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Join us tonight as we delve into the darker side of humanity and bring to you the underbelly of society.
A serial killer is a person who murders three or more people,usually due to abnormal psychological gratification, with the murders taking place over more than a month and including a significant break (a "cooling off period") between them.Some sources, such as the FBI, disregard the "three or more" criterion and define serial killing as "a series of two or more murders, committed as separate events, usually, but not always, by one offender acting alone".
Although psychological gratification is the usual motive for serial killing, and most serial killings involve sexual contact with the victim,the FBI states that the motives of serial killers can include anger, thrill, financial gain, and attention seeking. The murders may be attempted or completed in a similar fashion and the victims may have something in common: race, appearance, sex, or age group, for example.
Serial killing is not the same as mass murdering, nor is it spree killing, in which murders are committed in two or more locations in a short time. However, cases of extended bouts of sequential killings over periods of weeks or months with no apparent "cooling off period" or "return to normalcy" have caused some experts to suggest a hybrid category of "spree-serial killer
Barbados Serial Killer Neil Ince and questions surrounding why a (serial) killer got bail; Police Beating of an Innocent 21-year old Woman who entered a taxi in Barbados with weed in it; Officers dating and socializing with murderer (serial killer) inmate(s); The arrest of Dexter Gobin for child abuse; How are you raped in Barbados without even knowing - the disconnect; and more hot topics.
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In 1999, the body of Hae Min Lee was found in a shallow grave in Baltimore's Leakin Park. Six weeks later, her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, was arrested and charged with her murder. The state's case against Syed hinged entirely on the testimony of Jay Wilds, who said that he had been with Syed on the day of the murder, and that he had assisted with the burial in Leakin Park. At trial, the prosecutor argued that although Wilds had repeatedly given false and inconsistent statements concerning the crime, his story was corroborated by Adnan's cell phone records. Syed was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison; Wilds pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact, and was released without serving a day in prison.
Last year, the creators of This American Life covered Syed's story in the popular podcast Serial. In order to better visualize the events that were being described on the show, Attorney Susan Simpson put together a series of maps comparing the location data from the cell records with the various witness statements concerning the location of the phone throughout the day on which Hae Lee was murdered. The result showed just how fragmented and incoherent the prosecution's case was, as none of Wilds' multiple stories can be reconciled with the cell phone data. It also highlighted many of the gaps in the prosecution's evidence, and showed how numerous witnesses who could potentially have confirmed or denied Jay's stories were never contacted by investigators. SERIAL-The On-Going Story-Susan Simpson
Dungeon Crawlers Radio is excited to welcome back to the show free off the set of "I Am Not A Serial Killer" movie, author Dan Wells. We will be talking about his experience on set of the movie and any other exciting things he'd like to tell us. Plus we will be talking to Dan about his upcoming projects and so much more!
Then we will be mixing things up even more as we have Dennis and Adrian from UGeek Magazine coming in to talk about this month issue of UGeek Magazine
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A friend, a next door neighbor, or even a family member; serial killers come in all shapes and sizes. To most of us, they live ordinary lives, and have ordinary jobs, seeming to be quite normal. Here in lies the deception; we can see the physical, and not the mental. Join us as we look at three films where average people lead extraordinarily gruesome lives...that of serial killers.
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Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 029 of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guest: Steve Pierz is a serial innovator at Caterpillar. A serial innovator is often on the cutting-edge if not the bleeding-edge, in mature organizations. They are the problem-solvers that substantially contribute to their company’s financial value.
Highlights from the discussion include…
Innovation is looking at things differently and questioning traditional wisdom.
Innovators can be irritating to experts in the organization who do not welcome having the way things work being questioned.
Serial innovators’ reputations for discarding old ideas and promoting new ideas can create uncomfortable first meetings. Steve often receives an “Oh, I have heard about you” when meeting people in the organization for the first time.
Innovators fail – just don’t fail spectacularly. Quickly run experiments and learn.
Steve started a weekly webinar for anyone at Caterpillar to learn more about innovation, called Friday Morning Coffee and Disruptive Technologies. Each week attendance has dramatically grown. Participants are from a wide variety of functions, not just engineering. Frequently, external experts join the webinar to present ideas and processes.
Episode 7 of the Hustle Culture Podcast features Ivan Raiklin, Entrepreneur, Angel Investor/Startup Advisor, Lawyer, former Green Beret, and "Podcast Maniac".
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For decades now, serial killers have taken center stage in the news and entertainment media. The coverage of real-life murderers such as Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer has transformed them into ghoulish celebrities. Similarly, the popularity of fictional characters such as Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter or Dexter demonstrates just how eager the public is to be frightened by these human predators.
But why is this so? Could it be that some of us have a gruesome fascination with serial killers for the same reasons we might morbidly stare at a catastrophic automobile accident? Or it is something more? In Why We Love Serial Killers, criminology professor Dr. Scott Bonn explores our powerful appetite for the macabre, while also providing new and unique insights into the world of the serial killer, including those he has gained from his correspondence with two of the world’s most notorious examples, David Berkowitz (“Son of Sam”) and Dennis Rader (“Bind, Torture, Kill”). In addition, Bonn examines the criminal profiling techniques used by law enforcement professionals to identify and apprehend serial predators, he discusses the various behaviors—such as the charisma of the sociopath— that manifest themselves in serial killers, and he explains how and why these killers often become popular cultural figures.
Groundbreaking in its approach, Why We Love Serial Killers is a compelling look at how the media, law enforcement agencies, and public perception itself shapes and feeds the “monsters” in our midst.
What does it being an entrepreneur mean to you?
Financial security? Freedom to call the shots? Innovate? Expand into new products and markets? Sell to the highest bidder and buy an island in the sun? “Live the dream?”
Join host Hanna Hasl-Kelchner explore the magical and elusive mix of skills called entrepreneurship that can't be bottled or stuffed into a spreadsheet with serial entrepreneur and blu Cigs founder, Jason Healy.
Discover the business principles he applied to transform his 2009 dream of an electronic cigarette into the number one electronic cigarette in the US and a $135 million buyout by a Big Tobacco company in 2012, plus the down to earth advice he has for entrepreneurs like you to achieve more business success.
Jason’s Twitter profile says he is an aspiring recluse. As a result, it’s a great privilege and honor to have him share his wisdom and entrepreneurial insights on Business Confidential.
This program is proudly sponsored by the Legal Leverage® Academy, a division of Business M.O., LLC.
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