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"carl halls" Discussed on The City
"The illegal stuff well Cami said the private is must have exaggerated the person I really wanted to talk to though was Neil Jordan the city council member who first proposed a moratorium on new strip clubs but then later voted against kicking strip clubs out of downtown I wanted to know what she thought of the Pi's report and whether the city was being too aggressive in its push to get rid of Cami I went to see Darden at our office at City Hall Reno City Hall looks like this giant Lego piece a black glass and steel tower linked by defunct hotel casinos Jordan's offices on the fifteenth floor has a view over downtown out to the mountains that frame the city's Western ed you can see the storms roll in from here but you can also see the stretch of downtown that gentrification missed that empty woolworth's building sketching liquor stores and t shirt shops Jordan tells me that in her opinion this whole movement to kick out the Strip clubs has gone too far and she points the finger at Carl halls office you know our legal department brought forward this ordinance to say you know if you're non-conforming we do have a legal basis and background where we can move you into a conforming area I did not support that Um and I still as I sit here today don't support that strategy what do you think about that idea of the city hiring a private investigator to essentially spy on a private business that to me makes me a little itchy and it makes me wonder what was the rationale behind it I was still wondering the same thing was Carl halls rationale for hiring a private eye like I said before Carl Hall won't explain any of this to me the interviews aren't the only way to get information we all have a paper trail Carl Hall was a County Prosecutor for nearly twenty six years before he was elected Reno City attorney in two thousand fourteen and elected officials like Carl Hall they have to file financial disclosure forms documents that list their assets and investments it's not a lot of people take the time to actually look at them with these forms are important they're supposed to provide transparency and prevent elected officials for making decisions ends that could benefit them financially they also come in handy for reporters I looked up halls form and it showed he and his wife owned half a dozen improperly in Reno but there was something significant about one of them it was a nine thousand square foot office building in midtown just block away from the Wild Orchid Carl Hall and Cammie Kashmiri were basically neighbors I doubt further through property records and found that the building had been in Carl halls wife's family for decades the couple inherited it in two thousand six found Carl Hall and his wife put this building on the market for one point five million dollars and may two thousand seventeen just four months after he'd hired private as to snoop on the Strip clubs that meant that while Carl Hall staff was arguing to the city council that strip clubs could lower the value of neighboring properties Carl Hall was trying to sell a neighboring property Carl how could potentially benefit from the same changes amid that are now threatening nachos Cami but also almost shoals in her neighbors house property sat on the market for almost two years years and just before the Reno City Council made its final decision on what to do with the clubs the property sold for one point two five million dollars about two hundred I'm fifty thousand dollars less than the original asking price Rina City Council members frequently disclosed potential conflicts of interest and we'll even recuse themselves the conflict is too great even if that conflict is on their financial disclosure form they still have to stand up in a city council meeting tell the public about the conflict state law requires it and it's actually Carl halls job to make sure they do it that law applies to crawl halt to filling out a financial disclosure form isn't enough and experts in government ethics I talked to said Carl Hall should have disclosed as potential comp like during the Strip club debate but when the council debated the Strip Clubs Carl never stood up to say hey just so you know I own a building across the street the wild orchid cameras lawyer Mark Fuhrman was on a sailboat and Bermuda when I broke the news to him I just discovered that Carl Hall owned an Office Building Pretty much across the street from the wild orchid and he just sold it in March for like one point one lean dollars did you know about yeah so he had a self interest in this whole thing I mean it kind of looks like that okay so you you don't know either I didn't catch you know Cami some kids the walkway property that he'd seems lowers the value the property great doesn't disclose any of this most council members didn't know either I reached councilman Devon Reese by phone while he was waiting to catch a plane did you know that he had property a block away from the wild orchid nope that's I I've heard of that that's how most of my conversations with council members went the only one Jenny Breckis New Carl Hall owned the Office Building and she only knew because she super familiar with the neighborhood council members I talked to said they would have liked to have known about it and they didn't understand why Karl Hall didn't disclose it in a public meeting here's Devon Reese again I just think it's important because it has elected officials and handling sensitive subjects the public really deserves to know the formation because otherwise what happens is you know it's it gets out through other means and people view it as something that should have been disclosed and then it looks more nefarious maybe it was or looks like a motivating factor when maybe it wasn't again I can't comment on either one of those because it wasn't disclosed to me I finally got Karl Hall on the phone the Summer Hey Carla Janette Cnet he was in his city hall office toward the end of the day I asked him again if you do an interview with me you know I'm not really inclined to do that so we just launched into my questions about his property deal in mid town I mean we just like to I guess understand why I wasn't disclosed during the process and you know the whole story of what Back Down Office Building that wasn't disclosed to the public public record right I mean what's there what does that have to do anything well it is public record and it was on your financial disclosure form but discussions with the experts on the State Ethics Law elected officials are required to disclose potential conflicts of interest in a manner that is sufficient inform the public similar tight you know I guess owning a piece of property that could be affected by it -sition that's before the city council and that your office was working to develop the policy on it didn't have any to do with any work that I did on the Dow City Okay and you don't think you know something that would effective future of this strip club could affect the value one way or the other of your property Carl Hall is well-versed in the State ethics law he's the city attorney he's at these meetings when council members make these kinds of disclosures it's his job to tell them went to disclose but when it comes to his property he says he just doesn't see the conflict and trying to influence them one way or the other I'm trying to defend their policy decisions so I mean do you think cattle dog well I guess some people might think you do if you own property real close to the club anymore right you sold it for a lot of money I think you're trying to make something that's not there so we went back and forth like this for a bit before wrapping up and then he left me no he didn't appreciate my line of questioning dependent frankly I'm offended by that so anyway they later told me about Karl Halls building he told me that suddenly everything made sense to him he could never quite figure out why it seemed the city was out to get Adam I mean come on this is such a cornball small town corrupt politics Cami Carl halls possible conflict of interest explained everything but me I wasn't so sure yeah call potentially stood to benefit if the clubs were kicked out of midtown but there were a lot of different people pushing for that to happen he wasn't the only person with power and he wasn't the only one who had steaks and although the private I haven't found a smoking gun the report didn't exactly Henrik Cami either the P. I hadn't even been in the back room so I still had a lot of questions about what really goes on in those strip clubs and about the effort to get rid of them even before he found out about Karl halls land deal Cami felt besieged the private investigators the accusations about drug and sex trafficking government harassment at its worst can me thought and he wasn't going to sit back and take it so in September twenty seventeen the day after the council voted to oust his clubs Cami unleashed his lawyer on its face.
"carl halls" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"I'm Chuck Todd time now for my conversation with the chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times, mister Carl halls and carried and she's part of the NBC, new political unit hosted the lid, our daily podcast and all things twenty twenty and co author with me and Mark Murray on. I read we started off talking about allegations of plagiarism in Joe Biden's one point seven trillion dollar climate change policy proposal. We have an interesting little array of supreme court questions that I want to talk about at the end of this show. But let's start with what is like, matriculating up the budget board here, and that is. Sloppy joe. Yes. Lobby do. Where's Adam Adam Sandler? He's got a whole song called sloppy. Joe Joe Joe gets no benefit of the doubt. Well, here's the thing. This is one of those stories where I was of two minds. I was it's a little silly. And at the same time, why are you guys this sloppy? Here's the deal, apparently puts out a climate plan. That is really just cherry picking from a bunch of other plans. Ideas, opinions, it was the type of plan yet expected from congressman schminke running for the first district of pick a state in the union who does a cut and paste job. Not from a guy who has a policy shop at the university of Pennsylvania, pretty good school. I hear. And oh, by the way served. Eight years is the number two in an administration. It actually talks about his long history in this area. This is one of his things to appeal to the left. He was always they were they were baking point is nice. I pioneered this before anybody else or so. And, oh, by the way, his first campaign ends because of plagiarism. Carrie, dan? Who's the campaign manager, Greg Schultz? Right. And I don't know if this is supposed to be on him. Is it on Biden, but I'm sitting here going this just feels like a camp like I would've expected this, and this is no disrespect to Seth Moulton or X while well, but I would expect it from a campaign that has a bunch of kid volunteers, trying to make them look presidential not from the former vice president of the United States. And, and here's the thing about this. I think when campaigns like what you're saying a nation. New campaign is putting together a policy proposal. Of course, they're going to check in with interest groups and say what, what's the best way of wording this? I bet that there are other democratic candidates who are polling at one percent, who have put out plans that would have this problem. Exactly people who saw their entire career crumble in front of their eyes in nineteen eighty-seven for this. Exact same reason. I mean, this is this is a mistake that plays into an existing narrative about Joe Biden, and that's the problem. But oh by the yelling. Narratives narrative goddamn people in the media with your narratives, but come on. Narrative anyway. And so if you can attach Joe Biden and plagiarism you've got a ready made headline into story, and it's just a sloppy Joe. We'll see if President Trump adopts that he probably doesn't want to copy someone else's nickname sloppy. Joes good. No. It is good. It actually kind of it. Actually, an American residents who doesn't love a good sledging. I get it. Why the president is using. Sleepy joe. I get it. I, I think in his head. He's being age and being out of touch is going to be the touchstone for Biden, but sloppy gets at both that, that part of the story and some of the, the quote creepy Joseph that the president also wants to allude to but realizes he can't raining. Are you trying to like campaign to try to convince Trump to adopt this nickname, you're really you're advocating this Carey? I see why it works. But again, talking about Trump nicknames too much. You gotta step it. What I do. What's worse today? So our own Heidi press, Bella does this deep dive on, on rim basically just reminding people that Joe Biden has a long and complicated record as I said, Joe Biden's greatest asset is he's been in the political mainstream of American politics, for forty years. Joe Biden's greatest problem is he's been in the mainstream of American politics for forty years, and what was mainstream in the Democratic Party in the seventies, plenty of people could be pro-life. Plenty of people could be pro-life with a lot of restrictions. It was a very divided time there as many pro choice Republicans as we're pro pro-life Democrats, Pearl halls. So Joe Biden in the seventies was dick apart in the seventies, by the way. George H W Bush was the big pro choice guy, seventy so abortion, politics was upside down back in the day that doesn't excuse Biden's from having to be held accountable for his record. But I find it interesting today that Democrats are pouncing harder on that and the Heideman than they are onslaught. They see that as a as a real vulnerability just before we get off the. Climate change thing. Sloppy is one thing he was lazy lazy. Just a lazy. I mean you got all these people sitting around this big staff, he could get any scientists really that he wants to come in and help him and they go and crib from a bunch of sort of preplanned stuff. I mean, people do do this. Ernest Monet's would have written the damn plane now and the people do this, but he can't afford to do it because of his history and they, they probably are getting the lesson today. We have to be super careful, we can't do anything now, Joe Biden record. I mean, his record is enormous and not only is record his his the amount of words that have flowed from Joe Biden's mouth over his career. He always finds more words to use the necessary. I mean average just for humanity. Going back this I mean, part of the problem in the whole, Merrick garland fight with Biden standard that speech he had given that he'd totally forgotten about. So, so when you get to abortion, I mean, the party has changed so much from the crime Bill abortion. There's just been this evolution and now Biden very Catholic person his position on abortion of what he said back then is going to. Be a real problem for him now, especially with the whole thing, percolating so strongly in the country, but he's going to have this on issue after issue like the banks, Delaware. He was a big champion of the credit card companies. So there's just a lot of by. All right. So Donald Trump is very pro choice, nineteen ninety nine. That's what he described as very pro choice. So I don't think the average voter gives a rat's Pachulia about this one. I really don't. I think activists care, but this is silly. This is the stuff that's some in the middle of the electorate consider what do you care? Where is he today, where are you on my rights right now in on the Hyde amendment specifically Joe Biden's position is is still the majority position in America, if you ask people should Medicaid money be or or should federal funds be used to fund abortions that still a fifty eight percent position, at least as of two thousand sixteen that seems recent but is also might be ancient history in the history of the party. But even the party is, I mean it's, it's obviously majority position in the Democratic Party now to repeal the Hyde amendment, but it's not an overwhelming one. This isn't like a thirty forty point issue. It's, it's a twenty point one by the way, the item so easy to get rid of wouldn't the democratic house already had done it right now. Call. Yeah. But it's you know this is just the loaded loaded. Issue, and they're, they're treading carefully. I think that a lot of really good politicians who we all know, here have said Biden needs to just separate himself from his past, and which is going to be hard to do, but he needs to run as the Barack Obama democratic vice president and adopt. That area. That's an whether he can do that or not. Although he's being pretty successful right now and we'll see how it goes. And, you know the his his opponents in the primary field seem to be pretty cautious right now in naming him. Right. They talk about things, but they don't quite name, no, right? Like last week, we saw the first hints of it Kerry where you had Buddha, say those that are making the case to restore back to the, you know, the nineties days are no different than those that want to go the again, people in the right in the phase. It was like, okay, there's your subtle shot at Biden, Mr Putin, and all of that, it, it's. I will say this. I think sloppy Joe hits him this sloppy moment also dings, the electability argument for him. Because if you're going to be sloppy the whole point of view Bill, Joe Biden, for a lot of odors is okay. You're the least likely to screw this up, right? What if you're not well, and we've had this, I think since the very beginning of Biden's campaign, I've had this question, and we haven't we haven't seen it come to fruition yet. But this question of has Donald Trump eliminated the idea of the gaff, preach the word gaffe was associated so much with Joe Biden because of these various moments read his career, various things. He said, lost his temper, talked about people in seven elevens, various Cari, anto is. Yeah. And talked about his. I q I mean, all of these things that classified as these classic gaffes with the arrival of Trump Trump is said, all of those things, and worse and it's not been classified as such as been classified as him being him. And the question that I have is there will inevitably be a moment that isn't like this climate moment. But is a Biden loses his temper. He makes a very agreed mistake firmly, he talks about somebody with a wording that would have been appropriate in eighties, but it's not appropriate. Now will that be classified as a gaffe by the greater electorate of surely, it will be by the progressives in the Democratic Party, you want to go after him? But from the general electorate will they look. Look at those moments in the same light that they would have in a pre pre Trump era. But, you know, one phenomenon that I've discovered early on in this campaign in working on a Biden, Anita hill story, is that the party is sort of quietly rallying around him. When you go to. When that, too, when you go to talk to people and say, you know, people say who were involved in the Nida hill, Democrats, and who you know, are very unhappy with the way no one wants to get out there. And they, they don't want to be seen as a tacking Joe Biden, and I think it's hugely to his advantage right now. And does it not Steph, too? Doesn't it remind you of? I always felt that there was a point where there was a Coon of Democrats that always defended Obama seven and defend Hillary. No, drove the Clinton campaign crazy, but there was a sense, there was like it's almost like, there was a couple of Democrats said, hey, don't, let's not mess, this career up. He's the guy went. Yeah. Let's not screw this up, and I sense. It from Yoder's to Carl with Biden when you've, I find I found voters who will give me an excuse on behalf of Biden. Right. Well, you know, he's been around a long time. Everybody has moved in involved over the years. It goes to the hunger to defeat. Trump is long as Biden is seen as the best vehicle in the polls show, he is. I mean he's up double digits in North Carolina. He's the polls are right now. The polls show this guy is the best vehicle. They can find Biden might benefit from. No. I think it's a big security blanket from him that people just don't want to go after him. They're willing to put up with some stuff, but I do think plagiarism honestly is one area where he cannot make mistakes by thanks to Carlin Kerri..
"carl halls" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm thinking about Miley Cyrus doing that. Two years ago to oh, yeah. No question. Anyway. So now, they become really good friends and the rumor is a gen has Dalian and speed hours or very private number. Also, she named her dog after dally dallied in town. Jen cooks her homemade meals. Dally says, hey, I want you to come to Tennessee and visit myself, and my my husband Carl now Carl has a major crush on Jennifer. And the rumor is a die says, hey, that's Carl's hall pass. Yeah. Yeah. Right. It's going to happen for Carl. He's eighty nine years. The hall is close. Yeah. Close long timing the lights off of that hall. All right. I want you to see bohemian rhapsody. Yeah. Okay. Okay. My TV partner keeps badgering me to do the same thing. Good. Well, she knows what she talking about. When you see it. You'll see an Oscar worthy performance by Rami. Malik. You know, the guy who plays, Freddie. Mercury. Okay. There's no question, Terry. He will be nominated for an Academy Award. I have no doubt. I see a few movies a year. So that may be happening before the Academy Awards. But it's the rumor I hear is true. He will not win. And I'll tell you why the rumor I hear he's been campaigning for the award actually asking people for their vote. And in Hollywood, this a major no no don't do that. You don't do that studios. Spend millions of dollars to generate votes and by him going out asking for people to vote. It's really believe it or not Hollywood does have some standards believe it or not. I know you find that hard to believe. Indeed. All right. I gotta get James on long on this one. But anyway, have a great weekend. We'll talk football Monday. Okay. Breakdown things again. Jerry. Hey, be safe. I'll see you Monday. I'll go to a movie if I can please.
"carl halls" Discussed on Hostage
"And so ends the story of the kidnapping of Bobby Greenlees. His life was short and ended horrifically the lesson learned from this high profile kidnapping is one that American schools still struggle with to this day. It would take years before American public schools began to implement strict student checkout procedures situations such as bobby's remained common strangers taking students from their schools under the guise of a relative, which has led to most schools requiring that only legal guardians or formerly approved caretakers retrieve children from schools, and even then they have to show photo ID, of course, such policies require that administrators enforce them. And this does not always happen. If anything the kidnapping of Bobby Greenlees is more a lesson on greed. Neither Carl hall nor Bonnie heady wanted for money in her interrogation. Bonnie even confessed to having told Carl to drop the whole idea of the kidnapping that she had enough income to support them. But Carl could not be persuaded. He was driven by alcohol and drug use first and foremost, but underneath that was envy and resentment born of greed agreed that began in the halls of Kemper military school where there were Kansas City boys who came from massive wealth for some the capitalist drive to compete overcome can lead to great things. It can take a farm boy and turn them into a millionaire or as in the case of Carl hall. It can take a small town lawyer son and turn him into a killer. You can listen to hostage
"carl halls" Discussed on Hostage
"She believed that intaking Bobby from his school. She was simply giving Carl and afternoon with his estranged boy, it was with shock and horror that she saw the reports of bobby's disappearance days later as for how she ended up in Saint Louis Bonnie claimed that Carl had suggested they take a weekend trip, and that she had woken up alone on the seventh in their recently rented apartment finding that Carl had left her two thousand dollars in cash. She stated in fatty that she had never heard of this Tom Marsh character that Carl was now describing. The body of Bobby Greenlees was exumed from Bonnie heads backyard in Saint Joseph Missouri at eight forty eight m on October seventh nineteen fifty three reporters and neighbors swarmed the yard which was otherwise unremarkable by Wednesday. The eighth Robert Letterman confirmed to reporters that the green Lisa's had received the news and accepted bobby's fate, he gave scant information as to the families state of mind, but it was of course, easy enough to imagine by Saturday October eleventh, both Carl hall and Bonnie Hetty had stabilized their withdrawal symptoms. Lessening Bonnie was the first to break, according to the F B I report, thirty minutes into a fresh interview. She finally admitted that the story of her shopping at the country club plaza was ally. The story about Bobby being Carl's estranged son was also ally. Carl had planned the kidnapping for months, maybe years for all she knew. And there had never been any serious discussion of leaving Bobby alive. Bonnie admitted that she had seen Carl kill Bobby Carl was being interrogated in chapel which provided space and privacy for the investigators. He sat on a pew stuck in a constant swelling of emotion and pain from his withdrawal. It was actually numbing at this point feeling so much so frequently meant you could no longer really feel anything at all. And yet when the new FBI agent walked in and interrupted to tell him that Bonnie had finally cracked had finally told them the whole thing Carl felt a whole new wave of emotion sober for the first time in days. He was forced to relive what he had done. And then just like that he was back there on the day of the kidnapping. He recounted this story the truth to the FBI. It was Monday morning September twenty eighth nineteen fifty three Carl stood by the station wagon. He watched Bonnie retreat across the field toward a row of hedges. He looked down through the car window. Bobby continued to sit quietly patiently he hadn't been difficult to at all through this whole thing. But Carl was obsessed. He would get that money. And if the kids somehow got away or made a noise or was discovered, well, then the whole thing would be bunk years of planning in prison years of failure in business..
"carl halls" Discussed on Hostage
"A couple of morphine tablets he'd needed to be on alert for every second of every day with over half a million dollars in his possession. He couldn't be too cautious. But he thought he was at least safe for the night. And so he got high hoping to forget his anxieties. If only for a moment, then he heard the Knox in his alcohol and drug addled mind. He thought that perhaps his cabdriver had already returned. He got up moving to the door his heart sank in his world turned upside down as a patrolman and plane. Close officer suddenly forced their way into the room. The plainclothes officer presumably detective forced him to sit on the bed telling him that he was under arrest. Neither officer could tell him what four after they were. Sure, he didn't have a gun on him. They began ransacking the room. Carl play dumb. He acted like he had no idea why police would want to search his belongings curiously the detective left the room for a few minutes, only to return and yank Carl up by his arm. The patrolman grabbed him from the opposite side and soon he was being dragged out onto the motel hallway balcony, surely one of history's most incompetent criminals Carl had managed to hold onto the ransom for all of a day and a half he was taken to the Saint Louis county jail. Once there Lieutenant shoulders the arresting officer informed the police chief. Of the large amount of money scene at the motel and how he was sure that Carl hall must be the green lease kidnapper recognizing the magnitude of the situation. The police chief contacted the FBI. The complete FBI transcript of Carl's interrogation is available today to the public giving us the best possible picture of the kidnapping as the interrogation started withdrawal symptoms began almost instantly as Carl typically did not go more than an hour without a drink or a few hours without morphine Karl spent most of the interrogation vomiting into a bucket and at one point even had to be briefly moved to a hospital. He was sick without legal defense and well aware of the severity of his crimes perfect conditions under which the F B. I could take a confession by late in the day on October seventh nineteen Fifty-three Carl was well into admitting to being the mastermind behind the kidnapping when asked as to bobby's location. He said he had an accomplice a man named Tom Marsh who was supposed to have released, Bob. He in Pittsburg Kansas last Monday. But as the hours wore on agents continued to press him where would this Tom Marsh be now who was the woman that took Bobby from his school where was the other half of the ransom money experiencing such severe withdrawal symptoms while trying to maintain a complex web of lies is nearly impossible. Carl finally began to give up significant information he named his lover Bonnie heady as his female accomplice and said that he left her in an apartment in Saint Louis with just two thousand dollars who said that the majority of the ransom money should still be in the apartment in which he had been arrested. He claimed to have only spend twenty thousand dollars at the most. And finally with sweat dripping from his face in vomit on his lips. He admitted that Bobby green lease was dead. Carl attempted to frame the story as if he had come across the dead body at Bonnie's house after the kidnapping had successfully taken place. But that was the extent of what Carl would admit to according to Karl. It must have been his associate Tom Marsh who killed the boy the FBI agents saw through this immediately. But couldn't get Carl to crack further. It was time to see what Bonnie Hetty had to say Bonnie Hetty, fared, only slightly better than Carl hall during her interrogation. She too suffered significant withdrawal symptoms, and so her speech came with difficulty. She did consult with a lawyer beforehand, and she was told that she didn't have to share anything regardless she proceeded to give an account of the kidnapping. However, Bonnie claim that after taking Bobby from his school and delivering him to Carl hall station wagon. That she then when shopping at the country club plaza in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. She claimed that Carl had told her Bobby was his son from a previous marriage..
"carl halls" Discussed on Hostage
"For whom we implore the aid of your tender mercy through Christ our Lord. Amen. The none finished her prayer, Bonnie said, nothing, she contemplated. The irony of praying for Virginia Greenlees, she was about to ruin the woman's life. Both Bondi in the none turn to see the sister who had originally answered the door had returned. And at her side, Bobby Bonnie had seen him at a distance before and in pictures, but never up close. He had such a wide smile. She never remembered being that happy as a little girl in school when the nun next to him told him his aunt was here to take him to see his mother. He didn't object. He simply walked forward, and he took Bonnie's hand. She almost recoiled at the touch the exited the building walking across the front drive and getting into the cab. She asked him about his dogs excitable. He ignored this. And instead answered that he now had a parrot who eight crackers in could talk. But never once did he question who she was the whole thing lasted only a few minutes. It was just past eleven. Back at the drugstore. Carl was still waiting in the station wagon his face practically lit up at the site of Bobby Bonnie felt a rush knowing she had pleased her man it was almost over. They drove silently on the road west into the Kansas countryside, eventually buildings gave way to trees and before long. They arrived at the end of a long road behind a farm Carl pulled the car over stopping the ignition. He looked at Bonnie the look almost crumpled Bonnie right then in their images of the boy playing in his yard being driven to school by his father him telling her about his bird just a few minutes earlier. They all flash through her head. She looked in the rear view and saw his little face as it gazed with curiosity out the window. She rushed from the car taking several steps towards a nearby pasture. She found a fence posts in gripped. It has if bracing herself for a wave or a gust of wind her ears pounded she had to pee. She needed a drink in her head. She continued to repeat that it would all be over soon. It would all be over soon. Of course, it had only just begun. Next week on hostage. We'll follow the ransom process between Carl hall, Bonnie heady in the green leaves family. The plot thickens is the criminal couple attempt to make their escape and the FBI gets involved Bonnie and Carl are forced to take responsibility for their actions. The green leases must cope with bobby's abduction and law enforcement cracks the biggest kidnapping case in United States history. Only two mysteriously lose half of the ransom money. You can.
"carl halls" Discussed on Hostage
"How could an individual make the most money in the shortest amount of time and get away without being identified by the cops. In September nineteen fifty two while Carl hall lay daydreaming in his cell about the perfect crime. Bonnie Emily Hettie of Saint Joseph Missouri was finally divorcing her abusive husband. Her husband Vernon Ellis Hetty was alive stock salesman. They had lived well for twenty years participating in square dances and dog shows. But Vernon's dislike of children led him to force Bonnie into eleven abortions over the course of their marriage. These were illegal at the time and even more dangerous in potentially psychologically, damaging for Bonnie as the years progressed, friends and acquaintances of Bonnie's began to notice she was frequently intoxicated even showing up drunk to some of the affirmation dog shows. It would seem that she had begun to cope with life's hardships by turning to alcohol soon. She like hall. Couldn't make it an hour without a drink. It said she drank as much as a fifth of whiskey a day. Fairly quickly after the divorce in September nineteen fifty two friends of Bonnie heady began to notice strange music coming from her home men called at all hours, and it became clear that she had turned to sex work to support herself and well sex work in of itself is not indicative of any kind of illness or malfeasance most of Bonnie's prophets were going toward fueling her alcohol addiction, and this is perhaps the best indication of how serious her alcohol abuse had become not only was she dependent on the substance, but she now had to mold her life around the pursuit of it. She had long since crossed the threshold from drinking problem to full blown alcoholic the National Institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism known as an I a reports that there are five types of alcoholics both Bonnie. Carl fit into the rarest and most dangerous category chronic severe people in this subtype begin drinking at a young age, though, they may not become truly addicted until middle age. They have a high rate of divorce and in all likelihood use other drugs beyond alcohol. We know for certain Caro began drinking at Kemper military school Fonteyn Caro were both coming off of bad. Marriages in Carl at least was also known to have a drug habit. Another characteristic of this subtype is that the alcoholic also potentially suffers from depression, bipolar disorder or other personality disorders, and in some cases, they are more prone to acts of criminality. Well, we don't know for certain that either Bonnie heady or Carl hall suffered from mental illness. They were absolutely both drawn to a life of crime there in the ferris partnership began. Almost as soon as they met. Bonnie regularly picked up sex work clients at the pony express bar in the ruby del hotel in Saint Joseph one night in April nineteen fifty three Bonnie met a potential client who for a change was charming and kind almost immediately. She fell for him. He introduced himself as Carl hall of Kansas City, Missouri. He was recently paroled from jail having served time for insurance fraud. He claimed he thought she was beautiful, of course, whether he was actually attracted to Bonnie or not Carl had seen potential in Bonney potential from the nip Yele Shen, they moved into gather almost immediately after meeting in April nineteen fifty three and by June nineteen Fifty-three Carl began to speak about the green lease family. How wealthy they were their fleet of Cadillacs. How they had their names on various Catholic institutions throughout the city when Bonnie was halfway sober. She would try to steer the conversation towards something more normal who cared about some rich family. It wasn't until he began to drive them by the green Lisa state in Mission Hills that she started to worry, but she ignored her doubts car loved her and he put up with her addiction. They were to societal misfits living in a world skewed by constant intoxication. What Bonnie didn't know was that Carl had been planning to abduct one of the young Greenlees children for some time. He remembered Paul Greenlees from Kemper military school in when he read in prison that Paul's father Robert now had two young children from a second marriage Carl's perfect crime suddenly came into focus, and he would use the lonely and pliable Bonnie Hetty to help him pull it.
"carl halls" Discussed on Hostage
"Though, not much is known of Carl hall and Bonnie head early years will attempt to understand their transition from troubled misfits to child abductors next week in part two will learn of the bizarre negotiations process in which the kidnappers gave confusing instructions we'll explore the FBI investigation into the kidnapping and the media frenzy that resulted from the crime. In order to understand the motivations of Bobby green, Lisa's kidnappers. Carl hall and Bonnie Hetty it's important to travel back in time and explore their formative years. Born in nineteen nineteen Carl Austin hall was the son of John Austin hall and zealous e hall Carl grew up in the small town of Pleasanton, Kansas where his father was a well known attorney in nineteen thirty two Carl hall was thirteen year old boy about to begin high school. This was the year of the infamous Lindbergh kidnapping in which the infant son of the famed aviator was taken from his home and later killed the one Bruno Richard help men would later be arrested for the crime speculation persists to this day as to the true culprit, it's a crime that young Carl hall would have almost certainly been aware of and that would perhaps remain in his subconscious for years. Years to come John Hall Carl's father passed away that same year leading to Carl's mother zella enrolling him at the Kemper military school in September nineteen thirty three located in Boone Ville, Missouri. It was a regional fixture training. Young men for service in the armed forces since the late eighteen hundreds Kemper also hosted problem students who had blown their chances at previous institutions by nineteen thirty three Paul Greenlees was one such student the adopted son of Robert C Greenlees the wealthiest auto dealer west of the Mississippi he had rebelled throughout his youth. Paul green lease and Carl hall were at Kemper together for at least a year when Carl was fourteen and Paul was sixteen. Neither could have predicted that in twenty years time Carl would kidnap Paul's younger half, brother. Bobby Carl hall was by most. Counts a strong student. He performed his duties with vigor and excelled in his coursework. It's hard to imagine that Carl didn't feel some resentment toward Paul Greenlees. Carl didn't come from nothing. His father had been a successful. And well known lawyer in Pleasanton, but that was a small town, especially when compared to Kansas City, Missouri. Where Paul grew up in. Well, Carl's family was well off Paul's family was endlessly wealthy Paul's parents visited in a dark blue Cadillac Coral's mother showed up in a Buick Paul had Christmas at Union Station with all the cutest gals. Carl just went home to his mom and so Carl the good student from good family paled in comparison to Paul the problem student from the exceptional family. Kemper students would sneak out whenever they could finding a local bar or a good spot in the woods. It was normal to see who could drink the most some of the country. Boys would bring up some moonshine from their family homes in the Ozarks. Some of the boys could drink this much. And still excel in school. Carl hall wasn't one of them. His mother zella had never allowed any alcohol around the house and it hit him like a deer kick to the face. But when he was drunk. He forgot about school forgot about his strict parents at home forgot about Paul Greenlees by nineteen thirty six seventeen year old Carl hall got to wear a needed a drink to get through the day. Just a few years ago. He had been a small town boy who only drank alcohol when he could find it Carl school records shows a history of positive and complimentary comments in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and nineteen thirty. Four but by nineteen thirty six instructors began to refer to Carl in their reports as untrustworthy and rebellious in that same year school records show that Karl hall had taken ill an attempted to acquire alcohol while in the infirmary reading between the lines. It would seem that Carl had at the very least developed an alcohol problem something school faculty were ill equipped to diagnose entreat. It's difficult to know the exact origin of Carl halls intense alcoholism, the final F B I file on the kidnapping makes no mention of any kind of psychiatric evaluation of the suspect and genetic makeup is of course, unavailable considering the timeframe of the crime and general obscurity of the culprit, but it's clear that alcoholism dogged him for the rest of his life in nineteen forty two..
"carl halls" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Podcast link AM eleven seventy theanswer On the Michael Medved Show talking about polls polls polls and the, new poll from Monmouth that suggests that the President Trump's approval rating which has, become, respectable, it is. Not overwhelming does not show that he is is cruising? In approval. Ratings like some of his professors of pardon may not, professor some of his predecessors for instance and this an. Interesting thing most people don't remember it you know the? Two presidents who early. In, their administrations had the highest approval ratings. Ever they were both named Bush. And the first President Bush lost re election because he went from a very very high approval, rating after victory in the Gulf war against Saddam Hussein to a much lower approval rating is the economy went sour The economy is not sour right now. It's humming along there's a great abundance of good news and the question becomes how to keep it coming, there's another piece and it's it's one of those things where it's it, just strikes me as so incredibly important that it be acknowledged There's a piece about what Mitch McConnell has done very quietly and it is remarkable Is that it says in the New York Times Carl halls reports from, Washington against the backdrop of rising partisan rancor over the supreme court vacancy and unlikely bipartisan breakthrough was quietly taking place in the Senate where. The annual spending bills are advancing in a way that hasn't, been seen in years And Mitch McConnell has made clear they they've passed most of the spending bills in, the Senate that they needed to pass now this sounds like well that's their job yeah but it's been fifteen years since this has happened And again a credit. To where it's due to the Republican majority which I hope will expand in the, US Senate and now may the, Republican majority that still exists in the, house get to work and pass their end to these spending bills I'll let us. Go, quickly to your, calls, and to Ben. In, San Francisco band you're on the Michael Medved Show Hey Ben you're on Michael this is yeah this has been go I, wanted to talk to you about the employment and unemployment rates I've always been. Confused about, this why we've only been getting presidents all the credit, for it because I I've been looking at clarion, rates since two thousand one and you can see how up in he goes up and down and how since two thousand eight. When he was at like five percent ten percent and how it went down from, ten to four at this point And he's been going gradually the whole time so I don't know how much credit you can really gives, you a bomb or President Bush until you actually see what their policy applies No you're, you're right I again I think that what you're saying about the unemployment rate going down under President Obama the last years where it was going down you're right that started a trend and, I am not one of. Those, people who believes that everything was chaos that there was formless void and. Darkness hovered over the face of the deep and then came Trump and boom everything just took off, immediately obviously the economy was already headed in, the right direction when Trump was elected but. The point about it is that you got to give the president and the Republicans in congress some credit for keeping some of the positive Factors continuing and actually building on, themselves I will give him. Credit, for that I will wait to see how a tax that actually apply. To they were just introduced last December right I don't think they really put into effect yet so, let's wait and see how they actually affect Absolut absolutely a reasonable point however the question that I'm addressing Ben is this notion that an overwhelming majority of Americans think we're headed in the wrong track and I'm, not sure what they have in mind John in West. Palm Beach Florida John you're on the Michael Medved Show where do we going wrong John with the environment we. Got out of full in the White. House says there's no such thing as climate change assistant invention by. The Chinese and he pulls us, out? Of the par Paris agreement the rest of the. Country's just laughing at him and laughing at us Don't you realize he's making a fool out of us and he's gonna do. Your in it. Hold, on hold on John you're back at the Trump personality and I know that people are very divided on the Trump personality, a lot of people love him a lot of, people hate him but when, it, comes, to climate change to try to. Suggest that or destroying the environment the United States has made great progress toward energy independence and has made even more progress under President Trump a we are also making progress, on better mileage and and do I think we need. To be careful about the environment I do.
"carl halls" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Actress their 45 depending on who was there but my point is is that he could retire or you can we're gonna move odd jon gruden and now hold work derek harper take a listen to his press covers at a second first i wanna say charles woodson says brooding can make carl hall of famer and rich gannon also put car and hall of fame and this aid said so here's jordan at the podium the system that we're going to put in place is going to demand a lot from him and i think that's what's going on locked the greatness in him a remote or what are you hearing there and what type of impact women we'll have with their o'clock i know two things for short john bruton thinks their car can be a great quarterback or he would not have come out of the broadcasters takes his job and rich gannon he wants to be that quarterbacks coach no glenn gundy he's he's he plays an hard for that the thing i mean it like a bear cars obviously a great quarterback they hate him like a great quarterback but look this past season was an absolute regression i mean going six in ten with that team and all the talent they have and you know i've read some of the stories out of the bay area market thompson had a great story in athletic saying i mean they they didn't pushing they didn't get his phase they didn't necessarily have the kind of aggressiveness coaching him and holding him accountable as a leader of the team that they think he probably needs like he's you know as much as he is your franchise got sometimes you've got to be hard with him and he's john bruton right now is just set that tone very you heard ramona there she said car is a great quarterback and then she quickly said big paid him like a great quarterbackrunning you've been grew to do with car or what we know about gruden is that he is in fact a grinder right he's been spending his long time from coaching waking up at three thirty in the morning and going in pulling down tape film and and going into his big closet full of the nfl history and pouring over things even when he didn't have a job so what does.
"carl halls" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"Uh i'm doing a pochon kawhi i'm doing a pair from japan chart and i'm actually going to do a peach colorado use frozen peaches and and then i think i'm going to make these candies that michael simon made on the shoe he did these peppermint patty's like the uh temperament patty's i'm gonna do this has been put them out in it it's a seventy has seven of since the really small group that's a beautiful number two seven that's all he really need i wanted to every two people there you go on i listen if i were and going to colorado i might be a now here's the deal carl hall i saw you on the view of the other day and you had made us in cake can you just let's take up early oh oh my god it's in the car was right all of that kqed news took a huge forever that cake so it's the same yellow cake that are making in for this chocolate lehrer k we did that it's a really rich uh old fashion cake uh that you fold whipped cream into it so it's really moist and then the um but i think is the the the cherry on the top with this cake is the coconut frosting and it uses coconut sour cream and sugar and you make it and you sit it in the refrigerator until all of the the sugar from the sweetened coconut kind of uh comes together with the sour cream and and and just all the sugar and and it's not too sweet and its tang you from the south cream and then you put that over the cake in the eu set take cake in the refrigerator for 24 hours and it is a jam as a matter of fact i i made it on the two and mario mario said that he that's like one of its favorite desserts and he's gonna do it for this christmas we get it it down it's so balanced and the coconut in so you me and she was so if you like coconut this is the cake for you and working people find the recipe recipe for their cake it's on the chewedcom so you can just go to the.
"carl halls" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And twenty one minutes after the hour on the michael medved show judge roy moore speaking last night and a church in alabama he's campaigning uh by the way one of the things that his noteworthy is given the fact that there has been so much publicity surrounding this case if you look at the crowds that uh roy more is drawing they are not overwhelming their sparse and honestly i i do think that people are beginning to rethink this thing even some of his very stalwart supporters and conservative media are thank god beginning to reconsider this thing because this is a stain on the entire republican party and on the entire conservative caused one of the pieces that backslapping does a good job in bring up one aspect of this is a piece that looks at mitch mcconnell and this is a carl halls reporting on washington for the new york times but the headlines as past misconduct cases show will leader willing to take a tough line in a goes over the fact that when it came to miss behavior by his fellow republicans mitch mcconnell's always been tough he is not one of those people who said that well because someone is a republican because someone is a conservative because someone is on my side we should forgive everything and why is then two reasons number one because i believe that mitch mcconnell somebody with some principles are last caller said we have to stand on principle i agree completely but how can you stand on principle and say that you someone who believes in the teachings of any traditional religion regardless of what that religion is about being decent and honest and forthright and respectful of children how can you believe in that and then say well it doesn't matter as long as the guy's a republican is that the same kind of garbage the democrats put forward an offending bill clinton and it was wrong then and there are even some democrats who now we're looking back on then saying yes it was wrong i mentioned kaitlan flanagan who wrote a powerful piece in the atlantic and her pieces very well taken that those feminists were terrible hypocrites when they would say that bill clinton can get away with anything with rape and assault and grotesque miss behavior when.
"carl halls" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Republicans have been trapped by their own lies uh this is the piece that was published a yesterday in the are times a trap by their own lives is the title is says republicans have spent years routinely lying for the sake of political advantage of course i've been telling you this for fourteen years now and now not just on healthcare but across the board they're trapped by their own lives reds paul krugman forced into trying to enact policies that they know don't work and then you know he he talks about how car carl halls wrote this piece for the new york times i've i've been talking about this all day i'll one of the wealth to quote paul uh to occur german quote one big factor behind the push for graham kastiel was anger among big donors waters in know why republicans a broken their vows to kill obamacare uh what the big donors they're not going to oh interesting the hill for i tells me the hill is reporting that they're not going to vote on graham cassidy that's interesting so they're making the equation they have come to the conclusion that this thing is more dangerous to their reelection chances uh than being on record in favor of it so there are more afraid of the people the end of the billionaire daughters or they think that they can get the billionaire daughters to go along with them with a plan b on i'm put my money on the second actually so uh krugman go a points out not only did the republicans promised to repeal obamacare but trump specifically promised to replace it with something that was better more comprehensive and less expensive now there's only one thing that qualifies for all those are there's a few variations on it but basically it's is single payer healthcare or or socialized medicine near here choice right so then then of course you know you've got the republican agenda is taxes are they gonna talk about all the bush tax cuts hurt the economy are they gonna talk about how the reagan tax cuts heard the economy out sam brownback who ruined kansas with tax cuts somehow i doubt any i'll pick up your calls the thoughts out you're listening to the thom hartmann program gold 202 nato a ninety nine twenty villanova and 28 minutes past the hour we'll be back with your calls my thoughts and more the news the day right after this.
"carl halls" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Say espn you better carl hall tyrone he's involved he's in philly you who make navigate through is up man also plus them the nap yeah one ngo you feel about you i mean a quarterback be got this year you think he won't take is to light probably like eleven and uh what we might do tennessee ext you know it's funny but you alba as i see in the beginning of the season i seen him as a made nine of seventy um i i see them a mine in seven maybe a timid six alantheia eleven five tenants six mainly because what we're seeing in this division is not really sexy a washing rescuers are right now the criminal car the crop so to speak but the ills beautifully game one and so the dallas cowboys i think going forward is the next couple of weeks whom you tell until was going on what is the he'll elliot right and then you have to also take into account of just the imf's nfc in general they have to finish player of the afc west so you talk about denver utah oh clin are you tunglung you know they lost the kim city already so it's gonna be interesting to see going forward are still big there a seventy all right you said you talked about the great state of texas in them cowboys let's go there steve steve bureau would make navigate custer but it will go out all put a little what's up man bring it brother laying out of college football wanna play me and i i feel not like the eagle i don't either book glad you're with a greater quarterback it all you know egar layer amanda you know the big fan of yours bush but others will all the time got to wipe out the why fowler that does that we're all right hey how you doing moment i but either way i look old uh you know like a cooperated with a hollywood preset appreciate to update acutally what the cowboys where you always object to the bottom what we lawyer troubled is here for all your p p v i am i am very worried about their pv i'm also worried about that all alert or go work will travel mayor without prefect so project all the list you know it's funny bring it up because our about although armor legal zoom.
"carl halls" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The piece that was published a yesterday in the are times a trap by their own lives is the title is republicans has spent years routinely lying for the sake of political advantage of course i've been telling you this for fourteen years now and now not just on healthcare but across the board they're trapped by their own lives reds paul krugman forced into trying to enact policies that they know don't work and then you know he he talks about how clark carl halls wrote this piece for the new york times i've i've been talking about this all day i'll one of the wealth to quote paul uh two crew quote one big factor behind the push for graham cassidy was anger among big donors watterson oh why republicans have broken their vows to kill obamacare uh what the big donors they're not going to oh interesting the hill for it tells me the hill is reporting that they're not going to vote on graham cassidy that's interesting so they're making the equation they have come to the conclusion that this thing is more dangerous to their reelection chances uh than being on record in favor of it so there are more afraid of the people then of the billionaire daughters or they think that they can get the billionaire donors to go along with them with a plan b on on put my money on the second actually so uh crewmen go uh points out not only did the republicans promised repeal obama care but trump specifically promised to replace it with something that was better more comprehensive and less expensive now there's only one thing that qualifies for all those are there's a few variations on it but basically it's is single payer healthcare or or socialized medicine years your choice right so then then of course you know you've got the republican agenda is taxes are they gonna talk about all of the bush tax cuts hurt the economy are they gonna talk about how the reagan tax cuts heard the economy sam brownback whirlwind kansas with tax cuts somehow i doubt any i'll pick up your calls near thoughts out you are listening to the thom hartmann program cultural to nato a ninety nine twenty villanova and 28 minutes past the hour we'll be back with your calls my thoughts and more the news the day right after this hey it's the.
"carl halls" Discussed on The New Washington
"And um i think we're nice transition from house to the senate sender said well at least he smart enough not to bring the car the cars carl hall to them how did you talked here this week richard burr republican of north carolina chairman of the senate intelligence committee and driver of one of the infamous vehicles in washington but what the ecoles that this what's a 74 74 vw thing it's an old german kubilay wagon of headed about thirty years and it's still the same primer gray it was when i got it is it is it a couple drug or a van now it's a no it's a rattletrap it started like a semi jeep everyone in town recognizes that car but it's my relief elf i can derive uh across the capitol grounds mac and actually pretend that i'm not really here on a bad day i can just go for it a little cruz and a believe i'm somewhere else in the world and you are actually related to aaron burr right his force greatgrandfathers much wealth greatgrandfather is the easiest way to put it have you seen hamilton i've not seen hamilton concerned that the ending may not be the right one i guess he should explain that that aaron burr far vice president plaguing pre decisive role but he decisive role in the death of alexander hamilton i would say that was a pretty decisive role shooting him in the dual was there a line of politicians in your family there was not so you're like are you that we we probably have the largest separation of uh of politics in in in my family of any any family in america we were in his office in the russell office building which is the oldest of the senate office is it's great to have you on him this is a historic building it was the original building that housed the entire senate uh uh now we spread out to three buildings but it's it's uh it overlooks the united states capital that a store and he has a all the old still quite a collection of stuffed game that he is shot including a pretty big turkey that we were commenting on that would be a gabor.