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"jeff shane" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The spectrum to gamma rays and just see the whole universe and they just live in space with these massive Collection optics. What what did they do. They just look out in an experienced that that vast array of of what's being developed and if you're such a system presumably you would do some things for fun and the kind of fun thing. I would do says somebody who likes video games is i would create and maintain and observe something like earth and so in some sense weird like all what players on the stage for this Superconducting cold computing system out. There i mean all of this is fascinating to the the fact that you're actually designing systems here on earth. They're trying to push this technological at the very cutting edge and also thinking about how does the like the evolution of physical laws lead to the way we are is fascinating that that coupling fascinating. It's like the ultimate rigorous application of philosophy to the rigorous application of engineering. So i Jeff you one of the most fascinating. I'm i'm so glad. I did not know much about you except through your work and so glad we got this chance to talk. You're you're one of the best explainers of exceptionally difficult concepts And you're also the speaking of practical able to function intellectually at all levels of the stack. Which i which i deeply appreciate this was really fun. You're great educator great scientists. it's an honor that you spend your valuable time with me. It's an honor that you would spend your time with me as well. thanks jeff. Thanks for listening to this conversation with jeff. Shane line to support the spot guest. We shut our sponsors in the description and now leave you with some words from the great john cormac who surely will be a guest on this podcast. Soon because of the nature of moore's law anything that an extremely clever graphics programmer can do at one point can be replicated by merely competent programmer. Some number of years later. Thank you for listening and hope to see you next time.

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"jeff shane" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with jeff. Shane line a scientist at nist interested. In optoelectronic intelligence we have a deep technical dive into computing hardware. That will make jim. Keller proud are urge you to hop on to this rollercoaster ride through near morphou computing and superconducting electronics. And hold on for dear life. Jeff is a great communicator of technical information and so it was truly a pleasure to talk to him about some physics and engineering to support the spot guests. Please check out our sponsors in the description as usual. I'll do few minutes of ads now. No ads in the middle. I try to make these interesting so hopefully.

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

02:12 min | 4 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"Next season but check in next week when we'll be bringing you a special bonus episode before the break for more information on the case and relevant photos follow us on instagram at kt underscore studios the piped-in massacre returned by county is executive produced by stephanie. Lie decker and me. Courtney armstrong editing and sound designed by executive producer. Jared aston additional producing by jeff. Shane andrew becker and chris graves. The pike massacre.

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

05:09 min | 5 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"Jody bars reporting helped raise awareness about curtis and jennifer's murders. The police were seemingly unable to make any progress still today. No one's been arrested. Kirk james family have no more answers today than they had. When we rolled out of pike county for the last time and aired the the final broadcast into this case from your extensive investigation seems as though investigators know what might have happened to curtis and jennifer and who may have done it. Why do you think there has been an arrest. That's my question. I don't know why there hasn't been an arrest. I don't know the investigators just didn't have enough. I don't know what else was needed to finish investigation. You've got people in these statements telling stories that you fill out what happened when you know the people who were adelphi in these statements as having gone to this murder seeing committed these crimes. It came back home. So i don't know why. Or what or where. Investigators art at this point in time. This is where fifteen years down the road. No arrests so as far as families concern and i talked to them regularly still today i mean they they feel like this is a miscarriage of not even justice. They didn't get that far. It's just an incomplete investigation. You just hope one day you'll be able to finish the story because at this point two people are dead in. It appears that whoever did this is you know gotten away with murder but that won't be the case fangio. Montgomerie has anything to do with it. You're still on this mission to get answers to get justice and also to make sure that it doesn't happen to another family right. I got my kids up. Were they were a little bit. I had a little bit of time on my hands. So i started going full force with getting hopper case out into the public. Speaking i went to the prosecutor spoke with him a few times. I went to the sheriff's we had an interim sheriff. When mr reader got suspended we're told just helps coming and it never does and i noticed that it's always when i get really rowdy. Squeaky wheel gets the most grief. When i start squeaking. I'll get a phone call. Hey just hang on. I'm going to figure out and nothing happens in. We're tired of it. That's like the most emotional about is just feeling like nobody cares. And i can't imagine what curtains anyth- mom their mothers feel like. That's another thing that puts the fire under by ass. It's never it's not going to bring them back. You'll always have a hole in your heart from that. But i would love to see someone get arrested for curtis in jennifer's murder and get prosecuted and that we get justice more information and the case relevant photos. Follow us on instagram at. Kt underscores studios next week will be bringing you the season finale where full panel of contributors will answer listener questions. So please write us with anything you wanna know this week. Is your last chance to get the questions. In the piped-in massacre returned by county is executive produced by stephanie. Lie decker and me. Courtney armstrong editing and sound design by executive producer. Jared aston additional producing by jeff. Shane andrew becker and chris graves. The pike massacre returned to pay. County is a production of iheartradio and kt studios for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows do you wonder where your food comes from more. And more people to america's corn farmers work hard every day to grow a crop that you can be proud to serve your family. And they're doing it with an eye toward sustainability caring for water air soil and resources that fuel healthy families and more sustainable products. Take a look to find out how farmers in rural america work to make life better for all of us from cities to their rural communities learn more at nc g. dot com in cg a a commitment to the future in a rapidly changing world. People wonder more and more about where their food comes from. And how it was grown farmers who grow america's corn understand how important this is and want to share the stories from our farms of how we are working to grow an incredible crop that can be an answer to sustainability questions and has grown by men and women who value the air water soil and our natural resources just like you to find out more about how corn farmers are working to feed and fuel a vibrant economy and healthy planet visit. Nca dot com a commitment to the future..

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"Pike and massacre returned to county a production of iheartradio and katie studios. You've got all these scenarios in your head. I think this may have happened her navy. They did this. Every family of a murder victim does that you lay in bed and you think what happened. Why did they do this to did this. There's someone out there roaming around that killed two people that you could be standing beside in the grocery store and scary is the pike massacre returned to pay county season two episode ten hopper road. I'm courtney armstrong a television producer at katy studios stephanie. Lie decker and jeff shane over the course of producing this series. We've spoken to several members of the road and family because of a gag order and impending trials for the wagner family. They have been unable to go on record but earlier this year. One member of the family told us that her friend a pie. Tin resident named angie montgomery wanted to share a story about her own family and a loss they had suffered some years back. Coincidentally that same week a listener wrote in asking about that exact case so for this bonus episode as gear up to the season finale. Next week we decided to look into it. Angie perhaps more than most people can empathize with with. The roads are going through when we spoke to angie. She had just heard about jake. Wagner's plea deal in the road murder case. This news hit angie especially hard. She told us that she immediately reached out to her. Rodent family friend. I remember texting her just telling her. I was sorry that had to hurt so bad knowing that you sat down to eat christmas dinner with these people. You went to church with these people. So i can't imagine finding that out. Angie reflected back on the day. The bodies of eight members of the rodent family were found. I think we lost our innocence. That day we lost our wholesomeness our trust. We lost everything it was like you weren't a days this is happening. Your like where am i living. What's going on here. it's crazy angie's bewilderment is no doubt informed by her own tragic loss ten years before the road and family was gunned down. Her cousin curtis francis and his fiancee. Jennifer forget were also murdered and pike county. Angie spoke with producer. Chris graves about it. I know this probably hard. But can you describe for me. What happened to curtis jennifer on december. Ninth two thousand. Six curtis at his friend's house visiting he had been drinking that day and having a little bit of fun and jennie had came down and told him that he needed to get home and he laughed about ten thirty that night and went home and his mother talked to him before he went to bed. Belt midnight. I think in jenny had talked to a friend. I think about eleven thirty so they were going to bed and the next day. Nine one one call came in that genie's.

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

06:01 min | 5 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"As part of his reporting pilcher. Track down michael moran to get his side of the story moran vehemently denied all the allegations about being involved in any prostitution or sex trafficking rings up. Talk to michael moran three times at length and we. I talked to him i said. Are you a sex trafficker. People have said your sex trafficking it says here in this affidavit your sex trafficker what do you say to that. She tried to play the dumb country lawyer. The following is an audio recording from that interview. With michael moran. I don't even know. What a kimmy. The definition of a sex trafficker. So then we get all these women lined up. We come back home and say okay. We've got these women now saying that you're the guy and he says okay and then he was more angry. He would not go on camera with a second time during one conversation pilcher. S moran specifically about making. Lancaster moran denied being her pimp or being involved in any of that kind of activity but when james pilcher brought up the possible whereabouts of megan lancaster. He got a shocking response. Pilcher related the story to producer. Jeff shane a joke with me. Hey maybe she's in my basement. Maybe she's in my backyard. He thinks that the joke because he knows what the rumors are late. What you so. You asked him directly about it absolutely. I said you have anything to do with meghan lancaster and he said no. But you can check my basement. everybody else wants to. You can check out back. He said i. I've invited the cops in to take a look. Well i'm not going to surmise whether he's trying to get away with anything because i i don't know whether or not he had anything to do with her disappearance. I really don't are reporting. Didn't lead down those path. But he had this attitude that he thought he was smarter than you that he thought he was smarter than anybody. And i think what probably from my reporting in my history on all this is a. I read a lot of stuff about him and leading up to them and i'd see stories here and there but nobody but nikki blankenship kept adam. Nobody kept on him. And i can tell you that we never went away. The photographer person that i worked with was always in the courtroom blogging. Blogging him. That she was there was always taking pictures or getting video of him in action in the courtroom. We never went away. In twenty twenty authorities finally made their move phillies rated. The home of a well known lawyer suspected of running a national sex trafficking ring for years march twenty fifth state and local police raid. Michael moran's house with a search warrant in dave used. the attorney general was personally present for that enforcement. When you get the state attorney general showing up to serve a search warrant. You know that there are some very important people watching this. I'm looking at the story. I did and you can see. Iran is sitting on his porch in his stocking feet while police are searching his office. Slash house now. The thing you've got to remember too which is interesting is brick two story house. It sits on the corner right across from the courthouse and right across catty-cornered from the local prosecutor's office. So he literally can walk back and forth from his house. Slash office to the courtroom and walk right in front of the prosecutor's office. Just seven months later it all came crashing down for michael moran longtime defense lawyer and former city councilman has been arrested in an alleged sex trafficking operation friday october. Twenty third to twenty twenty state and local police teamed up in arrested. michael moran. this comes nearly seven years. After that initial affidavit issued by the da for nikki blankenship. It was a day that marks the culmination of years of tireless work and a victory for dozens of portsmouth women. When my father was arrested october twice he was arrested on the eighteen charges that included sex trafficking racketeering telling 'em promoting prostitution when that came out. That was a real exciting day for me. I was screaming iran screaming. Because i worry that no one was ever gonna check. No one was really ever gonna look into it. I really worry. I know that the cincinnati inquirer they had to do their own investigation but it was approximately a year before they started releasing things and when they release things. I still didn't know anything was ever going to happen. And so finally i was like okay. At least somebody's finally checking. Did it kind of validate journey started on. Yeah yeah it definitely did. There are also a lot of people who are saying. He's a great man. And i worried about that. I'm like did i make a mistake. Am i wrong. And there's no way. I have seen that i i was at this point. I'm like i have so much evidence. But still i can't. I don't want to hurt anyone's life. So yeah i was like okay. Something i it was valid and everything i have time for for a decade is olive yeah katie. Lancaster also felt a great sense of relief and was struck by the uncanny timing of miranda arrest. Maria was arrested october. Third twenty twenty the day before megan's thirty third birthday. I mean i was on my way to columbus not jumped out the damn car while it was moving. I couldn't speak. I couldn't talk. Couldn't tell anybody what was going on. I was just like oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Like i just couldn't believe it and four to happen the day that it did it was almost like a sense of okay now i know this is a god thing like this happened the day before. Megan's birthday almost eight years into it like it could not have come at a better time. It was like oh my gosh we did it. We got this far. Megan look.

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

08:05 min | 5 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"I'm dr lori centers. I'm a psychology professor at yale. And i started to notice that a lot of my students all that happy so i created a new class longtime everybody to psychology and the good life. But it's not just my students who need to understand the science being and that's why we launched the happens lab so you can learn about too. Are you ready to feel happier. Head to iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or if you like to listen brought to you by ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire. Welcome to the piped-in massacre production of iheartradio and katie studios. Somebody pretty important in ohio. Once asked to be why. I was so vested interested in this case in sex trafficking. I had to be honest with myself and i had to say when i first heard it. I didn't believe it. i didn't think it was widespread. And ever since then. It's been like these women aren't lying and they deserve all lavar. This is the pectin massacre return to pike county season. Two episode nine twenty five miles south part to. I'm courtney armstrong a television producer at katy studios with stephanie lie. Decker and jeff shane throughout the series we've examined abuses of power by authorities in ohio from law enforcement officials to city councilman investigative reporter. James pilcher drew a through line in the cases of pike. County sheriff charlie reader michael moran and the corruption that has infiltrated the southern ohio criminal justice system happening in these kinds of counties. So much either. Hey you had ineffectual or corrupt or both law enforcement right. You had a community or a culture of lawlessness that has descended on upon many places in rural america. And i think that's one of the reasons. Nobody's watching nobody cares to watch not to enhance or blow up importance of journalists. But if you don't have some kind of watchdog or Somebody holding officials accountable i. It doesn't always work in two thousand. Seventeen reported nikki. Blankenship uncovered an affidavit filed by the drug enforcement agency. The document detailed and fbi investigation into a portsmouth. Ohio lawyer and former city councilman michael moran. Its content supported stories. Nikki had long heard from area. Women who claimed that moran was involved in sexual digging and prostitution. It should be noted. That michael moran has strongly denied the allegations. So when i got this affidavit. I i mean they took it to my publisher my editor and they wanna prove that it was real it was authentic and all this was real and so i contacted private investigators that i knew had the look into the document further. I call people in court systems. That i knew and had them looking into it. I verified it over and over and over and ultimately they said that no we're not going to publish gave my letter of resignation that day and the said ethical differences. I left during the course of her reporting on sex trafficking and southern ohio. The issue had become personal for nikki. She often spoke with the families of portsmouth women that had fallen into prostitution and others whose family members had gone missing or been murdered after her resignation. Nikki had a crucial decision to make. I made a promise to the families little bit. But i promised these families and i shouldn't have as journalists thomas them but i did. I promise that i was going to scream until someone listened. So i felt like i was just repeatedly be shut down. I feel very helpless. I had to do something. I had to put it out there somewhere. And social media's. I knew even if only local families were able to see that i thought it might them in some way give them something and as a local journalist a lot of people locally were on my facebook page so i went ahead and i publish him. I went to sleep. Woke up the next morning. I had hundreds probably thousands of whites on the close already traits if not thousands of shares and messages for everyone. But it kinda went crazier than i expected to win. You saw the affidavit. What ran through your head. I was not a bit stunned and people. They want me to be stunned. But i wasn't. That's katie lancaster. Speaking with producer. Chris graves katie's best friend and sister-in-law megan lancaster went missing twenty thirteen. Katie alleges that megan worked for michael moran as a prostitute moran denies these allegations. What went through my head is. Oh my gosh like. I'm not the only one that sees this. You know like the fbi sees it like it was just so just a sense of relief. News of the affidavits spread. It soon. Caught the attention of cincinnati inquirer investigative editor. Bob strictly who had once worked for the newspaper. The portsmouth daily times initially was sports editor in portsmouth and was elevated to managing editor. And during my time there there were always these rumors about michael moran and the women that he was around in circles he he ran in and at the time early in my career it just seems so far fetched or smith if nothing else is a remote so a lot of things get tossed around without substantive evidence to back it up but it was quite surprising to receive or that there is something that could actually back this up. We got a copy of it ourselves and verified through various attorneys and around the council. And i went back and looked through notes that i take and i 'cause i never throw away notebook for my time. Working enforcement was like a lot of this tracks. And here's a government official saying so and it's in a sworn affidavit. So it's time for the chips allah table and get involved says too. Big of a story took more even. If it is a place that is not traditionally in an area where type paper covers it. I don't know if initiated a sense of responsibility as much as it triggered a pretty huge amount of guilt that motivated me to go pitch the story of our bosses despite paper being two and a half hours away from the subject that we were covering and luckily bosses were hospitable enough to allow us to explore that dig real deep in this story and turn over some rocks that needed to be turned over decades ago the puerta. Jane's kilter was writing for the inquirer at the time mob. Boss came to me. Because i was investigative reporter and said what do you think about this. You wanna take a look at this guy. Trafficking women all over the country from this little town. This burned out shell of a town. It's known as the epicenter of the opioid epidemic. Is he doing. This is it. Sure can we prove it. I really thought there was no way. There was no way this could be going on for so long and nobody did anything about the other interesting thing. Was that the paper got. This wouldn't publish it. I mean it's a federal affidavit and they still wouldn't publish it right. There in the hometown of mike moran picks it the big city newspaper from two hours away in cincinnati to come in and do this investigation now granted. We have the resources of usa today behind this but why not at that have been published or if the local newspaper had been truly and independent harm or an independent high with some of this stuff have gone on. I don't think so the first time i went to portsmouth. I didn't know what to expect. Nate partnered me fulltime with photographer. Who is also on the story is she and i were just shooting some footage out at the. Us shoe factory and there was graffiti. They're talking about a prostitution and drugs and things like that and this guy writes up on a bicycle san What you guys doing. We just kinda tell them so. By the way.

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

03:57 min | 6 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"Welcome to the massacre a production of iheartradio and katie studios. A lot of what i do is i can tiptoe into people's tragedy but i get to pull my toes out as opposed to the families who their entire lives. Are you know shattered. And in some cases destroyed and decimated which certainly happened in this case but as the story unfolded as we started piecing together things and talking with family members and law enforcement and people in the community became clear to me. I guess this a special place. This is the perfect massacre returned. Pike county season two episode six. The victims need a voice. I'm cording armstrong a television producer. Kt studios with stephanie decker. And jeff shane the day. That eight members of the rodent family were found murdered. Journalists chris graves began covering the story for the cincinnati enquirer. Her insight is crucial as she spoke with members of the victims families. The rodents manley's gillies in the immediate aftermath of the killings. She's the only journalist to conduct an exclusive interview with the wagner family. Just weeks after the rodents were found dead grave sat down with jake wagner who has now pled guilty and has accused mother angela. We finally got chris graves to sit down for an interview after many tries. She speaking out now because she feels it's imperative that the victims have a voice in this story. This is highly significant due to the current gag. orders here. She is speaking to our producer. Also named chris graves. When did you. First hear about the road murders. So i i heard about the crime the friday and which it broke. I saw a tweet. As i recall in the first news of this was there were people dead in pike county and that the police were beginning to investigate so my news instincts kicked him. And then i texted our editors and said this is our story. This is what i was thinking. Multiple people found dead in more than one location along. Union hill road in piked. In this morning. I two pm. Investigators say they found eight people dead seven adult victims and a sixteen year old boy all from the rodent family shooter or shooters out there somewhere. No one is in custody right now. Whoever they are They were trying to possibly wipe out this entire family. I was trying to get somebody. Who's on the ground. Who has is who can help you as a reporter because when stories like this begin to unfold. There's just so much you don't know you don't know anything. There was a church right across from union hill road and i managed to get reverend fill on the phone and i just started interviewing him and during the course of that conversation i could hear the reverend fulton talking with what appeared to be a family member who turned out to be leonard manley. Leonard is the father of dana manley road and also the grandfather of cana. Roden chris junior and l. advocates. So i asked him if he could quit. Leonard manley on the phone and he did and that was the first time i talked with a family member. He was able to tell me in that conversation who they believed had been killed and it was his daughter who found the first four victims. Who made the first nine one one call which we've occurred. I was trying to on the phone piece together. Who all these people. What their relationships were who were they. What were the relationships..

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"In general where a lot of them get in trouble is it because they feel so powerful and touchable. I don't know but man you look at it in the final analysis. What we have here is a guy in pike county who had the county by a streaming who had the trust of people who live in that county. So is it power. I don't know all that. I know at this point. Is you had an elected official. Who makes a pretty bad decisions and he's paying for it now. Have you gotten a sense. What the implications might be for the wagner cases that readers now going to jail there early facing down prison for whether or not that had anything to do with the actual investigation. No one knows by. If i'm a defense attorney all i gotta do is throw it that smokescreen at some point and see what happens and if i'm a prosecutor i'm thinking okay. I need to have a contingency plan to how to answer this. If you're the defense. I'm assuming you will bring it up in court. You'll you'll point to that if the judge allows it and say you know. How can you trust investigation. This man was out there on the scene that morning. I think it makes people in the county question. What's really going on there. While we wait to see how sheriff readers conviction will impact the wagner trials. One journalist continues to grapple with the legacy of the road and murders story. That forever changed her life more than five years ago. More on that next time for more information on the case and relevant photos. Follow us on instagram. At kt underscore studios the pike and massacre. Returned by county is executive produced by stephanie. Lie decker and me. Courtney armstrong editing and sound design by executive producer. Jared aston additional producing jeff. Shane andrew becker and chris graves. The pike massacre returned to pay cownie a production of iheartradio. Kt studios for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows if you're a small business owner growing your business what it's all about that is if you have the space to do it. Cube smart self storage has the solution with a variety of storage unit sizes helpful online resources and easy to access facilities. Keep smart self. Storage provides a self storage experience that puts the focus on you. Because you and your business matter most and help you grow cube. Smart is offering up to twenty five percent off your monthly rent. Say goodbye to crowded inventory and hello to your business. Success story with qb smart self storage visit cube smart dot com for more information in the land of diamonds. Mervyn king maker queen with a gorgeous movers. Diamond before you go down on one knee visit. Movers diamond importers with a huge selection of high quality diamonds. At fair prices diamond is washington's first choice at mervyn's you'll receive a free diamond education and no pressure to buy a dime. Make a statement. They say you know value nine out of ten brides choose movies. The tenth is still speeches. Check out of us at moves. Diamonds dot com again. that's movers. Diamonds dot com..

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"Charlie. Reader printed himself as the people sheriff during the height of the road and murder investigation. Sheriff readers passionate pleas for justice earned him the trust of his community as a sheriff pike. County were at three hundred fifty six days into this investigation of got a message for the killers. We will find you. We will arrest you and you will be prosecuted. As this case niche forward. The spotlight grew brighter and brighter and that area. Because of this case and i think he enjoyed the spotlight to a degree. I think he had greater political aspirations as well. Here's producer chris graves speaking with investigative reporter. Jodi bar he covered the road. Murder case for fox news nineteen in cincinnati. What kind of power does a sheriff wheeled in a community like fight county. He was the closest to the people. Pike county and you see that with a lot of elected officials in more rural areas that you know the sheriff is literally the top dog in the county. He is the face of law enforcement. He controls what happens with law enforcement. Where patrols happen and he so as far as an elected official as far as a person holding. Power your sheriff in these areas demand. Something like that. Go to someone's head you've worked in law enforcement yourself for quite a while. Oh yeah you see it. a lot. Police chief sore sheriffs or somebody who's recently promoted to a supervisory position. I mean thank goodness. That doesn't happen to a lot of them but some of them the dodge now whether that happened here not i don't know but yeah that that very much could happen as the rodman moved into. Its second year. Some disquieting rumours about sheriff reader began to surface as we began to spend more time out there. We started hearing the rumblings that arison corruption out there. We had heard rumors about him. Intimidating people and possibly taking money from people who were in the drug dealing business. I know i for one was told by some of my law enforcement sources in the cincinnati area. Hey you need to be careful around him. He sturdy and these were just people that were my sources who said you know. Look i just want you to be aware. Be careful

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"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

The Piketon Massacre

07:30 min | 6 months ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre

"Your time for some real summer fund is here so ditched the boredom and hit up your local mini dealer because the many summer of dr event is happening. Now get a new mini cooper s countryman. All four starting at three sixty nine per month for thirty six month low mileage lease with two thousand nine hundred ninety nine due at signing visit many usa dot com slash east for details. That's many usa dot com slash. And see what. It's like to drive the most versatile. Many ever at the mini summer of dr event after a long time off summers back and whole foods market has the exceptional ingredients. You need to make the most of it that means air chilled animal welfare certified chicken sustainable while caught sockeye salmon. And have you seen those organic peaches epic so whether it's succulent pork. Ribs or a towering plant based burger in the backyard. Take the guardrails off and summer on at whole foods market. Welcome to the and massacre production of iheartradio and katie studios. We are here today. For the case of ohio versus charles reader case numbers. Twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Cr six eight The quarter now here from mr lean. I stayed here before you today to take accountability for my actions to accept responsibility for my conduct share of ohio. I should is me thing that i've worked for professionally and honorably for twenty. Five years was trip to me with nobody disappointing but my stuff. If i could go back and jaded i would a million times. This is not. Hawaii never ever did. I imagine myself on the victim side. This court group. That i've spent twenty five years of my life in this down in law enforcement. I am a good person. Make bad decisions and choices prayed. Quite mercy on me this is. The massacre returned. Pike county season two episode five to protect and serve. I'm gordon armstrong. A television producer. Kt studios with stephanie. Decker and jeff shane on the morning of april twenty. Second two thousand sixteen the pike county. Sheriff's office responded to calls of multiple homicides in what would soon be considered ohio's notorious mass murderer seven adults and one sixteen year. Old boy were found in four different locations along a country road in pike county. We know all of these victims. All members of the road in family shooting. Sift town of piped-in numb a lot of unanswered questions as to how this unfolded and who is responsible for them as news of the tragedy emerged. The nation. turn to the area's top law enforcement official for answers. Pike county sheriff charlie reader to give a brief update on what we are doing at this time. I have Deputies from my county and other counties that are keeping the scene secured. here's reporter jane's culture. He's the one updating the media. he's the one who's available. He's the one when you wanted to ask how things are going. He was the one that you call so he began. The face of the investigation early on this investigation is very large. One probably the largest in pike county than we've ever had been a part of this very tragic. I want everybody to be patient but understand that we are working around the clock twenty four hours a day but this is going to be a very lengthy process. Reporter engineer levy covered many of readers briefings during the course of the road and murder investigation. You know he was out in front of this standing next to the attorney general at the time doing press conferences with him and he often became very emotional and people. There were a lot of people in pike county who really really liked ten. You came in like thieves in the night and took eight. Life's some being children. We are getting closer. The family and the victims will have justice. One day charlie. Reader by all accounts is somebody who grew up in pike county. He did not come from a well to do family or anything like that. A lot of people out in pay county or poor. he worked for many years for the pike. County prosecutor rob john his investigator and at some point charlie reader was appointed the sheriff by the democratic party in pike county criminal defense attorney mike allen remembered readers two thousand sixteen landslide election. He got seventy five percent is opponent got twenty. Five percent is pretty unheard of in any kind of election so at one point he was pretty popular. Sheriff there were a lot of people in the community who felt that he did some good things at the sheriff's office when he first still felt like he. cleaning up crime in the streets southern ohio has very major drug problem with opioids in methamphetamine. Sentinel and all of it and a couple of members of the community claims that reader really was there for the family after one of their members died from a drug overdose and health. Plan a memorial tree in his honor so he was very approachable. Key was out and about in the community. Much more charlie. Reader printed himself as the people sheriff during the height of the road and murder investigation. Sheriff readers passionate pleas for justice earned him the trust of his community as a sheriff pike. County were at three hundred fifty six days into this investigation of got a message for the killers. We will find you. We will arrest you and you will be prosecuted. As this case niche forward. The spotlight grew brighter and brighter and that area. Because of this case and i think he enjoyed the spotlight to a degree. I think he had greater political aspirations as well. Here's producer chris graves speaking with investigative reporter. Jodi bar he covered the road. Murder case for fox news nineteen in cincinnati. What kind of power does a sheriff wheeled in a community like fight county. He was the closest to the people. Pike county and you see that with a lot of elected officials in more rural areas that you know the sheriff is literally the top dog in the county. He is the face of law enforcement. He controls what happens with law enforcement. Where patrols happen and he so as far as an elected official as far as a person holding. Power your sheriff in these areas demand. Something like that. Go to someone's head you've worked in law enforcement yourself for quite a while. Oh yeah you see it. a lot. Police chief sore sheriffs or somebody who's recently promoted to a supervisory position. I mean thank goodness. That doesn't happen to a lot of them but some of them the dodge now whether that happened here not i don't know but yeah that that very much could happen as the rodman moved into. Its second year. Some disquieting rumours about sheriff reader began to surface as we began to spend more time out there. We started hearing the rumblings that arison corruption out there. We had heard rumors about him. Intimidating people and possibly taking.

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"jeff shane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Everything right now things that seem to be calming down fewer people than were here earlier today but still a good presence they do saying those same spoken to that they do plan to be out here all night long in Lawrence James Earl Hass WBZ Boston news radio and we will check in with James again in a little bit demonstrations in Boston earlier today included a memorial service and funeral procession for three of the latest victims of police brutality and racist violence amat Arbury Brianna Taylor and George Floyd whose death triggered it all WBZ Suzanne solve all reports from a church in Jamaica plain we still have a racist call that we need to deal with that's pastor Larry green with the Timothy Baptist church he says for decades protesters have chanted no justice no peace and still no justice and no peace if it had changed I'm not it would not be dead if it had changed a judge would be dead if it's changed to Brianna looked me dead three hearses escorted by Boston police made their way around the city and back to Bethel A. M. E. church were an interfaith memorial service was held referenda Chandra Perry from kingdom builders in Dorchester saying in J. P. Suzanne's house bill WBZ Boston news radio the Portland sea dogs are ditching the baseball team's ice cream supplier over a racist comments online criticism was swift after Shain's of Maine owner Jeff Shane was accused of using a racial slur the Portland sea dogs announcing that the minor league baseball team was discontinuing its relationship with the vendor chain issued an apology online and said the Sanford based businesses quote welcoming of all races it is nine thirty time to gather starting with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Steve Steve okay in the expressway just ten minutes reaching a total is split then on the lower end of ninety three northbound side exit to a to route one thirty in canton is shut down and then there's a two car crash right before route thirty seven causing a backup ninety five south jammed up through work zone after route one A. in Attleboro down to the Rhode Island line twenty four is in good shape nor the town for ninety five south bound moving slowly with work at Boston road and west for just the right lane getting by their route three and route one are in good shape no trouble on one twenty eight out west on the pike the westbound side you moving slowly you back about three miles in a work zone by exit thirteen that's right by route thirty on the eastbound side of the pike two mile backup at exit eleven a that's right before four ninety five to ninety no worries there downtown you're looking at the deck to connect to the Tobin fine airport tunnels and river roads flowing freely C. president BBC twenty four hour traffic network and here's Frank straight with.

"jeff shane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the United States still but I don't think that a lot one Forsman system is systemically racist tourney general bar on CBS's face the nation chucks Iverson ABC news the video of two buffalo New York police officers shoving a seventy five year old protester have now led to criminal charges the two officers made their first appearance in court Saturday both of them pleading not guilty to second degree assault charges after they allegedly shoved a seventy five year old man during a protest Erie County district attorney John Flynn says he's not grandstanding or choosing sides by charging the officers anyone who's affected I'm sixty five years or older and the perpetrators ten years younger it's a felony I can't disregard that video of the incident shows the elderly man bleeding from the ear as the officers walked past him Markram alarmed ABC news New York latest reports say the man who was hurt is in Syria still but stable condition Sesame Street and CNN are teaming up or teamed up to answer questions about race CNN's van Jones and Erica hill moderated a sixty minute long conversation between Elmo and his friends about racism they took questions from families across the country the special coming together standing up to racism comes after civil unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd an apology from fox news here CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes the cable channel is apologizing over a graphic that looked at the stock market's performance versus the aftermath of the deaths of George Floyd Michael brown and Martin Luther king junior fox says the graphic illustrating market reactions to historic periods of civil unrest should never have aired on television without full context the cable channel says it apologizes for the insensitivity of the image and takes this issue seriously the charge showed gains of the S. and P. five hundred after king's assassination in nineteen sixty eight the police killing of Michael brown in twenty fourteen and last month's death of Floyd in police custody Alison Keyes CBS news Democrats are expected to unveil a new bill in Congress Monday addressing police misconduct and racial bias CBS news correspondent Wendy Gillette has details on what's in that piece of legislation the bill is called the justice in policing active twenty twenty according to a summary obtained by The New York Times it would track police misconduct nationally banned certain types of chokeholds make it easier to prosecute officers and make lynching a federal hate crime New Jersey senator Cory Booker is one of the bill's sponsors black people in this country we thought this country's out of control in the way police is our communities and individuals for a very long time he spoke on NBC's meet the press wanted to let CBS news the Portland sea dogs are ditching the baseball team's ice cream supplier over racist comments online criticism was swift after Shain's of Maine owner Jeff Shane was accused of using a racial slur the Portland sea dogs announcing that the minor league baseball team was discontinuing its relationship with the vendor chain issued an online apology and has said that Sanford based business is welcoming of all races thirty nine year old speaking of races thirteen year old new Zealander Scott Dixon won the first Indy car race of the season at the genesis three hundred and he did it in historic fashion this is Dixon forty seventh career victory he is tied with AJ Foyt forts record of eighteen seasons with the least one when NBC sports announcer late defeat called the end of the race and Texans went.

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"jeff shane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Has issued an apology over its coverage of Friday's positive economic news the cable channel is apologizing over a graphic that looked at the stock market's performance versus the aftermath of the deaths of George Floyd Michael brown and Martin Luther king junior fox says the graphic illustrating market reactions to historic periods of civil unrest should never have aired on television without full context the cable channel says it apologizes for the insensitivity of the image and take it's this issue seriously the charge showed gains in the S. and P. five hundred after king's assassination in nineteen sixty eight the police killing of Michael brown in twenty fourteen and last month's death of Floyd in police custody Alison Keyes CBS news a greenfield bus driver is ordered held without bail after allegedly driving his bus into a black man with two young boys according to greenfield police department's Facebook page the bus driver identified as Steve Connell is accused of chasing down a man he claimed had a gun last Thursday the Manitou young boys were passengers on a Connell's bus after the trio got off witnesses say the bus sped up veered off the road and crashed into a wall police eventually determine the man being attacked was not armed Connell who is from the town of Gil was arraigned Friday and a number of charges including a civil rights violation as well as assault and battery with intent to murder while armed fish the Portland sea dogs are ditching the baseball team's ice cream supplier over racist comments online criticism was swift after Shain's of Maine owner Jeff Shane was accused of using a racial slur the employee later confronted Shane and quit her job the Portland sea dogs announcing that the minor league baseball team was discontinuing its relationship with the vendor Cheney issued an online apology and said the Sanford based business is welcoming of all races in Israel thousands of Israeli and Palestinian protesters in Tel Aviv in kneeling in Floyd's memory Saturday night during demonstrations against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plans to unilaterally annexed parts of the west bank the protesters chanted end the occupation and also waved Palestinian flags left wing politicians have label Netanyahu's move to annex up to thirty percent of the disputed west bank a quote a war crime and apartheid the plan would also deny Palestinians in the annex areas Israeli citizenship meanwhile president trump has voices poured for the prime minister's plan which protesters say has more to do with his re election bid at that Mideast peace and Israel being accused of carrying out a deadly airstrike on Iranian positions for the third time in ten days more details from ABC's for Donna Miller at least twelve Iranian backed fighters died overnight when unmanned drone unloaded eight missiles on a base in eastern Syria the British based Syrian observatory for human rights says Israel was likely responsible Ron is believed to smuggle advanced weapons and fighters across the Iraqi border to Syria's eastern Deir az Zour region that would make it a target for Jerusalem hours after the strikes prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the corona virus will not diminish Israel's determination to act against Iran's aggression Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem.

"jeff shane" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on WTVN

"One we love law enforcement first responders here dollars works for the cattle tale you know I could do their job there's a reason I'm not a cop because there is a Superbowl tomorrow so you know you're talking you're friends nine yarn officer make sure you Tellem a chill out tomorrow have a DD has to have a designated driver because they have to do their job all right we force these officers to no longer be nice and give you a ride home let's see Kara road you know because the idiots of ruined it for everyone okay and in that these four officers have cameras on now and they can no longer let you go because you've got these do gooders online watching all these movies all these videos of why'd you let Tommy go and not Bobby I draw the line now justice be human they're humans of officers are human beings are not robots in the you know it I always go back to a state trooper story with the where he picked up the Jeff officer Jeff Shane and fake news there by took him out because he that saw those two young men walk up the freeway game arrive about Pat down they had a gun on him they dropped them off we've tried to give money for gas trying to help him out later on shot someone stole the guy's car so the blame the officer for these two idiots the officers always get blamed for the idiots and I don't get it there's eighty it's out there officers are idiots idiots are out there anyway but I will say this tattle tale make sure you go to tell tell dot com make sure you got one hundred tell on you and make sure if you have a school and you want to protect those children to get their new system at all every teacher can have a fob around their neck as a bad guy comes in there because bad guys with guns do bad things good guys with guns do good things but the bad guy comes in at school that off and that teacher hits a button that that officer on duty will know where to go take the back I'll see her tomorrow kids so go ahead telltale dot com Steve's been busy doing some housekeeping here right now because we have guests coming in Steve did you ever consider a career in law enforcement because I know you thought about being a coach and a teacher to ever think about getting the law enforcement no okay pleaded no never never I couldn't do it would you be a teacher today if you could I don't know I I can do that job I don't know because I know you wanted to coach football right now I want to be a football coach in history teacher levels and was one where I was headed to and things just could do no direction well it's worked out pretty good yeah I think so yeah I mean you never know in college I was you know I want to be a history teacher football coach so cool way when when a teacher called Mister Jermaine and Stevie was acting up did he say why are you picking once the reset I'm way look at what you acted out still you know germane as in you acted up in school teacher called your dad and told him where your mom whoever was the I never had a call like that you never not obligated I got a lot of yeah if you guys never had a teacher paddle me right we use would yet this is data grab your ankles images have I'm sure but go head yeah they did yeah calling yourself a pattern when I got home now you get better when you know you've never been paddled Randy know how much money yet no I've never been paddled and never had a teacher called the house or anything like that and then would you let me cheat off your paper in school pants what are you offer me in a in a Dodge and I would like to get picked on the playground I was I already had during merited doing that for me okay coke Gerry wanted to talk to your paper with Hillary I probably get like ten on Reinhardt Gerry was always has one you know it's kind of like my body guard you know the movie somebody would come up to me and start talking something here you go even your time were you as I got out as lights or use gimp no I was not okay as well but anyway with that being said let's go back to phone lines go to Carl in line to Carl how do you greet us today yes I greet you by say good morning how are you guys doing no yes let's go to Carl Carl how's it going okay well short course no Hey like the phones the reverse mortgage although it starts out like that out yeah there you go he's in jail what Carol.

"jeff shane" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"jeff shane" Discussed on WTVN

"Here. Any garbage my cop buddies? Anti ticket. I grew up in a small town called Martins ferry Ohio, and I remember getting pulled over and I got a windshield crack ticket. The mayor at the time was Jack Regis. And I went down, and they were practicing at the at the, the Martins ferry pool and they had a kayak. They were some someone was practicing. And I went there the ticket through the gate and it does appear can't do that stuff anymore. That's you know, in in, I had a debate with another police officer buddy, the cameras, I hate. But, you know, at the end the day, the cameras are good thing for the officers because so many people say, well, he touched me wrong, or he this. Yeah. Absolutely. So protects police officers, but it doesn't protect us that used to get off tickets. Because you got the wrong persons, no member. There are trade-offs for those great responsibility. Great responsibility, something along those lines. I know. But I you know, our I've had a few debates on the show's over the years. And we all know Ray from Vance's really close friend of my retired state trooper, but he was the old trooper where if you don't act like a fool, I have a cop buddy won't worry, a ticket, if you smile on your driver's license. Really? Yeah. That's interesting. He said, if you're the guy, your driver's license you hate your mother, I'm wondering, okay, I'm going to give a warning. It's the guy or girl smelling on a. See I can understand I had a cousin. I forget how far along in the in the family chain, second or third cousin, right? She was a West Virginia state trooper for awhile. He's female troops. Don't give you any leeway. No. She did good. She pulled somebody over for a. I forget what violation. It was initially but there was also a child seat violation. They didn't have it. They didn't have a child safety or child seat for their for their young, if he said, look, she goes, I get it. Here's the thing you bring me a receipt within the next two days. Nice. Bring it here. I will resend the ticket, I want you to get this child safety seat. Good for her. So, and this has been this has been a hundred dollar ticket or eighty dollar child seat. Right. So she gave him the compassionate because one of the things that I remember from the West Virginia troopers graduation ceremony is looked at the troopers. They said enforce the law, but. Show compassion, spirit of law onto letter law, something along those lines. But, but they said, show compassion, and I've never forgotten. I mean, this has been wow, we're talking eighty five. I think I went to this thing, and I've never I've never forgotten that never forgotten that line out of that's all well, you remember the trooper got into trouble got in trouble forgiving. Those two young men awry, they went shot the guy and stole his car that trooper losses career Jeff Shane. He's good family, my mom and his mom. We're very close growing up. He was real close to my oldest brother when at all went down. He married a real another close from Liam, very small town. Cap costs of friends with her and her brother. And, and I went to his house. That's what really happened. He said, look, I was just being a dad, he called played in and from what I understand someone ran the wrong plate when he got to the exit ramp. Saw two young men walking with the gas. Can he picked them gave them a ride, but because he Pat them down? He lost his career. He had retired early whatever I get out all the case. All I know is the only one in a city that stuck up for him, maybe because he's a fellow rider idol. No. But maybe because I knew his mom mom worked at the little local dental person. Yeah. I know how good he was a d was dedicated, stay Harvard trauman. But he was the type of guy that if he pulled you and your kids over, and you looked at it and said, hey, man, the kids are acting up paying attention. That's why we're he'd smoke weed smell no alcohol, you have no priors say man to pay attention. You know, your kids in a wreck has lot worse them getting on your nerves or something like that. You know, as a human being and most the officers officers are most of them, but they're not allowed to be anymore. So I mean now they're making them. Robo cops and I and I don't know what to say to that. It's getting crazy. As long as we don't become Detroit. In that movie who do the RoboCop turned into a documentary, I last time to Detroit. My the late I screwed up was in a in a lift ride to the casino with a friend of mine, and I'm one of the council, ladies and she said, what do you think of Detroit? I said, I think it's a black hole. She goes what we've improved this city. I said where she was, you know, on councilman blah, blah, blah, blah of council, and blah, blah, blah, blah, and like, oh, great, right. To get with that. Like I put my foot in crucial. How long is the band before you're allowed back into the Cobo hall with J psycho inside there? But anyway, we'll get our last minute..

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