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"AP sports, I'm Bruce Morton. Iowa sent shockwaves through the women's college basketball world. It held off previously unbeaten defending champs, South Carolina, 77, 73. AP national player of the year Caitlin Clark led the way for the hawkeyes with a semifinal record 41 points and said this game wasn't just a win. It was a showcase for her sport. I'm sure so many people wish this was a series of 7 games. That would be really, really fun. And I think we continued the series. It might go one way or the other every single time. The game Crocs aliyah Boston said this wasn't the way they wanted to finish, but they still had a season to remember. Just winning. 36 games. I feel like that's unbelievable. Sunday, the hawks will meet LSU, which took over in the fourth quarter and a 79 72 win over Virginia tech. Alexis Morris was game high with 27 points for a Bayou Bengal team that made it to the championship game for the first time in program history. Maybe the standing champions at the end maybe I can just let go and just be like, ha. Next up, the men's final four on Saturday with Florida Atlantic facing San Diego state followed by Miami versus Yukon. Pro basketball, the Celtics continued their push for the top seat in the east by besting shorthanded Utah one 22 one 14. Jason Tatum came through with a game high 39 points. Each game presents a different challenge. And so whatever we went through today was probably not going to be as hard as what the players are going to be like. Other NBA winners included the Knicks, grizzlies and sons. Baseball Jorge solar and jazz Chisholm each Homer to give Miami a two one decision over the mets. Dave ferry has details. So Lara put Miami ahead in the second inning in Chisholm provided insurance in the 8th. Jesus luzardo combined with three relievers on a four hitter with lizardo yielding two hits over 5 and two thirds. The Astros came from behind to beat the White Sox 6 three, and the rockies won at San Diego four to one. First Martin AP sports
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Clark, Iowa end perfect South Carolina season in Final Four
"Obviously it feels really good to take down a team that has a one 42 straight basketball games. That's really, really hard to do. Nobody's been able to do it all year. They've been ranked number one in the polls and all we did was believe and then go out and achieve it.
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
A Lenten Meditation on John 11:45-56 for the 5th Saturday of Lent
"The next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel according to John, chapter 11 versus 45 through 56. Many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him, but some of them went to tell the pharisees what Jesus had done. Then the chief priests and pharisees called a meeting. Here is this man working all these signs, they said, and what action are we taking? If we let him go on in this way, everybody will believe in him. In the Romans will come and destroy the holy place and our nation. One of them, caiaphas, the high priest that year said. You do not seem to have grasped the situation at all. You failed to see that it is better for one man to die for the people than for the whole nation to be destroyed. He did not speak in his own person. It was as high priest that he made this prophecy that Jesus was to die for the nation, and not for the nation only, but to gather together in unity the scattered children of God. From that day they were determined to kill him. So Jesus no longer went about openly among the Jews, but left the district for a town called ephraim in the country bordering on the desert, and stayed there with his disciples. The Jewish Passover drew near, and many of the country people who had gone up to Jerusalem to purify themselves, looked out for Jesus, saying to one another as they stood about in the temple. What do you think? Will he come to the festival or not? What word made this passage come alive for you?
National Archives Admits Over 1,100 Biden Records Pages at Penn Office
"The national archives The national archives used to be kind of a boring place to where bureaucrats went to went to die you know Get their pensions Put in their 20 years get 80% of their salary retire at the age of 48 Head down to Florida or wherever they went But not anymore it's been politicized like everything else these bastards do quite frankly Ingest the news John Solomon's outfit Madeline Hubbard the national archives has admitted That approximately 1000 You haven't heard this today 1170 pages of records from Joe Biden's time as vice president Were found at the Penn Biden center November 2022 The agency said it does not have custody of any records discovered at Biden's home in Delaware Now let's get this straight It wasn't just a few far Remember they used to compare them Trump had hundreds of documents They only found like ten files about 1170 pages of records And the archives does not have custody of any records discovered at Joe Biden's homes In Delaware The American first legal foundation highlighted the revelation yesterday by publishing a letter that the national archives sent to the conservative legal group in response for freedom of information act request Folks these freedom of information act requests whether in the hands of outstanding conservative legal groups or in your own hands Are very powerful weapons
Elizabeth Warren Has Declared War on Crypto
"The crypto community is extremely fond of the apocryphal Gandhi phrase, first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. We have a tendency to pretty much always think we've entered the then they fight you phase, but as of this quarter, I think it's pretty much official that we are now well and truly into the then they fight you face. The breakdown has had numerous shows about operation choke .2 and what seems like a coordinated effort to deplatform crypto companies from U.S. banking and in general push crypto offshore. But just in case there was any doubt, any doubt at all. Yesterday, Elizabeth Warren, the self styled emperor of the crypto antagonists, announced her formal reelection campaign for her Senate seat in Massachusetts. To do so, she released a video on a series of graphics with her looking determinedly off camera, with a big blaring headline that had been recently written about her. Some of the accomplishments highlighted included, subsidized child care, and over the counter hearing aids, great things for sure. But that wasn't all she chose to focus on. And what she did focus on would overshadow all of it. The image she chose to start that video, the headline reads Elizabeth Warren is building an anti crypto army. The headline is drawn from a February article in Politico, which covered the senator's sponsorship of the digital asset anti money laundering act last year. That act would require software providers and blockchain validation infrastructure operators to record significant personal information about protocol users and proactively generate money laundering reports without any government requests for information. Coin center called the bill unconstitutional and said it was, quote, a direct attack on technological progress, and also a direct attack on our personal privacy and autonomy. Of course, that's not Warren's only attack on crypto. Since this time last year, senator Warren has sent at least 15 letters on the topic of crypto to regulators, companies, and even the FTX bankruptcy judge. She's also sponsored at least two bills which were dramatically increased the data collection requirements within the crypto industry.
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Looking for a Final Four edge? Think offensive efficiency
"It will be Yukon against Miami and San Diego state versus Florida, Atlantic in the NCAA men's final four on Saturday. None of the teams is among the top three seeds with a number four, two number 5s and her number 9 advancing this far. That doesn't surprise Miami coach Jim Lara, who entered the tournament as a 5th seed. There's too much parody in college basketball. There's too many changes in rosters every year now. The transfer portal has created that. FAU is the 9th seat, but don't tell coach dusty may, his team is a Cinderella story. When you've done what our guys have done with so much longevity and consistency, they don't consider themselves a flash in the pan. FAU San Diego state tips off the semifinals. I'm Dave ferry.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
War Correspondent Chuck Holton Tells Us About His Career Path
"For those who haven't met you before a senior war correspondent footage and coverage of late. Tell us a little bit about your career path, how you got to be. What did you say before we came on air? How many you just got back from a trip? How many nations in Asia did you visit in how many days? Half a dozen Asian nations in 14 days. I usually travel to about 25 countries a year. And I've been doing that for two decades. I started out in the special operations community in the U.S. Army, where it was in the army for 8 years, flew helicopters the last four of those. And then once I got out of college, I became a stockbroker for about ten years. And made a lot of money, honestly, but had this epiphany when I realized that all of my clients who were all multi millionaires told me at some point in our relationship, you know, I just wish I spent more time with my kids. And I realized that I was headed down that same path. And so I started looking for a way to restructure my life where I could have more impact on my children and have more time with them. So that's how I became a writer. And that, you know, that had its own challenges, but not the least of which it was a lot less money. But it led to me getting called because I was writing about military topics right at the beginning of the war. Getting called from certain agencies, news agencies to become kind of a talking head. And then got asked to go to the war zone and cover the war. And that's how I got to be a work correspondent.
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Mourners gather for 1st Nashville school shooting funeral
"Mourners gathered for the first funeral for victims of the Nashville school shooting. 9 year old Evelyn dick house was described as a shining light. Friends and family bid farewell to a girl who loved art, music, animals, and snuggling with their older sister on the couch. Reverend Craig stauffer at the woodmont Christian church said the challenge is to take her light and keep spreading it to a world that has so much darkness and pain. The church is just a few miles from the covenant school. Dick house and two other 9 year olds and three adults were killed. Reverend stauffer told the AP it's been surreal and a nightmare that they are waiting to wake up from. It's been one of the hardest weeks you could imagine. I'm Ed Donahue
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Pope Francis heals from a respiratory infection while the Vatican hopes to breathe new life into its relationship with Native Americans.
"On this week's AP religion roundup of France's heels from a respiratory infection, while the Vatican hopes to breathe new life into its relationship with Native Americans. An infant is comforted by his mother as Pope Francis baptizes him at the gemelli hospital in Rome. Francis spent most of the week there, healing from bronchitis and was expected to be released Saturday. Meanwhile, the Vatican tried to heal its relationship with native tribes in North America. This week it rejected the doctrine of discovery based on 15th century decrees that legitimized the colonial era seizure of native lands. This goes beyond land. Michelle Shenandoah is a Professor of indigenous law at Syracuse university and a member of the oneida Indian nation. She says the Vatican's rejection of the doctrine should prompt governments like the United States to address past abuses. It really has created generation upon generation of genocidal policies directed towards indigenous peoples. Native groups have called on the Vatican to formally rescind the papal bulls that provided the Portuguese and Spanish kingdoms, the religious backing to expand their territories in Africa and the Americas for the sake of spreading Christianity. Those decrees underpin the doctrine of discovery, a legal concept coined in an 1823 U.S. Supreme Court decision, which was cited by the high court as recently as 2005. The repudiation of the doctrine marked a historic recognition of the Vatican's own complicity in colonial era abuses committed by European powers. Truly, it has been decades that indigenous peoples have been asking for attention to this. Father David McCallum says the post visit to Canada last year opened up a new opportunity to address the church's relationship with Native American tribes. This captured not only the Pope's attention, but also the wider Vatican's attention. Indigenous leaders welcomed the statement as a good first step. Even though they hoped the Vatican would acknowledge greater culpability for historic abuses. I'm Walter ratliff.
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Probe of deadly Black Hawk crash underway in Kentucky
"The military has released the identities of the 9 soldiers killed during yesterday's Black Hawk helicopter crash in Kentucky. They ranged in age from 23 to 36, man came from 7 states from New Jersey to Florida to California. They were the 9 soldiers aboard the two black hawks from Ford Campbell's 101st airborne division that crashed during a nighttime training exercise. The armies deadliest training incident in 8 years. The division's commander says their losses will reverberate for years. A military air safety team from Alabama is investigating what led to the crash, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Now Is the Time for a Public Display of Support for Trump
"Fired up today. You better believe it. And by the way, every single one of you, if you have any Trump paraphernalia, maga hats, now is the time to wear it. Public displays of support. You better show the left and show the world that you're going to go after him. We lean in. We do more. I can tell you, I personally, obviously, have endorsed Trump since the very beginning for 2024. But this only intensifies my support. This is no way. This is not about Trump. This is an all out blitzkrieg and assault, a waterboarding operation on the entire system. The whole constitutional rule of law system, presumption of innocence, due process, statute of limitations, all of it. All the tyranny the conservative movement has been warning about the nauseating op eds the last 60 years. Alexander scholz needs a gulag archipelago. It could come here. How many times have I heard a Republican well, people need to know, communism could come here. It's here, everybody. It's in our systems this year is the crossing of the Rubicon. Enough that it's coming here. Oh, it very well might one day hit our shores and, you know, we might have a country we don't recognize. Living in it right now, hello. Now we got to win it back. I'm going to tell you how, because the good news is we actually have public consensus and support. I would be pessimistic and I would be negative if we did not have an opposition party that controlled so many chambers of power in this country. The problem is we don't use it.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. Barry Moore: Trump Indictment Is a Chance to Heal the Country
"Does Trump overcome that? He's still going to have that challenge if he's the nominee going into 24. Well, you know, one of the things I tell her by the process that I went through, the lord says that fuel humble himself, if yourself before him, he will elevate you before man. And so I pray that president Trump gets to a point that maybe the lord does a great working is hard. I think that there's an opportunity here to heal the nation and to reach people that we haven't reached previously. I mean, think about it for many, many years, minorities in communities have claimed that the justice system was weaponized against them. If they step back and look at this for what it is, they see that we're all engraved danger if they can go after Donald Trump, they can go after us. And so we'll see. But we need to pray for the president, but the process I would not be here today had not been through that process in 2014. So the lord of break you to make you to shape you and sometimes you go through some tough times, but I just want the president and his family know that we're praying for him. We're going to support him and I think the American people will show up as well and we'll have a one heck of an election in November 24. Well, and one of the things that got you through it is your amazing spouse. And I know it's not the first time you've heard it. Man, you outkicked your coverage. Brother, listen. The ham sandwiches were her ideas. She's like, hey, let's hand them out. And no doubt, man. The lord is we were a great team. And she's a comms major ran my campaign for your charge. That's how we were able to win with so little money. And one thing I want to mention to people that are paying attention, the speaker rates and how that played out, the Republican conference up here in D.C., the members of 70% of us are new since Trump was elected. So there is a different move in the country. It's more about the American people and representing them and making this nation great again. And I think we need to continue to grow that movement to get behind the president and push back against this weaponization and the attack on liberty that we so appreciate. And Joe, and sometimes I think honestly, take for granted in this country. Well, then
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Can President Trump Even Get a Fair Trial?
"And now it's of course been assigned to another judge in New York that is also an anti trumper. If this ever gets to trial, which I don't believe it actually will, can Donald Trump get a fair trial. A jury of his peers in a community that voted about 85% against him. The bluest of the blue in Manhattan? With a partisan DA, a partisan judge and a partisan jury. The problem that Republicans have when trials get brought in Washington, D.C.'s, you've got a 90, 95% Democrat area. Judging people that they already despise. That's really what you have with Trump. This will never go to trial. First of all, you have serious serious statute of limitations issues. You got a two year statute of limitations on this, the state case, and the federal case again has been pushed aside by federal authorities as not valid or not sufficient to get a conviction. Again, Trump didn't even get fined. Hillary Clinton got fine, she didn't get prosecuted, but she got fined for almost the exact same thing that Trump is being prosecuted for. And yet the mainstream media is going Gaga over how great this is. The nitwits on the view are just kind of cataclysmic in their joy and orgasmic in their love of the fact that Trump's been indicted. Again there are going to be a lot of motions. The state court doesn't have jurisdiction. In Tennessee, for example, where we're broadcasting from Memphis, the district attorney in Memphis can't file a case prosecuting the violation of a law in Montana. Different jurisdictions. Same thing is true with state and federal, city, and federal, city, and state laws. And you've got this DA who ran as a source funded candidate, pushing forward to prosecute Donald Trump.
The Dan Bongino Show
Vivek Ramaswamy: Firing Politically-Biased DOJ, FBI Members
"My last question for you the fake Rama Swami presidential candidate 2024 I believe having been a federal agent that the DoJ and the FBI are our biggest source of trouble in the bureaucracy as we're seeing right now with the attack on Trump Will you commit to the audience here that you will give a good look to the firing of anyone who doesn't put the constitution first whether at the FBI and assistant United States attorney or anyone who puts their politics for the oath of office regardless of the media outcome because they're going to fillet you for getting rid of these people like they fillet George W. Bush but it is perfectly within your authorities potential president to get rid of them I will get rid of them I will fire them I believe the U.S. president is constitutionally empowered to do it You fire them and you fire the legions of people under them That is the key I've seen it in the private sector That is what I'm core part of my domestic agenda Dan We're going to go in there and shut down those agencies and for the agencies we don't shut down We're going to fire the people who are actually corrupting them And you know what You don't have to vote for me now That's for next year But you could vote to get these ideas on the debate stage even if you just gave that dollar It's literally before the march 31st quarter deadline at Vivek 2024 dot com If you gave a dollar that's actually what helps get a prominent spot in the debate stage And whoever wins this election we better level up the conversation in our party to actually define our agenda That's what I want to focus on And I only got ten seconds but do you pledge to support whoever the GOP nominee is I do as a condition for getting on the debate stage I'm not a partisan party hack but at the end of the day I think that we need to unite in actually taking our country back and I will help do that in whatever way I can as a citizen So we are running to win this
The Dan Bongino Show
Vivek Ramaswamy: Competition Breeds Innovation
"And if you were the nominee or Trump or the Santa or whoever it is you can all kind of learn a little bit from each other in the end when it's all over and you link shields Hopefully you take this thing back I'm sorry I didn't mean to interrupt you there No I thought you were asking me I just agree with you vehemently Dan is competition breeds innovation as we say in the private sector The same things actually true in politics Competition brings the best out of each of us And I'll say something about maga about America first These are big ideas They're bigger than any one man than any of us They're bigger than me they're bigger than desantis They're bigger than Trump I give Trump a lot of credit for starting this movement but to take it to the next level it's about putting America first and America wins in the end when we have many people who are interested in advancing that American cause and I'm in this race because I do Now in my case I'm 37 years old I'm a millennial I'm the first millennial candidate to ever run for U.S. president as a Republican And I'm doing it because I think the next generation of Americans is missing a shared national identity I want to create that for them I got two kids For their generation I think we need to create a missing national identity and through the question of what it means to be American And I think to put America first the moment we're in then is we have to first remember what America even is And that's the purpose of my campaign And you know what We've already seen examples of other candidates that are starting to advance some of the same policies that I've advocated for Some of my fans said that they found that they were irritating and they were criticizing others I said no no no guys This is a good thing We're sharing these ideas for a reason It's a good thing if other candidates espouse them So I embrace that actually
The Dan Bongino Show
Vivek Ramaswamy: Everyone Should Condemn the Indictment Against Trump
"Listen we know you're running for president but I have to say I really appreciated from the start You're forceful to condemnation of everything that's going on with Donald Trump and this growing police state we live in I happen to agree with you that primaries are a great thing for fake I have no issue whatsoever but you jumping in I'm a friend of Donald Trump been a supporter for a while but I think iron sharpens iron But I appreciate that you have been able to put that aside and say listen this is bigger than Donald Trump or even my campaign We got to handle this right now Exactly And you know what I'm running to unify the country but you know what could unify this country more is if the president of the United States now came out and condemned this politically motivated persecution through prosecution And you know what This is not a left wing or right wing issue Dan I'll tell you this In the Bush Cheney years imagine if they had said they wanted to arrest John Kerry while he was running on a technical campaign finance violation Imagine if Trump said that he wanted to have Biden arrested by a Republican state level prosecutor over a technical campaign finance violation ahead of the election I would be condemning that too but those things didn't happen this one did And I don't care whether it may be politically convenient for many people in this race including in the Republican primary If Donald Trump were not in it that's not the way we run elections in this country We run elections in this country because the people of this country get to decide who governs We have a justice system where you don't have prosecutors delivering on their campaign promises to indict specific people and Alvin Brad did run on investigating Donald Trump as a campaign pledge that is not how our justice system is supposed to work and just speaking out of the candidate but as an American I condemn it and I call on him to drop this politicized prosecution because that's the right thing to do and it'll be good for this country
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Vivek Ramaswamy: A Trump Indictment Goes Beyond Partisanship
"I know there's a lot of chest thumping going on and gloating by the Trump haters, but they don't seem to realize Vivek that there's Republican prosecutors too. They're Republican legislators too. You're opening up a Pandora's box here where we could see, as you put it, the criminalization of our political process and I hate to say it. Two sides can play that game for Vic. It is the sad reality. I want to be on record being very clear about this. Suppose it were 2019 and there was a Republican state level prosecutor that was trying to stop Joe Biden on the campaign trail in the 2020 presidential election and the campaign leading up to it. By arresting him for a technical campaign finance irregularity. I would have been equally opposed to that happening back then because this is not about Democrats and Republicans. It is about a system of constitutional self governance where the people of this country get to decide who actually runs the government, not some prosecutor gone rogue over getting political attention. The justice system ought to actually be apolitical, regardless of whether you're Donald Trump or Joe Biden or anybody else. And so this goes beyond partisanship, and that's why I think it goes beyond politics. I'll tell you that a lot of the people who are gloating about this quietly are even in the Republican Party. In the field, particularly presidential candidates who might have a more convenient path that may be good news for them, but I think we need to rise above politics. In fact, I think the single greatest thing Joe Biden could do is get on TV and call on this Manhattan DA to drop this politicized persecution through prosecution. He spun to run on uniting the country in his four years in office. There is not a single more uniting thing he could do than that single act and I would applaud him if he did it. I don't expect it to happen. But this is about the country.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
If You Say George Soros Funded Liberal D.A.s, You're Anti-Semitic
"And so to those who say we should rise above, we should not fight fire with fire. We should not present ways to prosecute Democrats for their misdeeds or crimes. I'm sorry. I have to, I have two words to that. Screw that, screw that, I think I'm representing the feelings of millions of Americans today when I talk about my anger, my sadness, for this country, and what we're being put through by lunatic, Soros, initiated district attorneys like Alvin Bragg, and by the way, the left has already figured out a way to counter the narrative, the realistic narrative, the truthful narrative that a radical billionaire named George Soros has funded the careers and the campaigns and the ten years of a lot of radical active as district attorneys and state attorneys like Alvin Bragg, there, you know what they're counter now is. If you point out accurately that the Alvin brags of the world are Soros installed, you're an anti semite. That's their latest counter. I mean, you can't make this crap up. They're so pathetic. They are such a bunch of clowns, and they're such a bunch of weak, stupid people, and all they got in this upside down world is your anti semitic if you point out that Soros funded the careers of people like Alvin Bragg, because I guess Soros is Jewish. So you must not like Jews.
"under year ago" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"Kitchen worker and he did not survive. His name was evan. Roberts and i mean if a butcher account went a knife fight for any of that i don't know why i have just beat it in my head leg with jack. Stir tied together building really clean leather jackets years after the hotel. Even open. I think one of the things that comes up when shiloh was doing the research as she was like organizing bullet points. I found it so interesting that they focused on the fact that la was growing so quickly and because of the weather that there and you know and the the sort of the promise of go west young man and get rich there were tons of transitional slash transient people coming and going from the downtown area. No matter how nice a hotel was right around. The corner was likely going to be a flop house of some kind so there was a lot of transient people moving through los angeles at the time. So one of the real mysteries that we found you know that that adds to this sort of compilation of crimes as in nineteen thirty. Seven elizabeth. Rice was a wealthy seventy one year old woman from akron ohio now. She decided at seventy one. She was gonna take a solo trip Around the panama canal and then end up in los angeles and clearly almost under years ago. There's no yelp. there's no way to really check the area like calling or like. What is this area like that. I'm going to be driven to. After i get off the boat. There's no way to really confirm any of that. She checked into the barclay on december. Twenty ninth and by. Vin was going through really its first phase as a rundown hotel even though it had really been built only a couple of decades before so a few days later a housekeeper found her seated in a chair in her hotel room with her skull. Severely fractured articles of clothing were scattered all around the room the bedding was saturated with blood and the murder weapon was still in the room. It was a brick and it had been placed in the bloody sheets on the woman's bad. Now what's weird is. The motive didn't appear to be robbery. Because elizabeth still wore a very large diamond ring and a gold watch sat on her dresser. And it doesn't look like there's any evidence of other valuables being taken from the room unless there was something specific that that person was going for and we don't historically that's going to be lost to us. I think several months later a mother and her twelve year old daughter were murdered in the exact same way in their apartment on olive street which is very close by and that motive was determined to be sexual in nature as subs. The suspect was referred to as a sex maniac. So is it someone that had access to the hotel room. Did they even bother to check to see. If a seventy one year old woman had any kind of sexual trauma right you know historically. That might not have happened. Yeah exactly. it's it was left in some newspapers just a mystery like we don't know what happened at all. It looks kind of weird was a robbery. But then if you look at the newspaper articles a little bit later this horrific crime happens with the woman and her daughter and they ended up arresting somebody and connecting him to this crime as well because he used a brick in both cases. So that those are just saying you know chronologically some of the highlights But we wanted to really highlight discuss two serial killers that completely terrorized downtown los angeles really like three decades apart and both hunted at the hotel. Barklay so scott you talk about la slasher in the forties. I mean just just to drop a note. Thanks for that intro into this note that for ellie not so confidential. We had a patriotic and listener. Meet up downtown utilizing an absolutely fantastic down towards downtown Haunted and crimes tour. That was absolutely the one of the best produced walking tours of ever seen and this guy gave us a lot of information about this hotel in particular but to focus on really the first big serial killer that was noted was the la slasher so in nineteen forty. Four november fifteenth. badly mutilated bodies of two women. Were found at separate hotels in downtown. La and of course theme of the episode today one of them was there at the barclay The first victim was twenty five year. Old virjee league griffin. She was discovered at two pm on november fifteenth. She had been staying at the barclay and her body had been found stuffed into a clothes closet. There was a large butcher knife and a razor found in the room next to her body and she was mutilated in some pretty horrific ways which is all power public record. I think this is going back to tammy as you let us in. This is really important to know that like newspapers at that time had absolutely no boundaries when it came to listing you know like legs being snapped like cleaners and like out is being gouged out too much blood like things you would actually never think about would be in a the la times or you know a supposedly reputable newspaper with nimmo. Push those things now. It was determined that virjee had been murdered or at least she expired at around eight. Am that morning. And i guess the murderer had to get an early start because he went on to murder another woman that very same day and the second victim was thirty. Eight year lillian. Johnson jr was discovered just after three thirty pm. And lillian was really badly mutilated and it was noted in even public reports that her breasts and vagina had been bisected full. La slasher yes. That was that was yeah. I learned the hard way you could still find pictures of the postmortem like the crime washes up. Yeah there's like flashes up on your web screen when you do a search absolutely while the death investigations were ongoing. A description of the substance of the suspect was pulled out and Distributed to all patrolman on duty with lapd and there was a patrolman h. e. donlan he recalled seeing a man who fit the description earlier in the day while he was doing his foot beat near third and hill streets. He decided to check out the bars because he figured the subset. Subject subject suspect could be picking up women and sort of a those establishments. Let's find find somebody who's already neabry aided and kind of not going to be altogether so at five thirty pm. He entered a bar at three to six south hill street. Just a few doors. From where lillian johnson was founded the barclay. So in this dark bar he knows demand was drinking glass of wine and chatting up this woman and the man was holding a book of matches from hotel barkley so the man was arrested. His name was auto steven wilson and when he was taken into custody his hands were found to be stained with blood and he had a razor in his pocket. So i guess that's why the dark bar was working as you didn't wanna bother. Go washing your hands. Hey it's dark in here who's gonna say. Maybe they'll think it's wine. Drinking wine did confess to the two murders by seven thirty pm. And he just stated that he started having impulses to kill about three months earlier so they did a little bit of history on him. The medical discharge from the navy four. What was then called sexual psychosis and when they interviewed his wife. She reported that he had once waited for her to get out of the shower and then sliced her buttocks with a razor and began to lick the drops of.