Videos Discussing Psychopathy - Jim Clemente, Profiler

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H-kqge said:
hiker said:
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H-kqge said:
What's the deal with the host? She keeps talking about "the problem I have with..." in every video. I hear more from her than him! PLEASE, LET THE EXPERT SPEAK MORE.
Yeah, like I said, she is such a put-off. She can't even talk coherently. It's painful to listen to her.
It's almost like she is there to "downplay" Clemente's contribution with her comments and demeanor.
I know what you mean. I'm trying not to be cynical anymore but still... btw, did you notice that she's the producer? And the way she poses a question, sort of answers it, then poses another with her opinions (who the heck cares?) tucked in... and he responds with "well let's just go back for a minute." Thankfully he's very clear-headed (probably dealt with "wafflers" aplenty lol) & bats her nonsense away with ease. I want her to go off on holiday or something, bring back the other dude (one of the earlier videos posted over on the Clemente thread) that stood in for her, he was tolerable.
I found her stance very annoying and distracting as well. At first I thought she might've just been playing devil's advocate but usually people make that known up front. Surely, she can't believe that people who do sick things will always be brought to justice. She hosts a law show, for Christ sakes. She kept saying that she was no expert. So she should've known better, shut her mouth and let the expert speak.
 

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I know what you mean. I'm trying not to be cynical anymore but still... btw, did you notice that she's the producer? And the way she poses a question, sort of answers it, then poses another with her opinions (who the heck cares?) tucked in... and he responds with "well let's just go back for a minute." Thankfully he's very clear-headed (probably dealt with "wafflers" aplenty lol) & bats her nonsense away with ease. I want her to go off on holiday or something, bring back the other dude (one of the earlier videos posted over on the Clemente thread) that stood in for her, he was tolerable.
Thanks for pointing out her being the producer also, I missed that tidbit. I haven’t watched all of the Clemente videos yet, a more courteous and thoughtful host (as you mentioned, thankfully Clemente can handle the ”misdemeanor” with ease) would certainly be welcome.

Someone like the people on the Sott talk radio team. ;)
 

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hiker said:
Laura said:
H-kqge said:
What's the deal with the host? She keeps talking about "the problem I have with..." in every video. I hear more from her than him! PLEASE, LET THE EXPERT SPEAK MORE.
Yeah, like I said, she is such a put-off. She can't even talk coherently. It's painful to listen to her.
It's almost like she is there to "downplay" Clemente's contribution with her comments and demeanor.
I had the same idea, hiker.

Besides, what the host said at times wasn't even true. There were facts in the Allen's case. Vanity Fair devoted quite some pages to the topic and explained why Dylan Farrow was speaking the truth.
Also, what she said about girls all coming forward together (paraphrasing) and lying about sexual abuse didn't apply to that case of that young woman that had been abused by her woman teacher. Only one more victim came forward.

I also thought she was being the devil's advocate, but then I changed my mind, also because of the expression on her face. I don't know, she seems arrogant and she wants to make her point, but she is far from knowledgeable. I thought she was a lawyer? She certainly doesn't act like one.
 

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Mariama said:
hiker said:
Laura said:
H-kqge said:
What's the deal with the host? She keeps talking about "the problem I have with..." in every video. I hear more from her than him! PLEASE, LET THE EXPERT SPEAK MORE.
Yeah, like I said, she is such a put-off. She can't even talk coherently. It's painful to listen to her.
It's almost like she is there to "downplay" Clemente's contribution with her comments and demeanor.
I had the same idea, hiker.

Besides, what the host said at times wasn't even true. There were facts in the Allen's case. Vanity Fair devoted quite some pages to the topic and explained why Dylan Farrow was speaking the truth.
Also, what she said about girls all coming forward together (paraphrasing) and lying about sexual abuse didn't apply to that case of that young woman that had been abused by her woman teacher. Only one more victim came forward.

I also thought she was being the devil's advocate, but then I changed my mind, also because of the expression on her face. I don't know, she seems arrogant and she wants to make her point, but she is far from knowledgeable. I thought she was a lawyer? She certainly doesn't act like one.
Yes. If I remeber correctly she stated that she is a lawyer in one of those videos(?).
 

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From The Huffington Post:

Allison Hope Weiner was a Century City entertainment litigator before she began writing about Hollywood as a journalist. A graduate of Columbia University and the University of Southern California Law Center, she joined the legendary firm of Wyman, Bautzer -- where she represented entertainers and corporate media clients. After leaving Wyman and spending four years at another West Side law firm, Ms. Weiner began writing freelance articles about the business of entertainment for Los Angeles Magazine, George, Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide and Buzz. Hired by Entertainment Weekly in 2001, she covered the industry for five years, writing cover stories and features, and reporting many articles for the magazine’s must-read annual Power List. Ms. Weiner landed exclusives such as an interview with James Gandolfini during his contentious contract dispute with HBO over “The Sopranos”; the only print interview with Paul Reubens after his plea deal for possession of child pornography; and access to the personal files of Bonnie Lee Bakeley, the actor Robert Blake’s slain wife, for a piece about how Bakeley’s obsession with celebrities led to her death. Weiner left Entertainment Weekly as a senior writer in 2005 to report for The New York Times, beginning with a Styles section profile of the legendary Hollywood lawyer Bert Fields, a subject of the Pellicano investigation. For the past few years she has written about the investigation into Anthony Pellicano, landed an exclusive interview with Mel Gibson and delved behind the scenes in Hollywood to write revealing stories about the drug use and untimely death of the model-turned-bounty hunter Domino Harvey and the criminal investigation into the turbulent world of the Los Angeles paparazzi.
It seems Ms Allison Hope knows well the show business and doesn't want to have Woody Allen as an enemy.. (Apart from her big ego) She also seems to be surprised that Clemente is so well documented and is difficult to play with, that would explain her constant interferences.
 

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Leonarda said:
From The Huffington Post:

Allison Hope Weiner was a Century City entertainment litigator before she began writing about Hollywood as a journalist. A graduate of Columbia University and the University of Southern California Law Center, she joined the legendary firm of Wyman, Bautzer -- where she represented entertainers and corporate media clients. After leaving Wyman and spending four years at another West Side law firm, Ms. Weiner began writing freelance articles about the business of entertainment for Los Angeles Magazine, George, Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide and Buzz. Hired by Entertainment Weekly in 2001, she covered the industry for five years, writing cover stories and features, and reporting many articles for the magazine’s must-read annual Power List. Ms. Weiner landed exclusives such as an interview with James Gandolfini during his contentious contract dispute with HBO over “The Sopranos”; the only print interview with Paul Reubens after his plea deal for possession of child pornography; and access to the personal files of Bonnie Lee Bakeley, the actor Robert Blake’s slain wife, for a piece about how Bakeley’s obsession with celebrities led to her death. Weiner left Entertainment Weekly as a senior writer in 2005 to report for The New York Times, beginning with a Styles section profile of the legendary Hollywood lawyer Bert Fields, a subject of the Pellicano investigation. For the past few years she has written about the investigation into Anthony Pellicano, landed an exclusive interview with Mel Gibson and delved behind the scenes in Hollywood to write revealing stories about the drug use and untimely death of the model-turned-bounty hunter Domino Harvey and the criminal investigation into the turbulent world of the Los Angeles paparazzi.
It seems Ms Allison Hope knows well the show business and doesn't want to have Woody Allen as an enemy.. (Apart from her big ego) She also seems to be surprised that Clemente is so well documented and is difficult to play with, that would explain her constant interferences.
Very interesting, Leonarda, thanks.
She managed to get the only print interview with someone who made a plea deal for possession of child pornography?? An interview with Mel Gibson? I don't know, but after reading this article I think that she is an unsavoury character (at best).

Added: Didn't Hope read Clemente's bio?

_http://criminalminds.wikia.com/wiki/James_T._Clemente

He is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of Sex Crimes Investigations, Sex Offender Behavior, Child Sexual Victimization, and Child Pornography. Clemente has investigated and consulted on thousands of cases involving the violent and sexual crimes, sexual victimization of children, and he has interviewed hundreds of victims and offenders. He has also testified as an expert witness and lectured on these topics across the country and around the world.

Before he joined the FBI, he headed the Child Sex Crimes Prosecution Team in Bronx County for the New York City Law Department.

Clemente did undercover work that led to the incarceration of a prolific child sex offender, a teacher and CYO Camp Director who had molested dozens of children including Clemente. As a result of this work, Clemente was recruited into the FBI.
 

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Mariama said:
Added: Didn't Hope read Clemente's bio?

_http://criminalminds.wikia.com/wiki/James_T._Clemente

He is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of Sex Crimes Investigations, Sex Offender Behavior, Child Sexual Victimization, and Child Pornography. Clemente has investigated and consulted on thousands of cases involving the violent and sexual crimes, sexual victimization of children, and he has interviewed hundreds of victims and offenders. He has also testified as an expert witness and lectured on these topics across the country and around the world.

Before he joined the FBI, he headed the Child Sex Crimes Prosecution Team in Bronx County for the New York City Law Department.

Clemente did undercover work that led to the incarceration of a prolific child sex offender, a teacher and CYO Camp Director who had molested dozens of children including Clemente. As a result of this work, Clemente was recruited into the FBI.
I am afraid she has, because in the video where Hope and Clemente are talking about Michael Jackson's victims that appeared AFTER his death she asks Clemente (min.23 aprox) "Do you just generally, automatically kind of believe them (the victim) in this situation (after the pedophiles death) because of your personal experience?" :thdown:
 

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Considering Jim Clemete's profiler work on Amanda Knox and Jodi Arias, I would be interested in his analysis of a developing situation with Miranda Barbour, dubbed by the local Press along with her newly married Husband, the “Craigslist Thrill-Killers" in a November 12, 2013 killing. In a statement, they claimed they went out to eat to celebrate after the killing. Miranda Barbour is again in the New's claiming "I've killed before" more than 20 times and claiming to be part of a Satanic Cult.

_http://wnep.com/2014/02/16/murder-suspect-miranda-barbour-ive-killed-before/

SUNBURY – The story of the alleged “Craigslist Thrill-Killers” in Northumberland County is getting even more bizarre. One of the suspects accused of stabbing to death a man in Sunbury told a newspaper reporter she’s killed before, more than 20 times.

Elytte and Miranda Barbour are accused of luring Troy LaFerrara, 42, through an ad on Craigslist, then stabbing him to death, just so they could kill someone together.

LaFerrara’s body was found in Sunbury on November 12 of last year.

Francis Scarcella of The Daily Item newspaper in Sunbury is one of the reporters who has been covering the case since the beginning. For over a month, he’s tried to interview Miranda Barbour in jail. On Friday he got his interview.

“Miranda had sent me a letter and said she wanted to speak,” Scarcella said.

Scarcella and Barbour met inside the Northumberland County Prison. Scarcella came prepared with questions and Barbour had a lot to say.

“She said she has done this before. I said ‘what’s the actual number?’ She said ‘under 100,’” Scarcella said.

Scarcella said Barbour told him she stopped counting at 22 murders. According to Scarcella, Barbour claimed she is involved in Satanism.

But just how sincere is Miranda Barbour?

“She was very meek, very mild. She was very low-voiced. She never hesitated once. She never gave the impression this was a rehearsal,” said Scarcella.

Scarcella said Barbour told him she is ready to speak with police about her other victims.

“I said, ‘Miranda, as you sit here do you have any remorse?’ She said ‘none,’” Scarcella said.

So far none of Barbour’s claims have been verified by police. Sunbury police said they are investigating and have been in contact with law enforcement agencies in other states.


Also here: (Notice in this photo, she looks different than in her arrest photo in the first link)
_http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/16/miranda-barbour-accused-craigslist-killer-confession-report_n_4797592.html

SUNBURY, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania woman charged along with her newlywed husband in the murder of a man they met through Craigslist admitted to the slaying in a jailhouse interview with a newspaper and said she has killed more than 20 others across the country, claims police said they are investigating.

In an interview with the Daily Item in Sunbury, Pa., 19-year-old Miranda Barbour said she wants to plead guilty to killing Troy LeFerrara in November. She also said in the interview that she has killed at least 22 other people from Alaska to North Carolina in the last six years as part of her involvement in a satanic cult.
“I feel it is time to get all of this out. I don’t care if people believe me. I just want to get it out,” Barbour told the newspaper for a story published Saturday night (http://bit.ly/1gN81z3).

Sunbury police Chief Steve Mazzeo told the newspaper that investigators have been in contact with the FBI and law enforcement in several other states.

“From information we gathered and from information gathered from her interview we are seriously concerned and have been in contact with the proper authorities,” Mazzeo said.

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Barbour and her husband, 22-year-old Elytte Barbour. Authorities said Miranda Barbour, a petite woman with long brown hair, told investigators she met the 6-foot-2, 278-pound victim after he responded to her Craigslist ad offering companionship for money.

Police allege in court papers that Elytte Barbour told investigators they committed the crime because they wanted to kill someone together. The couple, who were married in North Carolina and moved to Pennsylvania about three weeks before the crime, told police Miranda Barbour stabbed LaFerrara in the front seat of her car while her husband held a cord around his neck.

She said in the interview that she doesn’t want to get out of jail and that she would kill again if she were released.

Miranda Barbour offered little detail on the murders she claimed to have participated in in Alaska, Texas, North Carolina and California. She claims she joined a satanic cult in Alaska when she was 13 before moving to North Carolina. Online records for the woman that the newspaper identified as Barbour’s mother show her as having lived in both Alaska and North Carolina.
 

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Leonarda said:
I am afraid she has, because in the video where Hope and Clemente are talking about Michael Jackson's victims that appeared AFTER his death she asks Clemente (min.23 aprox) "Do you just generally, automatically kind of believe them (the victim) in this situation (after the pedophiles death) because of your personal experience?" :thdown:
Yes, I thought that was an outrageous question. But Clemente was recruited into the FBI after his undercover work. Nor NYC law department nor the FBI thought Clemente wouldn't be able to do this kind of work, because he had been a victim. Not only was it a stupid question, it was also an unfeeling response. Just look at his track record, for heaven's sake!
It seems to me that she is defending the (high celeb) pedophile, but I could be wrong.
 

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I've merged the Clemente discussion from the Michael Jackson thread with this one since the topics include numerous cases.
 

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Allison Hope Weiner.
Her last name, imo, suits her to a t. :lol: :lol: :lol:
And Great Caesar, her nasal tone is grating!
 

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Allison Hope Weiner.
Her last name, imo, suits her to a t. :lol: :lol: :lol:
And Great Caesar, her nasal tone is grating!
Yeah that was very noticeable, I didn't want to sound rude but, man! :shock: What's more, her voice is just LOUD. It's as if her Mic is up more than Clemente's, (wouldn't put it past her since she's the producer) the next video I watch of those two I'll refrain from using my earphones. That voice just carries & goes right through me!
 

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H-kqge said:
Redrock12 said:
Allison Hope Weiner.
Her last name, imo, suits her to a t. :lol: :lol: :lol:
And Great Caesar, her nasal tone is grating!
Yeah that was very noticeable, I didn't want to sound rude but, man! :shock: What's more, her voice is just LOUD. It's as if her Mic is up more than Clemente's, (wouldn't put it past her since she's the producer) the next video I watch of those two I'll refrain from using my earphones. That voice just carries & goes right through me!
Well, I must say, I "blinked" that woman from the first time she opened her mouth on the first video I watched, and unfortunately I haven't yet found anything to contradict my first impression.

And frankly, the guy interviewer wasn't much better. It seems to me that for the interviewers, it's more of a game, or something "fun".

For Jim Clemente, it is a deadly serious matter, and he treats it as such. He's razor sharp, focused, very likeable, an excellent speaker, and his story is rather inspiring.

In short, I'd invite Clemente over for dinner and interesting conversation. The other two, em... no.
 

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Arwenn said:
Redrock12 said:
Allison Hope Weiner.
Her last name, imo, suits her to a t. :lol: :lol: :lol:
And Great Caesar, her nasal tone is grating!
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
You have just made my day, Redrock! :lol:

And indeed, mr Scott, I would love to pick Jim Clemente's brain during dinner. But I would also be very content if he was a guest at SOTT talk radio (not putting pressure on you or anything...) :D.
 
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