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The Apology Line

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 Podcast: The Apology Line 

Wondery Presents: Will Be Wild

Generated by reNotes: This podcast is about a man who fears his father may be violent and decides to tip off the FBI. It goes into the background of how the father became involved with the militia and started to become obsessed with a Black Lives Matter activist.

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This podcast is about a man who fears his father may be violent and decides to tip off the FBI. It goes into the background of how the father became involved with the militia and started to become obsessed with a Black Lives Matter activist.

Jackson's father became increasingly obsessed with conspiracy theories and stockpiled supplies, convinced that the US was going to experience a major power outage. Jackson says his father would often get aggressive with him, and he feared for his safety. In late 2020, when his father started talking about doing something big, Jackson decided to tip off the FBI. He feels relief after taking action, but knows that his father's actions could have serious consequences.

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This podcast is about a man who fears his father may be violent and decides to tip off the FBI. It goes into the background of how the father became involved with the militia and started to become obsessed with a Black Lives Matter activist. Jackson's father became increasingly obsessed with conspiracy theories and stockpiled supplies, convinced that the US was going to experience a major power outage. Jackson says his father would often get aggressive with him, and he feared for his safety. In late 2020, when his father started talking about doing something big, Jackson decided to tip off the FBI. He feels relief after taking action, but knows that his father's actions could have serious consequences.

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The Capitol Insurrection: What Was It Like to Be There?

On January 6, a group of President Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol in an attempt to overturn the election results. The insurrectionists were unsuccessful, but the events of that day left a lasting impression on those who were there.

In a new podcast, Jackson, a teenager from Virginia, tells his story of how he became caught up in his father’s conspiracy theories about the election. Jackson’s father was convinced that the election was going to be stolen from Trump, so he stockpiled supplies and prepared for a blackout that he was sure would happen.

Jackson became worried about his father’s behavior and decided to tip off the FBI. He also started recording conversations with his father, which he later turned over to the FBI.

The podcast will be available on various platforms, or you can listen to it early by subscribing to Wondery Plus on Apple Podcasts.

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Podcast:  The Apology Line” with Marissa Bridge from Wondery

Episode:  Wondery Presents: Will Be Wild

From pineapple Street Studios and one ray comes a new eight part series called will be wild that shines a light on the human stories left out of the January 6 headlines. It goes deep into the lives of people who took part in that day, the people who saw it coming and people who fear that the insurrection was just the beginning. Here's a preview of will be wild. While you listen Be sure to follow will be wild wherever you get your podcasts. Or you can listen early on Amazon music or early and ad free by subscribing to wondery plus and Apple podcasts or the wondery app.

It's Christmas Eve 20 When Jackson refet makes the biggest decision of his life. He's been watching anime in his bedroom. We're trying to

I just hear behind my wall my dad talking about the government and Nancy Pelosi and it's all mumbled I'm just like God, like, this is just, it's crazy. Like it's crazy talk

Jackson's 18 years old. And he's come to the conclusion that his father is a dangerous man. And he needs to do something about it. What did he say that made you think you could be violent?

That is going to do something big. And I know that's very vague, and that's what I think triggered me to be so worried about it is how vague it was and how I guess active he was. It just got to a point where I was getting so paranoid and anxious and nervous that I didn't really I almost wanted to take this off my shoulders and give it to someone else.

He Googles how to tip the FBI. A text box pops up. Jackson looks at the blank space and gives himself a pep talk. Okay,

I'm going to do this right now. I have to do this right now. Get it over with I'm going to just do it. He starts to type. I don't know what my dad's doing. He's a part of a couple organizations Texas Freedom Force. I believe it's called. He's prominent three percenters. He says he's high up in the organization. He says he's doing something big. I don't know what. But I'm just worried. I don't know where he's going. He might do something soon. I have no idea.

And sent although they lived under one roof, Jackson Redford and his dad were not close. The older Jackson got, the more he came to see his dad as bossy and intolerant. Still, he didn't start to worry about what his dad was capable of until the pandemic hit. That's when his dad joined the militia, the three percenters. He started patrolling racial justice rallies as a self appointed security force protecting private property. He got obsessed with this one Black Lives Matter activist. Jackson found out about it from his mom who knocked on his door late one night,

she talked about a BLM preacher off Facebook, that my dad was keeping an eye on. It's like, what are you talking about? She's like, your dad went to Mississippi for this guy. And he tried tracking him to find dirt on him. And I was like, what? This is weird.

Jackson's dad has disputed this version of events. He says it's all his son's fantasy. But Jackson sees it as part of a bigger pattern. He says his dad got deep into conspiracy theories was stockpiling ammo and gasoline, water and a generator. Convinced that electrical power in the US would shut down and the electoral votes would be reset.

He was clearly I don't want to sound stable. I don't even have a word for

everything about Jackson feels like a direct rebuttal to his dad's brand of masculinity. He wears his long, wavy hair pulled back in a pink scrunchie there's a miniature Winnie the Pooh doll dangling from his cell phone. That's a gift from his girlfriend. And we're Jackson is soft spoken. His father can be downright aggressive.

This is a quote he uses a lot in his arguments. He put me in this world he can take me out. That's a classic for him. He loves that one. Oh, all the time. He like, he'll get in my face. He's like, I'll put you in this effing world I can take you out. Happens a lot. And I don't think it's okay. And my dad has had moments of violence. I mean, have you read the reports of him choking on my mom. It's pretty horrible.

All of this is weighing on Jackson when he hears his dad in late 2020 talking about doing something big.

I was like, I can't call the police. I mean, they're going to come here and do what they're gonna do nothing. So I was like the FBI. I mean, you can send a tip to the FBI. And I mean, almost everyone knows that.

And after pressing send, he feels some semblance of relief.

Okay, that's off me. It's on their shoulders, whatever they do whatever they say whatever my dad does, it's on them.

I'm Andrea Bernstein.

And I'm Delia merits. From pineapple Street Studios, wondering and Amazon Music This CES will be wild, a podcast about January 6. But it's not a recap the news you hear every day. It's a deeper look into the forces that led to an insurrection in the fight to save democracy before it's too late.

It's about the people who were there

that day. Y'all were one block away from the Capitol now, I'm probably gonna go silent when I get there because I'm gonna be a little busy.

The people who saw it coming.

We're not saying we think that when the President speaks, people do violent things. We're saying the evidence shows that it happens.

And the people whose lives will never be the same.

I mean, there were people in the crowd that were chanting things like you know, get his gun, kill him with his gun.

We talk about January 6, like it's in the past a day in history that we survived. But it's more than that.

No, we didn't dodge a bullet that was a practice run. Right interactions without consequences are just practice runs.

Follow will be wild wherever you get your podcasts, or you can listen early on Amazon music or early and ad free by subscribing to wondery plus in Apple podcasts for the wondery app.

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