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Jim Can't Swim
In depth analysis of the following police interrogations;1. Michael Dixon2. Shayna Hubers3. Thomas chan
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📣📣If anyone is wondering about the last case, my local news station just posted this an hour ago!!! You can even listen to an audioclip of Lynns 911 call. http://www.google.ca/amp/s/globalnews.ca/news/4735129/thomas-chan-guilty-manslaughter-in-death-of-his-father/amp/ "Thomas Chan, who blamed magic mushrooms for his “unprovoked attack,” has been found guilty of manslaughter and aggravated assault following the death of his father and injuries to his dad’s partner. Justice Cary Boswell rendered the verdict in Peterborough Superior Court on Thursday morning following a trial that began in September. Chan, 21, was arrested and charged with the second-degree murder of Dr. Andrew Chan and attempted murder of Lynne Witteveen following altercations at Dr. Chan’s Haggis Drive house in Peterborough on the night of Dec. 28, 2015. He pleaded not guilty to the charges. This case isn’t about whether Thomas did the crime — he did,” Boswell said in his opening remarks. “It’s about whether Thomas is criminally responsible for what happened.” The trial heard Chan had consumed magic mushrooms and alcohol with friends prior to breaking into his father’s house. Witnesses testified Chan suddenly began calling people “devils” and referred to himself as “God.” A key Crown witness, psychiatrist Philip Klassen, told court it was likely Chan was in a psychotic state due to the drugs but it’s not known exactly how much he ingested. Witteveen testified Chan stabbed his father in the kitchen and then stabbed her in the chest. She got to a bedroom to call 911 and was stabbed again. Court heard she has had eight surgeries, which included the removal of her right eye and sections of her bowels, and hernia repair. She suffered vocal chord paralysis and wounds to her arm and chest which have caused mobility issues. The defence had argued Chan had a long history of concussions from playing high school rugby and grappled with depression and substance abuse. The defence said those factors, along with magic mushrooms, contributed to Chan’s violent outburst but that it was impossible for him to understand what he was doing and the consequences of his actions. The Crown compared Chan to an impaired driver who needs to be held accountable for what happened. Police video showed a calm Chan in custody telling officers the attack was not provoked and he wanted to highlight the risks of concussions and drug use. “Believe me when I say I’m not a bad person and this was a ridiculous, unprovoked attack,” Chan is heard on an audio recording from a police cruiser. Justice Boswell said he had to decide if Chan suffered a mental disorder at the time of the attack, and if so, did it render him incapable of appreciating the nature and consequences of his actions. He said that there was no motive for the attack and that Chan was under the influence of drugs. He noted there was evidence Chan had a mild traumatic brain injury but said there was conflicting testimony on whether someone with a brain injury is more susceptible to the effects of hallucinogenic substances. Boswell said in this case, there was not a sufficient scientific case to say that Chan’s brain injury made him more susceptible to the effects of the magic mushrooms. The case has been adjourned to Jan. 15, 2019 for sentencing." (Source, Global News)
But uh, drugs are totally okay, right guys? Right...? Pot gradually erodes your ability to think rationally (I think care if you're a pot smoker and you disagree, I've witnessed it too many times to pretend it isn't true), shrooms apparently take control of your mind and body and can send you on some uncontrollable trip (so who knows what happens from there), and hard drugs are completely debilitating. I hate how casually people take various drugs, and the worst part is that we're normalizing it more and more. Obviously not everyone's gonna go out there and commit murder when they're high, but whether people want to admit it or not, it does affect how you think. If you're not thinking right, then what have you even got left? I mean, when it comes right down to it, your thoughts are basically who you are.
But why do some people get sent to mental hospitals when they kill people while having a psychosis? I really don't think he know what was happening. He had no control over the substance.
that 911 call was grim as fuck. hearing him yelling at the end was creepy as fuck
Gotta say, that was the most impressive comment I've seen in a while...
🎅📢HoHoHope your ass can afford a good lawyer
I've never known anyone to literally verbalise AKA before today.
bruh. so god. please dont stop
Being interrogated about something serious you didn't do thats a real nightmare situation to be in.
I honestly feel bad for Thomas, from that interview alone (I have nothing else to go on). I know that you are able to remember vivid details when you are intoxicated, it just matters how vivid your memory is in general, everyone's brains are different and everyone has a different standard of recall. I don't think Thomas is a 'Murderer' in the sense anything he did was intentional, just an extremely sad mistake which I bet will haunt him all his life. When they had a breakthrough and he confessed all he remembered...It did touch me because I am sure I would do and react the exact same if I was in the same situation. I do think there needs to be a punishment however I am weary about Manslaughter, it is really tricky because it was the worst crime us humans can commit...but he did not do it within his own state of mind... I think the saddest thing about this is his Dad's wife later sueing him and his MOTHER (someone who had no part in all this). I know she was terribly injured from this incident and I dunno her relationship with Thomas, but I would expect a degree of sympathy.
"God complex"? I know a lot of people who have that _without_ taking drugs. I usually call it doucheism.
These videos are so interesting, I feel like I’m the one being interrogated sometimes I get so into it.
Why is it so disturbing, to me, when Shayna licks her lips so much? Gives me the heebie jeebies!
Thanks for the first one Jim
Shayna is coco for Coco Puffs... What a nut.
Audrey Bolt was the contestant in the Miss America or Miss USA pageant who answered the question- Which female character from TV or the movies do you admire the most- with Julia Robert's character in Pretty Woman.
PLEASE CAN WE HAVE CHRIS WATTS
Excellent series man easily my new favourite channel💯
Great video but 38:07 a fugee? Idk wtf that is but all i know is I could go for some fudgeeos rn😆👌
That Shayna chick looks like a fuckn headcase. Her man says he's a male transgender lesbian? What the fuck, so he's a straight dude that dresses like a woman?
interview of the kid who killed his dad is heartbreaking
Whoops: since when would the female lover of a MTF person call that person by male pronouns?
This entire bit is the PERFECT amount of narration to video...thank you!
The mouth scares me more than anything...
BTW, I don't mean to be a dick but "aka" is an acronym, not a word.. lol it's "also known as" so you would say A.K.A.
"I gave him his nose job." HOLY. FUCK. I don't even... That woman is insane!!! Also, these videos are absolutely incredible friend, I appreciate all the work you put in to them!
Jim please swim to a new video! Your fans are begging you. Best channel on the internet by far. I'm a addicted and having withdrawals! Lol
the lizard licking of the lips and speaking through clenched teeth, "met her on facebook", and now dates an inmate tranny, gee whiz
akka? tf is akka? lmao you mean A.K.A.
first one is 100% harassment
Make no mistake. Police are MOSTLY pieces of shit. Every department, every precinct in the Unites States has MORE THAN ONE corrupt police man.
That first guy did a really shitty job of talking himself out of that situation to be fair.
ey yo lemme fuck shayna in the ass
Shayna mom a lesbo( look what raised that beast. Now I understand why shayna( the beast) ended like that hating males deeply.
Shawna looked so possessive and the guy she killed( the one in the pic) looks like he was being abused.
Why did he take down his old videos?
The lesson: don't talk to the cops without a lawyer.
I know it's unscientific to claim that head injuries combined with shrooms can have effects on the trip. Even though it seems possible, I could definetly see how combining alcohol a depressant with shrooms a psychedelic can make a trip much more darker and scarier. Shrooms are an unforgiving substance by themselves, I would never mix them with anything.
I've loved these!! Watched all of them in two days! Thank you for making these, they're very informational :D
I don’t really understand the justice system. It has switched from innocent till proven guilty to guilty until proven innocent. It’s very hard to prove that you are actually innocent and not guilty.
9:39 the officer has an overly shrunken pinky finger which clearly marks him as being very untruthful lately. How this slipped past law enforcement up to the hearing is beyond me.
I can't watch the Michael Dixon interview without my blood boiling. This is one of the worst travesty's of the justice system I've ever seen in my province. I'm still reeling over the fact that he got such a paltry sum for being wrongful convicted and all his legitimate suffering while a known murderer like Omar Khadr walked away with millions. Something is terribly wrong in our justice system.
What happened to the jodi video
u know she doesn't actually love unique bc she wont use the right pronouns lmao
That woman is an animal that should be put down. Dude was probably premeditated.
I wonder if his bus ticket would of proven his innocence beyond a reasonable doubt? proving his exact location and time around the robbery? strange thing to overlook.
So the police officer lied....for the first time e in his career? I don't think so. Review every case these officers have been involved in. Or release them all.
When’s the new video?
These videos are interesting! Very good explanation and commentary. Awesome job!
Wow, great job narrating the Michael Dixon case. Interesting to see someone innocent going through the process as they did and remain pretty cool throughout it.
Dixon was wrongfully sent to prison and ended up with 46 thousand dollars? The cops were suspended and plead guilty? HAH! BRAVO! JUSTICE SERVED!
These murderous people make me want to go out and kill them...
I feel bad af for the last kid those drugs are scary as fuck I’m glad he got prison time and I’m also glad they got him for manslaughter not murder poor guys gotta live with that forever damn shame his dad won’t though
Last guy needs a cough sweet
For a murderer she has a beautiful voice. She’ll have a lot of time to sing, in prison 😉
I still don't get why anyone would talk to a detective or cop ... Hello! They ARE NOT on your side. Get a lawyer.
first interrogator is an absolute sack of shit.
Holy fuck that guy was held for 4 days!!! .....I can’t believe how calm he stayed through the entire ordeal, he deserved way more for going through it. Our fucked up government gave a terrorist 10 million for his pain and suffering at Guantanamo.
Them mushrooms, man. “I think I was trying to protect the light switch “ “I was scared by cats, and comforted by dogs” This is the best channel since TCAP
homegirl can sang!!
10:09-when a nitwit thinks they can outwit the cops.
I'm glad the first man wasn't in jail long and was paid for his suffering and those cops had some form of punishment. It wouldn't have gone that smoothly in the US. That man would've easily lost 10+ years behind this bs.
Can you swim?
Nobody is going to comment on how good she sings !!! 😂🤯
Oh shit the boyfriend she shot had the same birthday as me. Seeing that date in this context just feels unsettling.
That second chick was kray kray.
The first interrogation makes me so angry.
Thomas Chan found guilty of manslaughter. Doesn't seem like there was any motive for him to that.
There’s an interrogation video for Nicholas Godejohn, a guy who murdered his online girlfriends mother who had muchausens by proxy (faking a child’s illness for attention) I really think you should look into it!! Talk about it in a video here’s a buzzfeed link http://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/michelledean/dee-dee-wanted-her-daughter-to-be-sick-gypsy-wanted-her-mom
BAAAAAAAAHAHAHA..OMG I COULD NOT MAINTAIN myself listening to this JOKE of 9-1-1 call about 14 min into this!!! Ok, you are telling this bitch specs and shit.."I'm 10 ft away from his dead body" & "he's 270, 6'3" & I'm 120, 5'1" or whatever she said...bitch, you just unloaded 5 bullets into the man...when his next bday was "like gonna" be is no longer anyone's concern obviously!... OHHHHH NOW she's SINGING AMAZING GRACE like she just came from church or a Boyz2Men concert!! Move over Jodi Arias!!! hahahahahaaaaaaa i cannot DEAL!
The gal is bat shit crazy
*jumps through a window leaving him with multiple lacerations that he quickly ignores* "Yeah I say this is a cold blooded murder" The mushrooms triggered something within him and it's sad that the system's main goal is to punish him for it than provide healing for it.. this is the "correctional" system, is it not?
What a fucking bunch of incompetent assholes .
That part at 35:00 is BULLSHIT, by the way. Back in high school, when we went on camp, some of us would take Pheniramine (brand name Avil. Car sickness medication), between 10 to 20 tablets and go on a WILD trip. It's now ~25 years later and yet I can still vividly remember each and every hallucination I had and while 90% of the trips and the hallucinations were great, 10% of them sound exactly like he described. The thing is: these hallucinations were so damned convincing. My first time was on a chemistry camp, the hallucinations were so real that I could see myself burn through any object I touched. I melted door knobs off the doors by accident, I burned a few beds and I managed to convince myself that this was a problem I'd suffered with for years. Once I eventually got outside our rooms, I got lost and my new problem was that my hands kept going through everything. I tried patting a dog I saw, but my hands went straight through his head and I could feel electrical jolts pass through me as I watched this happen. Then I saw hundreds, perhaps thousands of trapdoor spiders simultaneously emerging from their eponymous trapdoors all around me. But I couldn't get away from them because I couldn't get indoors. Those doorknobs that I hadn't already melted off were impossible for me to touch. Hells, when it was breakfast time, I actually asked the teacher "Can you please pour me some orange juice? My hand keeps going through the jug. I just can't stop it." Luckily for me, a mate of mine (sober) was close to hand and pretended I was playing a joke on the teacher. Anyway, I remember these hallucinations quite vividly. I remember the first time I ever "o.d'ed" on crystal meth and started hallucinating from that, too. I was convinced that all the people in the house were against me and were preparing to beat me savagely for a minor- and likely imagined- slight. I might have easily tried to fight my way clear of them, but I thought I deserved the beating. Though I did think that they were being uncommonly cruel in their behaviour towards me, every interaction a taunt, serving as a type of psychological torture before the beating began. No matter what they said or did to reassure me, I was convinced I would be beaten and/ or killed and that whatever denials they made was just part of their psychological torment. When they'd had enough of my crazy-time, I was dropped off home, safe and more or less sound (I was still hallucinating, after all). That night, alone in my room, I used a rifle that only I could see and killed hundreds of the ninja assassins that came to kill me. Imagine my surprise when the sun came up and I discovered that the bodies of all those dead ninjas had been removed from my yard!!! The point is, hallucinations aren't like being drunk, where you don't remember much the next day. The hallucinations can be so real, so convincing, that this is not just how the world is to you now, the hallucinating mind convinces itself that this demented new reality is the way it's always been. Your mind will manufacture convincing memories of the time you discovered your grandmother having sex with a dragon, and THAT'S why you can now fly. It's not just me, either. I've never met a single person who's had a powerful visual hallucination episode on drugs and who has ever forgotten the experience and how real it seemed. In my _Expert_ opinion, Thomas Chan was being honest and genuine. He had a bad reaction to the drugs, which could have happened to anyone at any time on hallucinogens and they turned his trip from a pleasant learning experience into a demonic nightmare. But still, I guess, a learning experience. Surely his lawyer would have argued "diminished capacity"?
The last case there is more to be known bcuz if he knew he was hallucinating at that time, how did he know what his father was trying to do. He knew what he was doing he even showed self pity calling himself a punk also, going as far as saying he got a god complex. he obviously had mental illness growing witch was set off from not actually feeling like himself off mushrooms. He also remembered everything.
where did you actually come from and why are we all here suddenly
Thank you for telling the truth about magic mushrooms. There are way too many distortions in regards to mushrooms. People think that they're like acid because of the media. You didn't glorify or condemn them. You were straight forward about them. Thank you
Shes so democrat, yeah its obvious! Poor guy at the end, i feel for him! Let God be the judge!
9:38 gee when did One Direction get badges
The american justice system must REALLY suck arse. I mean, set aside recidivism rates and such and let's just look at "Police misconduct leading to a conviction." Let's also ignore intent; whether the misconduct was the result of malicious intent, or whether the police were operating in good faith (yet still satisfying the elements of misconduct). I was recently charged with possession of a dangerous drug (technically, the drugs weren't even mine). I went to trial for this and without a lawyer, I managed to convince the prosecution to dismiss the charges against me. The reason the prosecution accepted my submission is because of the incompetence/ misconduct of the arresting officer. I was perhaps also fortunate that I didn't have to lie to get the charges dismissed and that all my claims appeared to be demonstrable (or at the very least, reasonable). Australia (like america) developed a legal system from the British Westminster system. It amazes me that our legal systems are now so very different. There are some american laws that I admire, but on the whole, your legal system terrifies me, especially the depressingly common videos we see all too often of police in america murdering yet another unarmed man (or indeed the unarmed Australian women the police murdered last year). Back in the 80s, I wanted to travel to america more than anything (I wanted to see the all the places that featured in the movie Ghostbusters. I also wanted to marry Jennifer Connelley). Nowadays, however, the current state of affairs leads me to believe it would be far safer to travel to Israel during an intifada...
dumbass British cops fucking up the Canadian criminal system
All this Chris Watts footage that's coming to light recently would make for a compelling compilation in and of itself. I hadn't even heard of the case until today but have now spent hours watching all the videos, there's so much. I don't think I've ever seen so much insight into a crime investigation, the body cam footage shows the real reactions and real investigation as it happened. Amazing.
Wow that chick had problems
Pt7! Ya boy
If I was the first guy, I'd tell him to go fuck himself and say I want a lawyer right now. BYE.
I´ve done shrooms one time and i almost jumped out of a third story window because i thought i seen the devil.first and last time.scary time for sure.
look i don't want to be the guy out here saying shit and like i actually know what hes going through. bad trips are real and the upsetting part is sometimes you can only remember quick vivid "flashes" because the person that undergoes a negative trip like that does not want to remember it afterwards and tries to some back to a sense of reality and safety on the come down. In NO WAY am i trying to justify what happened here its just me being me and there are probably people here that do not know what a bad trip is like so i will throw in my 2 cents. i got emotional watching this because this very potent drug is not supposed to make you go crazy and cause you to get pulled into this dark sinister state of mind. once you are in this state of mind there is no turning back you simply have to let the drug take its course. one night me and my friends got together just like Thomas did with his buddies and we made the not so bright teenage decision to take LSD. At the time i was very young and dumb and my mind was in a place of emotional distress and constant agony, guilt, depression. This was not my 1st trip and i was aware of my mental health issues before trying this drug for my 1st time. I knew the possible cons but I also was aware of the many pros that psychedelics have on the human mind. Before i continue i will state again that in no way am i trying to defend Thomas i am simply trying to let others no what a bad trip feels like... and i didn't forget it ill tell you that. this was some strong shit. It all sparked from looking at myself in the mirror, when you are on psychedelics it brings YOU to life! you are slapped in the face with everything and anything that is either bothering you or in your head.... if you are someone with anxiety or PTSD or depression it is not best to take these substances and better to wait until you are mature enough and have grown mentally in order to prepare for a safe proper trip. After looking at myself things started to change... and quickly. A fun bright colorful and humorous energy turned into a confusing state of remorse and fear. Fear that i was not wanted, i began to overthink and slipped into a state of toxicity better known as "A Bad Trip" All my friends faces melted in front of my eyes, my best friend played music on his phone to help me calm down but i saw spiders emerge from the screen and crawl all over me, it was if i was seeing all my friends turn into the devil then laugh at my pain. my heart was beating out of my chest, for the 1st time i looked up into the sky and connected the Illuminati logo with the stars. This is how fucked psychedelics can get if you are not prepared OR YOU HAVE SOMEONE WHO DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO GROW THEM. keep in mind these friends of mine trying to calm me down where guys i was living with... spent everyday with them... but yet i saw them as a evil being that time around on the trip. It was about 6 hours of hell on that roof and if it wasn't for a specific individual to stay by me keeping me calm making sure i didn't jump off the dam roof i probably would have found my way into the party going on right behind me and god knows what i would've done. because i know when you get to that dark trip state of mind ANYTHING can happen.
I thought I'd "enjoy" watching innocent people bring interviewed - as has been suggested by many subs - but I really didn't like witnessing the injustice of it. I think being accused of something you haven't done, is a real fear/hate of mine. Still think this is the best channel on YouTube though!
I sure don't believe this Thomas Chan guy. He's making up a story, whether he was high or not. I'll have to read the case.
great job I just did a Jim can't swim marathon and look forward to more. I love the content and your delivery, I wouldn't change a thing
22:03 *Skeletor meets Megamind and mixes DNA in test tube*
Shrooms are not toys. If you have a weak mind or if you're not a conscious person that kind of things could happen. Very sad indeed
The way you speak makes me believe that Jim can swim case closed motherfucker.
i did a huge breakdown on the shayna hubers interrogation on one of these youtube channels, i might try and dig up the notes. seriously, her and jodi arias are like soul sisters in mutual personality disorder.
> First case And that's kids why you never talk to police.
The first one makes my blood boil. I would be so mad. I do not know how he kept his cool.
the guy on shrooms is a prime example of why we need education on psychdelics that kid totally misunderstood the godhead
Does anyone think at 11:24 they both look very off, on some drug or something. I don’t know just curious if the photo strikes anyone else as weird.
Shayna is dumb as fuck she can't lie for shit. like literally the most normal regular person can tell she's bullshitting, imagine a trained professional interrogator lmfao.
''hey i just killed my boyfriend'' -''ok where you at?'' lmao nothing can faze the people who answer 911 calls
Shayna: "We both reached for the gun..." Clearly, she's watched the movie Chicago and thought it was an educational film.
she slayed amazing grace though
Crazy ass mofos
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