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tv   Counting the Cost 2019 Ep 16  Al Jazeera  April 20, 2019 12:32pm-1:01pm +03

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my wallet my phone laptop under my pillow whenever you know i went to bed and. i have had a very tense relationship with my mom in the past but i am revealing that. mom has given me more than a few chances and i have let her down more than a few times more. in. a few days ago mail stole some precious and irreplaceable things from a house that i was looking after and for me it really gutted me at that particular time she'd stolen lots of things before in the past but that particular creation it was mother's day and we'd been out for a lovely lunch but that not when i went off to work she came back to the house and and took those things and with it my trust. she stole the trust that other people hurting me and that was really really tough and i went into a bit of a spiral myself at that point. you. have done
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a lot of personal growth. my self-esteem was shocking like in my and i'm pretty good now. i was six when i was actually be used effect that had on my life. was like devastating. my dad wanted to buy my mom's flat out and i did not believe me which was really hard and then my parents actually got divorced not long after that i don't even know if the abuse affected me as much as not being believed. i went from happy go to a really i started to possibly i know up to a little fat kid and i just saw everyone loved me because they had to love me. i feel a lot of her grit and shine around but i didn't believe becky when she told me she was. sexual abuse as
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a young child i had no reason to believe that that could possibly happen you know i just didn't know it was very annoying if i do wonder if. we as parents had. believed to earlier and acted on that that maybe just maybe it would have gone as badly as it has. if i could trying one thing in my life and hers i would go back and fix that and make sure never have a. figurehead and being six i'm sure her life would have been better she wouldn't hang around with the paper she did. such a life self-worth or i was unlovable i didn't really get to do things that sixteen year olds did because of my involvement we've have a pretty violent relationship. i think he was attracted to volunteer people to protect us because on lot of warm person and all the so i didn't protect i have one
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hundred percent easy go against them. for sorts of things so from justifying stealing a car. to just find them to give me money. so i'll go to jail i would use that against the law this is your fault. she's broken into my house at least fifty times just all and to get into the house she's broken windows she proclaimed locks she was going through walls we spent about ten grand on the ground floor to put security screens on doors and all the windows windows put a four thousand dollars camera system in we put blotched a lot up and not just horrendous called when he noises when. it's just which is bad news all around. security screen that day put on
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how. to see that one's yard bunch bulletproofing yet owns a fairly our own anyway and then a moaning because stone for me i have these is to my one hundred thousand possibly more is actually that the door to my bedroom so i used to have a case of that but i've broken through the interior walls of the house everyone in our family has got a cave lock on the door because i had. a deadlock and it came up the deadlock came up because i had actually. broken into everybody's rooms. i would pick the lock but then also i. i cut through the possible order from one room into the other room yes. it's a killer drug. oh really.
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who's what it's all made me look good i'll be very happy with it or. my sister was side me she refused to come to the giles the last couple of. i was in she'd had a gutful. and sorry she wrote me a letter she said you know you are not the only person that's been abused you're not the only person that's had trauma yes i feel for you and yes it sucks but you actually in a just get over it because you can't do it nice and are all i really can't keep doing this anymore there's no point holding on to it and maybe in your victim of it because it was actually destroying my life. women's prisons are filled with stories of people. like me. people that have had trauma. abuse really violent relationships. and
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like and i said to the girls actually this awesome i said you know we're actually pretty lucky that we get to jail because a lot of women die and even get he a lot of women. killed through to mystic ballance a lot of women are broke and and are in prison in their own house. for me. it's really sad and i could actually very sad to think that. that we end up. in prison after such a dick. you know. mine inspector how are you getting here next week so i really need to find a job so i have decided to be proactive have you guys we're looking for anyone or i
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think we actually like a cool site worked in back and i have never worked with me and not so well to the bank so. it would please don't know how suicidal i am right here right after the so so it's a really good way because now they are literally i mean for me and i can't i so this thing is we have actually just had good criminal history. being released from prison so i'm still claims i haven't used in seven months so for me. this is about getting back on my feet and that's my story so if you would like to have think about it that would be religious i'm going to give you a trial ok fabulous thank you think her take a saying was nice to meet you. thank you.
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i'm having a trial the book is to die. i'll do fine i'd like a week people. up and when you're still in. school but if i'd like to learn women coming out of prison do you find it hard to find jobs because a lot of people do do police checks but i think that if you opt from honest about it first that people give you a guy i mean won't do stupid things sorry i feel like everyone deserves a second chance by. ten cents train thank you. she looks great she's very friendly and to be honest i don't really care about people's history i care about what they're going to do with us in the future. i feel regret getting the job so amazing. are just like there's a lot of why i lifted. my boss is amazing.
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fabulous she has given me the chance to really have a new life. that he has been convicted of morbid driving you. know drive and twenty forty. so i'll be almost sixty but i can get my license back. my driving record is horrendous so i've lost my license about eleven times for this is suspended from spinning away in pay ply it's pretty radical stuff when i was writing to my mind thirty one so i chose about twenty eight probably really about is horrendous driving record and then i got done driving under the influence the into a myth. i mean so i. was picked up five times that.
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i have to go to court at the end of january today becky is going to see her lawyer big he's facing four charges related to driving while disqualified and two called take a drive provides which by sickly manes that you driving a stolen vehicle or your passenger one what a different place to make since but he's been released in november she hasn't committed any more offenses the offense is we're dealing with actually like two before she was incarcerated the last time so there is potential that i could go back to jail. that's that's a certainly a real possibility you have been in jail on a thing for. me so very similar offenses to what you plead guilty for on this occasion so that there is a. big he knows going back to prison would just be absolutely horrific for. sending him back to jail again is going to be another band-aid it's not going to help the
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long term in fact it's just going to make her career prospects and her chance of fitting in society much less successful. meanwhile transponding received some good news. today i'm moving into my new hire you it's a dream come true. what a journey not to come out white. a. chapter in my life is absolutely it's only good things can come from here i've got such a good feeling but such
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a good feeling. it's given me hives. so i thought i've made up of at least just everything that i could've drain and it was absolutely everything. thank you. but i'd like to share my emotions but i just couldn't hold back the tears it was just. space. since you know i could i felt. i belonged that i belonged if you could imagine that. there. might be feeling fairly. you know what the
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outcome's going to behave life. great to. have dropped. i am pleading guilty to one draw a lot of school thought and one stealing and my vehicle. today's offenses happened before i went to prison so i happened early my son from a guy back to prison would be devastating. i caught a baxley imagine that like i actually cannot even think about that because for me it's not an option i am not a menace to society anymore. i say that how you feeling. a little bit anxious. as i think. will be good but is aware. that. she's worked so hard this time to try and show off
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the good do the stuff i believe five is for the government and cause russian because it's not going to help. just bright to solve. everything lovely thinking welcome to the safety and well you think. i received intensive corrections or else a twelve months if i step out of line i'll be going straight back to jail. so i'm not going to jail so i know r.j. old enough that's i. know nothing so he can shut it down. now from the failed very good. luck.
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speak your are cut your throat muslim bag tells his life story and his life changing experience at guantanamo bay. it was. those are. the confession a witness documentary on al-jazeera. the u.s. president pledges his support to libyan warlord only for half top who is fighting to take control of tripoli from the internationally recognized government. in jordan this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up democratic presidential candidate elizabeth warren calls for the impeachment of donald trump a day after the public release of the report. caught in the crossfire a journalist
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a shot dead by a gunman during rioting in northern ireland plus we look at how flooding in iran is draining two and a half billion dollars from its economy. this president donald trump has offered support to the libyan warlord i leave i have to on a phone call he's been leading a military campaign against the un recognized government in the country from praise tough tough fighting what he called terrorism and securing libya's oil all its forces launched an offensive three weeks ago to take the capital tripoli where the un recognized government is based mike hanna has more now from washington d.c. . one must remember that two weeks ago the secretary of state or sharply criticizing huffed and his forces for their latest offensive and certainly this is now a massive turnaround with the president. after and effectively giving him support
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and praising him thanking him for his efforts against terror and also thanking him for what the white house describes as protecting libya's oil resources now the internationally recognized government in tripoli regard this as a theft of libya's oil resources so certainly this is a very puzzling question a very puzzling turn around why it's being kept quiet for the week well there was a u.n. security council meeting thursday in which to everybody surprise the u.s. refused to back a resolution introduced by the u.k. asking for a cease fire in tripoli in libya there by agreeing with the russians who had objected to the resolution because it mentioned have to his forces by name as the aggressors in the conflict so that was perhaps an indication that was the first sign that there has been a shift in u.s. policy not even a shift
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a complete somersault from posing afters forces to now apparently siding with egypt saudi arabia and the u.a.e. in supporting the huffed initiative our correspondent in tripoli the one who has been following developments. people here seem to be angry about this support from president to have to especially those demonstrators whole took to the streets today and to diminish squares in civil cities and the worst of libya especially in the capital tripoli and the city of misrata the major cities in the west of libya they say that there is some kind of contradiction in the american situation towards libya specially they were happy when the state secretary mike pompeo in an interview in a television interview said that must set down and must stop the military
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escalation on tripoli but when they heard that there is support to from president trump to have to via this call and it kind of get to have to take here or are you doing well people here have become very angry this say that they're wondering whether or not there is more important than people's blood here. over two hundred people were killed since have to launch at this military offensive on tripoli on april fourth many of them are innocent civilians women and children are now to be continuing fallout from the public release of the mother report the u.s. department of justice has dismissed a subpoena from congress democrats requesting an uncensored copy of the report or a doctored version was released on thursday can really help get us more now from washington. as u.s. president donald trump arrived fur golf game at his club in florida back in
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washington democratic members of congress renewed demands and issued a subpoena for an unproductive version of special counsel robert muller's report by may first on a working visit to northern ireland during a congressional recess nancy pelosi the top democrat in the u.s. house of representatives again play down talk of impeaching the president that this time she didn't rule it out the congress of the united states will honor its oath of office to protect and defend the constitution of the united states to protect our democracy we believe that the first article article one the legislative branch has a responsibility of oversight of our democracy and we will exercise that the conclusion of congressional democrats after reading what they call the selectively redacted four hundred forty eight page report is that while the special counsel declined to prosecute a sitting president did call on congress to investigate whether trump obstructed
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justice and tried to stop the investigation into russian interference in the twenty sixteen u.s. election on friday morning trump tweeted using profanity he lashed out at recollections of his statements in the report calling the fabricated and the investigation an illegal hoax congressional republicans are promising their own investigation into whether law enforcement agencies like the f.b.i. may have exercised political bias to destroy trump's presidency democrats have announced they will hold a conference call on monday to discuss next steps this is far from being over and i'm sure that the house and the senate oversight committees are going to be looking at every piece in turning everything because just looking in the special counsel looked at. the possibility of impeachment i think everything's on the table and. this is not the end of anything but what happens next is now in the hands of
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congressional democrats newly empowered by the special counsel to act potentially dictating not only the terms of transfer mating time in office but also whether he might win reelection the twenty twenty presidential race can really help get al-jazeera washington. the first democrat to declare for the twenty twenty us presidential race is calling for donald trump to be impeached senator elizabeth warren says the house of representatives should begin proceedings that position is different to that of several other leading party figures who believe the process could be counterproductive particularly during an election campaign robert ray is a former us independent counsel the previous title to robert miller's position he says impeachment proceedings during an election could be difficult. now with the release of the redacted report it appears as if it's certainly possible that the position of the democrats may well change i don't think that they have too long
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before they have to decide one way or the other whether they're going to be commencing impeachment proceedings and of course weighed against that is the fact that the presidential election in the united states is now just eighteen months away it's an obviously difficult thing to be conducting an impeachment inquiry in the middle of a presidential election cycle and also one of the things that may happen as soon as next week once as expected joe biden is likely to enter the presidential race the first question he's going to be asked as the likely front runner just as a list of if warren was asked is the question about whether or not he supports an effort in the house of representatives to commence impeachment proceedings over the course of the next eighteen months experience on the last time the united states went through this process was now twenty years ago during the impeachment of president bill clinton who as you know was impeached by the house of representatives but acquitted in the united states senate following
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a trial. the difficulty of impeachment in the united states is that it necessarily requires a two thirds vote which means that both parties have to support it in order for it to be successful there is no current indication that republicans support an impeachment effort and so that effort ultimately would be doomed to failure at least if the objective is to remove the president from office however that may not be the only objective obviously an impeachment proceeding is damaging to the president's reelection prospects and republicans will go to great lengths i suspect in the near term to avoid and try to prevent that from happening. a vigil has been held for a journalist. and politicians from all sides in the region which is part of. the killing. twenty nine years old larry mckee was
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a rising star in journalism she just signed a book deal and had a promising future instead she's the latest victim in northern ireland's long running conflict. after police raided a property in london. as it's commonly known more than fifty petrol bombs were thrown at police and several hijacked. the key was watching events and in the hours before her death tweeted diary tonight absolute madness. the journalist was standing close to a policeman. and she was hit she was taken to hospital where she died we believe to be a terrorist act. very violent as republicans. are sas men of this time would be the. most likely to be the ones. primary line of inquiry overnight. to try to piece together the events that led up to her. earlier this
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year the new ira was blamed for a car bomb attack. it also claimed responsibility for sending parcel bombs the killing of the journalist to shock the community and devastated have friends and. our hopes and dreams of her amazing potential. act. this cannot stand britain's prime minister to reason that the murder was shocking and truly senseless condemnation to from the leaders of northern ireland's biggest political parties this is a tragic loss of a young life and our hearts are broken for although all those i'm concerned those people who carried out this and this attack have no place in society those people who carried out this attack do not have any support those people who carried out this attack have attacked all of us they've attacked the community they've attacked the people of dari they've attacked the peace process and they've attacked the good friday agreement of course violence criminality terrorism was always wrong and is
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still wrong today and twenty nine chain we can damage wholeheartedly we hope that everyone will work in london derry and indeed further failed with the play service to give them all the support that they need many people in northern ireland to concerns about the when you ballance in derry and what led to it there were many tributes being paid to lehr mckay all praising her as a seeker of the truth emma heywood al-jazeera. will break here not just iraq when we come back spying allegations turkey arrest two suspects accused of working for the u.a.e. plus under pressure we'll examine the rising suicide rate among french police officers more nuts than.


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