainly relieved that she's back home safe. Skylar couldn't stop smiling when I asked her how she feels about being back home, and we spoke with her about that day. That certainly now changed her life. One thing Skylar and her grandmother made clear. Skylar made the decision to breach quarantine and Skylar needed to face the consequences. CBC's Jin a Norman reporting Retired firefighter among the latest charged in connection with the siege at the Capitol. NBC's Aaron Qatar, Ski has more on this fee spent 22 years of the New York City Fire Department before he retired in October. On January, 5th court records said he drove from his home in Long Island to Washington, D C and returned the day after the riot while inside the Capitol, the FBI said he was recognized by a relative of his girlfriend who asked where he was. He sent a selfie from the rotunda and wrote back at the tip of the spear. The F D. N Y had said it was helping the FBI identify active or retired members who were there at the Capitol. Karen Kit, Risky. ABC NEWS Washington Comeau News Time for 28 the new sound of mealtime. Of Farmer's dog is real food made fresh and delivered right to your door. No extreme processing, no preservatives, just fresh meat and fresh veggies You can see and hear right in the ball..

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America’s Vaccine Rollout Is Already a Disaster

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

America’s Vaccine Rollout Is Already a Disaster

"Boston vaccines against covert 19 to being rolled out across the country, But the pace is slower than many had hoped. Including President elect Joe Biden. The president elect blames the Trump Administration for the slow pace of vaccinating Americans so far, just over two million doses administered as opposed to the 20 million forecast by the Trump Administration. If you continue to to move move is is this this now now It's It's going going to to take take years, years, not not months months to to vaccinate vaccinate the the American American people. people. Biden Biden promised promised 100 100 million million vaccinations vaccinations in in the the 1st 1st 100 100 days days of of this this term term on Twitter. President Trump has repeatedly blamed states for the slow distribution. Skylar Henry CBS NEWS

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House passes bill to increase stimulus checks to $2,000

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

House passes bill to increase stimulus checks to $2,000

"$2000 stimulus payment. It's all up to the Republican controlled Senate. The latest this morning in Washington from CBS is Skyler Henry House passed the bill to increase stimulus checks from 600 to $2000. The president demanded higher stimulus payments when he signed the coronavirus relief bill on Sunday. It's not clear if the Senate will take up the measure. I am telling Donald Trump don't just talk about it Act the Senate Republicans have followed you through thick and thin. Get them now to act and support the $2000 checks. The Treasury Department is scrambling to distribute the relief that's been approved. The first payments could start going out by the end of this week. Skylar Henry

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"skylar" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"skylar" Discussed on WSB-AM

"18 year old Skylar Mac flew to Grand Cayman to celebrate Christmas with her boyfriend who is a native of the island. She apparently removed a government issued quarantine tracking bracelet and attended a jet ski race. He was competing in without a mask nor social distancing and a letter they sent to the U. S Embassy in Jamaica Senators per doing Leffler calling for the Mercer premed student to be safely returned home. They cited numerous threats against Mac's life following the publicity of her case. Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB president. Trump plans to visit Georgia The day before the January 5th Senate runoff still hold a rally at the regional airport near Dalton. Part of the state where Republicans have had a hard time getting voters to the polls. WSB political analyst Bill Crane does not expect to know that none of winners of the run offs right away you have and we will probably in excess of million paper ballots. Absentee. Yeah, we will not know on Election night and despite the president questioning absentee ballots during the general election bill, says state Republicans are pushing vote by mail. But he says Democrats still hold the edge and absentee voting. The Braves lose Hall of Famer Phil Niekro after a long battle with cancer. Negro still owns 12 Brace. Pitching records and after spending 21 years with the franchise, some will never be broken. It was another for me to put on the uniform representing the brave Negro one more than 300 games. But he told myself and Mark Aaron back in 2018, among his top accomplishments the record for victories with his brother, Joe, That's a lot of family pride right there. Negro was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997. When you get there, Cooperstown makes you feel like you're the greatest baseball player that ever played. The game passed away Saturday night in a sleep in age 81. A black 95.5 WSB WSB news time 6 41 Stick around, John. I want to.

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"skylar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"skylar" Discussed on KOMO

"Was silent as she was escorted inside that courtroom, her hands cuffed Mac and her boyfriend Vange, a ram G, asking the nation's high court for leniency, ultimately getting their prison sentence cut down from four months to two. Her parents got a call from Skylar just after the ruling came in. This devastated her. She was hoping she would get to be home. Sooner that she's good has been Christmas alone by yourself. MAC travel to the Caribbean island on November 27th and, according to officials broke her mandatory 14 Day quarantine after just two days and one negative covert tests she allegedly removed to risk monitor and left quarantine. Tow watch her boyfriend, a 24 year old professional jet ski racer compete. A trip to paradise, taking a quick turn. Once authorities learned that Mak attended the competition. Both Mac and Randy were detained. Randy charged with aiding and abetting their punishment. See sign initially ordered to pay a fine and serve community service. Then up to four months in prison before the final decision Tuesday, two months I still remember her saying that she knows simply can't do this. You can't go back to prison. The couple's attorney, saying they accept the court's decision and continue to express remorse for their actions were not explain any further out musically, Skyler's mother, vowing to keep fighting until her daughter is back in the U. S. We're hoping for a different outcome. We're not going to stop. You're gonna keep fighting and until she's here home without sake, Max attorney doesn't think she'll have to serve the entire two months sentence. He's already spent a week in a women's facility there. They expect her out. In another four weeks, a North Carolina couple got in trouble over one of their Christmas decorations. James and D face in fighting back after their local homeowners association in Raleigh, demanded they take down one of their most personal possessions across. Then we received a letter saying that our cross was not representative of Christmas. It shot this well, it was just shot. The couple threatened with a $100 fine and told in a letter quote unless biblical references can be provided, noting the cross is a symbol of the Christmas season. The cross is not considered a Christmas decoration who's ever heard of H away asking their residents toe viability. References for why you have the cross up for Christmas. We believe that the cross represents hope, Salvation and deliverance is and it was almost like they were trying to educate us as to why the cross isn't representative of Christmas, and that was what we found offensive. Board eventually backing down but the face and say that only happened once local media got involved now, the couple's lawyer says they're planning to file a lawsuit in federal court that something needs to be done once and for all. Really, to put a stop to what is becoming all too familiar to so many homeowners, and that is homeowners associations overstepping their bounds. The HR Ways Board tells ABC News they recently sent the faces an email saying. That their cross was now unconditionally approved writing quote. We regret that this has become a point of contention. The faces lawyer says The family will be seeking an apology and unspecified damages from the H away. ABC News correspondent Will Reeve reporting from North Carolina. Come on news time 6 51 had to get to our propel insurance money Update. Amazon says it will open to new fulfillment centers and a new delivery station in San Antonio, creating 1500 new full time jobs. The first center is expected to open next year. All those three months after teasing their collaboration, the north.

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Teen jailed for violating COVID-19 restrictions gets lesser sentence

Mornings on Maine Street

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Teen jailed for violating COVID-19 restrictions gets lesser sentence

"Teen in jail in the Cayman Islands for breaking the island Strict Cove it restrictions has now received a lighter jail sentence and an appeal Tuesday, A judge ruled that instead of the original four months she was supposed to serve behind bars. That sentence has now been reduced to two months. Skylar Mac went to visit her boyfriend who lives in the Cayman Islands, but she violated the country's quarantine rules while she was there. Mac is a pre is a Mercer premed student who has actually appealed to the White House for help. More

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Snow Storm Coming Wednesday Night Through Thursday In Boston Area

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Snow Storm Coming Wednesday Night Through Thursday In Boston Area

"It's going to be a kind of a messy A late afternoon early evening here we still a little bit of rain and snow around, especially near and south of the mass pike, although we do have a little bit stretching up into parts of the North Shore as well, but this will be tapering off early this evening will be blustery and colder tonight with clearing Skylar 29 of Boston and low to mid twenties inland, blustering cold tomorrow. A lot of sunshine, though high of 35. As you get in a Wednesday in the early sun will fade behind clouds behind your 30, and we do expect a major winter storm to arrive. Looks like in the Wednesday evening. That's when snow will start to arrive. We'll see the worst of it from Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The combination heavy snow and strong winds will create blizzard conditions of times right now looks like most of us pick up 6 to 12 inches of snow. There is the potential for more than a foot toward the South Shore, South Coast and Cape. Depending on if there's any mixing or not. If it's mostly snow, that's where you get those higher amounts and winds of Gus to around 50 MPH. So late Wednesday night into Thursday, Thursday's high around 28. We will dry things out for Friday and Saturday.

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Biden unveils economic team, nominating Yellen for treasury secretary

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Biden unveils economic team, nominating Yellen for treasury secretary

"Picks as Inauguration Day gets closer is a big day for president elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris. Received their first full intelligence briefing and held meetings with transition advisers Tuesday, they'll officially announced members of their economic team and Biden will nominate Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary who would be the first woman to lead the department. Cecilia Rouse will be named as chair of the Council of Economic Advisors and near attended, will serve as White House budget director that CBS a Skylar Henry, with the update. The Supreme Court heard arguments today about

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Michael Flynn's Family Thanks Trump For "Answering Our Prayers"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Michael Flynn's Family Thanks Trump For "Answering Our Prayers"

"Former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Despite Flynn's guilty plea tow line to the FBI about his Russia contacts. Flynn's family thank the president for quote, answering our prayers and the prayers of a nation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the pardon quote on active grave corruption and a brazen abuse of power. Earlier this year, Flynn requested to withdraw his guilty plea as his legal saga played out in federal court President Trump hinted at granting him a full pardon. He's gonna be okay. We're gonna be just fine. The Flynn pardon comes just months after the president commuted the sentence of his friend and former adviser Roger Stone. He was due to serve a 40 month sentence after his conviction on seven felony counts, including witness tampering and lying to Congress that Skylar Henry reporting with CBS News. After years of

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AAA: End of daylight-saving time will result in uptick in car crashes in the next two weeks

Bryan Suits

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

AAA: End of daylight-saving time will result in uptick in car crashes in the next two weeks

"People across most of America are getting ready to turn their clocks back tonight is daylight saving time ends Skylar McClenny McKinley with Trivoli says it brings the usual challenges on the road's starting next week. It might be most pronounced on Monday. But really, for the next two weeks, we know that we're going to see an increase in crashes. The result of this McKinley says The reason for more crashes is that the change affects the body's internal clock, making people more likely to get less sleep. Daylight saving time officially ends at two o'clock tomorrow morning.

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Kansas State QB Skylar Thompson to miss rest of season

Sports X Radio

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Kansas State QB Skylar Thompson to miss rest of season

"State found out that Skylar Thompson was not going to play in the game. They're starting quarterback. So will Howard was getting The starting assignment at TCU TC just coming off the win in Austin by Adduce knocking off Texas So the line was 9.5 right. I told Brad Powers. I said, Brad, If this goes to 10, I'm taking K state and he said, I agree with that move and K State not only covers with a guy starting his first game And if you looked at his passing line will Howard Kansas State eight for 19, 117 yards, no touchdowns and an interception. You're thinking they've got to get there to get killed. Well, he rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown. The team rushed for 1 72 so still didn't even hit 300 yards Total offense as opposed to, you know, 3 40 for TCU. But they came up with the big plays. And that's something about Kansas State as a very disciplined team, and they find ways to make plays, and they did just that. They you know, they came up with one big interception and they ended up You know, winning the game 21 to 14 in Fort Worth, Kansas State's one of those blue collar teams that just finds a way to win games. They should. Yeah,

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Trump makes 'surprise visit' to supporters outside hospital

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Trump makes 'surprise visit' to supporters outside hospital

"It was out of the hospital briefly for a covert infected and contagious president of the United States. Correspondent Skylar Henry reports wearing a mask President Trump joke past supporters gathered in front of Walter Reed Medical Center. I'm not telling anybody but you he tease the surprise visit on Twitter and suggested he's learned a lot about Cove in 19. I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't let's read the book school and I get it and I understand it mile There was talk from his doctors. Not Mr Trump could go back to the White House later today. Now how good is often idea Is that CBS news medical correspondent Dr John Le Pouf. Normally you would say you would not discharge somebody from a hospital to their home. Of course, this home is not a normal home, and I'm told from my sources that the White House is very well equipped. Almost like an I C u if needed, and so he will be getting very closely monitored, and you just want to make sure that if he does suddenly take a turn for the worst that they're totally prepared to do what needs to be done

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Trump and Biden: What to watch for in first presidential debate

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Trump and Biden: What to watch for in first presidential debate

"2020. The stage is is set set for for the the first first presidential presidential debates debates of of the the presidential presidential campaign. campaign. Tonight Tonight in in Cleveland. Cleveland. President President Trump Trump and and former former Vice Vice President President Joe Joe Biden Biden are are sharing sharing the the stage, stage, CBS CBS News News correspondent correspondent Skylar Henry reports. I'm going to take a drug test. I think he should. Tuesday showdown comes as president Trump steps up his personal attacks on his opponent, including an accusation that Biden uses performance enhancing drugs. Biting campaign turned a New York Times report about the president's taxes into an ad showing what ordinary Americans pay. A White House spokesman questioned both the story's accuracy and its timing. The Democrats had ads. Teed up almost immediately afterwards, so it certainly seems like just a coordinated political smear As many as 100 Million viewers are expected to watch the debate that's being held here in Cleveland. Political experts say Both candidates should take cues from past debates. We get more from W. T. O P S Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller University of Virginia political analyst Larry Subito believes Joe Biden would be well served by using a variation of what a Republican president Ronald Reagan. Set in the 1980 debate. Are you better off than you were four years ago? Maybe say it more than once You have to do that in his webinar Sabato's Crystal Ball. America votes the political scientists as candidates need to repeat themselves during a 90 minute debate because most Americans only taken bits and pieces. President Trump is expected to be aggressive early and try to keep Biden off balance. Political observers note that several incumbent presidents have had poor first debates and President Trump like Biden will want to get off to a strong start on Capitol Hill,

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"skylar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"skylar" Discussed on AP News

"Skylar. Thompson passed for 334 yards and ran for three touchdowns and hoping the Wildcats beat the Sooners for the second straight year. Freshman Deuce Von caught four passes for 129 yards and ran for a touchdown as Kansas State bounce back from a season opening loss to Arkansas State down 21. Just like we're gonna get our chance. We'll get our shots, bowing adversity, and that's exactly what we did. The Wildcats managed their first ever road win against the Top three team in the AP poll. Sooners freshman Spencer Rattler through for 387 yards and forties but was intercepted three times. I'm Dave Ferrie unranked Kansas State Rally from a 28 7 deficit to stun third ranked Oklahoma 38 35 in Norman. Skyler Thompson passed for 334 yards and ran for three touchdowns and hoping the Wildcats beat the Sooners for the second straight year. Freshman Deuce Von caught four passes for 129 yards and ran for a touchdown as Kansas State bounce back from a season opening loss to Arkansas State. Wildcats managed their first ever road win against the top three team in the AP poll. Sooners freshman Spencer Rattler through for 387 yards and forties but was intercepted three times. I'm Dave Ferrie. Skylar Thompson passed for 334 yards and ran for three touchdowns and hoping the Wildcats beat the Sooners for the second straight year. Freshman Deuce Von caught four passes for 129 yards and ran for a touchdown as Kansas State bounce back from a season opening loss to Arkansas State Sooners freshman Spencer Rattler through for 387 yards and forties but was intercepted three times. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books?.

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Sally has weakened to a tropical storm but the Gulf Coast region still faces issues from drenching, floods

Tom and Curley

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Sally has weakened to a tropical storm but the Gulf Coast region still faces issues from drenching, floods

"Is weak into a tropical storm of the Gulf Coast region is still facing life threatening flooding. CBS's Skylar Henry isn't fair Hope Alabama communities throughout the Gulf Coast region are assessing the initial storm damage as it continues to rain here. Boundaries and power lines are everywhere, as is significant flooding spilling into the streets and engulfing cars from floods

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer: Obama and Biden Saved Auto Industry

Politics and Public Policy Today

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer: Obama and Biden Saved Auto Industry

"America. I'm Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Or, as Donald Trump calls me that woman from Michigan tonight. I'm here at UW locals 6 52 in Lansing, Michigan. Auto workers in this union and across our state could have lost their jobs if not for Barack Obama. And Joe Biden and 20 in 2009. The Obama Biden administration inherited the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, the auto industry on the brink of collapse a 1,000,000 jobs at stake, But President Obama and Vice President Biden didn't waste time. Blaming anyone else are shirking their responsibility. They got to work. They brought together union members, companies and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle and they saved the auto industry. And when you know just a few months ago as our nation began battling covert 19 Auto workers across Michigan Spring into action. They started making protective equipment for doctors and nurses on the front lines. When we break it down, President Obama and Vice President Biden saved these auto workers lively hoods. Then these workers did third part to save American lives. That's the story of this great nation. Action begets action. Progress begets progress, and when we work together, we can accomplish anything. After all. Democracy is a team sport, especially now it's crucial that we rally together to fight this virus. And build our economy back better from the jump. We took this pandemics furiously in Michigan. We listened to medical experts we planned and with a lot of work from the auto workers and too little help from the White House. We executed our plan. We saved thousands off lives. Just imagine if we had a national strategy, so everyone who needs a test gets one for free. So everyone has access to a safe vaccine. So our kids and educators have the resource is they need to safely get back to school was Joe Biden and Camel Harris in the White House. We will Joe Biden and Camel Harris will lead by example. It'll be science, not politics or ego that will drive their decisions. They know the health of our people goes hand in hand with the strength of our economy may know. Action begets action. Over the past few months, we've learned what's essential, rising to the challenge, not denying it. We've learned who is essential to not just the wealthiest among us, not a president who fights his fellow Americans rather than fight the virus that's killing us and our economy. It's the people who put their own health at risk to care for the rest of us. They are the M V. P s. The nurses and the doctors, the utility workers, truck drivers and grocery clerks, the childcare workers, the parents, the teachers, the mail carriers and the auto workers. So many of these essential workers have lost their lives Cove it nearly 1000 health care workers. More than 170,000 people across America, including a five year old girl, named Skyler from Detroit, whose mom is a police officer. And dad is a firefighter generation after generation. Our nation has been defined by what we d'oh or what we fail to do so. For Skylar for her parents, and in the memory of all those we've lost, Let us act. Let us heal as one nation let us find strength to do the work.

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Trump vs. the Post Office

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Trump vs. the Post Office

"Meantime, President Trump continues his criticism of mail in voting. He acknowledged that he's going to limit funding to the U. S. Postal Service. In a phone interview with Fox Business President Trump said he will not give in to Democrats demands to give more money to the post office. They want. 25 $1,000,000,000.1,000,000,000 for the post office. Now they need that money in order to have the post office work so it could take all of these millions and millions of ballots. Democratic challenger Joe Biden accuses the president of trying to sabotage the election. But at his daily briefing, Mr Trump said, it's about protecting the integrity of the vote. Not CBS correspondent Skylar

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Contentious 5-hour House hearing with AG William Barr concludes

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Contentious 5-hour House hearing with AG William Barr concludes

"Attorney General William Bar, spending several hours on the hot seat in front of the House Judiciary Committee. One of the top issues was the Trump Administration's handling of the protesting in Portland and other major cities where they sent federal officers to contain any violence. CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry's on Capitol Hill Attorney General William Barr delivered a full throated defense of federal officers response to protesters in Portland. Since when is it okay to tryto burned down a federal court? Is that okay? Hey, Democrats accused bar of using federal officers to help the president look tough on crime. President wants footage for his campaign ads and you appear to be serving it up to him as ordered. In most of these cities, the protests had begun to wind down before you marched in and confront the protesters. George Lord's death under the knee of a police officer sparked the protests. But the nation's top law enforcement officer His police are not the problem. This is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, A DC National Guard officer Adam DeMarco was in Lafayette Square the evening of June 1st and says a park police warning did go out to protesters. But the announcements were barely audible, and I saw no indication that the demonstrators were cognizant of the warnings to disperse. He also tells a house panel he was deeply disturbed by the rapid sweep of the area that included pepper spray and some officers using their shields on a crowd that he viewed as peaceful. But acting Park police chief Gregory Monahan's As protesters had been violent that day and defends the quick action so offense could be put up. In the hours after President Trump walked across the park and held up a Bible outside of ST John's Church, there is 100% 0 correlation between our operation and the president's visit to the

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"With regard to count one we the jury in the above caption case. Find the defendant Brooke Schuyler. Richardson not guilty of the offence of aggravated murder and there appear to be twelve jury signatures fixed verdict forum to involuntary manslaughter. We the jury in the above caption case Dubai right here by. Find The defendant Brooks Richardson not guilty of the offensive involuntary manslaughter. As the judge was reading the verdict Schuyler took a deep breath and appeared to be emotional. Her attorneys put their arms around her judge Oda continued to read the verdict form. Count three child endangerment we the jury find the defendant Brooks Scholar Richardson not guilty of child. Endangerment Schuyler broke broke down just then placed her hand over her mouth and began to cry verdict. Four number four we the jury in the above caption case. Find the defendant Brooke Schuyler. Richardson guilty of the offence of abuse. Of course Schuyler continued to be emotional in the courtroom. Her parents came in Scott sat behind her holding hands. They were emotional to the jury then left the courtroom Schuyler bail was revoked and she was placed raced into handcuffs booked into jail until his sentencing. Hearing the next day. Kim could be heard saying I love you so much. I love you to her daughter. For conviction of abuse of a corpse Schuyler could face up to twelve months in prison but because of her lack of criminal record both sides agreed that she likely faced only six months in jail or probation time at her sentencing. Judge Oda talked about his decision to allow cameras in the courtroom I think there is some value in the community. Having the opportunity to actually watch. Is this trial. I only have Forty seats in the courtroom So it's out there So if people want to know what happened in the trial they they can go watch for themselves. They don't have to rely on what somebody posts about it. Or what somebody tweets about it they can see the actual evidence that was presented. One of the reasons that I how did this is so that the community whether they agreed with the verdict or not would have confidence in the way that Decision decision was reached. So somebody comes up to you and talks about how We have a baby killer that got off in Warren County or we have an innocent person who was convicted convicted and didn't do anything wrong. We can direct them to the actual evidence so that maybe you can get a better idea of whether or not they have an accurate opinion of whether justice justice was served in this case he then asked Schuyler if she had anything to say. Richardson you get the last word in all of this. Is there anything that you want told me. Before I impose a sentence thank you. You're on our. I would do anything above that. You ask and I understand and I just wanted to say how sorry sorry I was. I can sometimes be selfish but I would like to think that I've become better in the knowledge that I've upset everyone and hurt so many people with what I've done and I'm forever. Sorry I'm so sorry I I'm really really sorry I understand stand and thank you. Judge Oda told Schuyler that he has a daughter the same age is her and a granddaughter. WHO's about the same age age annabel would have been? Life is precious and it should be protected and it should be guarded in all respects and I have have reviewed all of the expert reports in this case I listened to the experts testimony. I firmly believe Miss Richardson. In fact I know in my my heart that if you would have made different decisions in this case and about would be here today and I know that it might be difficult for you to hear. Some people are inclined to think of themselves. You know this is America we kill unborn babies every day. But I don't look at it. That way Ms Richardson and the law does not allow me to consider the acts that you took prior to giving birth but I think that your choices before birth during birth an after you show a grotesque disregard For Life and I think when I look at this case that to to me is what offense The community sensibilities judge ODA sentence Schuyler to three years of supervised release if she violates the terms of her probation she could go to jail for a year. Schuyler was also sentenced to seven days in jail. Oh but was given credit for the seven days she already served. That meant Schuyler got to go home after the trial trial Annabel's remains were released. The Richardson family already had a burial plot. Attorney Charles M. rickers spoke spoke to the lawn crime child network after Schuyler was sentenced and was asked about the judge's statement to her. What would you say to those people? If you have an opportunity opportunist speak out to them here on long Crimea and opportunity to speak out people that still believe she got off. The prosecution just couldn't prove their case but they know in their hearts including one of the longed-for former law enforcement experts. Who testified still believes that that baby was alive? What do you say to the people that call her and believe she's a baby killer? Gobble banks one. I say to those people what and watch the entire trial. You're GonNa have a strong opinion like that about a young woman who spent an entire life loving other human beings including children On making a snap decision on whether or not ill child. You didn't watch the trial because I know from a number of focus groups from this jury and other people have spoken with those who watch the entirety of the trial so all the evidence that Skyler did not do Gile I know in my heart apart. She did not. And that's all for this episode as always I'd love to know your thoughts on this case. Do you believe baby. Annabelle was born alive. Or do you believe you've Schuyler that the baby was stillborn. How would you have voted if you were on this jury and do you think her sentence was fair? Let me know by joining the discussion on Instagram. At Court Junkie by tweeting me at court junkie pod or by e mailing me at podcast at court junkie dot com parts one and two of the Brook Schuyler. Richardson case were researched and written by Jennifer tickner from the law and Crime Network. You you can find her on twitter at Jennifer tickner to listen to these episodes without all the ads to gain access to additional court junkie content or or. Just see how you can support this podcast. GO TO COURT JUNKIE DOT com slash support and Leslie. There's a podcast called expeditiously with tippety. Tippety I Harris and it starting off the new year with two amazing episodes. You won't WanNa Miss I. He's talking with Terrell G. P. Henson Star of empire about career in film and television then tips at stone with Mike Tyson for a no-holds-barred interview that is both hilarious and informative be sure to subscribe on. podcast one apple podcasts. And many other podcast APPS so you can get new episodes every week. Thanks again for listening until next time..

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"With regard to count one we the jury in the above caption case. Find the defendant Brooke Schuyler. Richardson not guilty of the offence of aggravated murder and there appear to be twelve jury signatures fixed verdict forum to involuntary manslaughter. We the jury in the above caption case Dubai right here by. Find The defendant Brooks Richardson not guilty of the offensive involuntary manslaughter. As the judge was reading the verdict Schuyler took a deep breath and appeared to be emotional. Her attorneys put their arms around her judge Oda continued to read the verdict form. Count three child endangerment we the jury find the defendant Brooks Scholar Richardson not guilty of child. Endangerment Schuyler broke broke down just then placed her hand over her mouth and began to cry verdict. Four number four we the jury in the above caption case. Find the defendant Brooke Schuyler. Richardson guilty of the offence of abuse. Of course Schuyler continued to be emotional in the courtroom. Her parents came in Scott sat behind her holding hands. They were emotional to the jury then left the courtroom Schuyler bail was revoked and she was placed raced into handcuffs booked into jail until his sentencing. Hearing the next day. Kim could be heard saying I love you so much. I love you to her daughter. For conviction of abuse of a corpse Schuyler could face up to twelve months in prison but because of her lack of criminal record both sides agreed that she likely faced only six months in jail or probation time at her sentencing. Judge Oda talked about his decision to allow cameras in the courtroom I think there is some value in the community. Having the opportunity to actually watch. Is this trial. I only have Forty seats in the courtroom So it's out there So if people want to know what happened in the trial they they can go watch for themselves. They don't have to rely on what somebody posts about it. Or what somebody tweets about it they can see the actual evidence that was presented. One of the reasons that I how did this is so that the community whether they agreed with the verdict or not would have confidence in the way that Decision decision was reached. So somebody comes up to you and talks about how We have a baby killer that got off in Warren County or we have an innocent person who was convicted convicted and didn't do anything wrong. We can direct them to the actual evidence so that maybe you can get a better idea of whether or not they have an accurate opinion of whether justice justice was served in this case he then asked Schuyler if she had anything to say. Richardson you get the last word in all of this. Is there anything that you want told me. Before I impose a sentence thank you. You're on our. I would do anything above that. You ask and I understand and I just wanted to say how sorry sorry I was. I can sometimes be selfish but I would like to think that I've become better in the knowledge that I've upset everyone and hurt so many people with what I've done and I'm forever. Sorry I'm so sorry I I'm really really sorry I understand stand and thank you. Judge Oda told Schuyler that he has a daughter the same age is her and a granddaughter. WHO's about the same age age annabel would have been? Life is precious and it should be protected and it should be guarded in all respects and I have have reviewed all of the expert reports in this case I listened to the experts testimony. I firmly believe Miss Richardson. In fact I know in my my heart that if you would have made different decisions in this case and about would be here today and I know that it might be difficult for you to hear. Some people are inclined to think of themselves. You know this is America we kill unborn babies every day. But I don't look at it. That way Ms Richardson and the law does not allow me to consider the acts that you took prior to giving birth but I think that your choices before birth during birth an after you show a grotesque disregard For Life and I think when I look at this case that to to me is what offense The community sensibilities judge ODA sentence Schuyler to three years of supervised release if she violates the terms of her probation she could go to jail for a year. Schuyler was also sentenced to seven days in jail. Oh but was given credit for the seven days she already served. That meant Schuyler got to go home after the trial trial Annabel's remains were released. The Richardson family already had a burial plot. Attorney Charles M. rickers spoke spoke to the lawn crime child network after Schuyler was sentenced and was asked about the judge's statement to her. What would you say to those people? If you have an opportunity opportunist speak out to them here on long Crimea and opportunity to speak out people that still believe she got off. The prosecution just couldn't prove their case but they know in their hearts including one of the longed-for former law enforcement experts. Who testified still believes that that baby was alive? What do you say to the people that call her and believe she's a baby killer? Gobble banks one. I say to those people what and watch the entire trial. You're GonNa have a strong opinion like that about a young woman who spent an entire life loving other human beings including children On making a snap decision on whether or not ill child. You didn't watch the trial because I know from a number of focus groups from this jury and other people have spoken with those who watch the entirety of the trial so all the evidence that Skyler did not do Gile I know in my heart apart. She did not. And that's all for this episode as always I'd love to know your thoughts on this case. Do you believe baby. Annabelle was born alive. Or do you believe you've Schuyler that the baby was stillborn. How would you have voted if you were on this jury and do you think her sentence was fair? Let me know by joining the discussion on Instagram. At Court Junkie by tweeting me at court junkie pod or by e mailing me at podcast at court junkie dot com parts one and two of the Brook Schuyler. Richardson case were researched and written by Jennifer tickner from the law and Crime Network. You you can find her on twitter at Jennifer tickner to listen to these episodes without all the ads to gain access to additional court junkie content or or. Just see how you can support this podcast. GO TO COURT JUNKIE DOT com slash support and Leslie. There's a podcast called expeditiously with tippety. Tippety I Harris and it starting off the new year with two amazing episodes. You won't WanNa Miss I. He's talking with Terrell G. P. Henson Star of empire about career in film and television then tips at stone with Mike Tyson for a no-holds-barred interview that is both hilarious and informative be sure to subscribe on. podcast one apple podcasts. And many other podcast APPS so you can get new episodes every week. Thanks again for listening until next time..

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"To technically technically there are nine steps but it really consists of two essential steps. I the interrogator expresses absolute certainty of the suspects killed. They communicate to them. We know you're guilty. Nothing you say will convince US otherwise. And they cut off any denials protestations of of innocence. Having scared the suspect like that they then do various things which we call minimizing the crime these various ways of suggesting even explicitly explicitly telling the defendant that if you confess it won't be that bad it may be that your role was secondary or there were mitigating circumstances or any of the great number of minimization techniques or themes. He said it's that combination that breaks down people including innocent people. Confrontation scares the defendant into thinking. It's futile to maintain innocence and minimization makes the defendant or suspect conclude that confessing won't be that bad and if you reach that those two conclusions taking together just as a basic cost benefit analysis you'll conclude that confessing might be your best way out doc. Professor Hirsch was asked to assess scholars. Police interrogation DHS The officers in the July twentieth interrogation of the defendant. It used a very aggressive version of the techniques. Explain that to the jury so right at the outset they told Schuyler that with medical scientific certainty. Her account where the baby was stillborn was false. That is standard confrontation and then they advanced any number of minimization themes bait lead on the main purpose of this interrogation was a burial for the baby of proper burial Israel. They told her that they knew she didn't harm the baby deliberately. They said that she'd been alone. And in shock. These are all fairly fairly typical minimization themes but they went beyond that. They made to statements that I found particularly problematic. Pretended Fain said to her. It's it's not as if we're suddenly going to jump up and judge you and say you're going to jail and detective Carter said to her. You just tell us everything and then we can move on. Both of these comments indicate that the suspect will receive zero punishment if she confesses not a light sentence not a benign treatment treatment but zero punishment and that is an extreme and particularly troubling minimization tactic. Professor Hirsch said it's problematic because it can break down an innocent person and lead them to confess he also said the use of the word. Gurgle was troubling to him. This was a subset of a broader phenomenon. Where there was? There were several examples where skyler seemed to echo language or information information that had been given to her by interrogators. And that's perhaps the most obvious example Lieutenant Fain suggested her more than once daily Curgel that the baby gergo which is somewhat unusual notionally to me and later on Schuyler says the baby Gurgle and we find this in many cases of proven false. Confessions we see instances where the suspect has basically spat back information or ideas that was supplied by law enforcement. Uh on cross examination. Prosecutors pointed out that the Reid technique does produce reliable confessions with respect to minimization. And there are times that people want to say something that they did but because of the consequences that they think they may face. They may be reluctant to do that. Is that fair to say if I'm limited yes or no. Yes and minimization can help put them ease with that if they can then not focus on the consequences but just saying what they want to say. Is that fair. I I'm stuck with yes or no. Yes yes okay fair. I think it's a a little misleading to leave it there. He was able to finish that response on redirect by the defense what I tell. People is the problem with the read method breath. It is not that it's ineffective. The problem is that it's too effective it does break down some guilty defendants for sure suspects but it also breaks down some innocent suspect uh-huh the defense also called a series of witnesses to talk about Schuyler character. Her younger brother Jackson said he first noticed Schuyler Schuyler struggling with her weight when she was in eighth grade when Schuyler she has problems with the eating the chipper purge throw Yeah I I I heard on a constant basis. Get sick every night or so. Sometimes I wouldn't I I. It wasn't unusual to hear get sick and I just I knew it was part of eating disorder. She had it I hated the here but I never WanNa talk doctor about an acre. Feel bad about it. I just wanted to be happy so I would just turn the TV listen to music or be asleep by the block the Dow. Could you hear it from your bedroom when she was in the bathroom houses. Tobin on your family. It's definitely been hard I just seeing my mom cry. That hurts and I mean I've only seen my dad. Cry Twice and bad broke broke me. I hate seeing that in just my mom just constantly impairing that someone's watching and I just hate this year like that. I mean people saying things my sister. I just wish we're going to have a normal life now but on two years now it just seems like it's not gonNA end. Jackson said his sister is an affectionate kind and caring person as he testified Schuyler wiped a tear from her eye scholars. Friends told the jury about her volunteer work her time helping children and her willingness to help others they also said they knew her weight to fluctuate up and down some more aware of her eating disorder than others. The defense hired their own forensic pathologist to review the autopsy and the reports concerning the death of Annabel. Dr Mark Leave. Aw told the jury he could not rule on a cause and manner of death. Instead saying that Annabelle died by undetermined means and circumstances. He he said the bones showed no signs of thermal injury or burning no evidence of trauma and that there's no way of knowing by looking at them if the baby was born alive or not not. It's for those reasons. Dr Lavar said that he disagrees with Dr Brown's determination that Annabelle died from homicidal violence silence on cross examination. However Dr Leva agreed with prosecutors? That you wouldn't be able to see evidence of homicidal violence if the baby died from drowning or was strangled in their closing arguments. Prosecutors reiterated the alleged motive Schuyler daughter daughter was an unwanted child that would ruin her perfect life and she was determined to maintain that perfect life at all costs. Having a child that was the result of a less than one month casual relationship was not part of her perfect life so broke capture secret. Krit a secret that she knew had the ability to destroy her perfect life and all of the plans that she had made a secret that would forever alter her relationships with the two people that matter most to her her mom and brandon she said Schuyler chose to hide and conceal her child and when the time came Schuyler killed her baby and buried her in the backyard to get rid of any evidence that she ever existed.

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"To technically technically there are nine steps but it really consists of two essential steps. I the interrogator expresses absolute certainty of the suspects killed. They communicate to them. We know you're guilty. Nothing you say will convince US otherwise. And they cut off any denials protestations of of innocence. Having scared the suspect like that they then do various things which we call minimizing the crime these various ways of suggesting even explicitly explicitly telling the defendant that if you confess it won't be that bad it may be that your role was secondary or there were mitigating circumstances or any of the great number of minimization techniques or themes. He said it's that combination that breaks down people including innocent people. Confrontation scares the defendant into thinking. It's futile to maintain innocence and minimization makes the defendant or suspect conclude that confessing won't be that bad and if you reach that those two conclusions taking together just as a basic cost benefit analysis you'll conclude that confessing might be your best way out doc. Professor Hirsch was asked to assess scholars. Police interrogation DHS The officers in the July twentieth interrogation of the defendant. It used a very aggressive version of the techniques. Explain that to the jury so right at the outset they told Schuyler that with medical scientific certainty. Her account where the baby was stillborn was false. That is standard confrontation and then they advanced any number of minimization themes bait lead on the main purpose of this interrogation was a burial for the baby of proper burial Israel. They told her that they knew she didn't harm the baby deliberately. They said that she'd been alone. And in shock. These are all fairly fairly typical minimization themes but they went beyond that. They made to statements that I found particularly problematic. Pretended Fain said to her. It's it's not as if we're suddenly going to jump up and judge you and say you're going to jail and detective Carter said to her. You just tell us everything and then we can move on. Both of these comments indicate that the suspect will receive zero punishment if she confesses not a light sentence not a benign treatment treatment but zero punishment and that is an extreme and particularly troubling minimization tactic. Professor Hirsch said it's problematic because it can break down an innocent person and lead them to confess he also said the use of the word. Gurgle was troubling to him. This was a subset of a broader phenomenon. Where there was? There were several examples where skyler seemed to echo language or information information that had been given to her by interrogators. And that's perhaps the most obvious example Lieutenant Fain suggested her more than once daily Curgel that the baby gergo which is somewhat unusual notionally to me and later on Schuyler says the baby Gurgle and we find this in many cases of proven false. Confessions we see instances where the suspect has basically spat back information or ideas that was supplied by law enforcement. Uh on cross examination. Prosecutors pointed out that the Reid technique does produce reliable confessions with respect to minimization. And there are times that people want to say something that they did but because of the consequences that they think they may face. They may be reluctant to do that. Is that fair to say if I'm limited yes or no. Yes and minimization can help put them ease with that if they can then not focus on the consequences but just saying what they want to say. Is that fair. I I'm stuck with yes or no. Yes yes okay fair. I think it's a a little misleading to leave it there. He was able to finish that response on redirect by the defense what I tell. People is the problem with the read method breath. It is not that it's ineffective. The problem is that it's too effective it does break down some guilty defendants for sure suspects but it also breaks down some innocent suspect uh-huh the defense also called a series of witnesses to talk about Schuyler character. Her younger brother Jackson said he first noticed Schuyler Schuyler struggling with her weight when she was in eighth grade when Schuyler she has problems with the eating the chipper purge throw Yeah I I I heard on a constant basis. Get sick every night or so. Sometimes I wouldn't I I. It wasn't unusual to hear get sick and I just I knew it was part of eating disorder. She had it I hated the here but I never WanNa talk doctor about an acre. Feel bad about it. I just wanted to be happy so I would just turn the TV listen to music or be asleep by the block the Dow. Could you hear it from your bedroom when she was in the bathroom houses. Tobin on your family. It's definitely been hard I just seeing my mom cry. That hurts and I mean I've only seen my dad. Cry Twice and bad broke broke me. I hate seeing that in just my mom just constantly impairing that someone's watching and I just hate this year like that. I mean people saying things my sister. I just wish we're going to have a normal life now but on two years now it just seems like it's not gonNA end. Jackson said his sister is an affectionate kind and caring person as he testified Schuyler wiped a tear from her eye scholars. Friends told the jury about her volunteer work her time helping children and her willingness to help others they also said they knew her weight to fluctuate up and down some more aware of her eating disorder than others. The defense hired their own forensic pathologist to review the autopsy and the reports concerning the death of Annabel. Dr Mark Leave. Aw told the jury he could not rule on a cause and manner of death. Instead saying that Annabelle died by undetermined means and circumstances. He he said the bones showed no signs of thermal injury or burning no evidence of trauma and that there's no way of knowing by looking at them if the baby was born alive or not not. It's for those reasons. Dr Lavar said that he disagrees with Dr Brown's determination that Annabelle died from homicidal violence silence on cross examination. However Dr Leva agreed with prosecutors? That you wouldn't be able to see evidence of homicidal violence if the baby died from drowning or was strangled in their closing arguments. Prosecutors reiterated the alleged motive Schuyler daughter daughter was an unwanted child that would ruin her perfect life and she was determined to maintain that perfect life at all costs. Having a child that was the result of a less than one month casual relationship was not part of her perfect life so broke capture secret. Krit a secret that she knew had the ability to destroy her perfect life and all of the plans that she had made a secret that would forever alter her relationships with the two people that matter most to her her mom and brandon she said Schuyler chose to hide and conceal her child and when the time came Schuyler killed her baby and buried her in the backyard to get rid of any evidence that she ever existed.

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"The defense called Schuyler father to testify for their case in chief Scott. Richardson described the town. The family lived in as small and close knit. He he said Schuyler is daddy's little girl growing up. He said she tried playing softball soccer and tennis but cheerleading stuck. Doc by Highschool Schuyler was cheering. Competitively she also volunteered to help out with the rainbows special needs team about. When did you first notice her problems with eating looking back I know he started when she was about twelve? But I don't think I really noticed until she was in the eighth grade. Okay so how would scholar in eighth grade approach. You turned thirteen fourteen in that range. And when you say looking back you think he was around twelve What sorts of things I conclude you in out problem with her eating? It started hiding food and a room. I mean just like the Atari describe it or wait started fluctuate and she was a little kid neat normally around us And she was overly concerned with how the caloric intake at some point You can get concerned enough where you got her and treatment. We tried several different things. She was first to Dietitian nutritionist. Ns because we thought maybe that was her concern. Children's Medical Center. Several therapists was just nothing really seemed to help and we just kept trying to do what we could and this was as early as what. What grade do you think she? I started treatment. I think it was the eighth grade. Scott said Schuyler was bullied in eighth grade. She was not confrontational L.. And wouldn't stand up for herself around her sophomore year. Her weight fluctuated by at least thirty pounds and just six months. She was up in wait during her sophomore summer. Then down in weight sophomore year and back up again going into junior year. The judge instructed the jury that the defenses offenses allowed to introduce character evidence in order to demonstrate that on the date in question Schuyler acted in conformity with this good character and did not commit the crimes of which she's accused. Jurors can consider issues of good character for this purpose not for sympathy. How surprised were found out that have been pregnant very The she delivered a baby and buried her in the backyard. We uh you said some things interrogation said why. Why did you lie lie was? Can you tell us what we didn't know. She was pregnant and we had struggled struggled with the whole eating disorder since she was twelve. Thirteen years old where she wasn't telling us what was going on. You know why she didn't feel comfortable a four now for coming to you saying she was pregnant. I wish I did. What would you and Kim have done? Schuyler had delivered alive baby on downstairs baby we would have taken it into the family and you've been that I think we would have been in shock and we probably would have been angry but if she told told you that she was pregnant immediately on April twenty six as soon as she found out. How do you think you would have reacted engery then? Shocked Scott explained how he had made burial arrangements for baby annabel including getting a burial plot he said he let Lieutenant Fain know about these arrangements. Quite believe we've been told that we could expect to get the remains back so I asked him if that was still the case and when we might table to do that so we could make arrangement. Okay did did you ultimately get get them back now. Kim had been subpoenaed by the prosecution so she wasn't allowed to be in the courtroom listening to testimony but she was at the courthouse every day. Scott said he was unaware that she had been cheering. Schuyler on to lose weight was big in your life. Scott not having an attorney for the second interrogation what on you can tell the the jury one thing about Skylab stand what would it be. She would never hurt another living being a baby on cross examination. Prosecutors asked Scott if he would have helped helps Schuyler had he known that she was pregnant. That baby wouldn't have wanted for anything. You would have made sure that all of that was provided for had. She come and told you in fact that she was pregnant. Is that fair to say yes. And let's go to the middle of the knife on May seven when she. It was going into Labor if she came down to you even if she hadn't told you that she was pregnant up until that point if she'd have come and woken you and Kim Up and told you that she was pregnant and that she needed help you guys would have given it to her. Wanted you guess. Driven her to the hospital if necessary. Guess you'd have called an ambulance. You've done whatever you could to make sure your daughter and her daughter were safe. Is that fair. Yes and the defense also called an interrogation expert. Professor Alan Hirsch. If you're a longtime court junkie you may recognize that name. MM-HMM I interviewed Professor Hersch Court Junkie brief. I did a while back on false. Confessions Professor Hersch attended Yale. Law School is an attorney attorney and also teaches law related courses at Williams College. According to Professor Hirsch there are two kinds of confession experts Mental health professionals clinical psychologist or psychiatrist to evaluate whether or not the defendant is susceptible to coercion and then there are are also experts like himself legal scholars whose expertise is in the interrogation methods that contribute to false confessions professor. Hersch testified testified. That false confessions are broken down into three categories. The first is voluntary. Someone who comes forward outside of an interrogation about committing a crime they did not commit. The second is coerced compliance confession. Someone who under interrogation knows. They're are innocent but concludes their best off if they confess and the third is coerced internalized. False confession where the suspect actually comes comes to believe. They committed the crime. The Reid technique was recently popularized when the TV series when they see US revisited. The case about the central park five it was developed in the nineteen fifties in the United States by John e read psychologist polygraph expert and former Chicago police officer Professor Hersch explained to the jury what he says are the pitfalls of that technique.

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07:30 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"The defense called Schuyler father to testify for their case in chief Scott. Richardson described the town. The family lived in as small and close knit. He he said Schuyler is daddy's little girl growing up. He said she tried playing softball soccer and tennis but cheerleading stuck. Doc by Highschool Schuyler was cheering. Competitively she also volunteered to help out with the rainbows special needs team about. When did you first notice her problems with eating looking back I know he started when she was about twelve? But I don't think I really noticed until she was in the eighth grade. Okay so how would scholar in eighth grade approach. You turned thirteen fourteen in that range. And when you say looking back you think he was around twelve What sorts of things I conclude you in out problem with her eating? It started hiding food and a room. I mean just like the Atari describe it or wait started fluctuate and she was a little kid neat normally around us And she was overly concerned with how the caloric intake at some point You can get concerned enough where you got her and treatment. We tried several different things. She was first to Dietitian nutritionist. Ns because we thought maybe that was her concern. Children's Medical Center. Several therapists was just nothing really seemed to help and we just kept trying to do what we could and this was as early as what. What grade do you think she? I started treatment. I think it was the eighth grade. Scott said Schuyler was bullied in eighth grade. She was not confrontational L.. And wouldn't stand up for herself around her sophomore year. Her weight fluctuated by at least thirty pounds and just six months. She was up in wait during her sophomore summer. Then down in weight sophomore year and back up again going into junior year. The judge instructed the jury that the defenses offenses allowed to introduce character evidence in order to demonstrate that on the date in question Schuyler acted in conformity with this good character and did not commit the crimes of which she's accused. Jurors can consider issues of good character for this purpose not for sympathy. How surprised were found out that have been pregnant very The she delivered a baby and buried her in the backyard. We uh you said some things interrogation said why. Why did you lie lie was? Can you tell us what we didn't know. She was pregnant and we had struggled struggled with the whole eating disorder since she was twelve. Thirteen years old where she wasn't telling us what was going on. You know why she didn't feel comfortable a four now for coming to you saying she was pregnant. I wish I did. What would you and Kim have done? Schuyler had delivered alive baby on downstairs baby we would have taken it into the family and you've been that I think we would have been in shock and we probably would have been angry but if she told told you that she was pregnant immediately on April twenty six as soon as she found out. How do you think you would have reacted engery then? Shocked Scott explained how he had made burial arrangements for baby annabel including getting a burial plot he said he let Lieutenant Fain know about these arrangements. Quite believe we've been told that we could expect to get the remains back so I asked him if that was still the case and when we might table to do that so we could make arrangement. Okay did did you ultimately get get them back now. Kim had been subpoenaed by the prosecution so she wasn't allowed to be in the courtroom listening to testimony but she was at the courthouse every day. Scott said he was unaware that she had been cheering. Schuyler on to lose weight was big in your life. Scott not having an attorney for the second interrogation what on you can tell the the jury one thing about Skylab stand what would it be. She would never hurt another living being a baby on cross examination. Prosecutors asked Scott if he would have helped helps Schuyler had he known that she was pregnant. That baby wouldn't have wanted for anything. You would have made sure that all of that was provided for had. She come and told you in fact that she was pregnant. Is that fair to say yes. And let's go to the middle of the knife on May seven when she. It was going into Labor if she came down to you even if she hadn't told you that she was pregnant up until that point if she'd have come and woken you and Kim Up and told you that she was pregnant and that she needed help you guys would have given it to her. Wanted you guess. Driven her to the hospital if necessary. Guess you'd have called an ambulance. You've done whatever you could to make sure your daughter and her daughter were safe. Is that fair. Yes and the defense also called an interrogation expert. Professor Alan Hirsch. If you're a longtime court junkie you may recognize that name. MM-HMM I interviewed Professor Hersch Court Junkie brief. I did a while back on false. Confessions Professor Hersch attended Yale. Law School is an attorney attorney and also teaches law related courses at Williams College. According to Professor Hirsch there are two kinds of confession experts Mental health professionals clinical psychologist or psychiatrist to evaluate whether or not the defendant is susceptible to coercion and then there are are also experts like himself legal scholars whose expertise is in the interrogation methods that contribute to false confessions professor. Hersch testified testified. That false confessions are broken down into three categories. The first is voluntary. Someone who comes forward outside of an interrogation about committing a crime they did not commit. The second is coerced compliance confession. Someone who under interrogation knows. They're are innocent but concludes their best off if they confess and the third is coerced internalized. False confession where the suspect actually comes comes to believe. They committed the crime. The Reid technique was recently popularized when the TV series when they see US revisited. The case about the central park five it was developed in the nineteen fifties in the United States by John e read psychologist polygraph expert and former Chicago police officer Professor Hersch explained to the jury what he says are the pitfalls of that technique.

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"I would say so. What did you cope with this relationship? Him a long life and is that something you and her both talked about. I don't think that we talked about it now. Did you think that she felt the same. Way Yeah in the days following Prom Brandon said. Schuyler never told him that she had given birth. She didn't tell him about burying her baby in in the backyard. Either in fact Brandon said. He only found out about what was happening. Because as friends kept sending him photos of the Richardson's house with crime scene tape wrapped around it on July fourteenth the next day's Schuyler texted brandon quote brandon. I'm so sorry I feel like I'm absolutely losing using everything right now. I am having an extremely hard time staying strong. I lost a child and now all this I just feel so broken and feel like I'm losing you. I am so sorry. Three days later Brandon Texted Schuyler. I got on your instagram and blocked. trae am sorry that that was too far as I went over and part one Schuyler and her mother texted a lot. These text messages. Were read out loud for for the jury April twenty fifth two thousand Seventeen Schuyler text message to mom kin asking to not go to her scheduled gynecologist ecologist appointment the next day because she was scared to get on the pill and was panicking about prom. Kim told Schuyler that she needed to go. Oh that she's worried that skyler might get pregnant quote. Don't be mad at me and thinking of your future. If you do adult things you need to take. Adult actions ends and be responsible. I only want you to reach your potential and not have any roadblocks. It's either stop doing that or be responsible. I'm helping you not not hurting you okay Schuyler replied. I'm not mad at you. I'm just very scared to go and I'm scared that it's a boy Dr Kim. He said it's a boy doctor. That's the same guy I go to Schuyler then said okay in court. Prosecutors revealed the following deleted text message from Kim to Schuyler quote. He brought you into this world. He's a very good doctor. If you want you can go to planned parenthood but have have to pay out of pocket and the doctors are not quality. My doctor is a surgeon and has been doing this for years. I am sick about it too but I have to do. What's best for are your future so you will have one later that day Schuyler texted Kim? Seriously I'm so glad I went for a run today. Though that really boosted my mindset insight and mood came replied great I am so happy you needed it and it will help with your dress Schuyler said definitely and I noticed my shorts a lot looser. Kim said great see how quick you can turn it around. Hit another round of sit-ups later tonight it will only help definitely skyla replied. Schuyler saw Dr Andrew on April Twenty Six when she found out that she was pregnant on May First Kim asked Schuyler about an email she had received from Dr Andrew's office an email that said pt P. R. E. Nan. T- She has Schuyler what that meant in Skyla responded that she had no clue and after a few more text exchanges Schuyler assured her mom but she will call them quote. Please still have a good day. Mommy I'm sorry if you're stressed now but I wouldn't be getting smaller if I was and I wouldn't be on birth birth control. I love you. Please don't be mad at near sad. It was just an accident please. Let's have a good day. It's probably the day after that text exchange on May Second Kim texted Schuyler and asked if she's feeling better Schuyler said yeah. I slept for about thirty minutes just before I had to get up and that definitely helped ready to tackle the day. Kim responded great. Your hormones are definitely going to be wacky so just relax take advil then a few months. You'll be super regular and all will be well. Schuyler said thanks I will. These are horrible. It feels like some of the worst period cramps. But I'll survive. My workout will help relax them later. Kim said yes it will relax them at. At least this means the pills are starting to work on you. Two days later on May fourth the day before prom. Schuyler texted Kim quote. Boston stood up with three hundred calories on the treadmill which was pretty good for how I am feeling. Couldn't get a picture to show off because I was talking to Lynnwood. Ll but I'm headed home. Kim responded you look amazing to which Schuyler said thanks so much. I feel amazing two days after prom on May seventh Schuyler sent a text message to her mom which is later found to have been deleted quote. I'm literally speechless with how happy. Yeah I am my belly is back. OMG I am never ever ever letting it get like this again. You're about to see me. Look freaking better than before four O. M. G. on May Seventeenth Schuyler texted Kim quote. I feel awesome. That was so great. I'm so happy in proud. First Thing Lynnwood said to me was wow you look great. How much weight have you lost? And it made me feel so incredibly proud to say twenty pounds then he announced to the whole class and everyone clapped and cheered for me. It made me feel so good Kim said I could cry. You were literally my hero Arrow Schuyler later replied. You know what's crazy when I went to guy. No on April twenty fifth. I was one hundred and forty nine pounds and today. Hey I weighed one hundred nineteen pounds. That's literally thirty pounds. Gone Kim said literally amazing and crazy to do the math on that. I'm so proud you do this for you and you are so happy now. That's all I ever want for you on July first. Kim Texted Schuyler earlier quote hilltop. Gyn left a message. You're due for your follow. Make a reminder on your calendar to call Monday schedule your appointment for your follow up on pills you will have to go in and plan to be there at least an hour Schuyler said okay. The defense was able to ask the digital forensic examiner about not only what was in the data he recovered from Schuyler devices but about what he didn't find nothing nothing on the phone. No search there was testimony. Scholars said she was a little bit vacation or she searched for her. She said it would have been how not to have or get rid of a baby any surge. John Her phone life that not that. I saw anything on her phone about murdering killing a baby. No websites cookies of websites anything that would be sinister. Earn motivation in the cookies. Now no after the state rested the court proceeded to a standard judgment of acquittal. Hearing this is when on the defense argues that the state has not met their burden of proof and asked the judge dismissed the charges against their client. Judge Oda ruled that the State had presented evidence for the most serious of Schuyler offenses but Schuyler was not aware of pending investigation against her and so could not have been tampering with evidence. That charge.

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"I would say so. What did you cope with this relationship? Him a long life and is that something you and her both talked about. I don't think that we talked about it now. Did you think that she felt the same. Way Yeah in the days following Prom Brandon said. Schuyler never told him that she had given birth. She didn't tell him about burying her baby in in the backyard. Either in fact Brandon said. He only found out about what was happening. Because as friends kept sending him photos of the Richardson's house with crime scene tape wrapped around it on July fourteenth the next day's Schuyler texted brandon quote brandon. I'm so sorry I feel like I'm absolutely losing using everything right now. I am having an extremely hard time staying strong. I lost a child and now all this I just feel so broken and feel like I'm losing you. I am so sorry. Three days later Brandon Texted Schuyler. I got on your instagram and blocked. trae am sorry that that was too far as I went over and part one Schuyler and her mother texted a lot. These text messages. Were read out loud for for the jury April twenty fifth two thousand Seventeen Schuyler text message to mom kin asking to not go to her scheduled gynecologist ecologist appointment the next day because she was scared to get on the pill and was panicking about prom. Kim told Schuyler that she needed to go. Oh that she's worried that skyler might get pregnant quote. Don't be mad at me and thinking of your future. If you do adult things you need to take. Adult actions ends and be responsible. I only want you to reach your potential and not have any roadblocks. It's either stop doing that or be responsible. I'm helping you not not hurting you okay Schuyler replied. I'm not mad at you. I'm just very scared to go and I'm scared that it's a boy Dr Kim. He said it's a boy doctor. That's the same guy I go to Schuyler then said okay in court. Prosecutors revealed the following deleted text message from Kim to Schuyler quote. He brought you into this world. He's a very good doctor. If you want you can go to planned parenthood but have have to pay out of pocket and the doctors are not quality. My doctor is a surgeon and has been doing this for years. I am sick about it too but I have to do. What's best for are your future so you will have one later that day Schuyler texted Kim? Seriously I'm so glad I went for a run today. Though that really boosted my mindset insight and mood came replied great I am so happy you needed it and it will help with your dress Schuyler said definitely and I noticed my shorts a lot looser. Kim said great see how quick you can turn it around. Hit another round of sit-ups later tonight it will only help definitely skyla replied. Schuyler saw Dr Andrew on April Twenty Six when she found out that she was pregnant on May First Kim asked Schuyler about an email she had received from Dr Andrew's office an email that said pt P. R. E. Nan. T- She has Schuyler what that meant in Skyla responded that she had no clue and after a few more text exchanges Schuyler assured her mom but she will call them quote. Please still have a good day. Mommy I'm sorry if you're stressed now but I wouldn't be getting smaller if I was and I wouldn't be on birth birth control. I love you. Please don't be mad at near sad. It was just an accident please. Let's have a good day. It's probably the day after that text exchange on May Second Kim texted Schuyler and asked if she's feeling better Schuyler said yeah. I slept for about thirty minutes just before I had to get up and that definitely helped ready to tackle the day. Kim responded great. Your hormones are definitely going to be wacky so just relax take advil then a few months. You'll be super regular and all will be well. Schuyler said thanks I will. These are horrible. It feels like some of the worst period cramps. But I'll survive. My workout will help relax them later. Kim said yes it will relax them at. At least this means the pills are starting to work on you. Two days later on May fourth the day before prom. Schuyler texted Kim quote. Boston stood up with three hundred calories on the treadmill which was pretty good for how I am feeling. Couldn't get a picture to show off because I was talking to Lynnwood. Ll but I'm headed home. Kim responded you look amazing to which Schuyler said thanks so much. I feel amazing two days after prom on May seventh Schuyler sent a text message to her mom which is later found to have been deleted quote. I'm literally speechless with how happy. Yeah I am my belly is back. OMG I am never ever ever letting it get like this again. You're about to see me. Look freaking better than before four O. M. G. on May Seventeenth Schuyler texted Kim quote. I feel awesome. That was so great. I'm so happy in proud. First Thing Lynnwood said to me was wow you look great. How much weight have you lost? And it made me feel so incredibly proud to say twenty pounds then he announced to the whole class and everyone clapped and cheered for me. It made me feel so good Kim said I could cry. You were literally my hero Arrow Schuyler later replied. You know what's crazy when I went to guy. No on April twenty fifth. I was one hundred and forty nine pounds and today. Hey I weighed one hundred nineteen pounds. That's literally thirty pounds. Gone Kim said literally amazing and crazy to do the math on that. I'm so proud you do this for you and you are so happy now. That's all I ever want for you on July first. Kim Texted Schuyler earlier quote hilltop. Gyn left a message. You're due for your follow. Make a reminder on your calendar to call Monday schedule your appointment for your follow up on pills you will have to go in and plan to be there at least an hour Schuyler said okay. The defense was able to ask the digital forensic examiner about not only what was in the data he recovered from Schuyler devices but about what he didn't find nothing nothing on the phone. No search there was testimony. Scholars said she was a little bit vacation or she searched for her. She said it would have been how not to have or get rid of a baby any surge. John Her phone life that not that. I saw anything on her phone about murdering killing a baby. No websites cookies of websites anything that would be sinister. Earn motivation in the cookies. Now no after the state rested the court proceeded to a standard judgment of acquittal. Hearing this is when on the defense argues that the state has not met their burden of proof and asked the judge dismissed the charges against their client. Judge Oda ruled that the State had presented evidence for the most serious of Schuyler offenses but Schuyler was not aware of pending investigation against her and so could not have been tampering with evidence. That charge.

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Hey everyone before before we get started with today's episode. Just WanNa make a little disclaimer. Today's episode involves a sensitive topic. And although I will never give or play. Descriptions deemed seem to be too graphic in nature listener discretion is advised Brooke. Richardson Kill the baby that she didn't want and never intended tended to keep. She didn't plan for her pregnancy. She didn't prepare for her daughter's birth. It's September four Earth two thousand nineteen and prosecutors. Stephen Canadian is giving his opening statements to a Warren County Ohio jury. He's arguing that Brooke Schuyler. Kylo Richardson better known. As Schuyler is guilty of aggravated murder involuntary manslaughter and danger in a child. Tampering with evidence evidence and gross abuse of a corpse and the death of her own baby her actions and her statements demonstrate that she she had no intention of having this baby rather the decision on the life of Brooke's daughter was made eight before the child was even born. She was never going to see the light of day. No matter what in part at one I went over Schuyler case leading up to her trial to recap the eighteen year old high school. Cheerleader found out in two thousand seventeen that she was pregnant. Adnan in her third trimester the doctor told her she could expect to deliver her baby within ten weeks but less than two weeks later Schuyler L. Headstrong cramps on our prom night the following night when she tried to go to bed she couldn't sleep went to the bathroom and delivered a baby and when the time came in the middle of the night and she conceal her daughter no longer she took her her newborns life buried it in the backyard and destroyed any evidence of the existence of her daughter and just hours after putting her daughter in the ground she documented her feelings about exactly and what was going through her head at that time. I'm literally speechless with how happy I am. Skyler Schuyler told law enforcement about the death of her baby and the buried remains in the backyard. After being confronted months later in an interrogation room she was indicted by a grand jury and two years later went to trial. This is Jillian and you are listening to court Junkie Episode Ninety five part a two. It's that time of year where there's no better place to snuggle up with a good book and a warm drink than your very own home. Your furniture should suit your needs but also feel uniquely you. That's where joy bird comes in with joy bird. Your personal one of a kind style should match your furniture. Bring your mood boards to life with hundreds of customizable pieces and over fifty fabric options whether you're more of a neutral neutral beige or a bubblegum pink person. It's built by joy bird but created by you Edith Sofa and a golden hue or love seat in the hottest red joy. Birds got you're back. Gibert offers a range of kid in pet friendly upholstery options. So that your creations can stand the test of time the wrath of your friends and toddlers which is great for me since I currently have both free fabric. Swatch kids are available to let you see and touch other fabrics and help you make the perfect choice. Free Personal Design Design consultants are also on hand to help you go from inspiration to creation and they also have a three hundred sixty five day home trial where you can skip the furniture Richard Store and bring the showroom home. Sit on it sleep on it and break it in. If you don't love your bird return it joy stands by its quality and craftmanship. If it's not everything you hoped and dreamed for Senate back free returns within two weeks of delivery create furniture that matches your own fearless style at joy dot com slash court. See how joy bird can help. Make your dreams space a reality. Today go to joy dot com slash court and receive exclusive offer for twenty twenty five percent off your first order by using the code court ladies. What an amazing time we live in our phones are like little pocket computers shooters and pretty soon? Our cars will be driving us around but one thing has always seemed to stay the same coloring her hair so the typical options. Are you go to salon. Were you sit there all day and spending tons of money or you pick up a box kid convenience store but that seems to always dry out your hair or you can never get the color trade but now there's a new way madison read. It took a strong woman to shake up the hair coloring world. And that's exactly what amy did with Madison Reed but she named after her daughter Asia. Now you might be thinking okay. Sounds good but how do I match my color. Well medicine read gives you the tools you need so you can color with confidence. GET AMMONIA free free multi tonal hair-color delivered to your door for less than twenty five dollars. Visit Madison Dash Reed Dot Com. That's Madison Dash Reed Dot Com and now court. Junkies can get ten percent off plus free shipping on your first color. Use Code Court Junkie. That's Code Court Junkie at Madison Dash Shreve DOT COM Schuyler. Richardson was represented by Father Son. Ohio Attorneys Charles Age and Charles M.. Rigors here's the younger Charles M.. Rutgers gave opening statements on behalf of the defense he said Schuyler delivered a stillborn baby and named Turn Abou- He describes Schuyler sitting on the floor of her bathroom holding her baby. That is white not breathing not moving not making making any sounds and with an umbilical cord that is not attached. He said Schuyler mustard whatever strength she had left and went outside to her her backyard to dig a shallow grave. She placed Annabel in the whole covered her with dirt and dragged a twenty five pound flowerpot in front front of the grave. She put flowers on the grave. Went back inside and collapsed in bed from her window. She can see this braeside and she did bury Annabel showery prosecutors discussion about concealed destroy. She buried her daughter and mark the grave. Flowers on top of craft and shouldn't broader dumpster. The defense says this case comes down to the interogations Gatien's I covered Schuyler to police interviews in depth in part one in her first interview. Schuyler denied harming her baby. Ed admitted to burying her in her backyard. A few days later a doctor examining Annabel's bones reported seeing possible charring on the bones and and said they may have been burned. Investigators brought Schuyler in for a second interview and asked her what about the fire. They wanted to find out if she burned her baby. The creamy is used for Peterlee by the police and they tell Schuyler essentially. I think you'll see this yourself. It better to just agree with us. Give us our truth. You're you're not going to accept that your truth won't be accepted so guess what your words. They get scholars. Say when they finally break her down when they repeatedly reviews of the nights I touched the baby with a lighter and tried to cremate her a little bit now. What is not possible? Is a child catching on fire by touching it with a life is not possible. Babies are eighty percent water and their conversation interrogation than it is in the police report. You that the flames went up to the chest before Schuyler thought it was wrong and put a mom. She's utterly confused by this whole conversation but she's getting the police what they asked her to give him and she just wants shoe. She and the police don't second guessing at all but it's impossible label to chuck touch a child with a wider and how the child catch on fire in an hours long interview without her parents. Or Attorney Present Ricker Says law enforcement made Schuyler Vulnerable Malleable and made her sad by saying she could only get Annabel's remains back for a proper burial if she she tells them the whole truth. They told her that they don't think she killed her baby but do think she saw signs of life. Rigors admitted that Skyler Schuyler told detectives Annabel Gurgles but only after they used the word gurgle first ricker said that like the burning issue detectives is wanted Schuyler to tell them their truth. Even if they're truth turned out to be wrong. The doctor who thought the bones may have been burned changed her opinion about about two weeks after Schuyler second interview and in this new report she said she saw no signs of burning. This case is about rush to judgement. And it's all about the segmentation it's the whole case. And if you can't if we know oh the police were able to break down and make her vulnerable in admit something that is scientifically impossible. Something that later is admitted to be wrong. They're going to base their entire case on the same same interrogation. They didn't when when they found out this was all wrong. They didn't hit a reset button. They didn't say we made.

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"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Hey everyone before before we get started with today's episode. Just WanNa make a little disclaimer. Today's episode involves a sensitive topic. And although I will never give or play. Descriptions deemed seem to be too graphic in nature listener discretion is advised Brooke. Richardson Kill the baby that she didn't want and never intended tended to keep. She didn't plan for her pregnancy. She didn't prepare for her daughter's birth. It's September four Earth two thousand nineteen and prosecutors. Stephen Canadian is giving his opening statements to a Warren County Ohio jury. He's arguing that Brooke Schuyler. Kylo Richardson better known. As Schuyler is guilty of aggravated murder involuntary manslaughter and danger in a child. Tampering with evidence evidence and gross abuse of a corpse and the death of her own baby her actions and her statements demonstrate that she she had no intention of having this baby rather the decision on the life of Brooke's daughter was made eight before the child was even born. She was never going to see the light of day. No matter what in part at one I went over Schuyler case leading up to her trial to recap the eighteen year old high school. Cheerleader found out in two thousand seventeen that she was pregnant. Adnan in her third trimester the doctor told her she could expect to deliver her baby within ten weeks but less than two weeks later Schuyler L. Headstrong cramps on our prom night the following night when she tried to go to bed she couldn't sleep went to the bathroom and delivered a baby and when the time came in the middle of the night and she conceal her daughter no longer she took her her newborns life buried it in the backyard and destroyed any evidence of the existence of her daughter and just hours after putting her daughter in the ground she documented her feelings about exactly and what was going through her head at that time. I'm literally speechless with how happy I am. Skyler Schuyler told law enforcement about the death of her baby and the buried remains in the backyard. After being confronted months later in an interrogation room she was indicted by a grand jury and two years later went to trial. This is Jillian and you are listening to court Junkie Episode Ninety five part a two. It's that time of year where there's no better place to snuggle up with a good book and a warm drink than your very own home. Your furniture should suit your needs but also feel uniquely you. That's where joy bird comes in with joy bird. Your personal one of a kind style should match your furniture. Bring your mood boards to life with hundreds of customizable pieces and over fifty fabric options whether you're more of a neutral neutral beige or a bubblegum pink person. It's built by joy bird but created by you Edith Sofa and a golden hue or love seat in the hottest red joy. Birds got you're back. Gibert offers a range of kid in pet friendly upholstery options. So that your creations can stand the test of time the wrath of your friends and toddlers which is great for me since I currently have both free fabric. Swatch kids are available to let you see and touch other fabrics and help you make the perfect choice. Free Personal Design Design consultants are also on hand to help you go from inspiration to creation and they also have a three hundred sixty five day home trial where you can skip the furniture Richard Store and bring the showroom home. Sit on it sleep on it and break it in. If you don't love your bird return it joy stands by its quality and craftmanship. If it's not everything you hoped and dreamed for Senate back free returns within two weeks of delivery create furniture that matches your own fearless style at joy dot com slash court. See how joy bird can help. Make your dreams space a reality. Today go to joy dot com slash court and receive exclusive offer for twenty twenty five percent off your first order by using the code court ladies. What an amazing time we live in our phones are like little pocket computers shooters and pretty soon? Our cars will be driving us around but one thing has always seemed to stay the same coloring her hair so the typical options. Are you go to salon. Were you sit there all day and spending tons of money or you pick up a box kid convenience store but that seems to always dry out your hair or you can never get the color trade but now there's a new way madison read. It took a strong woman to shake up the hair coloring world. And that's exactly what amy did with Madison Reed but she named after her daughter Asia. Now you might be thinking okay. Sounds good but how do I match my color. Well medicine read gives you the tools you need so you can color with confidence. GET AMMONIA free free multi tonal hair-color delivered to your door for less than twenty five dollars. Visit Madison Dash Reed Dot Com. That's Madison Dash Reed Dot Com and now court. Junkies can get ten percent off plus free shipping on your first color. Use Code Court Junkie. That's Code Court Junkie at Madison Dash Shreve DOT COM Schuyler. Richardson was represented by Father Son. Ohio Attorneys Charles Age and Charles M.. Rigors here's the younger Charles M.. Rutgers gave opening statements on behalf of the defense he said Schuyler delivered a stillborn baby and named Turn Abou- He describes Schuyler sitting on the floor of her bathroom holding her baby. That is white not breathing not moving not making making any sounds and with an umbilical cord that is not attached. He said Schuyler mustard whatever strength she had left and went outside to her her backyard to dig a shallow grave. She placed Annabel in the whole covered her with dirt and dragged a twenty five pound flowerpot in front front of the grave. She put flowers on the grave. Went back inside and collapsed in bed from her window. She can see this braeside and she did bury Annabel showery prosecutors discussion about concealed destroy. She buried her daughter and mark the grave. Flowers on top of craft and shouldn't broader dumpster. The defense says this case comes down to the interogations Gatien's I covered Schuyler to police interviews in depth in part one in her first interview. Schuyler denied harming her baby. Ed admitted to burying her in her backyard. A few days later a doctor examining Annabel's bones reported seeing possible charring on the bones and and said they may have been burned. Investigators brought Schuyler in for a second interview and asked her what about the fire. They wanted to find out if she burned her baby. The creamy is used for Peterlee by the police and they tell Schuyler essentially. I think you'll see this yourself. It better to just agree with us. Give us our truth. You're you're not going to accept that your truth won't be accepted so guess what your words. They get scholars. Say when they finally break her down when they repeatedly reviews of the nights I touched the baby with a lighter and tried to cremate her a little bit now. What is not possible? Is a child catching on fire by touching it with a life is not possible. Babies are eighty percent water and their conversation interrogation than it is in the police report. You that the flames went up to the chest before Schuyler thought it was wrong and put a mom. She's utterly confused by this whole conversation but she's getting the police what they asked her to give him and she just wants shoe. She and the police don't second guessing at all but it's impossible label to chuck touch a child with a wider and how the child catch on fire in an hours long interview without her parents. Or Attorney Present Ricker Says law enforcement made Schuyler Vulnerable Malleable and made her sad by saying she could only get Annabel's remains back for a proper burial if she she tells them the whole truth. They told her that they don't think she killed her baby but do think she saw signs of life. Rigors admitted that Skyler Schuyler told detectives Annabel Gurgles but only after they used the word gurgle first ricker said that like the burning issue detectives is wanted Schuyler to tell them their truth. Even if they're truth turned out to be wrong. The doctor who thought the bones may have been burned changed her opinion about about two weeks after Schuyler second interview and in this new report she said she saw no signs of burning. This case is about rush to judgement. And it's all about the segmentation it's the whole case. And if you can't if we know oh the police were able to break down and make her vulnerable in admit something that is scientifically impossible. Something that later is admitted to be wrong. They're going to base their entire case on the same same interrogation. They didn't when when they found out this was all wrong. They didn't hit a reset button. They didn't say we made.

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"skylar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The first time Jimmy interface of worked with Kathleen. She them every time they sold a home. Kathleen is my agent the hallway young every single time. Yes. Kathleen, also, inter fifties used to work on Wall Street in after having kids she got into the real estate business back in two thousand three though was right in the heart of the biggest housing boom in American history. When I began my career it was right on the upswing. Then of course, the whole bust came and then the market just slid down as a real estate agent. You just have to learn how to navigate a buyer's market versus a seller's market and right now, it's clearly good to be selling house since home prices hit their bottom after the crash. We've seen one of the biggest housing booms in US history in. The US since two thousand twelve home values have increased over fifty percent. That's a huge increase Skylar Olsen. The director of economic research at Zillow. She says this increase in home values has been driven by an explosion in demand. This demand has been fueled by low interest rates and improving Konami. And also just very very significantly sized demographic wave of people entering their early thirties. In other words, millennials are now starting to buy the first homes so demand surged what about supply Olsen says not so much one reason she says is that many baby boomers are in downsizing and selling their homes. These the other housing construction has been slow. So we're not building very quickly at all. The spy this demand. Boom prices have now climbed all the way back up to around the historical peaks before the housing crash, which raises the question are we in another bubble Wilson doesn't think so? So she says this boom is the last one the previous bottle was driven by excess credit. Remember, those things called subprime mortgages where banks gave big loans to people who couldn't pay them back. This current boom is driven by that. This price dynamic is driven more by fundamentals meaning lots of eager buyers, not enough homes for sale this boom is already ended in places like San Jose, San Francisco and Seattle which have all seen home prices fall over the last year there attending nut with a pop and a crash, but with a gentle deflation Olson believes that's a good sign for everywhere else. But I also spoke with Robert Schiller. He's a Nobel prize winning behavioral economists that yell and he's famous for predicting both the dot com and housing crashes last decade is he concerned that this is a bubble. I think we should be concerned Schumer says look back at history all those past housing booms. They all came to an end his research shows that over the long run home prices don't increase very much. Much. Once you factor in inflation. They go up, but they always come back down and with the housing market order, showing signs of weakness. He says another turning point could already be here. Greg result ski NPR news. Support for planet. Money comes from Baird for one hundred years. Baird has partnered with individuals businesses.

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"skylar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"skylar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Up next the longest running national radio science feature in the country with what to look for in the night sky and these science history Skylar behind those objects your host and presenter, sandy wood on ninety point three. K as e you. Start eight January seventh. Not many astronomical objects are also units of measurement. But one that is stands in the east at nightfall near the tip of one of the horns of Taurus the bull. You need a telescope to see the crab nebula because it's not very bright at visible wavelengths in xrays, though. It's one of the brightest objects in the sky. In fact, is x Ray brightness is defined as one crab the basic unit for the brightness of all x Ray targets. The nebula is the remnants of a supernova a massive star that blasted itself to bits almost a millennium ago as seen from earth shockwaves from the expanding debris heat gas and dust causing them to emit x rays. More xrays come from electrons that are spiraling through the powerful magnetic field generated by the stars. Dead core studying the rays helps astronomers piece together the history of the star. Dr and the process of its destruction. They reveal the chemical composition of some of the stars debris, which was produced in the star itself and during its demise. And they help trace the magnetic field that weaves through the nebula. In fact, x-rays are important tools for studying many of the most powerful objects and events.

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