girl who died in freezer – Raw video released

girl who died in freezer – Raw video released

Saturday, September 16, 2017

9:43 PM

Raw video released showing woman found dead in Rosemont hotel freezer | abc7chicago.com

ROSEMONT, Ill. (WLS) —

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Eight snippets of raw surveillance video were released Friday afternoon showing 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins walking the halls of a Rosemont hotel more than a day before she was found dead in a basement freezer.

The videos, released by Rosemont police, do not show Jenkins walking into the walk-in freezer at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, but do show her in a kitchen alone and then walking out of frame. She appears disoriented and stumbling in the videos.

"There is no camera that shows her physically entering the freezing and no camera angle that is missing or was broken," Rosemont police said in an email late Friday.

READ: ROSEMONT POLICE STATEMENT, SEPT. 15, 2017

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INVESTIGATION CONTINUES

Police have told ABC7 from the beginning of their investigation they do not suspect any foul play is involved in the young woman’s death.

Regardless, a total of 25 people were interviewed by police, including eight on Friday, 16 of whom were inside the hotel room during the party, according to a detailed press release from Rosemont police late Friday. Police believe at least 31 people were in the room that night and were still trying to locate 15 of them, working with Chicago police to do so.

"The scene of the incident was processed by evidence technicians to include high precision 3D measurement imaging and crime scene analysis. Our detectives also have created video recordings of the scene to include the believed path Kenneka Jenkins took from the hotel room to the freezer, supported by surveillance video," the Rosemont press release said.

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Hotel surveillance video was released Sept. 15, 2017 showing Kenneka Jenkins before she was found dead in a Rosemont hotel freezer.

Two video recordings from social media have also been reviewed and sent to a private lab to be enhanced for further examination, the results of which are expected in two weeks. Also, police have sent a preservation of evidence order to Facebook and issued two search warrants for Facebook accounts.

A man and woman checked into the hotel room on Sept. 7 using a stolen credit card obtained via identity theft, Rosemont police said.

At about 1:15 a.m. Saturday, Jenkins appears fine walking into the hotel with friends to attend a party on the ninth floor. At about 3:30 a.m., she is seen in other videos getting off an elevator, bumping into walls and struggling to stay upright.

Police said that they have handed over the hotel video to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office, which has not yet ruled on the cause and manner of her death. The office has said they are awaiting toxicology results.

FAMILY ASKS QUESTIONS

Less than an hour before the videos were released to the media, Jenkins’ mother, Teresa Martin, and her attorneys – Larry Rogers, Jr. and Sam Adams, Jr. – held a press conference imploring the hotel and authorities to release all of the video. They said they plan to do an independent investigation.

Martin and her attorneys were also given snippets of the video, but were frustrated that none show her walking into the freezer. They said they only want to know what happened to Jenkins.

WATCH: KENNEKA JENKINS’ FAMILY HOLDS PRESS CONFERENCE

"Serious questions remain as to how she ended up in a Crowne Plaza Hotel freezer and why it took a day and a half for the hotel to find Kenneka," Rogers said.

The hotel has 47 cameras that captured about 36 hours of surveillance video footage.

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Her body was discovered in a basement walk-in freezer early Sunday morning, roughly 24 hours after she was last seen at the party. Drugs and alcohol were present at the party, police said.

Andrew Holmes, a community activist in Chicago who viewed the footage Thursday, said the young woman was alone the whole time she was in the basement and may have been trying to get out. He said she may have thought the walk-in freezer was an exit.

"From me looking at the video, she was trying to find her way back upstairs to the lobby and she was checking the doors just trying to find her way upstairs," Holmes said.

Protesters have been around the Crown Plaza Hotel over the last two days, demanding more transparency from police in their investigation into the 19-year-old’s death. Many said they suspect a cover up.

The hotel has offered to pay for Jenkins’ funeral expenses, but it was immediately unknown if the family has accepted the offer.

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What is a group of frogs called?

What is a group of frogs called?

Saturday, September 16, 2017

12:39 AM

What is a group of frogs called?

· Smack

· Troop

· Army

· Gaggle

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Answer: You probably know that a group of birds is called a flock, or that a group of puppies is called a litter, but there are many collective nouns for animals that are much less well-known. A group of frogs is called an army. There are over 5000 frog species in the world. Each one has a unique call, and some frog calls can be heard a mile away. Some frogs can jump over 20 times their own body length. The biggest frog in the world is the Goliath frog. The Goliath frog can measure more than a foot in length and weigh more than 7 pounds.

which of the following statements best explains why the same exercise program might conform to the principle of overload for one person but not for another?

which of the following statements best explains why the same exercise program might conform to the principle of overload for one person but not for another?

Friday, September 15, 2017

11:17 PM

which of the following statements best explains why the same exercise program might conform to the principle of overload for one person but not for another?

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Different individuals have different levels of physical fitness

Different individuals have different levels of physical fitness

a researcher wants to observe preschoolers at a local public playground to evaluate levels of cooperation. the researcher will not interact with the children. this research would be eligible for which type of irb review?

a researcher wants to observe preschoolers at a local public playground to evaluate levels of cooperation. the researcher will not interact with the children. this research would be eligible for which type of irb review?

Friday, September 15, 2017

11:08 PM

A researcher wants to observe preschoolers at a local public playground to evaluate levels of cooperation. The researcher will not interact with the children. This research would be eligible for which type of IRB review?

This research would not require IRB review because it would be eligible for exemption since the researcher is not interacting with the children and the playground is a public setting.

This research would require full committee review since it involves children.

This research would be eligible for expedited IRB review since the researcher is participating in the activities observed.

This research would be eligible for expedited IRB review since the researcher is not interacting with the children and the playground is public.

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Answer: This research would not require IRB review because it would be eligible for exemption since the researcher is not interacting with the children and the playground is a public setting.

a researcher wants to observe preschoolers at a local public playground to evaluate levels of cooperation. the researcher will not interact with the children. this research would be eligible for which type of irb review?

a researcher wants to observe preschoolers at a local public playground to evaluate levels of cooperation. the researcher will not interact with the children. this research would be eligible for which type of irb review?

Friday, September 15, 2017

11:08 PM

A researcher wants to observe preschoolers at a local public playground to evaluate levels of cooperation. The researcher will not interact with the children. This research would be eligible for which type of IRB review?

This research would not require IRB review because it would be eligible for exemption since the researcher is not interacting with the children and the playground is a public setting.

This research would require full committee review since it involves children.

This research would be eligible for expedited IRB review since the researcher is participating in the activities observed.

This research would be eligible for expedited IRB review since the researcher is not interacting with the children and the playground is public.

Answer: This research would not require IRB review because it would be eligible for exemption since the researcher is not interacting with the children and the playground is a public setting.

According to a recent study, what is the world’s deadliest animal?

According to a recent study, what is the world’s deadliest animal?

Thursday, September 14, 2017

5:32 PM

According to a recent study, what is the world’s deadliest animal?

· Snake

· Crocodile

· Shark

· Mosquito

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Answer: The world’s deadliest animal isn’t a shark or even a snake. Most of the deaths caused by animals, it turns out, have less to do with the animals themselves than the diseases they transmit. Mosquitoes – the pesky bugs that suck blood and transmit viruses from person to person are responsible for the most animal-related deaths. According to the World Health Organization, about 725,000 people are killed every year by mosquito-borne diseases. Malaria alone affects 200 million, of which an estimated 600,000 die.

Answer:

Mosquito

Trump says no deal on DACA, wants ‘big’ border security

Trump says no deal on DACA, wants ‘big’ border security

Thursday, September 14, 2017

5:10 PM

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FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington D.C., August 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday said any move on illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children would have to be tied to security, disputing Democratic congressional leaders who said they had reached a deal with him on the issue.

"No deal was made last night on DACA. Massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent. Would be subject to vote," Trump wrote in one of a series of posts on Twitter.

He was referring to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program created by former President Barack Obama.

"The Wall (on the U.S.-Mexico border), which is already under construction in the form of new renovation of old and existing fences and walls, will continue to be built," Trump also wrote.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and House of Representatives Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi earlier said they had come to an agreement with Trump at a dinner meeting at the White House Wednesday evening.

"We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that’s acceptable to both sides," Schumer and Pelosi said in a statement.

The White House disputed that assessment.

"While DACA and border security were both discussed, excluding the wall was certainly not agreed to," White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said on Twitter on Wednesday night.

Still, Trump on Thursday appeared to acknowledge the complexity of handing the issue of the immigrant children dubbed Dreamers.

A mainstay of his 2016 presidential campaign was a promise to build a wall along the southern U.S. border aimed at keeping immigrants and drugs out. He had said Mexico would pay for it but has since requested money from the U.S. Congress.

"Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military? Really!" Trump wrote in another tweet.

"They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own – brought in by parents at young age. Plus big border security."

(Reporting by Susan Heavey; editing by John Stonestreet)

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

1:32 PM

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kenneka jenkins what happened

kenneka jenkins what happened

Thursday, September 14, 2017

1:24 PM

Amid pressure from Kenneka Jenkins’ family, police offer new details of death probe – Chicago Tribune

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People gather outside the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel & Conference Center in Rosemont to protest the handling of the death investigation of Kenneka Jenkins, who was found inside a walk-in freezer in a vacant part of the hotel. (John J. Kim / Chicago Tribune)

People gather outside the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel & Conference Center in Rosemont to protest the handling of the death investigation of Kenneka Jenkins, who was found inside a walk-in freezer in a vacant part of the hotel. (John J. Kim / Chicago Tribune)

Rosemont officials released some new details late Wednesday about their investigation into the death of Kenneka Jenkins and said they will share hotel surveillance video with her mother.

The developments came as members of Jenkins’ family and others protested in front of the hotel where the Chicago teen was found dead Sunday after attending a party there.

Earlier Wednesday, Rosemont Mayor Bradley Stephens said local police are working with outside agencies to investigate Jenkins’ death but that fevered online guesswork about the case is hindering the probe.

"It’s unfortunate that some of that stuff’s convoluting the investigation because all those leads have got to be followed up on," he said after his annual state of the village address to the Rosemont Chamber of Commerce.

"As I’m sure you’ve seen, there’s a lot of different, conflicting speculation out there, so (police) are doing their best to come to a quick resolution, obviously. I think everybody wants to know what happened."

Jenkins, 19, was attending a party in a room of the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel & Conference Center when she went missing early Saturday. Her family arrived to look for her a few hours later but said hotel staff and village police didn’t join the search until the afternoon.

Jenkins’ body was eventually found in a walk-in freezer in a vacant part of the hotel, authorities said. She was pronounced dead just before 1 a.m. Sunday.

Rosemont spokesman Gary Mack said police plan to show surveillance video from the hotel to Jenkins’ mother, Tereasa Martin, on Thursday, but will not release it to the public until the investigation is finished — a resolution that could be weeks away.

"We’re trying to be as understanding as we can to the mom and to be as compassionate as we can," he said. "Now that our detectives have had the chance to look at it, we’re hopeful it will be helpful to her."

Mack would not describe the contents of the video, and officials continue to say little about what they’ve learned about the circumstances surrounding Jenkins’ death or the eventual discovery of her body.

Rosemont police released a statement Wednesday describing the scope of their investigation. They said they are reviewing video from 47 surveillance cameras at the hotel, as well as videos posted on social media, and that some of the footage is being analyzed by forensic technicians.

Police said they’ve interviewed eight people who were present at the hotel when Jenkins went missing, along with four others "who were involved in some way." Authorities are also seeking to locate and speak with four other people they have identified as having been "present the night of the gathering."

"At this time, the incident is still an active death investigation. Our detectives are working around the clock to identify, locate and interview all persons who were involved," the police statement said.

Martin has said police told her that Jenkins apparently let herself into the freezer while intoxicated and died inside.

The Cook County medical examiner has yet to release a cause of death. A spokeswoman said Wednesday that new information won’t be available for weeks, pending further studies and the police investigation.

Martin, who could not be reached for comment Wednesday, has expressed anger over what she believes was a lack of urgency by police and hotel staff when she came looking for her daughter, but Stephens said village police did a good job.

"Generally, in any missing persons case, it’s 24 hours … before a report is filed," he said. "So I think the public safety department is handling it well."

He said village police are getting help from outside agencies — a spokesman later said that includes the Cook County sheriff’s office, which has offered the use of a database to help locate interview subjects — and asked for patience as the investigation continues.

"This is something that’s going to take some time," Stephens said. "This appears to be a one-off incident, and again, if they can get to the bottom of it sooner rather than later, I think it makes everybody have a little bit of peace."

Despite the dearth of confirmed facts surrounding the case, speculation that Jenkins’ death was the result of foul play has been rampant on social media.

Wednesday night, frustration over the pace of the investigation investigation found voice in a several-hour protest outside the hotel that included several of Jenkins’ relatives.

A small but riled up group of protesters swarmed the entrance of the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

About two dozen people shouted, "Justice for Kenneka!" as they pleaded with patrons of the hotel to boycott the hotel. Many in the group pounded on the windows of the hotel and held signs up to the windows, eliciting concerned looks from guests inside.

"Are you really comfortable giving them your money when a 19-year-old was found dead in the freezer?" one woman said to a passing guest.

Police stood guard at the entrances and blocked protesters in several attempts to enter the building.

Relatives, including Jenkins’ sister, joined the ranks in demanding answers. Some of the signs continued to propagate rumors swirling around the case, many insinuating foul play was involved.

Others said they were eagerly awaiting the results of the autopsy before jumping to conclusions.

Jenkins’ cousin Jasmine Webster, 27, said the family was comforted by others standing with them.

"I am very happy to see people out here asking for justice for my cousin," Webster said as she stood beside those lining River Road calling out to passing traffic.

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jkeilman@chicagotribune.com

The Chicago Tribune’s Tony Briscoe contributed.