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Rolling Stone Crowns Beyoncé's 'Formation' as All Time Best Music Video
"Stone released its list of 100 greatest music videos of all time and Queen Bee takes the top spot with formation, Okay? Let's get information. But it wasn't Beyonce's only video to make the list. Single ladies was number 12 and her music video with Lady Gaga for telephone number 66. I think that Madonna childish Gambino guns and roses and Michael Jackson also claimed top spots on the list. Monica Ricks. CBS News Come on in the West. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be hosting a Janis
Unpacking the American Rescue Plan
"The motion is adopted. Lowering gambino political correspondent for guardian. Usc bobby sleeping covering the one point nine trillion dollars bit relief package that passed through congress. Last week is on the way. It's called the american rescue plan. How big is it. Thur americans the plan itself is huge in scale and scope. it's one point nine trillion dollars. Which even. I sort of have to take a moment realize how massive this bill is. It's being billed as one of the biggest pieces of legislation. Congress passed in possibly generation. Many of the big measures are temporary. They're set to last for a year or just for the next few months but there are pushes already by democrats to make some of these provisions permanent that would mean pretty significant changes in the american social safety net. Can you give me some examples of ice measures. The moose well known piece of this bill is the fourteen hundred dollar checks to individuals. So if you're someone who makes below seventy five thousand dollars a year or you're a couple who makes less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year you will receive these fourteen hundred dollar checks that will come in addition to the other provisions which provide housing assistance assistance for food assistance for healthcare. Then there's this other big precision. It's called the child tax credit it's existed for a while now but this bill dramatically expands the credit and it also expanded eligibility for it so that more. Low income families qualify. What's novel is at. Its affectively of form of guaranteed income. The payments will be made monthly to these families rather than qualifying only for the credit during tax season. And that's a huge change both financially and philosophically in the way americans dole-outs welfare in this country. And so this is a provision that some policy experts have forecast would cut child poverty in half in america especially for black families and latino families. So this could have a huge huge impact on low income americans who've been especially hurt by the job losses. This is the one piece that democrats believe once it's been enacted through this legislation that they will have some success making permanent and indeed if they do it would completely restructure how we look at child welfare this country and as you said the title bell is in the trillions and when we start talking in trillions he basically leaves me but i found it something like a tenth of gdp so as you say huge how significant is for biden. And for setting out. Biden's agenda anyway. You look at it. It's a big political victory for joe biden. He came in saying he was going to do this. Part of his victory is certainly attributable to donald trump's mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic and this was his promise not to mention a few months later when the senate was still in the balance to georgia senate candidates both democrats promised georgia voters that they would be sending them two thousand dollar checks if they win their races in georgia and democrats control the senate so this is seen as making good on that. Promise the the difference. The two thousand dollar checks are now fourteen hundred dollars but the democrats make the case that they said six hundred dollar checks to americans in december and so this brings up the total to two thousand. Yeah politicians always find ways to add up the numbers. Now as you said and the democrats have a slim majority in the house and a wafer thin majority in the senate because of those georgia senators a majority of one with comma harris. How difficult was this to pass. This was a big political. Lift for joe biden. And what's interesting is that it was so difficult given how popular the legislation was with the american people. Cbs news poll. Seventy five percent of americans say they support the measure including almost half of republicans in most well-known provisions of the bill pulled even higher than the entire bill itself and even then joe biden wasn't able to bring along any republicans you know. He came into office. One of his big promises was that he would be able to work across the aisle and bridge the gaps. They called this the most progressive piece of legislation in history. That absolutely did not happen for those who watching progressive means socialism. And then you have with his razor thin margins. You have a lot of factions within the democratic party. That were jostling for control. And he really had to contend with some objections from moderate democrats particularly in the senate where one senator can blow up the entire negotiation. He was able to do this this time. But i think this sets up a lot of questions about what comes
Interview With Ron Fino
"Ron koslow bit. We'll see if anybody's got any questions every once in a while during these guys are all g- people who support the podcast nuts quite a little bit and i like to Give a little extra more than just a regular podcast. Each week all becoming friends of mine. We're just kind of having a monthly little zoom chat fest here. Sometimes we get out. You know paul sharp from there. Yeah last time. Since i seen them wonderful man a tragic bureau Still going through it. yeah. I know they'll say the how was a bunch of bad out there that i kinda kissed eight and somewhat contact with the social media partly and then my podcast stated don Quite a few guys danny griffin Are the guys who did griffin. Said he came on here. I started first time. I did talk about rank. Lada so i had a guy get a policeman. I used to work with and he sent me a link to interview franken lada. He said you know this guy. This guy was pretty impressed with what frank was had the say because he was my sergeant in the his thinking dang. This guy's landed out there. I didn't know frank when he was in chicago. The players chicago. But i didn't know frank I didn't know spiritual either. I have met him. You have recalled. Beat theo our recalled. Because i was running those days with vinny solano indo curdle really interesting iran. What you tell a tell. This guy's a little bit about how you started. Your dad was buffalo mob guy. yes naturally here are Was actually a became. The boss or the so-called called boss in the buffalo of magadino empire. And i grew up in. I mean i got to be clear ball over the world. It's just that. I did not want to participate nor did my father believe it or not. What burqas and so. I never joined a i did become the head of the labor's local to ten and officer for the laborers international union. So i did get to meet all the players in chicago new york city etc etc But i did like the way. The ma Because they were stealing for remembers and one at what what the fbi. I told him. I'll do whatever necessary but don't ever ask me about my father or my family and you know they never did. They never once. Did i bring the bureau up to speed on labor racketeering on at least one of the people that brought up to speed labor racketeering as well as some of the procedure that they were involved in operations with the benefit fund so they would bring back money kickbacks things of that nature but also at the same time you'll learn about killings you learned about other families operated Opened up it's surprisingly. Chicago was always very open about how they operated. As was a sub parts of new york city like gen of each family. They were more open than some others. I knew them about the best. Gambino was i knew. I knew a lot of colombo's Ropes at skoko was a friend of mine he worked with them. He was the one that actually started the soap. All-time prequel a for tony. Salerno all the various families so you meet tomato and you one what. What union is that. When you you guys. I was with the labor's international union Which was all mobbed up. We were up. Originally we were controlled by the chicago. Office of skiable family took over the presidency. But because of new york's power and things like that chicago would dare next up on their toes. They were allowed to main take exists. Well throughout their new england New york city down to florida and santo trump catchy quite well i never bet bird so but i knew santa why while he opened up a plaza strip land. They had ordered their tampa with menards. Their goal is so you get to beat the various players and you get to see the real story. It's not like a lot of the will be said i never will degrade an author or Burchett author because. I know how difficult it is.
NYPD Cop Plotted Murder-for-Hire
"Valerie Cincinnati paid her boyfriend. Seven thousand dollars to hire a hit man and kill his teenage daughter and her husband but she had no choice. What was she supposed to do? Try and take them out herself. She was in New York City. Police officer that's a good way to get yourself fired or at least on desk duty but that was twenty nineteen and she's had to change apart since then after folding prison laundry for a year last month she really really tried to be released on bail using the corona virus as an excuse to get back in front of a judge because too but the judge had good reason to roll his eyes and refuse in the words of the. Us Attorney in Brooklyn. The evidence in this case is overwhelming. Hey I'm amy and every Sunday Wednesday. Were here recapping. The story behind a true crime headline so. Let's get to it Valerie. Cincinnati paid her boyfriend seven thousand dollars to hire a Hitman and kill his teenage daughter and her husband. Did you get that because I had to read it a few times before? I believe what I was saying. She paid her boyfriend to have her ex husband killed because she was deep into a custody dispute with him over their son and she wanted him dead so she didn't have to share her. Nypd pension or her son with him and she was paying her boyfriend to have her boyfriend zone. Fifteen year old daughter killed because she was getting in the way. What offering to pay for your boyfriend to have his own daughter killed. Seems like a real dating. Don't but apparently Valerie thought he'd be into the idea. He was not because after she outlined the plant he right away immediately told the feds started wearing a wire when he was with her allegedly because her trial hasn't started yet but allegedly her boyfriend. John Rubel took Valerie seven grand and used it to buy five ounces of gold coins to pay the Hitman gold coins. Remember the days when you could just hand hitman cash and they do the job now you got to exchange the money for magic beans and give them those. It's just it's so complicated but Valerie says she was just giving John the money to buy gold coins. What's the problem? But let's just say that the cops the better the other cops that they're right and Valerie was using those gold coins to buy a couple of murders which did not happen by the way everyone save except Valerie. She should drop the soap in the shower anytime soon but she was trying to hire a contractor to kill. These people does not sound like she was very easy to work for according to court documents when she was told the Hitman was at her ex-husband's office in Long Island said he should be killed in the hood or the ghetto instead so it would not look suspicious and when she learned. This hitman didn't WanNA murder teenage daughter near her school. She said runner the F over. How about that K- and then when a few weeks went by and her husband and this poor teenage girl weren't dead. She asked the obvious question. Why was this whole murder-for-hire thing taking so long but then cheap further micromanage the process by telling her boyfriend to have the Hitman kill the girl his daughter over the weekend and then wait a week or a month to kill her husband so it wouldn't look suspicious and she should know because she's a police officer a police officer at this point law enforcement had had enough and they decided to give her what she wanted? A dead husband stood in my car glass on the floor and all over me and had me hunch over into the peasants and it's a picture that was that like Earth craziest experience. Yeah after she saw the pictures and the police told her he was dead. Her boyfriend recorded her discussing what her fake alibi could be if she was questioned about it. If these allegations proved to be true in the yearbook this girl would definitely be voted most likely to be arrested for being dirty cop kind of a not so smart super dirty cop at that among other damning Internet searches. She Google the phrase. If your ex dies do you have to share your whole pension? She might as well been googling. Dump things criminals due to get themselves convicted. She was a twelve year veteran of the NYPD. Working as a domestic violence officer in Queens. And that's where she met her boyfriend John Baruba in two thousand seventeen while she was working case. He's been called her sugar daddy in the press. Now he was fifty four. She was thirty four at the time and he paid her and Bill. So yeah yeah that tracks but then he got her suspended when he reported to internal affairs that she was hanging out at his house when she was supposed to be on duty protecting serving but then they got back together. Their relationship is not surprisingly described as volatile. Of course Jon is an exactly choirboy either. He allegedly threatened to shoot a guy over fifty four thousand dollar diamond ring in January twenty nineteen and was bragging about supposed ties he had to the Gambino Crime Family. He was also very proud of his friendships. With a couple of the actors who played mobster on the Sopranos so for Guy who seemed to be such a mobster wannabe. How ironic is it? That the first thing he did was drop a dime on his girlfriend. Of course if you ask Valerie's family they believe it was John who set the whole thing up to framer and speaking of her family at the time. She was arrested. Her brother was an FBI agent two months after she was arrested he committed suicide but again she insists she's innocent. Prosecutors say Valerie did her best to try and get rid of the evidence they believe. She destroyed to cell phones and deleted texts. But even without those phones. It's pretty hard to argue with wire. Tape recordings isn't it does not look great for you girl. Her trial was supposed to start on April twentieth. But it's been postponed while her legal team. Sifts through thousands of pages of text and calls between her her boyfriend and her ex-husband if she's convicted. She faces ten years for each of the two attempted murder for hire accounts and twenty years for obstruction of justice. I have a feeling this is going to be it for
"gambino" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Welcome all you wire-tappers out there once again. I'm in the Studio Gang Lenoir on the phone now with a pretty well known guy especially back in the day. Markle Leonardo Hope. I didn't butcher that up too bad. Mike. I've got this northwest Missouri. Nasal Twang it and and sometimes they get too many bows the name. I butcher the heck out of get my butcher's Apron Apron anyhow so you you were a cap. Oh and the in the Gotti family's actually the Gambino family which is kind of interesting that it stayed it kept the Gambino family name all the way to present time in in the news. I've noticed in God's name didn't ever get attached to that. I've never understood how they attach a name to a crime family. But but you were. You were born into this thing. Almost it looks to me like so you start out a little bit about your family history and how you were what what we call it. Legacy End The Luck Ocean knows. You're a family goes back Sicilian and my family goes back. A couple of hundred years involved in the Mafia of course another shoe or another type calls frightening Zella. They had different terms for what they called. Each other gives ago and then I would migrate it to the States so my great grandfather. My grandfather got which in eighteen ninety five over his family when he got to. The country was already set up that the people want to see from people that was from Sicily. Way We sent over the the people in the states and he was only fifteen when a guy that they went to lower Manhattan that was really like the nucleus of the Mafia between there. The Bronx was probably the two main hubs in York outside like Louisiana which was really the first heavy migration Sicilians in the mafia in the country. What's a lot of people? Really? Don't know unless you're deficient added all of this stuff. A lot of saints went to Louisiana all my upbringing in in this life Was that the knee you know is seeing everything I heard. Even though my father was not a member of the two brothers were number. My grandfather kept him out outside of the getting into that life. My father had a very bad temper. My uncles they will really make that type of life. You know he but everybody was a cousin. Everybody that was close family so when my grandfather came here and it was almost like. I said it was fava to go see certain people in New York. You know it's a culture. It's a way of life and Stuff together to take advantage of their own at times. Legitimate Poverty. You type people came in like things like a ratio oldies entertainers shop owners. So they accepted preyed on their own kind. Also at that time. This is establish this up. This is a like a gag. Just emanating disrup-. They had roots. It's just how they attach does. Legitimate states with politicians will enforcement unions etc. And help out a built this empire which is still today in the states not been tuned once was casino. Control the judges of the politicians when it used to be used for that but my family got here in the Late eighteen hundreds. Dave was like almost like welcoming committee. That's how they step into the life and that's how my grandfather get started at a very young age. He gets to be a very strong figure. It which was before it was called. The gambino family was his goal. Badeah we baptize. The is Donna. And this guy got baptized. My father was a guy called the Salvator Doug Willa which was really one of the fresh bossom bosses of the whole country. Oh Yeah he put people in just about every family. Will you know in the country at one time? They would call the Mikey but despite an athlete. That's what came to say later. By Chrysler All will go nice by law enforcement but he You know had this General Assembly that workplace before and then after continued this this you know when you hear these stories is a young man you know if I grandfather of course by my father. My uncles then later on. I two older brothers nine ten years my senior stories Other people in the neighborhood. My neighborhood was like eighty percent. Sicilian about ninety five percents down and we didn't have just like a couple of blocks. We had was one of the biggest cities in the country. The this is how you got you. You see what's going on around you without saying I'm a product of my environment was. That's lame excuse. Yeah that's nobody's practically invited. You're going to do as independent thinker. You go in direction you wanted to do. You want to be drug addict whereas product drug eggs. Hang out. You'll be drug drug. I don't hang out with drug out. Do you WanNa be happy you emulate idolize speakers and you WanNa leave the past and you try to grow in that. You don't want to go be a lawyer. Gobi PAP choke like. I said I would would ice seeing what I Mike Perspective of what I see and I see total amount of people respect how to handle themselves having handedly families I. I gravitated to that interesting. You know as a teenager then young man. We all kind of want to You know we have these expressing ourselves and starting to move into something. I would assume that you probably start getting some kind of crimes a teenager and in order to be noticed by somebody or they would start noticing that. Because you know you don't into a crime family or any kind of organization like that. They're not just going to take anybody and you're going to have to offset rumors we'll start. Hey here this. Mikey kid You know a pretty tough. You know he. He can handle himself. You GotTa get a real valid point when I was a kid my grandfather and go to houses when he when he started making some money when he first got okay and got married Gigi Fernandez Brooklyn Away. What this house was a double yacht and my grandfather was old school Italian and he had his grape. She fakes at his Chevy trees out his speech at all. Its Roots Festival. Dude tenures God NEPI Daves. Go to up. You know what the continue on visit I would get. The fix season will come law Michaeli. You were very very broken English. You Limited English. They should mike open to fix the quality going to fix the Jerry Club. These two guys they talking about a much older than their fathers reverted in the mob and they were very close by graph. I Like I was saying earlier with this one guy dog. Willa Was My my my father's godfather and he was murdered October Tenth Banking Twenty Eight And this was this guy was the whole. Get The guy who ran the country at one time so that was my father's godfather and my father got the notice guy because he was killed around father was sixteen years old. My father born twelve nineteen. Well so you know. These were my cousins even though there was no blood. Yeah these were my cousins because my grandfather look after their kids if fathers and daughters into whole famine I if my grandfather bought a piano for my father so by the House. Did family got a piano if he was dead. They have been extremely close. I grew up call because not all right so as a young boy. Now eight ninth any circle the globe to bring the fix. I go there and I'd be hanging out with all these old it. Give me a quarter fifty cents. Who gives you a dollar and as you get older you get that five dollars hanging around the club and get all the twenty dollars you hang around the club to everybody knows you in that circle at. It's not just one family. You know defied families other people get to know. That's what stunning. So they're supposed to Jimmy's grandson. And Oh that's Paul causing everybody you know. They travels around the street and get the doug now has really three sets of France at the guys. I grew up playing ball with because I consider myself an athlete Valley but by baseball's overboard CETERA. At separate set of friends had my gang. Friends was in itself separate than the sport guys and my gang friends. What built my rep up as streak streak and then it had the older guys wish this continue like I said a little boy would go to the club and see my cousins Jerry and Paulie and all the rest of the people and I would you know. It wasn't just walking. I was this kid who was like. I wouldn't WANNA eat.
John Alite, the Mob's Enforcer (Part 2)
"It was the early nineteen ninety s John. Alight found the kid outside a bowling alley on Rockaway Boulevard. Allegedly the kid whose name alight never learned had insulted. John Gotti junior wife Kim Albanesi which was enough to earn him. A death sentence. A light had thought murdering a twenty year. Old Kid was too extreme and completely unnecessary. A proper beating would have sent the right message but junior insisted so a light did as he was told for now outside the Bowling Alley Alliance. Roll down his car window and told the kid to get in when he refused a light told him he could either gets in the car himself or a light to shoot him and put him in. He complied a light. Brought the kid to a Stash House on one hundred and Fourth Street where he dragged him into. The basement sat him in a chair and tied him up with duct tape minutes. Later junior arrived with Jodie Albanesi. Jody was junior sister-in-law and the kids girlfriend junior turn. Jodi told her you see your boyfriend. He's going to die with the snap of a finger a light and another mob associate started taking turns beating the kid. Jody left. The room terrified. Finally Junior handed a light a gun and said kill him now. A light had to make a choice. Murder a twenty year old whose only crime had been running his mouth or defy Gotti Junior. The GAMBINO FAMILY CAPO. He'd been working with for years. Whichever choice he made. There would be no turning back.
Artist profile of Chance the Rapper
"The card is zero five chance the rapper chance the rapper was born in April nineteen ninety three in Chicago it's interesting music began early with his parents constantly playing music in their home from a young age in terms of west to east side to the major influence with his debut album in the first hip hop album chance ever listen to chance released his first mixtape in high school which got great reviews and eventually leads him appearing in a childish Gambino mixtape mentor his second mixtape in two thousand thirteen going to be downloaded over a million
Ariana Grande dropped a live concert album, 'k bye for now'
"Arianna Grande has delivered an early Christmas present with her new live album titled Kay bye for now which dropped early today all I didn't even know that'll be fun the album collects thirty two tracks of her recent world tour including renditions of it no tears left to cry and thank you next special guests include big Sean Nicki Minaj in childish Gambino Grande previously tease a live album opposing the tracklist on Instagram earlier this month although the actual release date was a
"gambino" Discussed on Kingpins
"By the early Nineteen Seventies Carlo. Gambino was at the height of his career. He was considered sitter to have more control of New York City than the mayor himself. Cool and calculating Carlo always seemed to stay ahead of his enemies both within law enforcement and in the underworld but as he was recovering from a heart attack his commitment to that careful control was tested. Abutting being opportunity forced him to reconsider one of his central career-long policies. When Carlo took the reins of his family he warned his members against selling drugs? It brought too much attention from law enforcement. So when acting genovese crime boss Tommy Ryan Approach Carlo to broker a multimillion in dollar drug deal. It seemed like an absurd ask. Did he really think that he could convince the boss of all bosses to change his mind about about selling drugs. Tommy needed four million dollars to take part in a deal with one of the biggest narcotics dealers in the US Lewis sedillo pillow. Tommy didn't have that amount of cash but Carlo Gambino did. We don't exactly know what Tommy said. Perhaps perhaps he took advantage of Carlos old age or his recent heart attack but whatever he did seem to work. Carlo agreed to front him the money Tommy promised assure return on Carlos Investment but before the prophets could come through the government arrested narcotics addicts dealer Louis Sedillo in the process. They confiscated the drugs and the money. Carlos cash was now in government custody when Carlo Approach Tommy about his missing for million dollars. The story goes Tommy's response was to literally turn his pockets. Inside died out indicating he was completely broke. This answer didn't satisfy Carlo on July sixteenth. Nineteen seventy you too at approximately one o'clock in the morning Tommy Ryan was leaving his girlfriend's apartment in Brooklyn when gunfire rang out. Tommy died on the spot. No one was ever arrested for his murder. Even with his fragile Health Carlos firm hand hand didn't waver but in the mafia world when a door to one problem closes another one inevitably opens opens in December nineteen seventy-two of vans started parking on Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn just outside Carlos residents the surveillance. Valence man was a combined effort of the FBI and the NYPD's Organized Crime Control Bureau. The mob squad had found a way to plant cameras. Russia's microphones and wiretaps inside Carlos. Home there twenty. Four hour surveillance recorded just about every corner of his house but even still the feds couldn't get anything useful. That's because Carlo used a combination of silent gestures and coded language edge when discussing his affairs on one occasion. They recorded an entire meeting. Were the only thing said was frog. Legs the arrest. The tape was empty. Clearly the surveillance van didn't make it past the boss of all bosses to thwart the feds even further further. He decided it was time to do a little restructuring. He named Jonny L. O.. Neil Della Croce and his cousin and brother in Law Paul Castellano. Oh as dual under bosses della Croce would handle the dirty work while Castellano would oversee white-collar crimes though Carlo maintained tamed. A strong hand over the whole operation. The move created more distance between him and his family's crimes in early nineteen seventy-three. The three Carlo learned that his twenty nine year old nephew. Manny had been kidnapped James Mc Granny the leader of the kidnapping crew had fallen fallen into debt with the Gambino family having successfully kidnapped and ransomed mafia captain a year before mcbrayer. He thought he could use the same tactic tactic. Again MC Brittany demanded three hundred fifty thousand dollars from Carlo. If he didn't pay up they would kill his nephew. Few Carlo claimed you only come up with forty thousand dollars bud. mcbrayer knee and his crew weren't willing to negotiate. Soon after Carlos was counteroffer Manny's empty car was found at the Newark Airport later. His dead body was found posed and buried in a sitting position in a dump up in New Jersey between the death of his nephew and his poor health. Carlo was starting to lose his grip. He became a recluse uncharacteristically terrifically boarding himself up in his Brooklyn House. He couldn't let his nephew's death go unpunished Carlo. Oh enlisted his underboss Neil della Croce and rising mobster John Gotti to deal out justice on May twenty second nineteen seventy-three Guardian a few other Gambino men shot and killed Mc Brittany while he was drinking at a Staten Island bar justice for Manny. Gambino's death F- was finally served as the seventies ruled on Carlos. Health continued to deteriorate while his primary residence was a modest modest house in Brooklyn he also kept a home in Massapequa on Long Island he began spending more time there as his health declined. The two story brick house surrounded by a low fence and marble statues on the front lawn set at the end of Kota sack overlooking the great south be. His bodyguard lived in the house next door. Carlo didn't seem to make his long island neighbors nervous. Actually some some said having the mafioso in the neighborhood made them feel safer. Not only did they have mobsters keeping the area secure but they also had the constant surveillance of police and federal agents keeping an eye on Carlo by nineteen seventy five the seventy-three-year-old Carlo knew do. He wasn't long for this world. It was time to name his successor. Paul Castellano was not only one of Carlos primary under bosses but he was also his brother in law and cousin. Castellano was the one who picked Carlo up from the dock when he landed in America decades before four as underboss Castellano handled the family's white collar crimes like union racketeering solid and toxic waste disposal and wire wire fraud. The other option was Neil Della Croce the CO underboss. Neil held the reins over the more hands on activities. He's like contract killing loansharking gambling. Extortion hijacking and robbery. This power structure proved effective and confusing for the FBI. They couldn't be sure who was the official next in command but neal was generally considered the expected heir apparent Carlo Carlo thought differently he ultimately selected Paul instead. The surprising choice spoke to his desire to keep the power in his own family family blood the following year the succession plan took effect Carlo. Gambino spent the evening of Thursday October Tober Fourteenth nineteen seventy six watching the New York Yankees game at his waterfront house. In Massapequa by the time the game ended the Yankees. He's had squeaked out a victory over the Kansas city royals. They were now on their way to the world series but Karla wouldn't be there to once them get swept by the Cincinnati reds the next day the boss of all bosses took his last breath at age seventy four. The lifelong mobster died of natural causes at his home. This was remarkable given the most of his. His peers ended their reign in exile in prison or in bloody executions when the feds learned about Carlos Death One prosecutor joked that his tombstone should read. See I told you I was sick. Carlos Funeral Mass was is an extremely elaborate affair. The ticket only funeral was held at the Church of Our Lady of grace and a quiet residential area Brooklyn sources say that the funeral was attended by at least two thousand people including politicians and judges plain clothes police officers and F. B. I.. Agents were were dotted in the crowd outside the church. It's not that they were necessarilly expecting trouble given the mafia's history of respecting funerals rather the FBI wanted to find out who is going to succeed Carlo. As head of the Gambino family at the time of the funeral the feds Ed's had no clue who was going to take over. This was their best chance to get a glimpse inside the hundred car. Motorcade a live from the church to the family's private room at Saint John's cemetery in Queens Carlos seven thousand dollars. Bronze coffin often was interred next to his wife. Catherine but the Gambino family story didn't end when Carlo was placed in the ground around as the new boss. Paul Castellano was a more corporate style leader. He continued to spearhead the crime syndicates. More white collar activities like embezzlement and construction schemes but his leadership approach. Put the mob on shaky ground. Neil Della Croce stayed on as Paul's alls underboss before his death. Carlo gave Neil the reins of all the Manhattan rackets under his control but despite the gift neal was thoroughly unhappy he felt he should have been named boss instead of Paul Meals loyalists toe the line. But only for so long. In Nineteen eighty-five Paul Castellano was assassinated. By Neal's protege and one of cast Alana's biggest critics John Gotti with Godley now at the head of the Gambino family. All eyes were on the once. Secretive organisation even forty years after his death. The Underworld Syndicate Carlo built up continues to bear his name. Carlos Conservative approach approach contributed to the family's financial success as well as his personal longevity. Carlos spent over fifty years embedded in the mob world through his fair and just rule. He became a legend so much so that he earned a title reserved for only select. Select few Capo. Did to copy boss of all bosses.
"gambino" Discussed on Kingpins
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We're just deaths or notorious names from Marilyn Monroe and Harry Houdini to Vincent Van Gogh and Al Capone will delve deeper into the extraordinary lives. Is that helped shape. Our world and explore the lasting effects their deaths had on our culture. These incredible stories are all brought to life by an ensemble cast asked of talented voice actors and most importantly these episodes are all free and only available on spotify follow the park cast limited series. He's famous fates on the on spotify now back to the story Known for being well. Mannered and Charitable Carlo. Gambino showed mercy to his longtime ally Joseph Bonanno even after he tried to assassinate him but his acts of benevolence didn't earn him any points from the police in September nineteen sixty six. The sixty four four-year-old Carlo was meeting with top Mafia leaders from New York and New Orleans at the Stella Restaurant in Queens for more than a year Carlos. Friend Tommy Hello. Casey had been hospitalized with poor health and it was time to discuss the distribution of his operations as the mob bosses aiden talked liked. The police raided the restaurant and broke up the meeting. No one was arrested this time but the pressure was on the next year. The government tried a different tactic to get Carlo off. The streets. Carlo had entered the United States illegally and in the decade since he had never become a citizen the feds issued a deportation order but it wasn't implemented. It's believed that Carlo bribed bribed two. US senators to keep his problem at bay even with immigration services knocking at his door. Carlo kept traveling around around the. US hobnobbing with all the big celebrities on August second nineteen sixty seven. He was seen at the desert in Las Vegas from the VIP Lounge. He watched a performance by Frank Sinatra. Sammy Davis Junior Dean Martin. I'm Peter Lawford and Joey bishop the singer celebrities known as the rat. Pack Carlo allegedly gave each of the performers. A ten thousand dollar dollar tip. He and his cousin. Paul Castellano even snapped a picture with Sinatra but nineteen sixty seven wasn't all celebration aberration that same summer Carlos friend and partner. Tommy Lucchese finally lost his battle with a brain tumor. He died at home in Long Island. Carlo arranged the funeral which was attended by over a thousand mourners including politicians judges police officers mobsters and hit men with original commission members. Tommy Lucchese and Joe Bonanno both Gone Carlo was fully propelled all to the title of Capo. Tutti Capi or boss of all bosses though the title had been scrapped years before Carlos assent resurrected the name and status. There was no higher honor than this but the title didn't come without its share of consequences quences the biggest of course being a larger target on his back for the federal government nailing down. The boss of all bosses would be career defining success for decades the FBI tried everything they could to get Carlo all to no avail but in March one thousand nine hundred seventy their efforts started to pay off the sixty eight year. Old Carlo was strolling down a Brooklyn Street when he was suddenly surrounded rounded by FBI agents NYPD. He was arrested and charged with masterminding scheme to steal. Several million in cash from an armored truck company in the Bronx Korla was indicted for the crime but due to lack of evidence the feds were forced to drop the case the FBI regrouped and later that year. They arrested Carlo again. This time for masterminding a burglary ring as had become custom mm-hmm when the agents showed up at his home Carlo treated them as his guests offering them coffee and dessert he figured it would all work out and he was right right once again. The evidence was slim and Carlo managed to walk free. What helped Carlo dodged? The law was his management style. He emphasized control and discretion mainly to avoid garnering the attention of the government even though the FBI knew about about Carlos work they were always a hairsbreadth away from finding enough evidence for a conviction but not everyone in the mafia took the same careful we approved in. The results proved violent by nineteen. Seventy Joe Colombo had been running his family for roughly eight years. There's ever since he'd helped uncover Bonano's assassination plot and in that time Colombo had managed to bring peace and stability to his Brooklyn based family. But we're Carlo. Preferred a low key approach Colombo felt very differently. He became well known outside of the mob world especially for his work in promoting civil rights for Italian Americans in the spring of Nineteen Seventy Colombo came to believe his son was being harassed by the FBI after the younger Colombo was arrested on conspiracy. Charges Colombo's response was to pick it it outside the FBI's Manhattan office. He very vocally criticized the media and the bureau railing against what he called a conspiracy Baresi against Italian people. Carlo didn't like this. One Colombo started planning his second annual Italian American unity rally in Nineteen seventy-one. The boss of all bosses advised him to stop drawing so much attention to himself. Colombo allegedly responded wanded by spitting in his face but Carlo had the final word in the matter. He silenced Colombo with three bullets during the very a unity rally. He'd arranged Colombo's survived the assassination attempt. But he was effectively out of commission. mm-hmm speculation runs high as to how involved Carlo was in the hit other theories pen rival. Gangs Crazy Joe. Gallo was the mastermind regardless regardless of. Who really was behind the shooting? Joe Colombo was no longer a problem for Carlo but the federal government was on Monday November. Remember I nineteen seventy-one Immigration and Naturalization Service agents served Carlo with a notification that he was being deported the US Supreme in court had finally upheld the order from several years earlier. I N S had actually tried to deport Carlo Multiple Times before this but their plans always fell through either because of Carlos political influence or because of conveniently timed health issues. Is that landed him in the hospital on top of that. Italy was reluctant to cooperate. They didn't want the notorious criminal in their country anymore within the US did but when the Italian government finally agreed to a travel authorization the boss of all bosses was served his notice he would would be sent back to Italy on Friday November fifth on the same day. The news was delivered. Carlos Attorney asked for a stay of the deportation order are once again contending. That Carlo was too sickly to travel likely story. They thought two days later Carlos lawyer tried again claiming he'd received a call from Carlos family that his client was in a bad way. Carlo had been rushed to Victory Memorial Hospital in Brooklyn and was on Oxygen Wiley Carlo had conveniently suffered a heart attack. Ns was incensed. They insisted assisted that the. US Public Health Service. Give him a complete physical exam of their own. The government was shocked. When cardiologists confirmed that Carlos heart incident incident was genuine? They determined that Carlo actually was unfit to travel as his lawyer. Doctor had asserted once again Carlo. Gambino was allowed to remain in the country and just in time to see his life story make its way to the Silver Screen Green on March Twenty Fourth Nineteen seventy-two Francis Ford Coppola's The godfather premiered and became immediate classic based on the best selling book by Mario Puzo. The Godfather told the story of a Mafia bosses son who is suddenly certainly thrown into the crime world. He wants swore off the Titular Godfather. Don Vito Corleone was inspired by several different real l. mob bosses and Carlo. Gambino was among them like Carlo. corleones was from Sicily and emigrated to the United States alone own as a young man. CORLEONES was also notable for being quiet taking a non flashy approach and emphasizing respect. Few works have influenced pop. Culture's perception of the Mafia more than the Godfather and Carlos early history known only to those was closest to him was now suddenly at the center of a cultural phenomenon. But is the movie made waves around the world. Carlos lows health continued to fluctuate in the spring of Nineteen seventy-two he was rushed to Columbus Hospital in Manhattan after another massive heart attack during his recovery. Carlo was approached by acting Genovese family boss Tommy Ryan Abeille with a supposedly. You can't Miss Opportunity. According to Tommy they were about to come into a windfall of cash. But to take up Tommy's proposal Carlo would have to rethink one of his firmest rules..
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"Carlo Gambino started his mafia life as a teenager while still in his homeland Sicily. His mother introduced him to the underworld any thrived and carrying out. Kill orders with changes in the Italian government. Carlo turned his sights to the United States and stowed away on a freighter readership once in New York Carlo connected with his mother's side of the family which was already firmly entrenched in the mob in the coming coming decades Carlo endured a tangled web of mob. Wars Howard grabs silent betrayals and incarceration by nineteen. I'm fifty seven the soft-spoken mobster had ascended to the top of a crime. Family bearing his own name known for his courtly manner inconspicuous dress and Hawk like nose. Carlos soon became one of the most powerful mafia bosses in America. The gambino family's as operations included gambling loansharking extortion hijacking contract killing and labor racketeering Carlo had managed to build build an empire while staying outside of the general public's eye though he was based in Brooklyn Carlos controls stretched across across the country. Miami Boston Chicago. Las Vegas San Francisco and Los Angeles in no time at all. He was named chairman. Some of the Mafia commission the brainchild of Lucky Luciano. The commission was the governing body of all the families in the American Mafia. They came together to handle conflicts. Decide who could and who couldn't join and who deserved to be murdered and beginning in nineteen. Eighteen fifty nine Carlo was running the show. Carlos was popular among the commission and he was also popular in the streets of little Italy bringing his almost permanent enigmatic grin with him the mob boss was known for Holding Court in the Manhattan neighborhood greeting people and bestowing doing favors as he saw fit while most other mob bosses barricaded themselves in their mansions protected by armed bodyguards and fences Carlo. Hello walked the streets with impunity. He could be seen stopping to talk with old friends while he bought vegetables and fruits from street vendors and Italian meats cinches from his favorite shops by the early nineteen sixties. Carlo held tremendous influence over labor unions including the International Longshoremen's Norman Union. The aisle you accounted for more than ninety percent of all New York City dock employee's by controlling the cities Ports Carlo. Hello ruled over. The main entry point for imports into the United States in nineteen sixty to the the sixty year old Carlo married off his eldest son Thomas to Francis Lucchessi the daughter of Tommy. Three Finger Brown Lucchessi who headed his own crime family Tommy. Carlo had become partners and friends and uniting their biological families connected their crime families to will more than one thousand people attended the wedding ceremony. It's rumored that Carlo gave Tommy. Welcome gift of thirty thousand dollars. Here's to repay his gift. Tommy Cut Carlo into his airport rackets. Don Carlo could now expand his operations at New York. International Airport now JFK. We're Tom held the reins over all the unions management and security their alliance strengthen Carlos already high power position them. The business savvy. Carlo knew that his illegal income would draw the attention of the government so he also laundered millions of dollars through legal businesses like pizza parlors furniture retail olive and cheese importers supermarkets bakeries and restaurants. But even his best efforts couldn't stop the government from prying into his affairs for years the FBI EH buried its head in the sand about the existence of organized crime in the United States. Most government officials refused to believe there was a mafia presence in the country. Not at all however after the arrests of over sixty mobsters at the nineteen fifty seven Appalachian Meeting J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI couldn't ignore the threat. The Mafia posed to national security despite uncovering who Karla was and what he did for a living getting getting to him was proving impossible. Attorney General Robert. F Kennedy began to ramp up the Justice Department's efforts to bring down organized crime but he was getting little traction one of the biggest obstacles they faced. No one was willing to talk one of the key. Principles in the Mafia via was silence Omerta for decades. The code of silence was kept tightly but that all changed in September nineteen sixty eighty three. When Joseph volonte became the first mafia informant blotchy was a member of the genovese crime family? Emily facing the death penalty for murder. He committed while in prison for narcotics violation hoping to plead his way out of a death. Sentence the lachey agreed to talk. Robert F Kennedy had finally found his way in in exchange for life in prison. Joseph agreed to to give up everything he knew. About the Mafia's activities in front of Congress and the entire country BA- LACI broke Omerta and the bulged some of the most intimate secrets of the mafia world among the details he testified to was Carlo Gambino involvement instilling ration stamps during World War. Two that racket alone had yielded Carlo over a million dollars over seventeen million one dollars today but despite the LACI is damning testimony. The government wasn't able to get anything to stick against Carlo. All the publicity city only forced him to become more secretive which also men passing up a great business opportunity. Drugs had become a major cash. Grab for the Mafia Carlo knew that heroin and cocaine sales were highly lucrative but he also saw how severe the penalties were for selling narcotics in the wake of Lachey. Carlo knew any of his family members might flip if they were arrested on a drug charge. He he double down on the Gambino family policy deal and die. Anyone caught selling drugs as the ultimate punishment. No exceptions Carlo ruled his mob with an iron fist as their ranks grew he needed to keep the reins tight the Gambino so family had grown to somewhere between five hundred and one thousand members and with all that manpower they were raking in somewhere around five hundred million Leeann dollars a year but well Carlo and his family reaped the rewards there were other members in the commission who saw his ever-growing power as is a threat. Joseph Joe Bananas Bonanno Head of the Banana Crime family was one of them. Bonano was one of the original members of the commission but over the years he'd grown weary with Carlos meteoric rise feeling threatened but nano decided to turn to to the go-to Mafia approach to deal with his Carlo problem. Assassination in nineteen sixty. Three Bananas has to plan to Murder Carlo. Hello and for good. Measure his good friend. Tommy Lucchessi to he was able to convince another boss. Joseph Molly Yoko to go along with the plot the two of them enlisted Joe Colombo a captain in the provider crime family to carry out. The hits like Colombo quickly realized the plot would be more trouble than it was worth instead of getting dragged into the harebrained assassination Colombo ran right to Carlo. Hello and warned him. What was going on the would be killers? Were called before the Commission to face judgment. The commission realized is that Molly Oko was only following bananas lead so he was let off with a fifty thousand dollar fine but he was also forced to retire as the head of his crime family one month later. Mel Yoko died from complications due to his high blood pressure. Carlo named Joe Colombo Oh as me. Yoko successor over award for his loyalty however things were a little more complicated with pushing nano out after after the plot was uncovered but nano went into hiding when he re serviced. He refused to give up his position as boss. The commission decided they were going to have to take action. Initially Carlo gave the kill order. What he took pity on Bonano? An old friend who had view allies left Carlo decided to give him one last chance to retire alive. But bonano didn't comply in fact. Even after the order came down. He kept trying to expand his racquet into other cities. A representative of the commission said Bonano took up too too much space in the air a Sicilian proverb that spoke to bananas arrogance to straighten that out in October. Nineteen sixty four. The commissions nations sent a pair of buffalo gangsters to kidnap him banana was held captive in upstate. New York and he wasn't released until Carlo was sure you're he learned his lesson and would finally retire in peace but they may have been a little too trusting. As soon as banana was released east. He sent out a message to his enemies that for every one of his men that were killed by the commission's families he would retaliate by hitting one of their leaders. This forced Carlo and the commission to really up their demand that bonano retire either. Dead or alive alive. Bananas remaining view beleaguered followers were inspired by his stubborn defiance. But that sense of pride was suddenly dashed win. Bananas suffered a heart attack. The Hill setback forced him to take the offer to retire. He moved to Tucson Arizona leaving his broken in crime family behind. Carlos stood victorious and gained even more respect from the commission. His handling of the Bonano's no no situation gave him the reputation of being merciful but the federal government looked at him differently. They saw Carlo was a threat to national security and it was time to finally with that threat down coming up. Carlo faces local and federal.
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"Welcome to kingpins apar- cast original. I'm Kate Leonard and I'm how hard it every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin pin or pin rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime. Bosses will explore how money money and power changed them and how it changed the community around them. You can find episodes of kingpins and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type kingpins in the search bar at Park. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook Luke and Instagram at podcast and twitter at Parkas network. And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help us? This is our second episode on Carlo. Gambino boss of one of the most recognizable mafia organizations in the country last week we explored his rise from his mob filled childhood and Sicily to become a world renowned crying leader in Brooklyn New York. This week we'll take a look at the setbacks that ended Carlos Rain over the Gambino Crime.
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Now back to the story even before arriving in New York in nineteen twenty one Carlo Gambino was already highly involved in mafia life working as a contract killer back in Sicily recognizable by his beak like nose and Puckish Grin. The unassuming gangster instilled fear even during his early days in the mob and once he was stateside ride Carlo quickly moved up the ranks by one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. When Carla was twenty seven years old the tension between his his crew leader Joe the boss Ria and the recently arrived Salvatore? Martin Zano reached a fevered peak. This ushered in what was known because the Castelo War Joe The boss enlisted some of the top mafia men on his crew including Carlos Friends Luchino Albert Anesthesia. And Vito genovese well connected Jewish gangsters Meyer Lansky and Bugsy Siegel. We'll also sided with him. Joe The boss didn't really like doing business with non Sicilians so his patience was thin with the men from mainland Italy. Like lucky and veto these younger men bided their time in the host. Joe The boss and Marin Zano just knock each other off whence they did the new blood could take control. The war raged on for nearly four years with constant assassinations and violence. Dozens dozens of mobsters were left dead on the New York City streets. The ones who survived or constantly looking over their shoulders afraid they would be next Ext.. The prolonged war also cut into profits on both sides of the fight this allow Jewish and Irish crime bosses to get footholds and industries. The Italian in March group said once firmly controlled the razor-sharp criminals savvy. Carlo saw an opportunity to end this war before it undercut any more of their enterprises sensing that he was on the losing side of the battle he approached their rival Salvatore. Marin Zano in secret Carlo offered to jump tomorrow John Aside and the Sicilian boss readily welcomed a fellow monster from Palermo. When Carlo flipped flipped he brought Lucky Albert anesthesia and several other friends with them but Marin Zano set the price for their admission if the men wanted into work with him they would have to do away with Joe the boss once and for all on April Fifteenth Nineteen Eighteen Thirty One lucky lured joe the boss to an Italian restaurant in Coney Island Brookland after they were seated? Lucky excused himself to the restroom. That's when anesthesia and a band of killers burst through the restaurants front door. They pumped bullets into Joe. The boss leaving him dead Carlo and crew brought a violent end to the four years of the Castel as a war immediately. The actor Joe the boss's assassination Marin Zano called a meeting of all the top mafiosos in New York City reportedly over five hundred men gathered in a warehouse in the Bronx. Maranzano told the mobsters to leave behind whatever happened in the past. There would be no more hatred tread between their factions. It was time to forgive and forget Salvatori carved out five distinct families each with a boss and under boss. The boss served as the head of the enterprise while the UNDERBOSS was his second in command often serving as a counselor or advisor under these top two men each family would have captains who would serve as middle management over the rest of the men called soldiers the five bosses Marin Zano named were lucky Luchino. Tommy Lucozzi Joe Bonanno Joe Prophecy. And Vincent Mangano Gano Albert Anesthesia was designated as Mangano underboss and the twenty nine year old Carlo. Gambino was named a captain in in the same family and of course Marne Zano declared himself boss of all bosses the overseer of all five families. Emily's the younger mobsters went along with Marzano's plans but they didn't so much like his self proclaimed position so just five months after that meeting. Lucky Luciano hired four killers to bulldoze their way into mearns on his office and shoot shoot him. Dead Lucky called the bosses of the other four families to tell them Salvatore had been eliminated and with him went the title of boss of all bosses instead they'd be ruled by a nationwide collective called the commission. Lucky we saw the commission as a way to stem conflicts and avoid another castle Moore as a war. The Mafia would be controlled by a council of the leaders from all all five families. Instead of relying on violence they could resolve their disputes through diplomacy and discussion. The ever business like Carlo are low. Gambino thrived in this reborn Mafia. He became a top earner in the Mangano family and in the mob world with with money comes Prestige Carlos. Main areas of interest were loansharking illegal gambling and collecting acting protection money from area merchants when the volts did act was repealed in nineteen thirty three Carlos on another opportunity to fill his pockets goods by cashing in on the now legal booze industry in the last days of prohibition Carlos scooped up as many illegal liquor stills bills as he could get his hands on from New York all the way to Maryland when prohibition ended the price of alcohol skyrocketed and Carlo owned the largest illegal liquor distribution system on the east coast. Of course he was still producing his alcohol under the table and not paying taxes so Carlo could easily undercut prices set by legal distributors. The gangster made himself in the Mangano Crime family a fortune by the mid nineteen thirties and part of Carlos proceeds went to evading the law. He was arrested several times in Nineteen nineteen thirty seven and nineteen thirty eight but was always able to pay his way out but in nineteen thirty nine his luck finally ran out on May twenty third nineteen thirty nine. Carlo was convicted for conspiracy to defraud the United States liquor taxes. The thirty six year old was in order to pay a fine of two thousand five hundred dollars and sentenced to twenty two months in a Pennsylvania prison. When Carlo walked free again he went right back back to crime turning his attention to government issued ration stamps as the United States anticipated entering World War Two the government began issuing ration stamps in August nineteen forty one without these stamps? You couldn't buy limited resources like sugar meat and gas ask and some big spenders would pay through the nose to get more than their fair share. Carlo learned that the ration stamps stamps were being held involves on an upper floor of the office of Price Administration. It would take his best safe crackers and second-story men but Carlo Gambino was going to get his hands on them. Coming up. Carlo breaks into a government vault and into a new criminal industry. Now back to the story the softspoken but ruthless Carlo. Gambino had his hands in a variety of mob operations ranging from liquor distribution bution to gambling to robbery after serving time for tax evasion in nineteen thirty seven. Carlo kept a low profile while still title ramping up his criminal activities. When Carlo found out that ration stamps were being kept in vaults at the office of price administration he has to plot up to steal them? He put together a team of expert burglars and they hatched a plan to break in through the upper floor windows crack the safe and grab the stamps before anyone noticed they were there. The elaborate scheme was successful is guys walked away with hundreds two thousand of ration stamps. Carlo then turned around and sold the stamps on the black market at bargain prices. After that robbery the government started hiding the ration stamps in banks to better protect them from another break in but Carlo figured out a way to work around this hurdle it was insultingly easy actually. He just bribed officials at the office of Price Administration into giving him the stamps in the end he still still came out with a prophet this racket combined with his other illegal operations made Carlo in the Mangano family. Millions but easy living never last long in the Mafia World Carlos.
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"Their mid fifties so he he wasn't going to rise to boss through natural succession if he wanted Albert out of the way he'd have to polish off the pistols rather than get his own hands. Dirty Carlo enlisted another mobster Joe the Blonde Biondo and gave him the kill order in. Turn Joe Joe. The blonde enlisted his own associates to carry out the job on the morning of October. Twenty Fifth Nineteen fifty seven. Albert was at the Grosso barbershop in midtown. Manhattan's Park Sheraton Hotel as he spoke to the barber. Two gunmen with scarves over their Faces rushed into the shop. One of them shoved the barber out of the way. Then they opened fire. Albert hurled himself from the chair breaking the foot rest along the way shots flew wildly around the barbershop until one caught Albert in the head is white dress shirt was left wrinkled and blotted with blood. He folded lifeless to the floor. Landing in a fetal position. Law Enforcement has yet yet to officially solve the crime but it was just a few weeks until Carlo was officially the top boss of the newly renamed Gambino family away becoming the head of one of the most renowned. Mom Families in the world wasn't a dream during Carlos early days. He was born in Nineteen one thousand nine hundred to two Tomas O.. Gambino in Felicia Castellano. They lived in Palermo. The capital of Sicily by the the early twentieth century this island off the coast of mainland Italy had a strong mafia presence. The mafioso was so powerful that even within officers of the law and military were afraid of the area. Carlo joined the underworld at a young age through a family connection his mother. Felisa Lisa belong to a mob family while Karla was barely a teen. She used her influence to introduce him to a Mafia group called the men of respect. No he was slight of build and only five foot seven Carlo in breast his bosses with his intellect calm nature and ability to take on difficult tasks like murder in nineteen twenty one. He was rewarded with an induction into the honored. Society which is often described as a highly disorganized European mafia still only nineteen years old Carlos started carrying out. Oh killer for the mob syndicate the year nineteen twenty one not only marked changing Carlos life but for the rest of Italy. The Italian talion King Victor Emmanuel Third Lost Power as the Fascist party claimed greater control. The party's initial rise saw Benito Mussolini Cellini take a seat in the newly elected parliament. The changing landscape pointed Carlos is to the United States for better opportunities. He wouldn't be going it alone the US his mother's brother Giuseppe Castellano. It already started to build a life in New York City so in the latter part of Nineteen Twenty one carlos stowed away on the SS Vincenzo. Florio it took a month to travel the nearly four thousand nine hundred miles from Sicily to the United States. He lived on nothing but anchovies. And wine. The whole trip the only foods being hauled hauled by the cargo boat. Carlo was the ship's only passenger the boat docked in Virginia on December Twenty Third Nineteen twenty one and Carlo illegally entered the country. He walked down the gangplank in his Nettie three piece suit and Black Fedora. His first cousin. Paul Castellano Solano met him. Shortly after he disembarked they quickly headed north to New York City. Carlos stayed in his cousins apartment on Navy Street in Brooklyn near the waterfront. The family quickly put Carlo to work at a trucking company. Paul owned but that was just petty. Cash Ashish not the fortune. He crossed the ocean to find so Carlo reconnected. With a friend from Sicily Tommy Lucchessi. Who helped him? SEGUE segue into the bootlegging business two years before Carl landed on. US soil the Vol- stead act was voted in by Congress. The law banned the manufacture sale or transport of liquor and unintentionally ushered in a violent black market of illegal alcohol. Carlo also helped his cousins the Castellanos with their own illegal liquor operations the Castellanos were affiliated with the Dick Willa Crime family and with an introduction from his relatives Carlo was officially brought into the organization at the young age of nineteen. Jean Carlo had become a made man in the mafia around the same time. Tommy Connected Carlo to the Italian and Jewish gang uncalled the young Turks. The organization included notable crime lords in the making such as Albert Anesthesia. Vito genovese lucky Luciano. Gano and Meyer Lansky pretty soon. Carlo was running liquor for this gang to then in nineteen twenty eight rival aval gangster Joseph. Joe The boss Mazorra gunned down the head of the Deq Willa crime family and absorbed the crew into his own one including the young Carlo. Gambino Joe the boss was the most powerful mafioso in the US at the time and Carlo. Oh was suddenly a key member of his team. Each of these crews were highly involved in robbery. Illegal gambling and bootlegging between between all of them. Carlo always found a way to make money through crime and all that bootleg liquor came in handy on December Fifth Nineteen eighteen twenty six. When Carlo Age twenty four wedded Catherine Cast Delano? The couple was married in Brooklyn the part of New York City where they made their home. If the in Castellano sounds familiar. It's because it's Carlos Mother's maiden name Katherine was Carlos First Cousin at the time it was common practice in Italy and though taboo is still technically legal in New York state today. Meanwhile back in their home home-country Benito Mussolini was continuing in his rise to power and when he became dictator in nineteen twenty two Mussalini began and chasing the mafia out of the country like Carlo. They landed in the United States. The influx of gangsters from Italy led to a new better organized Mafia stateside. One member of this exodus was Salvatori. Marin Zano who was second in command to one of the most powerful Mafia crews in Sicily when Marzano landed in New York he inserted himself into the city's extortion and illegal gambling operations. He figured that since he was coming from the powerful Sicilian Mafia. He was far superior to the knockoff gangsters. In this country. It was only natural troll that he should run things in the United States Joe. The boss disagreed. The clash between the two mobsters sparked one of the largest gang land wars in history. It left scores of bodies flooding. The streets of New York City and Carlo was right right in the middle of it. Coming up. Carlo gets thrown into the line of fire. Don't miss this falls true crime must-listen call me. God God the untold story of the DC sniper investigation from the leading true crime investigative team. That brought You New York Times Bestseller Evil has has a name comes this new riveting probe into the manhunt for the elusive. DC snipers here the never before told story of the chilling filling and volatile investigation. That led to the killer's capture and ended an unprecedented twenty three day reign of terror that paralyzed the DC. The area and gripped the nation told firsthand by those essential to solving the case and including a brilliant deep dive into the behavior view role ballistic forensic and electronic analysis it required follow. FBI agent brothers. Jim and Tim Clementi as they lead listeners. Through the tangled path of discovery an evidence gathering only a select few had the vision to see. Call Me God the the untold story of the DC sniper investigation. How do you stop what you can't see? Listen free with a thirty day trial just go to audible able dot com slash untold.
Elton John calls new Lion King 'a huge disappointment': 'They messed the music up'
"To learn in an interview with G. Q. U. K. Elton John criticize Disney's remake of the lying king second the film's music as a quote huge disappointment John said the new version of The Lion King was a huge disappointment to me because I believe they messed the music up music was so much a part of the original and the music in the current film that didn't have the same impact John also highlighted the sound track commercial performance arguing that the franchise is original music debut to a much stronger reception in nineteen ninety four well if you know he's just a Mister crabby Pam that's a bummer I haven't seen the movie but I really want to and and you know all the day beyond sees what he called in the beehive the bay hi they are not happy with Elton John just because she did you know some of the music for the lions sure and so did a childish Gambino wearing for too long he's just real tired yeah lance crappy
Recreational marijuana drives down synthetic opioid deaths by a THIRD, study claims
"Let's talk about the issue that has worked to get the some Democrats and Republicans across this country and it is the legalization first of medical marijuana and then in some states it actually propelled itself to the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana through initiative and referendum and man the effect that it's having a pretty amazing there is new research out that says recreational we'd use could lead to a twenty to thirty five percent down turn in the number of opioid deaths that's it that's incredible I could see that twenty to thirty five percent I could see that because remember I had the personal experience two times in my life of having to use pain killers to ward off to us I mean numbing pain they just wouldn't leave it so after I got shot with the five hollowpoint bullets on the orders of the gadis to the Gambino said the back in that cabin June in nineteen ninety two I was on morphine for quite some time without that it just would have been unbearable unbearable and yet you because you could dispense the morphine into yourself you had a little quicker next you head to bed you a basically kept pumping a pump in it a you can like a vegetable you weren't interested in anything you know how I love to follow the news and sports I was interested in what is going on in the world long was this on and off for about two years while because I went in for two different operations of first one had no choice at save my life but then I had to have reverse a reversal operation you know to get rid of the colostomy bag and some of the other procedures that they took and I got to tell you what that is that was worse than the first operation because you knew you were going to get it and it was painful so I had a deal with the morphine effect and then weaning myself off the morphine but worst was when I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease have to having colitis and Ely ideas the pain was just nonstop day in day out they had me on oxy code own hillbilly heroin then they had me on morphine then they had me on fentanyl fentanyl ten times stronger than morphine himself and I must tell you that it wasn't until I was able to qualify for medical marijuana that I found something that not only I was able to deal with my knowledge of my reflux it had a calming effect and more importantly it did eventually deal with the pain yeah and you're not the only person obviously who says this which is why there have been there's really been a change I mean even even judge Jeanine Pirro is now involved in the medical marijuana world I think she's on she's on some advisory board yeah so I mean this is a you know it's it's becoming a lot more prevalent in today's society and for people like you I mean you were able to wean yourself off of the other stuff and get on the medical then general one was in the city it I mean I goals who cold Turkey sometimes and I was just like old man your body is just cycle wracked in pain you keep feeding yourself because a lot of the times issue prescription says take two a day one in the morning one in night but you start self medicate yeah and you do get you fork and it does feel great and then you want to feel like that all the time and then it's like pain in place well the pain is enormous and then all of a sudden you have this plagiarized effect but that goes away quickly you need more and you're talking about you're talking about medical legalize medical marijuana so these opioid they did this study the university of Massachusetts in it they analyzed opioid overdose deaths and the number of deaths fell in states where they had the legalize medical or recreational marijuana the effects were great as listen to this one where when recreational marijuana access gave more people access to dispensaries so the more dispensaries the higher the chances are you will not have it's like when you half your hunt for a seven eleven the more seven elevens the more times you can get your fix this for picture right the less seven elevens and all of a sudden you have the junk no I make a lot of sense if you have these legal outlets where they sell the recreational use of marijuana which means is quality control the state and the local community to making some money on the taxes and you taking it either the hands of the black market that makes all the sense in the world now where are most of the dispensers I mean I know for instance in California you can get them there in Venice Venice is a kind of a it's a highfalutin California California is way ahead of us in making it not only easy to access but invisible locations still in New York state out of sight out of mind in New Jersey it's getting better on the Murphy but a lot of its out of sight out of mind it's gonna be a lob rate the way any other business would be a lot right but don't aren't there more of these legal dispensaries and sort of the rougher neighborhoods predominantly the USA would like that because remember a lot of towns villages him borough say okay we're not opposed to legalization of the recreational use of marijuana just not on our town yeah exactly so the poorer communities say okay we'll house that is long as we get a bigger cut of the tax dollars so that's I guess I mean I guess that's a good thing because a they'll get the cut but H. B. they'll also have all of these medical of all these dispensary it like for instance dad over good access Denver's best known because you can go on the main drag Colfax and the state capital is right here the cathedral is right they have lots of commerce lots of activity and you see these marijuana shops but then you'll see it also in some industrialized areas where wow it's not globally around other than factories and wooden you know pallets in a waiting for trucks to come pick it up and they seem to do well and to me it's sort of like if we can help get people off of the opioid switch to solve problems such as some people to shake at such a killer
Recycling And The Mob
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow. Oh online learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact so in nineteen eighty-seven something convinced convinced many U.. S. cities to pick up recyclable items from residents homes Sarah Gonzales with our planet money podcast reports it started with a garbage barge and the mob mob yeah we kinda over cycling to the Mafia like the Gambino's John Guidi yeah that Mafia and and it starts with this guy in Mobile Alabama low Harrelson H. A. R. R. E. L. S. O. N.. Super Proud of his age eighty five live. Can you believe that still running onto cylinders not a mafia guy just a regular guy you call them farmer of you like this. I grew up. They were sharecroppers. I grew corn cotton potatoes. All kinds of vegetables typical of Alabama grew up in a home The days then in the nineteen eighties Harrelson learns this thing that he hates trash has a hidden use the methane garbage emits can be turned into electricity so Harrelson Allston decides he's going to collect a bunch of garbage in North Carolina and turn it into energy but he would need a lot of garbage and at the time if you were interested interested in garbage. New York was the place but it was controlled by the mob. Oh yes now. That's a story that will take a lot more time than we have today. Those cartel control the flow of garbage and has yet deal with specifically. You had to deal with a guy named <music> Salvatore Avellino Sal a Mambas with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring inspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found him. Hello Hi this Salvatori. Yes he's auditory. My Name is Sarah and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I want to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest which I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea hi dear what I was way ahead of my time and do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about yes okay yes. He minds Salvatore Avellino guys picked. picked up garbage and Lowell Harrelson wanted to buy it. There was a ride in a stretch Cadillac Limos. That was a little scary but that was it. Harrelson was in business with the Mafia. He's a nice guy. I like how they rent. A barge called the Mo bro four thousand and he tugboat to tug the barge and on March twenty second nineteen eighty seven three thousand one hundred and eighty six tons of New York garbage set sail steered by Captain Duffy saint-pierre a few saint-pierre one of the best in business people start noticing the barge moving down the coast like what is that thing they think there must be some mobster toxic big waste hidden on the barge and a court order blocks it from unloading in North Carolina the get out and get away from this crowd the barges tied to a Cyprus tree the and the Mississippi River Waiting Mississippi didn't want it Florida Alabama Louisiana all say do not bring it here the barges on the nightly news like who will say no tomorrow the most watched load of garbage in the memory of man. It's become something of a national joke still loaded with tons of garbage still unwanted so the buyer just bobbing in the water two months four months baking in the sun poor captain. Duffy saint-pierre can't dock anywhere to take a shower even and there are all these stats coming out at the time that showed. Food town dumps were closing so people that they filled them all up. There was nowhere for this garbage to go. We've run out of places to throw away our throwaways always where we feel. We weren't full. This is Thomas Kinman in environmental economist at Bucknell University. He's as town dumps were closing but bigger. Regional landfills were taking their place but people didn't see that and so the recycling Arrow was born. That's why we recycled to this day. Who knows where we'd be without that barge? After five months a judge ordered Lowell Harrelson's garbage to go back to where it came from New York to be burned what a legacy <hes> forever will be known as that dummy who sailed the garbage barge. You are basically the reason why we recycle yeah. It has an impact on my tombstone. I would like them to say this. Oh boy did his damnedest okay and lead there so we recycle now in part because of a misconception that the U._S. was running out of landfill space. Sarah Gonzales N._p._R..
Man who killed mob boss allegedly thought he was helping Trump
"A twenty four year old man has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year at the time people could not figure out why he did this okay this one is the alleged leader of the Gambino crime family gone down in his driveway at his house Francesco Callie was his name he was the alleged leader the Gambino crime family gunned down outside his home in March a twenty four year old man who has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year thought he was under the influence of Q. one on a pro trump internet posting our procumbent postings about the president's supposedly battling a curveball of liberal elites his lawyer wrote in a recent submission to New York state court Anthony Carmelo come mellow has been charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Francesco Kelly in a new court filing call mellows attorney argues he became so engrossed with unsupported queue and on theories that on the night of Kelly's death he was acting under a delusion which included that democratic politicians celebrities and people associated with organized crime a part of the deep state according to come ellos lawyer he wrote that his client believed he was on a mission to save the American way of life when he shot and killed the Gambino crime boss beginning with the election of president trump in November twenty sixteen Anthony Camillus family began to notice changes in his personality attorney Robert Gottlieb broke Mister Carmelo's support for Q. and nine went beyond mere participation in a radical political organization it evolved into a delusional obsession how are the queue an hour's gonna take this because we've had John loves to talk to the queue and on people when they call you get stuck I was gonna say they've they've they've never seemed Miley I've never thought they were via no no not at all stream gate I always kind of felt like there was an undercurrent of of of trouble there was another thing that because you're too because if if if you go to a restaurant where the pizza place is and there's no basement and you've been saying there's a base where they have these were children hostage yeah that's like the no basement thing is a problem no it's like the WMDs reports that's what happened so when Camilo arrived Callie some Callie is the mob boss reputed mob I Callie's home according to the filing the plan was to stage a citizen's arrest of Callie and not shoot him after a heated exchange Callie Kamala says the mob boss made a furtive action with his hand which made Camilo afraid for his life he then reached into his pickup truck grabbed a gun and fired a Kelly killing him because of his self perceived status in Q. and nine Mister Camilo became certain he was enjoying the protection of president trump himself and that he had the president's full support yeah the details contained in a filing apart a Camillus planned quote mental disease or defect defense now once upon a time managing Gigante to this exact same act he did the exact same act acting crazy he shot Frank Costello in the head eating Callum the bullet ricocheted off his of his skull she acted for thirty five forty years like a crazy for he would walk around pee in the street all kinds of they they called in the Daffy dot anyway all time is running late in the eighties result of crimes the details are contained in a filing news of Kelly's death ignited the speculation about a possible restart of dole's among New York mafia families the New York Daily News reported after Kelly's death that investigators initially suspected an underling of Callie or someone would have before them but neither theory turned out to be true what really happened according to compel as lawyer was even stranger the suspected murderer carried out his violent act as a way of fighting against the deep state to quote expose the entire conspiracy and ensure that every criminal is brought to justice at a court hearing shortly after his arrest Camilo held up his palms what do you think you had on his palms John Matt got the letter Q. all we
A Mob Boss, A Garbage Boat and Why We Recycle
"I started working on the story about recycling. I did not expect a lost ship and the mob well. I can tell you a story that is actually quite interesting about the origination of recycling. This is Thomas Kinman. He's a professor of Economics Hammocks at Bucknell University to be able to understand why Americans embrace recycling you have to understand the story of the garbage barge or the garbage ship called the Mogo the Mo Bro Yeah the Mogo M. O.. B. R. Owes how this story yeah. The problem is the problem is is this guy was allegedly part of the Mafia. So I'm getting mad at me still alive you can google it. He is still alive and yeah we kind of recycling to the mafia to the so called five families in New York who made up the Italian American mafia you know the Gambino's John Guidi that Mafia specifically we over cycling to a guy named Salvatore Avellino sal a chauffeur and Mabaso Baba's with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found sal okay name. I'm going to call a real actual mob boss. How that's how high this Salvatori? He's Hey Salvatori. My Name is Sarah I am doing. I work for an economic show and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge <hes>. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I wanted to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest. I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea but I was way ahead of my time but <hes> I don't WanNa really going to it. Okay okay. I'm sorry okay. Do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about it. Oh yes okay yes. He minds okay. Okay okay. Thank you so much. Salvatori bye-bye okay decades ago sal had a business partner a guy named Lowell Harrelson of Mobile Alabama not a Mafia guy just a regular guy. I'm so glad that I got in touch with you. Lull Well Nice to meet new folks. You know so. I'm happy you did too. I wish you'd feel another subject also does not want to tell me the story rather just go away. You know frankly yeah I sent her. I never had to mention it again. I mean okay <hes>. Would you be open to just chatting with me like five minutes. I'm not fond of this. I can assure you nonetheless. You sound like a nice lady. They didn't if you ever be you you give me a call and we'll meet up. <hes> is a cup of coffee well then. I think I'M GONNA plan a trip to mobile very good. You let me know when you plan to arrive. I would even pick you up. Okay Okay Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Sarah Gonzalez today on the show the greatest shame and secret of all Harrelson's life that changed garbage in the U._S. forever. It's part one of two shows and the first story involves the Mafia a talking
Fire breaks out at the Coachella music festival
"Fire and Coachella. I'm about at a live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. The tell him music festival had just finished night. One. One of fire broke out the fire. Started early this morning at the festival in Indio. Fire. Crews say the fire was at a mobile shower unit at the empire polo club. One trailer was damaged a second. One was totally destroyed. Last night was the first night of cello with childish Gambino as
Coachella 2019 is This Weekend
"Coachella music festival is also this weekend. It's an annual arts festival. I'm sorry. I annual music and arts festival held at the empire polo club in Indio, someone of the largest music festivals. The United States approximately two hundred and fifty thousand people are expected to attend a two day festival, and you can see a diverse line of this year. If you're willing to pay including Arianna Guerande, childish Gambino Casey must graves and weezer passes for the festival costs anywhere from four hundred twenty nine dollars for general admission up to nine hundred ninety nine for VIP access. Ow. That's not cheap. That's not cheap at all. Yeah. I wonder if you add it up all of the ticket costs though to see all those individually. You probably save money right in the end that's validate. It say you're at Coachella and put it up on all your soul because everyone you know, where to go pick special outfits. You got to build your Instagram following. So you can be an influence or that's job. Now. It's a real job is a real. Okay.
Suspect in mob boss killing flashes pro-Trump slogans on hand
"And the man charged with killing the reputed boss of the Gambino crime family wrote pro Donald Trump's slogans on his hands. And then flash them to journalists before his court hearing on Monday while waiting for that hearing to begin in New Jersey, the suspect held up his left hand on it were scrawled signs slogans, including maga- forever. The attorney Brian neary would not discuss the writing on his clients hand, nor would he say whether Anthony Khumalo maintains his
NYPD identifies suspect in slaying of Gambino crime boss
"Murder charges are pending against a twenty four year old in the shooting death of reputed, Gambino family, boss, Frencesco, Kelly, NYPD chief of detectives German. Shay says Anthony Kamilo is suspected of the murder in front of Kelly's Staten Island home at this point. Our investigation will turn to was there. Other parties involved in this gathering suture, an additional evidence and working on the motive for the particular crime. Kelly was shot to death by gunman who may have crashed his truck into Kelly's Cardi allure him outside. Jay says the motive for the killing his unknown.
Suspect in custody in shooting death of reputed mob boss
"Called, a mob style hidden Stanton island. Correspondent Pat piper reports the NYPD says they've got a suspect in custody. Police say a twenty four year old is being questioned about the shooting death of reputed, Gambino family, boss, Francesco, Kelly, last Wednesday, New York, Kifah detectives dermal shave while we believe we have the shooter in custody for this incident. The investigation is far at this point from over. Police say Kelly known as Frankie boy was shot to death by the gunman who crashed his truck into Kelly's
Suspect in custody for mob boss killing
"To the breaking developments in a criminal investigation. Getting a lot of attention back here at home, the NYPD now saying this man is the man behind a fatal shooting of an alleged crime boss that suspect is in custody tonight. ABC's Kenneth moten with the latest tonight. Sources tell him ABC news the first murder of a reputed, New York mob boss in more than three decades may not have been mob related while we believe we have the shooter in custody for this incident. The investigation is far at this point from over New York City police plan to charge Anthony camello for the execution style killing. Francesco Frankie board Kelly outside his Staten Island home this week police say the twenty four year old and his blue truck spotted at the scene were tracked down in brick New Jersey sources say in Wikipedia investigators believe the suspect had been dating a female relative of Kelly's when the reputed boss of the Gambino family told him to stop seeing her. We are well aware of Mr. Kelly's past that will be part of this investigation as we determined. What was the motive for the incident? Police say the shooter slammed into Kelly's parked SUV while he was home. The two men seeing talking on grainy surveillance video even shaking hands before the gunman opened fire in why PD detectives say they got a big break discovering a fingerprint on Kelly's blood-stained vehicle despite the new development police are still concerned about potential retaliation to prevention him any future. Violence is most Online's NYPD says the suspect is being held in New Jersey for now, and we'll be char. With murder in the coming days.
"gambino" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"More than that no what did we just that what do we talk about i think it was the one where we talked about childish gambino okay yeah so i would you know that would doubt that that music video is probably yeah i can see how you'd be offended at that music video anyway wednesday is the day on the show on the podcast where we play a little game called buy sell or hold now by seller hold is is a lot of fun when steve is here because he can just start going off on a topic and you just don't know when it's going to end like sometimes they'll get forty suggestions from listeners like you email me aaron net steve day stock com or respond to the tweet that i put out offering soliciting your myself hold suggestions and i'll get dozens upon dozens of these suggestions l maybe sometimes get through like three or four just because steve will take one little thing that i thought it was going to be like a yes or no or a buyer sell and he'll make an entire show out of it so that's why it's so much fun now steve is gone so it's a little bit hard for todd night he just play this together so i thought hey we'll call up our good old bell crisp and also from conservative review i'm sure he would love to play a game of buysell hold so he's now on skype with us and chris it's it's good to have you on the podcast this is the first time i think maybe you've been on the steve day show podcast this is the first time i've been on the podcast and let me tell you guys as somebody who listens to your podcast religiously i'm so so happy you read my review of your show you're on the air.
"gambino" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"This guy how per was external to the trump team how do we know that because he tried to insert himself if you're inside organization you don't email people trying to get inside an organization i does this not make sense if i'm part of the gambino crime family the bonano's but whatever crime family i don't have to email them i'm already is a difference inside you arrest someone in the inside of an organization you flip them and they become an informant i only did this for fifteen plus years we did it with counterfeiting rings we did it with credit card fraud rings child pornography rings you arrest someone and you get them to flip on other people that's an informant he's already the criminal hey go the spy is the external james bond guy who's working for a government who has to try to insert himself inside why are they not using the word spy because if he was external somebody how to insert them inside who was that somebody somewhat in the obama administration that's why they don't wanna use the word spy do you understand why they're freaking out external internal internal informant means is already pre existing criminal activity someone's ratting them out and we're all like well okay you know what we don't like rats but rats taking down bigger rats all right we get it a spy is someone external probing someone for information about an organization that may be doing nothing wrong at all the very use of the word spy will in people's heads will insist.
"gambino" Discussed on My Black Friend
"Yeah i i'm open to perhaps when i get him it's the worst it's debilitating so i'm all for it i'll try it if i'll let you know if i go to like a like a walgreens or something let you know if i even see it there because i've never seen this package before but maybe just because i wasn't looking forward kind of thing you know maybe you seen it and just looked over and didn't know didn't know that you saw it kinda thing though i'll because you've never been used to you just probably walking by because i probably go in there just looking for the the same medicine i get every time or something you know so i don't know i'll have to off to check it out for sure i want medicine childish gambino it somehow thanks so obviously his song this host snl last week was okay on this now but then he drops a video for his song this is american and it just had the internet in uproar ilise black no it blew up i would say everywhere i think it's it's probably the biggest like music things out right now like positively anyways right so so i you seen it right i run to it i actually add it to my list of it's one of my one of my initial songs when i if i go to the gym and i'm on the treadmill it sucks because i watched the video off youtube while i'm running and there's a video a long pause at one point and there's nothing worse than when you're running and you for me and you can hear yourself running i don't know it's like it's just this like mechanical sound of the of the treadmill and then every foot stephanie police place music please place a music i can't stand this like it's i i like to be able to forget that i'm running so it's like i need i need to be drowning out that's on i might ear buds in full blast but yeah no it's i like it's good.
"gambino" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Dot com slash friends that's f u l l y dot com slash friends fully desk chairs and things to keep you moving hi i'm ana marie cox and welcome to with friends like these a show where we talk about the differences between us without letting them divide us i'm very excited about the show this week some guests that i genuinely consider friends and genuinely love talking to i guess maybe i shouldn't even imply that's not true of every guests but these guests are particularly fun i'm having on my old mtv colleague doreen saint felix who now is a staff writer at the new yorker we're going to talk about donald glover slash childish gambino this is america video which if you have not already seen if you're one of the two or three people left that have not seen it maybe you should like pas this and go watch it at least before that segment which is at the end of the show and if you want to listen to a segment first before you consume childish gambino will then i invite you to listen to my conversation with ross tooth that he is a columnist for the new york times and he is he is a friend like this definitely he's a b as servative he's someone who i've met a few times in social and sort of panel settings there's a whole panel you know ecosphere out there and i've always enjoyed talking with him i've enjoyed talking with him much more than enjoyed his columns quite frankly so when he wrote his kind of infamous sex robot piece last week if you haven't read that then well i guess you should go read that i felt compelled to respond not just to the column but like to him as a person and i i in the piece that i wrote about his column invited him to chat because i felt like hey dude like maybe tuck this over before you run something about in cells and sex robots in the new york times and anyway he reached back out to me and i think we ought to having a pretty awesome discussion both about the pc intimidatory which is not the one people reacted to and then.
"gambino" Discussed on Channel 33
"That sounds like that sounds like the basic beats that he'd kinda share in common definitely but isn't any but is it art i have different reactions i'd say to the song into the videos what are the differences between your reaction i think the song is cool i think the song is again it's something you could imagine charting really well it's it seems like it's designed to be it seems like a post wrapping successful late childish gambino summer record now i don't think i'll be able to listen to it without thinking of the music video though because i saw the music video i right i not i like the music video it just sort of changes the way that i listened to the music and i can't really see myself like happily bopping around to it anymore what's interesting is that the song and self is not maybe maybe from a production standpoint the song is bright but the saudi itself lyrically has undertones that are about the commercial relation between black people in white people and black artists than white consumers right so the song itself from songwriting perspective is also i wouldn't say dark but it's thoughtful and it's pessimistic in ways that do mirror the music video oh but because of how pop music works right it's sort of production can obscure a lot of things it can obscure a lot of qualities of songwriting and so it is weird to think though that people could if the music video didn't exist people could kind of happily bob around to this is america despite the undertones of the song but the music video makes it prohibitively impossible do you think that this is one of the more successful things donald glover has done.
"gambino" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"To get there and sometimes you get stuck in a log cabin this is one of the worst parts about festivals in general but this infamously happen i think for alabama shakes like years ago yes it was like they just blew up overnight and they were on way too small and they were on a small stage and like everyone from every other was trying to get to them and people were just like strand they couldn't move they were cross for like twenty minutes yeah and people can catch like the first half of the show now they're very good at this i don't know who that is this year but the fact that they put childish gambino as a headliner was think they appropriately placed him that happened to me with the luminaires where they were on a real small state and i was like oh fuck yeah i love luminaires and they had like kind of had a really big album and it turns out everyone in the entire park had that same woman ears that's good that's more to that are good with music like them so we'll go see them vitug that i saw perfectly executed were one of the first years i ever went phoenix was a day show at two thirty to win to phoenix had never heard of them before a lot of people had obviously i mean they don't get me wrong they were on the come up already but they weren't huge winter phoenix some in the middle of the day on an appropriately sized stage at one of the best concert experiences of ever had and then the next time they came to a seal their one of the headliners same thing happened with hyme h aj i am the girls that i've spoken of recently i saw them by accident on one of the side stages one of the best shows i've ever seen next time they come back guarantee their headliner but yeah they do a good job of predicting this type of shit the next one on the list behind childish is arctic monkeys i've seen the arctic monkeys they put on a great show.
"gambino" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Awful and funny can exist right alongside something so hideous and gruesome yeah that's that's a great description of not only atlanta but like you say what would dona glover is trying to do as childish gambino with this on is is really heavy and i think we'll be affected for for the rest of the year maybe thanks rodney thank you for having me and if you didn't see rodney carmichael piece about childish gambino and donald glover on saturday night live check that out on our website so right about the time that childish gambino performance was happening on saturday night live i was at a show here in washington dc by a fella named cautious clay kosh i'm so bad at punch i can never come up with one and there's so many bands have clever names like that a play for those who are two younger to know on cassius clay right a great boxer and great american and this music is done by joshua karpin joshua's joshua i'm guessing about late twenties artist who has some roots here in washington dc where we are and where the show was at dc nine and at this sold out show at tc nine were people who obviously knew him when he went to college at george washington university as a saxophone player of flute player and musician in general and just the vibe in the room that night of love for this human on state was incredible and i only knew a couple of songs of his and i fell for his music and who he was in this incredible presence i won't play short song often ep's unsigned artists and.
"gambino" Discussed on The Watch
"There was something about the the timing of everything that's happening with this run of atlanta with the s and l appearance he had been kind of like this is the last childish gambino music i'm gonna put out strategist gambino and i kind of thought well this is going to be sort of an experimental jag that you go on or whatever but it's like this is you taking the huge riot going on step up i know that that last record had elements of that but to be so confrontationally like clear about what your message is it was just an and who you're mariah directed the video and it's it's probably the best music video of seen in years a home it's great moment expert i mean it's the most exciting video probably since beyond formation video years ago i want to talk about the video i think that the one thing i'll say the parentheses i'll put around the idea star wars is that star wars does have this to temic importance for people immediately younger than us but generation lee for people and he's talked about what those movies meant to him with his dad and so there is there's a version of this where just being able to play in that universe what it means to him what it means his family and what it potentially is kids who are very young that's why he's gonna give you a tour of the spaceship with a big smile on his face but all of this i think should be considered in the context of the video because the video is not just commenting on america's obsession with entertainment and obsession with gun and our ability to block out one constantly in service of the other it's also i think very much a comment on who he feels he is in the world because remember he is essentially shirtless in dancing but he's giving us a tour of the millennium falcon for half of the video well horrific violence happens all around him and at the end of the video when he is running as if being pursued by police or by something far worse is a reflection i think of how he often field no i don't want.
"gambino" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast
"Yeah because he put get out in there like the past year but it was like everything from black panther to get out to childish gambino to kendrick winning that what's that award that he won polls bolt surprise and it has has a hip hop artists ever won that no right so it's really cool to ward in general it's just like all the tv shows whether it's atlanta or insecure it's just is pretty incredible that it's finally fucking finally hollywood is giving the minorities of fucking chance to talk but it's also it's amazing but it's also sad that it took that long those people like who have to of course have to say something i don't know if he's trying to like put down minorities but like i don't know what yet definitely isn't for him right he's i think he just wanted to do something topical he saw that everybody was talking about that but that video was not made for his demographic right you're showing your ignorance this wasn't a piece of art that i was meant to understand it's also he's not can't be no is he a conversation starter it's like this is what's happening in america and it is an issue i haven't seen the video art so i don't know yeah if it was camping oh and he was like a stereotypical rapper and they just shooting guns and throwing money and then like porn champagne on girls and then shooting people in the video let's say it was a sketch or something like all right that's a little weird but like what did is very important.
"gambino" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I just pretended like on new because i want to was small oh look at that you know he doesn't have to use curse words he doesn't you know it's a network show that's okay now he's home this as far as you needs to go that's kind of humor right there and the thing is this is why i have to start loving again because this is a guy that is ever evolving ever reinventing and never seems foster way he's doing this is the kind of guy that i'm talking about when i say this is someone who you know you don't have to do stunts and gags and trolled in trolling to get out there and do these things what you do is you you push yourself and your talents and you get to where you need to be that's the cover of because of the internet right there and that's one of the places where we start to see him as another person childish gambino and it's funny because he ambushed us all with these talented he had because for all the talk of him being nice wholesome nonthreatening fund all that was childish gambino but then came i was dented donald glover but then cain childish gambino leaving with gary when we last seen each your game with the taxing back you don't wanna come here me big bang people like oh he's doing a rap parody i think jumping off every dance it that's a pair of that's pretty good kinda stare at you know it's good that's that's a from his one the first tracks that he'd dropped an video where people i recognize him as a as a childish gambino it's called freaks and geeks and.