Murder in Newtown - Sandy Hook Elementary - The Alex Jones Deposition
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Newtown shootings of 2012, also called Sandy Hook School shooting, mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 14, 2012, that left 28 people dead and 2 injured. In addition to the shooter, 18 children and 6 adults died at Sandy Hook School and 2 children died at a nearby hospital, making it one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history.  In March 2018, six families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, as well as an FBI agent who responded to the attack, filed a defamation lawsuit in Bridgeport Superior Court in Connecticut against Alex Jones who runs the website InfoWars,2 for his role in spreading conspiracy theories about the shooting. --- Support this podcast:
Police Academy Podcast
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Terence Herrick
The Four Most Common Police Agency Disqualifications and How to Beat Them
4 Police Hiring DQs: Learn How to Tell Your Story Drugs:  Credit: Arrests: Tattoos: Make sure you check out the membership.  Support our LEOs and give them a voice for less than a cup of starbucks a month!!! Connect with our other members and your truly! Get our limited edition tumbler Get free stuff! Badge Life T-Shirt Giveaway winners!  Jordan West Alec Handley Michael Babineaux Meredith Hooks Morgan Wilson  David King Kevin holzmiller Joshua Allen Montgomery  Michael Santana  Christian Tilman Jonathan Make 4 Police Hiring DQs: Learn How to Tell Your Story Everyone has a unique case, but the response is always the same. If I’ve answered an email by sending you to this episode, you should listen to it because I created it just for you. Answering specific scenarios is NOT necessary. This is the answer!  In regard to: Drugs Credit Arrests The Hard Line: Are you disqualified?  Look up the department’s hiring requirements and policy If that doesn’t answer the question, call them and ask If no concrete answer, then it’s not a formal DQ The soft line: Can you get hired?  OWN YOUR PAST!!!!! We all make mistakes. This builds maturity and wisdom! Why are you a better person now because of your past mistakes? What did they tech you? How can you help others who are still stuck in that place? Time is your friend: you need a solid track record of better decisions Evidence of a changed life Tattoos:   “Hello,    I am 32 years old and want to attend our local college police academy.  The biggest worry I have becoming a police officer is not being able to find a job due to my tattoos.  I have many in which none are offensive however, some are located on my hands and neck.  I would love to hear your opinion on this or others that have the same issues. I dont believe this says anything about who I am and know that they are becoming more accepted.  I thought this would be a great episode idea considering the younger generations that want to go into policing are also covered in tattoos.  Thanks! Michelle Curtis  La Crosse, Wi The Hard Line: Are you disqualified?  Look up the department’s hiring requirements and policy If that doesn’t answer the question, call them and ask If no concrete answer, then it’s not a formal DQ Tats, facial hair, unique hair styles are all becoming more common and accepted.  Tats do say something about you. (Moana)  Be prepared to tell your story How did those times in your life shape who you are today for the better? Hair: This is something you can control now. You should look the part in this category, even if it’s not your style exactly. Look clean and professional, period. Ultimately, your story is yours alone. Be honest, own your past, and sell yourself as a candidate using those tattoos you’ve collected along the way.
30 min
Crawlspace Media
47: Once Upon a Midnight Dreary, w/ Sparrow’s Song.
Before we begin our festivities, listen up. We’ve got a real live stalker on our hands over here at incel. More on that soon, we’re closing in. For today we have the harrowing, Dickensonian tale of the well-named Sparrow’s Song, a truecel with a tough life and some admirable ambitions. Visit his forum at ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It's finally here, boyos. A new sponsor, and a new solution to some of your deepest woes, perhaps. Check out Sophia, the first companion robot by eMates LLC, by visiting today! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This week's episode is sponsored by Boston Green Health (@BGreenHealth), New England's most trusted brand for premier CBD products. Visit and get 20% off your next order by using code INCEL20 at checkout! —————————————————————————— INCEL is created and produced by Naama Kates for Crawlspace Media. Music by Cyrus Melchor. “What Comes Next” by Lin-Manuel Miranda for Hamilton: An American Musical, performed by Jonathan Groff, courtesy of Atlantic Records. —————————————————————————— If you or someone you know is struggling emotionally, or having a hard time, please call someone, or contact one of the excellent resources provided below. —————————————————————————— Suicide Prevention Lifeline w: t: 1.800.273.8255 —————————————————————————— Light Upon Light (with Parallel Networks) e: t: 1.202.486.8633 —————————————————————————— Please contact Naama at INCEL with any comments, inquiries, or just random thoughts: e: --- Support this podcast:
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