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Fat Phobia and It's Racist Past and Present

Short Wave

12:18 min | 2 months ago

Fat Phobia and It's Racist Past and Present

"As a teen Sabrina strings loved getting to hang out with her grandma even when her grandma was obsessing over one of her soap operas I remember one time. She called me into the living room and she's like Sabrina look at Victoria. McCoy's kept on young and the restless. Victoria is killing herself to him. Why are white women dying to be thin? Fast forward to one three adult Sabrina was working at an HIV medication adherence clinic in San, Francisco, where she witnessed real life, examples of women sacrificing their health to be thin nights, spoken to a couple of women both HIV positive who refused to take their HIV medications for fear of gaining weight, and that blew my mind, and immediately took me back to conversations I've been having with my grandma like gosh onto something so important you know when she was talking about it, she saw it as largely a white phenomenon, but the women I interviewed that day. We're both color. Why were these women dying to be thin and did race have anything to do with? Him. Sabrina went on to become a sociologist at the University of California Irvine and wrote a whole book investigating these questions. If you're like me, you might have assumed that. There was some moment in between Marilyn Monroe. TWIGGY EH in which. Suddenly we'll. We suddenly became fat-phobic in those three years, but Sabrina started digging looking at nineteenth century magazines like Harper's bazaar in what she found was troubling articles warning American women well middle class and upper class white women. They needed to watch what they eat, and they were unapologetic, and stating that this was the proper form for. Jackson Protestant women, and so it was important that women eight as little as necessary in order to show their Christian nature and also their racial superiority. Today on the show we go all the way back to the transatlantic slave trade to understand the racial origins of fat phobia, and how black people are still dealing with the consequences today? I mattie Safai and this is shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. So Sabrina. Let's let's get into what you discovered about the history of fat phobia a little bit you. You did a ton of research and you started the story several centuries back in Europe definitely in the ethos that like Renaissance Women. you know we're full figured. And that was absolutely a thing that was valued, and then there was a big shift explain what was going on back then so it turns out that the growth of the slave trade, especially by the eighteenth century led to new articulations of what types of appearance we could expect of people by different races, and also what types of behaviors. Such that by the middle of Eighteenth Century, a lot of French philosophers in particular were arguing that you know what when we're in the colonies, we're noticing that Africans are sensuous. They love sex and they love food, and for this reason they tend to be too fat. Europeans have rational self control. This is what makes us the premier race of the world, so in terms of body. Body size, we should be slender, and we should watch what we eat so okay Sabrina. Are you telling me that? When the slave trade started and European saw that African women were essentially curvy much like European women at the time at that point, they decided that being fat being thicker wasn't ideal anymore, and they built a system of oppression around this idea of needing to be. Thinned to prove racial superiority is at eight am I close. It's not quite as intentional as that. Effectively what they determined was that. You know we want it to be able to have a mechanism for ensuring that we could recognize who was slave, and it was free right, and it was easy in the beginning of the was simply skin color. What did you might imagine? After two hundred years of living in close proximity skin color really no longer works has a mechanism right, because now we have all of these people who are We would consider them today to be by racial, and so what they did was they decided to articulate new aspects of racial identity and so eating and body size became of the characteristics that were being used to suggest that these are people who do not deserve freedom. The trans, Atlantic slave trade eventually ended, but argues that we are still absolutely living with these racist attitudes about body size today. And in her book, she also traces how these anti-fat attitudes worked their way into modern medicine for somewhat arbitrarily, reasons for example take BMI or body mass index. That equation actually wasn't intended to be used to measure individual fatness. Though of course doctors did and still do today, can you? Can you explain the problem with using am I as a measure for obesity especially when it comes to black women, who I know have been told that they have the highest rates of obesity according to that measurement to be am I. Yes, so am. I is a measure of the ratio of a person's weight to their height. And what this does not account for is bone density. Muscular already any other type of genetic influences in your way or cultural environmental influences in your weight, and so, what ended up happening? As many people pointed out is that you might have to people with the same BMI, but vastly different life experiences embody compositions outside of the simple reality of their weight to height ratio, right, and the problem of applying this to them in particular, is that African American populations as studies have shown for literal decades since at least the eighties tends to be healthier at heavier weights than white populations. And so that already is an indication that cross racially. This is not a very useful tool, not to mention the fact that even within race there are going to be vastly different experiences, of an individual body between like their weight and their health profile so surreal this message from the medical establishment that excess weight is the biggest you know reason for black women's health problems or a very central of it. Why do you see it as so damaging? For Black Women, ultimately, the main advice that people are given when they so called obese is to lose weight, and there are so many problems with this. We have been telling people to lose weight for decades. What ends up happening is that they either don't lose the weight or they sometimes do lose the weight, and then frequently gain it back so first off. It could be more harmful to tell people to lose weight in the long run, and then in addition to that there are the psychological effects of telling people that their bodies are wrong. Right at their bodies are inherently unhealthy This type of fat stigma also leads to health outcomes right right right, so let's talk about this. In the context of covid nineteen I'm thinking about the recent New York Times op Ed you wrote about how cove nineteen is disproportionately impacting. Impacting people of Color specifically black people, and how you took issue with obesity, gaining traction as a leading explanation for that disparity, so talked me a little bit about that. This piece was actually motivated by something that I felt was very troubling, which was I had been seeing so many report, suggesting that the disparities in Colbert outcomes between white populations and black populations. They would say things like well. You know there's already the pre existing factor of obesity, and somehow that was one of the first things that come up and I thought there is very little evidence that disparities in quote unquote obesity are what's contributing to these negative outcomes, but there's plenty of evidence to suggest that Kobe. Fatalities or maybe even serious complications with Kobe nineteen are being influenced by people's environments. Are they essential workers? Do they have access to enough soap and water hand sanitizer, and so of course might imagine that the ability to socially distance to shelter in place to have access to healthy foods under Corinthian, all of this is very much being structured by a person's social location and black people tend to live in communities without access. Access to a lot of different healthy and life giving resources. Yeah, in in Sabrina, I'll tell you that as a person that reads a lot of the literature on Kovin prisoner biologists I am seeing a lot of papers coming out that are associating with the obesity without with health outcomes of COVID, but those links tend to be correlated right, but even if we were to find out that there's absolutely a causal link. Link between covert and obesity which I think you're arguing. There isn't one especially right now. At least the rates of obesity and white and black populations aren't actually that different right like it wouldn't necessarily be the thing that made it. So can you tell me a little bit about those rates versus the actual percentage of disparities? We're seeing so according to the CDC, the Obesity Twain. African, American and white populations are. Are Forty two point, two percent for white populations and forty nine point, seven percents for black populations are about that and so we're looking at effectively a seven percentage point disparity between white and black populations in terms of rates of obesity, however, when we're looking at serious complications with covert nineteen. What we're seeing is that black people are dying at rates of two point four to seven times that of white populations. How that's seven percentage point differential is leading to two point four to seven times the disparity in serious complications. Death. No one's really being able to explain that. This is the problem with the kind of cords of studies, which is that they lead people to believe that somehow. Is One of the drivers when in fact it could simply be a confounding in these studies, but we're so used to studying obesity and treating these correlations as if they are evidence of causal link that people are frequently not being very critical when they're seeing studies that show these relationships. Sabrina, you've obviously spent years by now working to understand this issue and to educate folks about it I'm wondering you know like why why this. Why have you specifically taken this on one of the reasons? Why continue to do it? Is I've seen what a difference? It's made to people's lives. I mean I've had so many people reach out and tell me that they felt for the longest time like something was wrong, but no one was talking about it or that I have spoken to their personal experience. I couldn't have imagined when I started doing this work. That could have possibly had the impact that it's had you know I'm standing on the shoulders of giants people who have been feminist scholars medical scholars journalists who've been doing this work at least since the nineteen seventies, but we're at a moment right now where there's a critical mass of people who are aware that the discourse surrounding fatness that we've long accepted really is baseless, and we think about a new way of allowing people to have a positive relationship to their bodies, and to cultivate health within themselves and their communities that does not rely on that stigma. Okay Sabrina I appreciate you. Thank you so much for coming on the show and sharing your life and your work with us. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much. It's been a pleasure. Sabrina strings. Her book is called fearing the black body the racial origins

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The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Archetypes

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

03:42 min | 2 months ago

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Archetypes

"I'm. Where going back to daily bread. archetypes are perennial teams that reside at the level of the collective universal source. They are representations of our collective soul's yearnings imagination. And deepest is is. These archetypes have existed in every culture in every tradition since the beginning of time. archetypes, our ancient gods themes, motifs stories literature. Art Paintings. Even paintings on the was of caves from longtime ago and they embody. Symbolically. Themes of expanded or higher consciousness, you can say symbolic representations. Of A particular aspect. Of The divine intelligence archetypes and Forms and shapes the there soon. Shift throughout history, but their core meaning that Gore theme that God motif remains the same. archetypes everywhere. In popular culture. Movie Stars Sports Heroes. They're all basically representations of archetypes. Visionary leaders are representations of archetypes. Saints are great activists like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King Junior. Mark Maguire Andy Abraham, Lincoln or Representation of archetypes, but so products may be a brand of sopa Volkswagen brand, new car, or even Marlboro cigarettes. These represents architects, the guy who's used to advertise Marlboro cigarettes who has a? Very tough-looking. Cowboy on the Horse, and now of course is on a respirator, but that archetype. Of was very successful in selling cigarettes. And Johnnie Walker is a very successful. archetype selling whiskey. Because it attracts a certain team, a certain personality, a certain story. Movies TV soap operas, media tabloids. These are actually all right. archetypes. And every person they representing every idea they represent are every product represent seems to be larger than life. It seems uncomplicated. It seems at least the way it's advertise pure of intent, whatever that intent may be sacred or profane. It does matter. And so I say exaggerated expressions of the conscious energy of the collective source. That is the adventure or the secret of the sage of the rescuer of the redeemer or the love object. That the archetype represents. is in fact, the symbolic representation of a divine intelligence in the conscious energy of our collective Sola. Born of the collective soul, but enacted by the individual. Becomes very powerful as they representation. Of that are detected theme for example Marilyn. Monroe was the archetype of the Greek Greek Goddess Aphrodite representing sensuality and beauty and sexuality.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:29 min | 4 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"That we've already covered in the past. It was episode two. Oh three this is the Holly Bobo case back. Only covered this case just in it had not gone to trial. We knew that they had people arrested that. There were people talking. But we didn't. Have you know the real answers all this time later? We still don't have the answers. I don't think at the time we covered it. They're wondering convictions. And since we covered it they have gone to trial been found guilty and put away. But let's give a quick rundown on what happened the day holly disappeared. And for those of You. That are familiar. Bear with us as we give a quick synopsis. Holly Bobo was a nursing student. At the University of Tennessee. She was twenty years old. CanNot if you look at her pictures. She's a very attractive young lady. Everyone found her to be very friendly. Well liked it was on the morning of April thirteenth? Twenty eleven that her brother. Clint woke up and looked out through a window to see holly who should have been off to university already. She was kneeling down near the car. Talking to someone who is dressed in camouflage while Clinton had just woken up and his I thought was. That's probably her boyfriend drew because he was supposed to be Turkey hunting that day. This guy's wearing camouflage like he's a hunter so it sort of makes sense right. Yeah so he doesn't think too much of it but it he ends up seeing holly walk into the woods right alongside this guy which is very unexpected boyfriend or not. Why would they walk off into the woods? Especially when he knows that she's supposed to be in school before holly in the manner seeing walking off to the woods he gets a call from his mother. Karen Karen had gotten a call from a neighbor. Who said I heard a coming from the vicinity of your home. And they were concerned. So caring called home and Clinton said she's just withdrew but according to his mom she knew that there was no way drew is going to be there because he was going to be Turkey hunting. So there's no way he would have at the home of course. What does the mom say to him when he acts like well? It's just her boyfriend right. Was She freaks out and says that's not her boyfriend and even goes on to say shoot him. It's kind of a strong reaction. There two ways we can look at this one way could be that. She has her motherly instinct. That says based on all the information that I know. There's no way that someone is a friendly person we need to take action to save holly. The other idea here could be that her mom knows something more so whether it's an instinct or based on information that's what Karen says get a gun and shoot this guy now. The description that clint gives is he says he never saw this man's face so he only saw the general shape of the man knew he was wearing camouflage saw that he was holding something black in his hand he thought was. You know possibly a device that's used in hunting. They call it a dear grunt but other than that. He says he couldn't really make out with the man was saying but he did hear his sister say no why I think he even said he had dark hair brown shoulder length hair still because highly should have already been at school because she had a big exam that day he thought this must be something important between her and her boyfriend. I'm not calling the police honor boyfriend if they're breaking up. I'm not getting in the way of that. But as we know whoever that was it was not drew we also know that Holly Least her remains were later found and she had been the victim of murder so when we fast forward the state had brought a case against a man by the name of Zach Adams and Zach is a known meth dealer correct. Yeah and we're this is located. It's very I won't even call a rural. It's it's up in a wooded area there's hills and just thick woods so people would refer to some of these meth heads as like outback hillbillies. But Holly's from a good family. She's going to school to become a nurse. So it's it's just a mix in this area. You have some people that they go to drugs and other people that are hard working and trying to get on with their lives but the police would end up. Talking with a man named John Dylan Adams who happens to have an intellectual disability and John Dylan. Adams will tell law enforcement that he saw his brother Zach with his friend. Jason Autry with Holly. And that's what gets law enforcement after. Zach and Jason. The purpose of US revisiting. This is not to necessarily go through the case as the state told it really what this is all about is to point out the issues that case has continues to have and I think it's very important because Zach has some court action left and were waiting to find out where this will go and so yes. They've gotten a conviction on Zach Adams but I think there's a real question here about whether that will hold up or not. I will say that when this case was I finished at least as far as the trial wins. I could see how it got there based on the Terrible crime that was committed here against Holly Bobo. And the fact that the state had said this was a case involving murder and drugs and abduction and that there were all. These guys involves atoms. Jason Autry Shane Ost in John Adams and maybe others. They had a lot of people to call to get on the stand and tell their stories. Zach Adams maintained all along the nothing to do with this. You got the wrong guy. I mean at one point even put his right hand up and said right hand before God. I had nothing to do with this but of course this is an emotionally charged case. It was the most expensive investigation most far reaching investigation in the state of Tennessee. History as far as I'm aware people wanted this solved. And so when you have the state saying Zach is the ringleader. He's the one that did this to Holly. And is responsible for her abduction for the rape and murder of her then. Why wouldn't people go forward with that but again we're going to start bringing up the evidence and we'll kind of compare and contrast here and we'll see. Does it really hold up?.

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‘Smash’ Cast Will Reunite for Streamed Performance of ‘Bombshell in Concert’

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

‘Smash’ Cast Will Reunite for Streamed Performance of ‘Bombshell in Concert’

"Car the cast of bombshell is reuniting though not the recent movie the players in the fictional Broadway musical about Marilyn Monroe are gathering together to help those coping with the coronavirus actors including Katharine McPhee Debra messing and Megan Hilty will reunite may twentieth to present a stream of the one night only twenty fifteen Broadway concert that's part of the TV show

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Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe

Hostage

05:26 min | 7 months ago

Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe

"We'll start our exploration with a clip from podcast original conspiracy. Theories that discusses the media sensationalized death of actress and sex icon Marilyn Monroe nearly sixty years after her death. Monroe continues to be a pop culture icon. Monroe's private life was the subject of much Hollywood gossip in the nineteen fifties. She was involved in two highly publicized marriages and divorces and battled addiction and depression when she died of a prescription overdose in nineteen sixty two. It was ruled a suicide but many believed there was something more behind her cause of death on August fourth nineteen sixty two. Maryland spent most of the afternoon in a room after having an argument with her friend and publicist Pat Nukem in the morning nukem state at the House for the rest of the afternoon at about three or four. Pm Maryland's housekeeper. Eunice Murray called over her psychiatrist. Dr Ralph Greenspan. She claims she called him because she was troubled by Maryland's request for an oxygen treatment. Even though oxygen was a well-known hangover cure at the time Dr Green soon arrived around three or four Pat Nukem left and green spoke to Maryland in her room for about an hour. Greenspan left asking Murray to stay at Maryland's house overnight and keep an eye on her Maryland took a telephone into her room and spent the night making calls to friends and acquaintances every when she spoke to agree she didn't sound drugged or depressed and she gave no indication. She was considering suicide at around ten PM. She set the receiver down during a call and never turned around ten thirty. She made one last call to Peter. Lawford her friend. And the husband of Patricia Kennedy during the call she apparently drifted into unconsciousness and stopped responding at either midnight or three a m. She changed her story later. In the morning Eunice Murray woke up and noticed a light in Maryland's room was still on but she wasn't responding. She called Dr Green Son who broke in through the bedroom window and found Maryland lying dead clutching the telephone. Next to empty pill. Bottles of prescription sedative called NEMBUTAL and a nearly empty bottle of another sedative choral hydrate. Greenspan called Maryland's physician Dr Hyman Engelberg. Who came over and officially pronounced her dead at four. Twenty five am the police were called. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg initially told investigators Jack Clemens that Maryland's body had been found at midnight creating a four hour gap between discovering the body and calling the police that none of them could account for clemens. Was Relieve by Sergeant Marvin known who sealed up the house until the full investigative force arrived at about five thirty when the investigators questioned them later that morning. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg all changed their stories to say that Maryland's body hadn't been discovered until three a m inconsistencies in the forensic evidence and the witnesses stories. Baffled the police but it did appear to be a suicide so they held off on opening an official investigation until the coroner confirmed the cause of death. The coroner's investigation went on for less than a week during which they interviewed. None of the key witnesses except for Maryland psychoanalyst. Dr Ralph Greenspan after speaking with Dr Greenspan the deputy. Da Leading the investigation said. He was completely convinced that. Maryland's death was not a suicide. The medical examiner's performing the autopsy also believed the death couldn't have been a suicide but despite those findings the coroner officially ruled the cause of death as a probable suicide over the past five decades. Even more evidence has emerged to suggest that Marilyn's death was not in fact a suicide. There have been repeated calls to reopen the investigation into Maryland's death some as recent as two thousand two should not be a close case. It should be an open case by the. Da There's too much too. Many people too much overwhelming evidence that proves that this was not a suicide and I think that Maryland needs closure the difficulty with finding the truth. Is that nearly all the key? Figures involved in Maryland's death are now dead themselves and the statements they gave during their lifetimes were often contradictory. Many of the witnesses who have spoken out against the official story have been discredited as liars fame seekers and conspiracy theorists despite evidence that they might be telling the truth and many of the people who upheld the official story had their own hidden agendas. It was in their best interest to end the inquiry into Maryland's death as quickly as possible

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:02 min | 8 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Know about a new podcast. Series called American Jihadi over eight episodes journalists Kristof puzzle tells the story of the complicated relationship he developed with American born Jihadi Omar Hamami the FBI. Put a mommy on. Its most wanted terrorist list. Because of the years he spent fighting for Al Shabaab an Islamic militant group in Somalia Amami ended up on the run hiding out from the very group. He helped put on the map then he reached out to Kristof in secret to see if Kristof could help save his life. American Jihadi follows Christopher attempts to understand how. And why a suburban kid from Daphne Alabama. We transform himself into to the face of a terrorist group. It let him down one of the strangest roads of his career as a journalist and pushed him to cross lines he never thought he would cross up next the first I episode of American Jihadi. While you're listening go subscribe to American Jihadi on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening now there's also a link in the episode notes that will take you there. In the fall of two thousand seven. A video was broadcast on the Al Jazeera News Network. A thin man in his early twenty s sits on the ground field somewhere in the east African country of Somalia he's wearing camouflage and there's a hand grenades strapped to his left front pocket help both. He's looking directly into the camera. But his face is wrapped in a green scarf so that only his eyes and a flash of white skin or showing America take into consideration arisen the example of Somalia man is the mouthpiece for new Islamic militant group in Somalia called Al Shabaab which means the youth in Arabic after fifteen years years of chaos and oppressive rule by the American backed warlords. Your brothers stood up in order to establish peace and justice in this land. The camera cuts to dozens of African fighters. AK Forty Sevens and grenade launchers. Video doesn't make clear is why they're spokesman appears there's to be a white American. The story quickly circulated online and even though the American had been careful not to reveal his identity and the small southern town of Daphne Alabama they knew exactly who he was. I came home from work one day in Verney wide as she'd what is always like mom you need and watch this the minute we heard the boys when you did it was now. It all makes sense. He's over there fight. He's not coming back and we saw allow my God. What is going on when it's going on the man? In the video was Omar Hamami. He would become become one of the. FBI's most wanted terrorists. I would spend years chasing his story. Attract his life from Alabama where he attended a southern Baptist Church and his high school class president to the frontlines of guerrilla war in Africa. And then I heard from Omar himself over time the relationship that developed between us awesome would blur the lines between journalism and friendship and wreck the tidy story. I told myself about the boundary between good and evil. I'm Christoph Puzzle. This is American. Jihadi episode sued one the Matrix I. I became aware of Omar Hamami in two thousand nine when he showed up in a propaganda video. That was put out by Al Shabaab in this video. There's no scarf hiding his face. He looks like a Skinny Che Guevara. His Brown hair is long and much of his face is covered by a young man's first beard thirty points. Omar speaks directly to the cameras. He's recruiting foreigners like himself to come join Al Shabaab encourage more of your children and more of your your neighbors. Anyone around to send people like him to this would be asset leader. He appears here's to lead Al Shabaab fighters in setting an ambush in to come camping. Omar White and his accent is so clearly American and yet there. He is sitting in Somalia with an AK47 surrounded by east African fighters hanging on his every word that the numbers they're close two thousand and among try to blow up his me vehicles as we can and kill as many of the can take care of his face cracks into a smile now as if he feels self conscious saying these things on camera picture cuts away to a shot of the Bush on the enemy approaches. I can in the. US Omar story was quickly picked up by Media Omar Hamami the US citizen born and bred in the American south south who is now a leader of a terrorist organization affiliated with Al Qaeda fighting in Somalia. Catherine what did you learn about this guy. Twenty five years old American on Jihadist circles as Abu Key or the American and I found his story fascinating. HOMER had grown up in a small town in Alabama. I'm going to a southern Baptist Church until midway through high school. His life had been almost a cliche of American normalcy. He plays Soccer Little League Baseball. Even took the prettiest. Yes girl in school to homecoming. And then somehow he'd found his way to Somalia where he joined up with Al Shabaab Group designated a terrorist organization by the State Department. He believes that the reward of Dada at actually reported from Somalia in two thousand six just a few months before Omar had arrived there at the time I was a TV correspondent for a program called Vanguard on current TV. We were sort of vice news before vice news existed. We try to report on stories that we thought the rest of the media was missing. We interviewed cartel hitmen. Russian skinheads folks like that. I wanted to do a story about Omar who by the time video started attracting attention. The situation in Somalia Malia had gotten worse than six and a half thousand people have been killed in fighting in Somalia in the last twelve months. Al Shabaab was a running gun battle with Ethiopian and African Union troops American drones fired missiles at suspected terrorists and suicide bombers were beginning to target cities who is just too chaotic and dangerous for me to go back. Security officials implicate al-shabaab in the assassination of aid workers and in a string of bomb attacks in Mogadishu still. I knew I wanted to figure out a way to tell Omar story a young American who had traded in his middle class life for life of struggle and one of the most dangerous parts of the world a guy with something to prove chasing his ideals. There was enough of me in there to make really want understand the choices he'd made all the way to reach. Omar by new family was still living in Alabama. So I got on a plane.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

06:30 min | 8 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"You police by nature our fraternity right. It's a brotherhood and and as I see it with these guys did a circle the wagons and they protected their own and they fought viciously to protect their their own. The reputation and I don't agree with that. I would like to think if I was in their shoes I would have realized that I was outgunned. And you didn't have the experience to dissolve this and the reach out for help in nineteen ninety seven with their case floundering older PD brought in legendary retired. Detective Lou Smit who with hundreds of successful homicide investigations under his belt was seen as is the man to finally cracked the case. A year later he was forced to resign again. After presenting to the Department is absolute conviction that an intruder intruder was responsible for jonbenet's murder undeterred. He continued to work the case on his own steam until his death nine years ago. Did you ever get to meet loose-knit I did a couple times. The first time I met loose-knit they brought me in or asked to talk it to me about what you said. What do you know about stun-guns? I don't know anything about stun guns. You know and I to be frank at the time time. I was pretty distrustful and editor towards the police account lump Lou into that collective but yeah over time it learning of his reputation and it just seems work. You know that a man of integrity would just follow the truth. I mean that's hard to do in that environment where there's a lot out of public pressure. Everything was being leaked to the media. The world over day. Kinda stand on your principles. Hard to ease to tell me I'm GonNa get this going. You want to get him and he'd gotten a lot of criminals in his career. It's his reputation was founded on salt or hundred coal cases smets and detective. Smith did not work alone. Who was Ali Gray? All Gray was a retired tired homicide detective from California or also judge number years quite a career in law enforcement was retired in Colorado Springs and got interested in this case Early on and did quite a bit of work on the elude worked pretty closely together. We both lived in Colorado Springs all knew a lot about the case. Say Both Allure Long Time homicide detectives and and have lots of experience got a real life. Colombo's basically how did you first get involved with Janus. We became aware IRV Jameson. She was reported to have a very detailed timeline of information online about on our case and it was very accurate berry non biased. One way or the other wasn't trying to convince people were guilty or innocent. It was just the facts. She had a good reputation for website of being very accurate in this data less started fairly early on on and she has maintained it over the years. She very careful about making sure. It was accurate in correct. She put it on her site at that point wait. I was pretty well known as being a supporter of the intruder theory. I had made some enemies. The ramseys were aware of my existence. Assistance I became worried that somebody might pretend to be me to gain their trust and I thought I had to stop snap that so I met with them and when I came out here to again I came out here several times. Then and each time I would meet with those Smith. Just a wonderful guy and he introduced me to Ollie Gray and he introduced me do several other people they were working on the case. After Lewis Smith's death he left his case files to his daughter Cindy Mara as well as his master spreadsheet detailing every suspect for the murder of Jon Benet he developed this database of people have interest. In our case I'd come in his tips and each each name had a columnist. What had been done if anything on this tip was followed up on his DNA take three perch taken in intellect coughing very extensive database very thorough? And when he died he left that as legacy and and Cindy Mara his daughter is taken up that database and move forward on doing what Lou would have done had lived. So yeah. Yeah it's it's really a gift he left because you know as a family here we have. We have nothing else you know. The police haven't shared any really not any information with us. So the work that we did is what we've got it. Is this spreadsheet and a final shortlist list of ten suspects that is now forming the basis of our new investigation. Douglas Genie Jason and their team along with John and John John Andrew Ramsay are determined to finally finish with Detective Smith started and they formed his team if kept very low profile but they are basically taking lose extensive database of information on this case and methodically going through each dame each lead and either eliminated eminating or resilient and they're eliminating it based on Giddy. Dna We have foreign mail. DNA always voice have had in this case in lieu fell was going to be solved by fighting DNA mash. So they're going through and get Indian each of these people I I either take him off. The list is debated match. Or there's some connection than pursuing it for. They're going from the top down but they do you believe that the name of the killers.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

08:32 min | 8 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

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But somehow we got on an airplane to Denver Info there in arrived to taxi cab from their their Ford and arrived right as just after they had found body. They were walking out of the house. So it's quite a way to see. It had to be very difficult. Yes absolutely and I remember being scared to. I didn't know who had done this against our family. There's I remember it did in our cabin Dan. That's coming out of the house. Presumably they just found Giannini's body and we were ushered into a car. Ars Essentially ran my dad's to the effect that Shamanee's been is in heaven and killed and Patsy. He was just devastated. I mean on the floor just devastated. The police were there of course and I the thing thing I can remember as as Burke being brought in and just that just that just he was he was just a nine year old. Oh you know smiling. Little boy and is his best friend is sister. Little sister was was murdered and that was just devastating devastating to me. See that his you know he just had this look of innocence on them walking in there kind of a big awkward smile. Oh I know this is this is not good. All these people around me were crying. A mother's on the floor but you know he's it just just awful nightmare however was just beginning and as it turned out the investigation into who killed Jon. Benet was to be defined from the start by a series of catastrophic blunders by the Boulder Police Department. I've met a foreign six expert years later. And he said it was bizarre. What they didn't do he said the first thing we do do when a child is missing as we go through the House thoroughly? Were they hiding under a blanket. Were they hiding in a closet where they played some Kinda game. We look everywhere in the house. I they didn't do it. That's the first avenue if a child missing this police work one on one. Didn't have it all the way. Our country's structured for the most part we have eighteen thousand police jurisdictions if a crime occurs in that jurisdiction that crime is responsibility ability of the local police. If they don't ask for help help cannot be given and certainly was the case in in Boulder. You are the expert in everything no are they wise enough to know. They're not sometimes yes sometimes. No Nar case dancer was no. They thought they can handle it. They tend to be very territorial very protective of their cases and they wanna not have help. And that's that's unfortunate yours. Get in the way. This is an expert on the Jon. Benet Ramsey case Jameson. They turn down can help immediately from the Denver. Police said you've had one homicide in how many years we have unfortunately for Denver of much larger number. YOU'RE IN DENVER. Said we have got equal that know how to do the crime scenes. Let us help you. An older apparently said no are. Oh you know. Don't think we're like maybe able to do something we we'll take care of our own and so Denver had to step back and let boulder do your thing which they didn't new very well in hindsight. Well that's the one day I will old boulder a responsible for. I don't criticize him because they had no experience. I appreciate ashamed that they were working on it. But they should have realized they didn't have the the expertise inexperienced to deal with it and they should have welcomed the help of Denver for example or the sheriff's Department or whomever and that's what I will fault them for that next day we went down to the police station and young in my mind. I'm a dumb nineteen year old kid. Really connect the dots and interrogation. But that's what it was police price of eight separate me from my family for hours on end. Bring me into some window. Lists the interrogation room. And so I'm sitting there and I'm sure there's a video of this somewhere out there in the in the world thinking that okay well here comes the the best and brightest here comes the FBI you know CBI. This is peculiar okay. Good we're going to get to you. Know get to an answer here and then walk. Ron gossage in Steve. Thomas from the border police mayhem either. Business cards and I look added in one says auto theft and the other says narcotics and literally. I just bury my head in my hands because I knew at that point. We we're screwed. These guys had no business investigating.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

08:36 min | 8 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I think anyone who suffered the loss of a child those that that. There's just a lot of times that let's family and friends and clergy people. We lost our daughter. That's the worst possible. Ospel thing that could have happened to us. Anything that has happened in the aftermath pales by comparison. We feel like they're at least two people on the face of this earth. No who did. And that is the killer and someone that that person may have confided them. Welcome to episode three of the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey the final suspects. I'm your host Daniel Roby last time we heard how twenty three years after the broken and abused body of six year. Old jonbenet Ramsey was discovered by her father in the basement of their Boulder Colorado home. The identity of her murder still baffles law enforcement officers bottomline. There's still a killer out there. It also how armed with a list of remaining suspects from lead detective loose-knit a new team of investigators. Journalists and private citizens are doing what the boulder older police department has yet to be able to put aside any agenda other than finding answers for the Ramseys it is this spreadsheet and a short list of ten suspects. Vex that is now forming the basis of our new investigation Dylan Howard Doug Lumbini Jamison and their team along with John and John. Andrew Ramsay are determined determined to pick up with detective. loose-knit could not finish it. Used to be what I'd wake up in the morning had to get up up quick because I lay in bed. Start thinking that was tough to start your day. That way better yet reminded. No I have pictures of Jon Benet and and Beth. My other daughter on my desk came sometimes. Look that makes both happy and said well you know for so long long. My father's born the brunt of working with the media and putting himself out there and he's gone to tremendous links that really to protect us kids to the we can have a semblance of normal life. I'm at the same time I've got a vested interest in this. I've got young children myself. My wife has been affected by this murder. And I want the truth. And that's why I'm I'm doing this. I don't have any aspirations beyond just getting to the truth and this is this is a means to an end. As I said we were naive pass. He came from a small town west. Virginia I was born and raised in Lincoln Nebraska. We thought the world was a nice place John Andrew along with sisters Elizabeth and Melinda lived with their mother in Atlanta. Their parents had divorced in nineteen seventy eight and John. John Married Patsy in nineteen. Eighty Burke Ramsey was born in one thousand nine hundred seven and Jon Benet three years later even after John and patsy moved to boulder all all the children remained close. This is John Andrew. My Dad's company merged with two others in the headquarters was in boulder her once Access graphics was sold to Lockheed Martin my dad was promoted to CEO President. In of course steph point made the move to full-time in boulder but coming from Atlanta Boulder was. It was kind of a novelty right until the story of. You've gone out there as a as a seventh grader Meena Buddy. We had our bikes. We could ride our bikes everywhere. I mean this was unthinkable in the sprawl of Atlanta. You walk the places. It was kind of this quaint small town so we thought we didn't pay attention to keep our doors lock. We thought we lived the Nice safe community in one of the things. Police asked me early on. Do you know anybody could have done this. I said I don't know anybody this evil. This is an evil horrible saying that human being into a child. I don't know anybody I've never met anybody. That said Evil John. John Andrew Remembers. Jon Benet some fourteen years his junior as a boisterous fun loving kid. I'm not GonNa say we were best buddies or anything but As I remember being really Tomboy I mean she this older brother Burke who had a bunch of you neighborhood buddies played baseball and whatever sports the day and she just Kinda hung out with them and I really saw her as as a tomboy be yes she was a sweet fun kit at the some of this has been trumped up and really portrayed as overwhelming personality but I guess I don't remember that and I think I there's just genuine this weekend one of the things that I regret big time obviously is that we didn't take our home security more seriously without Linden in a very peaceful AC- Harriet type of community. Our House had alarm system. Stay in the house. We bought it but it was one that put without this excruciating noise and the theory behind that type assists to was it drives you nuts and some as intruder. He just wants to get out of the house as his his ear. Drums are breaking. So we'd never used. Johnny said off one just punching buttons. It was horrible. She said it makes expires loud. That's the idea so we'd ever use it because it was horrible system but on the morning after Christmas nineteen ninety-six. Everything changed our plan that morning. That was get up early. Blind to Minneapolis meet John and my daughter Melinda and they go on up to northern Michigan for like a second Christmas with Miller kiss and then they were going to go back home. And we're going to take Johnny Burke on the Disney cruise so it was the day after Christmas and I had spent Christmas with but my sister Melinda in mother and if Lanna and after was flying to meet my dad passing family. We were GONNA go to Charlotte Michigan time. We'd at home but the plan was to meet any apple's so we were flying Minneapolis Got Off their plane and I can't remember someone handed me a note flight attendant or somebody they pulled me aside and said you need to call call home essentially pay phone and called my dad and he told me that Johnny Been Kidnapped and I think he I essentially we. Just this means that split-second decision why Denver that point after patsy discovered the ransom note claiming Jon Benet had been kidnapped. She called called nine one one. The police responded and so began the initial agonizing. Wait for the family well. I described the feeling to people. It's like when you're in a shopping center and you've got your small child with you and your rookie through clothing and look round gone. He had this desist. Hit My gut like my God. Where's bird or she go? Where did he go a star frantically looking and then you find him over in the next? I'll somewhere minutes later. I had that panic yet in the gut feeling all morning what do I what have I got to do to get her backed. It's cold out there. It's dark and I do whatever I'm capable of doing that we call the police immediately obvious to get her back. That was my the whole focus. What a helpless? I didn't know what to eat. Our can give blocked roads lead. Get pleased at the airport. I but the cops answer here. They know what they're doing. I I don't I don't should be done. But in retrospect they didn't have a clue what they're doing and I should'VE MM-HMM I should've I don't how would escalate it. But I should have called a friend of the governor's office. I should have done something to say. Look we got a major.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

08:36 min | 8 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I think anyone who suffered the loss of a child those that that. There's just a lot of times that let's family and friends and clergy people. We lost our daughter. That's the worst possible. Ospel thing that could have happened to us. Anything that has happened in the aftermath pales by comparison. We feel like they're at least two people on the face of this earth. No who did. And that is the killer and someone that that person may have confided them. Welcome to episode three of the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey the final suspects. I'm your host Daniel Roby last time we heard how twenty three years after the broken and abused body of six year. Old jonbenet Ramsey was discovered by her father in the basement of their Boulder Colorado home. The identity of her murder still baffles law enforcement officers bottomline. There's still a killer out there. It also how armed with a list of remaining suspects from lead detective loose-knit a new team of investigators. Journalists and private citizens are doing what the boulder older police department has yet to be able to put aside any agenda other than finding answers for the Ramseys it is this spreadsheet and a short list of ten suspects. Vex that is now forming the basis of our new investigation Dylan Howard Doug Lumbini Jamison and their team along with John and John. Andrew Ramsay are determined determined to pick up with detective. loose-knit could not finish it. Used to be what I'd wake up in the morning had to get up up quick because I lay in bed. Start thinking that was tough to start your day. That way better yet reminded. No I have pictures of Jon Benet and and Beth. My other daughter on my desk came sometimes. Look that makes both happy and said well you know for so long long. My father's born the brunt of working with the media and putting himself out there and he's gone to tremendous links that really to protect us kids to the we can have a semblance of normal life. I'm at the same time I've got a vested interest in this. I've got young children myself. My wife has been affected by this murder. And I want the truth. And that's why I'm I'm doing this. I don't have any aspirations beyond just getting to the truth and this is this is a means to an end. As I said we were naive pass. He came from a small town west. Virginia I was born and raised in Lincoln Nebraska. We thought the world was a nice place John Andrew along with sisters Elizabeth and Melinda lived with their mother in Atlanta. Their parents had divorced in nineteen seventy eight and John. John Married Patsy in nineteen. Eighty Burke Ramsey was born in one thousand nine hundred seven and Jon Benet three years later even after John and patsy moved to boulder all all the children remained close. This is John Andrew. My Dad's company merged with two others in the headquarters was in boulder her once Access graphics was sold to Lockheed Martin my dad was promoted to CEO President. In of course steph point made the move to full-time in boulder but coming from Atlanta Boulder was. It was kind of a novelty right until the story of. You've gone out there as a as a seventh grader Meena Buddy. We had our bikes. We could ride our bikes everywhere. I mean this was unthinkable in the sprawl of Atlanta. You walk the places. It was kind of this quaint small town so we thought we didn't pay attention to keep our doors lock. We thought we lived the Nice safe community in one of the things. Police asked me early on. Do you know anybody could have done this. I said I don't know anybody this evil. This is an evil horrible saying that human being into a child. I don't know anybody I've never met anybody. That said Evil John. John Andrew Remembers. Jon Benet some fourteen years his junior as a boisterous fun loving kid. I'm not GonNa say we were best buddies or anything but As I remember being really Tomboy I mean she this older brother Burke who had a bunch of you neighborhood buddies played baseball and whatever sports the day and she just Kinda hung out with them and I really saw her as as a tomboy be yes she was a sweet fun kit at the some of this has been trumped up and really portrayed as overwhelming personality but I guess I don't remember that and I think I there's just genuine this weekend one of the things that I regret big time obviously is that we didn't take our home security more seriously without Linden in a very peaceful AC- Harriet type of community. Our House had alarm system. Stay in the house. We bought it but it was one that put without this excruciating noise and the theory behind that type assists to was it drives you nuts and some as intruder. He just wants to get out of the house as his his ear. Drums are breaking. So we'd never used. Johnny said off one just punching buttons. It was horrible. She said it makes expires loud. That's the idea so we'd ever use it because it was horrible system but on the morning after Christmas nineteen ninety-six. Everything changed our plan that morning. That was get up early. Blind to Minneapolis meet John and my daughter Melinda and they go on up to northern Michigan for like a second Christmas with Miller kiss and then they were going to go back home. And we're going to take Johnny Burke on the Disney cruise so it was the day after Christmas and I had spent Christmas with but my sister Melinda in mother and if Lanna and after was flying to meet my dad passing family. We were GONNA go to Charlotte Michigan time. We'd at home but the plan was to meet any apple's so we were flying Minneapolis Got Off their plane and I can't remember someone handed me a note flight attendant or somebody they pulled me aside and said you need to call call home essentially pay phone and called my dad and he told me that Johnny Been Kidnapped and I think he I essentially we. Just this means that split-second decision why Denver that point after patsy discovered the ransom note claiming Jon Benet had been kidnapped. She called called nine one one. The police responded and so began the initial agonizing. Wait for the family well. I described the feeling to people. It's like when you're in a shopping center and you've got your small child with you and your rookie through clothing and look round gone. He had this desist. Hit My gut like my God. Where's bird or she go? Where did he go a star frantically looking and then you find him over in the next? I'll somewhere minutes later. I had that panic yet in the gut feeling all morning what do I what have I got to do to get her backed. It's cold out there. It's dark and I do whatever I'm capable of doing that we call the police immediately obvious to get her back. That was my the whole focus. What a helpless? I didn't know what to eat. Our can give blocked roads lead. Get pleased at the airport. I but the cops answer here. They know what they're doing. I I don't I don't should be done. But in retrospect they didn't have a clue what they're doing and I should'VE MM-HMM I should've I don't how would escalate it. But I should have called a friend of the governor's office. I should have done something to say. Look we got a major.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

09:59 min | 9 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"An individual whose existence I began online under the pseudonym Jameson? What can you tell? Tell me about Jameson. Who she first of all and why did you get involved in this case is she is a housewife? A mother lives in a southern state and saw this story and it hit her. I hit her for personal. The reasons of which I don't really know all up immediately. She started blogging. On this case and people started to pay attention. She wondered if it was an intruder and or if it was the family members over time she came to know Lou Smit and others involved in the investigation and believe that intruder was responsible for it and has overtime collected a great deal of material. I think of her as the Encyclopedia of this case Doug. What was your first initiation to her? I first initiation was in nineteen ninety eight. She had been named by a professor at an Ivy League school as a possible suspect. In the case he had done some analysis of her writings and had come to the conclusion the very very very wrong conclusion that she was somehow a suspect in the case in we learned of this as I was doing a series of stories. He's on the case and I met with her for the first time in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in Boulder Colorado and she told me in her story and we did her story sense then. I have used as a resource over the years. Time and time In time again and I too have traveled to her hometown and I to have set either in her whole or in a hotel room or the library uptown and looked at listened to and watched the things she's collected and it's remarkable what she's collected so not not only was she not the murderer but she became like you said the encyclopedia and Lou Smit would actually call her to fact check. Isn't that right and and John Ramsey still does. Yeah over that time you know a a blogger who's a bit anonymous at times and you wonder right I mean are they straight are they bending things are they twisting facts to a certain advantage. She she is a straight shooter. She's collected what she's collected from sources all over the country and people send her things. It's remarkable remarkable. What she gets in the mail and she tells you about it? She trusts you. loose-knit trusted her and they engaged in numerous conversations over the years and she visited him in Colorado and he trusted her. He trusted her so much that he add this valuable list of suspects and he gave her access to those to a spreadsheet. And that's what we're working with. Well I think it is finally time to on mosque jonassen. Let's give her a call Jamieson. I am isn't show. We know all the facts. The ramseys have been accused of this murder. Burke Ramsey has been falsely accused of this murder. There it was a witch hunt surrounding in my view John and Patsy Ramsey. But we're in a unique position. Now Jameson it's two two thousand and nineteen and we have access to new enhancements in technology. Dan Is it's very important in this case. Why is it? There is no innocent explanation or any foreign mail. DNA to be found on her body for on her clothes under her nails and especially not co mingled old with the blood spots from the sexual assault that were found in her panties. There's no innocent explanation for that. DNA to be in any of those places places. It does not belong to anybody in her family which means that someone who sexually assaulted her that day left their DNA there and it's important to find that person and it's also important to know that he nineteen ninety-six not only was Technology Bailey available to properly testimony of saint or. I suspect that mistakes by the ball deep payday meant it simply wasn't used to its full capabilities and now with the advantage and enhancements of DNA technology that we saw with the Golden State Killa and how that unsolved case this was solved. We're really in a unique position. We're in a great position because we know that there's more. DNA evidence that needs to be tested and what still needs to be tested in this case for DNA. Okay some of the items that were taken as evidence were sent to boaty and they sent them. I'm back and didn't test them. And they those items need to be brought back to the lab and retested using the better knowledge that we have. Are we going to get asked. But how are we going to get access to those well. One Way. We're not gonNA physically get a hold of these items which could include fluid. The garage The handled it was used as under garage. Which of course someone's hand was on? So why wouldn't you test that. We're not go and physically get a hold of that but loose Smith has a daughter and daughter along with some of his former colleagues are are trying to get those items tested. They sit with the Boulder Police Department. They are trying to pressure the Boulder Police Department into doing the right thing and getting goes critical items critical pieces of evidence tested. But why why were. They not tested twenty years ago. That's sounds crazy. It's a murder scene. They found enough. DNA to know that someone outside of the family was there and they have five more pieces of evidence that could have been tested and they just didn't do it. Oh that's that's an easy answer. They know who did it they gotten DNA back and the rams and family my good fit the foreign DNA. That was Jon Benet panties that stop anybody from believing that the family did it. No and they're they hit the information from the District Attorney's Office the Boulder Police Department at the report saying that. DNA belong to a foreign person person and they didn't tell the district attorney's office. They did not tell Smith they did not tell anyone. They hit that secret for months and months and months launch in to me. That's criminal in itself and I understand. I understand back then when they would probably embarrassed and they've already pointed the finger at the family and they they couldn't Sort of on. Go down that path but it seems like now there'd be a whole new group of people at the Boulder Police Department at at the DA's office. Why this minute let me? Just let me just say what everyone should be saying. If Lou Smith spreadsheet exists why why is the Boulder Police Department. Not doing what we're doing we're podcast producers. And we're left to do the research that they won't do. They told told me number one. They have other cases new cases and vital cases that they feel they can do better work on and and that's their priority number two the funding. They've spent so much money on the Ramsey case. They really don't have that much money three they. They don't feel that they can properly ever get a conviction in this case even if they find intruder they're always intruders lawyers gonNA stab Ab. They said the RAMSEYS did it. And so they don't feel that they'll be able to get an addiction. So why bother the thing that you need to note is the same people that have not solved this case. Twenty two years are the same people in charge same elites that were there day one day to day fifty day one hundred are still there in charts so they must have been like in their twenty like they must have just been starting their career back in ninety six ninety seven this you know. They hadn't been a murder in boulder. Oh to Colorado of a kid like this that will foreign to how to deal with these type of crowd a few days after the murder they bring in John Andrew Ramsay Ramsey. That was John Benitez older brother. He was a sophomore at the University of Colorado at the time they bring him into the Boulder police station. They put him in a room and he is hoping that now. The police are going to solve the murder. Sister to police officers come immune. He's sitting in the chair. They sit down. They hand him their cards. Their business cards police business cards one card. It says auto theft one card says narcotics. Neither of those cards say homicide and he thinks Oh my oh my God what's going.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I arrived at Maryland's house in Brentwood which is just outside of La. I pressed the doorbell by my heart pounding because I absolutely had no idea what to expect when her housekeeper opened the door I was amazed in front of me was virtually empty living room there's nothing in it but a couple of chairs I put the tape recorder on the floor and was kneeling down trying to get it to work suddenly suddenly in front of me I saw a yellow slacks and a voice said is there anything I can do to help and so that's the way I met Marilyn Monroe on my knees welcome to the final episode of the killing of Marilyn Monroe with me Jackie Moran over the past eleven episodes we have journey together through the tragically adjective short stellar life of the woman who remains for many me included the greatest film star who ever lived into these solve one who had add everything she seemed to exude a sort of happiness and joy of life in her pictures she became like a catchphrase phrase the guys would yell out who do you think you are Marilyn Monroe I mean that's helping him she what she was the standard Sivy judged by but she was also a woman whose own insecurities and abandonment issues the product of a lonely abused childhood in a succession of foster homes led her to seek relationships with a series of powerful dangerous men before she even reached puberty before she was senior she was sexually molested by one of the foster parents that she had any sense of her innocence was completely destroyed she was turned into a sexual creature before she was a teenager feature that meant psychologically that the only response she had any stimulation from men was sexual when Maryland Caroline was being interviewed one time she mentioned about how she used to have dreams about as a child being in church and walking down the aisle not wearing any close than just sort of being very proud of the fact that she was nude and wonderful accepted and that she was proud of who she was and and who sudden death on August fourth nineteen sixty two stunned the whole world in this final episode we're going to examine Marilyn's impact as an actress us and as a person look at the significance of her life and death for twentieth century American history and ask the only question that now matters will there are ever be justice for Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe got a million other women have and prefer not to show I remember very distinctly the morning of August steph nineteen sixty two when it was announced in the media that she had been found dead I was crushed I was nine years old and the death of Marilyn Monroe was just something completely out of my realm the idea that someone so alive someone so vivacious and someone so famous could suddenly dead Marilyn Monroe's death was the first of four momentous murders that would come to define nineteen eighteen sixties America and resonate for generations beyond President John F. Kennedy would be killed just fifteen months later and almost five years after his assassination came shootings of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy that Jack and Bobby were both lovers of Maryland's only adds to the significance of her demise mine fact Twang changed American history because of the assassination of a president because of the assassination of a presidential candidate and because of the murder of Moody Star that knew the intimate secrets both bobby and Jack now she he is an enduring part of the American legend what was the American identity be without her the importance of Maryland's position in American history story is further added to by the other players in her messy final months mobster Sam Giancana of the Chicago Mafia rat packers Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford and controversial FBI director j Edgar Hoover there were intertwined orbits of influence that indeed are so murky that I don't think anyone will ever know forces countermanding one another dentist time enroll no she was being watched by the F. B. I. Mafia in private detective Jan Groover was out to get the Kennedys he was very vindictive about the Kennedys ladies he was taping Marilyn Monroe's phone calls and he was also looking into Maui Monroe's relationship with the RATPAC with Frank Sinatra mattress with Dean Martin with Peter Lawford with Joey Bishop with Sammy Davis Junior was looking into that because J. Edgar Hoover was business report with Mafia boss Frank Costello in a racetrack in Florida as we discovered in the previous episode it was precisely that dark and deadly web of power corruption and lies that led to her death the murky mysterious details Maryland's last day August fourth nineteen nineteen sixty two have fueled speculation for half a century it was a gift to cover up a relationship with Jack Kennedy a relationship relationship with Bobby Kennedy would have blown the Democrat side of the water you've never seen a Lyndon Johnson presidency if the real truth about Marilyn Monroe had been revealed slept with who she wanted to she had affairs with her she wanted to she was really ahead of her time I don't think she's looked at that way but she was taking her sex sex symbol image and giving an explanation for not making it a hollow cheating but making it a a position of power of position of self awareness..

Marilyn Monroe's Menorah Predicted to Sell For Up to $150,000 at New York Auction

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00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Marilyn Monroe's Menorah Predicted to Sell For Up to $150,000 at New York Auction

"A Nora owned by Marilyn Monroe is going on the auction block and could fetch more than one hundred thousand dollars the screen icon converted to Judaism in nineteen fifty six when she married playwright Arthur Miller auctioneers cast amount and co say the brass plated menorah which has a wind up mechanism in its base and plays the Israeli national anthem was a gift tomorrow from Miller's parents sold to a private collector twenty years ago what was once part of an exhibition at the Jewish museum of New York it will be sold next Thursday here in the city

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Kylie Jenner Transforms Into Marilyn Monroe and Proves Diamonds Really Are a Girl's Best Friend

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00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Kylie Jenner Transforms Into Marilyn Monroe and Proves Diamonds Really Are a Girl's Best Friend

"Helloween is here today and Kylie Jenner is celebrating with her third Halloween costume she is dressed up as Marilyn Monroe from gentlemen prefer blondes diamonds are a girl's best friend and she's sharing all the photographs with us on her Instagram account she previously dressed up as Ariel from The Little Mermaid and a playboy bunny and dressed her child up herself I mean you know from the met gala

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

10:50 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Blue they with vital forensic evidence now missing whether accidentally or deliberately the coroner's office had to make do with whatever other tests they could run maryland's blood levels revealed heavy traces of nembutal and chloride hydrate showing that she did indeed die of an overdose but something else was more puzzle blink when the copsey came about with dr not duty they didn't notice any sediments in her stomach no yellow i send just the dock fluids so when somebody takes this amount of drugs you're gonna find some residue in their stomach through stomach was empty no traces of utah or any other drugs were found there on august seventeenth nearly two weeks after marilyn died dr gucci published his findings marilyn monroe had died of acute barbiturate poisoning and according to the coroner's office conclusions at her own hand and here's l. a. chief karner theodore kerfi announcing the news the girl has suffered from captions disturbance for a long time mood changes were abrupt and unpredictable in our investigation we have learned michigan role had often expressed wishes to give up the withdraw and even to die on more than one occasion them a pass when disappointed and depressed she had made a suicide attempt using sedative drugs on the basis of information obtained it is our opinion that the case is probably suicide forensic pathologist cyril wecht review the autopsy photographs toxicology report investigator reports those are the you know all the things that were available for matters of record confidential shaw records there in all my years fifty seven years i do not recall a case in which somebody quipped on probable when you are not sure which you're supposed to do officially properly is to list of manner of death is undetermined and that's why we have a box for undetermined nothing to be embarrassed about intellectually by using that sometimes you can't be sure what demand rift is the autopsy report came under fire from points throughout the nation journalist anthony scott reto referred to it has quote one of the weirdest autopsy reports ever confected doctor cindy be weinberg chief medical examiner of suffolk county new york named the evidence points to the classic features of a homicide much more so than to a suicide the use of the word probable essentially i'm that office indicates to me i think quite reasonable logical inference that they really weren't sure overwhelming pressure he said that in his judgment that no formal inquest was needed his communist in little more than ignite conspiracy theories regarding maryland ends death suicide or murder that was still raging more than a half century later marilyn monroe's death may have been officially declared a suicide but the use of that word probable plus the mysteriously lost forensic evidence and the absence of any pill residue in her stomach led many to believe is that something was being covered up and when journalists and private investigators began to conduct their own inquiries it soon emerged that marilyn's organs were not the only things that had suddenly vanished the police records that were kept disappeared there aren't any records on maryland if you go to the district attorney's office they don't exist someone got rid of them it was revealed that all records of our incoming and outgoing telephone calls had been removed from the archives of the phone company never deterred most of the people who were there that night and who were close to her we're never interviewed so we have the official record it has a very imprecise version of her desk in the final months of her life marilyn's tangled liaisons with JFK bobby kennedy had meant she was under almost constant surveillance by everyone from FBI director j edgar hoover to the chicago mafia surely those records wordings could provide a clue to exactly what happened to her on that fateful night apparently not all of the tapes that came from the american munro's home they mysteriously disappeared there's a lot of evidence about the tapping of the phone a lot of the wiretap evidence was destroyed consists of bugging tapes that vanished in the cover up you have the j. edgar hoover tapes and the reason is the catch bobby kind of the what is sandstone then you go read out trust he was hired by sam giancana in the chicago mild and the reason to booker was to get inside automation on what maryland me know about the FBI and bobby kennedy's attack on chicago up very early biographers were able to listen some of it before it did get destroyed the FBI tapes the reason they wanted the final what maryland movable frank sinatra's compensations with the mafia then you've got marilyn monroe secret tapes at this time i'm role knew she was being watched by the demographia privacy till he was feeling uneasy and thought maybe her life would be threatened so they were trying to cover up everything that happened to her here's private detective becky alternator who spent years trying to track down much of this missing evidence so many people orlov was a cover up they took everything has to do with barrel monroe's death and they covered it up or they destroyed it you know go to the more LA you talk to them i bet you they didn't leave anybody else's lab worker there things like that but the phone records of marilyn monroe they disappeared everything disappear the pathologist reports there laugh or everything her stunning content everything had to do barrel monroe disappeared why to me it's just a big cover up becky's investigations led to her finding one of the few people still alive who was not only a member of maryland's inner circle but who is with the tragic star on her less stay i was looking for the people who live by marilyn monroe at the time i called them like really nervous i'm gonna call pat nuke oh she doesn't talk to anyone i call and i just said please just give me a minute the talk before you hang up she said okay you have a minute we'll the minute turn into an hour her she wanted to know about me and my life and vice versa patricia nukem now eighty nine was marilyn's publicist and friend and we heard in the last episode maryland suspected she might also have been having an affair with bobby kennedy maryland came to believe that robert kennedy was having a thing with patricia newcomb at the same time whether it happened or not we weren't in the bedroom but marilyn came to believe it pat nukem had spent much of august fourth with marilyn then left in the early evening returning only when housekeeper eunice murray called her to say she found marilyn dead becky was particularly interested in the fact that nukem had told her she had arrived at the house at one thirty AM some two hours before very says she discovered the body so what might have she been doing in that time could she have been looking for something marilyn monroe journal nasdaq pat nuke them confirmed that to me she said yes she kept a journal whether it was the red book she said she doesn't know she just knows that maryland enron kept diaries mela monroe tip the secret diary in which she recorded intimate information about her relationships with several liberties including love affair with the then president kennedy then later on having a romance with bobby kennedy twenty channel does book would have been very intimidating found at the time they asked or were you looking for the diary actor marilyn death because there were several police officer sousse stated pat newcomb was just very upset and going through all the george is hysterical and things like that melman rose kefir of her life so i would think thank god bad diary because everybody wanted and the hands on the diary when i asked pat nude them of course she said was true she wasn't looking for her diary the diary never been found to this day.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I think that before she realized that she was slipping away she died with the phone in her hand so i believe she was even reaching out for help if you're going to call something a suicide you really should have some basis some clinical history destitute ticket we're in homicide or murder doesn't have to say who she learns that welcome to part nine of the killing of alan monroe i'm your host jackie moran in the last episode we heard how in the early hours of august fifth nineteen sixty two the world's most famous actress had been found her housekeeper eunice murray naked and unconscious on her bed surrounded by empty pill bottles and clutching her telephone by the time sergeant clemens of the LAPD arrived at around four thirty AM she was long dead on the bed marilyn was arranged on the exact same position of one of those lots of her body and that nude calendar clemens said in this episode we will see how in the days and weeks following maryland's death the uncertainties and disorders surrounding her demise were increase and with them mounting evidence that foul play was involved the confusion began almost from the moment maryland's body was discovered when marilyn monroe died interesting fact her body lay in the morgue unclaimed because she didn't have family it was kind of like well should her lawyer claim it should press agent claim it should her made claim it who's going to claim her body joe demise yo flu claimed her body and made the arrangements for her funeral and paid for it and patriarch crept otherwise who knows what would have happened to her maryland was taken to the los angeles county coroner's office where an autopsy was performed to try to find out exactly how and why she died assigned to perform the actual autopsy sunday morning was dr thomas noguchi japanese-born surgeon who had moved to the united states in one thousand nine hundred eighty two ironically about six years later on july six nineteen sixty eight it was the same doctrine noguchi than the chief medical examiner for los angeles county who performed the autopsy on robert kennedy drew's assassination at the ambassador hotel doctrine iguchi was not simply trying to establish the cause of marilyn's death but to determine the manner of her death it's an important distinction as forensic pathologists zero wacked explains my experience as a forensic pathologist back to nineteen sixty two during which time i've done about twenty thousand top sees every viewed signed off or sucralose out forty thousand others medical examiners coroners have to deal with manner of death not only caused deaths doctors and hospitals of regular cases just just fill out a death certificate putting down causes death and coroners medical examiners you have additional boxes one of which is to be checked and the man route thirty five of them in decreasing order of frequency of occurrence natural accidents suicide homicide our undetermined marilyn monroe was the most famous woman in america and her sudden shocking death had made headlines worldwide everybody wanted to know what happened and so dr new gucci naturally was determined to be thorough in his examination gucci removed her kidneys and intestines for further study he announced at the time these specimens are vital in determining the mode of death without them we can only indulge in speculation don't you take material from the stomach whatever's there and from the blood and from the liver you take the material from the i six ten inches or so of the small intestine and then similar from the next twelve inches or so on and you do that that kind of said mental analysis we'll give you an idea whether the drug may have been taken sporadically intermittent employee as opposed to one large dose that would be the case with a suicide specimens were turned over to the mortgage chief toxicologist aiman j. abernathy who ran tests only on the blood and liver not on the other organs removed junction gucci quite properly collected those take materials from the stomach and small intestine submitted into the toxicology lab there at the emmys office however when dr gucci returned to the lab to pick up the results he was told something very surprising current is it took samples from specimens of physical specimens that was supposed to be analyzed and they were all of a sudden and missing when the gucci days later approached abernethy for the test results he was shocked when he was told that the body parts had been disposed of because abernathy felt that no other tests are needed tissue samples that could have been proved how the drugs were administered to marilyn and somebody took the specimens and i'm down the toilet but this was crucial evidence in the laboratory based tests of the autopsy simply vanished so there was no laboratory work of the woman's to be lost even more rare for them to be accidentally discarded and then when you're talking about a major celebrity like marilyn monroe.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Was some actor one st about me kissing me was like guessing Hitler well I think there is brought there were even signs that she was finally taking back control of her hey attic love life the affairs with the powerful ruthless men that had caused her so much unhappiness and who had used her as a pawn in their schemes against each other include being John F. Kennedy his brother Bobby Frank Sinatra and Mafia boss Sam Giancana had all come to a horrific head at Sinatra's cal Neva resort and Maryland is had finally been open as to their real motives both of the Kennedys had broken up with her she'd been involved with I Jack and then Avi they weren't nice about breaking up with her so she was really mad about that the twenty four hours before her death she really strikes me ask someone who was putting her life back together she had spent so much time and energy becoming Marilyn Monroe we know I really have trouble believing that she committed suicide intentionally maybe she caused her own death by as I said taking champagne and sleeping pills was something she did so that's an easy trap to fall into after the tumultuous events of the preceding weeks Maryland plan to spend the weekend relaxing at home according to the official truth only four people saw her alive that Saturday the photographer Lawrence Schiller with whom she discussed the possibility of playboy publishing nude photos of her taken on the set of something's got to give her housekeeper Eunice Murray her psychiatrist Dr Greenspan and her publicist Patricia nukem the latter three were to have central roles in her death and subsequent Conspiracy Theories Patricia new was one of Maryland's press agents more than that they became very close friends in Marilyn's final two years the pair may have been friends but they were also rivals here's entertainment journalist Charles Castillo no one could really compete with Marilyn Monroe but pat newcomb was a little bit younger and she was attractive and she was smart so some people nickname and Pat Newcomb civil for civil rivalry Maryland came to believe that Robert Kennedy was having a thing with Patricia newcomb at the same time whether it happened or not we weren't in the bedroom but Marilyn came to believe it so in her mind it was so she was livid she was furious because he or she was the most beautiful woman in the world getting the attention we needed or the self worth she needed from her affair with Bobby Kennedy we shall see later the parts that Dr Green and Eunice Murray were to play that night on her bedroom phone Maryland placed her first call of the day it was to Jeanne Carmen her friend Maryland said on the loneliest girl in the World Bobby Kennedy is in San Francisco I'm going to call them all day until you agrees to fly down and see me we've got to have it out once and for all she had been expecting to see Bobby Kennedy that night he was in San Francisco when he was expected to fly in to go to a party at Peter Lawford it's 'cause Maryland wanted fema person she wanted to have that many people at the end of a relationship where one is ending I want you to tell me to my face. The Kennedys have always maintained that Bob Liam Maryland did not meet in person on her last day alive there is evidence that bobby was in Beverly Hills at the time she died but it's not tremendously helpful evidence we know that she was ranting and raving at her house the day that she died about what the Kennedys had the the idea of visit from Arba Kennedy is fifty fifty if he did come whatever he said tar if he was there was part of the reason that she needed to see the psychiatrist for an immediate home visit you would surmise that it would have been something like this we have to stop I like you I want to be here for you I want help you but we have to move on from this if bobby did not come to Brentwood it wasn't for want of trying on her part Maryland would place a total of six urgent calls leaving messages for RFK none of which were returned furious and convinced that he'd never call her she found Peter Lawford at his beach house Marilyn tired of being manipulated by the men in her life had finally decided to wrest control of the situation and she was about to unleash her nuclear option threatening the president and Attorney General of the United States she was planning to hold a conference next Monday and reveal what the we've had done to her you tell him that if he doesn't fly down to see me and talk things over here from me at my press conference Monday morning it'll make headlines around the world although not of the kind that would help Jack's bid for reelection if I don't hear from him no later than six o'clock watch me atv tell bobby tune in you might also call Jack at the White House I know he has a busy schedule but he'll have time to watch me I plan into look dazzling then she put down the phone.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Every once in a while a media flashes through the skies and falls into the fortunately for us the ball of fire we have is I guess miss the Ocean Atlanta that's Funny Center Fox so I give you the two most deciding words in the modern seven pills becker until several people that comment that she just made say goodbye to everybody why she saying the by welcome depart eight of the killing of Marilyn Monroe. I'm your host Jackie Moran in this episode we will focus on the events of August Fourth Nineteen Sixty two the nightmare Arlen died exactly what happened that Saturday evening has been the subject of nearly six decades of conjecture conspiracy an alleged cover-up but for the moment we're going to try to stick to the official version of events whether the official version is also the true version will be up to you to decide a nine round it's a pleasure meeting Marilyn Monroe had spent the last day of her life at home on filling Dr Brentwood near Beverly Hills Los Angeles breath to say the preceding weeks had been eventful would be an understatement she had started shooting something's got to give with Dean Martin and within months had been fired from that same movie but ultimately they fired her they actually fired her right after her thirty sixth birthday and then weeks later not only forced the studio to Rehire her but to do so on improved terms she just signed the new contract with twentieth century they were going to lose zone filming something again she's got more money like she is she still had problems with dependence on drink and drugs but finally after years during which she had lost her hi something like the old Maryland was back Maryland seems life someone who was in August of nineteen sixty you putting her life back together she had gotten her health back together Twentieth Century Fox was going to take back finish something's gotTa give there was another movie laid out she signed a two picture deal there was so much she had looking forward to in her life she is planning for many many things time for death she was not particularly depressed at this point in her life but she was unfortunately given a lot of drugs which was very typical a lot of stars of that era in her final interview with Life Magazine Editor Richard Merryman she sounded excited and upbeat.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

11:28 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Today sexual infidelity would not be viewed as the atomic bomb was back then so maryland associated with powerful men became a target of interest to the enemies of those powerful men they taught to destroy their career and they would you know what I mean to Catholic after week boys screwing around and come up this time remember all knew she was being watched by the FBI Mafia and private detective actress she was feeling uneasy and thought maybe or like would be threatened hello and welcome to episode six of the killing of Marilyn Monroe. I'm Jackie Moran your host for this series in previous episodes. We've seen how Maryland used her power over men to escape life of loneliness and abuse as a foster child and and then to help her gain a career in the movies where she became the greatest sex symbol of her generation I just his asking for more aw but my heart belongs to by nineteen sixty two however and with three failed marriages marriages behind her Marilyn's tangled love life had put her at the center of a deadly circle of power. Maryland becomes very important in American politics because very early in nineteen sixty she meets and is entrenched by John F. Kennedy by Senator Kennedy she was having an affair with him with Frank Sinatra with people in the rat pack and she became a fixture in Hollywood. She certainly had outta stairs with a lot of powerful people and Was it something that she got so embroiled in their affairs that she had threatened to you. Expose them or talk about them to the press or admit to knowing some secrets about the mafia or the government or Oranje of these other things we're going to examine how Maryland's affairs with the president and his attorney general brother as well as her relationships with Frank Sinatra and Chicago Kogo mob boss Sam Giancana in the supposedly communist activities of ex husband. Arthur Miller drew the attention of notorious. FBI Director J Edgar Hoover and we'll we'll see how this all made her the most important player in these figures deadly power games against each other and put her at the heart of the most devastating political conspiracy conspiracy in American history. There were intertwined orbits of influence that indeed Oursel- murky that I don't think anyone will ever or no forces countermanding one another. Everybody had an angle. Everybody has something to protect to hide Maryland had begun a passionate affair with JFK as early as nineteen sixty but by the time of her infamous happy birthday Mr President performance at Madison Square Garden in May nineteen sixty two he he had become alarmed by her increasing indiscretion and broke things off brother. Bobby was there to pick up the pieces she obviously was fascinated sided with and had a relationship with John F. Kennedy and then Bobby Kennedy followed suit as well the Kennedy Brothers have a uh-huh modus operandi when it came to women whereas Jack would begin in a relationship with a particular woman and then pass her on to bobby. JFK It was one that she hard out. You and Bobby was a one that came along and picked up the crumbs. You might say however however by August nineteen sixty two when bobby also threatened to pull the plug on their relationship. Maryland decided to fight fire with fire. It was to prove a terrible terrible mistake. Here's author in Hollywood historian. Bill birds when Bobby Kennedy breaks off the fair in nineteen sixty two Maryland is so upset she calls the Justice Department to leave a message with Bobby Kennedy threatening the Kennedy brothers with public public exposure of cheers with her. If they don't acknowledge the affairs in public opinion return phone call drew about bobby no room in my life. Maybe I should stop being a coward myself. Maryland's threat went beyond simply exposing the affairs. She claimed that the Kennedys pillow talk included state secrets and worse Maryland San Ed that when she and Jack Kennedy were together she would whisper things to her that were classified state secrets for example Boca. She threatened Bobby Kennedy with going public by saying that the president told her that the CIA was planning planning to kill Cuban President Fidel Castro sent. She said this she said on the message. 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Moore won in their category with over three hundred businesses on trust pilot and hurried up cert dot com slash monroe to find out how your up spurt rate is checking. Your rate only takes a few minutes and won't affect your credit. That's upstart dot com slash monroe and if the Kennedys indiscretions had given Maryland what she thought was leverage over the two most powerful men in the country it was also in danger of turning those former lovers into her enemies and her affairs with the brothers were also proving useful for other interested parties celebrity biographer Mark Bego so there's this whole speculation about how close she was to the mob because of Frank Sinatra how close she was to you the Kennedy brothers. It's certainly something that could have been done if that was their scheme to use Maryland's closeness as some sort of leverage for legislation of some sort Sinatra of course took advantage of her and then lover it all and beat her up. He was is living in the compound molly with hills somewhere and every time she visited him Joe Dimaggio with the outside outside waiting for her because she was worried about frank. Sinatra had a very very complicated always accusations of being associated with the mob. Bob The cal Neva Lodge the Las Vegas singing engagements casinos were always accused of being associated with the mob for Sam Giancana. 's Mafia outfit Maryland's affair with not one but two Kennedy brothers was the stuff of black mailing dreams they saw her as a weapon with which they could could take down both the president and Attorney General of the United States Danforth Prince Monroe expert and publisher of Maryland at Rainbow's end sex lies murder murder and the great cover up gene connell was not particularly interested in any of Maryland's run of the mill sexual peccadilloes but he was passionately interested in anything that might embarrass or incriminate President John F. Kennedy and Kennedy's brother Robert. The Attorney General of the United States are of K had already launched a major major investigation into organized crime in America and Jean Kahn. Oh as head of the Chicago Crime Syndicate one of his primary targets there was a theory to mob killed the mob love to and used because they want to destroy the Kennedys they already had Lyndon Johnson lined up for presidency they control like four or five presence agency that I know of that all got very murky in a way that Showbiz and politics it was all complicated Stu and murky mass us of unions and presidential elections and Hollywood donors and mobsters and who gets what singing gigs wear and what money is made casinos gambling licences are granted or not Marilyn's affairs with the Kennedy brothers plus her lasting relationship with Sinatra had put her at the heart of of the so-called murky mess of intrigue between the President and Attorney General the Mafia and Sinatra's rat pack. Here's lowest banner author of Maryland. The Passion the paradox there were a lot of people angry with her including the Kennedys the FBI CIA was pretty mad and some of her friends. We're angry with her. They were all angry because of the involvement with the Kennedys and the fact that she knew national secrets and that she was going to reveal them. It feels she was going to reveal them at her phone tapped and now a new player was to enter the game one who saw Marilyn Monroe as a means of leverage against each Glenn of those other parties the FBI had a file on her especially if she did or said anything that could embarrass the the office of the president and being as she had an obvious affair with JFK. I think really got the FBI motivated to try and come up with a smear campaign formerly classified files released by the FBI in the nineteen eighties reveal that the bureau's all powerful director J J. Edgar Hoover saw in Maryland a means to further his own power plays Hollywood historian Bill Burns Explains J. Edgar Hoover was out to get the Kennedys he was dictated that the Kennedys he was taping Marilyn Monroe's phone calls and he was also looking into into Marilyn Monroe's relationship with the rat pack with Frank Sinatra Dean Martin with Peter Lawford with Joey Bishop with Sammy Davis Junior. He was looking getting into that because J. Edgar Hoover was business partners with Mafia boss Frank Costello in a race track in Florida. I think that if she was bugged I won't be surprised if it was over because he was very controlling all stars and he had a hand and all that he also was very the Anti Kennedy so he might have been looking for something that could damage them. Poodle was completely compromised in this but he wanted to keep tabs on Marilyn Monroe Enro- both for the Kennedys.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"So neither of US come here. You know they say that a thing of beauty is a joy forever. I WanNa cut you someday. You'RE GONNA make a man how wonderful annuity little her relationships. If you look at a lot of them they were very often with older men famous man's successful man she was looking looking for that one figure that she thought would mean protection and sanctuary a home girl goes to a party in his some guy. The great big log in a fancy striped this strutting around like Tiger giving you that I'm so handsome you can resist me look and from this. She supposed to fall flat on her face well. She doesn't fall on her face. Is another guy in the room. We me over in the corner. He was kind of nervous in shine perspiring. I you look past then you sort of sit. These these gentlemen kind in wearing he'll be tender with you we that's what's really exciting citing when she was a small child she liked to pretend that Clark Gable was her father. Obviously she had a great admiration for these big strong men manly men very smart man so the two husbands she chose herself Joe Maggio and Arthur Miller were American heroes hello and welcome to part five of the killing of Marilyn Monroe. I'm Jackie Moran in this episode. We're going to look at the significant men in Marilyn's life not only her three husbands but all her other love affairs including with the two most charismatic and powerful men in America and we will see how ultimately it was Maryland's dangerously tangled life that sealed her fate and resulted in her death breath. Everything associated with the life and death of Marilyn. Monroe is as murky as anything else. We've ever come across forces counter countermanding one another. Everybody had an angle. Everybody had something to protect the high and we will hear from Maryland herself as she opens her heart in the last interview she gave before her mysterious death here off on creatures. Thank God for people try and touch natural as we have already seen Maryland had learned from a very early age that her extraordinary beauty held a power over men sometimes with horrific rick consequences. Here's author and Hollywood historian Bill Burns before she even reach puberty before she was teenager. She was sexually actually molested by one of the foster parents that she had any sense for innocence was completely destroyed. She was turned into a sexual creature her before she was a teenager that meant psychologically that the only response she had any stimulation from men was sexual later as a young wannabe desperate to make it in Hollywood Maryland had suffered but also exploited the infamous casting couch in order to to attract the attention of the men who mattered what haven't Maryland had always been very promiscuous and very willing to sleep with Hollywood producers power people in Hollywood. Everybody was sleeping with her from her agents. Johnny Heidi William Morris from McKee Rooney also Louis Mayor was the head of metro-goldwyn-mayer gold mayor the head of MGM. She was in France with Maryland and she was passed around the entire studio in one thousand nine hundred fifty three. She was not only the biggest movie star in the world but also the most lusted after woman on the planet a year earlier she had started a high profile romance with New York Yankees Legend Joe Dimaggio and on January fourteenth nineteen fifty four Hollywood's hottest property baseball's greatest player made it official. Here's Marilyn herself speaking about Joe. Well I met him. The year human ties had already been time I saw him for a a year and a half two years and we married in San Francisco and his background. You know his family they they were in the grids advantage. Come time and humor young at the time they'll dig. He was one flexibly and you could use basically anything from history. Reggie can fifth so canned good some things about me and I understood posted something about Jimmy. They Kirs Dimaggio biographer Jerome Sharon when Joe Berry's man early desperately in love. She's gorgeous and she's Mrs Joe Chiro or we should say that Joe Dimaggio was Mr Mr Marilyn Monroe would suddenly find his chagrin that she was much more famous than he was news of the wedding had been leaked to the press some say by Marilyn herself and at the ceremony the happy couple were mobbed by reporters and fans the huge public fascination continued continued on their honeymoon in Japan Maryland even interrupted the trip to tour the Korean front lines entertaining the troops I G I had an affect on people and so I I think until really late talk. He thinks he's going to go on a honeymoon to Japan where he was known. As Dimaggio's son the great American Ball player well they get off the plane and eased himself as a founded because thousands of people around the plane and they're all cheering and later on she goes and it is for the soldiers in Korea and she says Joe you know you never heard such chairing well. Of course she's not not deeply upset. He did hear the cheering you know every time you play the native but suddenly she's much more popular if you live in and he's the kind of the Klein back in America however cracks soon began to show this own jody module are presently having domestic difficulties when we think of the problems that the marriage Chad imagined in his mind that she would quit making films they would send him from the television. TV dinner and make love spend maybe goats when the Talian restaurant and go and father own and of course she she was much more complex than he was. Ah She had a career and she wanted to remain a star after just nine months as man and wife Marilyn and Joe separated when she he married him everything changed what Joe Dimaggio wanted was from Maryland to leave show business and she was a big star and stay stay home and B's wife only and make no publicity. That's why they got divorced. The pair remained friends however and after Maryland's Maryland's death it was Joe Dimaggio who organized her funeral. He will mourn her for the rest of the law. He really genuinely genuinely loved her. Do you know on his deathbed. His last words were at least I'll get to see Marilyn again when we think of her in the twenty first century we we don't think of her with Arthur Miller. You don't think of her with Frank Sinatra we think of her with Joe match kind of enduring up self Toko her throughout his life long after she thought if you're always on the go like me you you need a way away knows that everyone has a different travel style. 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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Winter golden there although maryland's career to this point have been limited to bit parts as a non speaking waitress nineteen forty seven dangerous years and a single line in the following year scudder who scuttle hey she was slowly getting noticed by the people that mattered the first of these as was twentieth century fox president joe shank some fifty years her senior and joe's gang fell head over heels madly now i don't j. he run to occur indulge jack but he would invite her to come to his partner his house every night and then and she would sit opposite him before a big roaring fire and he would just enjoy looking and sometimes cooper yeah will run through vanni. He made contacts. We tried to help. He was fond of her but it wasn't enough to get her to. The next level of movie movie stardom that came from a manning johnny johnny hyde was vice president of the william morris talent agency they represented all of the biggest names in the industry and as such johnny was one of the most important and influential men in hollywood. When he saw marilyn he immediately became obsessed with her in a professional sense cents because he could see the star quality in the young actress that few others at that time could but also on a personal level johnny hyde was with william william morris agency which is the top talent agency in hollywood and he literally matter and fell in love with her so he was there fighting for her very very hard to get roles in film and really really working on the sideline to help her with her career maryland became hides protege and also despite right there thirty one year age gap and the fact that he was married his lover johnny. I'd literally fell completely in love with her and he would do anything more. Her key truly became obsessed with her. She became the obsession of his life. He left his wife and children to devote himself. Exclusively to her obsessed he might have been but johnny was as good as his word when it came to helping her career and unlike those other executives he genuinely believed in maryland's ability to become hollywood star. I always say that if marilyn had not met johnny hide her courier probably wouldn't have been what it was he would call producers first and say i've got a girl. I want you to see she's phenomenal. She's the next big star and there was a who who is it and he would say marilyn monroe off. We know we saw that blonde already. Johnny hyde would say see her again. Take another look in may may nineteen forty nine with film roles still proving elusive maryland took on another job. Something johnny hyde hadn't swum for her here. She is later talking about what would become the most famous nude photo shoot in history. Kelly has asked is done. Some fear has prepared for his ass capoche news so i always round things and then so far the rent four weeks soon i think so i called recognized. He said i flagged twelve twelve at night and don't have any helpers to put some lies so we did it. That's always does spread housing reg delvis. He's had me down in such put some lotion on u._s._a. Messages he's very i simple news was.

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"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn monroe" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Sergeant clemens found marilyn's naked body artfully sprawled across the rumbled sheets of her bed arranged in his words as if for a nude photo shoot in one hand was the telephone receiver and on the bed stand were a large number of empty bottles of painkillers. Marilyn's body was whisked away and take into the l._a. County coroner's office where an autopsy was conducted that very same day danforth prince monroe expert hurt and publisher of maryland at rainbow's end sex lies murder and the great cover the morgan l. a. had a notorious history of corruption graft and mismanagement assigned to perform the actual autopsy that sunday morning was dr thomas noguchi a japanese born surgeon who had moved to the united states in nineteen fifty two. He studied pathology at the orange county general hospital in california and in nineteen sixty had taken a position with the coroner's office ironically about six years later on july the sixth nineteen sixty eight it was the same doctrine noguchi than the chief medical examiner for los angeles county who performed the autopsy on robert kennedy after after his assassination at the ambassador hotel noguchi's autopsy established that maryland had died between eight thirty and ten thirty on saturday night and concluded fluted that the cause of death was acute or bitchy poisoning with high amounts of chloride hydrate and nembutal in her blood and liver there was no trace of any pills pills capsules or residue in her stomach however it seems strange given the cause of death and all the empty bottles by her bedside on august seventeenth seventeenth. Noguchi published his findings his conclusion probable suicide on the basis of all the information jane. It is our opinion that the case of problems the suicide cyril wecht is a forensic pathologist who has personally conducted over twenty thousand autopsies in his six decade career in all my ears fifty seven years. I do not recall a case in which somebody put down probable when you are not <hes> sure which you're supposed to do officially properly is to list of manner of death is undetermined. That's why we have a box for undetermined nothing to be embarrassed about intellectually by using that having seen tens of thousands of death acidic. It's over the years so i don't remember somebody putting then you know like probable and then going ahead and signing it out as suicide. If you are not sure of than you put down undetermined. Marilyn was laid to rest three days after she died at the westwood village memorial park cemetery in los angeles ex husband joe dimaggio took charge of the service only thirty of her closest friends and family were invited and most of hollywood so called elite were not outside police struggled to contain the crowds of mourning fans as well as hundreds of reporters and photographers celebrity biographer prefer and hollywood historian mark ego and i remember very distinctly the morning of august fifth nineteen sixty two when it was announced in the media that she had been found dead and i was crushed nine or sold and the death of marilyn monroe was just us something completely out of my realm the idea that someone so alive someone so vivacious and someone so famous could suddenly be dead. She seemed to be someone who had everything. I couldn't fathom the fact it's like that would want to take their life over the following following days and weeks more details emerged on the night she died maryland had a number of significant conversations and remember. She was found with the telephone receiver still in her hand. The first of these was joe dimaggio junior the son of her ex husband with whom she was still friendly. My name is charles castillo and i'm gonna entertainment journalist maryland. Stay close with all her stepchildren and she stayed close with georgio son. She had a momentary bright spot in the evening when he called and they chatted it happily. After maryland joe finished talking she called her psychiatrist dr ralph greenspan according to him to tell him the news about joe junior and the split from his girlfriend around eight pm she received another call from british actor rat packer and brother-in-law to the president peter lawford. There was still a gentleman gordon. He still wanted to come and he was calling her. You know come on marilyn. Come out and you'll feel better. Just come out. Come to the beach and marilyn in a famous phone call now because peter lawford back this up that it actually happened well it was he's the source he said that maryland said i'm not coming staying home but say goodbye to bobby the and say goodbye to pat and say goodbye to the president and take a bite of yourself kucher nice guy and then she she drifted off as well as those phone mm conversations maryland had also seen dr green earlier that day dr greenspan had a very questionable doctor-patient doctor-patient relationship with marilyn dr greens and fell in love with marilyn monroe like many people before him fell under her spell she even spent the night there on certain nights that was crossing all kinds of bad lines for doctor patient because there was no separation between her therapy and our friendship on marilyn monroe's last day he had the the house was in her bedroom. He was talking to her. He said she was upset and depressed but i had seen her in worse shape. He said that one of the reasons she was so depressed was because she had been expecting to see one of the two very important men in politics that evening at the last minute it fell through and she told him here i am the most beautiful woman in the world and i don't have a date on saturday night. If you're traveling doubling this season. It's time to get away away started by creating the perfect suitcase now. They're full line of travel. Essentials are designed to solve some of the most common travel headaches. All you have to. I do is think about where you're headed. Next away has to carry on suitcases aptly named the carry-on and the bigger carry on and they're both packed with cool features. I just got my away luggage and and personally the bigger carry on was the right one for me. It's super sturdy. It has a fancy lock for maximum security but the best part is the battery charging outlets for charging electronics on the go. 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BlackRock becomes Authentic Brands' largest shareholder with $875 million stake

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

BlackRock becomes Authentic Brands' largest shareholder with $875 million stake

"Blackrock is made an unusual move for a big investment fund to diversify by becoming the largest shareholder in authentic brands which now owns Sports Illustrated and the rights to the images of Elvis Presley Mohammed Ali and Marilyn Monroe because blackrock investments believes that they have valuable in during appeal Wall Street not impressed stocks lower

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Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood And Trump discussed on Bill Handel

Bill Handel

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood And Trump discussed on Bill Handel

"Jones man accused of stealing a statue of marilyn monroe from hollywood has a prior conviction for destroying president trump's walk of fame star austin klay pleaded no contest last year to star smashing marilyn monroe statue was sawn off the top of a gazebo this month if convicted play could be sentenced to three years in

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My interview with a hologram

Talking Tech

03:42 min | 1 year ago

My interview with a hologram

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA, you know, recently, I went to a recording studio in Los Angeles. Where I watched the ghost of the late singer ROY orbison sort of appear out of thin air like a ghost. And it was pretty weird. It was a hologram and the whole idea was that some tech savvy guys had figured out a way to recreate somebody who's been dead since nineteen eighty eight put him on a stage have him sing a bunch of songs in charge fifty to one hundred dollars for that who's buying? Let me tell you all about it on today's episode of talking tech. So last year a company called base hologram took ROY orbison on the road starting off in Europe where they sold out shows even at that steep ticket price he performed with the London Symphony Orchestra than they brought him to the United States and sales were so so I wonder why. By now, the organizers have not given up there doubling down and they're going to pair, ROY orbison. Whose course best known for sing songs. Like only the lonely and oh Pretty Woman with buddy, Holly. He's the guy also from the nineteen fifties. Best known for Peggy sue not fade away in many other songs. The two of them are going to share the Bill as holograms now. I personally wouldn't pay two dollars to see them in concert. It's an interesting technique. I applaud them for the technology. What they've been able to do this little ghost looks pretty lifelike. But it gets tiring after a few minutes and to each their own even if they wanna put Elvis and Marilyn Monroe James Dean holograms on tour if they wanna do great shows with bringing back the great Dwayne Allman Jimi Hendrix in having an all-star rock. Concert. I'm still going to watch the clips on YouTube instead of paying one hundred dollars to go. See what are your thoughts? Everyone would you pay hundred dollars to go. See it hologram. Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please great and review and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio I will be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of technology. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and to actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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CDC warns about disease threat from Asian longhorned tick

WBBM Programming

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

CDC warns about disease threat from Asian longhorned tick

"Nineteen fifty three that the first issue of playboy magazine was published right here in Chicago, Hugh, Hefner who graduated from Steinmetz high school put together that landmark issue featuring Marilyn Monroe, and it's apartment in Hyde Park. He had scraped together. Eight thousand dollars to put out that I issue which actually did not have a date on it. Because Hefner was not sure there would be a second issue Hefner died last year. And while playboy is sixty five. It's still going though, its headquarters moved away from Chicago six years ago. Terry cash ner NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The fortune business report is next WBZ. News time five fifty four. What does the school bell bring to mind the day's end or the end of school entirely as in kids dropping out at communities in schools, we're helping at risk students

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Marilyn Monroe items up for auction in Beverly Hills

Watchdog on Wallstreet

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Marilyn Monroe items up for auction in Beverly Hills

"Him several items up belonged to Marilyn Monroe will. Hit the auction block the auction house profiles in history has announced that several items that belonged to Marilyn Monroe will be, exhibited in Beverly Hills and we'll go up for. Sale in late October they include a photograph that Monroe signed to, Twentieth Century Fox executive Ben Lyon and a version of the white dress Monroe war in the subway great scene from. The seven year itch this stress. Is not the one, she warned the film but is one that was made for Monroe to us on tours And. In

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U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

Todd Schnitt

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

"Environmental groups are celebrating but farmers are not after a federal appeals court decision to ban a pesticide that many say is linked to abnormal brain development in children Schaefer with the pesticide action network says the EPA proposed banning the widely. Used pesticide Clark back in two thousand. Fifteen and the ninth circuit court said Thursday you can't really take that back now and that's illegal for you. To decide that you then cannot take action you have to show the evidence, that it's still safe to have the marketplace which they have. Not been able, to do after the ruling the EPA said data used from, Columbia study on the pesticide had, been inaccessible keeping, them from making scientific assessments but Earthjustice attorney Mercer ordonio says. That doesn't, make any, sense EPA for years I. Said you, know this is a credible study she says the evidence that it is harmful to developing brains is

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Heavily armed men in helicopter free notorious French inmate

WBZ Afternoon News

03:12 min | 2 years ago

Heavily armed men in helicopter free notorious French inmate

"And then started amassing one of the largest personal collections of baseball memorabilia in america all for the love of the game i don't care if you're the banker the town the sheriff you are you know certain ethnic or race y'all went to the game y'all set pretty much together and y'all rooted for the home team and it was it brought people together some pieces are now on exhibit at history colorado center in denver like the handprint babe ruth made for a poem reader so when you the fan walk into the exhibit you can shake hands with fave ruth joe dimaggio a slugger maybe better known for his two hundred and seventy four day to multirace marriage to marilyn monroe this story that he would send roses to her grave every day every day when he was alive why do you think he did that never stopped loving her it's still the same game on a summer's day nine guys against one lonely batter and as the man who is collected so many memories knows well it's still what it has always been it's so simple when life is so complex and when you add all that together it comes out at baseball's magic that is cbs's barry peterson wbz news time one fifty one connecticut teen has been detained for leading police chase in a stolen car the eighteen year old refused to pullover lead officers on a brief chase before crashing the stolen vehicle and taking off on foot he was arrested several hours later held on bond at the newtown police department it's a crazy prison escape right out of a hollywood movie but it's for real a criminal in france has taken from his prison courtyard by is a god blesses in a helicopter navy sees jennifer eccleston with more on the gangsters great escape french authorities are confirming a daring escape from a paris area prison a notorious gangster escaped in a small helicopter helped by several heavily armed men who created a diversion at the prison entrance while the helicopter landed in the courtyard the forty six year old has been serving a twenty five year old murder sentence police say an extensive manhunt is underway helicopter pilots believe may have been taken as a hostage a migratory earned the nickname spiderman after rescuing a child had his first day at a new job with the paris fire brigade the man's remarkable rescue of a child dangling from a balcony not only one an internet start him but french citizenship as well and a job with the fire department the twenty two year old molly and migrant is one of the brigades twenty four new recruits if you live on the new law has some massachusetts aware alerts have breaking news the time road traffic on the.

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Missouri man David Robinson free after years in prison for murder he didn't commit

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

Missouri man David Robinson free after years in prison for murder he didn't commit

"Fifty eight palestinians killed while protesting the us embassy in jerusalem four more primaries across the country today pennsylvania idaho nebraska and oregon and seattle city council passes a law that says it's the largest businesses must pay a tax to help fund the homeless tom brian missouri attorney general josh hawley is recommending the charges be dismissed against a man who has served nearly twenty years in prison for the death of a southeast missouri woman holly says david robinson of psych ston should be released from prison he's been imprisoned since two thousand one for the killing of sheila box who was shot to death after leaving sexton bar the missouri supreme court ruled may first robinson's constitutional rights had been violated during the investigation into boxes death and during his trial prosecutors presented no physical evidence tying robinson to the crime in two key witnesses recanted statements that robinson was the killer another man confessed to the murder in two thousand four but the confessional was never introduced as evidence nearly ninety people have been arrested missouri's capital as part of a nonviolent protest against poverty racism and other issues several dozen demonstrators sat in downtown jefferson city street and refused to leave monday as part of poor people's campaign protests across the country jefferson city police captain robert clark says eight people were issued summonses for obstructing a lawful police order to move the remains of a us navy sailor killed during the attack on pearl harbor in hawaii have been returned to missouri to be buried with full military honors the springfield news leader reports that clifford george goodwin has been resting in a common grave the national cemetery of the pacific in hawaii for decades new dna analysis identified remains of more than one hundred thirty soldiers lost during the pearl harbor attack including goodwin he was serving aboard uss oklahoma on december seventh nineteen forty one the foundation that supports the abraham lincoln presidential library and museum is selling a little black dress once owned by marilyn monroe they're selling it in order to repay a loan used to buy artifacts relating to the sixteenth president abraham lincoln presidential library foundation putting nine items up for auction in las vegas june twenty third including photos of the nineteen fifties movie icon juliet auctions say the wool dress could sell for more than sixty thousand dollars the foundation about ten million on two thousand seven loan going up at six o'clock our team coverage continues of.

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Fergie on NBA national anthem rendition: "I tried my best"

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02:46 min | 2 years ago

Fergie on NBA national anthem rendition: "I tried my best"

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