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"david mcnab" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Weeknights at six on KFI. AM six forty. More stimulating talk. Is he Junkin show Brian to filling in for John and Ken? And a little later on. Thousand nine hundred nineteen in terrorism and Syria and most of the president indicating by the way that possibly slowing down. The sixty day withdrawal from Syria, and in fact, doing a complete one eighty thing. In fact, he never said that we were going to get out of Syria. Lickety-split just liberty. Stupid New Year's Eve and guns. This one not from run, it seems I don't see those billboards as much as you used to those billboards that were in English and Spanish and the terrified kids were cowering and looking up in the sky and bullets were coming downward. The sort of giving people the impression that a bullet comes back to earth at the same velocity that it goes up in which it does not. But anyway, that's the science physics actually, well, Kansas man, planning to fire a gun into the air midnight on New Year's Eve accidentally shot himself right in Johnson. A man who was planning to shoot his gun into the air. I'm everyone stand back my plan, and this just as crazy enough to work with to fire this firearm this pistol into the air the Kansas City. Police department of Kansas responded to a shooting around midnight in the nine hundred block of blah, blah, blah. Who cares? A man wanted to celebrate New Year's Eve by firing his new twenty two caliber handgun into the air people could maybe here at a block away. Instead the man accidentally shot himself in the stomach as he sat the gun down. So there you go. The man is expected to recover, and they're they're gonna go here. Locally in California. No reports of anything here in LA. You know, what I mean that would empirically I shouldn't say that the anecdotally, it would seem that what used to be a pretty consistent headline on July fifth and January second that someone somewhere has a kid or a dog or kitty or someone who was injured by a falling bullet, which is at that point. It's unless. If it fired into the air, and it hits you it's falling. It's not the velocity of the bullet. All right. So listen close if you want to hear about the rampage in Santa Barbara, then the listen really close like we have to go back. The the rampage happened on Friday four dead total three murdered one killed by Santa Barbara swat, which they call special enforcement team. But we have to go back and learn about David Gerald McNabb. David Gerald, McNabb was a county of Santa Barbara sheriff's department employees. He was a custody deputy for the agency from July of a one to March of two thousand twelve when he voluntarily resigned shortly after that he was arrested and charged by Oxnard police and convicted of felony domestic violence may two thousand fourteen. So he's resigned from Santa Barbara police department, but he's effectively with a DVD. Conviction. He's unemployable in law enforcement. So we do not know what David McNabb did between after he got out. I don't know how long sentence was fast forward to Friday or actually we shouldn't. I shouldn't say it like that. Fast forward. To the day before Friday. The former deputy has a younger brother named Brian McNabb. Brian McNabb lives in a separate residence. David McNabb the older brother former deputy, he lives at the same place with a sixty three year old man relationship, unknown is mother and his sister. They all lived in the same place. So the younger brother Brian McNabb before the deadly stabbings on Friday, the younger brother had assaulted, another family member at his own home in Santa Maria, the house where the rampage happened is an Arca if you know Santa Barbara county or up there so in Santa Maria, the younger brother had assaulted, a unidentified family member at his home. So that happened Friday. David McNab, the former deputy and convicted DVD guy he beat and stabbed a sixty three year old man relationship, unknown as they say. His mother and his sister to death. So allegedly he killed three people before being shot by the deputies deputies responded to the home that McNabb shared with all the victims Oak Hill road or cut the nine one one caller also lived at the home and a discovered one of the victims covered in blood before fleeing the scene and calling for help. Authorities said that he was still there armed with a rifle when the Santa Barbara sheriff's office swat special enforcement team was brought into take him into custody. They tried less than lethal rounds didn't work. He was shot after he continued quote continued to pose an immediate threat both quote as he got into a confrontation with deputies. According to the sheriff's office. He was later pronounced dead after being transported to a nearby hospital. Curricula last arrest in case you're wondering if he was convicted of domestic violence and got out of jail in may of two thousand fourteen he may have gotten under jail just a couple of months a year ago, regardless he had no legal right to possess a firearm, nor to live in a house with a firearm. So if it was not his it was still illegal for him to be in that house. And if it was not his it was illegal for him to grab it. And that that after the about, you know, pretty major violations of the law in murdering three people that being said firearms shouldn't have been involved. So now the Friday night massacre is resolved there's three dead to relatives of David McNabb and a sixty three year old man, again relationship, not now, we don't know if this was a stepfather whatever, but he killed his own mother his own sister, and the sixty three old men, and he stayed there at the residence possibly lying in wait. We don't know. But Santa Barbara deputies killed him. He died at the hospital. Remember the? The younger brother Brian McNabb who assaulted a family member at his own home in Santa Maria the day before Friday. Well, he it was released yesterday. He's been booked into Santa Barbara county jail on fifty thousand dollars bail two days after the killings for suspicion of battery causing serious bodily injury. And so because we don't we because we were sitting here with a dry erase board. We can't connect except the victims that we can connect to the older brother, the the man his and then the sh the shooter's mother and sister killed by the older, brother. Dave McNabb that we know. But the younger brother Brian McNabb assaulted a family member. We don't know who he assaulted. We don't know if he assaulted one of the victims or if he assaulted is older, brother, David. We don't know. But Brian McNabb is the apparently one of two lone survivors in the McNabb family, and he has been booked in Santa Barbara county jail on fifty thousand bail fifty thousand dollars Bill two days after the killings for assault on another family member. So we don't know if that family members deceased or what? So I that's as simple as I can put it that's as clear as I can make it, but a rampage on Friday night that happening up north of Santa Barbara. I haven't seen a heck of a lot about the news in the news. But there you have it when we come back a little little more on PG any and whether or not murder is the case that they gave them for the campfire up there in paradise California them some background on this. If if you're if you're hearing reporting about that story as if the state of California's attorney general is somehow. Groundbreaking? Attorney general who wants to bring the powerful to heal and put the heads of PG in jail for murder. That's not at all what it is. So we'll we'll get into this right after right after is significant, but the significant thing actually happened in two thousand ten so I'll tell you what this is about an why it's part of the reason the power bills are going to Jack up in two thousand nineteen is John and Ken show Brian suit, filling in KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Rosie Rivera with the news..

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"david mcnab" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Give a honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam Cousteau. Fox News those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the L A times. Kelly highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump. Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter urging them to come on. Over and make a deal. A Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen her eight year old daughter her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mocal reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"david mcnab" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on KTOK

"Honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam who sell Fox News. Those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the L A times. Kelly highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter. Urging them to come on over and make a deal. A Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen her eight year old daughter her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mocal reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"david mcnab" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Baltimore and wcbMcom. To be honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam who sell Fox News. Those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the LA times Kelly, highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter urging them to come on over and make a deal. He'll Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen, her eight-year-old daughter, her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mogul reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"david mcnab" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To be honest. It's not a wall. I'm Pam Cousteau. Fox News those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the L A times. Kelly highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump. Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunting Democrats on Twitter urging them to come on over. And make a deal Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen her eight year old daughter her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mogul reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home in Santa Barbara county..

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"david mcnab" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A wall. I'm Pam who sell Fox News. Those words from outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly who sat down with the LA times Kelly, highlighting the distance at least in language between himself and President Trump Kelly telling the paper what's needed at the border is a physical barrier in certain places technology across the board and more people Kelly also revealing why he stayed eighteen months in the White House. He says military people don't walk away the federal government now nine days into a partial shutdown with both sides seemingly unwilling to budge Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. President Trump who remained at the White House over the holidays has been taunted Democrats on Twitter, urging them to come on over and make a deal. Will a Missouri man is facing more than a dozen charges following a deadly shooting spree. See Charles county prosecutor Tim lomar charged. Forty six year old Richard Darren Emory with the murder of thirty nine year old Kate Katzen, her eight-year-old daughter, her ten year old son and her sixty one year old mother Jane mocal reporter, Michelle Maderas with FOX two in Saint Louis shortly after the killings police say Emory exchanged gunfire with police before fleeing on foot. He was tracked down hours later inside a convenience store covered in blood and wounded a man with a history of domestic violence has been identified as the suspect in a triple murder in southern California. David McNab, a former deputy was shot and killed by police over the weekend. After cops say, he murdered his mother sister. And a man inside their home.

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"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

"With the FBI unable to make a move and his soldiers remaining oil Masino crime empire continued to expand at the same time. FBI investigations into the other families were reaping rewards, lawyers prepared for what became known as the commission trials. These trials proved participation in huge syndicated rackets worth tens of millions of dollars. The bosses of all four of the other New York mafia families were sent to prison for organized crime. It was a devastating blow, but for Joe Masino, it cleared the field. He was the last man standing and so the FBI nicknamed him the last dawn. Was considered the last time because there's really last of the old guard. The only left significant play left on the street, and it was all things to Doney Briscoe in a way to stone did the Banawa crime family favor because the impact was to shield the family from involvement in any of the other major mafia rackets because family was and the other families didn't want him involved. So the family, the banana family had to go out and make it's money, it's own and sense. It really insulated the family from scrutiny by federal authorities for the longest period of time. Let the mid nineteen nineties. There was still a complete wall of silence surrounding Masino soldiers to the FBI. The last done seemed untouchable, but then Jek Steuben got lucky a secret informants squeal, not on Masino himself, but his loyal number to sell the tally. It was the breakthrough he'd been waiting for. It turned out that Salva tally had been using a Bank of Long Island to launder cash as well as to extort gambling and loansharking debts. Regular customers used the front entrance, but Salva tally used an entrance around the bell. The FBI didn't hesitate. They moved in indicting Vitale along with six of his associates, and the bank's manager for recketeering. They had put Vitale behind bars, but couldn't yet tight anything back to Masino himself. However, the telly was given an unusually short prison sentence. And it had an unexpected affect on the family, especially Joe Masino tallies of trouble with the Bank. Ace on island must something that created suspicion among other members of the crime family surly Messina with. I. Sal might be cooperating because he got a relatively light sentence. You know, some people in the world of the mafia. You get light sentence could be just a fluke of sensing guidelines, but everybody gets paranoid and thinks that, well, maybe that's a sign that somebody's cooperated gripped by paranoia Masino didn't know what to do next. The telly would be even more dangerous than Donnie Brask so dangerous that Masino might have to have his brother-in-law kill. In the next episode, there's excess with Vitale still didn't bring the f. b. FBI hope for taking down Joseph Masino. So they had to find alternate methods. The feds tightened the screw on Messina's. Most loyal soldiers making them flip one after the other and tell on their ruthless and Ruutel boss, and in the end, Joe Masino was cornered to such an extent by the FBI that he did the unprecedented what no other official mambas had ever done before him. This has been an audio, boom and world. Meteorites co-production hosted by me fleet Cooper, it is produced by audio booms been Hasley and Rachel Jacobs and Bettina Vasquez for world media rights. We had editing help from David Markowitz with additional production from world media rights by Gerald's a Bengal. David McNab is the series creative director and the executive producers for audio. Boom are Brendan Reagan and Stewart last. Thanks to simply safe and CBS's podcast. Someone knows something for sponsoring the Sepah follow Muffin on Spotify or subscribe on apple podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you find your favorite shows. And if you've got some time, give us a review..

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"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

"In the years after traffic Conte's death, more evidence came to light. His lawyer, Frank Redondo claimed that just four days before he died traffic Conti had opened up to him when speaking about president Kennedy mobsters called him by his nickname Giovanni, the two men were driving together when traffic contact turned and said, quote, we shouldn't have killed von. We should have a hobby. Here's Frank, Redondo, son, Chris regon oh, confessing to the assassination of the president of the United States and my my father was just in shock. He has an all you couldn't believe that they actually had done this. He had thought they discussed it. I had all that evidence. In November of sixty three. I have a grand jury, and I'd have an indictment conviction or not's different story. It is unlikely that we will ever know for certain whether santio trumpet Conte, and Carlos Marcello hired Oswald and ruby. But sometimes traffic Conti was certainly unique in one aspect throughout his life. The quiet Don kept out of the limelight and never spent a single night in an American jail. It's not an understatement or an overstatement to say Santo trough. Conti was the big mafia fish that got away. In the next episode, even with the mafia's long history of violence, one chiller stood out Albert Anastacia is one of the the craziest and most violent mob bosses in history. Yes, he was the head of murdering corporated and hand picked some of the worst killers imaginable. But anesthesia himself took violence to another level, his metality new bands. He killed more people than some serial killers. Nothing makes you wonder around psychopath even other Muffin bosses feared him. And in the end they had to get rid of him to save themselves. Thanks to the black tux for sponsoring this episode. This has been an audio, boom and world media rights, co-production hosted by me, fleet Cooper. It is produced by audio booms been hustling and Rachel Jacobs and Bettina Vasquez for world media rights. We had editing help from David Markowitz with additional production from world media rights. My Gerald za Benguela special things in this episode to rob Peterson. David McNab is the series creative director and the executive producers for audio, boom or Brendan Reagan and Stewart last follow mafia on Spotify or subscribe on apple podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you find your favorite shows..

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"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

"Downfall Santo never forgave Castro. One of his biggest aims in life was getting back to Cuba and one of the ways he wanted to get back to Cuba was displacing and getting rid of Castro. He would have done anything could possibly do it to his luck. He wasn't the only one with a grudge against Fidel Castro. In Key West Florida. Anti-communist feelings were mounting. There was anger among Cuban communities. Castro was hanged in effigy in street protests. Anti-castro forces were beginning to join hands and other cities traffic to kind of builds around himself. This little mob of Cuban gangsters who also left the island when when petits fell. And this whole anti-castro fervor starts reaching a fever pitch in in south Florida. That's traffic Conti's own involvement in the anti-castro movement, garnered the attention of some very powerful allies of north in September nineteen sixty traffic. Kante was approached by a man with a message from the Chicago mobster Sam giancana giancana wanted to enroll traffic Conti in one of the most high profile hits the Muffin headed ever gotten Fidel Castro. But it wasn't young kinda himself who was authorizing the hit. In fact, the contract didn't come from the Muffin at all. It was from the sea. In the next episode. When the US government was looking for somebody to assassinate Castro, they said, well, who are good assassins said the mafia conspiracies abound in the house, select committee on a sensation. How did the CIA get into bed with a mob to get rid of Castro, just shows you don't respect. The one force man had for the mafia. They could get things done in a way that one force mental legitimate operation could not. And traffic contact continues his involvement in a web of intrigue and Clinton distant operations that potentially Lincoln to one of the most notorious assassinations in United States history, John Fitzgerald, Kennedy. So because of Robert Kennedy's Warren organized crime that a lot of mobster start having some pretty bad feelings towards John f. Kennedy. And this goes across the country from Carlos Marcello and Orleans to Sam giancana to the bosses in New York. This has been an audio, boom and world media rights, co, production hosted by me, sleek Cooper. It is produced by audio booms been Hasley and Rachel Jacobs and Bettina Vasquez for world media rights. We had editing help from David Markowitz with additional production from world media rights by Gerald Xuebing, woah. David McNab is the series creative director and the executive producers for audio. Boom are Brendan Reagan and Stewart last. Thanks to Indochino for sponsoring this episode. Follow mafia on Spotify or subscribe on apple podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you find your favorite shows.

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"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

"Million dollars in loans financing the mobs development of las vegas casinos twenty million went to caesar's palace alone twenty three million to circus circus and the kickback dorfman seven percent of circus circus corporations shares potentially worth millions but the f b i hadn't given up on dorfman more than ever they were determined to bring him down for good finally in nineteen seventy four they collected enough evidence to charge dorfman and lombardo with milking the pension fund of one point four million dollars the key witness for the prosecution was businessman daniel seaford who'd been collaborating with the feds if seaford testified lombardo endorphin were both going down the mafia didn't think twice here's former fbi agent jim wagner again this whole case was another example of the problems chicago face as well as other sections of the country and bringing to court cases against some of the organized crime people because they had no hesitation of eliminating witnesses if it would keep them out of fort on september twenty seventh nineteen seventy four daniels seaford went to his office to meet his wife they were assaulted by two armed men mrs seaford was pushed at gunpoint into a washroom siefert made a run for it as the men opened fire the first shotgun blast failed to stop but a second blast to the chest brought him down finally to leave no doubt daniels siefert was shot at point blank rain seared collapsed so did the court case lombardo endorsement walked free again it was clear to the department of justice and the fbi that joe lombardo and the chicago outfit would stop at nothing to keep their money man and the mafia bank in business in the next episode we'll reveal how the fbi launched a vast surveillance operation to go after the man who'd been bankrolling the chicago mob for over two decades and finally shut off a steady supply of cash to the muffin we penetrated dorfman and and is contacts then that would open up avenues of prosecution and evidence gathering s to the mob corrupt teamsters officials corrupt public officials will speak to the lawmen who were part of operation pin fold the code name given to the covert operation to bring down dorfman the best evidence you news accordance of vengeance own words i lucky enough to have video surveillance too and we'll discover that no one was safe from the mall not even the people that helped bankroll their million dollar business interests we felt he would be all normal to an offer to diminish his prison sentence in return for his cooperation never got that far because the mob was thinking the same thing this has been an audio boom and world meteorites coproduction hosted by me fleet cooper it is produced by audio booms been hasley rachel jacobs and tina vazquez for world media rights we had editing help from david markowitz with additional production from world media rights my gerald binga david mcnab is the series creative director and the executive producers for audio boom are brendan reagan and stewart last thanks to indochino for sponsoring this episode follow mafia on spotify or subscribe on apple podcasts stitcher or wherever you find your favorite show.

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"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"david mcnab" Discussed on Mafia

"In the next episode carmine galante turned his plan into action after he left prison he aggressively and ruthlessly took over the heroin trade immediately he was in and he took over and there was such an upsurge of heroin coming into the united states there wasn't any drought and stopped nothing in his quest to become the boss old bosses those certain kinds of intelligence help you get through armored and there are certain kinds of intelligence that help you run a mom new york city and for man can become a mob leader in new york city he's got that kind of intelligence and we discover how even the most feared of all mufti bosses wasn't safe from his own carbine was stepping up into a position that he was not going to be they didn't want him in all i think it was just the question of he was not the kind of person they wanted in that powerful position and the only way to prevent it from taking over was to kill this has been an audio boom and world media rights co production hosted by me fleet to it is produced by audio booms been hasley and rachel jacobs and bettina vasquez for world media rights we had editing help from david markowitz with additional production from world media rights by gerald bingo david mcnab is the series creative director and the executive producers for audio more brendan reagan and stewart last thanks to frame light street and harry's for sponsoring this episode follow mafia on spotify or subscribe on apple podcasts stitcher or wherever and find your favorite show.

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