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"todd cooper" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"As the father of four Bob. Mata appreciates a placid night of slumber. But on Tuesday July sixteenth. Two thousand thirteen. You will up at four am unable to sleep. The Chicago Area Criminal Attorney checked his office voicemail. That's when he saw that someone from California who'd left him a message guy starts out well. Brother got arrested done southern Illinois for Dui. I'm like Dui down there for Dui within the next minute he says but it sounds like with the actually arresting fours murder so then obviously my interest was piqued. It was a stroke of luck. Anthony Garcia's family had been cold calling lawyers looking for someone to defend. Anthony Bob. Montana was the first call back. It was two. Am California time when he got Anthony. Garcia's brother on the fall thirty minutes later Bob. Motta was retained handle his first murder case. I go upstairs awake my wife. Who's my law partner? Allison Mata got a murder case. We've got to get up and go to Jackson County. You got to find a sitter for the kids. When Anthony Garcia's extradition hearing came up the next day the Matas. Mr and Mrs were seated at the defense table your manningly consenting to the authorities from Nebraska to take you back to that state to deal with these charter you understand that. I'm not going to answer any questions. Regards to his State of mind at this point. The modest brought in Bob's father Robert Motta senior as co counsel is back in the the senior. Mata represented a clown turned serial killer named John Wayne guilty. I'd never tried a case with my dad. And he's towards the end of his career. He'd always said to me if you get a juicy murder that give me a call. I'll try with you and I call them half expecting him to be like. Nah I'm too old. I don't want to do it. And he was on board immediately so this ended up being that case that was the case. Right Anthony Garcia insisted. He was innocent but the modest were concerned that extensive press coverage of the murders was giving potential jurors. Only one side of the story. They needed to hear that there were so many other people with means motive and opportunity. That could have committed this crime. That makes much more sense than somebody waiting. Thirteen years to murder somebody that they knew for a very short period of time in pretrial hearings. The modest battled with prosecutors as if they were rival. Mma fighters. Todd Cooper remembers being in the judge's Chambers one day when Bob Modest started shouting at prosecutors there was a hearing where the Matas appeared by telephone. He was shouting screaming. The judge started pounding on the handset. Yelling shut up. Shut up into the into the microphone. I mean that. That's a pretrial hearing we were seen as the Chicago lawyers who came in stormed and our laws. You know. They didn't like us at all. Might it be easier to just list the people in Omaha that you did not offend the feelings when it comes to a death penalty case. Just don't come into play at all. I mean any lawyer that says they're worried about hurting people's feelings when another human being's life is at stake again as you probably get on the business. In the beginning the modern say Anthony Garcia was actively involved in his own defense. They say that changed over. Time as court delays stretched his time in pretrial isolation from months to years lost a lot of weight. And Bob. Mono- says his client's mental health deteriorated the fact that he was in solitary confinement for three years twenty three hours a day. You know mentally no one can withstand that prosecutors who were also concerned about Garcia's mental state asked the judge to order a lengthy psychiatric evaluation in the end Garcia was found competent to stand trial and a date was set for April. Two Thousand Sixteen then. This story took a most unexpected turn Thursday or Friday before that Monday started jury selection Alison Bodice says to US and two local. Tv STATIONS WE HAVE DNA tests. That proved that our guy was not at the hunter. Sherman's seen Allison Mada spook with W. O. W. T. TV via skype and their DNA. Evidence establishes undeniably unmistakably without doubt those murders. Were COMMITTED BY TWO PEOPLE. Not The claim was based on what the Matas believed to be a potential match between some unidentified DNA found on Shirley Sherman's Bandanna and some DNA taken from a suspect in another case. They're taking a liles from DNA. Bits and pieces and coming up with a theory that never made it to trial but she throws it out there on. The eve of trump and prosecutors are incensed and it really chap the judge. The judge took it as a clear attempt to send information to potential jurors that the state's case was suspect as a result. The trial was postponed again and the judge effectively kicked Alison. Mata off the case. The judge denies her application to practice in the state of Nebraska. Very controversial move. It was just I spoke to the public and that put information that could have you know. Been information to potential jurors and that violated the pretrial publicity rule. The matas wanted to fight allison's removal but what their client? Anthony Garcia apparently wanted was trial when the Matas appealed over his objection. Anthony Garcia completely stopped talking with his own lawyers. It deteriorated mentally coming into the trial to extent where he really hadn't. I mean he didn't say one word to us. This guy's mental state at that point was just dawn. It was September two thousand sixteen eight years after the first of four Omaha Calix when Dr Anthony Garcia finally got his day in court on hand to see it where the victims families who waited the longest arm. Anything is needed to determine for myself if he did it. The trial begins with a lucky break. All of a sudden you get handed the murder weapon. That was again and a bombshell witness a former stripper with a revealing story. Chew said I only date bad boys and he said well. I'M A bad boy..
"todd cooper" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Two months after Dr Roger Brownback and his wife. Mary were murdered in their Home Omaha. Detectives flew to Indiana ready to make an arrest. Their target was a former CREIGHTON. Med School Resident Dr Anthony Garcia. The detectives had arranged to have a SWAT team and forensic technicians on hand in Terre Haute. When they made the arrest Kersey is home but once their plane landed. That plan changed after we landed in Indianapolis on Sunday afternoon and turn their phones back on. We would observe that all of a sudden. Dr Garcia Cell Phone is no longer and Tara hope and he was mobile and he was traveling South Through Illinois. Which gave us obviously some concern. Because you thought he was headed where we didn't know exactly what was possible that he would return the next day so we kind of put our plans on hold hoping that he would return to his residence and we would affect does arrest at his residence fortunately to FBI agents who've been working with the Task Force were closer Illinois. They eventually found Garcia at a hotel off the interstate. Our hope was that in the morning he would get up and go home and we could grab there but that morning of course When the FBI agent Scott out he again was on the move and headed south. They missed him. They missed him and now he's truly in the wind. Yes reporter Todd Cooper would later learn that for three hours. All agents had to go on. Were Pink every thirty minutes from Garcia cellphone? They're going one hundred miles an hour. The Next Ping comes in a half hour later. And He's behind so now will you turn and we speed back. And they're scanning the southbound lanes and they finally find him tucked in behind a semi. And you know the wave of relief. That must've come over them with the help of Illinois State Troopers Garcia was finally pulled over although it was only eight thirty am. He had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit. The trooper said that has breath smelled of booze and then when he went to had to relieve himself. That that smell booze as well. Garcia was arrested on the spot for driving under the influence from his car. Police recovered a cell phone. A forty five caliber pistol fifty bullets a crowbar and a sledge hammer. He told COPS later on a road trip. Nora New Orleans but had no luggage and then the most challenging thing to me was in that back seat was an Lsu lab coat and a stethoscope investigators knew Garcia had been fired from lsu shreveport in two thousand eight. Was He on his way to confront doctors. They're only Anthony Garcia knows. He clammed up on Omaha. Detectives tried to talk with him. We introduced ourselves as detectives from the Omaha Police Department and that we were investigating homicides in our jurisdiction and Mr Garcia immediately asked for an attorney. That's it that's it. I mean at that point as an investigator. I can't continue questioning later that afternoon. Omaha police chief. Todd smarter steps before the cameras to the victim making the announcement that his city had been desperately waiting to hear arrested. This morning was Dr Anthony. Joseph Garcia for four counts of first degree murder and use of a weapon to commit the murders for the families of Roger and Mary. Brownback of Tom Hunter. And of Surely Sherman. The arrest was very welcome news. I'm at Walmart with my kids and Danny calls me and they made an arrest in the case and I think I forgot about twenty thirty items on my grocery shopping list because I was real happy and just had one of the carton rushed out of the grocery store and wanted to go home and watch the news with Anthony. Garcia's arrest Jeff. Hunter says he and his parents felt as if they could finally stop looking over their shoulders. I mean for five years. They're super paranoid. 'cause I mean for all we knew for all I always thought about. Was someone still trying to find my dad? Because that's that was always my hunch that someone was after either my mom or dad. Investigators dispatched to Anthony. Garcia's home in Tara. Indiana saw the outward sign posts of success. The house sat on a quiet street with a Ferrari in the drive but inside the house was practically empty bear rooms bear closets and barely any food in the living room. Detectives found a table stacked with financial documents mortgage information and insurance policies. Anthony Garcia was broke. His home facing foreclosure lit appeared to us that he had made some deliberate attempt to kind of lay things out so people could get his affairs in order. And we see those things homicide investigators when you investigate suicides so wherever he was headed when you arrested him maybe that was going to be his last journey anywhere. Those are thought that that was going to be as N. Game in addition to the documents taken from Garcia's home investigators had to go through all the data collected from his electronic devices. Cell phones tablets. Computers it is. I cloud account. You could see from his financial records that he was regularly going to alcohol stores that he was spending a lot of time at gentlemen's clubs in or around tear. Hoedt he was not working regularly so it looked to us. Collectively like his life was was falling apart. Hardly what Garcia's parents had envisioned for their son when he was growing up in southern California. Anthony Garcia's father. Fred worked for the postal service. His mother Stella a nurse had been born in Mexico. It was a proud moment. They told reporters when in nineteen ninety nine. The eldest of their three children graduated from medical school. There's a great poignant moment where Frederick Garcia and Anthony pile his belongings literally has an Radley Old van and drive across the country from California to upper state New York to start his medical career. How proud he must have been at that moment. A what started as the American dream was turning into something unthinkable if convicted of murdering four people Dr Anthony Garcia now forty years old face the death penalty who alleged motive. Revenge forgetting bad job recommendations with my wife got a murder case. We've got to get up and find a center for the kids husband and wife Defense Team Big City lawyers with a few big surprises. There were so many other people with means motive and opportunity. That could have committed this.
"todd cooper" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"The piano. Movers were suspicious. Their work orders said they were supposed to make a pickup at this house in West Omaha on Tuesday morning may fourteenth two thousand thirteen but no one was home but when they went to the front door They observed at the front security door was open slightly and one of the movers noted Stainless Steel Handgun magazine lying in the doorway and they felt that was so some concern since they weren't getting any answer from residents to contact nine one one when detective boys and his partner stepped inside. They found the body of an older man on the floor. The victim had multiple gunshot wounds and a deep stab wound to the right side of his neck off to the left. You could see the female victim lying in the living room a large area of blood. It was very clear that there had been a struggle there from all of the blood that was apparent and where it was located on the walls and so forth her arms and hands were covered with defensive wounds and there was a deep gash on the right side of her neck beside her late. Two kitchen knives for Derek Moist his partner. It was a jolt of electricity and a big hit of Deja Vu. We're like this is something here we have. You know would seem connection. This is the same guy. This is the same perpetrator yes? That's a pretty big moment. It was very just as before nothing was stolen and the killer left no fingerprints or bloody footprints behind but these victims had obviously put up a fight. The additional gun parts found near the front door and the nine millimeter gun clip with nine bullets. Remaining seemed to be proof of that. What do you make of the gun? Parts in the doorway. What it told me was that there had been a struggle for that gun. Why would that magazine be objected from the gun? That shouldn't happen in the course of normal firing a handgun. But it makes sense if you're struggling over that gun. This is not a faulty got. This is a fight over two so it was a violent struggle of violent encounter. The victims looked as if they'd been dead for a day or two detectives still didn't know who they were but as they stepped outside headquarters called. One of our sergeants is doing research on who the homeowners to that location where she had identified Roger Brownback Dr Creighton University and was employed within the pathology department. So now we have a second victim from the same office in the same specific pathology training program that we had in the two thousand eight days. The Brumberg would have been a colleague of Dr Hunter. Yes no question known. Each other no question. It had been more than five years since the killings in Dundee but the CREIGHTON connection was lost on no one least of all the families of the two thousand eight victims. Surely Sherman and Tom Hunter. We saw it on the news. People say you know that was. Dr Raj Raj. Brownback was headed. The pathology department creating universal. Whoa recognized that name right away. And the fact that was another pathologist from creighton killed with the knife automatically assumed it was related. Roger Bromberg wasn't any pathologist. He was head of the Department he and Mary. Brownback were both sixty five in researching their final hours reporter. Todd Cooper learned. The couple had last been heard from at about two PM on Mother's Day. One of the first things we found out about was the facetime conversation between both boombox and their daughter and they were roaring with laughter at one point so much that the daughter took a screen shot of the conversation. That's the kind of stuff that humanizes this that makes it. You realize that this was just a lightning bolt in the middle of an otherwise normal. Mother's Day Carol. Brumbach Roger Sister also spoke with her brother that afternoon then two days later a family member broke the awful news. Well he said Roger. Mary were murdered. And I said I I. So when you talk about me. So they were. Murdered will gruesome Euroland. And now I had no idea. I have no idea what had happened. Carol couldn't imagine who might want to kill her brother although well off. She says he and Mary had lived modestly so tell me about his marriage to Mary. I just kind of knew that that was a match made in heaven. They're absolutely happy. I mean married. Just she did everything. She did a lot of editing for lottery. Rogers publications shortly before the murders. Roger had announced that he'd be retiring in June he and Mary plan to move back east. In fact that's why the piano movers had come to the House that morning. Now a town known for its steaks and insurance companies was once again buzzing with talk over murder and there was absolutely no doubt at that point who is being targeted. It was chilling just sinking. Feeling of man is struck again. A new an old suspect. She called her office and said are you guys going to need to talk to me again. In the new target we have to crimes and potentially there would've been another was another doctor in the crosshairs..
"todd cooper" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"By late spring. Two thousand eight two months after the murders in Dundee detectives had powered through and eliminated nearly all of their early leads in that case. The boyfriend of Shirley's daughter. The man who looked like such a good suspect on paper seem to have a solid alibi. According to timesheets he was working at the time of the murders fairly cooperative. And I think we're comfortable putting him aside and we didn't have anything that would lead us to believe that he would know where she was that day and that he was in that area on the date that those crimes occurred the composite sketch generated leads and exactly zero suspects. There wasn't anything that you could correlate to actual perpetrator or the crime scene. That day as for Tom Hunters Online gaming contacts detectives deciphered the IP addresses and anonymous screen names and tracked down those people and as far as you knew he'd never met any of those people in real life correct turns out. None of those online contacts was anywhere near Omaha on the day of the murders. Detectives were making progress but reporter. Todd Cooper says the nervous citizens of Omaha had no way of knowing that all good police departments are pretty good at keeping that information close to the vest. We just kept waiting in waiting. That question was foremost on. Everybody's mind who could have done this. Detective return to the theory that either Dr Bill Hunter or his wife Dr Clare. Hunter might have been the intended victim between the two of them. They figured bill hunters position at Creighton. Made him the more likely target. He's basically oversaw. All the students that were going through this pathology training program at Creighton University. And if there was disciplinary action to take he would be the individual among others. You know to have a direct impact on those students wise so potentially a lot of suspects. They're potentially yes so. The detective went to the Pathology Department at Creighton and started asking questions. Were there any individuals interacting with these folks? At the time this occurred that you believe could be responsible for whatever reason? If there's a potential motive what do you think it might be? The detective says one name kept coming up. Dr Michael Belenky. How many times you hear the name Michael Bowling? You can't give you an accurate answers. How many but his name came up again and again Dr Belenky was a former resident. Who left the pathology program and threatened to sue Creighton a year before the murders Dr Honors home. He had had some trouble during his time at Creighton University but they weren't unlike other people's troubles but he was just a little bit more boisterous about his. I guess his perceive treatment by Creighton University in some of the staff there. Blinky told detectives he'd been working in Pittsburgh on the day of the Dundee murders Pittsburgh's like nine hundred miles from Omaha. Sorry you're not driving that in a correct presumably. You're not doing that without air. Travel right and air travel something you can check right but we knew he was on the schedule. I believe we knew he had logged into his email account at that facility that day but nobody actually saw him at work right. There is nothing to show. He was anywhere other than there which is not an ironclad alibi. But it's not bad. It's not bad men. Sometimes that's just the reality of our work that seemed to be the end of the line doctor. Blinky had been the investigators last best lead unwilling to see the case go coal surely. Sherman's family pooled their money and offered a there are a number contribution. I think people contributing as well which made it. How big is fifty fifty and all counting? Everybody's contribution we actually wanted one hundred thousand but they wouldn't allow that because they thought it would be about which it was my opinion when the reward failed to produce a break in the case. They hired a private investigator. Part of the motivation to do on. That was we're GONNA send a signal we're not gonNa let it co- case you saw it becoming a cold case. Well we felt it was becoming that way in the end the private I found nothing. Detectives hadn't already studied and discounted a year after the murders in the case went cold and most of the detectives moved on to other things. But for the families of Shirley Sherman and Tom Hunter. There could be no moving off. How'd you see your Dad Change? And it wasn't like he was depressed all the time and he was himself. Just there is obviously something kind of like you can always see behind. Someone's is that there's something there and I think we all had that five dreadful. Anniversaries came and went the dead were still inexplicably dead and the case was still unsolved but through it all the detective says he stayed in touch with the hundred Sherman families. You kind of hear their frustrations when they call and they want updates and they want to be kind of kept in the loop but is investigators you kinda. You can't give them what they're looking for answers from you that you can't give them for you guys to because. I'm sure you WANNA keep working on this. Meanwhile your boss is saying here's another case and another one and another one and that's why it went to the cold case unit and that's how it stayed until. May of two thousand thirteen. The breakthrough moment came in brutal for yet another double homicide in Omaha for detectives who'd been at the hunter home five years earlier. This one felt uncomfortable. Familiar was like oh my gosh this is this could very easily be related to the Dundee homicides..
"todd cooper" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"As a building contractor. Brad Wait spends a lot of time in his truck. He's haunted by the possibility that at the very moment his sister Shirley Sherman was being murdered in March. Two Thousand Eight. He was driving by close enough. Perhaps to have heard her scream. I basically almost drove by hunters. House would've been four o'clock that afternoon. I had no idea Shirley was working there that day. March there later that night brand says he heard about the two murders in Dundee on the ten o'clock news even then. He says he didn't know his sister was a victim. That news came later in a phone call from his brother. Dan Danny Call. Let thirty that night and told me what happened. Then Wade says that from that night on the word housekeeper has been used as shorthand for surely as if her job to find her. They're always calling her the housekeeper and it's she was only there for a couple of hours every couple of weeks or a week to her brothers. Dan and Brand Shirley was big SIS. The family glue after their parents divorced when they were young. She was the one that organized everything she would call you before. Somebody's birthday and say you know it's someone's birthday Thursday or or she would get everybody to go in on gifts and our she would help the shopping and that aspect of it is. You just don't realize it until it's gone for sure. Children Kelly and Jeff. She was the single mom who often worked two jobs and stretched every dollar to make ends meet. We were one of the poorest families in the neighborhood Bartending in the evening cleaned houses during the day. Gardening was her specialty. You grow everything. Eggplant tomatoes of five different varieties. Feeding me was probably expensive. So she'd make her own spaghetti sauce. She she kanner on. Cucumbers made pickles out of them. After a lifetime of hard work in her hands and knees Jevon Kelly say their mom had cut back the hunters were among the few clients. She had left so she wanted to clean. Just a couple houses ever allow her to pick up the grandkids from school in the afternoons and spend time with them spending time with the grandkids. It turns out was relatively easy to do the right next door to me every day. Talk me into buying this house. She could see. Her grandchildren. Situation was convenient but Kelly says it was hard to have any privacy who mother knew everything bouquet went and who stayed the night and now the plot thickens. I was dating a married guy. Let me guess. Your mom didn't approve. No not at all. We had an explosive relationship meaning. Meaning things got broke. Kelly says that relationship became so tempestuous so difficult that surely got involved and actively tried to keep the boyfriend away at one point in time. She was thinking about getting a restraining order. I mainly for my daughter Sake. She would tell me not. He can't come over and I would come in one time. She can walk around my house with the hammer in her hand. Saying I want his blood on Amer. She hated him that bad because of what he'd been doing to me in spite of that Kelly stuck with the man got pregnant and had a baby with it. They got uglier from there. She actually started the process of getting my house out of my name so that she could keep him out of the house right after surely died would have been very private and embarrassing family feud became fodder for public speculation. Todd Cooper the reporter says that starting on Day One. Shelly's boyfriend was a person of interest immediately. The name of the boyfriend of Shirley Sherman's Daughter came up. There's a buzz. Could it be him like could it have been in?.
"todd cooper" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"The Hunter House was dearly still when detectives arrived the only sound music from a video game in the basement which seemed to add a haunting soundtrack to the violent and disturbing scene. It had appeared that Thomas was in process of playing online game on his xbox could see pop and chips in front of a chair right front of the TV. Probably like a lot of kids after school every day and the game itself had timed out with the music was playing kind of ominously in the background during Bill Hunters interview with police investigators. They got straight to the point. Does he play around on chat rooms or anything like that that you might be service. Vital I don't know he's on his the only chat room. No He's on is why they'll Ville it. Turns out is a popular online game and chat room. That attracts preteens not wasn't all Tom's xbox which allowed him to play and speak to other gamers online was a concern detectors. Wondered if Tom might have inadvertently come into contact with an Internet Predator. We knew that he had a number of contacts and friends online through not only his xbox but his personal computer so those people are essentially in many cases anonymous to some extent. Yeah they are so they might be kids. They might just be saying their kids correct. And that's what we would come to find out that he interacted with people all over the US in some cases outside of the US through these interactive sites. Did you or anybody in your family ever worried that Tommy was meeting people online or just talking to people online through the gaming community people. Maybe you didn't know about that. Didn't really come up till after the fact restarted thinking. Maybe that was something that could happen. But prior to know and you didn't know those war and he didn't either. No detectives determined. Tom Hotter had interacted with close to fifty people online on a regular basis. Thomas was eleven years old that he disclosed that in his gaming activities. Now in fact in some instances We would come to find out that he portrayed himself as somebody. Who's older which in turn could end up playing into this absolutely it would take months to track down. Tom's online contacts more pressing was what detectives were hearing from. The neighbors. Several said they'd seen a stranger walking near the hunter home late. That afternoon told me what the person neighbors described all of complected male. Who was heavy set dressed in a collared shirt? Some describe a jacket possibly like an ill fitting suit with a shoulder bag and several people would correlate that individual to a silver Honda CR V. notify the actual make of car. Yes that all seems pretty helpful. Very the same individuals would describe that that vehicle was missing front play but they would describe the rear plate as kind of a white background with dark lettering and kind of describe a multiple colored sunset or kind of a Pastel sunset so it's not Nebraska play out of state. What are our feeling was yes. Based on neighbors. Descriptions police produced sketch and four days after the murders. Ask the public for help. We received hundreds of phone calls about people. Knowing somebody that resembled that sketch and each one of those leads had to be given some degree of consideration. Reporter Todd Cooper covered the story for the Omaha World Herald. Dundee is a nice neighborhood and Oma. That's an affluent area Doctors and others not mansions but stately homes crime like this doesn't happen in Dundee and so it sent shockwaves right away. More depth about the computer use while the murders in done deed dominated the news. Investigators were taking a second look at a less publicized. Crime months earlier there had been another murder not far from Dundee in this one an elderly female had been bludgeoned and stabbed in the neck. We had knives that were used from her residence in her murder so we had similarities in that weapons were taken from her home in used against her and left the scene. But you have somebody who liked that. The detectives at investigated that case that identify a suspect very early on somebody who has a family member of hers whom she had had a falling out with. Didn't seem to have any connection with honors none whatsoever. There comes a time in every homicide investigation. Were detectives have to focus on the victim's family and friends as far as detectives knew the hunters were a well respected family. And then come out about the hundreds that you didn't know gambling problems family problems now. There wasn't some gigantic ghost in the closet. That made us think. Oh well there is our motive right there. Nothing like down since bill and Claire. Hundred were both doctors at Creighton. He pathologist Shia cardiologists. Detectives wondered if someone at the hospital might have had a motive to harm them having hated. H- all right on our own Eugene. Not everyone handles grief differently. After their youngest son was murdered in their home the hunters seem to want nothing more than to be left alone but kind of a private family so not too keen on talking with media on the other hand the family of Surely Sherman the other Dundee victim desperately wanted to keep the case in the public. We want velocity. You really wanted us to be solved. Halio they have their own ideas about who the killer might be the more they talked. The more detectives wondered if perhaps Surely Sherman and actually been the intended target a secret in the Sherman family. She hated because of what he had been doing to me. The new person of interest immediately. There's a buzz. Could it be like credit? Have been him.
"todd cooper" Discussed on Motor1.com Podcast
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say today that was the deciding lying down not did ask if we're interested the he'd made up his mind oh wow so then so about eleven times since then and you know he treats us like absolute in their favorite thing that's their cars so for customers like that in a lot samples of those cars they can possibly get whether they're driven or not I that could have such an immediate impact on like value and the impression the car makes mirror finished but the richness and the depth and and and you didn't even know Lustre Day are until they're brought to their full potential yeah exactly and that's one thing as we put that car through into bring out its its true potential out of the box but you bring in somebody who's a professional at calibrating do the same thing with the paint finish you know we've got a four thousand dollar gauge so we're doing it it's not subjective we sit back put her thumbs up in the air says yet looks great as we possibly can a lot goes into it but yeah when you look at it afterwards you're on twitter facebook yeah and you know the difference in that thing you like wild this thing looks really really amazing so regardless of the car regardless you can connect you with my guy thank you thank you definitely after the show for people it's like it looks like the inside of a cathedral like a gothic wooden cathedral a like in the lifted up a little in the back and a and look at it it's it's a big it's a big tower to almost it's stunning and and the facility I mean I've been going there so many years stonework and castle door manufacturers and woodwork it's so over the top so it's not like you know leads me to another thing that I've always liked about what you do is that like you like aside from defined you because you know working on auto love we're looking for content that's interesting content and sometimes it's just for the before an aftershock effect how to use some of these products that that we endorse and sell the right way so early days you know I I wanted to to subscribe to the old adage of out which information to know what I'm doing is I'm educating people out there on I've been looking up and yeah Ferrari has the same thing next thing you know we're a lot of videos which we done about three hundred videos the now we have a marketing team of three people dedicated just for marketing the end for that kind of information and that kind of education is is huge in it it's are are how to how to apply glass coding to your car and how to use a DA rotary buffer really cool so another thing I having known spot a Tesla model three for my wife and I email was to you asking so big upgrade for her that's great but the we didn't get anything done to the Kia soul and like the you and I was like what should we do and you said you know definitely yet and I apologize I did not bring my card onto you you recommended a great a in front you know face shots and then I got the ceramic coating over the whole thing yeah I gotTa Tell You I've never I've never like like handled touched or like one wipe completely off like everything just kind of slides off this car the the difference is is visible to me on how much better it looks than when I picked the early adopters of coatings when they started coming into the United States coatings are in if you think of a wax seal it that can last you four to six months at you can only like machine Polish them off and what they're designed to do is their design Stephen GonNa hit him with a hose or something in the water kind of falls off on it in that's detract as like myself that helps the whole process l. out there and do it yourself at home well we sell products Taylor's in there saying unrealistic terms as far as how durable you know get that they're going to be disappointed but like you you talked about the looks we do we do a lot of daily drivers somebody by Tesla's we do a the the rocker panels and apply the coatings to the rest of it the paint the windshield the wheels Oh yeah the detailing protection industry has definitely shifted it'd be you take a vehicle that's been properly in a protected maintain look beat up for sure I let me tell you what happened in my wife's going to kill me for is is very small and this is a longer vehicle than the soul and and she's got a mic a this is a very it's a multi point turn and and she scraped the the rap and in Gouge the paint on the front bumper so we're we're APP can prevent smaller kind of Knicks and in rock chefs and things like that Dan we're GONNA have to go back and get that recode again so that's yeah you you definitely you definitely can you know here's the Nice thing in some cases the paint is still in great shape underneath and then appeal the film the film in particular made the damage a lot less than it otherwise would have would have been eight otherwise so yeah that's definitely good yeah exactly we we had a customer a real quick search that car beautiful car and it was the first car that he did a full wrap on that that's a significant up his car and he said you know it just made him sick we peeled off the film we did a painless a debt repair two thousand bucks to get it fixed but he said that was the best money he's ever spent on his of it removed replace a painless debt repair but it was far less invasive and exactly exactly and going back to when you were talking about now in the or whatever but I I'm definitely a person who believes you get what you pay for and that's why I I'm much happier to pay the money and invest in the car her myself yeah yeah that's for sure I in particular when it comes to film film is also one of those things that you know if you get a cheap if you pay you haven't done right it's very very difficult to see that so light marring and stuff like that it once it hits the the sunshine and heat it heals itself Paul doing film installation the right way and it is witchcraft so you know pay the guy down the street two hundred dollars out of his garage yeah no that's definitely Bugatti Sheron to nine elevens to Tesla's or whatever else you too like you said get a two dimensional flat piece of film to so let's go back to something you mentioned earlier and again this is something uh-huh and really high end stuff that I remember the way you put it to me back in the day why that is and again and again it's not to disparage Ferrari but but you mentioned that it's these I'm really talking more about the finishing of it so if in any processes afterwards they're not touching it with machine it's not being go into the small manufacturers they're doing things like you know putting heavy things go bad in that finishing process because they leave sanding process they're using techniques and tools and equipment from twenty call us holograms when it's done with a rotary machine and you just look problems and that's what we have to go in and fix we're six here in the driveway and once I get them they look good they might have a couple of little scoffs Ferraris and Lamborghinis even the bodies Aston Martin's custom color did you get co custom stripes because it goes to a secondary there's on optional paint job with Ferrari and that means we're going to have to spend that much new Ferrari four hundred eight because it's very nice and flat based off of what they've done is out of Milan Italy so they're right next door yeah that's job security job security for us and I should be sending Christmas baskets it's a Pagani that they're not cranking that many things through there's just going to on and I can almost walk you through the production process as I'm looking at the car to multimillions of dollars and may not have the best paint job in May need this attention you bought a car that may be the best at a certain thing like a top speed or attract time with ownership that goes into these things and look I I also a part of our L. each other if you're GONNA if you're buying your first Ferrari if you're getting into this culture can get at those cars as you talk about cost of ownership and just being part of the deal like and if they want to get you know their ultimate new car prep with polishing front that are coming in quarter million four hundred five hundred thousand dollars that sometimes so in the grand scheme of things it's it's not that bad and it's just one of of the your local auto glass company and repair ship in the windshield of collectors and owners and enthusiasts said and five thousand ten thousand fifteen thousand dollars I usually want to protect that investment and so this isn't just dropping money nothing in.
"todd cooper" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"We have two teams that are influx in some strange way to talk about on today's show. We're GONNA get to the Browns who had their best game of the year. I think on Sunday beating the Ravens later on in the show at Jake Trotter but first joining me to talk about the three and one Los Angeles Rams who I think are in a really interesting spot right now in terms of their exceeding expectations and simultaneously failing to back expectations is his The beat writers covers the rams. It's Lindsey Theory Lindsey. How are you good. How are you today bill. I'm good and I wanted to bring you on. I talk abuse of halfway between the Rams game yesterday and sort of in in the second quarter I think because obviously they were in a very strange. I think twenty one nothing to the buccaneers. it was a obviously surprising game ended up becoming a a very fun came to watch it was crazy and back and forth from the bucks ended up winning fifty five forty but I think we're in such an interesting spot with the rams because the NFC is so wide open. There's no real dominant team right now and so I guess where I want to start is as with this I if you told me for the year or the Rams Fan before the year they were. GonNa Start Three in one. I think you'd say okay well. That's not too bad. They have some tough games to start the year. If you had told they were gonNA blow out the saints and then lose to the buccaneers at home. I think they would have been very confused by what happened over the first month of the year so just to start how do you. I think based on what you're hearing from. The fancy follow you. How do you think fans are feeling about this three and one starting about this rams team right now right now. I don't you get the sense at least on social media which is not always the best gauge but I don't get the sense that people are excited and happy with what they're seeing gene. you know the the standard for the rams is no longer just to win but it's to win in exciting fashion and that's what Sean mcvay deliver deliver the last two seasons this offense like a well oiled machine it was exciting it was todd. Cooper Cup Robert Woods and then you throw in Brandin cooks on the deep balls calls and everything just looks like it ran so well and now this season. It's come to a screeching halt. They're not scoring touchdowns. There is no todd girly and Jared Goff does not look like a quarterback who just signed a hundred and ten million dollars guaranteed contracts. Yeah I mean I. It's weird because as you look at the numbers this team scored thirty three points yesterday our offense where thoroughly points defense out of the pick six jared Goff through for over five hundred yards they had two receivers over a hundred twenty yards but absolutely I mean it does feel like an animal. If you agree with this it seems like do the offensive feels disjointed maybe or even and if it is productive it doesn't have that same sort of smoothness to it or that same sort of consistency when it comes to just blowing teams away. Dr After Dr Yeah. I think that's a really fair way to put it in and it is misleading because you you do look at the score for master anything they're scoring but it's now been through four first quarter. They haven't scored a touchdown in to their four games. They haven't scored a first half touchdown but when he really just the eyeballs has it doesn't pass when you have watched McVeigh's offense last two seasons compared to what they do now. Jared Goff is throwing a step behind receivers on several place now. Don't get me wrong. Oh he's still has a few signature passes that I mean one to Robert Woods yesterday another in the end zone to Gerald Everett where you just say wow I mean he's just really putting in a perfect spot. Were only his receiver can catch it but again there's just too many other throws where you're kind of shaking your head and there's did a few play designs from Sean mcvay where he's clearly trying funeral thing which it's hard to fault him for that when you saw the results of the Super Bowl and clearly elite teams are catching onto his tricks but if you didn't play designs that really have just been completely shut down so it's this offense right now just doesn't look like they even know exactly who they wanna be where everything wants started with girly run yesterday girly only had five carrier so it y- it's really hard to determine. I mean almost like an air raid. Yesterday I think gop sixty passages which is an absurd number for him. Yes sixty eight pass attempts hamstring jared Goff seventy dropbox which I mean just you know to your point. It's like a college offense and and even given up the rams are comfortable throwing the football a lot right and we're reasonably effective if not necessarily dominant throwing the football yesterday and given that they're playing a tough bucks run defense you can not. I wouldn't fault them atone for throwing throwing the ball more frequently than it might seem but yeah I mean I. It just seems like this is an offense that is in transition and I I wonder do you attribute some of this to to shove phase plan of having his starters having offense basically sit during the preseason which has been the case for several years. It seems like well I I think that given some of the changes that they're trying to implement I that seems to play some role in it now. It's maybe a little hard to tell just because they didn't play in the preseason last year and they went to the super bowl and they looked fantastic. so given the changes aren't wholesale changes. I mean they're still mostly. There is awesome adjustment there mostly in eleven personnel it's it's kind of hard to say why this season is such a slow start when they didn't play in the preseason last year. It was best start but you know they are working. Jared Goff is working behind a pretty new offensive line. the Rams Lost Roger Sappho awful the very very sturdy left guard and Free Agency and John Sullivan who was breaking down physically. They're old center but mentally he was so sharp art and every player on the offense always looked at him and and news conferences weekly or talking at their lockers they would always talk about with John brought to the field as as far as identifying what a defense was doing and so now you replace those two players is to first year offensive linemen and I think this is kind of the results that this offense of line isn't a sturdy as it once was which obviously affects jared. Goff also affects times early in the run game. Yeah I mean absolutely the offensive line was something I wanted to bring up because you know heading into the year I brought up you thought about the guys you were you mentioned who are being replaced our Joseph no boom and Brian Allen now on the interior and figured okay. There'd be a drop off there. It's you know the center is going to have to take more of the you know responsibilities for setting protections Jared Gospel tick more of that role and it's an inexperienced players versus John Sullivan relevant Roger Sapphires. One of the best guards football and you know might work out great. They happen to find a replacement but you'd figure is going to be a transition period. How are are the tackles playing a you've figured that would be the strength of the offensive line with Andrew Whitworth Hall of fame caliber player to me and having seen two guys. Who are you know on on expensive contract contracts but through four games they have five holding penalties and last year they had three combined holding penalties over the entire season? So how are they playing or. It's just sort of random small sample. What's happening the tackles playing at the same level they were a year ago. I would definitely say that they are not in that started rob haven Stein so he between the false start penalties holding penalties. He's also been beat on several plays which once in a while that is going to happen thing but it just seems to be happening a higher rate and he's gone against them. Good ends in Kim Jordan my Garrett but rob has not played what he would probably say to his standard and then on the other side Andrew Whitworth has been called for holding now so those tackled while we can't just harp on the interior of the line and the young guys those also haven't been playing to the standard which they did the last couple of seasons now getting we'll have open locker room today and we'll probably stop and talk to those tackles and asked is it because they're perhaps trying to make up for a weakness on the interior is it perhaps because they are just getting beat. 'cause it seems like there's more going on. I'm considering those two guys. Last two seasons had no issue and this season now. It's becoming an issue yeah and it seems like maybe the you know the stuff you mentioned about trying new concepts on offense sort of get them out of their comfort zone. I think you know this was an offense that for so long was able to just run outside sights on on play action off outside zone moving with so consistent they had a level of continuity with their own another where really changed one offensive lineman between two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen so line at sort of coalesce. Everyone knew everyone else was going to do from play to play and it seems like that's not necessarily the case right now and you mentioned thou impact. Todd Gurley and of course tiger is being impacted in another way and then I guess it depends on whether you whether you're paying attention to what's actually happening on the field or you're listening into the rams. The Rams have denied that there is a load management situation with Todd Gurley It seems like in reality though that's not actually the case. Is that fair yeah. I think it's fair to say I kind of waited. A little bit wanted to obviously Sean McVeigh said it's not a load management situation but you watch the first game we watch the second game now we have four samples and while his snapping was actually up this last week that does skew it a little bit. They weren't given the ball in the running game but at least the first three weeks his snap count was down fifteen percent from what it was a season ago and there's clearly we've been in office effort to have this offense not run through todd. Gurley and that's I think we're all this whole thing. Trips up is because Todd Gurley he was the NFL's often the player the air Tuesday's ago. He's an old pro running back when Sean mcvay came to Los Angeles everything went around Todd Gurley in and Shawn said multiple times throughout the offseason through all this knee stuff that todd remain the focal point of the offense and anybody who's watched this team for the last four weeks. I would have to agree I. I don't Know How could that talked really is not the focal point of this offense and therefore that puts way more pressure on Jared Goff and right now. It's not really been able to consistently handle that aren't Lindsey. Let's talk more about this rams offense and their struggles in a moment but first guys hiring can be a slow process ass and cafe all tourists. Coo Dylan Moskowitz needed to hire a director of coffee for his organic coffee company but you might expect given that say very niche title well. He was having trouble finding qualified applicants. Well thank you guys know what he did. He switched to SIP recruiter..
"todd cooper" Discussed on KOMO
"Is now recovering in the hospital after she was hit by a speeding driver who left her in the road and drove away. Komo's charac Austin each has more Tanya does lend did what many mothers would do. She dashed ten year old. Caitlyn Rogers in the most terrifying moment of her life. I stayed with her until the paramedics got their Saturday night around seven thirty young Caitlin was struck by a speeding black SUV in her parkland neighborhood, they seen the car coming. They tried to get her out the road, but he was coming so fast. And he she was just riding her. Scooter Caitlin was lying in the street seriously hurt with a broken femur pelvis arm. The driver with gone, where's the conscience of this person knowing that they hit a child been injured little girl, her family and an entire neighborhood want to know who was the person who didn't stop. Komo's CARA cost the fallout from the continuing trade battle with China. Could mean a higher price when it comes to paying for an orca card. Komo's Lee stole explains. Probably have one of these in your car in your wallet. If you are a commuter eight orca card to get you on buses to trains and ferries as well. But the cards are actually made in China, and this is where there could be some issues with that increasing tariffs on Chinese goods means it will cost an extra forty eight cents to make each card. It now cost to forty to make the cards compared to a dollar ninety two last year today. Board of local transit agencies is voting on a plan to take four hundred thousand dollars out of a contingency budget to cover that increase. That would be a big hit to the million dollar reserve the transit agencies need to buy seven hundred and fifty thousand new cards this year to keep up with demand. Komo's Lee stole reporting. There's a Washington medical professional who's become the first of his kind in our states offer to Bank stem cells for future use and from well, you might say an unexpected place. Here's komo's Brian Calvert. To explain surgeon. Todd Cooper knows that the research has paid off in that amazing things can be done with these specialty organisms themselves are naturally occurring cells in everybody's body that are used to repair and regenerate tissue. He just extracts them. From an unlikely place..
"todd cooper" Discussed on KOMO
"Speeding black. SUV in her parkland neighborhood, they seen the car coming. They try to get her out the road, but he was coming so fast. And he she was just riding her. Scooter Caitlin was lying in the streets. Seriously, hurt with a broken femur, pelvis and arm the driver with long-gone. Whereas the conscience of this person knowing that they hit, you know, a child and injured little girl her family and an entire neighborhood want to know who was the person who didn't stop Karakasevic, the fallout from the continuing trade battle with China could be a higher price when it comes to paying for your orca cards as we hear from komo's Lee stole you probably have one of these in your car in your wallet. If you are a commuter an orca card to get you on buses to trains and ferries as well. But the cars are actually made in China. And this is where there could be some issues with that increasing tariffs on Chinese goods means it will cost an extra forty eight cents to make each card. It now cost to forty to make the cards compared to a. Dollar ninety two last year today aboard of local transit agencies is voting on a plan to take four hundred thousand dollars out of a contingency budget to cover that increase. That would be a big hit to the million dollar reserve the transit agencies need to buy seven hundred and fifty thousand new cards this year to keep up with demand. It's almost stole a Washington medical professional has become the first of his kind in the state to offer to Bank stem cells from an unexpected place. Komo's Brian Calvert surgeon Todd Cooper knows that the research has paid off in that amazing things can be done with these specialty organisms stem cells are naturally.
"todd cooper" Discussed on KOMO
"Stories now a ten year old park Earls recovering in the hospital after she was struck by speeding driver who left her in the in the road and drove away. Komo's Karakasidou's with more does lend did what many mothers would do. She dashed ten year old. Caitlyn Rogers in the most terrifying moment of her life. I just stayed there. Until the paramedics got there Saturday night around seven thirty young Caitlin was struck by speeding black. SUV in her parkland neighborhood, they seen a car come in. They try to get her out the road, but he was coming so fast. And he she was just riding her. Scooter Caitlin was lying in the streets. Seriously hurt with a broken, femur pelvis and arm. The driver was long gone. Where's the conscience of this person knowing that they hit, you know, a child been injured little girl her family and an entire neighborhood want to know who was the person who didn't stop. It's almost carrot consonance the fallout from the continuing trade battle with China could be a higher price when it comes to paying for orca cards as we get the explanation from komo's Lee stole you probably have one of these in your car in your wallet. If you are a commuter an orca card to get you on buses to trains and ferries as well. But the cars are actually made in China. And this is where there could be some issues with that increasing tariffs on Chinese goods means it will cost an extra forty eight cents to make each card. It now cost to forty to make. Cards compared to a dollar ninety two last year today aboard of local transit agencies is voting on a plan to take four hundred thousand dollars out of a contingency budget to cover that increase. That would be a big hit to the million dollar reserve the transit agencies need to buy seven hundred and fifty thousand new cards this year to keep up with demand. That again, komo's Lee stole reporting on that story, a Washington medical professional has become the first of his kind in the state to offer to Bank stem cells from an unexpected place. Komo's Brian Calvert has more surgeon. Todd Cooper knows that the research has paid off in that amazing things can be done with these specialty organisms stem cells are.
"todd cooper" Discussed on Women in Business
"Hello and welcome to women in business where we interview entrepreneurs and senior managers and show you the straits successes obstacles and roadblocks women experience in business since i believe every person in business needs to be visible i'd like to invite you to watch www dot sob six that's the number six tips dot com which will give you some valuable information should you get the call to be on radio or tv which i think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at gail carson that's g a y l e gail carson thirteen at gmailcom or go to my website www dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter my guest today is on media's cooper on is a marketing fireball who burns with perpetual energy and she says fueled in part by cuban covered fito and an impressive skill set or expertise ranges from anthropology to romance languages in two thousand she cofounded diaz and cooper advertising with her husband todd cooper the agency is a top twenty five south florida advertising agency and the only gold certified hub spot inbound marketing agency in miami there's success is in part due to her ability to see cultural and social issues in terms of how they relate to communications she's used it to guide strategies for clients like silver airways regent seven seas cruises sony latin america davis vision escape resort and transient him well welcome to the show on the hour.
"todd cooper" Discussed on WTRH
"You're now where the president listened to tales of grief and anger from survivors of parkland sandy hook and other school shootings 18yearold sam's i've lost his best friend it marjorie steinman douglas high school and less never let this happen again please trump hinted at strengthening background checks for gun buyers expressed disappointment at the decline of mental hospitals and suggested arming teachers could be solution citing the coach killed last week saved a lotta lives i suspect but if he had a firearm me would had a runin with a shot and that would have been the end of it sandy hook parent mark borden pushed back sink teachers have enough responsibility without adding life and death i'm worn levinson bill buckley president of the florida ethics and religious liberties commissions elsa salem radio network he was in tallahassee at the florida house annual prayer breakfast what he heard the news of reverend billy grants passing but touched first came across the doctor graham had gone home in fact a moment ago i checked it out uh what a joy it must be right now for dr graham who are finally had beat her save your face to face de reunited with his beloved roof and i said would it be need if he could come back and tell us right now about how those two experiences unfolded that idea euro reverend billy graham died wednesday heavy rains caused flooding in the central us wednesday data's fire rescue battalion chief rio del tells katie fw a young woman had to be rescued by boat after driving into a flooded wrote in north alice you very fortunate hello anyone found with this new weather service meteorologist todd cooper says the rain may return this weekend in already flooded illinois northern indiana by looked like vote that precipitation will fall away from the areas that have seen the flooding this is tunnel dot com mike gallagher here again for one of my all time and i mean all time favorite sponsors relief factor dot com i.
"todd cooper" Discussed on I Was There Too
"You he made him in well yeah i wonder he maybe bigger in his collector a sense that he is miller allowing i don't have i have my old toys and i'm new to it the idea of something in that will talk about in a minute at the show that were no yeah doing but tony texted last night bend named a bird after took the bird in on the planet of oh drawn just turning with two can start yeah it's a real for whoops aside story what is the name of the versus the darse paxton all that i'd gues who else do we know that you guys of work done well our friend todd we talk friend of every podcasts and friend of everybody that that meets him a million plus one todd cooper is this you say that are you see yesterday get off i affecting that's pretty good we saved todd's mentioned for a horrific it just disgusting creature that attacks the kids a torn tim about it is literally called a todd th w deep web to get there are mike fermin names right does is where we made him into a religion the church they get to of dirt feels the as for most yeah with the pitch yet but then est i asked to oh furnace to and we wanted it was interesting also luck in guys of you love star wars a good get yourself to will keep you do yeah yeah and poke around cause there are these various shades of religious orders there and and we even saw some in road one much about you know i mean but like to take what they had existing him sort of strap away and my but this isn't a force based religion you know i'm how to recreate a religion.
"todd cooper" Discussed on I Was There Too
"Last hour thing that i might have traded i'm so looking for the thing reading this how how much time is spent and dirk tilt i mean and in longer i think the first trucker yeah least for the first gonna got don't last night i wish i wouldn't know i thought for serbia like right in the meat of it you know oh no in the middle of a friend of ours like stores much more yeah tell for tony that some tony fact tony i i don't for people who don't know tony texans musician with mostly queens was started no one no no so it's crazy numbers rationing society maybe right just event motions that he soundtracked is tony's band and tony is as biggest hours family you he made him in well yeah i wonder he maybe bigger in his collector a sense that he is miller allowing i don't have i have my old toys and i'm new to it the idea of something in that will talk about in a minute at the show that were no yeah doing but tony texted last night bend named a bird after took the bird in on the planet of oh drawn just turning with two can start yeah it's a real for whoops aside story what is the name of the versus the darse paxton all that i'd gues who else do we know that you guys of work done well our friend todd we talk friend of every podcasts and friend of everybody that that meets him a million plus one todd cooper is this you say that are you see yesterday get off i affecting that's pretty good we saved todd's mentioned for a horrific it just disgusting creature that attacks the kids a torn tim about it is literally called a todd th w deep web.