Does our culture have a true crime problem?The genre seems ubiquitous — there's always a new documentary to stream or a grisly podcast to binge, not to mention entire cable channels dedicated to true crime programming.Some, including Jane Coaston, the host of “The Argument,” call themselves “obsessed” with the genre. Is that a bad thing? Does being a fan of crime storytelling inform the listener of the failures of our criminal justice system, bring exoneration to wrongfully convicted people and reveal possible dangers in the world? Or does true crime cause net harm as it twists the ways we think about punitive justice, perpetuate myths around who the typical victims of violent crimes are and convince many that their armchair sleuthing could solve a case?Jane takes the debate around consuming and creating modern true crime content to two true crime creators: Rabia Chaudry, an attorney, the author of “Adnan's Story” and the host of the “Undisclosed” podcast, and Sarah Weinman, a writer and editor and the author of “The Real Lolita” and the forthcoming “Scoundrel.”Mentioned in this episode:Amelia Tait in The Guardian, “The internet has turned us all into amateur detectives”“Suspect,” a podcast by Wondery and CampsideElon Green in The Appeal, “The Enduring, Pernicious Whiteness of True Crime”Helen Rosner's interview with Jean Murley in The New Yorker, “The Long American History of ‘Missing White Woman Syndrome'”“In the Dark,” a podcast by American Public Media“Murder in Alliance,” a podcast by Obsessed Network“Through the Cracks,” a podcast by WAMU and PRXA full transcript of the episode will be available midday Wednesday on the Times website.
Episode 79 features painter Ronald Jackson. Growing up in the rural South of the Arkansas Delta, Jackson was the youngest of eleven kids born to a farmer and a community organizer. His Mother and Father left a legacy of challenging and reshaping the norms of the racial status quo in their surrounding home communities. Jackson came from a lineage of black landowners farming in the South. In the mid-sixties, his parents led communities in the organization of multiple boycotts against the establishment of local racial injustices. Despite suffering continual threats, harassments, and organized retaliations, efforts eventually led to a successful lawsuit against their local school district and a subsequent US Court of Appeal's decision, ruling in the favor of forcing the area school districts into full desegregation. Jackson studied Architecture at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo CA before joining the US Army. He served 21 plus years in the Army and retired in 2014. Midway his military career, He began a pursuit of becoming a professional artist. With no access to art school, Jackson engaged himself on a journey of self-disciplines and personal discovery to realize this goal as an artist. The military afforded him the experience of living in places such as South Korea, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Iraq, and Kuwait; He believes that his childhood upbringing and the adult experiences of being immersed into other societies has given him an appreciation and broad perspective on life amidst the complex challenges that we all face. Photo credit: Ian Maddox Artist website https://www.ronaldjacksonartworks.com/ Artnet https://news.artnet.com/art-world/renaissance-noir-at-uta-1885608 The Hollywood reporter https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lifestyle/lifestyle-news/la-art-galleries-sell-works-benefit-black-lives-matter-movement-1298602/ Galerie Magazine https://www.galeriemagazine.com/arkansas-crystal-bridges-momentary/ Bmore Art https://bmoreart.com/2018/07/black-portraiture-fabric-face-and-form.html KC STUDIO https://kcstudio.org/pulse-nerman-museum-of-contemporary-art/?fbclid=IwAR0A6meEwJJB0e5XQRuHzgeBuCiKV7DbDAgS7-ldV_V7u6OY6gw31gW65ek&fbclid=IwAR0A6meEwJJB0e5XQRuHzgeBuCiKV7DbDAgS7-ldV_V7u6OY6gw31gW65ek Hercules and Old Doll https://farmersanddistillers.com/about/artwork/ronald-jackson/ The Spirit of James Hemings https://www.wearefoundingfarmers.com/artist/ronald-jackson/
October 23, 1947: Du Bois and @NAACP presented a six-section “Appeal to the World” to @UN detailing “Denial of Human Rights” to Africans in the US. Eleanor Roosevelt helped block its adoption. Dr. Greg Carr talks about why and why it matters (you want to stay to the end when Dr. Carr sets the whole thing on fire!) #Knubia #inclasswithcarr
In November 2021 I am once again shaving off my beard and growing a moustache in solidarity with my MoBros across the world. I am inviting you to help me turn this into a fundraising event for Movember. I am supportive of Movember because of their multi-faceted approach. What particularly appeals is their efforts in working toward a world where men and boys are comfortable having conversations about the big things in life. My experience has been that we don't talk to each another enough in meaningful ways. I've been inspired by others in the RPG community who has spoken openly about their struggles. I've set a £250 target because I figured that if every one of Roleplay Rescue's listeners chipped in £1 each we could smash that number. It'd be double what I raised about 4 years ago when I first took part. I've had generous support from several Patrons and friends already, so please do come and support this effort. Mental health matters. Movember is working to help men stay mentally healthy, but they can't do it alone. Please donate to my Movember efforts and support men's health. Click here to donate: Movember or https://uk.movember.com/mospace/13562574
This week, in Skamania, Washington, where a bloodbath is discovered, in a local home, on New Year's Day. There are several bodies, and several loose ends, including a missing teenager, and a sick grandpa, who is incapable of speech, and can't be relied upon as a witness. The scene is horrific, with the walls, bathed in blood, but the crime scene, and everything else in this case, are handled terribly, possibly because it was literally the Sheriff's first day on the job! Missing evidence, botched tests... So, was it a stranger, or a teen, murdering his whole family & committing necrophillia on his big sister? Either way, there are no good answers here! Along the way, we find out that Washington takes it's timber very seriously, that some people who don't have any friends, also have an awful lot of friends, and your first day on any job shouldn't include finding three dead bodies!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: firstname.lastname@example.org Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...email@example.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts
Derecka Purnell is a lawyer, writer, organizer, and author of forthcoming Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom. She works to end police and prison violence by providing legal assistance, research, and trainings in community based organizations through an abolitionist framework. As a Skadden Fellow, she helped to build the Justice Project at Advancement Project's National Office which focused on consent decrees, police and prosecutor accountability, and jail closures, providing community training, political education and legal representation to organizers. Her advocacy efforts led to the dismissal of over 3,000 cases based on unconstitutional policing practices. Additionally, she supports several campaigns and grassroots organizations around the criminal legal system, electoral justice, and community investment, including Action St. Louis, Dream Defenders, Communities Against Police Crimes and Repression, the Ferguson Collaborative, and the Movement for Black Lives. Derecka also organized the founding steering committee for Law for Black Lives, a growing network of 5,000 law students, lawyers, and legal workers to support social movements. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Derecka co-created the COVID19 Policing Project at the Community Resource Hub for Safety Accountability. The project tracks police arrests, harassment, citations and other enforcement through public health orders related to the pandemic. Derecka received her JD from Harvard Law School, her BA from the University of Missouri- Kansas City, and studied public policy and economics at the University of California- Berkeley as a Public Policy and International Affairs Law Fellow. Her writing has been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, Teen Vogue, The Appeal, Truthout, Slate, Boston Review, Huffington Post, Vox, and In These Times. She's been on NPR, Democracy Now!, Slate's What Next, and MSNBC, and is the former Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy. Derecka has lectured, studied, and strategized around social movements across the United States, The Netherlands, Belgium, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Australia. She is from St. Louis and lives in D.C.
Lisa is solo and is joined by Derecka Purnell. Derecka received her JD from Harvard Law School and works to end police and prison violence by providing legal assistance, research, and training to community-based organizations through an abolitionist framework. Her work and writing has been featured in the New York Times, NPR, The Atlantic, the Boston Globe, Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, The Appeal, Truthout, Slate, and many other publications. Book description:For more than a century, activists in the United States have tried to reform the police. From community policing initiatives to increasing diversity, none of it has stopped the police from killing about three people a day. Millions of people continue to protest police violence because these "solutions" do not match the problem: the police cannot be reformed. In Becoming Abolitionists, Purnell draws from her experiences as a lawyer, writer, and organizer initially skeptical about police abolition. She saw too much sexual violence and buried too many friends to consider getting rid of police in her hometown of St. Louis, let alone the nation. But the police were a placebo. Calling them felt like something, and something feels like everything when the other option seems like nothing.Purnell details how multi-racial social movements rooted in rebellion, risk-taking, and revolutionary love pushed her and a generation of activists toward abolition. The book travels across geography and time, and offers lessons that activists have learned from Ferguson to South Africa, from Reconstruction to contemporary protests against police shootings. Here, Purnell argues that police can not be reformed and invites readers to envision new systems that work to address the root causes of violence. Becoming Abolitionists shows that abolition is not solely about getting rid of police, but a commitment to create and support different answers to the problem of harm in society, and, most excitingly, an opportunity to reduce and eliminate harm in the first place.
Michael Rianda and Jeff Rowe are the creative minds behind one of the most riotously funny and inventive movies of this year. In The Mitchells Vs The Machines, two terrible things happen to young filmmaker Katie Mitchell. First, her dad decides to surprise her by taking the entire family on a cross-country road trip on the eve of her going to college. And second, the tech apocalypse strikes, enslaving pretty much all mankind. It's neck and neck as to which one is worse for Katie, voiced by Abbi Jacobson. Together, it's up to the Mitchells to stop the robot uprising and save the world.Featuring groundbreaking animation, hilarious movie references and Olivia Colman as an evil Alexa, The Mitchells vs The Machines had it all. But, as you'll discover in today's episode, the film almost went in a very different direction. Originally titled Control Alt Escape, their first draft found the Mitchells on a mission with the President of the United States. It had a drastically different ending and a reduced role for two of the movie's standout characters: glitching robots Eric and Deborahbot 5000. In the conversation you're about to hear, we dig into all of those changes, as well as the film's graceful LGBTQ+ representation, its chances of a sequel and yes, that scene with the demonic Furby.This is a spoiler conversation, so be sure to watch The Mitchells Vs The Machines on Netflix before listening.Support for this episode comes from Arc Studio – the beautifully-designed screenwriting programme whose intuitive interface and host of innovative features helps you get the most out of your writing time – and Coverfly, who curate the best screenwriting talent-discovery programs into one place and connect emerging screenwriters with industry professionals who can bring their ideas to screen.Script Apart is a podcast about the first-draft secrets behind great movies. Each episode, the screenwriter behind a beloved film shares with us their initial screenplay for that movie. We then talk through what changed, what didn't and why on its journey to the big screen. All proceeds go to Black Minds Matter UK, the NHS Charities Covid-19 Appeal and the Film and TV Charity.Script Apart is hosted by Al Horner and produced by Kamil Dymek, with music from Stefan Bindley-Taylor. You can follow Script Apart on Twitter and Instagram. You can also email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.Support for this episode comes from Arc Studio and Coverfly.Get a free digital copy of the Script Apart Magazine by supporting us on Patreon! 50 pages of interviews with screenwriters, including exclusive conversations you won't find anywhere else. You can also now support the show on Ko-Fi.Support the show (https://patreon.com/scriptapart)
Every year the U.S. Army seeks out 125,000 to 140,000 new recruits to maintain the desired end strength and capability of the force. In order to do that the Army Enterprise Marketing Office has to craft a message that appeals to a broad audience across the shrinking qualified U.S. population. All the while the Army has to compete with the Navy, the Air Force, the Marines and now the Space Force also trying to attract the most qualified recruits from the U.S. citizenry. A BETTER PEACE welcomes Matt Lawrence and John Horning to the virtual studio to discuss the myths and challenges Army marketing has to contend with. They join podcast editor Ron Granieri to look at what it takes to create a message campaign that entices high quality personnel and dispel the myth that the Army is "the bureaucratic meat grinder of the underprivileged."
So, episode 130 – a new record. But you know that right? Because you subscribe to the show and have already rated and reviewed the podcast – right? You should.Last week the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in R. v. Morris, considering how sentencing courts should take evidence of anti-Black racism into account on sentencing. Although the Court of Appeal affirmed that racism is a relevant factor on sentencing, there were some questionable parts of the decision.This episode we are joined by Reakash Walters, lawyer at Addario Law Group, award winning podcaster, and soon to be Supreme Court law clerk to break down the Court of Appeal's decision.A huge thanks to Emond Publishing for supporting the podcast. For our listeners, Emond is offering 15% off Modern Criminal Evidence for our listeners. Just visit emond.ca/docket and enter code DOCKET15 at checkout.Remember, you can self-isolate in The Docket's Discord chatroom. Join the Discord channel, take part in the ongoing chat, and listen to live recordings with this link: https://discord.gg/2TzUamZAnd as always, a huge thanks to my firm Abergel Goldstein & Partners who have not murdered me for editing the podcast at work!Subscribe to The Docket on iTunes to get the latest episode pumped straight into your earbuds. If you like the show your subscriptions, comments and ratings really help us (so do that and then do it on your friends computer too).Emilie Taman on Twitter: @EmilieTamanMichael Spratt on Twitter: @msprattIf you like show spread the word.Enjoy
In this episode, host Veritéetfeu is joined by a current Sydney resident and sister in Christ to discuss COVID-19 restrictions in Australia and their impact on the Body of Christ in that region. Related Content When Vaccine Mandates Come in Like a Flood... (Blog Post, September 10, 2021) An Appeal to Appeal COVID-19 Church Closures (Blog Post, March 21, 2020) Are We Cowards? Christians + COVID-19 Church Closures (Podcast Episode, S2E2.3) Are We Cowards? Christians + COVID-19 Hugs, Hygiene + Hypocrisy (Podcast Episode, S2E2.2) Are We Cowards? Christians + COVID-19 Prepping (Podcast Episode, S2E2.1) Theme Music: "Truth + Fire: The Podcast Theme" produced by The Apologist Music Bed: "Lampshades" by Guustavv *Special thanks to Aroha for her time and willingness to share her experiences in Sydney. Special thanks also to Pastor Joel Webbon for having me on the Right Response Ministries Podcast to discuss vaccine mandates in the U.S. Watch our discussion here (Published September 29, 2021).
Join The Phia Group's CLO, Ron Peck, and SVP of Consulting, Jen McCormick, as they dissect the No Surprises Act and reveal how and why there will be confusion regarding what constitutes a basis for appeal, and what should be disputed per the NSA. This, along with updates on the cost of COVID testing, mandatory vaccine orders, and more are in store with this episode of Empowering Plans!
Susan lost her court case after she broke her ankle on a child's swing. Actor Tom Ward-Thomas was asked to strip nude in an audition tape. Billy Doran's posted his Xmas pudding, to his sister in Cavan, but it ended up in Canada and Author Clara Cullen has written about John Charles McQuaid after getting access to his huge archive of letters.
When a liability decision cannot be determined between insurance companies, carriers often turn to arbitration to pursue the case further in Arbitration Forums. Filing arbitration is a cost effect and timely way to make a final and binding decision and recuperate a speedy recovery. But is the award always the end? Not necessarily. On this week's installment, Rebecca sits down with arbitration attorney, Ana Zgela, to discuss what exactly occurs when there is an error made by the arbitrator or the panel. They discuss how an appeal can be submitted or when a complete refile is necessary, as well as when a post decision inquiry (PDI) is the right way to address errors found in the award.
For this special report we talk to Jon Ben-Menachem. Jon is a researcher and journalist, currently working on his PhD in Sociology at Columbia University, where he researches political economy and punishment. As a journalist he's published on policing, incarceration and austerity for The Appeal, Slate, Shadowproof, Current Affairs, Truthout and New York Daily News. Today we invite Jon on to discuss his latest piece “What Media Gets Wrong About Last Year's Uptick In Murders” which was published at Slate. There's been a deluge of local and national media copaganda pushing for more cops and increased police budgets since the George Floyd protests and calls to defund police and abolish police that came along with them. It's important to disrupt these copaganda narratives, and we thought Jon's piece is helpful in that effort. The "Special Report" is a new segment where we interview journalists, activists, academics and organizers on shorter pieces. These might be essays, articles, field reports direct from organizers and/or incarcerated people, short stories or even poems. These interviews will be typically shorter than our full episodes, ranging somewhere between 30 minutes and an hour and will have a limited focus. Our goal with these is to talk about current events and ways that people are analyzing and seeking to intervene in them. Sometimes - as with this episode - there will be contradictions raised that we aren't able to resolve neatly, but need to be grappled with. This is part of our effort to bring you all more content. We are both doing this full-time now and we hope to continue to bring you all about 4 of our full episodes monthly, but also sprinkle in about 2 of these special reports or smaller discussions each month as well. To support this work we are on a current pledge drive to hit 1,000 patrons and we're only 20 patrons away from that big goal as we publish this. So if you haven't become a patron yet, now is a great time to do so. And thank you to all of the people who have been supporting us along the way.
Kevin and Kieran find out what might happen now Derby County have appealed their points deduction for going into administration, and find out why Barnsley have closed the West Stand at Oakwell. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/
This week, in Indialantic, Florida, two successful, and seemingly happy couples enjoy life & love. This doesn't last long, though, as problems, affairs, and tempers flare up & cause many problems, including an absolutely horrific & violent murder, that freaks this upscale area right out. But who did it? The Ex? A new lover? A stranger? A friend, who sees the death, through psychic visions & leads their family to the location of the body? It's a mess, with changing stories, many motives, and ridiculous excuses!! Along the way, we find out that a lot of murder happens in Florida, that seizures usually don't cause psychic visions, and that leading people to a body disposal site makes you look super guilty!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: email@example.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...firstname.lastname@example.org/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts
On this episode of Let's Go Together, Kellee sits down with actor Emily Hampshire to talk about small town travel, including Emily's experiences working in a small town as a cast member on the hit television series Schitt's Creek. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 090 - The Appraiser Doesn't Care! True story: Appraisers have a heart – okay – some of them do. There is plenty to consider when valuing property. The impact of the value can be far reaching. Recognize that impact and have a heart. SHOW NOTES 02:40 – Agents are intentionally biased as an advocate for their client. Appraisers are intentionally un-biased. 04:05 – Agents and appraisers are NOT enemies! 06:40 – The reports appraisers write affect many people. 08:00 – Value ranges are typical. 09:10 – Agents can deal with this too. Explain your situation to the appraiser. 11:30 – Appraisers do have a heart. 12:00 – Appeal to the lighter side of the appraiser. 13:20 – Appraisers don't like it when their home value is affected. 14:40 – The decisions the appraiser makes affects everyone. SHOW LINKS Mark Ratterman – https://www.indianarealestatedata.com/jsp/agents/agent_overview.jsp?agentID=12361284 Residential Property Appraisal book – https://www.amazon.com/Residential-Property-Appraisal-Mark-Ratterman/dp/1935328794 BETWEEN THE LINES LINKS Email email@example.com Web brianclee.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/realestatebetweenthelines/ https://www.facebook.com/Brian-C-Lee-111822417027919/? YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcv4dHU39-b5_QVVCIhbcBA?
Our anchors are back this Monday with friend of the show Lo Toney of Plexo Capital co-hosting while Carl is out. The gang digs into the Facebook fallout after last week's complications for the social network and Apple's appeal of the recent epic games ruling. We then turn to CNBC's Dom Chu for a look at today's opportunities amid the month's volatility in the tech sector. We're then joined by Craft Ventures Co-Founder & early Facebook investor David Sacks who is defending the social network post-whistleblower hearing. Then, Byron Deeter of Bessemer Ventures is back to talk the momentum in software stocks so far this year. Later, CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos reports on states trying to attract Bitcoin miners. And finally, Jefferies analyst Andrew Uerkwitz says going outside is overrated…turn your focus to the metaverse.
Fr. M.S. Selvaraj is from the Diocese of Kumbakonam, India and is participating in this year's Mission Cooperative Appeal. This Diocese, started in 1899 in the state of Tamil Nadu, India has 94 parishes and 610 missions, served by 224 diocesan and 79 religious priests, 620 nuns, 12 trained catechists and 330 untrained lay catechists and two social service centres. For more information on the needs of the diocese, click here to watch the video on our homepage: https://www.stpatrickcatholicparish.org/You may offer a donation either by check or electronic payment to St. Pat's by designating it for the “Diocese of Kumbakonam” in the memo section.
New Podcast Episode: Money makes the world go ‘round…the Pandora Papers reveal some 330 politicians from 90 countries and their involvement in money laundering…er…I mean, Offshore Accounts. Meanwhile, unemployment benefits face grinding to a screeching, Conservative-backed halt, but hey…it's a fair and balanced world that we live in. Meanwhile, the Facebook exposé shows they COULD do something about hate speech…they just don't want to. Abortion in Texas takes another cartwheel, this time in favor of Women's Rights thanks to Judge Robert Pitman's decision… but how long until there's an Appeal to overturn
In today's top stories, Boeing's Starliner spacecraft is delayed again, Apple appeals the decision in its fight against Epic Games and Christopher Nolan announces the lead in his upcoming Oppenheimer film.
New reports of U.S. troops being stationed in Taiwan sparks outrage in Beijing, China – is this a new cold war? Federal Judge halts the new Texas abortion law (SB8) prompting an immediate appeal by the State. Derek Chauvin is denied a public lawyer to continue with his appeal and we review recent filing in his case. And more! Including:
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It wasn't immediately clear how the order may affect access to abortions in the state. The law is constructed in a way that people who violate it could be liable to litigation if enforcement is reinstated.
(note: time stamps are without ads & may be off a little) This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of Tony Von Carruthers, who, along with two other men, kidnapped, killed and buried alive three people in Memphis. We dive into the setting (10:25), the killers early life (22:32) and the timeline (25:48). Then, we get into the investigation & arrest (38:06), "Where are they now?" (50:27) followed by our takeaways and what we think made the perp snap (55:31). As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered (01:00:05) and our shout outs (01:02:58). Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday, so until next time... look alive guys, it's crazy out there! Sponsors Every Plate https://www.everyplate.com/ Use code FRUIT199 Better Help https://www.betterhelp.com/Fruit Nutrafol https://nutrafol.com Use code FRUIT Shout Outs Candyman https://www.amazon.com/Candyman-Yahya-Abdul-Mateen-II/dp/B09FYM9RTC/ Snap Judgment: Spooked https://snapjudgment.org/spooked/ Back Stage II https://snapjudgment.org/episode/backstage-ii/ Where to find us: Our Facebook page is Fruitloopspod and our discussion group is Fruitloopspod Discussion on Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod/ We are also on Twitter and Instagram @fruitloopspod Please send any questions or comments to email@example.com or leave us a voicemail at 602-935-6294. We just might read your email or play your voicemail on the show! Want to Support the show? You can support the show by rating and reviewing Fruitloops on iTunes, or anywhere else that you get your podcasts from. We would love it if you gave us 5 stars! You can make a donation on the Cash App https://cash.me/$fruitloopspod Or become a monthly Patron through our Podbean Patron page https://patron.podbean.com/fruitloopspod Footnotes Articles/Websites Hale, Steven. (02/18/2020). Tennessee Man Could Be The First Person In Nearly A Century To Be Executed After Being Forced To Represent Himself At Trial. The Appeal.org. Retrieved 09/18/2021 from https://theappeal.org/tennessee-death-penalty/ Gribben, Mark. (n.d.). Well Organized and Extremely Violent. The Malefactor's Register. Retrieved 09/18/2021 from http://malefactorsregister.com/wp/well-organized-and-extremely-violent/ Mattise, Jonathan. (01/04/2020). Tennessee inmates ask court to stop execution scheduling, argue death penalty rooted in racism. CTV News. Retrieved 09/18/2021 from https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/tennessee-inmates-ask-court-to-stop-execution-scheduling-argue-death-penalty-rooted-in-racism-1.4753101 My Crime Library. (03/22/2021). Tony Carruthers Tennessee Death Row. Retrieved 09/18/2021 from https://mycrimelibrary.com/tony-carruthers-tennessee-death-row/ Murderpedia. (n.d.). Tony Von Carruthers. Retrieved 09/18/2021 from https://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/carruthers-tony.htm History Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica. (08/05/2021). Memphis. Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 09/18/2021 from https://www.britannica.com/place/Memphis-Tennessee Lanum, Mackenzie. (11/20/2011). Memphis Riot, 1866. Black Past. Retrieved 09/18/2021 from https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/memphis-riot-1866/ Nickas, Laura. (10/08/2017). Orange Mound. Tennessee Encyclopedia. Retrieved 09/28/2021 from https://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/entries/orange-mound/ How Not to Get Murdered 100 DEADLY SKILLS - EASIEST WAY TO BREAK INTO YOUR HOME! https://youtu.be/EAk0t-D-_eo Music “Abyss” by Alasen: ●https://soundcloud.com/alasen●https://twitter.com/icemantrap ●https://instagram.com/icemanbass/●https://soundcloud.com/therealfrozenguy● Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License “You Have The Right”, “Precinct Lullaby” and “Make Thirst a Joy” by Marlene Miller. Used with permission. Find her Facebook and Instagram under SEMNCHY or firstname.lastname@example.org “Furious Freak” by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Connect with us on: Twitter @FruitLoopsPod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fruitloopspod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Fruitloopspod and https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod
The COVID pandemic has fundamentally and permanently transformed industries around the world—and the legal industry is no exception. In this episode of Matters, we'll speak to organizational leaders, educators, and practicing attorneys to hear how the practice of law has changed—and what attorneys need to do to keep pace.Specific topics highlighted in this episode include: How the COVID pandemic highlighted the mental health crisis in the legal industry How client behaviors have permanently changed as a result of the COVID pandemic How professional organizations can support law firms through the transition Listen now to learn how your law firm needs to adapt to these permanent changes.Our GuestsCharlene TheodoreMs. Theodore, the President of the Ontario Bar Association, draws on her experience as a lawyer who has practiced international human rights, labour and employment law. She started her career as a human rights lawyer, appearing before administrative tribunals and various levels of court, including Canada's Federal Court of Appeal. She also represented the interests of Canadians of African descent before federal and provincial legislative committees, as well as United Nations human rights treaty bodies. She then focused her practice on labour and employment law, specializing in complex workplace and union challenges. Her advocacy extends beyond the courtroom to society at large through her dedication to community service. You can follow Inti on Twitter at @CharleneYYZElise BuieElise Buie is Founder of Elise Buie Family Law Group, a family lawyer, and a Guardian ad Litem based in the Seattle area. Elise is an active member of the Washington Bar and many other bars and legal organizations. She provides her time and services through the Moderate Means program of the Washington State Bar Association, and she completed the ABA Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute sponsored by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy in Boulder, Colorado. Elise and her firm focus on advocating for children's best interest in high-conflict divorce and dependency matters. You can follow her on Twitter at @elisebuieMitch JacksonJon Mitchell “Mitch” Jackson is a senior partner and founding attorney of Jackson & Wilson. He has represented clients in the Orange County, CA, area for over 30 years, and he is committed to providing the trustworthy and skilled legal representation people need during the most difficult times of their lives—after a serious accident or the loss of a loved one. He has met with considerable success in this endeavor, recovering millions on behalf of the injured, including numerous multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts. Also known as “The Streaming Lawyer,” Mitch is a legal social media expert who speaks regularly across the US and teaches other lawyers how to market themselves better. You can follow Mitch on Twitter at @mitchjacksonBill HendersonBill Henderson joined the Indiana University Maurer School of Law faculty in 2003 following a visiting appointment at Chicago-Kent College of Law and a judicial clerkship for Judge Richard Cudahy of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Drawing upon more than a decade of research, Bill is a sought-after commentator on the changing legal marketplace and has accumulated numerous awards. In the last five years, he has been named one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers in America by the National Law Journal, the Most Influential Person in Legal Education by National Jurist Magazine, and one of the inaugural group of “Legal Rebels” profiled by the ABA Journal. You can follow Bill on Twitter at @wihender
Today on The Fast Lane with Ed Lane - Ed talks about how the #Hokies should embrace the game against the #Irish - Dave Koehn discussing his time with the #Hoos & new gig with Milwaukee Bucks - Seth Wickersham on his new “It's Better To Be Feared” about Brady and Belichick
Miami is booming, capturing the imaginations of people, businesses and investors. Parkway Property Investments' Allen de Olazarra and CBRE's Shay Pope join Spencer to take a deep dive into what makes Miami the Magic City.
An historic appeal into sexual abuse convictions for the former creche worker Peter Ellis has begun today in the country's highest court. Ellis, who died two years ago, is appealing 13 counts of sex abuse for which he was convicted of in 1993. The appeal was allowed after the Supreme Court agreed with his legal team that mana - or reputation - lasted after a person died, and his case should still be heard. It is the first time an appeal for a dead person has been heard. Emma Hatton was there.
This is the audio-only version of RQM+ Live! #40, originally recorded 30 September, 2021. This has been a very common question from device manufacturers since FDA issued guidance on “least burdensome” almost 20 years ago. FDA defines “least burdensome” to be the minimum amount of information necessary to adequately address a relevant regulatory question or issue through the most efficient manner at the right time. Some manufacturers have strong opinions about pushing back on FDA with the argument of utilizing the least burdensome approach, while others are very hesitant to burn bridges. What's the best approach to get the results you desire while not becoming FDA's arch nemesis? Join our regulatory experts including former FDA CDRH representatives for a detailed discussion on the process and best practices for disagreeing with FDA. The panelists: Nancy Morrison, RAC - Executive Director, Regulatory and Quality Consulting Services Kevin Go - Project Engineer (former FDA CDRH Lead Reviewer) Bryan Pinder - Project Engineer (former FDA CDRH Lead Reviewer) Ryan Randall - Senior Engineer (former FDA CDRH Lead Reviewer) Questions answered: How do you push back on FDA when you don't agree? Where did the phrase least burdensome come from and what does it actually mean? Does FDA hate to hear the words least burdensome? Do you actually write the words "least burdensome?" What's the difference between the least burdensome flag with the new process and an appeal? Should a manufacturer be weary of using the least burdensome flag process, or appealing in general? Can a reviewer handle a least burdensome flag on their own? Could they resolve it? How do you balance timing? (going through the proper steps before appealing and throwing the flag, but keeping other time restrictions in mind) When should you file a formal appeal vs. throw the least burdensome flag? - About RQM+ RQM+ is the leading international provider of regulatory, quality and compliance consulting services for medical device and diagnostics manufacturers. The company delivers transformative solutions by providing unrivaled collective expertise fueled by passion for client success. The experts at RQM+ are collaborative, laser-focused on client needs and committed to delivering high-value solutions that exceed expectations. For more information, please visit RQMplus.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deviceadvice/message
"I Am Samuel" documents a true story about love, family and acceptance, made by Kenyan filmmaker and journalist Peter Murimi. He joined us from London to discuss his government's ban on his film and how he plans to appeal it.
This week, in Climax Springs, Missouri, a retired doctor has decided to live the rest of his life in a new, swinging way, filled with drugs, and young ladies. When he finds a much younger woman, he thinks he's found his perfect match, but little does he know that his new bride, and a cast of ridiculous characters are actively trying to kill him, while he obliviously goes about his business, unknowingly thwarting murder plots, left & right. That is until it all comes together, in an absolutely brutal & bloody fashion, resulting in plenty of finger pointing, and not a lot of honesty!! Along the way, we find out that you certainly don't want to set foot in the local spring, that you shouldn't court teenagers when you're in your 70s, and that it isn't as easy to kill someone as you might think!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: email@example.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on... twitter.com/@murdersmall facebook.com/smalltownpod instagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts
Mere Christianity | Part5 | Good Sex - Highlights“Some muddle-headed Christians have talked as if …sex, or the body, or pleasure, were bad in themselves. But they are wrong. Christianity is almost the only one of the great religions which thoroughly approves of the body - which believes that matter is good, that God Himself once took on a human body, that some kind of body is going to be given to us even in Heaven and is going to be an essential part of our happiness, our beauty, and our energy. Christianity has glorified marriage more than any other religion…If anyone says that sex, in itself, is bad, Christianity contradicts him at once.” (Lewis)Good sex is more than just biology.“The inventor of the human machine was telling us that its two halves, the male and the female, were made to be combined together in pairs, not simply on the sexual level, but totally combined. The monstrosity of intercourse out-side marriage is that those who indulge in it are trying to isolate one kind of union (the sexual) from all the other kinds of union which were intended to go along with it.” (Lewis)“To be naked with another person is a sort of picture or symbolic demonstration of the perfect honesty, perfect trust, perfect giving and commitment and if the heart is not naked along with the body, then the whole action becomes a lie and a mockery…a tragic contradiction: the giving of the body but the withholding of the self.…It is, in effect, the very last step in human relations and therefore never one to be taken lightly. It is not a step that establishes deep intimacy, but one that presupposes it…It requires the security of the most perfect commitment into which two people can enter, which is no other than the loving contract of marriage.” (Mike Mason, The Mystery of Marriage)We are hard-wired for intimacy but our short-cuts to it are dead-ends! Teaching about chastity, is not intended to be bad news…the value of chastity is not intended to minimize our sex life. On the contrary, it creates the setting in which our enjoyment of sex can be maximized. Unfortunately, we live in a culture that has done everything it can to reinforce a truncated understanding of sex.Living inside the boundaries:1. Appeal to God for help in this struggle. “We may, indeed, be sure that perfect chastity - like perfect charity - will not be attained by any merely human efforts. You must ask for God's help…But before we can be cured we must want to be cured.” (Lewis)2. Tell yourself the truth. “The seeds of danger are concealed…but…Eros unreservedly honored becomes a demon.” (Lewis, The Four Loves)3. Try getting to the root of the problem. Illicit sexual thoughts and behavior are usually a symptom of deeper issues.“For every thousand hacking at the branches of evil, only one is cutting at the roots.” (Henry David Thoreau) Page of 2 24. Seek the help of others.5. Work to improve your own relationship with God. To get rid of an old passion we must replace it with a new one. “I will, then, always love sin and the world until I truly sense that Christ is better.” (Thomas Chalmers, The Expulsive Power of a New Affection - sermon)6. Distance yourself from toxic influences.7. Never give up.God gave us a fire ring. Most of us who are married wear it on the third finger of our left hand. The flame of our sexual passions can be safely and most satisfactorilyenjoyed within the protected boundaries of marriage - inside the fire ring.
Historical novelist Philippa Gregory, historians Susan Doran and Nandini Das, and literary scholar and author Adam Roberts join Matthew Sweet at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry to discuss the enduring appeal of Tudor history and the role that historical fiction plays in shaping our view of history. Plus the connection between Sir Walter Scott and nearby Kenilworth Castle. Part of the BBC Contains Strong Language festival. Elizabeth and Mary: Royal Cousins, Rival Queens opens at the British Library opens 8 October 2021–20 February 2022. Professor Susan Doran has edited the exhibition catalogue and will be giving an online talk on October 13th called Too Close to Her Throne: The Other Cousins Kenilworth Castle and Garden are run by English Heritage https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/kenilworth-castle/ Walter Scott (15 August 1771 – 21 September 1832) wrote many historical novels including Kenilworth - his account of Queen Elizabeth, the Earl of Leicester and the murder of his wife Amy Robsart which was published 13 January 1821. Philippa Gregory's novels include The Other Boleyn Girl, The King's Curse and her current Fairmile Series. She is a fellow of the Universities of Sussex and Cardiff and an honorary research fellow at Birkbeck University of London. Adam Roberts teaches at Royal Holloway, University of London and Nandini Das teaches at the University of Oxford. She is a BBC/ARHC New Generation Thinker. You can find a Free Thinking discussion about Waverly available to download as an Arts & Ideas podcast from the Free Thinking programme website https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04dr39q There is also a discussion about how we used to feel in the past and the idea of emotional history which hears from author and historian Tracy Borman https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0003zp2 Producer: Torquil MacLeod
This week, in Carr, Colorado, the grisly discovery of a young woman's body leads to the uncovering of maybe the strangest clan of murderers that the US has ever seen. A multigenerational family of carnival workers, and short order cooks, who travel the country, robbing people, and eventually committing one of the most horrific string of murders that has ever been seen, before, or since. Young women snatched from all night donut shops, grocery stores, and other very brazen locations. All while the wives & kids, waited in the car. It's an insane tale, that should be known by all, and somehow, isn't! Along the way, we find out that not all of Colorado is beautiful mountains, that kidnapping a store employee, while that store is open for business might not be the brightest move, and that you can't commit Bundy amounts of murder, and not expect people to notice!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: firstname.lastname@example.org Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on... twitter.com/@murdersmall facebook.com/smalltownpod instagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts
This week, in Rutland, Vermont, a horribly murdered body is found, on fire, beneath the ski lift of a popular resort, and investigators have very little to work with. This isn't some tourist, either, this a full on small town twisted plot, that is as crazy as it is cruel. But the whole thing comes to a halt when something very basic comes into question... is the dead person actually who we thought it was? Or is that person actually the murderer?? This one is as wild as they get! Along the way, we find out that syrup runs downhill, that you should rely on more than a murder victim's uncle to identify them, and that if you see a friend, who you thought had been murdered... don't talk to them!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: email@example.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on... twitter.com/@murdersmall facebook.com/smalltownpod instagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts
This week, in Clarkston, Georgia, fear quickly spreads when a woman is found, strangled, and floating, in her own bathtub. The fear only gets worse when it happens to another woman... Then another one. It's a mystery, but the one thing that is known for sure, is that a serial killer is on the loose. A suspect finally emerges, after a police sketch is made, but he's not admitting anything, except one particularly embarrassing detail, that he says proves his innocence! Along the way, we find out that this small town probably has some pretty good food, that bath water gets cold, faster than we thought, and that you can't possibly be a rapist/murderer, if you only have sex with your sister! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: firstname.lastname@example.org Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on... twitter.com/@murdersmall facebook.com/smalltownpod instagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts