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"alvin dewey" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

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"alvin dewey" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Moaner urine zoo. Sorry you're an hunga or wherever you happen to be. We are happy to be here for you and we appreciate radio and hopefully you do two things for other people who tweet us. I like that during the show. Yeah the tweets are grand. Joey ceo tweet you often and listen every day. You don't always show me love but that's cool seriously. Though i listen. I feel like we get to know all of you be more because of radio. You're so one hundred correct. Love seven ten. La there you go. Kelly washington who's doing tv now really well channel one spectrum one. He says i agree with you about radio. I love tv. But there's nothing like the clubhouse and locker room feel of radio you're able to find your voice and connect like no other medium people cling to radio. Yeah kevin kevin really good here. I don't know why they got rid of them. Just just as an aside are listening. Yeah i know i know. I like alvin. Dewey does really a job in their. He's point is honesty right. Honest anything else. I want to ask you coming up. I want to ask you question about the new tesla robot. Have you seen it you know. What else happened on radio super random questions like that when asked about the new testament robots hookah random. I also i also want to ask you about the mike richards if you have missing my richards who almost appointed himself the host and he indicated that. Yeah he dick cheney that he said. I'm gonna have a big. I'm the executive producer. We're going to do a big search for host of jeopardy to replace alex becton. Oops it's me look. It's me so all kinds of stuff came out on mike richards and today. He officially stepped down withdrew. His name from consideration to replace. Alex trebek's now. I've got a bunch of stuff that went on and i i wanna sorta lay it out and see what we think about. In total and by the way he stepping down as host of jeopardy. He's not stepped down as executive producer of jeopardy. At least not as of this moment. So i wanna get into kind of what he did and what he said so prices right model brandy cochran in two thousand ten so this eleven years ago accused richards of fire because she had become pregnant and had difficult pregnancy. Another suit filed in two thousand eleven by prices right model the nisha coal asserted that she was wrongfully terminated and subject to harassment on the set of the long running game show. Richards was dismissed as plaintiff in coal suit. In two thousand thirteen. The case was settled out of court for eight million dollars now. The ringer went through and they found a podcast that he did in two thousand twelve and two thousand thirteen. This was his own podcast and here is here is a summary of kind of the offensive stuff that he said richards. Comments included calling his female co host a booth derogatory term for modeling. Cas that's computer electronics. Show in vegas and seeming to make a jewish stereotype joke after somebody else made a comment about big noses. Richards reportedly said ixnay on the os. Nee she's not an j. the ad l. Has the name of this podcast. This is the best. I don't have that exactly in front of me. Lindsey can you find it. It's like the dumb podcast that among other comments richards made on this podcast calling. His co host friends really frumpy and overweight. They all look terrible. They look fat and not good. He reportedly used a derogatory word for little people and a derogatory term for the mentally disabled and twice singled out white male hosts for prey seemingly. Because they were white and male he said jeff probst had a daytime talk show which i was cheering for because i like you know the average white guy host in another moment. Richards reportedly described himself as this. This may be the most disqualifying thing of all. He described himself as horrible. All trivia and said. I would never even gotten onto jeopardy all that stuff. Momo i want to get your reaction to it next. Was it necessary for him to step down based on stuff and comments and stuff that happened a decade ago or should he have stuck it out. That's coming up next for you. Mason ireland seven ten. Espn so yeah. We'll record those little promos. Yeah that run. You know promoting the show. And yesterday i would i. I'm not taking the fall for that moment. I thought we care for. Were gonna use that against you. Bring the truth is like normally my role on any show. I'm on is to fill permitted unbelievable. I mean today. I was on the today as on jump and we had a little i was on with me andrews who's hosting men and was coming on set during the segment like there was a part where somebody was on. They had to get up in the middle of the segment so he was supposed to come on during the second which is hard to do on live tv. You don't want to see so. They had to kind of get the camera off of him while he came on and melita very widely instead of it today right away so he could sit down. You can get his his microphone on yada yada. She just tossed it to me out of the blue. I was like. Oh it's me what we're about again but you know i can fill lebron. I can say something. I don't have to have anything. We're filling i think wherever conversation do promos. It's against type. I'm not supposed to fill on the promo. I'm just supposed to react and say such as where you have to fill the promo then if i try to fill. It's too long all right. Well we'll try it again today. It's just against hype. it's against my and morale. She had to do better than that. If you wanna get under my skin man. He's just me play nice. I wanna see the game. I mean i'm waiting for the game. The real the the roast. The roast was the roast. I wish we had on tape. And my script. You're you were great at my my road. I want to go back to the jeopardy thing so to summarize. Mike richards was fired. A pregnant woman who was having a difficult. Pregnancy was filed suit against Also another asserted. She was wrongfully terminated subject to harassment on the set of the long run game show. Richards was dismissed as plaintiff. It was an eight million dollars. Settlement so that goes back to two thousand thirteen His podcast from two thousand twelve and two thousand thirteen talked about women looking terrible Looking fat not good used. A derogatory term for the mentally disabled singled out white male hosts for praise..

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"alvin dewey" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"alvin dewey" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Get their way up to nancy's room. They find blood splatter on the wall and they find her in bed they rush out and they go and they get the share and he walks through there in to his credit. One of the first things that he decides to do is going. Get a guy by the name of alvin dewey. We have his picture in there. He was a church. Mate of herb. Clutter in the clutter families. He knew them personally but he was also a detective with the kansas bureau of investigation. Oh so this guy. What a smart move. Yeah i mean he's not keystone cop right in he. And evaluates this in one of the things that one of the interesting observations. I thought he ad and it's really as far as the earlier uses of what could be called a profiles logic Was looking at how. Nancy was positioned. And so what do we reason was. Whoever did this could look the rest of the family in the eye as they killed them but they couldn't do that with her. It had to be somebody who knew her or thought they knew her in done where that led them. I was to her boyfriend. A guy by the name of bobby rupp which you know. I'm sure with any investigation. That's likely where it's going to go to a new one for right but he was cleared because he had an alibi. But what's interesting is it dube's logic. There still applies if you look at hickok and smith because hickok later admitted in his confession yeah that he knew there was a girl there and this is there no no no he was talking to the other guy who worked there and he knew they had a daughter. Okay hickok knew that and come to find out. Mr hickok also has a history of pedophilia. One of his wives was sixteen when he married her and while he was with this live he knocked up a thirteen year old. Oh my god yes in. He later said in his confession. That i it. Basically the reason he kept pushing onto safe was because he neither.

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"alvin dewey" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"alvin dewey" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City. Police Intelligence Unit detective Jerry Jenkins. Well Hello Oh you weren't average out there. I'm here in the Studio Gang Lenoir while my myself tonight. You know doing shows with Cam and with other guests but today I'm GonNa do is show him. I knew actually a series of up to Shows own lucky Luciano non not new. You know who lucky Luciano was. If you're new organized tonight's crime lucky Luciano was was one of the most famous mobsters I'd say and probably because he had a cool name Money was one of the more more famous early mobsters in the early Nineteen Twenties Nineteen Thirties. There was actually born saboteur Luciana in Sicily and came over over with his father. The usual immigrant story around came over. They came over around the turn of the century. Father'd been a some kind of a minor over there and they moved into I think what you would call the lower east side of Manhattan and the five points area. Where the the Irish had had started there before the five points area is generally defined as being bound by center street to the West and the bowery to the East Canal Street on the north and Parker on the south? And today it's primarily. Emily occupied by something called the Civic Center but it it does point in time it was where all the immigrants I landed and lived in in densely populated disease ridden and crime infested slums and was like that for a long time until more modern times. So lucky lucky came up the hard way and and came up with these street gangs and rose up into The black hand operations and early Organized organized crime history. The the Mustache Pizza. We're praying off the other Italian Immigrants Sicilian emigrants in New York City and through in with With some of the The other young guys and eventually were Were able to displace the to Joe Joe Miss Area and Joe Manzano or the old mustache. Pete's you know and they got his nickname roddy of different reasons. I think he was always just kind of lucky. They save his lucky to be alive live because in October nineteen twenty nine. Three men forced him into a car and took him out and beat him and stabbed him dragging him up by his hands in a beam in for beaming a warehouse in out in Staten Island. But somehow he He survived that they were sending a message. I'm sure rubbish coming along about that time. And we all know what happened. Organized Crime Cosa Nostra during prohibition and Luckily Santo he had the the The brains and the car the charisma the ring people around him and and start organized. People naturally ended up forming the first I National Crime Syndicate or the Commission but Then you know that made him a target Alvin Dewey was a crusading prosecuting attorney in the nineteen thirties. And and Lucky Luciano was the big fish. Drop in He he actually Lucky Luciano save do live. Probably he heard about that. Schultz wanted to murder special prosecutor securer duly and he knew that that would be that would be bad. That would be bad for everybody. And so he ordered that Schultz to not go through with that plan and and actually ended up approving of the murder assault the the commission then in Lucky Luciano was the man on on the early the first commission but what I want to hate he doing then goes after him and and he prosecutes Monday case for actually for for prostitution for organizing prostitution by the time they get probations over. So there's no more prohibition case cases to be made there's other extortion and murder plots might be able to be made but But he I you know. There's a lot of controversy about this whether he was really getting money. From all these different houses of prostitution in New York and see back in the day. It wasn't like today today. It's all mainly escort services craigslist internet kind of connections or street. Prostitution's back in the day in hotels and then there would be houses it would have girls that lived. Mb Houses of prostitution. That's where the name morehouse comes from. You go to a hotel. That was notorious for that and the the bellboy would go in and asks for a room for a couple of hours and then della boy wonder girl set up and give him some money and present girl would appear in and you do collector money and you do your deed and go on and they popped him for for avenue organizing that and getting money off of the houses of prostitution institution in New York and so he goes up state to what's known as The New York Clinton Correctional Facility also known as Danna more moment better known as Danna anamour also called Little Siberia. Because you know when you get up upstate New York year who are pretty far north and long cold winters up there During this time there's a Catholic priest that got it signed up. There was kind of a Shall we call him a Hulan priest and he He liked Dismissed dependent saint dismas the penitent thief and he was gonNA. He wanted to build a church on the grounds of the penitentiary. He even had he even had a sane that he would Tell the prisoners as he introduced himself and when around and minister to prisoners. That which you bring here in your heart cannot be taken from you at the gate. So he's giving him some kind of hope that yeah you can survive this. It's it's grim. It's brutal it's difficult but but you can survive this. And of course Father Ambrose Island would help you survive that if he would just let him he When he arrived at the gates of his what would be his new parish in nineteen thirty seven he just in his mind it was was it was depressing? They said he grabbed his general melancholy. Old fashioned word Derek general melancholy throughout the prison. They say like Lancing up here in Leavenworth area just north of Kansas City. There's about five different prisons in areas that whole area being described as has just like has has bad had Juju a bad vibe over because of all those penitentiaries and you know I mean you can you can survive in prison. But it's it's a lot of negative you buy to come around in a in a president. Dan Moore's prison had a had a really. The prison at Dan Moore had a really bad reputation Bruno really brutal guards hard. You know they put these presents out in the country to hire the bomb guides from around there and they're not the most sophisticated people in the world. There was absolutely no kind of thought out of rehabilitation or classes. or or you know what you do with people to prepare them to get back out again so they just brutalized them. They kept them under control. He did notice. There were some positive elements in the prison added pretty decent librarian. They had a good kitchen. While I know my friend Steve Cooked in a the penitentiary and and I know another guy that cooked in a big a treatment center facility and and you know they say if you have a good kitchen and good food and is prepared well and they have enough of it. Then that goes a long ways to keep an everybody happy in and given the prison quiet but the the The new chaplain Around his words my church and he ask is his first the first guard that was guiding him around and the guy said. I don't know Oh man There is absolutely no church on the grounds in and actually at the time there was no prison in the entire United States had a free standing church on its grounds and Father Highland decided that he wanted to get a church. He he did makeshift services. Like the other the Protestant pastors. There's that came in in the in an assembly hall He he was he was a bother. Highland was of course us as you might. Well guess greeted by disapproval from the prison staff from the warden from the Uh brought board from the State Board oversees the presence because they didn't really see the need to bring any kind of peace in hopes of another wise helpless place place Well father hiding was not to be deterred. He said about a plan and he started raising money and and eventually he got got the governor and the cardinal and his other two clergy counterparts or. Be a Protestant minister and a Jewish. Rabbi that Benedetti do and he he also inspired about two hundred of the convicts to say. They would volunteer their effort to make a building to build a building so they had a workforce force and they had a kind of an official approval but the only thing they needed now was money that Catholic Church gave him five thousand dollars but that wasn't enough and so he started tries it trying to raise money from other sources finally in in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine the project which which which was named after the good thief Saint dismas broke ground in nineteen thirty nine they started demolishing another cell block that wouldn't be used used in order to get building material. They started hitting up the the local churches in the area and and the national churches for any kind of supplies for in the inside the decor. Maybe somebody had some abuser An altar or something like that. They could do that. It's a Catholic Church and need icons I need statues of Jesus and pictures so there was one inmate in particular paid attention. This course been raised a Catholic Charles. Lucky Luciano was raised a Catholic and he was convicted of being a pimp and he was described by the newspapers and most dangerous ranger gangster and he was described by the newspapers and by the prosecutor. Thomas Dewey as the most danger as the it was described by Newspapers person his prosecutor. Tom Dewey as the most dangerous gangster in the world and and he had a sentence of thirty to sixty years. He'd been at Zing Zang for a little bit and then came to Dan Amora now. He wouldn particularly religious guy himself but you know he was raised a Catholic and You know like like once a Catholic. The Catholics has been my experience. So father highland winter lucky Luciano because he was you know when these guys go into penitentiary. These big time Lakos in those drove mafia gangsters even back then just like when John Gotti came into Mariam. These prisoners know who they aren't they line up and and and they pay attention to them and of course they've got other Underlings already in there establish a place for them and provide provide them with anything that they would want and they have all kinds of great connections on the outside and money on the outside so they can they. They can do pretty good in prison prison. You're still in prison but I guess it's better than going in there being a a a little tiny guy with no connections and no money and Only your wits to protect you and if you don't have a good personality or charismatic personality can't make friends way it would be even harder time so father highland contact and let Lucy. I know we got five thousand dollars but we need more money. The story is lucky. Dame says you you got five thousand dollars pre says yeah lucky says you know I read the newspaper. I read the New York papers every day. And I know how to pick horses by their highland lead reported. That lucky showed him a newspaper and joining the Sports Section in the lineup for the day's races the next day and said that on these three horses tomorrow with that five thousand dollars well. Father Highland was a little uncomfortable about that and he. He declined the offer. He said you know he said I'm I'm sorry. But the cardinal wouldn't like it even if they all win but curiosity got the best father hot and of course I've been how could you not go look in the next day..

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"alvin dewey" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"alvin dewey" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City. Police Intelligence Unit detective Jerry Jenkins. Well Hello Oh you weren't average out there. I'm here in the Studio Gang Lenoir while my myself tonight. You know doing shows with Cam and with other guests but today I'm GonNa do is show him. I knew actually a series of up to Shows own lucky Luciano non not new. You know who lucky Luciano was. If you're new organized tonight's crime lucky Luciano was was one of the most famous mobsters I'd say and probably because he had a cool name Money was one of the more more famous early mobsters in the early Nineteen Twenties Nineteen Thirties. There was actually born saboteur Luciana in Sicily and came over over with his father. The usual immigrant story around came over. They came over around the turn of the century. Father'd been a some kind of a minor over there and they moved into I think what you would call the lower east side of Manhattan and the five points area. Where the the Irish had had started there before the five points area is generally defined as being bound by center street to the West and the bowery to the East Canal Street on the north and Parker on the south? And today it's primarily. Emily occupied by something called the Civic Center but it it does point in time it was where all the immigrants I landed and lived in in densely populated disease ridden and crime infested slums and was like that for a long time until more modern times. So lucky lucky came up the hard way and and came up with these street gangs and rose up into The black hand operations and early Organized organized crime history. The the Mustache Pizza. We're praying off the other Italian Immigrants Sicilian emigrants in New York City and through in with With some of the The other young guys and eventually were Were able to displace the to Joe Joe Miss Area and Joe Manzano or the old mustache. Pete's you know and they got his nickname roddy of different reasons. I think he was always just kind of lucky. They save his lucky to be alive live because in October nineteen twenty nine. Three men forced him into a car and took him out and beat him and stabbed him dragging him up by his hands in a beam in for beaming a warehouse in out in Staten Island. But somehow he He survived that they were sending a message. I'm sure rubbish coming along about that time. And we all know what happened. Organized Crime Cosa Nostra during prohibition and Luckily Santo he had the the The brains and the car the charisma the ring people around him and and start organized. People naturally ended up forming the first I National Crime Syndicate or the Commission but Then you know that made him a target Alvin Dewey was a crusading prosecuting attorney in the nineteen thirties. And and Lucky Luciano was the big fish. Drop in He he actually Lucky Luciano save do live. Probably he heard about that. Schultz wanted to murder special prosecutor securer duly and he knew that that would be that would be bad. That would be bad for everybody. And so he ordered that Schultz to not go through with that plan and and actually ended up approving of the murder assault the the commission then in Lucky Luciano was the man on on the early the first commission but what I want to hate he doing then goes after him and and he prosecutes Monday case for actually for for prostitution for organizing prostitution by the time they get probations over. So there's no more prohibition case cases to be made there's other extortion and murder plots might be able to be made but But he I you know. There's a lot of controversy about this whether he was really getting money. From all these different houses of prostitution in New York and see back in the day. It wasn't like today today. It's all mainly escort services craigslist internet kind of connections or street. Prostitution's back in the day in hotels and then there would be houses it would have girls that lived. Mb Houses of prostitution. That's where the name morehouse comes from. You go to a hotel. That was notorious for that and the the bellboy would go in and asks for a room for a couple of hours and then della boy wonder girl set up and give him some money and present girl would appear in and you do collector money and you do your deed and go on and they popped him for for avenue organizing that and getting money off of the houses of prostitution institution in New York and so he goes up state to what's known as The New York Clinton Correctional Facility also known as Danna more moment better known as Danna anamour also called Little Siberia. Because you know when you get up upstate New York year who are pretty far north and long cold winters up there During this time there's a Catholic priest that got it signed up. There was kind of a Shall we call him a Hulan priest and he He liked Dismissed dependent saint dismas the penitent thief and he was gonNA. He wanted to build a church on the grounds of the penitentiary. He even had he even had a sane that he would Tell the prisoners as he introduced himself and when around and minister to prisoners. That which you bring here in your heart cannot be taken from you at the gate. So he's giving him some kind of hope that yeah you can survive this. It's it's grim. It's brutal it's difficult but but you can survive this. And of course Father Ambrose Island would help you survive that if he would just let him he When he arrived at the gates of his what would be his new parish in nineteen thirty seven he just in his mind it was was it was depressing? They said he grabbed his general melancholy. Old fashioned word Derek general melancholy throughout the prison. They say like Lancing up here in Leavenworth area just north of Kansas City. There's about five different prisons in areas that whole area being described as has just like has has bad had Juju a bad vibe over because of all those penitentiaries and you know I mean you can you can survive in prison. But it's it's a lot of negative you buy to come around in a in a president. Dan Moore's prison had a had a really. The prison at Dan Moore had a really bad reputation Bruno really brutal guards hard. You know they put these presents out in the country to hire the bomb guides from around there and they're not the most sophisticated people in the world. There was absolutely no kind of thought out of rehabilitation or classes. or or you know what you do with people to prepare them to get back out again so they just brutalized them. They kept them under control. He did notice. There were some positive elements in the prison added pretty decent librarian. They had a good kitchen. While I know my friend Steve Cooked in a the penitentiary and and I know another guy that cooked in a big a treatment center facility and and you know they say if you have a good kitchen and good food and is prepared well and they have enough of it. Then that goes a long ways to keep an everybody happy in and given the prison quiet but the the The new chaplain Around his words my church and he ask is his first the first guard that was guiding him around and the guy said. I don't know Oh man There is absolutely no church on the grounds in and actually at the time there was no prison in the entire United States had a free standing church on its grounds and Father Highland decided that he wanted to get a church. He he did makeshift services. Like the other the Protestant pastors. There's that came in in the in an assembly hall He he was he was a bother. Highland was of course us as you might. Well guess greeted by disapproval from the prison staff from the warden from the Uh brought board from the State Board oversees the presence because they didn't really see the need to bring any kind of peace in hopes of another wise helpless place place Well father hiding was not to be deterred. He said about a plan and he started raising money and and eventually he got got the governor and the cardinal and his other two clergy counterparts or. Be a Protestant minister and a Jewish. Rabbi that Benedetti do and he he also inspired about two hundred of the convicts to say. They would volunteer their effort to make a building to build a building so they had a workforce force and they had a kind of an official approval but the only thing they needed now was money that Catholic Church gave him five thousand dollars but that wasn't enough and so he started tries it trying to raise money from other sources finally in in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine the project which which which was named after the good thief Saint dismas broke ground in nineteen thirty nine they started demolishing another cell block that wouldn't be used used in order to get building material. They started hitting up the the local churches in the area and and the national churches for any kind of supplies for in the inside the decor. Maybe somebody had some abuser An altar or something like that. They could do that. It's a Catholic Church and need icons I need statues of Jesus and pictures so there was one inmate in particular paid attention. This course been raised a Catholic Charles. Lucky Luciano was raised a Catholic and he was convicted of being a pimp and he was described by the newspapers and most dangerous ranger gangster and he was described by the newspapers and by the prosecutor. Thomas Dewey as the most danger as the it was described by Newspapers person his prosecutor. Tom Dewey as the most dangerous gangster in the world and and he had a sentence of thirty to sixty years. He'd been at Zing Zang for a little bit and then came to Dan Amora now. He wouldn particularly religious guy himself but you know he was raised a Catholic and You know like like once a Catholic. The Catholics has been my experience. So father highland winter lucky Luciano because he was you know when these guys go into penitentiary. These big time Lakos in those drove mafia gangsters even back then just like when John Gotti came into Mariam. These prisoners know who they aren't they line up and and and they pay attention to them and of course they've got other Underlings already in there establish a place for them and provide provide them with anything that they would want and they have all kinds of great connections on the outside and money on the outside so they can they. They can do pretty good in prison prison. You're still in prison but I guess it's better than going in there being a a a little tiny guy with no connections and no money and Only your wits to protect you and if you don't have a good personality or charismatic personality can't make friends way it would be even harder time so father highland contact and let Lucy. I know we got five thousand dollars but we need more money. The story is lucky. Dame says you you got five thousand dollars pre says yeah lucky says you know I read the newspaper. I read the New York papers every day. And I know how to pick horses by their highland lead reported. That lucky showed him a newspaper and joining the Sports Section in the lineup for the day's races the next day and said that on these three horses tomorrow with that five thousand dollars well. Father Highland was a little uncomfortable about that and he. He declined the offer. He said you know he said I'm I'm sorry. But the cardinal wouldn't like it even if they all win but curiosity got the best father hot and of course I've been how could you not go look in the next day..

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