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79 - Savage: The murder of James Healy

Mens Rea: A true crime podcast

In February of 1996, 16 year old James Healy was found brutally beaten in a field near his home in Tralee. It wouldn't be long before gardai zeroed in on their prime suspect - a 25 year old man diagnosed with anti social personality disorder.  In fact, police feared that he would one day murder.********* Join me at CrimeCon UK on June 12-13th 2020. For more information and tickets visit crimecon.co.uk. Use the code MENSREA for 10% off. Purchase a ticket with the code and get in touch to get a free Mens Rea T-Shirt (limited to first 10 listeners who contact me)********* With thanks to our sponsors for this episode: Sign up for professional online counselling at betterhelp.com/mens and get 10% off your first month! Get 20% your purchase of the new book by Dr Drew Grey, Murder Maps with the code MENSREA by visiting thamesandhudson.com today!  Try the hidden-object mystery game JunesJourney today! Download for free by clicking here or find it on the Apple App Store or Google Play!********* Find us on Facebook or Twitter! With thanks to our supporters on Patreon! Donate today to get access to bonus and ad-free episodes! Check out the Mens Rea Merch Store!********* Theme Music: Quinn’s Song: The Dance Begins Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Additional Music:   Allemande (Sting) by Wahneta Meixsell. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/********* Sources: Dick Hogan, “Passers-by find battered body in Tralee field” in The Irish Times (26 February 1997) p. 5. “Delay in removing body is criticised” in The Irish Times (27 February 1997) p 7. Dick Hogan, “Tanaiste is appalled body was left out for 24 hours” in The Irish Times (28 February 1997) p. 6. Dick Hogan, “Senior gardai rule out drug link with Kerry death” in The Irish Times (3 March 1997) p. 4. “Tralee man is remanded on murder charge” in The Irish Times (24 March 1997) p. 6. “Tralee in fear of man accused of murder, High Court judge told” in The Irish Independent (1 April 1998) p. 4. “Tralee man on trial for murder of youth (16)” in The Irish Times (10 November 1998) p. 4 “Murdered teenager suffered 'litany of injuries' court told” in The Irish Times (11 November 1998) p. 5. “Body find fuelled mother's fears for missing son, murder trial told” in The Irish Times (12 November 1998) p. 10. “Witness says Kerry man told him he had killed teenager” in The Irish Times (13 November 1998) p. 6. “Teenage witness tells of murder secret” in The Irish Times (14 November 1998) p. 4. “Murder trial witness accused of telling a 'pack of lies'” in The Irish Times (17 November 1998) p. 9. “Murder trial witness says he lied to garda” in The Irish Times (18 November 1998) p. 4. “Mother of man charged with murder denies attributing remark to her son” in The Irish Times (20 November 1998) p. 6. “Murder accused 'said he knew who did it'” in The Irish Times (10 December 1998) p. 4. “Victim's short cut home led to death, murder trial told” in The Irish Times (11 December 1998) p. 4. “Accused named body, court told” in The Irish Times (12 December 1998) p. 4. “Doctors tell of tests on accused man” in The Irish Times (17 December 1998) p. 4. “Accused said he killed youth in drugs row, court told” in The Irish Times (18 December 1998) p. 21. “Gardai planned to trap accused, court is told” in The Irish Times (19 December 1998) p. 4. “Murder trial adjourned after juror's wife gives birth” in The Irish Times (12 January 1999) p. 4 “Tralee murder trial hears of letter to gardai” in The Irish Times (14 January 1999) p. 8. “Jury told of a man's murder 'admission'” in The Irish Times (15 January 1999) p. 8. “Murder accused claims gardai said others did it” in The Irish Times (19 January 1999) p. 7 “Man claims gardai used him as a scapegoat” in The Irish Times (20 January 1999) p. 5 “Murder accused denies meeting” in The Irish Times (21 January 1999) p. 21. “Man on trial for murder alleges conspiracy against him” in The Irish Times (22 January 1999) p. 6. Judge warns on result of committing perjury” in The Irish Times (23 January 1999) p. 19 “Defendant bludgeoned deceased to death, says prosecutor” in The Irish Times (26 January 1999) p. 4. “Kerry man 'stitched up' for murder, says counsel” in The Irish Times (27 January 1999) p. 4. “Murder case jury is sent to hotel” in The Irish Times (29 January 1999) p. 6 “Life for man who murderer teenager” in The Irish Times (30 January 1999) p. 4. “Man serving life term loses murder appeal” in The Irish Times (17 July 2001) p. 4. Noel Smith and Stephen Rae, “Young murder victims was horribly beaten” in The Evening Herald (26 February 1997) p. 2. Noel Smith, “Upset as body of murder boy 'left too long'” in The Irish Independent (27 February 1997) p. 3. Noel Smith, “Gardai seek to fill gap in last days of slain youth” in The Irish Independent (28 February 1997) p. 6. Liz Allen, “'Prime suspect' in teenager's murder” in The Sunday Independent (2 March 1997) p. 3. Conor Keane, “Security videos yield important clues in Tralee murder hunt” in The Kerryman (7 March 1997) p. 10 Conor Keane, “Healy murder: witnesses give depositions at Tralee court” in The Kerryman (6 February 1998) p. 8 . “Brothers make grisly find while checking horses” in The Kerryman (13 November 1998) p. 8 “Harbison describes murder crime scene” in The Kerryman (13 November 1998) p. 8 “Healy murder trial could take up to six weeks to reach a verdict” in The Kerryman (13 November 1998) p. 8 “Time of death between 6 and 24 hours prior to gruesome find” in The Kerryman (13 November 1998) p. 8 “Asphyxiation and head injuries cause of Healy death” in The Kerryman (13 November 1998) p. 9 Suzanne MacManus, “Mother denies son told her of body location” in The Irish Independent (20 November 1998) p. 13. Suzanne MacManus, “Jury out for 'trial within a murder trial'” in The Irish Independent (21 November 1998) p. 9. Suzanne MacManus, “Legal argument in teen murder case” in The Irish Independent (2 December 1998) p. 8. “Accused said 'he knew who killed youth'” in The Irish Independent(10 December 1998) p. 11. Suzanne MacManus, “Victim killed 'taking short cut'” in The Irish Independent (11 December 1998) p. 6. “No suitable place to hold murder accused, say doctor” in The Irish Independent (16 December 1998) p. 4. Catherine Halloran, “O'Brien classed mildly mentally handicapped in bid for treatment” in The Kerryman (18 December 1998) p. 8 Catherine Halloran, “Psychiatrist says test found O'Brien of 'lower than average intelligence'” in The Kerryman (18 December 1998) p. 8 Catherine Halloran, “O'Brien 'threatened to decapitate parents'” in The Kerryman (18 December 1998) p. 8 Catherine Halloran, “Court hears murder accused has anti social personality” in The Kerryman (18 December 1998) p. 8 Suzanne MacManus, “Murder accused 'upset at sight of pipe weapon'” in the Irish Independent (13 January e1999) p. 4. Catherine Halloran “Gardai detail reasons for arresting O'Brien ” in The Kerryman (15 January 1999) p. 9 Catherine Halloran, “Absent juror delays trial” in The Kerryman (15 January 1999) p. 9. Catherine Halloran “O'Brien tells court he is a scapegoat for Healy murder ” in The Kerryman (22 January 1999) p. 8 Catherine Halloran “O'Brien conducted own investigation into Tralee murder” in The Kerryman (22 January 1999) p. 9 Catherine Halloran “O'Brien is confident of triumphant homecoming” in The Kerryman (29 January 1999) p. 10 Catherine Halloran “Defence points to a crack of momentous proportions in State's case” in The Kerryman (29 January 1999) p. 10 Catherine Halloran “Dedicated garda team closed net on killer” in The Kerryman (5 February 1999) p. 8

59mins

9 Nov 2020

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The Bald and The Beautiful with James Healy Jr.

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show

Interview: James Healy Jr. joins me to talk about his amazing acting career. Fun stories from the set of Dallas (He knows who shot JR), News Radio (His time with Phil Hartman), Will & Grace (Getting the big laughs with Eric McCormack), Even Stevens (Working with Shia LaBeouf), Walker, Texas Ranger (Teaching Chuck Norris a thing or two) and more!  Our Guest, James Healy Jr.: James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Jameshealyactor James on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jameshealyactor/ IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0372289 Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #IWishMyPhoneWould. Social Media Tip (OK, IOS14 tip): Jeff shares his favorite feature of the new IOS14 update.  Featured on the show: Hashtag Game: #IWishMyPhoneWould Hosted by: https://twitter.com/WKatThomason https://twitter.com/chaconkie Tweets featured on the show: https://twitter.com/mychal3ts/status/1299452330761314304?s=20 https://twitter.com/euflorium/status/1299454166323146755?s=20 https://twitter.com/mina_masters/status/1299456159418638336?s=20 https://twitter.com/Axiomega/status/1299452583707176961?s=20 https://twitter.com/FlindersEmma/status/1299452419793879043?s=20 https://twitter.com/WKatThomason/status/1299451438473465856?s=20 https://twitter.com/bigmacher/status/1299451935620304897?s=20 https://twitter.com/NACalvoWrites/status/1299458193995644928?s=20 https://twitter.com/twiticulture/status/1299453880321716225?s=20 Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! https://twitter.com/HashtagRoundup Download the Hashtag Roundup app at https://app.hashtagroundup.com/ Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmacher The Jeff Dwoskin Show: https://twitter.com/JeffDwoskinShow Podcast website: https://jeffisfunny.com The Jeff Dwoskin Show is available on Amazon Music, Goodpods,  iHeart Radio, Pandora, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and more! 

42mins

21 Sep 2020

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Bad at Sports Episode 301: R. James Healy and Randy Regier

Bad at Sports

This week: A summer double-header! Richard goes to What It Is gallery in Oak Park, Illinois and talks to owners Tom Burtonwood and Holly Holmes and to their most recent artist-in-residence R. James Healy. They talk about the gallery, James' amazing zoetrope AND how he, in his own way, brought Harry Potter to life. Next: Lawyer, collector, and all around great guy Troy Klyber interviews sculptor/toy maker/genius Randy Regier. TWO SHOWS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!

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Leo Villareal Sound Mix by James Healy (Escape Art, Air Texture).

SJMA PodCast

Sound Mix for Leo Villareal at the San Jose Museum of ArtMelodic Shapes by James Healy (Escape Art, Air Texture)Repeating sonic structures, creating melodic shapes, may form iconic pathways into abstract thought.Tracklisting:Loscil "Fern and Robin", Antonio Trinchera "Just To See You Tomorrow", bvdub "I Knew Happiness Once", Mike Chillage & Pentatonik "Hypothermia", Antonio Trinchera "The Wind Make Himself", Schwanbeck "Glow", Aquadorsa "Daylight Fading Into Evening Silence", Ulf Lohmann "Kristall", Antonio Trinchera "Voce Falena", Ulf Lohmann "My Pazifik", John Barry "Out of Africa", Klimek "for Michael Gira and Vladmir Ivanovich", Loscil "Hyphae"Escape Art: The Art of Escape

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