25 Burst results for "sewell"

House passes bill bolstering landmark voting law

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

House passes bill bolstering landmark voting law

"House Democrats passed a bill that calls for the restoration of a landmark voting rights law the house passes a John Lewis voting rights advancement act to restore sections of the landmark voting right law from the nineteen sixties that were overturned by the Supreme Court in recent rulings sponsor Alabama congresswoman Terri Sewell what historic moment not just for us in the capital but really for the people it is about restoring the voices of the excluded the measure faces a bleak future in the evenly split Senate the fifty Democrats need to get ten Republicans to back the bill in order to override an expected Republican filibuster to McGuire Washington

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Democrats Unveil Plan To Update Landmark Voting Law

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats Unveil Plan To Update Landmark Voting Law

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Democrats unveiled a plan to update the landmark voting rights act representative Terri Sewell of Alabama introduced a bill Tuesday that would update the landmark voting rights act amid a flurry of new laws in Republican led states tightening rules around voting the bill known as H. R. fork is named after congressman John Lewis of Georgia of the civil rights leader who died last year house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats plan to pass the bill when the house returns next week a companion bill brought by Democrats in the Senate known as the for the people act has stalled in twenty thirteen the Supreme Court set aside to keep provision of the voting rights act and the High Court further weaken the law in a ruling this summer Mike Rossio Washington

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"sewell" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:07 min | 7 months ago

"sewell" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Now if you're carolina denver you sit there and look at it and say maybe there's a chance you fields or lance could get down to us. So do we make a sam darnold booth now. Do we try and hold off and see how the draft plays out but it got to me the interesting conversation of. What would you take if you were the jets. Because i saw some people mentioned You know maybe get a third round. Pick the satiny other. I'm sitting here thinking. Well if sam darnold if sam darnold even signs for backup quarterback money is so high even if he signs for backup money after he were to walk. Your picks going to be a three on that so to me. If you're if you're going to get a to you do the trade if you're not getting a two you're better off. Hold onto them. In my opinion what do you think i agree with. Dj i think at some point which you have to do. Is you have to look at the situation. And if you don't get what you want in return of draft compensation. I think what you do. Is you almost recreate. A drew brees. Philip rivers situation Because i think if you look at sam donald Who knows a competition will do for him in terms of up in his game we can talk about the new system. And all those other things but we know beckett s sc he had to compete and earned the job at the end of the playing at a high level. So now you drop in a young quarterback. Let's just say zag wilson shows up. Who's this aided. Sam sandona is going to concede the starting quarterback position for him. If you're the jess and you get a better version of sam darnold then works in your favor. You talk about the compact and all those other things but you get better performance for the quarterback position. That's what you want and then you make a decision at that point. I think we talked about. Could they give back a a number one or number two pick and it doesn't seem like that is to play. I think right now you keep them you draft the quarterback and you continue to proceed because it certainly isn't cost prohibitive at this point or they grew up. Yeah you know. So you're saying if you don't get the two or something better than a three hang onto him for this entire season essentially going more and until his contract would expire and then you could let him go out on the market get a new tag and trade him at that time like to me. There's higher there's you take on some more risk right so you know what's the worst. The absolute worst case scenario is he. He turned out. So you turn down a three. Which i i would not accept the three if you turn down a three and then sam comes back and plays terrible and then just tanks his value and then he signed somewhere even if he's signed somewhere for lower tier backup money. You're gonna get some type of a compact site is if he comes back with a better supporting cast with a better system better player and plays well. Now you're in a situation will heck a lot more than two. We're going to be able to trade him tag on trade him for a one and something else. He's going to be at twenty at that time. We twenty four year old quarterback so even if you wanted to move forward with you could do and slow play. The thing was ex- i mean to me. It just doesn't make any sense. If they were. I would never trade him for a third round. Pick no chance..

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"sewell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"sewell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The only other time Iowa State put nine wins together. I was surprised they even play 10 10 games that year back in 1906. Remember doing research on Minnesota who had a successful season last year, but their last win of elected last year they won 11 games was back in 1903, and they played a couple of high schools. They're all counted right. The old record books. There is no longer for Iowa State Drive started. 42 takes it up to the 45 yard line. Nick, we be with tackle on the clock's gonna roll under three minutes to go. The Iowa State Cyclones what a five game winning streak snapped in North Texas A couple of weeks ago with Big 12 title game. It's really only for friends and family inside of Mammoth 72,000 seats, State Farm Stadium. In Glendale School had about 900 tickets to the game. Both quarterbacks are Phoenix area natives. When theory could just head right back home with their parents they want to after the game. Rock party waiting on second down in seven. It's a gift. A new one Gu up the middle across the 50 yard line will be short of the first down by a couple of yards. It'll bring up third about to with 2 26 to go in the ball game. Noah Sewell with stop as organ is going to use a time out here. They have used two time outs and a half. So one remaining for this Iowa State team, and you're happy that her Iowa State it didn't end the way it ended in Arlington. As you pointed out, Breece Hall Was held to one of his lower outputs. Rushing lies goes for 1 29 tonight, Brock purty 20 for 29. They forced four turnovers and microbes the defensive player of the year coming up with what looks like a game ending interception. And I'm wondering what will happen. It's it's hiring season, right? We just learned about Tom Herman being let let go. And Steve Sarkisian gonna be the new coach of Texas every time you have success of a lesser known program like Iowa State. You start wondering well, Matt Campbell get offers he can't refuse. Remember what he said. When he talked to him during the Big 12 championship. He said he doesn't even have an agent so he doesn't know who those people that would want to talk to him would even call Heard down into 2 26 to go give the hall Paul's gonna get the first down out across the 45 yard line, and they'll be able to roll the clock down with 2 21 to go after they set the chains here. That Campbell, five championships at Mount Union as a player and as a coach 41 years of age, was hired an age 32 at Toledo, where he was a coach for five years. Is the youngest in the FBS. He wanted conference Coach of the Year Award in the Mac and now has three big 12 coach of the Year awards, including.

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Climbing Out Of The Weeds

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Climbing Out Of The Weeds

"Over the years, the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for. A small business owners, sales, professionals, business leaders. And that is because of the guests, these are folks who have expertise in a particular area of business and they join me to have a conversation where they share their expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest is Kate Carney. Kate is an experienced business consultant lawyer and Strategic Advisor. She, scales business she help scale businesses so companies can grow revenues and reach profitability. She takes a founders centric approach to performance focusing on leadership talent strategies and organizational design. Kate believes alignment of these critical areas results in a culture that supports sustainable growth. Over fifteen years of legal experience working with corporations, hedge funds and startups. Thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having delighted to be with you. I am thrilled to have you here. We're going to be talking today about. Founders transition excuse me transitioning to the role of CEO and the in sort of sounds obvious that founders would do that. But. They struggle with that kind of thing. Why is that? Initially it's this mindset that being able to go from. It's my baby to the business right you start off and founder mode and you know the market you know. The product or service your customer you had this idea it was your blood sweat and tears and all of a sudden you Kinda have to step back and say it's not about me the. Achievement and success of the business are not necessarily mine. It's business and it has its own reis and it has its own people and as you grow team etcetera and so it's just mindset shift that I think founders struggle to make, and maybe because many of them are execution type people and they're not best manager leader type of person that takes. A transition and skills as well. senior that's interesting. It is It's tough to remove that emotion. From. Neil being founder owner. To. Having to make unemotional decisions a CDL. Exactly I'm in, you'd think about companies having the pivot right. Now you're the founder and you had this idea and just been working on five years and it's released your baby. It's what you're attached to me. You have to bet and completely go in a different direction and you have to let go of what that idea may have been. Hopefully, it's just an iteration of it, but you have to let go at that what's best for the business maybe not exactly what you want to be doing or where your energy and passion exactly sets. Yeah boy. Okay so a lot of founders Go through burnout when they're actually trying to scale their business. What? guess ensures, but what leads to that and what they could be doing differently. I think out framework around this scaling and moving into a CEO. Yes when you're founder everything is within your domain and you're wearing many hats and you're working very hard and as you transition to see you know the role changes and the problems become more complex and the team is growing and you become and manager, and there are moderates how the role of changes which we can may Chad about in terms beds burn out I think that. Founders, get stuck in the weeds because they have a hard time letting go right as you grow your team, you have to be able to delegate. It's one of the most important things you can do give up some control and trust that you hire the right people and empower them, and so you gotta be able to delegate and I think for founders giving up that initial control or any amount of control is very hard. To do I also think we have this mentality that the media certainly sewell's that you know to be successful founder you have to work twenty four hours a day. That's that stressed the game everybody who's been successful does it and that's the only way to go about it and you know even if I got my own business I felt like well, any free time I had I should be working on the business why why wouldn't I? You know what else was I doing and there's always something more you can be doing, and so you know I got caught up in that mentality as well and I think it's easy to and the media certainly plays into that the great stories of sacrifice and. Dedication and all of these things when it's not true and So I think we have to change the story a little bit in the mindset of bit but I also think it's giving up control and delegating to people that you've hired. It's a big piece.

Founder Kate Carney CEO Strategic Advisor Kate Neil Sewell
Climbing Out Of The Weeds

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Climbing Out Of The Weeds

"Over the years, the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for. A small business owners, sales, professionals, business leaders. And that is because of the guests, these are folks who have expertise in a particular area of business and they join me to have a conversation where they share their expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest is Kate Carney. Kate is an experienced business consultant lawyer and Strategic Advisor. She, scales business she help scale businesses so companies can grow revenues and reach profitability. She takes a founders centric approach to performance focusing on leadership talent strategies and organizational design. Kate believes alignment of these critical areas results in a culture that supports sustainable growth. Over fifteen years of legal experience working with corporations, hedge funds and startups. Thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having delighted to be with you. I am thrilled to have you here. We're going to be talking today about. Founders transition excuse me transitioning to the role of CEO and the in sort of sounds obvious that founders would do that. But. They struggle with that kind of thing. Why is that? Initially it's this mindset that being able to go from. It's my baby to the business right you start off and founder mode and you know the market you know. The product or service your customer you had this idea it was your blood sweat and tears and all of a sudden you Kinda have to step back and say it's not about me the. Achievement and success of the business are not necessarily mine. It's business and it has its own reis and it has its own people and as you grow team etcetera and so it's just mindset shift that I think founders struggle to make, and maybe because many of them are execution type people and they're not best manager leader type of person that takes. A transition and skills as well. senior that's interesting. It is It's tough to remove that emotion. From. Neil being founder owner. To. Having to make unemotional decisions a CDL. Exactly I'm in, you'd think about companies having the pivot right. Now you're the founder and you had this idea and just been working on five years and it's released your baby. It's what you're attached to me. You have to bet and completely go in a different direction and you have to let go of what that idea may have been. Hopefully, it's just an iteration of it, but you have to let go at that what's best for the business maybe not exactly what you want to be doing or where your energy and passion exactly sets. Yeah boy. Okay so a lot of founders Go through burnout when they're actually trying to scale their business. What? guess ensures, but what leads to that and what they could be doing differently. I think out framework around this scaling and moving into a CEO. Yes when you're founder everything is within your domain and you're wearing many hats and you're working very hard and as you transition to see you know the role changes and the problems become more complex and the team is growing and you become and manager, and there are moderates how the role of changes which we can may Chad about in terms beds burn out I think that. Founders, get stuck in the weeds because they have a hard time letting go right as you grow your team, you have to be able to delegate. It's one of the most important things you can do give up some control and trust that you hire the right people and empower them, and so you gotta be able to delegate and I think for founders giving up that initial control or any amount of control is very hard. To do I also think we have this mentality that the media certainly sewell's that you know to be successful founder you have to work twenty four hours a day. That's that stressed the game everybody who's been successful does it and that's the only way to go about it and you know even if I got my own business I felt like well, any free time I had I should be working on the business why why wouldn't I? You know what else was I doing and there's always something more you can be doing, and so you know I got caught up in that mentality as well and I think it's easy to and the media certainly plays into that the great stories of sacrifice and. Dedication and all of these things when it's not true and So I think we have to change the story a little bit in the mindset of bit but I also think it's giving up control and delegating to people that you've hired. It's a big piece.

Founder Kate Carney CEO Strategic Advisor Kate Neil Sewell
"sewell" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News. Ready, ok? L B. J. Sewell has sports Jason head Beato on a Wednesday the Miami Marlins have defeated the Chicago Cubs Marlins that's happening. It's coming. It's coming for you, man here first. Jason Hot Take Dick Astros Marlins. It's just like the perfect 2020. Alright, where'd where everything is everything is on fire. Apparently, you can tell the president to shut up. That's fine. That's it is the world that we live in now, man. But, yeah, if you missed it earlier, I feel bad. You know, the Minnesota Twins have already been eliminated The Astros air moving on to the next round of the playoffs. 31. They defeated the Twins today two wins one of the best offensive team teams in baseball. Scored one run in each of their two playoff games. That's high. That's out. SH That's fine, right? That's I'm sorry, my man. Staring at me with sad eyes that I don't know what that puppy dog eyes. I could see Why? Because it's been. It's been a rough September for you, Beetle because the golden golfers they're not playing yet, don't you don't you know, but the Vikings have had a tough road in your twins. And the winner is coming soon. The Minnesota the north king of the North will be coming down soon to bring all the cold air to Minnesota. It's gonna be tough, but the but the hockey turned out Good cause a team from Florida One ocular, as they said on the show yesterday, maybe a team from Florida what might win every single Just today with me, and they were the first to defeat Corona virus, right? Yes, they weren't. It has not been defeated. I'm not sure if they've defeated it or not, but we'll have to check in with our Florida chorus Pain. You know who's having a great September? Do this real quick, and then we'll talk about NASCAR. Patrick Mahomes announced yesterday that he and his new fiance, Britney Mathews, They're having a baby guys, baby. They are with child. Does he ever miss the ever throwing incomplete pass Patrick Mahomes that never never done then? Really. Is that it? Yeah, Yeah, I see what texted us, though, Know what happened? He carbon dated the photo and determined the baby's age on DH found out that they found out four days before. The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl ring announcement. Yeah, Remember what happened that day, don't you? He proposed at Are you saying there's some interesting timing going on with Max? And yet he's going texted us that I'm just saying. It's It's I'm happy for the couple. Seems like they've been together a long time. This is not a This is not just a one night stand playing. This is they got time with each other. They've known each other a long time. I'm casting. No, it's versions of this at all. I just think it takes the fun out of yelling Ron Patrick Ross, because now he's got a family to think of, you know, Look, my guys 25 years old, He's Ah, he's goingto see, I can't even say he's going to regret that he's got. He's gonna be a dad. It's gonna be the greatest thing in his world. Right? Right, right? Yeah, I'm sure you're not going to miss out on any awesome time. Think he asked for it? Just when you're being 20 of us there for a DNA test in your late twenties, and you're the most famous athlete in the world, But you're going to be married with a family and things are gonna be good. Alright. Look how happy Philip Rivers is Patrick Mahomes. He's perfectly happy, all right. It was a little disappointing for me because and you guys heard how much did I gush about Patrick Mahomes this week. He's I think he has the potential to be the best player ever. Wait. Are you sad that you can't get impregnated by Patrick? You don't understand here now that I know Patrick Mahomes was having sex. Out of wedlock. I don't know if I can reform anymore. I work of the devil. That's the work of the devil. Yes, I don't know if I could do that man. Tell me you're going to burn his jersey and you can. Congratulations. Patrick and Brittany my home. I guess she's not even Britney Mahomes, yet not yet not married Jack and yanking baby Britney. You got him. Mom's good. Yeah. Good. Britney's father's going. Yes, Yes, yes. Set for life. Yeah, in my life and the life in the ghetto kids lives, Then the kids, kids, kids, kids, kids like I'm sure they are deeply in love. And this is going to live happily ever after. That's yes. Yeah. NASCAR's come in Austin, Texas, and I got to say I don't I don't really I don't follow here. I don't know my NASCAR things. This is a big deal, though, right? Well, it's a NASCAR cup. Siri's heading TTO Circuit of the Americas may 23rd 2021 Tickets are going on sale. Don't want to miss this thing, according to many governor haven't gotten the mix today at the news, Carver said. It's great. I don't know. I don't know how the track will look like that. Guess Koda track is 3.41 Mile 20 turn. Yeah, No, I haven't read the press release. Did they say it's a street race? Because NASCAR usedto have a few during their things where it wasn't just like everyone turned left four times. They are making radical changes, including six road courses in court, Of course, and so, yeah, that means that they're not just man. I'm sure the NASCAR people please call 36. I'm giving you a NASCAR person enough to say that I knew that there was a difference between you just turn left four times. And then there's another race where they're on the road kind of thing. And so that's what we're going to get is we're going to get away. We could make more sense and wire the wind the road NASCAR long, winding road exhilarating, the Washington but it's going to be good. I think there's a ton of NASCAR fans out there. It's great for Koda. Koda needs money because they've been shut out from the F one race this year. Don't know yet about about fans, hopefully, by Mae, we're gonna have more fans in the stands. So it's going for Bobby Epstein and those guys at Dakota? Yeah. You ever go? That's my extent of NASCAR. Thank you. Ah, Did you go to any of that fun things out there? You know, I have been Yes. I don't go into a couple. They're fun. They're fun. Yes. And on occasion, I couldn't tell you if I had spent more time trying to find alcohol and just doing that, but not especially with the the bikes as well. You just It's something you gotta Moto Moto GP GP out there a cz. Well, they get. It's crazy how fast they get going, and I've been out there for like the test runs when they're just out there, practicing and doing the town trials and everything on those ones. Yeah, it's intense. I think Deb rode on the back of one of those bikes. She had some of the zoom in or around there like a gazillion miles an hour. Jealous much? No, no, I advised her not to do that. That sounds ludicrous. Pretty dangerous out there, I think, but you know, pretty fun. Did you get everything straight about the corn dogs on your morning show today I think that up today you were really in strange there. You said it like a cheap guy trying to get a corn dog for less than $5. Reflecting cheap guy on it always catches only the most essential content in the morning. Did Teo wake up earlier? And this is two times in a row by the nine o'clock hour on mailing it in. OK, but yes, man. I would imagine that corn dog is about his highbrow is you get on that show. I While while I'm mostly still following. I've had three salads in the last two days, guys, but I'm in the soda maintenance program. So I have to make allowances treat myself every once in a while.

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Controversial pastor tests positive for COVID-19 in South Korea

Tim Conway Jr.

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Controversial pastor tests positive for COVID-19 in South Korea

"And a pastor in South Korea has tested positive for Cove in 19 just days after joining a big anti government rally, and Sewell, the pastor's church hasbeen linked to more than 300 cases of the virus. The pastor and thousands of demonstrators marched in downtown Seoul Saturday, and the protests focused on political issues Other than Cove

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Civil rights icon John Lewis to lie in state at U.S. Capitol

On The Media

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Civil rights icon John Lewis to lie in state at U.S. Capitol

"Body of the late congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis is lying in state of the Alabama capital this evening. Earlier, a horse drunk, Hassan carried his flag draped casket over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, one last time. That's where Lewis and other civil rights leaders were savagely beaten by police 55 years ago as they tried to cross the bridge. France Hill was at the bridge today was waiting out there for you. No respect. At a memorial service in Selma this morning, Congresswoman Terri Sewell. We continue to benefit from his life's work. He's laid out the blueprint for us to pick up the baton. And continue his march. For voting rights for civil rights for human rights. Lewis's body will lie in state of the U. S Capitol building Monday and Tuesday, and his funeral will

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Body of John Lewis crosses bridge in Alabama, site of 'Bloody Sunday' attack that helped lead to Voting Rights Act

The Sunday Show

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Body of John Lewis crosses bridge in Alabama, site of 'Bloody Sunday' attack that helped lead to Voting Rights Act

"Is underway across Selma, Alabama's Edmund Pettus Bridge in Remembrance of civil Rights icon and Georgia Congressman John Lewis. It's one in a Siri's of events leading up to his funeral Thursday in Atlanta. NPR's Debbie Elliot is in Selma. Saturday Services honoring Louis were in his hometown of Troy, Alabama, and its Selma's historic Brown Chapel Church once used for mass meetings during the civil rights movement. Alabama's first black Congress woman, Terri Sewell of Selma spoke at the service. I want to thank the family for allowing Selma To say goodbye to John. Thank you, Selma. Final goodbye comes today as an honor Guard escorts Lewis's casket draped in an American flag over the iconic Edmund Pettus Bridge. That's where Luis and others were beaten by law officers as they marched for equal voting rights. Later, Louis will lie in state at the Alabama capital in Montgomery, Debbie Elliot

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"sewell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And here as Susan was talking about it a welcome sight for the Yankees their most valuable player last year, deejay LeMay, who digs in and the pitches. Rounded foul at home plate. Corey Oh Sewell, a right hander. With the lack of spring training and with just a 60 game schedule. There are a lot of pitches with Lisa the beginning and I got a pitch more than five innings. So so you need depth in your Rotation kept on their pitching staff, familiar grounds, one off the leg of also recovers back of the mountain and fires to first in time, one away. So there's deejay who only missed a hit because it hit the leg of also, as he drove one right up the middle. You think he's like one of those guys that You cannot roll out of bed on Christmas, where they always say that you get a hit. That's Dujail, Omega on Lookout. Hardy hit the ball. If you Miss Mooney and Susan before the game, Erin said, Well, we'll probably get a couple of bags, you know, just easing back in. Well, one away here is Aaron judge last night. Speaking of depth, the Yankees played their second string outfield. Moon pitch to judge. There's a strike and do hard in left talk men in center phrase you and write, Well talk man had a few hits and do harm drove in runs. And Frazier at the two run home run pitch, Judge Pops it foul first base side of home Plate and Atlanta. Right on top of the Yankee dugout. He's going to have a trouble, Susan. I think cutting down to the 30 men 30 men that still will have a problem. And they're still talking about because I heard Aaron Boone talking of the beat writers via Zoom. That's the big thing now never heard Azuma a year ago when our raison zoom and they haven't decided yet, how they're going to split this up how many pictures they're goingto carry and how they're going to do this. But to say this team has a little depth is sort of the understatement of the day is pitch to judge swung on on hit in the year to luck. Back goes Davis on the track. He's at the wall and she is gone. Course that was suspicious. Going back to the wall Davis played last night. It's Judgment Day. Erin Judge is a judgy and blast over the auxiliary scoreboard. Here comes the judge and the Yankees take a one Nothing lead. And I guess from what we've seen in some of the Wintersport games, and then here in the first game we've seen I turned on that at pitching got got it out of the park in left field, So I guess there's nothing wrong with that. Stiff them. No. In fact, one of those Scrimmage games. He also homered just saw this again. A high fastball, right? What's radio? I appreciate you listening. Phone lines are open. 855 to 124227 David, Let me ask you this question, my friend. I have been watching a lot of fresh prince of Bel Air on HBO, Max. I'm one of those people that whenever a new streaming service pops up, I just go get it, But I need if there's constant out there, I want it on my television because you know how it is. You maybe don't watch it all the time. But then there's going to be that one suggestion. Someone like. Oh, have you seen that show you all it's on Amazon Prime. Oh, it's on stars. I don't have that. So I try to avoid that scenario. So day one. I was locked in ready to go with HBO, Max. Who do you think is the funniest personal fresh Prince of Bel Air? That's not Will Smith. Oh, man, that's a tough one. It's gotta be called in. You know why? I actually thinks the funnies. You're gonna make fun of me. Hillary. Hillary always have. Hillary's character is consistent from the first episode to the last episode. See this oblivious to everything that's going on, and it just always. It always makes me laugh. It always makes me laugh. You know, it's amazing Carrington. She might actually be and I'm including Will Smith in this conversation? She might be the most talented because the range from what she is an actual life to what she has on that show. They're the complete opposite. People know that's fair, because will was basically just playing himself like that's just will's real life character and The show was like wonderfully well written and still holds up today. I've been watching and I'm on season four. Now on HBO. Max. I watch it. That's my everybody has their prior to going to bed show that's been my before I go to bed Show's been French Prince of Bel Air. It used to be boy meets world. That was a show I watch. But I've now seen so many episodes I had to move on. And now I've been watching fresh Prince.

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"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

True Crime Investigators UK

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"Joensuu. Hey we all back in faecal graveyard. That's where we spoke to Stephen and the I have got to make. This is much colder than it was last time we were here. Yes we're winter. Yeah Yeah So. What are your final thoughts about the Wendy Sewell case? I find it very bizarre case when you look at all the facts the attack in this graveyard which is open to the public market today. It's overlooked by houses. The upper windows look out to where we're still now and in fact there's one or two people in the graveyard wandering around open to the public. It's absolutely bizarre. Why anybody would attack anybody this location and at that time of day. Yes it was attack of mid day lots of people could be working or looking after the windows of the House. You just wouldn't plan an attack at this location. It must have been a spur of the moment attack for reasons. We don't fully understand and a very vicious attack. The pathologist said that Wendy was struck several times with powerful blows to the back of the head. Which would have brought it to a knees and onto the ground and then if that wasn't long enough then whoever attacked Wendy spent time. Removing CLOTHING OPRAH CLOTHING WAS REMOVED. Various other items of clothing were removed and there was two locations. The first location was near grave. So where we're still Disney Sally. Yeah this is the gravestone of Anthony Neyla and that's where Stephen says that he found Wendy Wendy returned to the graveyard. Yes and then according to Further reports when Stephen Helping return she'd actually moved some distance. The graveyard. That's right. Yeah it's about twenty five yards thirty yards away up to the grave of Sarah Bradberry. Yes so if you're looking at the overall whoever attack Wendy spent some time here in this location which I do as of satisfying very bizarre. You'd have thought if it was a an attack here you you'd make a quick attack and leave the scene as quickly as possible before anybody so yeah but that doesn't seem to be the case which defies belief really. Why anybody would do it here. It's a risky attack. His niece risky business. That's well yes I mean why here we don't know and why in this public location again. We don't know when I stand here. Nothing Quebec I do. Find it a really sad case not just for Stephen and his family but also Wendy Sewell's family and friends not only have they lost when they put they've lost her in sicher savage and brutal way. Yes and Chris. Clark's firmly believes that. The ripper pizza SUTCLIFFE cannot be ruled out of this attack bearing in mind the method of the attack the way he to attack victims female victims alone. Removing the clothing are very similar. Monitor this yeah. The similarities are striking. Inquest genuinely believes that. This is the scene of a report tack is now many years since Stephen was released. And there's been no alternative resolution fall the Suo family and sadly that does happen not just in this case. But but my neil this with both worked on medications. That have been difficult to investigate. Yes the People's perceptions are that the police always catch the person responsible and as we know and we've worked on many murder cases and serious crimes where we don't catch the perpetrator for various reasons. And there's a big misconception that people get their ideas from watching. The television is having an impact on jury trials which is being investigated and research by a university because when the sun on the jury and there isn't forensic evidence that connects the perpetrator. Who's it may be in the dark. The seemed to dismissive having watched the television and detective television programs where nine times out of ten they always catch the man or woman. And that's not real life is it isn't real life and I think those kind of programs have been some kind of impact on real life trials and how jewelry thing so when we're talking about the investigation process. Well what exactly are we talking about? Let's look if Wendy Sewell murder happened today. What the police will do. The police would obviously be called by a member of the public or the ambulance service that attend and sail off the scene. The first port of call is obviously the body the forensic examination by a pathologist atlas scene and the gathering forensic evidence which you cannot replace one. She's been destroyed. Seeing the crimes offices would attendant and take all the samples and photographs which is the first process. That old serious crimes go through. Isn't it yet? You need to kill you seen as well. I don't I mean that always annoys me on television when you see that. There's a body on the floor and then there's everybody and the dog trump clean over it and picking things up and putting things down and not wearing gloves. And that's not what you actually do to crime. Seem you need to secure it. So that there's no potential for ruining of the C O cross-contamination. Yes in the day of the murder of course as we've mentioned before the there was no. Dna evidence was the no no DNA so no cross transference from a perpetrator to a victim. The next thing you've got to consider is suspect because once you've got you suspect there may tell you everything right at the start. What may be uncooperative. Or misleading or things just to throw you off. The true cost of events absolutely. I mean in thirty years of police and there's not many people tell you the truth straight to is the know your interview. Technique is absolutely crucial to elicit the information that you want. It's normally a jigsaw puzzle that you pick all the pieces up and slowly put them together and then at the end it gives you the picture and hopefully you've got the right person. You believe stunning. Yes so once. Your investigation starts to roll. It generates social of word. Doesn't it. Well we've mentioned the ripper inquiry. The auction reprint query. That lasted five years before computerization and one of the main problems was was tens and tens of thousands of pieces of paper and cards which was a mammoth task to collate and keeping order and basically it just crashed in there. Yeah that's right but as we stand here John will at least one investigation that stays in our mind and that we think about the the one that stands asked him on mind was a married man. Father of two young boys it was shot in and lay by by the side of a road in. May One thousand nine hundred ninety nine. The perpetrators of that attack were arrested in jail. And I think still today stay there in prison and I think about his wife and I think about those boys because obviously now they'll be in the thirties or forties and how all these years later. They've that code at the other. One that I think about happened earlier that was. It was nineteen eighty. Four one thousand nine hundred five or no. It was certainly during the mind strike and that guy had gone missing from work. I think they close down for Christmas and between leaving work and when he should've arrived home. Dot Com Mason and we started a big search for one of his work colleagues killed him stored his body at home before taking him to a family member's freezer in store in in the freezer. He was arrested and convicted. And and I do think that family quite a lot said there are investigations that that do stay with us and we do think about and talk about you. Joan what cases it and I think another one that you're gonNA say yes when we discuss during a crime podcast. We run through various names. Didn't we have cases and interesting cases that we could investigate them? Produce a podcast about and we did mention the Michael Prick Gerardmer which was in November nineteen eighty-nine Kurt Langley and Darbyshire. I was one of the detectives on that case was for several moments. At Michael Pritchard was a lipid drive of parcels to Dole rural villages. In Darbyshire Kirk Langley. He left his car to go and deliver parcel and left the vehicle with the engine running. While he was absent from the vehicle at somebody stole he witnessed. Somebody gets into the vehicle and tried to stop them driving off in doing so the drove over and killed him very sadly that was never detected. In fact I still keep in touch with Michael's widow. An I think that's one that we should look at in our next episode. I think should so then finally John on this rather cold and windy day in. Bake will do you think Wendy Sewell. Merger will ever be solved as we know an you know and as well as myself in respect to undetected murders. They are never forgotten. They're always reexamined. The departments now that specialize in reinvestigate murders every new piece of information is analyzed. And if there is a prospect of detective always will be however in Wendy serves case. We're going back all these years and he has been reinvestigated during those years. Hasn't it ration- they will absolutely over the years? Since Stephen was released operation noble reexamined. It spoke to witnesses. Look to the Forensic. Evidence did the best record on. That's standing here today when diesels murder is not distracted but well never stop looking..

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"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

True Crime Investigators UK

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"So after Stevens conviction was quashed. What was they police reaction? When the conviction was quashed obviously the police will laugh with the Dilemmas oppose where. The person who they believe. Was the killer Stephen. That spent all those years in prison and although the Court of Appeal didn't say he was innocent. Obviously there was no doubt to say that his conviction was unsafe so what they did was review the whole murder inquiry under the title of Operation Noble which ran for several months reviewing the witnesses forensic evidence and trying to conclude whether any suspects could be responsible for the murder and at the present time this report that they did has not been released in the public domain so very difficult to conclude what their findings were in detail however what has been released is that they are not seeking any of the suspects and have no other suspects that they wished to interview unless further evidence is forthcoming the case will remain unsolved after the conclusion of Operation Noble. The question remains who killed when they say. Well yes. That's an interesting question. Don Hale gave a number of suspects who he thought maybe responsible Lincoln them to Wendy Sewell. Which clearly the police may have looked at and concluded that the there's no further lines of inquiry as we've said however. Chris Clark More recently. Who's an author of Crime? Books has come up with a an opinion that it may well be a serial killer who was responsible with no connections whatsoever with bike will so. I think the next person that we need to see is Chris Clark and perhaps include that in our next episode should also mention that Stephen Down in his just published a book. The title of which is the case of Stephen Downing the worst miscarriage of justice in British history. This book is available on Amazon..

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11:36 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"Hi Christine would you like me to quit? Chrissy I'm more used to your used to be called Chrissy and we're just GONNA have a little chat today about the immense impact. Stephen been arrested charged and then convicted of the murder of Wendy Sewell. How would you be at the time? I was fourteen when it happened. And Steven was seventy s right here and have you any more siblings. No that's just the two of us and you lived in Bakewell with your mom and dad that I saw on the day that Stephen was arrested. Where we we use still at school I was at school. I came home at normal time around for Clark and when I got home mom just briefly told me that something had gone off in the cemetery that somebody being injured and that Steve was helping the place within queries that You know he's the one that had found her. So that's what we knew at the time so no cause for alarm at that time no not at all. I mean we just thought well. He's gone back to work founder. That contacted the police. So he's the obvious one to held them of course. And when did you realize that there was something else going on? I think it was quite later in the evening. My Dad kept contacting the police and saying come we see Steven do we need to get him a solicitor and they just kept saying. Oh no he's only helping with inquiries it'd be with you certain so it was a bit of confusion really because the police telling us one thing and when you've never had any involvement with the plea she believe what they say and if they say someone just helping with inquiries then you believe it and I- memories of that that time vivid quite vivid yes and when Stephen was charged. How did that change the face of the family if you like? I think he just in total shock. Because you're not expecting it. You don't know what to do. You've never been in that situation before and there's nobody support in year explaining what's happening in telling you what the next move is so you just sort of in limbo in a way and part of your family's just been torn apart from you? Did you see any time before his trial? Oh we're not allowed. Yes we used to go visit him. But the visits were very brief. I think when he was on remand the Ronnie something. I don't know if there were fifteen thirty minutes or something like that so you didn't really get a lot of time to spend with him and then when it came to this trial which was February nine thousand nine hundred seventy four. Yeah did you go to the trial? We were at the core but we weren't allowed in because with Steve Coming home and speak into moment lunchtime. She was called as a witness. So that meant that. We weren't allowed to go into court either so again. We didn't know what was going off the only time we were allowed in to hear the verdict. How we fail in when the verdict was read out totally shocked because when we left the previous day we've had journalists from local newspapers. Ask us to bring photographs the next day. Because they said he's bound to get off is going to be acquitted. Of course that's what we were expecting. And when they came back with the guilty verdict we would just totally bewildered and gobsmacked and the moment that. How did you mom and dad coat? I don't know it's not one of them things that we really talked about. Mehmood with every we supported each other. But it's not something that we we discussed. We were all just in shock and have it your mom and dad cope with the time that Steve when was in prison. Fortunate Lu both very strong characters and that helped me as well and hopefully it helps. Steve never lost faith. The never doubted him so I grew up with that same belief. There was no way. Did we ever once thing Steve was guilty. You know it was just a case of being strong for him as well and Free Chiluba and what efforts were made to try and keep Stevens case in his situation in the public arena. That worked quite long hours but when he wasn't working it got his nose in statements or anything else to do the case. Just going over it and over it in case there was anything that would missed and looking at other options of what could have happened. How things could have occurred anything that you could think of that but might throw some light on things and eventually they approach Don Hale who was the editor of the matlock mercury. The did not many years later after would received an anonymous letter. Somebody saying that they were there that day. And I'm not sure if that contacted the police about it. I didn't want to know. So that's when he went to see or wrong Don Hale and he agreed to speak with them. Was that many years after the conviction. Oh Yes maybe twenty years later and then once Don Hale started to to look at. The matter was the things that started to happen. Did he get back in the newspapers? We most local interest. Es initially I don't think dumb for the was anything to it till he started reading a bit more about it. The history of what had happened and then people would start getting in touch with him because he printed something in the newspaper about this letter. Arriving and then other people would get in. Touch was just sort of so much support all of a sudden. It brought it back to people's minds and the very supportive. I think were quite a few people. That didn't want done to investigate. And I think he had. Some threats made me more determined because he thought if people threatening him and trying to stop him. Then there's something to it and the campaign. The done hail spearheaded that resulted in matter. Go into the criminal. Cases Review Commission did yes and subsequently to the Court of Appeal. Yes Stephen was released on bail pending their Pale. Ucs and presumably came home during that time. Yes Sir yeah. Did you go to the Court of Appeal? Yes yeah we were all that. And how did you feel when they cost us? Conviction Feingold unsafe delighted and shopped. Because we've had so many occasions where we thought things were going well and another last hurdle something went wrong so we even though we knew that there was a good chance that it could get the conviction quashed. You don't take anything for granted because you just let me self down then so you know it was just sitting there through all this legal jog and this to be going on forever and ever and not really understand it. Then all of a sudden they just conviction quashed and I just looked. People sat with some people from the BBC and excited. You sort expect so much sort of almost party atmosphere and it would just conviction quashed and that was it. Got To the judges walked out. Stephen walked out on that day and how we parents once Stephen have been released new people I mean I think there was just such a weight. Lifted off them because all those years of fighting and trying to get somebody to listen and all of a sudden. Somebody has lessened. Unfortunately Stephen and yourself to spend some time before your parents passed away. That's Ri- that's got two that's got to have been a relief it was. It's a shame that they couldn't have had longer together but I'm just grateful that they did get some time together. It's it's different Perot's been on the outside looking in. So how. How do you think that prison lifers affected Stephen Benefited or to his detriment? Probably a mixture of both. Because if he hadn't been in prison we don't know what his life would have been. It could have been married. It could have had a family. It could have gone on to have an entirely different career bought on the other hand. It's benefited in a lot of ways. Because he's learned skills that you wouldn't have had had not been there and I think in some ways probably made him a stronger person.

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06:06 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"Stevens conviction was quashed. What were the grounds that they conviction was fantastic and safe? The two main areas the code of appeal addressed was the admissions made by Steven at the police station followed by a forensic scientists who gave evidence in respect of the blood splatter on his clothing so in relation to the admissions. It's fair to say that Stephen wasn't vulnerable young man. He got a reading age of an eleven year old. It'd been held at the police station for. I think an excessive nine hours. He got no access to legal advice. it wasn't allowed to see his parents or any other adult and it's under those circumstances that he gave his up missions and he admitted that he'd assaulted. Wendy with the pickaxe handle. Yes that's right at that time. In nine hundred seventy three. There was no safeguards for these people that would protect the vulnerable adult in a police station and Stephen as long as a as well as many other people made admissions because they were pressures is probably the wrong word to use in a an unfamiliar environment for many hours without any support which then made vulnerability men on suggest ability as you say. M people did make admissions. Two things that they haven't done potentially hadn't dom which was one of the main areas that the court of appeal addressed in that judgment. There is the forensic evidence at that time. The forensic scientist gave strong evidence supporting the prosecution or conviction of Steven because he said it was a textbook case of blitz brought to the clothing worn by purse committed the assault on. Wendy but also was looked at safe. We just consider the second Graham than they forensic evidence so the evidence that Norman lead the forensic scientist gave to the caught in the original. Trial was actually quite damning. He suggested that only the person who assaulted when they would have been wearing those clothes. And obviously it was close with Stevens close so that was That was really dumb into to his case wasn't too and then and that is the area that they reviewed in the Court of Appeal and they came to an alternative to that damning indictment that Mr Lee came to well the heard from other forensic scientists who dispute the fact that it was a textbook case. Then there was an area of doubt a net full. Not Necessarily Stephen was the merge rebel when he went to the scene and soul Wendi. It could've received splattering from assist in as he described it as opposed to be in the murder and that was the gray area that they allow the appeal on as well as the interview in the confession made at the police station. Yes so it does make you wonder how Stevens family coped. During the time that he was in he was in prison because it was in prison for twenty seven years. Yes when he was convicted is sister. Chrissy was only a young girl when she was fourteen. Fourteen so not only got one son who seventeen years of age imprisoned for the rest of his life for many many years to calm had a fourteen year old to look after an also with bake will be in a very small community. The stigma of the fat by some Christie's broader admitted somebody the. Yeah that's that's right and it is a very close knit community and you can imagine that. The stigma is attached to Stephen being found guilty. Not just a murder of murdering a local woman as well. The both Steven's parents are dead now. Huntley now it must have been quite traumatic for indeed. It was a traumatic event that they've gone through and it just doesn't just end. Once Stevens convicted it it lasted for the twenty seven years that it was still in prison. But they were still ramifications. After he was he was released. Because as you've talked about the stigma through the stigma stays on. I think when we're looking at alternatives to who potentially could have assaulted Wendy that resulted in her death. There are still people in Baykal locals. Who still think that Steven was responsible. And from WHAT INFORMATION WE'VE Found Sofa the clearly is. Lots of speculation. Bike was to who committed the murder Stephen. Some sale the people responsible dumb hails enquiries obviously if uncovered that area that Although there's no conclusions is is obviously a lot of talk about in the in the town where Stevens family lived at that time isn't it? I think it's fair to say that there is some superposition and as to who attacked Wedneday. And I think they're all people local people who still think it was Stephen as Don Hale and the like who think that it was a local man known to her and then there is a former police intelligence officer and an author Chris Clark and he believes that it was a serial killer and a convicted serial killer..

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06:07 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"Peter Cliff. No doubt was following the progressive the murders that we have received a lot of press and television coverage at the time and quite cunningly sought at vary his method of attack to frustrate the police really so although there were similarities in most murders there were differences to frustrate the police even further partway through the inquiry. The police started to receive whether address to the assistant. Chief Constable George Oldfield letters purporting to be from the orchard ripper. An eventually tape recordings were sent on the tapes. He was toned in the place saying that they weren't very good at the jobs and the boys will let him down and clearly on the tape. The voice that was heard was not of a West Yorkshire accent. Whatever Georgia accent? The North East of England. Recall this very well. Because in the late seventies I was a serving officer and when you went onto the CAD. You had to go on a training course. And I went to. They won which was at that time in Wakefield clearly in the West Yorkshire area where all these attacks were taking place George L. Field under their offices gave lectures to the students of which hours one way played the tape and it was clearly geordie accent and he told us that time that he believed quite firmly that the first nude written letters sent the tape was the Yorkshire Ripper as result of his conclusions and other senior officers involved from there on after two. They decided that could eliminate any suspects by the mere fact they didn't have a Geordie accent and sadly this was a a drastic mistake. Because as we know the Yorkshire ripper lived in West Yorkshire in hot a West Yorkshire accent so the latter's and I think they were three letters and one tape there were hoax and that hoax became known as wayside. Jack yes it was a many years later in the actual author of the letters and the tape was actually arrested. Wasn't it that's right. His name was John Samuel Humble and he was arrested in two thousand and five after a fragment of one of the envelopes in which one of the latter's was was mailed to West Yorkshire Police and they extracted the DNA and it was identified that the DNA was from John Samuel Humble he was subsequently arrested and charged with four cancer of perverting the course of justice and subsequently he that he had sent the letters and the tape and he was sentenced to eight years in prison. Predispo- cliff was arrested on the second of January nineteen eighty-one in the Sheffield area. He was observed by a sergeant and a young constable to be innovative medical late at night in a known prostitute area. The sergeant was school in the young copper in the ways of police in and they just happened to pass by this vehicle was suspicious and checks on. It decided that the vehicle possibly was stolen which resulted N. P. to soak cliff being arrested and detained at that time and subsequently the inquiry developed any was found out to be the auction ripper which resulted in his appearance at court. So what's actually happened to? Were Peter Sutcliffe. In one thousand nine hundred one well. He was sent for trial. He pleaded not guilty to thirty murders and seven attempt murders and that was on the grounds of diminished responsibility. In Layman's terms. That means that it was suffering from an abnormality of Mental Fulton. Shinhan in other words didn't really know what it was doing The jewelry weren't convinced by that defense to these heinous crimes and they found him guilty. He was subsequently sentenced to twenty life sentences that was made into a whole life order back in twenty ten and that basically means life means life and he remains in prison today so in this episode where only rarely looking at p. two so cliff in relation to the Wendy Sewell Murder. But just on that broad brush of his offenses. I think there are other episodes which we could do in relation to P to so cliff and the his life crimes. Yes I think the Yorkshire Ripper. Inquiry with cliff is is massive. I mean five years. Thirty murders seven attempted murders and as we have learned. This probably many more crimes. He hasn't been convicted of. I think we in the future. We ought to have a look at this and compiling investigational of our own. Do you think I think it certainly it. Certainly worthy of some indepth revere but for this purpose of our Podcast today we're going to look at the suspected connection of the orchestra with Wendy Sewell. Aren't we saw and to that end? Who Do we need to talk to? I think I don't know Chris Clark and Tim Tate. Maximum enquiries and safe we can Have talked to them. And if they will help us with our investigations into the Wendy soul murder and see.

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"The following podcasts brought to you by true crime investigators. Uk But who are they? John was a police officer for thirty years working locally and nationally as a detective sally was also a police officer for twelve years and then retrained as a lawyer and practicing criminal law now they are both retired and review cases of interest. Some solved some undetected throughout the series. They will discuss the cases. They are reviewing an interview. Relevant parties including police officers suspects witnesses and experts. They're currently looking into the murder in nineteen seventy-three Wendy Soon. Baykal symmetry and the subsequent subsequent conviction of local teenager Stephen Downing Welcome back to to cram investigators UK. My Name's John. A my name's Sally John. In the last episode Stephen Matters at the Bakool cemetery and guided as around. The grams explained what had happened on the day in September. Nineteen seventy-three when he found Wendy so all lying on the path. Having been beaten about the head with a pickaxe handle. Wendy was still alive. And she was taken to Chesterfield World Hospital but what happened to Steven Steven Dynamos. Tighten to the police station and interview during that day. About Time Wendy Sewell was still alive and in hospital as a result of the interview was charged with the offence of attempted murder and remanded into custody. Wendy subsequently died two days later having never regained consciousness and therefore Stevens charge was amended to one of murder. After being held on remand he appeared before Nottingham Crown Court for trial between the thirteenth and fifteenth of February Nineteen. Seventy four after which the jewelry found him guilty of mode and he was sentenced by the judge to be held at Majesty's pleasure for that defense for many years. Nothing was heard of Stephen Downing. Parents were trying to make enquiries engaging evidence to prove that he was innocent which he always maintained after his conviction he was innocent until a man called Don Hale was the editor of the matlock. Mercury came to the help. They have meetings with him and I think solemn right in saying that you actually spoke to him. When you're doing your degree I did yes It's fair to say that Stevens Parents Ray. And neater trying to keep Stevens case at the forefront and keep it in the public arena and tried to get reviewed they approached a Don Hale who was the editor of the matlock mercury to see if there was anything that he could do it. Keep Stevens case in the newspapers and Public. Attention and certainly dunghill did do a lot of work. In relation to Stevens case he took he reviewed the evidence and hey and interviewed potential witnesses and spend a lot of time and effort in Stevens case at that time in the mid nineteen ninety s which was the early days of Don hails involvement. I was doing a dissertation on the vulnerability and suggest ability of vulnerable adults. People detained at the police station and have the vulnerabilities affected them. And obviously in the course of my research Stevens case came up. And as DON was involved. I gave down a call and asked if I could go and see him and and talk about these Stephen Downing case and he was very very helpful had an afternoon's meeting with him and we went through the detail of Stevens case as I say that was the early days and Don put together a case file which he subsequently submitted to the Criminal Case Review Commission and that ultimately led to Stevens case being put before the Court of Appeal in two thousand and two and they subsequently to release them not saying that he was actually innocent of the offence bought. It was sound the conviction was on Sam. Yes that's right. He it was released on bail. In December of two thousand and one pending his appeal and the appeal was heard in January of two thousand and two and the decision that the three appeal judges came to was that the conviction was unsafe and therefore his conviction was quashed. I'm going to hear a lot. More about Don Hale. Is Our investigations. Continue because he was. There's no doubt I think it's fair to say without him. Probably Stephen Downing have been released and I think probably Steve will be the first to the first knowledge.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"Fifty two February nineteen seventy four. Stephen Downing was convicted of the murder of thirty two year. Old Wendy's your she had been attacked in. Bake will symmetry September nineteen seventy-three and died from her injuries in Chesterfield. Royal Hospital two days later in two thousand and two Stephen Downing's appeal against his conviction was heard in the court of Appeal. Mr Justice pill one of the three appeal judges said on the day of the offence. The officer in charge of the investigation divisional detective inspector younger attended the scene at two thirty PM. He questioned the appellant who was then taken to the police station. The appellant was not cautioned. Did Not have the benefits of legal advice eventually. He was cautioned the late evening having been cautioned at ten forty five PM. He admitted conceal Charles with. I did do it but I don't know what made me do it. Detective inspector younger then was called back into the room. The appellate repeated his admission. He then made a written statement having been reminded of his caution. He went on to say in his evidence to the court. The appellant denied the offense. He denied some of the statements to witnesses to which we referred. He described the interviews which he underwent he said that he was treated with consideration and provided with T. He said he had done it when it was not true because he was tired hungry and is back hurt. He was just able to keep awake. Detective inspector younger put his hand on the shoulder twice to shake him. He had had trouble with his back for two years after four at school. He signed the statement but it was untrue. He made it because he believed the police would question him all night if necessary and he did not realize that the woman was badly hurt taken from paragraphs eighteen and nineteen of court of Appeal decision. Fifteenth January two thousand and two.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"Peter William Sutcliffe. The jewelry found you guilty of thirteen charges of murder. If I may say so. Modo of a very calorie nature for each was a woman. It was a murder by getting behind her and beating her on the head with a hammer from behind. It is difficult to find the words that are adequate in my judgment to describe the brutality on gravity for these offenses and I say at once. I am not going to pause to seek those words. I am prepared to let the catalog crimes speak for itself. He went on to say. I have no doubts that you are a very dangerous man. Indeed the sentence for murder is laid down by the law and this immutable. It is a sentence that you be imprisoned for life. I shall recommend to the home secretary that the minimum period that should elapse before he all. Your release on licence shall be thirty years. That is a longer period an unusually longer period in my judgment. But I believe you already usually dangerous man. I express my hope that I have said life imprisonment. It will precisely mean that Mr Justice Boreham number one colts central criminal courts. The Old Bailey. London made the twenty-first.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

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"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

True Crime Investigators UK

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"The job at the cemetery as groundsman and how did you get the job The time they had the offices in Bay Council and I just went down on the door so this is a kid sees. Yeah we've got one for the can in the cemetery. I if you want to be out Monday to think so you started work here. When would that be slice? Empty too early. Seventy three from bill and did you. Did you like the work here I do. I mean it was hard graph. Because there's a big area to look after and for you as your own boss Work as you wanted really song as the work don't and nobody came a checked upon yourself and you've not got much of a commute at no five minutes to go down to the deaf fishing and morning check it. Five to eight and then officially. You're supposed to start work. Eight o'clock but most of it was around nine o'clock after the detail in read the paper so the essentials yeah so on that particular day they twelfth of September nineteen seventy-three. You came to work as usual a against my mother's wishes because I've been off with cold and you know contact too much time. Well I'll go in and fame no more raw until fan win so on that day you went down to the usual five to eight governor for five to eight Checked in Ogden doubt or faith in them date so within about fifteen minutes. I was back out walking in fact no. I'm not particularly day to the colleagues. They were coming up to get a chimney cowl so they should move. Lift up lift up from the offices up today. Yeah also really not case win unreachable petrol moyes and stuff lives they go that as well foaming dropped me off the uncontradicted chapel. And what was the first job that you that you did? I'm clean up some of the grass at coke day before nine just do Chamo- mowing tiny. Nope and that SORTA thing. It was an easy day that said. Did you see anybody dealer? In Costa morning there was a few visitors. Yom Very Hatfield was one. She was irregular. She came in every day with a little dog and start a war around often. Still boasts said that she did not say me for a few and explain the. I've been off for the cold. The nut every was known right. So we'll just we'll can now into the grams of the at the cemetery and this first building before is Steven. Oh what's that lasts. Less CONCENTRATED CHAPEL IS PROBABLY STILL. The don't knows it's actually used anymore. But they used to use to chapel of rest and and then the one further on the still unconscious chapel which the Council of always used to my knowledge as a storeroom. And that's why I was based working and keep him mowers and various other tilling so as we walk from the gates and the Gate House think that was occupied by wealth walker at rose. Yes it can see. We've got graves to both sides of a and then outside. They consecrated chapel. I suppose you call the little island with a with a tray on it and then the roadway carries on up towards the consecrated chapel which was used as a council storeroom. And what kind of things did you store in that? Anything Really There were roofing materials ladders Couple Park benches in a mostly mowers rakes pickaxes variables to and that way you had you breaks as well if the weather was bad. Yeah there was a little stove in could make a fire and capable but to the right hand side. You've got a red with The upstairs of which all look on today get onto the cemetery grams itself. We'll just we'll just woke up towards there and then we'll just get some idea of where you were stood away so Wendy Wendy Sewell. No it was only afterwards. After I'd been arrested found out. My father knew vaguely from because he was one of the local bus drivers and he used to travel on the book. But you you went to wear a mental right so you come out to have your cigarette. Where would you have been brothers bushes? Are This set some steps going down and our stood at the top of those and Financial Wendy walking along this path. So is your face in the woods. She was walking from right to left From left from left to right two may she was just walking normal. Visited not doing any home. Well over the past couple of weeks or so odd some to the gravestones and a friend of the family A they'd recently lost a child and they just asked me to keep an eye on that graveness. A yelp certainly do that. Obviously I mean he was The HMO GO Rhino vandalizing store so once you've finished your cigarette you went into the our back into the on concentration chapel. Put My jacket on and pick to preliminary bowl with the intention of going to shelf hoping that hadn't show for lunch and unfortunately hot when I got that but Came out and walk down. They sent a driveway notice the woman. Now Noah's Wendy. Seal of turnaround was walking back along the same path so from from your point of view then you still hear you finished e cigarette back into the on consecrated chapel to collect your coat and you drink bottle and then you walked out of the unconsolidated chapel back down that walked down that central part that we've just walked along to get here where was as you walk down the central path but towards the consecrated chapel in the gate where it was Wendy. She was on. The bottom path runs along the edge of Catholic would and should be maybe fifteen twenty yards in front of me. And when was the last time you so Wendy? When's the last time you recall seeing her as I walked out the gate she'd gone beyond what is still the consecrated chapel and there's a little woodshed beyond that and she didn't say emerge from the other side so I assumed that she turned around and started my way back along that same time I went out and maingate headed up towards the shop which is probably about a two minute walk away and I find that we'd already closed for lunch that I left made my white back to a so from leaving the cemetry and get him back. How long do you think you away from the from the grams? Say POSSIBLY TEN MINUTES. Certainly no more than sixteen and when you returned came back through the the main gate next to the Gate House. And where did you go from there? I was walking along the center notice as I was walking out. Initially Will Walker and his wife was the door of the lodge and Didn't say when do until I notice somebody lying on the path to bushes so you returned came through. The main gate walked that Central Avenue that we've walked too long and then whereabouts was was wendy when you first saw should be been about hallway down with an Wilson to until I got close to the time not losing Wisconsin about applied and found a map to blood and everything I went over knelt down beside to check for signs of life. She well breathing but only jost quite shallow I went to the lodge. Dust will face on the phone says no why am I explained to me says? Oh some of your work. Colleagues of commend. Maybe they'll know any so money shit locate them and they said no no anything went over and then one of them went in. Cofer policing the numbers just wanted to interrupt Stephen Right now. What do we actually know about Wendy? Was She was an only child and she was born in Sheffield at the time of her death. Her father had recently died and her mother was also living in Bay. Qual Wendy was quite a popular person. Well known within Bakool and she was married to her husband who was called.

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"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

True Crime Investigators UK

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"So without the confession there wasn't a lot of evidence however the was a forensic scientists call Norman Lee who examined Stephen Downing Clothe in which was taken from him when he'd been taken to the police station on the found spots of blood which you can call splatter as as the forensic scientists described it which would consistent in his opinion of somebody. You committed the assault. How can that affect the outcome of the trial? I think that's my yes. They the forensic evidence as you quite rightly say was Norman Lear who was called for the prosecution who actually said that. The blood spotter on Stephen Downing's clothing and I'm quoting here my well described as a textbook example of the Patton Blood staining which might be expected on the clothing of their salan in wounding such as that. Which Wendy Sewell's suffered so? Norman lay at the original. Trial definitely pointed the finger at Stephen Dan However what I would say is that he was the person who found her and she was conscious at the time that he found her. And it is noted by Stephen and other people who were who were there to assist that she was thrashing out so it's not beyond the realms of possibility that the blood spotter actually came onto his clothe them by one at the side of her and trying to render assistance and to have thrashing out another interesting factor of Gleaned from the paperwork is the portfolio professor alley nausea his statements that when he did the post mortem he found that Wendy at probably in Hit Seven or eight blows to the back of her head and other injuries on a body such as being kicked and bruising to her Adam's apple that may or may not suggest that she was strangled as well however Stephen Down in his is admission to the police into the court only admitted that it struck twice. I believe they define this old. Yeah I mean it is. It is inconsistent. Certainly a in the confession that Stephen gave. He said he'd Stroke Wendy twice with the pickaxe handle and subsequently the pickaxe handle was found at the side of of Wendy's body and was obviously they the weapon that have been used to assaulter. However you're absolutely right that it does say in- Professor Osias report that she'd been subjected to seven or eight blows so the confession wasn't consistent with what they pathology found. The other thing that is striking is that after initially admission Denied it all the way through his twenty seven years in prison. He was still detained as a murderer for many many years longer than it should have been. Yeah the fact that he was eligible for parole but the reason he didn't get parole was that he denied that he admitted Wendy. So all and the fact that he was in denial of murder meant that he therefore didn't become eligible for parole so they kept him in custody. Andy Reid if it actually admitted he would've been able to Potentially walk from the prison gates. I think the only person who possibly could answer any of these queries as Stephen Downing himself I understand the lips zimbay quill still in the vicinity of the graveyard wary lived with his parents at that time. I think we ought to go in safe. We'll talk to was in. What has to say yeah? I think we We try and make contact with the with Stephen. I think you're absolutely right from certain. They they articles that. I've read about Stephen Downing. He lives in the house where he lived with his sister and his parents. Back in Nineteen seventy-three. So so let's try and make contact. Stephen this morning and he's wanting to see is said today the churchyard. I'M ON WAY TOO. Baykal to to see him and is bringing his sister Krissy vaine well Lou. Also have chapter was a bad. What happened yet because Chris Perspective on the on the matter is is very different. Obviously she was fourteen year old girl left at home while he went to prison. Yeah I was surprised. He wanted to see joe showed. Initially this. Even flock is quite happy to go there. These parents buried there in fact so he said I have no problem showing you wear. It all happened on the day pointing out the various locations yet. I'm we've just turned left. And that's the old forestry commission building there and the next spray road is Bush road. But we don't need to. We don't need to go there because there's no vacancy access out at the end so if we go to the next row that's yellow rose and that should lead us to the cemetery. Forest Commission building looks as though it's vacant to any day it was Wendy Sewell were wasn't it? Yes that's right that's right case where almost at the end of yelled road and and there they are Stephen. Chrissy way too for us. So Hey we are at the gates of faithful. Cemetry an with Stephen. Good Morning Steve. Only And you have always lived in this area. You've always lived in bakool apart from just Andrea Ronald Chesser other than that always lived in by so you got.

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"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

True Crime Investigators UK

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"sewell" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK

"Wendy. Sewell's thirty two years of age married and worked in the offices of the forestry commission the town of Bakewell Dhabi show England on Wednesday the twelfth of September nineteen seventy-three. John Osmundsen who was a district officer for the commission said he heard Wendy. Conversation with a man did not see this person but described his voice as being high pitched and agitated later around lunchtime. That day John was speaking on the telephone in his office. Wendy Wharton's the room and handed him a note. She was going out with some freshener. Several people saw Wendy walking along butts road just a short distance from the commission's Office. Qc into the main entrance of Baykal cemetry off yelled road. One witness said he saw her into the ground around twelve fifty. Pm another person. Who Saw Wendy and Sandwich? Day was a seventeen year old groundsman employed by the local authority to work the symmetry. He said he saw wendy walk into the ground. Just as he was finishing off his cigarettes he then walked into the consecrated chapel uses a story the groundwork let drinks bottle and what the grounds and out of the main cemetry gates to visit the nearby shop on his return he found ways so lying on one of the past the graveyard she had been savagely beats around. The head with a pickaxe out was left at the scene. A trousers pants and plimsolls had been removed until broad been pulled up to expose her breasts. After trying to administer first aid he sought help from the symmetry attendance who lived in a house grounds. Both wants to a Windy. Had been lying but she had moved all been moved from the original location. Soon of mature workers join them. Police arrived shortly after Wendy. Who was still conscious. Who's taken to Chesterfield? Royal informed on route? She thrashed around and appeared resistance to the attempts to administer editor. Wendy Sewell died two days later from her injuries without being able to give the police any information about input attacked her seventeen year. Old groundsman was charged on the day of the attack with the attempted murder and remanded into custody after Wendy's death. The charges amended to one of murder. Two teenage remained in custody until his trial. The trial was heard at Nottingham. Trent court in February nineteen seventy four and lasted three days. And when the jury returned the deliberations the foreign announced he was guilty of murder.

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"sewell" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"sewell" Discussed on Unobscured

"He got those records from the court clerk from Stephen Sewell who was the court clerk. And we know that because he thinks Stephen Sewell for he asked Stephen Sewell for those records any thanks Steven Soule for those records. So. There. We can pretty much believe them because in fact, when we do have the written testimony that he describes it's accurate. I mean, he describes it accurately. So we just sort of have to make certain assumptions, but he doesn't tell us. How many judge is worth air or or things like that? So pity does tell us that the accusers came in the does tell us that confessors came in and so forth. So we do have that information from him now here in two thousand eighteen there are so many of us which. Sixty ninety two. There is an idea of what he which is essentially it's commonly shared with a lot of people. Can you describe look in sixteen ninety two or before there were basic a witch was basically believed to be someone who had some kind of access to cult information and powers? And but they were disagreement about that. Because there were some people who thought that that had to mean that they were in touch with the devil. There were other people who thought no no there were what you might call today, a white witch or useful witch who could for example, tell your fortune that was someone who had some mystical power. The the ministers would say that that meant the person had to be in touch with the double because the God would never tell you. What's the future was the devil might? And so any fortune teller as far as the ministers were concerned was a witch as far as local people were concerned that isn't true a witch who could tell the future or a fortune teller was not necessarily an evil person was someone who could just help you or could give you a potion if you were in love with someone who wasn't in love with you. You could get a spell to help you make that person fall in love with you. Or if you wanted to know what had happened to your? Husband who was had been at sea for years was he gonna come home, the which the fortune teller could tell you that sort of thing. In fact, there's one of the women who's accused of witchcraft in sixteen ninety two who seems to have specialized in telling women that their husbands were never going to come home that they were what does she seems to have liked to have given them bad news. So there's that kind of witchcraft, and then there's the kind of witchcraft where a witch's seen as being evil and a seeking to do bad things to people. She doesn't like it's almost always a woman, not entirely can be a man and the as far as the local people are concerned as a woman as far as the ministers concerned, it could be a man should have that. And that would be if you get in trouble with somebody, and they had an let's say you have an argument with your neighbor, your neighbors cows got into your cornfield. You're really mad you go and have a conversation more than a conversation. You yell at your neighbor, and it's an older one. And she says, I'll get you. Because you know, it was the problem was the fence around your corn. It wasn't my cows. If you'd had a better fence this wouldn't have happened and so some kind of disagreement occurs within the neighborhood. And that's where a lot of witchcraft accusations come from. There's actually a very excellent book about witchcraft mostly in Europe to a certain extent in America called witches and neighbors, and it's about the bike guy named Robin Briggs who's a British historian. And he makes a very strong case that a lot of these witchcraft cases in involve disputes among neighbors, kind of standard common disputes, among neighbors. But let's say that dispute about the cows and the cornfield happened, and then three days later, you who've been cursed out by the the supposed- which that is by your neighbor, you start to have some other kind of a problem like one of your cows breaks, its leg, and you have to kill it. Or or your beer goes sour or the milk won't churn properly into butter or something like that. And then you begin to think to yourself..

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Unshackling ourselves from fossil fuels - Richard Barker at Iona Capital

Inspiring Sustainability - Podcast

04:05 min | 3 years ago

Unshackling ourselves from fossil fuels - Richard Barker at Iona Capital

"Inspire sustainability cast. My name is all, and today I am delighted to have rigid vica of Ireland capital. Join me here to be here. Yea and Richard is an adviser, an investment committee member of the complete. Well, how to describe computers I am capital is is an environmental destruction. So it invests in new energy projects, waste recycling, projects, all centered around sustainability look on projects on us today that you can. This is making UK greener center, how reach it was he was getting told a conference which I found really interesting one just recently he's actually ten toll last night on some of the conversation that I'll the will be talking about it recommend you, listen to this denied, go watch that tedtalk as well. If you wanna find out more about inspire stability, align confined his inspiring dash sustainability dot com. There's all the poll casts that more information about as an organization. And then also you can obviously I find the podcast on, you'll buy egrets app on your smartphone, so richest in the conversation before we started this podcast, you said something which I think I wanna stop growing down in big, bold letters is you said the realities busy enough money on wealth in the world. And that was really interesting for me because it might not seem intuitive to people enough money to solve the climate challenge that we've got here. So less thou- that Whiting's bombshell. And I'll stand way coming from. Okay. Well, first of all, let's unpack that question. When I said this is enough wealth enough money. What what I didn't in a status? I'm kind of I am Catholic, so I believe the wealth lease grow develops on all Sundays enough. Money will say what I'm saying is enough wealth in the Wilton issue that we've go. The GDP is around twenty tree those year. You will take a few tens of truly depending on size of combing and pension funds have anyway between the sixty eighty trillion dollars funds onto magin across the globe. If you look at some of the reports. In order to hit in the Paris accord to degree ceiling, we need to be investing five to six trillion dollars thirty dollars a year in sustainable infrastructure from current investment around three to four trillion dollars a year structure, which is most. Now that is around us three percent change in global GDP investment, and it is absolutely within, you know, the kind of envelope helicopter financial system. We socking deploying pension fund money, banking services. So this for me is, is people say, well, how we gonna tackle this problem, whereas money get account for it is an absolute wealth. Absolute availability issue in the grand says, one his Matt, how we invest direct that money, the most appropriate way in what we have is certainly from what I see is we have a financial sector globally. The center primarily in New York London, tranches his wish. Probably fifth of hopes for the next says, he fifty years Burma. She's based on some of the traditional structure. As the pension funds invested into allocation bones inequities real estate of RAV. Thinking about the mega trends teams, one of which these on chain, hey, I know the demographic shifts as well. And I think a lot of fans who set it is not. His head around how these all change to me, the kind of investments that are required to make transitions blow transition. Also, risks, change this apply. And you know, just give you a simple story.

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