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"darryl rich" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"darryl rich" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"You know what like be infirmary is getting a little bit but we are. We're were on the were on the outs. I'm at the point in time. Where like i can handle this voice to Keep this voice forever this this like saucy husky voice. I love your voice. And i was like. You're my sick foyer. Stay this not like regular candy. Yeah and i think last time we talked when we did Darryl rich i was really going off about how. I was the only one who didn't get the illness and i knew that which i think i had. This is what parents shield is a person who takes care of everybody shield. Sure you have it. Sure until everyone's on the up and up and on the other side and then all of a sudden it comes crashing down on you because now you're allowed to have it your body like stops you from getting it so you can take care of everyone else. Maybe that's what it is. Maybe it's like evolution. i think it is. It's like you gotta take because all of a sudden everybody started getting better and i was like whoop here ago. Yeah but i haven't got it as bad as everybody. So that's true. You did about as everybody at all i got my immune system is like notch gobble and you know what i was thinking too because like i said the other day me and john were like oh my god. I hate life road and she was like i feel. We wanted to like throw puncher. But i was like. I think it's because you work in a hospital. Yeah you're still out in the world with the pandemic everybody's been closed in. So i think our. I've been around a lot of long journey. Yeah and i've always. I think that definitely helps. 'cause i've been doing that for a long long time before before the pandemic so i think it has helped my immune side because i've always had a pretty good immune system..

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"darryl rich" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"darryl rich" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"You know what l. like be infirmary is getting a little bit but we are were were on the were on the outs. I'm at the point in time. Where like i can handle this voice like to Keep this voice forever. This this like saucy voice. I love your voice. And i was like. You're my sick foyer. Stay this not like regular candy. Yeah and i think last time we talked when we did darryl rich. I was really going off about how. I was the only one who didn't get the illness. I knew that which. I think this is what like parents. Shield is a person who takes care of everybody shields. Sure you have it. Sure until everyone's on the up and up and on the other side and then all of a sudden it comes crashing down on you because now you're allowed to have it your body like stops you from getting it so you can take care of everyone else. Maybe that's what it is. Maybe it's like evolution. i think it is. It's like you gotta take because all of a sudden everybody started getting better and i was like whoop here ago. Yeah but i haven't got it as bad as everybody. So that's true. You did about as everybody at all i got my immune system is like notch gobble and you know what i was thinking too because like i said the other day me and john were like oh my god. I hate life road and she was like i feel. We wanted to like throw puncher. But i was like. I think it's because you work in a hospital. Yeah you're still out in the world with the pandemic everybody's been closed in. So i think our. I've still been around a lot of long journey. Yeah and i've always. I think that definitely helps. 'cause i've been doing that for a long long time before before the pandemic so i think it has helped my immune system because i've always had a pretty good immune system..

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"darryl rich" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"darryl rich" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"Kind fun to be around. She's beautiful her husband. Said she was amazing. Wife and mother like just all around a great person year old a nine year old son. Yeah she went to madison beer garden. And yes it's beer or excuse me bear. I said i said it backwards. My mind immediately says beer. yes. And that's why i was like yes. It's bear garden. Which i thought i kept reading it wrong ahead to look it up like three times. It's madison bear garden with her friend. Sarah it's just like this local pub. Though like college students sung out at it was like a cool place to go so sara ended up leaving for a bit and by the way. This was like linda's like naito like she was like. I'm going out and paul was like have so much fun right like this was just. She didn't do this often. She was just like. I'm going to go out and have fun so sarah. Her friend ended up leaving a bit with some two dudes that she knew i guess and she ended up coming back and when she came back. I think like forty five minutes leader. Linda was gone okay to immediately was like that doesn't make sense in patrons at the bar said they saw her with a man with dark hair and a dark beard. Who would later be identified as darryl rich Her friend. Sarah was like this is strange but maybe she league knew someone and got a ride back to oroville. I'm like that's all. I can think of because she was like steffi leading. Go home with anyone married with a child so darryl rich later explained that linda got in the car with him the way that he was able to get her in his car was to offer her. Some marijuana okay. And whatever it's the seventy i mean. She was going on and when they were in the car he asked her to have sex with him and she said no and the way he said it was he asked her to make love to him okay and she was like no thank you right and he went ballistic because he can't handle rejection so he punched her in the head as hard as he could and drove away with her in the car. He drove her to where he lived in cottonwood which was an hour away so drove her unconscious an hour away. The last story he told was because he did tell a couple of like little changes in his stories..

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"darryl rich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:07 min | 8 months ago

"darryl rich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"There's what's called the River Trail in in reading on the Sacramento River up in that part of the world, and a woman was walking. She was abducted, raped and brutally murdered. And we had a guy in the county jail on another assault, and he confessed. You know, I got air quotes going. You know, the folks can't see me to the crime. Well, his confession didn't really add up. There was no independent, circumstantial or physical evidence that corroborated that he did it. And I made a judgment call that we're not gonna prosecute this guy for that crime. We're going to send him to prison for the next 397 years or whatever it was on these other assaults. We're not gonna do that, because I just don't think this is something in my gut tells me this just isn't right. So I took that press conference because it was a very high profile, controversial case in the city already To explain. Attempt to explain what we just talked about now. Fast forward 20 plus years They got a DNI a hit on a cold case out of a guy. I think he was in Georgia or something. On that case, So you know, I'm not saying I'm some ammunition, right? Yes. But he wasn't the guy right? And and despite having confessed to it, and you got to look at, you know what is the circumstantial evidence? What is the physical evidence? Corroborates a confession because a confession in and of itself While a very powerful thing really needs to be supported by other evidence, Interesting the and I think there's also often times a big misunderstanding on the part of the general public in terms of what actually With the elements of a crime are so yes, something horrific has happened. But did somebody did That is the person to be charged guilty of intentionally acting in a way with malice to cause the outcome that occurred or could it be a mistake in good faith? Or perhaps in some cases, you see it a lot in law enforcement shootings. Where it doesn't have a good look. But in reality, the person who made the shooting decision was absolutely in compliance with the law. Those were things that are very, very difficult for people to Understanding overcome when they're so charged with emotion, which is why I think this is the approach I've tried to take over the years as an elected D A. As United States attorney is I feel it's part of my task to do the best that I can to educate the public. About the rules that we have to live by the system as it structured and what you know what the lanes are. What can and can't you do Internet for two? Try toe educate folks so that we make decisions and have an understanding of decisions based on facts. And not emotion. I don't think you knew this. But long before you were the D A and Shasta County. I was actually involved in the arrest of Darryl Rich? No, no to two brothers that were illegally in the country from Mexico that had shot and killed the deputy sheriff Kenny Peregrine, who was actually out in the town of Bernie. If I remember correctly, he was transporting him back from Bernie to the main jail. Yeah, he actually had a hideaway gun that was that fell off the seat of his car under the floorboard. Ross slid under the out of the seat. Into the cage back seat. One of the two brothers shot him in the back of the head. That patrol car did a couple of end over rolls and these guys hit into the woods and we went up. So he's a group of us from special ops here and Sacramento County. Went up there in the cold and snow and it was an extraordinary different experience in terms of law enforcement environment, But it was, I don't know. It was probably in the early 1991 92. So I went up there 97, So I probably still pretty fresh all about that. Remember Jim Pope, sheriff, right? We would. We would go to burning on a regular basis just to check in with the folks out there and he'd always put that's where we found him at any point in going on mill up. There was extraordinary cold Saturday morning. Okay, We gotta take a break here. Take care of some other business. You got thoughts or questions for the U. S Attorney. Give us a call It 808 34 15 30 much more conversation coming up right after this. Don't go away. Sacramento's number one for breaking news. Continuing coverage in local news, Mayor West Sacramento traffic traffic on the stands every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons and weather. The storm is on Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. Either John McGinnis here for the good folks at Sierra Pacific Solar, You know, there's so many resource is that's here Pacific and bring to bear when you have challenges in terms of keeping your house comfortable, very, very important concept, isn't it? Something about this. 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"darryl rich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"darryl rich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Like Victor centreboard John begins with you there's not a three point one K. P. K. also thrilled to have in the studio the honorable McGregor Scott U. S. attorney for the Eastern District of California you can follow us on Facebook live and we're talking about all things justice and we're not even limited to the the federal system because of Mister Scott has a tremendous depth of knowledge and state justice as well having been a prospect practicing prosecutor in Contra Costa county and the elected DA and Shasta county before being appointed as US attorney the first go around so a couple things that I that I was curious about I am looking at a a memo here from your boss the honorable William Barr in which she says Hey it's time to resume capital punishment that afternoon nearly two decades of laps what's it look at that I Juxtapoz that with California's law I don't know if I can call California's law but the governor has issued a moratorium that I think is outside the bounds of law frankly but he did you suppose that is that how do you how do you come to terms of that and and what are your thoughts essentially as was mentioned in Attorney General Barr's letter there was essentially a moratorium in the federal system in that revolved around the same issue around which there is a stay on executions in California that is the execution protocol the combination or mix of drugs California's used what we call a three row cocktail and the feds had that same three three drug cocktail and now the fed's done away with that gun of the single drug which is what eliminates that issue it's it's a process it's been approved by the Supreme Court there's no way around it and may I just interject that it seems like there's been an abundance of selling this associated with that even I have a dear friend who's a an anesthesiologist I can have dinner with him tomorrow night and he will tell you that that not that he would do it on this maybe you can very effectively put somebody into a state of slumber or they'll feel no pain at all and then because they're hard to stop is medically biologically scientifically clearly beyond question and his professional estimation and he's got an abundance of knowledge on it obviously well it's this a bright and trouble for saying this but also here's the deal so I attended an execution I know when I was district attorney and that was of Darryl rich who had killed five young women and a girl and rate for others and no question was over about his guilt or innocence he admitted to all these things and and that was under the three drug protocol and it was I I hate to use these words because a man was dying and it was a very peaceful process it was there was nothing dramatic about it it was very meal he just he was on a Gurney the injector the things you want to sleep in the past it's now it's what now we'll see when they put down their beloved pet well and so then when a federal District Court judge in San Jose a few years later issued this this T. R. O. preventing use of the three drug protocol on the grounds that it might be cruel and unusual punishment that's just did not in any way shape or form line up with what I it seems my own two eyes so I've struggled with this whole thing from day one from that grounds so the so the the US Attorney General has in fact director the bureau of prisons to institute the death penalty against five persons who have been committed of horrific crimes against children and elderly people no questions about anybody's guilt or innocence and so the feds are gonna March for with this process and I think Attorney General Barr made the very salient point to connected back to California which is that the Congress has passed a law the president has signed it into law we is the department of justice have the obligation to carry out the law exactly now the governor I would remind him that the voters of this state on numerous occasions have voted for the death penalty the Supreme it was you know and and the Supreme the state Supreme Court upheld run the modifications were made to it as a result of the twenty sixteen election proposition ballot and so it's the law yeah and it's been upheld by the courts and so it is not the job of the executive branch to impose its own moral judgment and abstain from the foreman forcing the law it is the law and it should be enforced in the department of corrections is ready to go today with a single drug protocol to to to the essentially to put to death sixteen I think is the number yeah a person's all of whom have exhausted all of their appeals Eddie Van habeas petitions and everything else in the U. S. Supreme Court has said we're done these are rare to go so so I would draw that contrast between what is the job of the executive branch is being carried out by Attorney General Barr in what is the job of the executive branch is being carried out by the governor of the state right and even governor Newsome's predecessor governor Jerry Brown who is adamantly opposed to the death penalty acknowledge that there were no innocent persons on when he was Attorney General Jerry Brown very publicly said to a newspaper that he's looked at all the files on death row and there's no innocent people on death row one other than just underscore I not only has the I have Mister Newsome's constituents voted for the death penalty they they affirmatively voted against the elimination of the death right twice twice twenty twelve twenty sixteen the voters this they were given the opportunity to abolish the death penalty and they declined to do so twice okay taken a caller to insure let's so let's get your calls my one six ninety one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty let's check in with Frank I've been reading an area you know well Frank good afternoon welcome to the conversations are good afternoon I listen to you often I'm like something that you thank you very much I also really I really want to compliment McGregor Scott when he was just get tourney of Shasta county and it's been twenty years ago now the Williams brothers killed a couple for a couple of friends of mine he was great it reassuring the community the gay community and also also the Jewish community in in Chester County and I just want to compliment him on that either I'm sure you didn't hear it often enough that is getting it now okay well I'm I'm glad I'm glad you called Frank a great go ahead well Frank I I I very much appreciate you taking the time and effort to call in a pass on those kind words I I look back with great memories of my time in reading in my time there is the D. A. and and I tried hard every day to make a difference and to make people feel that they had someone who would seek justice in the D. A.'s position and so I I you know I I know you're referencing the Williams brothers and all that horrific stuff that happened back in the summer nineteen ninety nine but we stood up for justice we set up for the victims we did what we thought was right you did you did a good job thank you I appreciate the call and the A. D. R. kind words very much Frank yeah that's it's interesting because as you hear that you hear from somebody in the community you experience that loss and want to does justice desperately now I with that we've gotten so crazy in terms of this bizarre evolution were somehow who have done the honorable work that you and many others have done are looked at as cancer and I just find that so troubling and it's I think it's I see it as a product of group thank words become popular to push back against the idea of law and justice in order and that rebel against it maybe were back in the in the nineteen sixties era mindset but it's I find it the highly problematic to say the least I think the problem is that certain group certain persons have dominated the dialogue so if you say something enough it becomes true M. and that's that's what's happened I mean this this concept that of mass incarceration everybody talks about well wait a minute it was against the law yeah you chose to break the law you know what the potential penalties were added benefit of law says you have the prod benefited and due process so so why is that mass incarceration and so I reject that premise I do too and and yet that seems to be the foundation around which all of this discussion is taking place and so I don't really understand that but but the problem is people like Cory Booker and others thank you know they they say mass incarceration enough and then everybody starts to think well that's just the way it is and it isn't necessarily that way we'll take a quick break we got more calls to get to right after this don't go away we'll come right back voices.

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