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"bulger" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Was largely out of his control. It is the one thing in life that is out of everyone's control. Family. They were lucky They didn't try the do nothing That is James Bulger. You may know him better as Whitey Billy's story would never be complete without Weide and vice versa. But there are more people involved than just the two brothers from the old Harbour Village Housing Project in South Boston. To examine the lives of the Bulger brothers, One must examine the brutal deaths of 19 relatively unknown souls. This is a story about pretty excited about this app. I just downloaded its shares AM but for bird calls, so I activate it. When I hear a bird colony haven't identified this bird and it'll tell me what kind of bird it is. What if it's wrong? And you believe it, And then you tell your friends Ah, we have in northern macaw in our friend. Would you know the difference? Gary and Shannon probably not know weekdays at 10 A.m. on KFT, California in Gallop on Bill Handles show on Kelly in for Bill K. If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio app And look, here's another opportunity for you to win $1000 K f. I has your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword money M O n E Y to 202 100, You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard.
"bulger" Discussed on Mafia
"City oklahoma in two thousand eighteen for for reasons that are still mysterious. Bolger is sent to the federal prison and burston mills west virginia. And it's a very strange Reason why who sent there. So it's not clear. And then he's put into the general prison population when he's there for. Someone is famous or infamous as whitey bolger to be placed in the general population is very unusual and also on october thirtieth two thousand eighteen. He was martyred in that prison. I think we have a pretty good idea. Who did it our loose. Who has been accused of doing it. As is the case organized crime sharing information with law enforcement is a big. No and whitey had come into contact with a fellow mobster. New he wasn't informant. One of them was a former boston. Area mob hitman. Who was serving a life term freddie. Jesus we're not sure yet of all the details but it's pretty clear. That gs reportedly had a particularly hatred for rats. Were informants and certainly bolger fit that mold. And ultimately he was his body was returned to boston and he was buried z. Monica's church in south boston so where he came from he returned. Phyllis carries author of kevin. Weekes is biography. Had this to say about kathy greg. Bolger's longtime girlfriend. She never believed any of the stories about jim. Bolger being a murderer. She knew he did some bad things. She knew listen to the mob but she never believed. She still doesn't to this day believe that he was really as bad as she honestly wants. Some people have a fascination with gangsters and mobsters somehow can look beyond the murders in the crimes they commit to focus on the charisma the bravado of these individuals or something about the mob that fascinates people without sorta recognizing the the much darker side of what they're looking at others especially those who were victimized by bolger. See him as this horrible murders thug. Who deserved everything. He got plenty of people in boston. Who were victimized by whitey. Bolger who had family members who were killed who were robbed from robbed by him who were hurt by him in one way or another and there are a whole 'nother faction certainly sees him as a rat as an informant which is worse than being a killer in some factions south. Boston in the end bolger will be remembered by some for his crimes and by others for his philanthropy. I think he. He added that psychopath sociopath not a psychologist. I mean i know. He's not Was he normal. Before yet those lsd treatments. I don't know that he eats crime was in his blood. I mean twenty is old. Is that in bakes. I mean this is not a normal person and there were six kids in his family. Six kids in kevin stanley and kevin was the only gangster and his. Jimmy was the only gang starring in his so had people raised by the same family. Detroit out that way. I don't know there to be something really screwed up in an to have done. So many words at there's a lot of different ways that people look wadi bolger. Today is certainly a man of contradictions. And that's one of the things that. I think you see with a lot of these criminals at the stature himself an american patriot while at the same time routinely using murder and threats to make his fortune. He had no trouble killing a person. He was just a cold blooded killer but he couldn't watch his sick dog put down without turning his head and cry. You know. He professed to hate drugs yet. He profited handsomely from drug dealers from extorting drug dealers. He valued loyalty among his peers at the same time. He was providing intelligence to the fbi. The man of contradictions that are most of us could not carry in our brain at the same time and somehow he was. He was able to do that well into his eighties. You know he never had that moment. It appears in prison where he realized that everything he had done was just horrible. It wrong and and you know he was able to justify so much. This has been mafia and audio boom original series hosted by me fleet cooper. This show is produced by audio booms. Lauren vogel.
"bulger" Discussed on Mafia
"Italians. he wanted to take down. The mafia now is a far sexier thing for them to be able to to do so. What that meant was the irish mobsters. Were pretty much ignored or they were used for the by the fbi to get the italian. That's what the final goal but this obsession with taking down one. Specific group of people would turn out to be a waste of time as bolger would often lie and get away with it due to the agency looking the other way. Why would be calling the shots. Not the fbi. He considered himself like a liaison as opposed to being an informant. And that's how it went. Why often would lie reports to the fbi. Certainly was hold all kinds of information just a month. After he agreed with john. Conley to become an informant. He killed two people and claimed that others had done the killings and for his part very sadly you know conley. Look the other way When whitey and see flabby who also was an informant were committing all kinds of horrible crimes or killing people there extorting people all the things they were doing and the fbi would do nothing because what it was focused on. Was you taken down the mafia but everything was about to change when local police finally caught onto bulges dealings. Rightfully leaving the corrupted. Fbi out of the loop on their work. Why did why do you go into hiding. It started with the fact that even though the fbi was protecting the other investigative agencies law enforcement agencies in massachusetts. We're not so willing to protect him. And one of those individuals who really decided to focus on on bolger and steve fleming was a man named tom foley and tom. Foley was in charge of organized.
John Connolly, former Boston FBI agent, to be released from a Florida prison
"From prison for a disgraced FBI agent connected with mobster Whitey Bulger. Ask and you shall receive 80 year old John Conley requested a medical release from President Florida. Now the Florida Commission on Offender Review has said yes by a vote of 2 to 1. For years, Conley was the FBI's handler of notorious mobster Whitey Bulger, and he was convicted in 2000 and eight on charges related to the killing of world highlight President John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Way back in 1982. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison. That's not happening. Under the terms of his medical release, Conley is supposed to stay in a specified residents or a hospice facility. But it's not present. Carl
Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Boston mobster Bulger seeks release
"40 year prison sentence for alerting mobster Whitey Bulger that he could be implicated in a mob murder wants to be released from prison on medical grounds. John Conlee will ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday. To release him. Huntley's lawyer, telling The Boston Herald. His 80 year old client has melanoma and diabetes. Conley was convicted back in 2008. Of second degree murder after a mob hit man killed world highlight President John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale trial evidence showed Conley tipped off Bulger. The Callahan was about to implicate the gang in another killing. 6
Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Boston mobster Whitey Bulger seeks release
"FBI agent John Connolly is asking to be released from prison on medical grounds. Connolly is serving 40 years for warning former Boston mobster Whitey Bulger that he was about to be implicated in a mob hit. Connelly will ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday to release him, his lawyer tells The Herald is 80 year old client has melanomas and diabetes that Connolly was convicted back in 2008 of second degree murder after a mob hit man. Killed. Uh, A, um, A, uh John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Excuse me. Trial Evidence show, Connolly tipped a bowl jer that Kellyanne was about to implicate culture in another killing.
Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Bulger seeks release from Miami prison
"For alerting Whitey Bulger that he could be implicated in a mob murder wants to be released from prison on medical grounds. 80 year old John Connolly is serving a 40 year sentence. But we'll ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday to release him because he has melanoma and diabetes. I'm Dan Watkins. Well, I
Bamboozled By Teller, Chicago Bank Robber Offers ID Before Arrest
"I think Robert gave teller his actual idee during ill fated heists. This is great. They're just not making bank robbers like they used really. Whitey Bulger is rolling over in his grave thinking about the other incompetence of the modern day. Bank robber, a Chicago bank robbery suspect gave a teller his state issued ID along with a withdrawn floor way his state issued ideas that anything like a D e B T card. No, I don't. I don't think I think it was his regular driver's license. Why would it say a driver's license? Right? Why is it saying a state issued I D If it's a driver's license? That's also a state issued idea. Is it not? I know it is, but it's It's very imprecise. Mm. And that's a good question. How you can look at just how the police log had documented. This is why you developed sources in the police department. Right, Taylor? Yes. So you could you so you can find out what was really used. Is that a dig at me that I didn't find the source of whether or not it wasn't a BT or an I D? No, I'm just saying Taylor Taylor used to go down to the New Bedford Police Department, just like I used to go down to the Winston Salem Police department and sometimes the Boston Police Department, Ednor Flores 34 entered a PNC Bank and the city's humbled park section. And waited in line before handing a teller A deposit ticket with the words armed and no dye packs. But how we die. What spells? Yeah. Uh, well, you know that. Here's the problem. The Chicago schools have been out for a long time and the teachers, the teachers are still refusing to go back, and this is the kind of the kind of tragedies they're going to occur. Leading the quick, quick witted bank employees to press a silent alarm. The savvy teller then asked Flores, who was wearing a hood in a surgical mask of the time. If he wanted to make a deposit or withdraw the employees then gave floor is a blue withdrawal slip on which he scrawled $10,000 and filled up his account number as 123456789. Before handing it back. Florida's proceeded to give his authentic I D to the teller when asked for he over his temporary state I d card issued by the Illinois secretary of state just days earlier. That's his name. Ednor Flores. Mm hmm. I'm gonna get. It was not a legitimate driver's license under any circumstance. I'm starting to think it might not have been either man covered in. It certainly wasn't a voter ID card says Rambo for 13 we I think we can assume that safely. Yes.
Howie Winter, longtime leader of Somerville’s Winter Hill Gang outside of Boston, dies at 91
"Of a leader free of and Somerville's open notorious Indo Pacific Winter Hill gang that and a former can crime counter partner China's of James growing Whitey influence. Bulger. In the Died region, Thursday of a heart with attack the pandemic at his home in Millbury surging at the age of 91, across the country. best known Are as one we of New England's nearing most the need powerful for a nationwide underworld lockdown? figures But in the would sixties that be the and right move? seventies ABC during testimony medical at expert Whitey Bulger's Dr John trial Brownstein. back in 2013. Health experts agree Winter that was a lockdown implicated is an extreme strategy in a number don't of murders want to from go there. the Irish gang We want wars to keep of our the schools sixties open and seventies, and trying to keep the economy never charged going and with the issue any is of how them, do you sort although of tweak he did serve and create six a years more in nuanced prison for physics approach fixing for interventions? horse races. Hot spots should At see six more closures East Coast like, racetracks for instance, and indoor also dining drug and it trafficking Really going to be about of funeral for how we you know went these to will larger be held Tuesday efforts like national at testing Saint Clement a Church national mass in Somerville. mending, You know, the Biden
"bulger" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The longest tenure in history. Once his historic run was finished, he became the president of the University of Massachusetts. He has also received his doctor of jurisprudence from Boston College Law school, and he has more than 20 honorary degrees from a wide variety of esteemed institutions. And despite all of these accomplishments and accolades, what William Michael Bulger will most likely be remembered for is something that was largely out of his control. It is the one thing in life that is out of everyone's control. Family. They were lucky. They don't know that is James Bulger. You may know him better as Whitey Billy's story would never be complete without Whitey and vice versa. But there are more people involved than just the two brothers from the old Harbour Village Housing Project in South Boston. To examine the lives of the Bulger brothers, One must examine the brutal deaths of 19 relatively unknown souls. This is a story about evil incarnate. This is dirty rats. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one News radio 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one of the voice of Colorado live everywhere on the I. Heart Radio ABS news Radio time is tuo one. I'm Susan. Wicked. Our top story. Denver Using a curfew to stop the spread of covert 19, we'll get right to it after we check traffic with Rick Markets. That French sports traffic center looking a whole lot better on I 70 both directions across the elevated portion with E Every found out of the way at York the stall semi westbound out of the way. York's Ah, better drive through there right now still backed up on 2 70 both directions. Cross commerce City butt back up to speed on west. I 76 between Pecos and Sheridan Looks like they There's some quick roadwork there rest of the highway drive in pretty good shape, especially for Friday afternoon. This report sponsored by Napa Auto parts, the thousands Of locally owned Napa stores across the nation. Chances are that wherever you call home, they do, too. So.
CDC says virus cases on rise in 75 percent of nation
"As federal health officials say the nation seeing a distressing rise in covert nineteen cases president trump's predecessor is calling out his handling of the pandemic CDC deputy director J. Bulger says cases are up in really all parts of the country nearly seventy five percent likely in part because people are moving indoors with the arrival of cooler temperatures Barack Obama says it would have been a tough situation for any president but the degree of incompetence and misinformation the number of people who might not have died in his first in person campaign event for Joe Biden Obama said he's confident his former vice president will deal with the pandemic more effectively Sager mag ani Washington
"bulger" Discussed on Kingpins
"He probably meant it. The FBI might have never pursued Whitey. If a judge hadn't released a six, hundred, sixty, one page report in nineteen ninety nine. It was damning and and how the FBI had protected Whitey and allowed him to maintain his criminal enterprises off the report. The Justice Department launched a criminal inquiry into the Boston FBI's practices. This led to the FBI arresting John Connolly just before Christmas of Nineteen, ninety, nine, all of Whitey's former southie compasses were eventually arrested and most of them flipped. The revelation that Whitey was an FBI informant made them question why they were protecting rat in two thousand white he was charged in absentia with nineteen murders in a federal racketeering indictment. This was largely thanks to the testimonies of his closest winter hill associates. John connally was then convicted of corruption charges in two thousand and two, and later convicted of the second degree murder of John, Callahan in two thousand eight in total. He faced a fifty year prison sentence and yet why he was still missing his trail had gone completely cold, and before long he eventually became number two on the FBI's most wanted list. Some bin Laden of course was number one. Throughout the two thousands tips on whyte's whereabouts sporadically came in someone thought they saw him at a screening of the departed in San Diego in two thousand six another claim to have seen him on the Santa Monica Pier in two thousand and eight. The FBI wasn't much better off in two, thousand, ten, the bureau admitted it needed help. So they brought in US Marshal Neil Sullivan a skilled tracker Sullivan quickly realized that the best way to get to wine t was to find his girlfriend Cathy Greg- unlike whitey Kathy wouldn't be hiding in disguise. Supposedly vein the FBI had to believe she'd be doing her best to look as young as she was fifteen years ago by mid two, thousand eleven they had created a thirty second TV spot asking for. About Kathy and run it during daytime talkshows. While some of the leads were dead ends, there was one with promise it came from Reykjavik specifically the former Miss Iceland on a EST daughter. To seen a story on CNN about the search for white and his girlfriend Cathy Greg- She was absolutely certain that the woman with Whitey was someone she recognized as Carol Gasco and the Carol. Gasco she knew was a cat lover Mary to an old comedian named Charlie and they lived in Sunny Santa Monica California as it turned out. Whitey, and Kathy settled down in Santa Monica California in Nineteen Ninety six and for the last sixteen years they've been calling the Princess Eugenia. Complex, home. The FBI sent local agents to stake out the apartment once it was confirmed that both Whitey and Kathy were still living in the building law enforcement decided to apprehend them in June of two thousand eleven on June twenty second the building manager cooled Kathy and told her that someone broke into that outdoor storage locker. Cathy said that Whitey would go check on it at around five, forty, five, pm eighty, one year old Whitey bulger walked outside and was immediately surrounded by FBI agents. They tried to force him to the ground, but he wouldn't comply there was oil on the concrete white. He didn't WanNA stain his slacks eventually white he was escorted to lax to be flown back to Boston. He was jovial in the car to the airport joking with the offices and criticizing their tactical errors. Back. In Boston wide he told authorities that he would plead guilty to all his crimes. If they let Cathy Greg- go he said. She did what all the cops prisons and courts couldn't got me to live crime-free for sixteen years for this they should give her a medal. That wasn't how the court saw though upon hearing she was given eight years Whitey was appalled but he soon have to face his own trial which began on June twelfth two, thousand thirteen. Prosecutors presented his laundry list of heinous crimes including thirty two counts of racketeering money, laundering, extortion, and involvement in nineteen murders. While his defense fought these charges, their main focus was embellishing Whitey's image as an honorable criminal they wanted to make it clear. He wasn't an informant he paid corrupt FBI agents for information. The also passionately tried to avoid discussing if he'd killed Fleming's ex girlfriend Debra Davis and Fleming's stepdaughter. Debbie Hussy. Killing women didn't fit with the honorable criminal persona they were trying to cultivate white. He didn't do much to help his image as a good guy though when his old allies testified against him, his outbursts were angry and explosive when his former protege Kevin weeks and to to take the stand whitey shouted you suck as the entire courtroom listened. They almost got in a fistfight then in there when the trial finally came to an end Whitey was convicted on thirty one of thirty two counts including participation in eleven murders. Strangely enough no verdict was reached on the death of Deborah Davis. His defense team had done that much. On November fourteenth two thousand thirteen James Whitey Bolger received two life sentences plus five years more and was ordered to pay nineteen point five million dollars in restitution. So often almost half a century he had returned to. The federal. Prison. System. Do you spend the next five years being moved from prison to prison he eventually earned a reputation for causing trouble other inmates. All of this came to a grisly end on October thirtieth two thousand eighteen when the eighteen year old whitey was beaten to death in the Hazelton Federal Penitentiary in West Virginia. No one has officially been charged with Whitey's death has of two thousand nineteen federal authorities are still investigating photos gs a former Mafia hitman as his killer. The suspicion is that he may have killed Whitey because he was despite a lifetime of denial a rat. The End Whitey Bolger had two stories. One was of a poor kid from the projects who grew up to be a cities criminal overlord. The other was more grim a tale of corruption and failure in some of the United States. Most storied institutions school. System Failed Whitey. It couldn't keep his interest and he was eager to leave the prison system didn't reform him instead he was a Guinea pig too horrible experiments and the FBI failed to allowing Whitey to carry out crimes in exchange for helping take down the Mafia. But this only meant he abused the FBI's power bending it. So he could rule South Boston for almost twenty years. No one was more aware of this than the bureau which has since changed its protocols. It now has updated guidelines for how to handle informants. Concrete's insurance meant to prevent suffering through the nightmare of a second Whitey bulger..
"bulger" Discussed on Kingpins
"Was arrested for his suspected involvement in the killing of cocaine dealer in Boston's Chinatown. Halloween masks bail but knew he was still in trouble. So he reached out to the FBI and told them he had information that they'd be very interested in. He knew exactly who killed Roger, wheeler. Fact John Callahan Halloran were friends and Hollerin claimed to have been present when his pal hired the Winter Hill Gang for the hit. But the agents leading the investigation weren't sold on how they're in as an informant. In light of this, they went to the head of Boston's Organized Crime Division to Suss out more information on Halloween shortly. Thereafter, Whitey received a call from John Connolly without any pleasantries connolly said simply. Hollarin' is wearing a wire. It was shocking moment a reversal even. Why is he had been brought on as the informant and now John connally was routing information to Whitey. The rules were no longer bending. They had snapped into connolly hadn't given Whitey any explicit instructions to deal with. Halloran but he knew full. Well, what is informant was capable of? That spring on May Eleventh Nineteen eighty-two Whitey and his protege Kevin Weekes Court, Halperin. Appear restaurants in Boston at around six PM Halloween exited the Paul and got in a friend's car to head home. Then whitey pulled up alongside them. He shouted Hey Brian before he opened fire shooting Halloran twenty two times. That hololens death wasn't the end of the investigation. There was one more loose end. Conley grew nervous when he found out that other FBI agents were planning on questioning Callahan. He reached out to Whitey warning him that Callahan was bound to break under questioning. He didn't need to say any more Whitey had an associate kill Callahan in the Miami airport parking deck several days. Later, his body was found in the trunk of a Cadillac a parking attendant had noticed fluid leaking from the trunk and the smell as frustrated as Whitey was with these buckles. They again undoubtedly proved connelly still had his back after all he had murdered a prominent businessman fifteen, hundred miles away from Boston, Whitey new the leash was off connolly was now complicit in his crimes. which meant within reason Whitey could pursue whatever enterprise he wanted. So he and Fleming decided to expand Whitey was now ready to attempt his most ambitious scheme yet transatlantic arms trafficking. As a strong supporter of the Irish. Republican. Army all I are a white. He felt compelled to help their fights against the British controlled Northern Ireland. He actually had Irish citizenship. Thanks to his grandmother. The IRA needed weapons than Whitey had access to both funds and transportation. As it turns out Whitey had been extorting. Southie drug dealers for some time their fleet of trawlers which shipped marijuana up and down the east coast could be of use Whitey's plan was to use the trawler, the Valhalla to transport guns and ammunition across the Atlantic to aid the IRA. And to help pay for its all white, he is going to shake down the drug dealers for donations. He amassed over one million dollars, which he then used to purchase firearms and ammunition. The VALHALLA was loaded with ninety one rifles, eight submachine guns, thirteen shotguns, fifty-one handguns, eleven, bulletproof vests, seventy thousand rounds of ammunition and several grenades and rockets. And at midnight on September fourteenth, Nineteen eighty-four the floating arsenal set sail for the Emerald dial there were only five men on board three Boston Irish gangsters a captain and mechanic turned drug dealer named John mcintire. Unfortunately the voyage was anything but smooth the Valhalla ran into hurricanes and nearly sank. For some reason why he had thought setting sale during hurricane season would provide good cover, but he'd failed to consider its dangers. The strategy nearly cost them a major deal with the IRA luckily, often more than fourteen days at sea. The valhalla made it to Ireland and met up with the IRA vessel Marita an once the weapons and AMMO were transferred. The valhalla headed home to Boston. Miraculously the operation was a success, also whitey thought a few days after the exchange Whitey saw news report that the Irish Navy had intercepted an IRA vessel carrying weapons the Marita Ann was under investigation. Things. Only unraveled more from there. Off to the Valhalla doctrine in Boston John McIntyre was soon arrested. Shockingly his arrest had nothing to do with gun running, but rather sneaking into his estranged wife's. In police custody, McIntyre panicked and spilled the beans about everything the arms dealing the drug operations and everything involving Winter Hill. The cops who arrested him had no idea how deep he was involved in Southie. So they called in a quincy detective who was already working with the dea they'd being tracking Whitey's involvement in the drug trade that hadn't been able to find a corroborating witness. Now it seemed like, McIntyre was then man the DA reached out to the FBI who sent a liaison to interview McIntyre. The liaison later claimed that commonly overheard him telling other agents in Boston FBI office that someone on the Valhalla had flipped, which spurred connelly to meet with Whitey the agent knew someone from the Valhalla was writing him out but didn't know who but Whitey had a good idea. McIntyre lived in Quincy, and if a quincy detective was involved, he had to be the rat on November thirtieth nineteen eighty-four Whitey struck under the guise of a party. One of his associates lured John McIntyre to a house on third. Street they proceeded to shoot him in the head and bury him in the basement. McIntyre was one of what would soon be three bodies buried there. Whitey took to calling the place the haunting. With the gun running debacle finally squashed why do you learn another valuable lesson stick with what you know? From now on his main focus would be on extortion and passing tips to Connolly. He even appeared to quit killing his last known murder occurred in Nineteen eighty-five connelly to was relieved that Whitey had settled down. It certainly made their relationship easier, which was indicative of what was to come why would allegedly aid him in an operation that was arguably the highlight of Connolly's career Connolly himself claimed that whites he played parts in the FBI's nine, thousand, nine, hundred, nine effort to record a mafia induction ceremony Connolly was ultimately able to bug the house where the ceremony took place recording the entire event. This recording was the holy grail of Mafia evidence. It would become the basis of many mafia related.
"bulger" Discussed on Kingpins
"In the kitchen of seven ninety, , nine east. . Third Street in Boston Fifty Five Year Old Boston crime boss Whitey Bolger said across from John mcintire he felt nothing but hatred. . He knew that McIntyre agreed to talk to the DA and there was nothing that Whitey loathed more than a rat. . A cool breeze rattled the window on that day in November nineteen eighty-four McIntyre was handcuffed and chained to a chair. . Whitey set his MAC ten machine pistol on the table and told him that they needed to talk. . Knew, , he was doomed. . There was a reason why Whitey had become the kingpin of South Boston. . Lording over the neighborhoods loansharking bookmaking truck hijacking and extortion rackets, , and it wasn't by showing mercy. . He knew that even if he was somehow able to talk his way out of the situation that was nowhere to run. . By the end of his career Whitey sanctioned hits as far away as Oklahoma McIntyre. . Himself had even been involved in weapons smuggling scheme into Ireland full Whitey. No . less. . His boss was an international criminal. . The great irony of course was Whitey got away with all of his criminal enterprises because he himself was an FBI informant. . Whitey had grown up in the projects with an FBI agent named John Connolly. . To him. . Whitey was more than just a valuable pawn in their war against the Italian mafia, , and for Bolger, , Connolly became his `get-out-of-jail-free card and it was connelly who gave him the tip that one of his guys McIntyre was talking of course only those in White T.'s inner circle new of his deal between Bolger and connolly besides who would suspect Whitey of talking he was the gentleman gangster who bought Turkeys for poor South Boston families on Thanksgiving, , the man who was a fitness. Nut . He didn't drink or smoke the same Whitey who for all of his wealth and power still drove a Chevy Malibu and lived with his mother nearly until her death in nineteen eighty. . Whitey, , was a Southie boy through and through no, one , would accuse him of talking to the feds so why he ran southie and that meant he had all the tools in his pocket, , the power of the FBI and the power to do whatever needed to be done to anyone who crossed him. . In. . The kitchen John mcintire shook his head apologizing over and over again he told his boss. . I'm sorry. . I was week white. . He wasn't interested in the apologies he needed information. . He turned the conversation to ask him questions about what McIntyre told the FBI. . NDA and then oddly his questions shifted back towards business McIntyre was entrenched in Boston's drug trade Whitey. . He had been forcing South Boston's drug dealers to pay him rent for working his streets and he wanted to make sure he was still getting his haircut McIntyre spilled everything both what he said to the feds and about the drug industry he held back nothing by the time McIntyre was done talking Whitey was satisfied. . He calmed McIntyre down in assured him that they were just going to send him away. . Once the heat died down, , he could return to Boston somehow whites he managed to convince McIntyre to come down to the basement with him. . and. . Once they were downstairs white he tried to strangle McIntyre with the rope. . But the rope was too thick. . All it did was make McIntyre. . throw-up frustrated Whitey grabbed a gun and shot him with that bullet. . Whitey used his position as an informant for the FBI to kill another enforcement and the FBI had helped him do it. . People like John McIntyre. What . collateral damage the cost of doing business ultimately McIntyre's death meant nothing to Whitey. . In fact, , he went upstairs and took a nap a ritual he kept after every kill. . Meanwhile, , two of his henchmen buried the body
Crime Boss, James Whitey Bulger
"In the kitchen of seven ninety, nine east. Third Street in Boston Fifty Five Year Old Boston crime boss Whitey Bolger said across from John mcintire he felt nothing but hatred. He knew that McIntyre agreed to talk to the DA and there was nothing that Whitey loathed more than a rat. A cool breeze rattled the window on that day in November nineteen eighty-four McIntyre was handcuffed and chained to a chair. Whitey set his MAC ten machine pistol on the table and told him that they needed to talk. Knew, he was doomed. There was a reason why Whitey had become the kingpin of South Boston. Lording over the neighborhoods loansharking bookmaking truck hijacking and extortion rackets, and it wasn't by showing mercy. He knew that even if he was somehow able to talk his way out of the situation that was nowhere to run. By the end of his career Whitey sanctioned hits as far away as Oklahoma McIntyre. Himself had even been involved in weapons smuggling scheme into Ireland full Whitey. No less. His boss was an international criminal. The great irony of course was Whitey got away with all of his criminal enterprises because he himself was an FBI informant. Whitey had grown up in the projects with an FBI agent named John Connolly. To him. Whitey was more than just a valuable pawn in their war against the Italian mafia, and for Bolger, Connolly became his `get-out-of-jail-free card and it was connelly who gave him the tip that one of his guys McIntyre was talking of course only those in White T.'s inner circle new of his deal between Bolger and connolly besides who would suspect Whitey of talking he was the gentleman gangster who bought Turkeys for poor South Boston families on Thanksgiving, the man who was a fitness. Nut He didn't drink or smoke the same Whitey who for all of his wealth and power still drove a Chevy Malibu and lived with his mother nearly until her death in nineteen eighty. Whitey, was a Southie boy through and through no, one would accuse him of talking to the feds so why he ran southie and that meant he had all the tools in his pocket, the power of the FBI and the power to do whatever needed to be done to anyone who crossed him. In. The kitchen John mcintire shook his head apologizing over and over again he told his boss. I'm sorry. I was week white. He wasn't interested in the apologies he needed information. He turned the conversation to ask him questions about what McIntyre told the FBI. NDA and then oddly his questions shifted back towards business McIntyre was entrenched in Boston's drug trade Whitey. He had been forcing South Boston's drug dealers to pay him rent for working his streets and he wanted to make sure he was still getting his haircut McIntyre spilled everything both what he said to the feds and about the drug industry he held back nothing by the time McIntyre was done talking Whitey was satisfied. He calmed McIntyre down in assured him that they were just going to send him away. Once the heat died down, he could return to Boston somehow whites he managed to convince McIntyre to come down to the basement with him. and. Once they were downstairs white he tried to strangle McIntyre with the rope. But the rope was too thick. All it did was make McIntyre. throw-up frustrated Whitey grabbed a gun and shot him with that bullet. Whitey used his position as an informant for the FBI to kill another enforcement and the FBI had helped him do it. People like John McIntyre. What collateral damage the cost of doing business ultimately McIntyre's death meant nothing to Whitey. In fact, he went upstairs and took a nap a ritual he kept after every kill. Meanwhile, two of his henchmen buried the body
CDC posts long-awaited tips for minimizing everyday risk
"As more Americans emerge from the pandemic locked down the centers for disease control and prevention is out with long awaited guidance on how to minimize risk the CDC's J. Bulger knows Americans are tired of staying home people long for the life that they had back in December that won't happen at least for now the worst yet so the CDC's posted tips for staying safe when going out at restaurants if there's an option to sit outside into the GM refrain from high five noble box the role with CDC chief Robert Redfield calls common sense suggestions going to be critical to continued to embrace the principles of social distancing hand hygiene and wearing the face covering in public the guidance does not address precautions at church or whether it's finally safe for kids to visit their grandparents solder make ani Washington
"bulger" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"Stories. Airs Big Bad ass and boss who again is getting older and more feeble and losing his motor skills and eventually it comes to a point where prisoners trying to still sneakers in the prison now. You wouldn't imagine that anybody would even breathe in Whitey bulger's direction. Boston South Boston but these guys at the end of his life rarely treated him. Like you know feeble man that they were going to Get one overall so not only was bald. You're a murder in a very heinous way. He was also incredibly humiliated by fellow. Windex that's you story. It was just pitiful supposed to be all happened. Your Grandfather Susan. I'm much now ray. Not Sympathetic I mean like. Oh that's just string. Bean is to what I was saying where you know again. No sympathy for Whitey Bulger. The Guy was stabbed in prison. He's clearly a target the prison. He's going to build with a giant lobsters. Oh and by the way some from Massachusetts. Oh and by the way some that actually had ties to whiting's criminal and you're putting them into that situation as an eighty nine year old man. They reduced his Healthcare level someone changed that document. He was ever of care level when he was at a Coleman Down in Florida and that was changed so that he could be moved. That's many answer for that. I mean his guy that's had multiple heart attacks. He can barely walk at this point. He's eighty nine years old and they the general population so again no sympathy. He gets what he deserves there. But that's not really responsible inmate control to say the least so do you guys just continue on the same path or do you feel like you need levity and you're going to write about like you know something adorable puppies next. I didn't see say we're GONNA write about puppies next. Yeah he didn't mean we've written some craft stores but we also ridden stories of hope and inspiration. Europa STORY ABOUT PETE. Frady's was the LS hero that inspired the ice bucket. Challenge in. That was an incredible story. That was also very emotional for us to get ball with because we got very close to Pete in his family Brady's passed away at the age of thirty five back in December But EMMER SEWRI and every book stays with us all the people that we've written about whether it's the Boston marathon bombings that eventually became the movie Patriots Day we got embedded with the survivor community for well over a year And all those stories and a very honest way and we're still you know indebted to those survivors in friends with them to this day in when we start to think about how we get past the hunting Whitey story. It's all about not necessarily keeping wedding bolger with US. Is We don't want to do that. It's about keeping the idea of as I said perseverance some of these FBI agents some of these prosecutors that that did the right thing at the end of the day. Those are the stories that will continue to stay with us in inspire us. In whatever Fra Project. We go to next. I love that and I really love the book. I'll show everyone again hunting whitey. It's phenomenal now. I have to read all your other stuff. I gotta get caught up But I thank you for all the work that you're doing because it's important and helpful and we're all grateful. Thank you bread gadgets. Thanks for us. Get the word out about the book and we're glad you enjoyed it. Yeah yes we'll spread the word. We'll make sure everybody enjoys it. And and you guys can keep on writing because we need you and now your thank you so much. You guys are delight..
"bulger" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"A house. That song called that Donna Summer and I think it is the new. I'm going look. What the Hell is that song called? I don't know but it's a great one. Don't leave me this way. Yes done live music way. Yeah that song is so good. I can't and you'd be surprised. How many great tunes there? Because we've got such a bad rap and I was asking Matinee Rooney. Do you think it was like homophobia that made people react to disco by doing the like disco socks. Steamroller baseball game. Do you remember that. Yeah I mean a boycott anti disco disco thing. Because you think it was homophobia or something else Oh. I didn't even think about it. As being homophobic like homophobic I almost see it as being more like anti yes Yes and my kind of being like I'm trying to think if there's like a more modern I kind of like boy bands like leads like what I'd say. You use a home capitalist and musical elitist and being like all your sell out like it's like that Kinda I think though there might be more to it in terms of because I think you're right love it are women and gay people. I never even thought about that. And it was this battle between classic rock and roll is like so straight male like white white that like discos more people of color to yes hordley. Yeah come on the Hong telling you it people. Suzy documentary is his my time. And I I want you to make it just for the soundtrack alone I know. Can you imagine how great that would be? I listen to disco fever on Alexa because that station is a laugh. A minute and such good bangers on Gonna I'm GonNa totally listen to that and kind of Also have you seen the movie Detroit Rock City? No you need to see that tonight. Why because it's just great and so funny and also talk about that. It's like the battle between there's like a whole book the battle between and and like and rock and roll and you'll just love the movie and I think it's a movie it was like is people missed out on how great this movie was. It's hilarious the opening scene alone. The end the okay Anyway Dahlia do a poll where we find out what other people think is the quintessential disco disco tune of all time. Yeah not not even best but just like what quintessentially representative of the genre. Because that's why I picked my son because I feel like it encompasses the whole like. It's yeah yeah yeah. Oh yes okay. I have guests on today. Did a great book called Hunting Whitey. The inside story of the capture and killing of America's most wanted crime boss about Whitey Bolger. Oh Wow do you remember when they found Whitey in Santa Monica? Are you privy to this? It rings a bell. But it's so like I don't know any of the details. Yeah no well. Why is this notorious Boston? Crime boss Guy who was sort of the last of that era. Where you know a Goodfellas type stuff. Yeah and he went on the run and was on the run for years and years and years and most people were like is he. Dead is he just like never going to be caught. And then eventually he was caught in Santa Monica in little apartment with his girlfriend and Went to jail and then was killed in jail Not surprisingly but when he was I think he was ninety or something. Whoa he was an old man by the time he was in prison. And then they like beat him with a roll of quarters in an old man and not like. I don't know why you're like excluded from like you. Know right off limits their offline but come on I know but he had a lot of enemies of course and when he was caught it came to light that all that time he had been an informant to the FBI. Oh no wonder he. Yeah okay yeah sounds and he had killed people for doing that so oh you know ooh or not happy and it's just crazy that yeah want to hear all these stories right like that. This guy was doing the very thing that he claimed was against his. Moral Code it was. I loved the book because it describes sort of like how he like his undoing and they talks about how a lot for a lot of Male criminals on the run the way to find them is through the the women. I was totally going to guess that they can't resist. Yeah and he like put on this whole show all these years like both while he was still in Boston and when he was on the run of like being a super nice guy like vein Berry Charitable. You know how. Sometimes they do that where it's like. They Murder People. But then they like have these other morals where it's like you help people that are poor or somehow balancing upscale like a will. I can do this but I did. All this good stuff over here. Yeah wow interesting but the craziest part about the book. The thing that kind of made headlines before I read it was that when he was he was originally in prison in years prior in Alcatraz and during that time the government performed experiments on prisoners soul my God and they gave him does after dose after dose of LSD. All my God. This story keeps getting more and the consequences of that are that for the rest of his life. He had insomnia paranoia all this stuff and it was never been really brought up at his trial. Wouldn't you use that if you defense attorneys saw I mean? I don't know if it had any impact rain. Scans and all. Oh my God. This is fascinating interesting anyway. Rate Book if you like. True crime If you just like a page Turner Hunting Whitey by Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge The inside story of the capturing killing of America's most wanted crime boss. It's such a great read. They do a wonderful job of unpacking the complexities of human condition relationships morality. All this stuff. That it's my motor running. And I think you guys will love it and I loved interviewing so. Let's welcome them to the show. Casey and Dave sellers so freaking. Love Your Book for starters hunting why it was so fun to read and I guess I wanted to start with how you're feeling about promoting a book of this weird moment and if you're sad at all are you feel good about. It's still feel really good about it because we're very proud of the book and this is the way to reach our audiences right now. Virtually in Bayreuth while we don't feel good about his not having that direct connection to our readers right there. Yeah I mean for each of our books especially this one it would be nice to have a big launch event. You know we. We had some plans like New York Boston one. La We may still do that. No as time goes on. But it's it's tough to not be able to meet and greet people talk to them face to face but I think we're all experiencing that in our lives everywhere. Soak thankfully we have zone. I mean it's better than nothing for sure. I just always feel bad when I interview authors now because they toil away so long and now supposed to be the fun part where people are consuming it and enjoying it and you can interact. So it's sort of a letdown. Shore you know everybody's either binge watching their favorite television show or they're reading so you know there is a benefit there all right. We'll focus on this the silver linings and I do hope people check out your book now since we all have a little more time in hopefully are consuming more books hunting Whitey. The inside story of being killing of America's most wanted crime boss. What the heck do you think is so A fascinating about Whitey in particular that. He's he captured our imagination for such a long period of time. What was it about this guy? I think he was the last of a dying breed. Roy The last American Godfather in that you know classic sense and is a great air of mystery. Amas well because For several years before the final finally tracked him out. And we're you guys sort of Following the story all along before he was even found or did this come into your mind after he was captured notification. I'm report is in Boston for twenty years and Casey was at the CBS affiliate Air Moss. And I was at the Boston Herald. So we both had covered the Whitey bulger case off and on for twenty years and like I said it's just captured the imagination. I think no one ever thought he was going to be caught in the fact that he was caught in California Santa Monica Kind. Hiding in plain sight only added to his mystique and it made everyone. Think what you've been doing for sixteen years you know and it also brought the story to the entire country where you know. It's not just the Boston store. You know. He lived in New Orleans. He was in Chicago. He was in Las Vegas and he lived in Santa Monica for a long time. And I think all of that together coupled with the The corruption in the FBI was involved in the early days the investigation all the police corruption. All mistakes made it just a fantastic mystery and we really took the time to unravel it. Tell the story in how he really came to meet his justice. When you guys were covering at during those years what did you think was going on. Did you think he was dead? Do you think is high certainly been Vicky was dead but it was almost like chasing big foot. He was there was a body out there somewhere. Then then it would have eventually turned up. You know as Dave mentioned you know we covered what you bulbs or the Nineteen Ninety s at the height of his our before he vanished but our college student at Boston University. I lived in South Boston. Right in the heart of Whitey. Bulger's territory right down the street from many of the people who in his gang. I met Whitey Bulger on occasion so there was this early fascination with this figure but then that that kind of law and the was destroyed because we realized what a real violent sophisticate criminal whiting balls. Early was yeah. What was your impression of him before he ran off to think this guy's evil or do you think it was just sort of like that. They had a different understanding of morality. Will I covered many of the cases that he was involved in before he went on the run and I just always thought he was. It was just complete mythology that he was this been. Evelyn gangster which was the image that was projected of him including by some members of the media. Boston he somehow protected Austin. It was good to the poor people and it was almost like a Robin Hood figure. I always knew as a reporter from covering that it was. It was not true at all. That was terrible. Human being that he had this reputation of assaulting women very very violent person no Koto morals whatsoever contrary to the public image of him. So do you think the the romanticizing of his charitable behavior was because is there was corruption or because they just like the idea that this guy wasn't as bad as some might say a good movie you know it was. It was a little both you know what? Baltimore is taking a patriotic. The deponent's playbook really doing things publicly for his community because it have to count on people to keep quiet when he needed when we covered him. Obviously there was again. It was a deconstruction of the myth of Whitey. Bolger this gentleman gangster and we really broke down who he was one of the parts. Susie that really fascinated us and I think it fascinates a public as well as that didn't work alone is brother Billy. Bulger was most powerful politician in Massachusetts. At the time so as Billy's a star began to rise at the Massachusetts State House Whitey Bulger Star also began to rise in Boston..
Boston: Whitey Bulger Juror Says She Regrets Murder Conviction
"Nearly seven years since a federal jury in Boston convicted Whitey Bolger now one juror is full of regrets juror twelve Janet you alarm regrets convicting Bolger on murder convictions because his trial revealed more than just horrible mob crimes the correction revealed with in the Boston US attorney's office with in the FBI and it's what she learned about the C. I. A. post trial about LSD experiments on prisoners back in the fifties it's in the trial itself it wasn't mentioned that Jim Bolger had been experimented on through it was called the M. K. culture projects the CIA was experimenting with LSD and I found that out when I was corresponding with Paul dear what he Bolger rotor seventy letters from behind bars and she wrote back she believes his prison death was a set up she's written letters to senators in Washington calling on them to investigate the department
"bulger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Inquiry of the president Bulger resigned last week a day after a whistle blower complaint against trump was publicly released NPR's Mara alliance and has more on the political back and forth the White House and Congress are in this epic battle over impeachment yesterday both sides were trying to convince the public that they are doing the right thing in the house the house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff were both very tough about warning the White House what would happen if the White House refused to cooperate with their requests for witnesses and documents in the impeachment inquiry a federal judge in Pennsylvania says supervised injection sites for drug users are legal and P. R.'s mommy Allen in Philadelphia says supporters believe the centers will reduce opioid deaths Philadelphia views opening the country's first supervise injection site as a way to save lives and help people get to treatment it's a response the opioid crisis that many other cities are also weighing the judge deciding that the proposal does not violate nineteen eighties era drug laws is a major win for advocates of the idea and it's the first time a federal court has ruled on whether injection sites are legal under US law this is NPR news from Washington this is W. NYC from New York I'm Richard hake the US justice department has a legal battle over president trump's tax returns should play out in front of a federal judge rather than in New York state court department lawyers argued Manhattan DA cy Vance does not have the jurisdiction to subpoena records from the president's accountants trump's attorneys sue the D. A. arguing the president cannot be charged with crimes while he's still in office the probe involves hush money payments made to two women who claim to have had affairs with trump Vance maintains the matter should be decided in stay. course at a town hall on new works on going problems with lead in the drinking water Newark's mayor rasbora echo push back at those critical of his administration W. N. Y. C.'s Gwen Hogan was there it was more like a pep rally than a town hall meeting may arise Barack out worked the friendly crowd like a preacher and called out his critics sub advocating for other cities the stop by north water stop creating panic and I would stop but no news articles that say lettuce reading downtown New York stop talking about New York panelist answered preselected questions and we're briefly interrupted by a small group of protesters who were escorted out by police. last week the city announced that a new round of testing found the water filters the city had given out were indeed working to reduce let they'll stop giving out bottled water soon individuals arrested for low level crimes in Brooklyn are getting a chance to avoid penalties if they participate in an art course W. N. Y. C.'s Morella Iraq reports eligible people arrested for certain misdemeanors such a shoplifting or trespassing can take part in a two hour class at the Brooklyn Museum it uses a piece of art the make them reflect on justice and accountability Brooklyn district attorney Eric Gonzalez says it's been more effective than traditional prosecution it's an approach that I believe will reduce recidivism and make our justice system more fair for so many more people so far around two hundred people have completed this and similar programs and had their cases dismissed the city has set aside funds to expand it to other boroughs the city's alternates plans to completely close East River park in Manhattan during renovation made of laws you announce a new strategy to split construction into two phases in keeping only half the park open at a time the upgrades are designed to help the Lower East Side and East Village better withstand rising sea levels city will use landfill to raise the parks elevation.
How Content Marketing Can Help Grow Your Business
"The social media directorate perfect kelly grind which is the world's leading online coffee publication social media has been a key factor in terms of garth individual interest in social entrepreneurship and social media comes from it's quite an interesting story right so my background it was not i studied agra. Biomedical continuing so socio is never in the picture when i started my professional career in that sense but as i started to work with perfectly grind up three or four years ago social media took over right so as part of the company might task and my involvement in what we did was basically around social media so basically i took love for it and i saw great potential whether it's something else and i started this involving my knowledge my learning and basically what i and you about coffee on social media then we started developing new projects with preppy daily grind in general so social media became just a bigger part of the picture we saw great great potential not just for us but for the people we work with the where we who we work basically to develop business to develop relationships to speak two people to reach out to audiences which social media is all about right so my interest in social media became natural. I guess in that sense. I never see it but down once i fell in love with it never stopped and i think that that's where we started. Developing new interesting ideas in new projects that asked for now is is is what we do and what i do mainly <hes> as perfectly social media director greta hit that you've been able to grow puffy galley gratin and technical these new projects six and in garth through them spend some of the most interesting projects. You've worked on recently so at perfectly grind. Basically we have three main projects the per se we're the company has three main pillars. Which are the publication right so it's publishing articles on a daily basis open english and spanish we have the social media digital marketing agency per se and console <unk> the agency as well so the projects at the moment is basically since our audiences insists both our audiences our clients audiences have been growing quite a lot projects involved whether it's simplest marketing or just you know social media content sharing in general it's pinpointing strategies that work both for a company and both for the audience right so i think in social media whether you're company company are not the main thing comes down to what content you're sharing and all the workflow behind that content and how basically develops and results us in coffee for example. If we're speaking about a producer doing some kind of work with from -cation out of the social media content out out there you know you can basically develop a plan content strategy basically for roasters for buyers for coffee or basically for consumers in general to know more about about copy. You can do that for anything for any product for any any service. It's possible so whether you're someone who sells coffee someone who also also product that bruce copy etcetera planning those strategies are the main part of the projects right. It's a little bit complex a little bit homicide like abstract but the products also come down to basically planning strategizing publishing and then measuring results. What's what's part of the planning phase if you had to do a bit of a deep dive into that. Are there any steps that you got three to make sure that planning is done properly. Yes in it's a little bit different but i tend to associated associated with basically marketing right so you had social media is really interactive in a way indifference to marketing but s for the plants what we usually do or what i like to do in general is take a step back bussum research depending on what you wanna do right if for example aiden podcast right and you wanna reach audiences you wanna to reach people whose interesting stories getting the grinding of your mission and we i the back and see okay. Who's your audience or we want ought to be then. We do a research sources and the resources we have in order to see okay what information would count with and what are we going to do with this formation yeah so basically we create a strategy in which we combine ingredients of bali authenticity the content of the resources we have and after that basically it's is content creation grew concentration and of course always having in mind that the audience that are going to be reading this half to see value in what we share right so that's second step of based in in planning then you have to check double check triple. Check your content. Whether you're putting get out live or something you know you're scheduling or not and then just sharing it. You don't have a plan to share where time to share it a. What locations responding in your company or not and then just basically capturing all that data of results and managing that data into a strategy right so that's one of the the positive things of social media that social athletes majority of social media platforms. We'll give you feedback on how your content does and how many precedents in what people are reaching what's successful and what's not successful so as part of the plan responded to a question our faith or six step is always recapping on was successful. What were the results what would can change to optimize results. That's such an important thing to have is that feedback and to go back through it and and and figure out why is that what what what didn't and then use that to incorporate it into the next campaign the next content that you release thank you thank you for mentioning that the key because part of it because you can go through all this work and provide value and bill fantastic and have the best information out there but if you don't use feedback at the very end to to the next tonight the next thing that you do next project whatever it might be than you never sort of learning so it's it's such a key key point absolutely and i think in coffee is a little bit different in how it manages are or how can you manage pay at least back in the days when him mentioning three or four years ago specialty coffee was starting to woman social media right so you've seen growth for example you go to hashtag specialty coffee now we have. I think it's old around three million posts right back in the day. Maybe it was eight hundred thousand seven hundred thousand so your continent was much more visible back in the day than now that happens to social media. You know it's growing so he's gonna grow whether it's instagram twitter facebook or any other platform appears in the future so it's quite complex but in the end i think it all comes down to taking advantage of of course being consistent sharing of authentic content right s going to separate you from all the different clubs out there and basically in coffee at or at least a specialty coffee sharing that or taking advantage of where we started did has influenced law of where we are now and how we started is now in specialty coffee in social media. Can you talk about that a little bit more in terms of using using from what you've started in how you've used that going forward these yes so when we started back in the day the content we shared of course imperfect needed grind. We have the advantage that we speak to coffee professionals on a daily basis. So information is coming in you know in tons. It's massive amount information combination. We're reading reading and of course our aim is to break down at least for everyone on social media and be able to read it by so attention span is social media is quite low. Mike example sample is if i'm scrolling down on social media tent spent like if you really wanna get me you have to get like i threw second summer post story or tweet you know you have to get it for me to the state and that's one of the key points to see when creating content right you know that people even though they spend a lot of time on social media they spend relief you seconds on each coast ripest because of their interest. You're trying to be a or see more content that interests you so back in the day in coffee. Since we published one article article two articles per day we had a lot of content to butcher <hes> what we published on social media one of the things that separate us from any other you know per se certification bloggers. Something similar was that they information coming out from us. What's the information from the industry so we were shading a light in highlighting the industry's industry's challenges from a different perspective and as an unbiased point of view. I think we include a lot of noble opened. The doors for conversation which which back in the day was one of the keys to engage rolling afterwards <hes> we started to see we've started to ask people once you get a bigger audience. You're available and you can ask questions right. So what do you want to read. What are you looking for. What's missing. What can we share and we got great. Feedback always get great feedback because we we have a really <unk> community. So once you get that bag you say okay stick as the real people wanna read and of course he more inclusive and and that's where the content came in you know whether producers wanted to learn more about their diseases or roaster saudi or maybe someone wants to get into coffee roasting to learn more about what some nascar or how to create a roast profile for you know for medium roaster things like that at the industry people were more. You're close or close to speak about. 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525 - Nutrition Tips for New College Grads
"Pushing Hello and welcome. To the nutrition diva podcast. I'm your host, Monica reindel. And today, I have a special episode with some tips for new grads. Today's episode is supported by Liverpool Los Angeles, offering premium denim for under one hundred dollars. No matter your body type or shape, you will comfortable in Liverpool jeans. They have the perfect amount of stretch adapting to your body, but also keeping their shape all day and Liverpool also offers a broad selection of trousers tops, blazers jackets, great colors and styles. Get twenty five percents off your purchase when you use the code diva twenty-five at Liverpool jeans dot com that's Liverpool jeans dot com with the code diva twenty five. It's may and that means that a whole bunch of you just graduated from college. Congratulations. Now, whether you're going to be starting a new job or going on to grad school heading overseas or even moving back in with mom and dad, this is a great opportunity to establish some healthy, new routines and habits and this week. I have some tips. For new grads on how to start this new chapter of your life on the right foot? Even if time money and space are tight step one is to set up a healthy kitchen. You certainly don't need a kitchen full of expensive appliances and high end cookware in order to make healthy meals in terms of cookware start with just a couple of saucepans one medium sized and one large and eight to ten inch Skillet preferably one that can go in the oven or under the broiler a big mixing bowl, which also doubles as a salad bowl a baking dish like the one your mom uses for lasagna and a larger. AM d- baking sheet, that's pretty much all you need. Now. My desert island list of essential cooking implements would also include to sharp knives. One large one small a whisk a box greater a vegetable peeler, a stranger or a colander a pair of tongs and a rubber spatula step to now that you've got your kitchen equipped. It's time to stock that pantry. Here's some tips for grocery shopping like appro, I suggest starting in the produce section and choosing whatever's particularly fresh appealing, and or well priced, but as you make your selections think about what you might serve with each one of those, and whether you might need any additional items for those meals or recipes, for example, is kale on sale this week will why not throw together a hearty, kale and white bean soup. So now, be sure to grab an onion or two before you leave the produce section and make a mental note to pick up some white beans when you get to that I'll or. Or if you're as easily distracted as I am at the grocery store, you might wanna make an actual note on your shopping list. Now, there's nothing more demoralizing than buying a bunch of fresh food. And then having it spoil before you get to it. If you're only going to get to the grocery store once or twice a week, be sure to buy some ingredients with a longer shelf life and then plan to consume the short-lived stuff first fresh fish, for example, should ideally be eaten the day, you buy it. But frozen shrimp can be kept in the freezer until you need them berries, fresh herbs and delicate lettuces may only keep a day or two but apples citrus fruit winter squash. Any kind of frozen vegetables will keep much longer as you get more comfortable in the kitchen you'll quickly. Discover the wisdom of keeping certain basic items in stock all the time for example, having a couple of versatile cheeses on hand makes it easier to whip up last minute meals and particularly handy options include fettuccine to crumble. On salads mozzarella to sprinkle on homemade pizza, and maybe a brick of cheddar or Monterey, Jack for a quick case DEA or for Totta, the other foods that I always keep on hand include eggs, dried and canned beans, canned tomatoes, canned tuna or salmon chicken stock rice keen, while Bulger or any other kind of whole grain some pasta olive oil balsamic vinegar when I use the last of any one of those immediately put it on my list to by the next time. I met the store you would be amazed at how many different meals can be concocted out of this shortlist of Staples. Plus some fresh vegetables now before we go onto steps three and four award from this week's sponsors. I wanna tell you about another podcast. I think you'll really like it's called savvy psychologist every week. Dr Ellen Hendrickson shares evidence based research to help you get through life's challenges. Just like my show it's short and sweet full of. Article tips that you can take with you. There are great episodes that answer questions, you might have wondered about like, why do we often feel so much better when we get out of the house and into nature, and when we feel disappointed and discouraged by things in our lives. Like, for instance, underperforming on our goals. What's the best way to deal with that? And how can you tell whether you should keep
Death certificate reveals details of Whitey Bulger's demise
"Death certificate confirming. Notorious Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger died of blunt force injuries to the head in prison. Six months ago, the document obtained by NBC Boston says ball Joe was assaulted and found in his cell in the early morning hours of October thirtieth Bolger was serving a life sentence for multiple murders and other crimes when he was beaten to death in his prison cell just hours after being trans. I to a prison in West
Panasonic's New Lamp Has a 'Secret' Home Security Camera Built In | Digital Trends
"Okay. In the creepy factor for the week. We have Panasonic launching a home security camera that's part of a floor lamp, it's the home hawk floor. Lamp this is on Kickstarter. So this is you know, maybe no one will fund it. But basically, this is a salon with a hidden high-definition security camera built in and I don't love cameras in the home. You guys already know this. But I think the verge put a story out about this was like this is an Airbnb nightmare as someone who stayed in Airbnb and found cameras. I'm like, yeah. Now, I'm going to have to have like CIA level bug detection happening when I go and stay in Airbnb, do you? I mean, it is integrated the cameras integrated into the lamp, it's not truly camouflage though, if you take a look at it, you can see the camera sensor, and so on so many if you're looking for it, you'll see it if you're not paying attention. Maybe somebody has it in their house in your in their house. You might not notice it him in. I wouldn't walk around check. Everybody's lamps before I decided to stay in that house. But it's not. Like, totally hidden. So it's not. Yeah. But it's not for me. That's for sure you should clarify. It is on indigo go. It is not uncared starter. My bad you guys and so in. Yeah. I don't like this. I don't like, you know. Yes. All right. The one nice thing, I will say it obviously plugs into a wall like any traditional lamp, and you don't need a smart Bulger in there or anything like that. But if the power goes out this can all run on for up to ninety minutes on eight AA batteries. See have a backup power source for your ten plus Cameron. You're never gonna make me like
"bulger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News time to nineteen a juror in the Whitey Bulger trial joins WBZ's Dan Rae on nightside and says she regrets her vote to convict the mobster WBZ's Doug cope with more. Author Janet Euler says she got to know Bolger well after he was convicted they exchanged one hundred letters and she visited him face to face as for the eleven victims Bolger was found guilty of killing. That's how he would have justified. It. It was all within the the criminal circle killed anybody outside that that criminal circle. It was business. Euler says Bulger told her he was not responsible for killing three of those eleven murder victims Doug, cope, WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. President Trump has issued a proclamation to deny asylum to anyone who enters the country illegally. The order is intended to circumvent laws stating that anyone is eligible for asylum. No matter how they entered the country, the ACLU and other groups sued in federal court, arguing the order is illegal about seventy thousand people seek asylum each year who enter enter the country illegally. French officials say the Trump administration has agreed to consult with NATO partners. On its plan to pull out of an arms control treaty with Russia. Aides to French president Emmanuel Macron said the decision was made during a meeting between President Trump and Macron in Paris today, the White House hasn't commented so far, but the president's national security adviser John Bolton said yesterday in Paris. The US is in very close consultation with allies on the treaty issue, and are quote, very optimistic about a common position on the us and NATO have accused Russia of violating the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. WBZ news time to twenty one. The traveling version of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is making a stop in Foxborough the moving wall the half size replica of the famous memorial in Washington DC arrived at patriot place on Thursday. The memorial is open to the public for all hours of the day and night 'til Monday parking and admission is free. The wall is inscribed with the names of nearly sixty thousand men and women who died during the Vietnam war. Well, there's a Turkey giveaway that we want to tell you about benefiting of veterans families provide besides providing thanksgiving meals. The Redondo foundation also offers courses for recognizing PTSD in an effort to prevent suicide. Everybody in the foundation has become certified to give a one hour course, which is called QPR question persuade refer and at this point. We've had six hundred people between two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen taken the course, active duty servicemembers as well as veterans.
Whitey Bulger's prison transfer was like giving him a "death sentence," union boss says
"Dropped the ball when they decided to transfer him to US Hazelton prison officials have not said why Bolger was moved there where two other inmates were recently killed
Whitey Bulger was beaten to death hours after prison transfer
"More information being released surrounding the death of notorious Boston mobster, James Whitey Bulger. Earlier this week federal law enforcement officials say the eighty nine year old had been transferred to a West Virginia prison due to disciplinary issues at the prison. He'd been in. It was at the new prison that he was beaten to death just hours after arriving Bolger serving a life sentence for his role in eleven murders at the time.
Violence plagued West Virginia prison before Bulger killing
"Was in a wheelchair when he was attacked at Hazelton prison in West Virginia that he was beaten beyond recognition with a padlock stuffed inside a sock. The times citing a law enforcement source not directly related to the case reports Bulger's is appear to have been dislodged from his head that it's not clear whether his attackers gouged out his eyes or if they were knocked out because he. Was beaten so severely. Frankly. Why do you went out the way that he lived? I mean that is what he did to his victims. He was vicious. He strangled. He was convicted of strangling a woman, and then he would go upstairs and take a nap while his friends buried her body. The attorney for an inmate at Hazelton photos. Freddie, Jesus tell CNN tonight he believes his client as a suspect in Bolger's grisly murder. Lander standing is that he is in solitary confinement. He's in the segregation unit at Hazelton because he's under investigation for him being involved in this Jesus is a mafia hitman from west Springfield, Massachusetts. And was convicted for murdering a boss in the notorious Genevieve's crime family as well as an associate this Jia, certainly did not like informers he's doing to lay sentences because some very close decided to become an informer and going back and I've visiting Mr. Jesus from the better part of two decades. Now, he'd had a particular distasted and Bolger was a well known informant. Investigators said that for years before a corrupt FBI agent tipped him off depending. Charges against him. Bolger gave the F B I information on rival mobsters. He was leading south. Boston's violent winter hill gang at the time. Why do you someone who is truly a gangster an associate Pathak murderer? That's what he was. He's someone that sold out his colleagues to law enforcement to get advantages for himself Bolger's exploits as a murderous gangster and an FBI informant with picked it in the popular hit movies. The departed man as lack mass were Johnny Depp, played Bolger, John, Geno. What I did eight rand Jimmy. It's alliance alliance between the FBI between you and me. Ultimately, a jury found Whitey Bolger culpable of eleven killings between nineteen seventy three and nineteen ninety-five tonight. The attorney who represented the family of a woman who was strangled by Bolger says he doesn't believe they're taking pleasure in Bulger's murder. There is such loathing Bolger. And for what he did. Did with his murders. His drugs is corruption that obviously he's not a person that engenders many feelings of sympathy from anyone, but there are many serious questions tonight regarding the circumstances at Hazelton prison, which according to his lawyer inmate, Freddie, jeez said was very violent place. Why was Whitey Bolger? A high profile inmate a notorious informant placed in the general population of that prison when he arrived just the day before his murder CNN tried multiple times to get answers to that. From the Federal Bureau of prisons a spokesperson for the bureau told us, they could not comment because the matter is under investigation wolf and Brian. There's disturbing new information about patterns of violence and chaos at the prison that federal prison in West Virginia. That's right wolf, the New York Times did a big investigation recently reported that the Hazelton prison was routinely, understaffed overwhelmed. The times report says they've been short on guards since two thousand sixteen and that there were two hundred seventy five violent episodes there. Just last year, including fights among inmates and attacks on staff, the bureau, prisons has not commented when we have inquired about all of that. Brian Todd reporting for us. Thank you coming up. There's breaking news an Email exchange from the peak of the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign shows longtime Trump ally, Roger stone wasn't touched with the highest level of the Trump campaign about the WikiLeaks release of democratic emails stolen by Russia. Is there a collusion case for the special counsel, Robert Muller? Are you interested in learning how enterprise scale companies drive organic traffic to increase their online visibility than download the voices of search podcast from the heart of Silicon Valley here? Search
"Misery Mountain": Violence plagued prison before Whitey Bulger killing
"At USPS Hazelton yet there's been no public indication that federal prison officials have taken action to address the safety concerns. The Federal Bureau prisoners does not respond to questions about the safety concerns at that prison. Members of the DARPA veterans advisory committee inviting the public to the dedication of a new Veterans Memorial dedication, takes place Saturday, Lebanon gazebo near the Dartmouth council on aging building committee co-chair norm gunnison
"bulger" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Crime chieftain Whitey Bulger just twenty four hours after being transferred to a new prison in West Virginia. He was found severely beaten. According to the New York Times officials telling the times he was attacked with a padlock stuffed inside a sock. And you're be responding to the maximum security. They advised APR in progress. One of the key suspects in the killing mob. Hitman, Freddie, Jesus who is serving a life sentence at that West Virginia prison for the murder of another member of a crime family. A former prosecutor telling the Boston Globe. Freddie hated rat. ABC's GIO Benitez in Missouri legal beef over vegetarian meat when is me not meet when it's made out of vegetable protein, at least in the state of Missouri where it's a misdemeanor to call such products. That now a vegetarian food maker has asked a federal judge to change that Oregon based company claims along infringes on its constitutional free speech rights to use product labels such as veggie, burgers vegetarian, ham, roast sharia, style sausage. It's asking for a preliminary injunction while a court settles the matter once and for all. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Piedmont, airlines employees had been over served the night before and was hungover when he showed up for work at the Kansas City airport where he probably fell asleep in the cargo hold of a jet liner. And. Took the one hour ride to Chicago. Groundwork is at O'Hare woke him up his future very much up in the air. This is ABC news. Oil. The updated forecast, I'm wwl Kyi chief meteorologist j Cardo see certainly those rain chances continue overnight and also through your Thursday. There could be some locally heavy rainfall again Thursday morning through the middle of the day. And then that should push off to the east. Those temperatures will be in the lower to middle sixties overnight tonight through daybreak Thursday. And then we'll settle back into the fifties later in the afternoon. That's your wwl kY forecast. I'm chief meteorologist j courtesy.
"bulger" Discussed on WSB-AM
"One of James Whitey Bulger's victims says she'd like to celebrate the crime bosses death with champagne Patricia Donahue, says she and her family are very happy that the man is not here any longer, and they don't ever have to hear his name again. Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour. Continuing news a local psychiatrist ways in after a week of hate fueled murders and near balmy psychiatrist. Dr David says people who commit hate crimes if likely fostered their belief. For years, they can continue to grow. They can be bolstered by getting into groups that have like minded sentiments, and kind of encourages Priscilla says mixing that with someone pushing another person's fear buttons can be deadly for the most part. It's rare, particularly this type of violence is rare. Doctor says anyone feeling fear or anxiety after a week of hate crimes. Should try talking to people to put it in perspective and seek out a pro if it doesn't go away, Veronica waters WSB? The first college football playoff rankings are out Alabama on top with Clemson LSU and Notre Dame. Rounding out the top four. Georgia comes in at number six with Kentucky at number nine BULLDOGS in Wildcats will face off Saturday in Lexington with the SEC title on the line and an investigation into a deadly condo fire Austell last week has led to arson and felony murder charges. Recovered in text messages from the deceit. It about in previous fire instance, at that location messages off the phone of Sharon Kroft who has rescued too late from an upstairs bedroom that morning. She died the hospital Cobb chief. Fire investigator. Brian Beattie says Richard and Diane Elsner got out. But now these charges against Richard Elsner, his wife the day of the fire said this to channel two action news about the victim later today. And she was like a sister to me investigation is continuing. Edgar Treiguts WSB. WSB news time is eleven oh. To kitchen design secrets presented by platinum kitchens design, take a peek at the calendar. The holidays are coming now. Take a long look at your kitchen. Uh-huh. Is your.
"bulger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Whitey Bulger will not be taking in the parade. Now number of feet underground. Speaking of at least, you got to see the championship speak. I mean, remember yesterday we didn't play the clip of the mayor of Boston saying don't do anything. You wouldn't do in front of your house? There are plenty of things Whitey Bulger dead that you would never want done in front of your house. Yes. Plenty of bad bad, man. I I had a clip I'll play it later. Kevin Weekes who was in his gang. And he goes through the list of like, oh, these are all the different ways that he used to rub people out. And it's like God that is so creepy, and why are you being interviewed? Nobody was there. You don't do anything on the streets of Boston on Wednesday morning that you wouldn't do in front of your own. We did this yesterday. We went through the litany of the things you shouldn't do in front of your house. Please don't run anybody over with a calf. Don't like bottle rockets often you'll living room. Don't throw him eighties off the roof of that of the house into a joining a Yod. Please join me in my call to move the data Halloween. Away from this parade day. And stay off the light poles. Join me and saying goodbye to go. Going back to China. Don't you know? No, he's not. He's a panda. And he's got five beautiful panda children. That. Don't have a daddy today. That's terrible. He's he's waving his little paw away. What are they are? They marsupials are there rats. They're they're possums. What are they banned us? I think there are there are they marsupials? They don't hang by their prehensile tails do that they don't have pouches. I thought they were like monkeys or something. I don't know. What does it? I don't think Panzer like kangaroos. What what filed them? What filed is? Panda. Welcome. It is the Brentwood bullshit kingdom. Flew back on panda express. Scenario lie. Just for the Panthers. Why does this bamboo tastes, so funny? He's out cold. Take them back. Ouch. Eight hundred seven sixty K F M B is the number literally you need to have listened to the entire last hour of the program to get all the references. We just laid down for you, you need to think of this. This this show is like a progressive meal. We have soup in one restaurant and a salad and a different restaurant in the main course in a different restaurant than a dessert. And then we pub crawl all night long. That's how we do the show. So you have to listen to the whole four hours because we will pull out nuggets from prior hours and blow your mind like it's six thirty five. You'll be I'm just here for a. I heard that at three thirty man. I get the joke. Jim in San Diego. A checking in Hello, Jim. Let's start off on the phones early. Conclusion. Well, with the last caller, you may. You'd have to play by the process, and you have to. Do things according to the process. And there's one other thing that people need to do. And the most important thing is trust in the process and believe in the process, and I believe that were that caller was going wrong willing to just in order for. Mm. Wait. He was allowing. President. Allows users executive derogato- to be able to influence the faucet. For everybody is believed that the prophecies going to jail. Said. You know, he they investigated him. And we went to his hearing. Wow. Support for him. And that most okay, what are what are what are you doing? What does that in the background? It sounds like you're cracking a whip or something what is going on back. Some guys. Oh, okay. Very good. I was worried it sounded like somebody was really taking a beating in the next. I don't know if this was the Whitey Bulger line or what was going on. If maybe they were collecting payment. Just didn't sound real good. Did it? It was you're gonna pay up now. Unbelievable starting to think it was like Scarface scary. Little scares the chainsaw say Hello to my little friend. Don't do that John on the fifteen. Hello, john. What's on your mind? Hey, how's it gonna go? Well, how's it going? Brett. Thank you. Thanks for calling. Hey, thanks for having me. So I wanted to also address the the second previous caller that we had before the break. And I just got in the car. I was leading class of eighth grade teacher for actually teach at US civics and hurl. Nice. And I'm also proud Trump voter. I don't know about that vote. But I do want to say that the president has no authority. To unilaterally end birthright citizenship. Because and the previous caller. The federalist papers having to be in play here. And that's how the court would see it. Well, the president can't make a supreme court. Take take a case. The supreme court has to decide way they have to take a case is if there's a disagreement between sakes. So the supreme court doesn't have to look at this issue. The president can't make the supreme court. Look at this issue. It has to be they have to come to it. Now the second issue. I had was he talked about the federalist papers the fourteenth amendment which codifies the birthright citizenship came around in the eighteen sixties following the ending of slavery and making sure that African American or given voting. Innocent shake that wasn't it. So I don't understand how the federal papers would be applicable to the which which which is why which is why I stand by my initial claim which is this either has to be fixed legislatively to the inauguration naturalization act or through the amendment of the United States constitution. There is not there's no there's no there's no shortcut here in the same way that the bulls stat act was passed and we outlawed alcohol, and then we had a physically repeal the volts stat act. You couldn't just do Roosevelt. Couldn't just do an executive order saying, hey, everyone can drink alcohol about once. It's once it's enshrined in the constitution. That's the rules of the road. And that's what you have to. If we wanted to raise the voting age back to twenty one you'd have to repeal the amendment that made the voting age, eighteen etc. Etc. There there are no shortcuts here. I don't want to be governed by executive orders or memorandum or anything like that. I want to be governed by laws, and I wanna be able to go to the book and say, these are the laws these the rules. This is what we're doing now in answer to the observation and the question and the statement that was made by two callers ago. Okay. The president has the attorney general who runs the Justice department. They have a bunch of lawyers. You've got the solicitor general you've got the office of legal counsel. You can go to these people and ask them, but in terms of supreme court doing anything, the caller is exactly correct. The justices have to all they have to a majority agreed to take the case, you got to get you. Gotta have a majority of them say, yeah, we want to take this case we want to review this case, we think it's an important issue. Now, I have every reason to believe that supreme court if this came up would want this issue. I mean, it's it's a it's a fundamental question. Right. What is a citizen? What is citizenship? What is stabbed by the fourteenth amendment? All of that sort of stuff is is of vital importance a man, he's in San Diego with thoughts. Hello, manny. Welcome to the show. Angle on this day. I haven't heard anybody cover navy, and it would allow Trump who by executive order to enact could of of anchor babies tearing government, for example. There. Their intelligence agencies have been sending children to be born in the United States bringing him back indoctrinating them educating them getting a first rate than they send them back to the US. Yup. Five years they develop a career. More than a few of already been settled in there. And there's more and more as a matter of fact, the top echelon of Chinese society. They're sending their kids to be born in the United States. Now, the other thing is that you wanna legislative solution. But calm congressman a bunch of. I don't I don't care about. I don't care about it. I don't care about I care about that. Do you really why do you why do you? I don't care about who's in the congress. I care about those rules of the road. Okay. No, no, no, no, man. Why would you want to short circuit the legislative process or the amendment process, which sounds like you're doing look at the congress? They suck. Okay. Congress sucks. Get a better congress. We it's up to us to put a guess so do so do it Manny. I'm not gonna I'm not just because the congress stinks. I'm not going to abandon the process. But right now what we have. To that, man. Okay. But now, we got a bad congress. So we'll just do an executive order. That's how we got DACA. 'cause we had. Is legitimate national security certain for dealing with this issue immediately. And it's the fact that there's an espionage pathway that's being utilized by our enemies. Okay. Okay. So what we're gonna do sedition arrests and treason arrests, and we're going to put people in. Okay. Okay. So that's how we're gonna fix. It. Is that what you're saying? What I'm saying is that there's more to this issue. Understand. No, there's nothing more to the issue because birthright citizenship is a fundamental issue in who it is. It gets to vote. Who would is it gets to live here who it is? It gets to do all those things right way, espionage, CHAI calms Soviets. I don't care who we're dealing with. I want it done properly. According to the constitution as a matter of fact Brett is you go to volume twenty two of the congressional record the sponsors of the Bill this issue. This specific issue was discussed and bay state categorically that these types of children will not be confirmed with American citizenship. And it wasn't until Kennedy came that'd be K. But you need to. I don't care what Kennedy wanted or what he defied what I'm talking about is if we are going to do something that ties back to the fourteenth amendment. You gotta do it. According to a an established process that is there. Okay. That's bigger than the CHAI calms that's bigger than Kennedy's. That's bigger than any of that. And it's the constitution of the United States. Now, either we're going to be constitutionalists or were not. But if if we are gonna if we're going to live by the constitution, we gotta die by the constitution. And that's how dare I'm with you there brother, and with this point that we have they really are originalist. They present themselves. They're gonna go to the original language and the key phrases jurisdiction any jurisdiction. It would be interpreted. Today's subject. Well, we'll see..
"bulger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Why Bolger's death is being investigated as a homicide this? According to a union official at the West Virginia prison where the south Boston mobster died and this just into our newsroom from CBS news. They are now reporting it appears that Whitey Bulger was severely beaten by one or more of his fellow inmates. He had just arrived yesterday at a federal. Prison in West Virginia. More from WBZ's. Kim Tunnicliffe Whitey Bulger was found unresponsive at the Hazelton prison at eight twenty Tuesday morning responding staff initiated life saving measures, but they could not revive the eighty nine year olds WBZ TV, Cheryl, DACA is reporting that Bulger was killed Rosanna. Cavallero is a law professor at Suffolk university. She says the Hazelton prison does not have a good track record as far as prisoner deaths. Within days of arriving at a prison where they've been two other murders in the last year. And there have been a call for investigations of the conditions. And circumstances of how prisoners held the US attorney for Massachusetts. Andrew leading says his thoughts and prayers are with Bulger's victims and their families. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Mary. Callahan's husband. John was a victim of the boulder winter hill hitman Jimmy Martorana with Quincy Callahan was going to implicate Bulger for the murder of highlight president Roger Wheeler execution style. Back in one thousand nine hundred eighty one so Bolger ordered the hit Callaghan's. Widow tells busy radio Whitey was evil. It's thinking was always towards hurting somebody I never thought of him ever thinking of being kind or doing a good thing for anybody. Anybody who had any contact with him whatsoever? Ended up hurt in some way or another. And with my husband, of course, he ended up dead along with many other people and again CBS news reporting moments ago, it appears Whitey Bolger was murdered severely beaten by one or more of his fellow inmates at the federal prison in West Virginia. Our coverage will continue throughout the afternoon. Also tonight with Dan Rae who covered Baldur as a Boston TV reporter for many many years. Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey calls the president's attempts to end birthright citizenship, xenophobic. Mayor Marty Walsh says Boston will not back down in its support of all immigrants. This is just some of the reaction pouring into President Trump's suggestion that he Trump our constitution and use an executive order to eliminate birthright citizenship. In a statement today. Senator Lindsey Graham says he plans to introduce legislation along the same lines as the proposed executive order from President Trump Graham said he's always supported the elimination of birthright citizenship, his statements. Come. As thousands of active duty troops, deployed to the southwest US border to help prepare for the arrival of two caravans of migrants from Central America. Emily row. ABC news, Washington. Coming up longtime residents reflect on the life and legacy and now deaths of Whitey Bolger. And that's how you.
"bulger" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
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"bulger" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
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