Produced by Josh Gelman When the body of 16-year-old Jchandra Brown was found deep in the woods of Payson Canyon, Utah, in 2017, authorities thought the scene initially looked like a clear-cut case of suicide; it was anything but that. There were clues that something wasn't right. Nearby, police found a note. "It says, 'My name's Jchandra Brown and I hated my life,'" Utah County Sheriff's Detective Quin Fackrell tells CBS News correspondent David Begnaud. "'Watch the video. It's on my phone.'" Brown's phone, also found nearby, contained a 10-minute video of her suicide that was recorded by someone she knew. They also found two grocery bags, one of which had a receipt for rope purchased with a debit card belonging to Tyerell Przybycien. As police continued searching the area where Brown was found, Przybycien walked up. "He introduces himself to me as Tyerell Przybycien," recalls Sgt. Josh Chappell. "And he goes, 'I think you want to talk to me. I need to tell you the whole story.'" … [Read more...] about Should a Utah teen who recorded his friend’s suicide be held responsible for her death?
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By Karen Guregian | [email protected] | Boston HeraldMarch 9, 2019 at 3:00 pm Five of the past six years, the Patriots signed at least one free agent who proved to be impactful during his run in New England. Stephon Gilmore (2017), Chris Hogan (2016), Dion Lewis (2015), Darrelle Revis (2014) and Danny Amendola (2013) are among the best pickups by Bill Belichick and the Patriots braintrust. Last year didn’t produce a breakout performer. But the end game still saw the Patriots win a Super Bowl, their sixth overall. On the eve of the two-day tampering window opening, with NFL free agency officially set to follow at 4 p.m. Wednesday, what’s the forecast for the Patriots this year? Following the release of Dwayne Allen last week, Belichick has roughly $24 million in cap space to play with. None of that was tied up with a franchise tag for any of the top candidates, be it defensive end Trey Flowers, offensive lineman Trent Brown or kicker Stephen Gostkowski. That … [Read more...] about On the eve of free agency, who might the Patriots target?
INTELLIGENCE MATTERS - DAVID CHARNEY CORRESPONDENT: MICHAEL MORELLPRODUCER: OLIVIA GAZISMICHAEL MORELL:David, welcome to the show. Thanks for being with us. I think our listeners are in for a fascinating and interesting discussion today.DAVID CHARNEY:Thank you.MICHAEL MORELL: David, I think the place to start is to ask how did you, a psychiatrist in private practice, get interested in the psychology of espionage? And how did you develop your expertise in that area?DAVID CHARNEY:Well, I think it starts in my service in the United States Air Force during the time of Vietnam, where was I was stationed for my second year at Andrew's Air Force Base and saw a number of people from a few intel agencies, like NSA. That put the bug in me of interest in the whole world of intelligence. When I got out I thought, "Wouldn't it be neat to see if I could become a consultant to a nearby intelligence agency?" Since I was moving to Northern Virginia, it would be CIA.I asked for an application form. It … [Read more...] about Transcript: David Charney talks with Michael Morell on “Intelligence Matters”
If Bohemian Rhapsody can win best drama at the Golden Globes, who knows what will happen at the Oscars.Oscars 2019 starts giving out gold statues of men on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 5 p.m. PT. Black Panther, BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Favourite, Green Book, Roma, A Star is Born and Vice are all up for best picture.With their 10 nominations each, the frontrunners are looking like Roma and The Favourite, but if the Academy decides to make a surprise selection (Moonlight had the most dramatic surprise win) Bohemian Rhapsody and the rest might be in with a chance.It's equally tight in the best director, best actor and best actress categories, with a few little details that could sway the vote in a big way.Here are the nominees we think will most likely win best picture, director, actor and actress. Now playing: Watch this: Oscars 2019: How to write the perfect speech and go viral 4:15 Best picture 1. Roma: Based off its recent BAFTA wins in both the best picture and best … [Read more...] about Oscars 2019 predictions: Who will win best picture, best director, best actor, best actress
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Ty Burr and Janice Page Globe Staff February 14, 2019 One of the most nominated studios is a streaming service. A year that saw any number of good movies from women directors produced nominations for none. The best picture winner may be a black-and-white foreign film. And no one knows what the hell is happening with the ceremonies.This isn’t your mother’s Oscars. It isn’t anybody’s Oscars. When the 91st annual Academy Awards are broadcast from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles next Sunday, they will be hostless and a strict three hours long, with four categories ignominiously shunted to the commercial breaks. The eight best picture nominees include two box-office blockbusters (including the first comic-book movie ever nominated), a rock biopic, a political biopic, a Spike Lee joint, a piece of British royalty Oscar bait except it’s … [Read more...] about The Oscars: Who’ll win, who should win, who shouldn’t