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"trent williamson" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Parcast Presents

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

07:39 min | 5 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Their reproductive system. When a is killed by a Predator, it secretes glycoprotein which uses to the ground. There it reacts with do or other moisture and swells into a large pile of GEL. Another theory is that star Jelly is a type of slime mold. These are colonies of single celled organisms that grow together in soil, dead trees and on forest floors. Those slime molds, variant size, shape and behavior. They all share one thing in common. A state of their life cycle where they resemble and Jelly like slime. While frogs and slime molds might produce star Jelly. It's not certain that they're the only source of it. It's difficult to say if it all comes from the same place, or if different organisms make different star jellies. Just like the OAKVILLE blobs. Researchers haven't been able to extract any DNA from star. Jelly But while the OAKVILLE blobs contained bacteria and Lucas sites. Scientists, studying star Jelly could not find any cells at all. Which means whatever star Jelly is. It's not the same thing as the OAKVILLE, blobs. But there are other examples of strange non nucleic cells falling from the sky, and they point to a surprising possible explanation that perhaps the blogs came from outer space. In July two, thousand one and intense storms battered Carola estate in south western India. But this rainstorm was different. The droplets landing on the ground were blood red. Researchers examining the Carola blood rain found a microscopic cells floating in their samples. The general consensus was that the red color was caused by scarlet fungal spores that had somehow gotten sucked into the rain clouds. But some dispute the officials story instead they believed the rain had a more extraterrestrial origin. In two thousand ten physicist Godfrey Lewis published a paper on the Red Rain, Carola had experienced nine years earlier. Lewis was surprised when he tried to extract DNA from the cells found in the rain. They didn't have nuclei, and he was unable to find any identifiable DNA whatsoever. This proved that the cells weren't fungal spores as all fun guy have nuclei, Lewis performed a battery of tests on them, hoping to figure out where they come from. When he applied heat to the cells, he was astonished to find that not only did they survive the grew at temperatures up to two hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. That's hot enough to kill most living things on earth. So. Maybe the so-called Fungal Spores Warren from Earth at all. Lewis proposed that the cells travel to our planet on a meteor that exploded upon entry into the atmosphere. The clouds absorb the alien micro-organisms, then later arraigned them down on Carola in July, two, thousand one. Like Louis scientists examining the OAKVILLE blobs encountered cells missing nuclei with their gooey specimens. If Lewis is right about careless red rain, perhaps that means the OAKVILLE blobs came from the farthest reaches of the Galaxy. Of course, this is all speculation. The OAKVILLE blobs weren't blood red, and they were more gelatinous than liquid. Other than the presence of non nucleic cells, there's no strong connection between the two phenomena. We can't rule out the possibility that the BLOBS game from space, but we don't have any strong evidence that they did either. Just conjecture based on the BLOBS mild similarity to another substance, which we haven't proven is extraterrestrial in origin. In short the things we don't know about this theory outweigh the things we do. The OAKVILLE BLOBS has stumped professional researchers and amateur theorists alike for over twenty five years with each new revelation. The solution only grows more obscured. Today. We are no closer to discovering the truth than we were in August. One, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety four. But the residents of Oakville still want answers, and in the flurry of gathering samples, calling researchers and tracking symptoms, a number of theories emerged about the origin of the enigmatic goop. I, the very gross possibility that the BLOB storms over Oakville were excrement. Commercial airliners illegally dumped human waste over Washington state which caused the spate of mysterious illnesses. Or blobs were actually the remains of dead jellyfish. These creatures were sucked out of the sea by a freak, waterspout and rain down on the hapless residents, inundating them with rotting jellies. and. Finally the poisonous Goo was the result of military experiments on the city of OAKVILLE. Answers have remained so elusive because the government covered up the tests. The OAKVILLE. BLOBS could have come from the see the air, or even the stars twenty five years later they still inspire fear awe, and above all a desperate need to know the truth, because the blobs rain down once. Couldn't they come? Again. Thanks again for tuning into unexplained mysteries. We will be back Thursday with part. Two of the OAKVILLE BLOBS for more information on the blobs amongst the many sources we use. We found the daily Chronicle extremely helpful to our research as well as sunny. Bark lifts account of the incident on medium. You can find all episodes of unexplained mysteries, and all other park cast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music, but now specifies making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite park cast originals like unexplained mysteries for free from your phone, desktop or smart speaker to stream, unexplained mysteries on spotify just open the APP and type unexplained mysteries in the search bar. And remember never take, we don't no for an answer. Unexplained mysteries was created by Max Cutler and is a cast studios. Original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Trent Williamson with production assistance by Ron Shapiro, carly, Madden and Travis Clark. Episode of unexplained mysteries was written by Molly Quinlan with writing assistance by Maggie Admire and stars, Molly, Brandenburg and Richard Rosner..

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

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"trent williamson" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

11:52 min | 6 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"I put out a poll this morning on twitter on my twitter account at Kevin Sheehan DC. I'm just about an hour ago actually Before I started to record the PODCASTS. Simple question if the redskins are unable to get what they want for Trent Williamson a trade. Would you accept him back? Would you want him back? You know I've got two thousand votes already on this poll and sixty two point three percent of you say yes. Thirty seven point seven percent of the people that have responded have said No. I think that's interesting because I think many people believe what I believe which is number one. Don't trade him unless you get what you want. And what he is worth all right. Now you can say well. The market dictates what he's worth. That's true to a point but we understand what kind of player he is. He's not a fourth round player. You know the money that was reported that he was looking for should have made very clear to him. And his agent that the Redskins aren't going to take a fourth rounder or a third or a third and a fifth. You know that's not going to happen. It shouldn't happen. Maybe ultimately will if they decide they want to move on from it. Maybe they were hopeful that this weekend something would pan out and they would be able to get what they racking. My position remains the same. You don't get at least a second round pick. I would go to him as cool eah suggested and say Trent. Let's LET BYGONES BE BYGONES. Bruce Allen's gone Larry Hess's Gone Ron Ron Kyle and I are running this ship. Were good people. We've got a good coaching staff. You'RE GONNA love my offensive line coach. You should be playing the only way you get a contract. Next year is to play this year. We will give you one. You know One one incentive to do so in that is we will commit to not franchise tagging you next year. But let's play we need. We have a need. You have a need to play you. Don't WANNA lose the money we don't WanNA pay out some of it without you being a part of the team in who knows maybe at the end of this year. You'll find that you like us and we really like you and we might work something out with you anyway. Down the road I would do that I would do that if I don't get the right offer back I would definitely accept him back. It would not be a problem. I just don't buy into the whole disruption thing I do buy into the culture change and perhaps Ron Rivera saying ultimately. I don't want somebody who doesn't WANNA be here. No matter how talented he is and the circumstances that were in there not my fault. This was the previous regime. That that's the really messed it up But I need to move on. I WANNA get my guys in here. He may come to that conclusion and they may end up dealing for a fourth or you know a fourth and a conditional something next year But I would not Trade Trent unless I got at least a second rounder. So back to the draft And the first round last night couple of interesting things in addition to the offensive linemen run in what that did in it how it impacted the redskins. The wide receiver run started with a receiver. That really wasn't mock drafted to be the first taken. Charley casserly thought that there was a big difference between Jerry. Judy and CD lamb. And the next wrung down There was somebody else who was on my radio show in the last week. It may have been Tony. Pauline from pro football weekly Who essentially agreed with that as well will henry. Rugs was the first wide receiver taken at number. Twelve overall. Went to the raiders. Such a raiders. Pick right rugs. A four to seven forty guy. It's as if Al Davis from his grave made the pick he loves deep speed and rugs really is a dynamic explosive playmaking wide receiver. If I were a raider fan would I preferred lamb or judy may be. I may have preferred Jefferson. Even more but I- rugs has a chance to be really really good The next wide receiver was Judy. Who WENT TO DENVER? You know Denver now going with drew lock. And they've added a key piece in that sort of fell into their lap. I don't know that Denver was expecting Jerry Judy in the same way. Dallas at seventeen CD lamb fell into their lap. You know there had been talk about a defensive end to pass rusher you know a corner a couple of other things but CD lamb. Was there now. The cowboys have Amari Cooper and CD land And then you got What ben standing predicted in his final mock draft on the radio show yesterday he said Philadelphia Loves Jalen regular the receiver from TCU. He regular wasn't a lock. First Round Guy wasn't mocked by everybody's a first round guy I love. Rigor got to watch him a lot as I watch. Tcu football over the last couple of years phenomenal punt returner And the Eagles loved him too and they took him before Jefferson. Justin Jefferson was on the board and incredible contributor at at Lsu and that left it For Minnesota to basically take the pick they got from buffalo in the digs trade. They took Justin Jefferson. The interesting interesting thing about Jefferson. Minnesota's both Jefferson and Phelan are more slot guys. So it'll be interesting to see what Gary Kubiak does offensively in Minnesota And then the last receiver was San Francisco Trading back into the first round And Drafting Brandon. Iu who is probably the guy with the longest arms in the biggest catch radius out of Arizona State Go check out the game. He had against Oregon when they upset. Oregon This year The biggest surprise by far of the first round was Jordan. Br was Jordan love being drafted by Green Bay after Green Bay traded up four spots from thirty to twenty six to take him He's the heir apparent. They went for the repair to Aaron Rodgers. Now Brett Farve was thirty five when the packers drafted Aaron Rogers. Rogers is thirty six and they've drafted Jordan. Love a lot of packer fans. I'm sure wanted some. You know some playmaking abilities a receiver a tight end something for Aaron Rodgers to work with. He's been missing weapons here in recent years but they drafted the quarterback of the future. I think Aaron Rodgers has three or four years left. You know you get Jordan love and a four year deal with the fifth year option is a first round pick. Maybe that's why they took him in the first round because that gives them the option of five years four It'll be interesting up there. They they needed weapons for Aaron Rodgers to make a run and they drafted a player. That probably won't play for a few years but they got it right the first time when they drafted. Rogers you know a to replace eventually farve Love is one of those guys. Had A great junior year not as good of a senior year but he becomes and became last night. The fourth quarterback In the first round there were a couple of guys pick that it. Nobody saw coming in certain spots. You know Patrick Queen fell a little bit. Jefferson fell a little bit. Damon are net the corner that was picked by the raiders with their second pick which was a bit of a surprise him going that high. But you know if you watch the tape on our net he is a battler. He is a competitor Even if he isn't the most talented of the coroner's in this draft Jordan Brooks the outside linebacker probably went a little bit higher to Seattle than most thought And then know again a Guinea Iggy Hogan a Is the way you would pronounce it. I believe Didn't work on that one clearly but the corner from Auburn. That went to Miami when Miami traded back with Green Bay and they took him at thirty. That was a bit of a surprise And then the of the first round The chiefs took Clyde Edwards Hilar- out of Lsu. I've talked a lot about the running backs the last two days. Going into this draft It's a position that I loved. Try TO GAS ON And I said that I didn't think the Andrea Swift who was really the back that more than any other was projected to be a first round guy or the first running back taken I liked JK Dobbins and I like Edwards Hilar- more. Those were the two out of the top four including Jonathan Taylor that I liked more then swift and Taylor I liked Dobbins in Edward Solaire. I think the chiefs got a gem at the end of the first round and he totally fits with what they're going to do. They're going to be a ton of running backs taken in the second round. I'll be interested to see if it swift or dobbins or Taylor that goes next I think Dobbins should be the next guy to go And and we'll see what happens There But you know a first round that I thought moved pretty quickly. You know there were some trades or a bunch of trades. Not early. The first one you know taking place You know when. The buccaneers switch switch spots with The forty niners. That was the first trade that went down that allowed the buccaneers to jump to a spot where they could get the offensive line into protect Brady and then. We saw a bunch of trades after that the dolphins You know Moving back with the packers And you you know a few more there at the end of the first round the The Patriots Trading out of their spot with the forty niners Etcetera Minnesota made a trade. They had twenty two where they took Jefferson. They had twenty five They made a trade with the forty niners moved back and they got the corner from. Tcu Jeff a gladly now as far as the Redskins Go couple of things We've talked about the Trent Williams stuff. In what the draft To the TR Trent Williams trade market. I would still bet that he gets traded. And I would lean towards like the vikings or maybe a surprise team like Denver. Maybe not so much of a surprise that that Garrett Bowles the first rounder that they took in two thousand seventeen is a disaster and they have the CAP space Even though they did sign John. Jameson you know last year to to play the other side and just a little more on the selection of chase young that came from less carpenter in The Washington. Post that I thought was interesting. Carpenter wrote that the redskins pretty much settled on young and they turned down at least two significant offers in the past week from teams looking to trade up to number two overall He had sources that told him that. One of the teams that wanted to trade up offered draft picks as well as a top player who wanted to be traded from that particular team The other team was reported You know by Fox sports to have been Atlanta who wanted to trade up from sixteen to number two. I think the first team that he describes more likely than not is Jacksonville. Had Two first round picks and they had a player in Jahic in in Gakugei Who wanted to be traded? So I think when he describes one of those teams was offering picks and top player. I think that was Jacksonville. I don't know that but it's just deductive reasoning Also wrote Less Carpenter did in the post that the Redskins Young but also coveted. Jeff Okuda the corner that went to Detroit..

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Hostage

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

04:21 min | 8 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Even so the case didn't quite feet from the spotlight scholars and writers were eager to explore the issues of online bullying. Technology and free speech raised by Conrad's death in July of two thousand nineteen. Hbo released a two part documentary entitled. I love you now die the Commonwealth versus Michelle Carter the film explored Michelle and Conrad's relationship and the resulting trial. Michelle declined to participate. But many members of Conrad's family sat for interviews in the Atlantic's review of the documentary writer. Sophie Gilbert talked about the cultural significance of the case saying it's messy in a way that indicts Carter less than the culture. She was raised in one where doctors prescribed drugs to teenagers without a real sense of their impact on developing brains and were digital. Technology has become ubiquitous so quickly that ethical framework surrounding its usage haven't had time to catch up meanwhile the Massachusetts legislature was working to rectify some of the legal gaps brought to light by the case on July twenty fourth two thousand nineteen the state legislature filed a bill entitled Conrad's law under the new regulations. Coercing someone into committing or attempting suicide could be punished by up to five years in prison in November. Two Thousand Nineteen Conrad's mother. Lynn testified in front of the Massachusetts Legislature Judiciary Committee in support of the bill. She said truth be told if this law existed. My son's case would have been settled more easily. Michelle Carter was released on Thursday January. Twenty Third Two thousand twenty three months short of her fifteen month sentence. Her release came early due to good behavior. A spokesman for the Bristol County Sheriff's Office said while she was here we had no problems with her. No fights no gangs nothing like that. She was polite to her. Staff are volunteers and she was in a lot of programs. I guess the best way to say it is. She was sort of a model inmate here. In Bristol. County Michelle's parents picked her up from the Bristol County House of corrections around nine thirty in the morning the twenty three year old emerged from prison looking tired and sombre. She kept her head down as she walked when she got inside her parents car. She lay her head down against her mother's shoulder. Several reporters waited outside the jail to watch her release. But Michelle made no comment as they drove away after being convicted for the impact of her words. Michelle Carter now. Seem to feel that. Silence was her best option Thanks again for tuning into crimes of passion. We will be back Wednesday with a new episode. You can find more episodes of crimes of passion and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Not only to spotify already. Have all of your favorite music? But now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcasts originals length crimes of passion for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream crimes of passion on spotify. Just open the APP type crimes of passion in the search bar and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram. Podcast and twitter at podcast network. We'll see you next time. When true love meets true crime crimes of passion was created by Max Cutler and as a podcast studios original executive producers include maxine Ron Cutler sound design by Trent Williamson with production assistance? By Ron Shapiro Carly Mountain and Aaron Larson. This episode of Crimes Of Passion was written by Christina Peonies with writing assistance by Abigail Cannon. I'm Laney.

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Pick Six NFL Podcast

Pick Six NFL Podcast

10:09 min | 8 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Pick Six NFL Podcast

"If the redskins trade down maybe could change. But they think they've got some nice pieces with Terry McLaren Kevin Harmon flash a little bit last year. They take a wide receiver. They're certainly but that's you know. I. I don't know if that's how Ron Rivera would go the lion's that they traded down. Maybe but they got Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones aggressive depth. They talent there The giants can't see. I'm really doing it with the way that Dave gettleman operates early. He won't move down. The dolphins we think are going to take a quarterback there. The chargers at the panthers don't like a team that would take a wide receiver. The cardinals could take one a pair of Meriva but like the cardinals jets and chargers either. Like all if you if you're not gonNA get a quarterback and cardinals and the jets. Aren't those teams that just in the Browns to half? Does this have to take the you have to take off its alignment and you just say? I'm Trent Williamson. Maybe that changes the Williams signed Jack Conklin or something like that but yeah yeah I mean I think that I think that case you know we will probably see the wide receivers fall on. Yeah it's a pretty good landing. Spot for the raiders. Maybe eleven and a half or even twel eleven and a half is probably fair twelve and a half because you know the raiders. Look like a team that could take a wide receiver running back thirty two and a half ride over under. That's I don't think the chiefs will do it. I keep BHADRA DRA mocking. If you will running back to the chiefs this time deandre slip only thirty two and then the second round. I think run on running backs. I'll let me see what I had on here. The second round had running back going insane. Forty nine to the steelers. Jonathan Taylor goodness and they can makers goes if he picks to the bills Jake. Dobbins to the Falcons Clyde Edwards layer to the Texans. So I think in the second round. That's great value for this running back to classes. I'd like this running backs Class A lot. Especially the first five or six guys and you don't have to take one in the first round. The chiefs don't have to do that. You get one at sixty three when they pick again address at defense at thirty two. So I'm going to say over on thirty two and a half. I think second round is where I had my run on the running backs as well. The one team. That's I did a cheap cheaper great when there as well the dolphins because they have three picks maybe they're more inclined to take running back because you. You probably wouldn't do that if you've had one first round pick but you have three. So that's you're you're almost you know it's a luxury at that point. You can afford take a running back with one of his three first round picks but the team that I kind of looked at in the first round that I think would be interesting. Is THE RAVENS BECAUSE MARK. Ingram is getting up there a little bit. I think the Andrea Swift would be pretty good replacement for mark. Ingram there in Baltimore at that would be spicy worth noting that the Ravens I haven't looked at gender social numbers but if you if you want to predict what running back the Ravens would take make sure that that running back is good out of shotgun all of their running backs. Before the season Jordan Justin Hill Justin Hill Mark Ingram justice. He'll look how we're GONNA get him justice and gus our. It's all very efficient running shock. Because they they they use the analytics to try and find guys that could pair with that could pair with Lamar Jackson. So a couple of interesting names that you have in the second round here to July. Let's see John Taylor on forty nine to the steelers as you pointed out Bryce Hall Fiftieth to the bears drop Lavinia. Chenault fell to fifty one of the cowboys. Aj I can't ever see it. Right has saved forming sounded out EBENEZER. Yeah that's AJ epidemic S in there. He going forty fifty bucks asked I kind of tend to think he'd be a first-round prostate t higgins and then a guy that I love Antoine Winfield Yeah. He's out of Minnesota until June. You're going to the bears via the raiders with the forty third overall pick. He's it's insane that we have Michael Pittman Son Antoine Wilson in this draft. If you if you if you want to feel really really old I agree and in fact when I was tax and Jonathan Jones about you. He also mentioned he asked me if I knew one of the NFL PR people This young woman whose whose dad it turns out his Donyell Marshall was like Oh my goodness I'm so old that is we're we're up there in age when that's when that's happening but don't we're about to get an influx of a lot more guys to because there's a lot more going from high school to College Right Now. Joey Porter Jr. while emmitt Smith's kid is out there I mean there's there's a ton of them right now so Tony Gates his kids coming up here soon. Mussa Muhammad's get coming up so there's a lot of them coming down the pike in. It's GonNa be one of those man. I'm feeling pretty old right about now. Kind of moments your soon. So range bosses. Kid was playing championship. Game he's coming. He's in this draft and he broke his foot. I think that's why he didn't compete at the combine but he actually played. Nc state correct. We had troy Vincent Kid and really stayed at one point in time. And what did he go to that year Probably the injury Bolsheviks by the way speaking of ESA he only seventeen at the combine and he didn't have a great combat. He didn't run particularly well. he sort of compared he didn't sort of he said. I patterned myself after. Jj Watt which. I understand. He's a bigger sort of defensive end. But JJ WATT FOUR. Eight and he bench press thirty something. I think when when he was there. Bryce house been injured. So it's sort of hard to get a feeling where he where teams feel. He is right now. The viscous Chenault has injures. Well ran a four five. Nine just had surgery on core muscle injury. So he's got healthy Buran if you're on four five then that's a different conversation. But he just hasn't stayed healthy. I think the cowboys have fifty one. Yeah there's a lot of death running back classic by Kyle Duggar Forty two by the way Lenore Ryan Prospect. Let's talk about some days Joshu broke down a six draft prospects. Who Need to come back from a bad combine show out in their pro day and the first one is our boy. Jake frahm Jake from State Farm Jake from state from really if you would be really punti about Georgia's per day March eighteenth. What what do you need to see from Rama's pro day to help boost the stock well? One of the biggest issues is the fact that he had those eight hundred. Seventy seven eighths chains which you know depending on he talked to. It's not much of an issue but for NFL talent evaluators. It's a fairly big issue because of what we've seen over the years there's just not a lot of prospects that have success self nine inches so that's kind of a concern but I don't know what he can really showed his pro day to do much better. He's kind of who we think he is he. He has an average arm. He does a fantastic job reading before the play so He goes through progressions really well. But YOU'RE NOT GONNA be able to show that in a scripted set of throws and that's probably his strongest skill set. So he's not going to be able to show that we're GONNA see his his average arm you know. He's not going to be the most mobile quarterback so he's just kind of who he is. You know there's not much for him to gain or lose at this point. I still think because of how intelligent he is that he would be a valuable. Backup at least initially. That could possibly work into a lower starving to your quarterback because I think he's tremendous in the way that he processes the game but there are some other athletic liabilities Chur Josh. I think he's Map Barclay like Matt. Barkley is his great calm. I don't know if it's floor to ceiling. But maybe that's that's the that's the kitchen area but he he ain't a guy that you can draft third round. Expect to start talking about this. He thinks he's better than will greer. Whose COMPASS KA KA story pick for the Panthers Third Round. But that ain't exactly a ton of praise on someone you so. Yeah you're better. That will greer. I think. He's like Josh that he hits chance to be a backup. And then if everything falls right he's the right place and all of the stuff. He has a chance to have some success but I just think is athletic. Limitations are going to be the downfall him being a consistent all sorted another cop I saw. I like to credit lance or lances greater. This job I called McCoy is a copper look. They're worse things to be McCoy to this. Podcast be rich famous by Colt. People in Texas would love be. We can call you. Call it if you want my pants. Every time I saw James Harris I think we can keep coming back to this though. Because we're talking Cole McCoy we're talking to Matt Barclay. I mean he may not be the star player. But you don't necessarily have to be a star player at the quarterback position because you know if you come in with a lot of high. Those guys tend to stick around for a long time especially with Jake from. Is You know. Intelligent is he. Is He's going to be an asset in any quarterback room because of the way that he sees the field he's going to be an asset to you. Know the Josh. Ounce Lamar Jackson wherever he ends up he's going to be able to work with the other guys in the quarterback reprieve pretty seamlessly. So how does the House the Pro Day factor into your formula for the bigger draft picture like you know? I mean I find ways to be. I mean it's it's like the combine in fact it's even it's even less like important in the COMBI because you're you're on your home turf showing off these bigger in these bigger pro days for a lot of people and tons of scouts their cool to go to like I to. Nc STATES LATU years ago. Bill Tech was rolled up which is like. There's you never know who you're going to run into it a pro day. That's always fun. But again like for these quarterbacks particularly like everything is scripted. It's against air with receivers. You worked with all throughout college. If you don't have a good pro as a really big red flag for me now I went I saw. What does your accused Brody last year? And Watch Eric. Dungy the quarterback who was sort of athletic kind of Iran. A four six..

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Secret Societies

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:10 min | 9 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On the morning of February Fifth Nineteen Nineteen Twenty one eight year old. Frida Burnell left her home in Aber to Larry Whales to run an errand for her father. She never returned turned. My guest hosts Amanda Kenyon and Lucy are going to take over from here to discuss the details of the investigation into Freitas's disappearance. Thanks thanks Vanessa. So around ten. Am that morning. Fred Burnell fritos. Father began to grow concerned the Aaron he'd sent her on taking all of ten minutes and win. Nearly an hour came and went not took to the streets to look for her. He searched the entire morning but there was no sign of Freda. Fred began to panic his daughter. His little girl was gone. Fred alerted the town crier. Who made a village wide announcement notifying citizens of fritos disappearance that afternoon? Police set out to find the girl pull. Dozens of townspeople joined. The officials forming a massive search party that day they come the village and traverse the wooded hillsides hillsides when darkness fell there lamps could be seen flickering from the surrounding mountains by the next morning. After looking long into the night the search party had found no trace of Freda the girl had seemingly disappeared into thin air. A dark reality dawned on the village. Aber tillery something truly horrible had happened to Freda Burnell and soon their worst fears were confirmed after seven. Am on the morning of the sixth a coal oh minor named Edward. Thomas was walking to work out a quiet back lane when he spotted. What looked like a pile of rags but as Thomas drew closer? He realized how wrong he was there. In a crumpled heap was the body of Freda Burnell. She was found only a few hundred yards from her own doorstep. The coroner later reported that Freda had suffered a blow to her head. They also found signs of possible sexual assault but it was the cord still tied around her neck. That made it clear. The young girl had been strangled to death. Someone had brutally attacked and murdered an eight year old child. The people of Aber tillery had a monster in their midst. It's that same day. Two detectives from London Scotland Yard traveled to Aber to Larry to investigate the murder by the following Thursday. They'd received their most convincing. Lead an anonymous source lead them to the storage shed behind mortimer's shop where Freda Frieda had gone on her errand. The morning she disappeared inside they found little fritos handkerchief. Only a few people had a key to a structure including fifteen year old Herald Jones. The last known person to see Frida Burnell alive. The following week the boy was arrested did and charged with her murder. The people of adversary were outraged at the arrest. Jones was known and liked around town. He was smart well-spoken and came from but good family. No one would believe that one of their own still a child himself committed such a vicious act in the months leading up to Harold Jones trial groups of supporters organized the village to protest his innocence and on the day of the proceedings in June of nineteen twenty one. A parade of witnesses took the stand to sing. The boys praises everyone from his father to his school. Headmaster spoke of Jones's good character. Even Mr Mortimer. The shop's owner created a false alibi. To bolster Sir at the boys Defense Jones was eventually acquitted due to a reported lack of evidence and as he emerged from the courthouse. The House the entire town rejoiced crowds swarm Jones singing for. He's a jolly good fellow while they escorted him to a nearby restaurant. They're the teenager stood from a top table and delivered a speech. I thank you all. I do not hold a grudge against the people of adversary for the horrendous ordeal. I have been put through. Some accounts claim that the town council even presented him with a gold watch but their celebrations would only last so long just days after his release another girl eleven year old flory. Little went missing this time. However the body was found in an attic leading from Jones's bedroom her throat had been slit ear to ear? Shortly after Jones confessed to both the murder of flory little and Frieda Burnell but because he was only sixteen at the time he was saved from the gallows instead Jones was sentenced to an adult. Prison is in where he would spend the next twenty years of his life after his release he disappeared into the London streets. Nearly a a century later. Freda Cornell's murder continues to leave. Its tragic mark on Abertillery. The graves of both Frieda and flory remain main. Prominent in the town's cemetery where they're regularly tended to out of respect peril Jones allegedly returned to visit the girls gravesites after his release from prison when other townspeople recognized him. They ran him out of town today. The gravesites serve as an unspoken warning of the horrors neighbors can inflict on neighbors and as a reminder of the young lives that were taken far too soon soon. I'm Vanessa Richardson. Thanks again. Amanda Kenyon and Lucy for joining me. Today thanks Vanessa. Thanks for having a great time. Yeah thank you so much and you can find our show whining crime on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Today in true crime is a podcast. Original you can find more episodes of today's true crime and all other parkas originals for free on spotify. Not only does spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. 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"trent williamson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:31 min | 9 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"In December of nineteen seventy-three they started plotting a kidnapping for their target. They landed on the heiress in their own own backyard. Berkley Student Patricia Campbell hearst. It's not provable but perfectly possible that SLA members met Patricia Tricia prior to her kidnapping. It would have been easy enough for the gang to recruit the wayward young woman. In addition to her less than Happy Circumstances Patricia Asia had a rebellious streak. She'd been kicked out of Catholic school as a teen and was growing marijuana in her back yard. Even her fiance was her high school's former math teacher. Her parents did not approve but they did publish the engagement announcement in their newspaper. The San Francisco Examiner officially officially the newspaper announcement is how the SLA got wind of Patricia. 's location however the kidnapping came about out. Patricia wound up trapped in a closet. Making voice recordings spouting SLA rhetoric and begging her parents to feed the homeless. If if they ever wanted to see her again but nothing they did was enough by April fifteenth. Nineteen seventy four. She was robbing robbing banks she spent the next year on the run. Robbing more banks building and detonating small bombs even acting as an accomplice in a homicide when most of the SLA died in an FBI. Shootout in May nineteen seventy-four. Patricia remained on the Lam eventually splitting up from her surviving kidnappers. Completely but she didn't make any effort for it to return home or to her old life when the FBI caught her in. September nineteen seventy five Patricia claim to be an urban gorilla so was Patricia brainwashed or was she a rebellious teen escaping the rigors of life in the upper crust. This was the question question laid out in her criminal. Trial famed lawyer. F Lee. Bailey used the relatively new diagnosis of Stockholm Syndrome for Patricia. Tristesse defense even renowned psychiatrist. Dr Robert Lifton said Patricia was subject to psychological manipulation and should be treated with with the same sympathy as a coerced prisoner of war. Unfortunately the jury didn't see it. That Way and Patricia was sentenced to seven years in prison however she only served twenty two months before her family's aggressive. Pr Campaign convinced to President Carter to commute her sentence. Twenty years later President Clinton issued a full pardon in the time. Since Patricia Patricia has maintained she was a victim of coercion and Stockholm Syndrome. She was held captive starved and sexually assaulted for nearly nearly two months before she determined that her only chance of survival was to join her captors she joined and stayed close to the SLA Soleil because she felt that if she tried to escape they track her down and kill her. There will always be people. People who think Patricia hearst should be held responsible for her crimes that she meant to commit the robberies and acts of terror and violence but as to whether she went off the deep end with teen rebellion or was just a young woman overwhelmed by circumstances beyond her control. Well all we can do is take Patricia's own word for it speculation or no. The best answer to the question is simply to believe her. Aw thanks for listening to today and true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson. If you enjoyed this episode you'd check out our episodes of hostage female criminals and cults on the hearst kidnapping today in true crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Not only to spotify already. Have all of your favorite music nick. But now spotify making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today and true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful hateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast cast network. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime Today. Today's and true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original is executive produced by Max Cutler sound designed by Trent Williamson with production production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden Isabel away and Joel Stein. This episode of today in true crime was written by Abigail Cannon. I'm Vanessa Sir Richardson..

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Espionage

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Espionage

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Con Artists

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"trent williamson" Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Political Scandals

"Have. My wife nude again it sick. I thought he never met me as quickly as they rushed toward Abramov Mauve when he was waving VIP concert tickets and all expenses paid flights representatives. Staffers now ran as far and as fast fast as they could away from him. By the end of two thousand five twelve members of Congress announced they would return their campaign donations nations from Abramov and his associates. And yet for all the hype about Jack. It was Michael Scanlon. Who is charged with bribery? I on on November twenty. First two thousand five Abramov's former partner in crime entered a guilty plea in federal court. It's pretty typical for federal prosecutors to indict smaller fish before bigger ones. The idea is to set up. Exactly what happened. The lower level criminals cooperate rate with prosecutors in exchange for leniency. Their testimony then helps to convict the person the feds really want to nail to the wall or sometimes sometimes just knowing that their confederates have already flipped is enough to get a guilty plea from the big fish too. That's exactly how things worked doubt for Jack in January of two thousand six. He pled guilty to mail fraud. Conspiracy wire fraud and tax evasion. Asian with his e mails already leaked to the media. He could see his own handwriting on the wall. It's always taxes. Didn't anybody learn. Learn anything from Al Capone if you're going to steal or gripped find a way to pay taxes on the proceeds the IRS always gets their share air in the end after Jack copped his plea even more lawmakers were pressured to return his donations or give the money to charity. This second batch of elected officials included President George W Bush and House majority leader. Tom delay the ladder. In particular killer was under fire for his close relationship to Jack Abramov his luxury golf trip. On Jack Dime infuriated voters. George George W Bush tried to save the majority leader even making a public show of support by inviting him aboard Air Force One but the image age of delay boarding another fancy plane just reminded his constituents of all the flights Jack Abramov paid for in March of two thousand than six Jack. Abramov and Adam Ca. Dan were both sentenced to almost six years in prison. Both were allowed to stay out of jail. Temporarily rarely in exchange for their help with a broader investigation into congressional corruption with Abramov now on the side of federal prosecutors. Tom Delay's time was up in April. He resigned his seat in Congress. Delay was later tried and convicted of money laundering but the conviction was overturned on appeal even as a free man however he was damaged goods in Washington. He couldn't even get work. As Muscle. Lobbyist a brief attempt to rehabilitate his reputation by appearing on dancing with the stars didn't bear fruit. It turns out the only person who really wanted to make Tom delay dance. Was Jack Abramov. Meanwhile the federal investigation into Abramov's associates God it broader and broader. Thanks to their star witnesses. Cooperation jacked cheerfully name names and revealed details of exactly how he bribed arrive. The legislators ultimately over twenty people were convicted in connection with the Abramov scandal among them was former congressman. Bob Name who admitted to taking a bribe. He became the only elected official to serve jail. Time as a result of Abramov activities. Plenty of staffers and lower level public officials were thrown under the bus. But of the one hundred congressmen Abramov. Once boasted of controlling the only way was ever even charged after the bribery probe had gotten all it could out out of its big fish. It was finally time for Jack to face the music. He reported to the Cumberland Minimum Security prison on November fifteenth in two thousand six. The man who wants build no less than one hundred fifty thousand dollars per month was forced to work as a dishwasher in prison prison for twelve cents an hour out of those earnings. He was expected to start making a dent in the court ordered twenty five million dollars in restitution. He owed his tribal clients and his one point seven million dollar tax debt while Abramov scrubbed pans in the clink. The wider world remained horrified by his revelations about Washington corruption. George W Bush never personally faced consequences for his ties to WHO Abramov unless you count returning some money. That is but his party suffered historic losses in the two thousand six elections on a scale comparable rebel to the one thousand nine hundred ninety four Gingrich Revolution discussed with Republican corruption continued and it helped to propel Barack Iraq Obama to a presidential victory in two thousand eight the young charismatic Obama and his support for campaign finance reform even appeal to some Republican voters. Who felt betrayed by people like Tom delay? There's a natural follow up question here and that is did anything things change in Washington. If you believe Jack Abramov that's a big fat. No since his two thousand ten release Jack is on the record occurred saying that everything he did in the two thousands he could do today despite some attempts at campaign finance reform large campaign donations. Oh nations have only become easier to make in recent years thanks to a series of Supreme Court decisions most famously. The citizens united a decision in two thousand ten led to the creation of super pacs political action committees with absolutely no legal limit on and donations sizes in an interview with CBS. Abramov put simply. You can't take congressman to lunch for twenty five dollars and buy. I am a hamburger or a steak or something like that but you can take him to a fundraising lunch and not only by that steak but give him twenty five thousand dollars dollars extra and call it a fundraiser. There's one more big glaring sign that Jack Abramov truly believes Congress is still available for purchase. You guessed it. He's lobbying again. After a brief stint as a campaign finance reform activist vist Jack Abramov re registered in two thousand sixteen has a federal lobbyist these days his big crusade is against the green renew deal a package of climate legislation championed by left of center elected officials including representative Alexandria. Oh Cossio Cortes in a recent fundraising pitch to his supporters. Abramov wrote Alexandria. Oh Cossio Cortez wasn't even in diapers. When I started ended fighting the left and I'm about to teach her and her cronies a few things they're going to wish they never learned? And it won't just be a math lesson Jack. Abramov subtracted ethics multiplied. His fees divided his clients and added a few bribes. The product of this fuzzy math breath was a years long corruption probe followed by a stint in jail. Let's hope for the sake of the American voter that this time time. The arithmetic problem he's talking about is the federal budget. Thanks for listening. We'll be back next week with scandal number forty nine the chappaquiddick incident where we dig into the question of whether or not Ted Kennedy got away with murder. You can find all episodes of political scandals and all other podcast originals for for free on spotify. Not only to spotify already. 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"trent williamson" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"trent williamson" Discussed on Dog Tales

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