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 Judge denies bond for rapper Young Thug in RICO case

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge denies bond for rapper Young Thug in RICO case

"A judge has denied bond to a rap star in a gangland style case a judge in Fulton county Georgia says Young Thug will have to remain in custody while awaiting trial on charges of violating state racketeering laws The judge says he has concerns the rap store as a danger to the community and needs to remain in custody until trial which is set for early next year The judge siding with prosecutors who say the rapper is part of a straight gang called young slime light which committed murder shootings and carjackings and even rapped about their exploits in their music and on social media posts Another rapper gunna is also being held without bail on the same bat of charges along with two dozen others indicted for alleged gang activity

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You know he did. Let the facts get away of a good story either. He lived the life and he did a lot of it. But he's like a lot of ac- you gotta tie everything together to the package. Otherwise people get bored. And you know what i be all right john on patrick griffin. You guys you need to get out and get on his website first of all and especially about this betting scandal and we're gonna have you come back on in the next couple of monson. We'll talk about that story. Would that be okay. All right thanks a lot of folks that ends another gang. that episode does wanna thank. Y'all for listening. And roger. Nice apple podcasts in other podcast app reviews and not nice comments. You make you do paid and on my facebook and questioned you ask coma facebook pages as most. Y'all know. I upload my zuma views on youtube drake and see what my guest lack in real life and also what most of those on my gang landlord hot guests facebook group and in regards to those facebook groups. I've got to one. Is facebook page. Gangland wire facebook page other my podcast group and the group smaller monitor. That pretty closely. So get on that. I to thank in carter and several others for keeping fresh content on my facebook page. If you want more mob every basis you can shake stack at his gang landmark podcasts facebook group and remember it. You supported podcast with donation. You're getting invited to my monthly lives in crawl where we'll share stories answer questions and some have guest speakers and generally have a good time. Lotta guys be set back in there again with a cigar and drink.

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The Beginnings of the Philadelphia Black Mafia With Former Police Officer Sean Griffin

Gangland Wire

02:47 min | 10 months ago

The Beginnings of the Philadelphia Black Mafia With Former Police Officer Sean Griffin

"African american people have notoriously been kept squeezed out from those kinds of things. We've got all kinds of reports red line. you can't get loans. There's just a lot of ways that african americans been squeezed down and a made drugs came along and boy. These owes young geyser being squeezed out. They saw a way to make money and make big mma to do any kind of crime on organiz basis like that you got a former organization is always usually ends up with the title. Mafia hit less cabot general term. Even though it's really sessaion in nature. But what's russians russian mob russian mafia. He get the black mafia. So how did that develop their in Philadel- well is most major. Cities had a lack of remorse. Lady hurts because they didn't have offices the banking. It met that. I find mulcher series source of pines in so long numbers. One is especially atms. Rows road bags for neighbors now is all throughout the country. We had one in kansas city. Guy named peyton. He was the banker and he had the policy and he had several bars and he was active in politics and he joined with the irish organization to help get the vote out actually converted all the african americans from republican because they all rebublican before because lincoln won the war at a dow. He turned him all the democrats to go with machine. So i bet you got the same thing in this country. I mean w registering ninety nine. Buffy negro now obviously it's not it's a microcosm of what was going on about such what he called rove ice and that's the influence of those people in that neighbor in those neighborhoods and they heading rented power. Forget it was a patriot. Serves no different than the irish who police and firefighter. You trash hold jobs. This is really not complicated. But it's complicated. Because the media academics ever talked about the so no already getting back to your phillies. Black mafia it. We don't know when it started wisdom. The common theme was they started in the mid sixties. I always the foot only. Because when i started my research in the nineties about outfits i was lucky i have the benefit of twenty years of hindsight sarai. Now new flu group was supposed to look like a new bieber. Were slack ago. Records law intelligence violence and newspaper active. And what you wind up seeing where clusters of these guys being arrested together so they will each other for years. Whether that was organized crime racket the matter of honest we get to the mid sixties. There are actually calling themselves. The black

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A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

Gangland Wire

02:46 min | 10 months ago

A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"I mean there were times all of us might grow you off every day. You don't all get arrested. Even come home that night life man would be tough five to it. You get used. Yeah all right. Well bobby coming up here. 'bout forty four minutes. I think we probably have got a forty good show going here. Honestly appreciate you coming on. I wish you luck in the world. Let's go back over one last time. What you got out there. You've got a book. You got your youtube channel. I guess if you would go to youtube. Search for bobby louis c. l. u. isi. And you'd find it and you've got a bunch of good interviews on our. Oh are we will show up ride and then your book is available on amazon. What was in the god's plan revealed. The book itself is a summary of the class. That i use that each okay and it breaks down the bible from genesis all the way to revelations so it's a good read bobby that's really wanted to become a maybe at the illusion are right to me. It's interesting from a historical standpoint. That this whole philosophy stems from these events that happened that has basically taken over the world. I find it interesting even from an intellectual standpoint. Now you've got another book coming out. Are you working on another book on working on a book right now. Emily sweeny and i'm only was an investigative reporter for the boss. Yeah i've done a couple of shows. I really like emily. She knows her stuff. Nice gal yeah. She's already done book. Yeah i know she's going to do a great job with the spokane. I like the respective of because is going to be my story and the end up information on y'all wise up saw does yeah walks on excited about that. I think is going to be good sala. So we're working on that project. Right actually talked with her last night. So i'm hoping by the end of the summer. I don't want to russia okay. Read this book right next time. You talked taylor. I said hi. I'll get her back on when she gets that book out. We'll help promote that book or get both of your your come up. Talent will do both. Ibm in help. Get some people learn about that book. So great bobby. I really appreciate you being on here and good luck with your future endeavors. Thank you so much for having. Okay bye why. God was folks that ends another gangland wire episode does wanna thank you all for listening in. Roll your nice apple podcasts. In other podcast app review using the nice comments. You make my youtube page on my facebook and question. You ask on my facebook pages as most. Y'all know i upload my zoom interviews on youtube so he can see what my guest lack in real life and also what most those on my gang lenoir. Podcast facebook group and in regards those facebook groups. I've got to one. Is facebook page. Gangland wire facebook page de was my podcast group and the group of smaller and our monitor that pretty closely. So get on that. I want to thank kim couture and several others for keeping fresh content on my facebook page. If you want more mob information you can shake a stick at to the gangland wire podcasts facebook group and remember if you support the podcast with donations you'll get an invite to my monthly live..

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A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi

Gangland Wire

02:30 min | 11 months ago

A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi

"Bob as you know. We've talked a little bit. That i was in law enforcement and i worked to mob in kansas city. We had our own coast. Knows your family. The savelli family next valley had been the boss since god says before fifty seven he was at the app alaskan meeting in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven with a real old timer who brought him there to introducing so we were kinda subservient to chicago. And you're on the other side during those days. Especially when i was working this in the seventies and early eighties so all the way up to really to the start of the nineties so i find it fascinating talk with you guys but i tell me a little bit about your time with the boston family. How did you first get involved with that. While i grew up in the north enemies foshan and then that lately in boston. That was headquarters for the mob. Debbie the koneohe on that was made guy. Scott does bosses whatever it was always around us and influenced us at the age of eleven. I went to work for the gangsters. They have vending machine number roll. Bending and i was eleven years old as the wife the school and go out with the guys and load the cigarette machines. Embalming she's of money and savage. We used to go out and while the machines and was eleven twelve years old. It was a fifty dollars a week and everything was great. And you don't even realize. I'm only a kid. I mean the jewel family really owned the company never was around them. Jerry was the boss boss brain on the raymond patriarca. But i was around all the rest of the wise guys so my father in an early you know i guess as early twenties. Hope up with these old. My father was always involved with them and i up around him rubber wrong koppel's and may guys and they're great guys and i think maybe the age of sixteen seventeen. The other side of my family were all out of this. I really enjoyed that. So i kinda sway away from that. And i wanted to go into the construction business and i did that for awhile up on my thirties but i still had a little evolving on the street knowledge. Yeah so now. I was building homes on. Martha's vineyard very popular place. Everybody knows about a mother's venue. Yeah in the late eighties. The market crash and i lost my house on the second houses down for o.'hare developing and i lost everything. I lost my gondola house in boston. I lost everything from positive. So i came back with two kids and no money. That's i hit the streets early nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred after the

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Jimmy Frattiano and the Two Tonys

Gangland Wire

01:33 min | 11 months ago

Jimmy Frattiano and the Two Tonys

"To tony's came out from kansas city. That's what caught my eye on this. I was noodling around looking for stories and interesting stories on the internet. And i kind of knew about this. But i'd forgotten about it. They were kind of minor mob guys in kansas city. Their real names for anthony ran kato and anthony. Joseph trombley know. These guys are kansas city and they really were just muscle for hire who had been arrested many times in kansas city. And like you know ambitious. Young men in the fifties. They might want to go to california to be aware the street. You're paid with gold out there. In hollywood sleep with those hollywood stars and and make a lot of money and and really take their their act to someplace where the police didn't know they. They chicago outfitted already. Kind of put The boston place out there. A guy named jack dragana. Who was a boston and these guys show up and they probably had some. Somebody had gotten hold of somebody and said hey these two dudes are coming out. They're tough guys and and maybe you can use them. They're looking for work and renate some muscle. I got out there and they became part of mickey cohen's crew. Mickey cohen was a gambler and was had been connected with the East coast mafia for a long time. And he'd move out to los angeles and had a book going out there. A sportsbook is making money maker for the mom and so he. He took these two guys in to muscle people. You know somebody odi money or he thought somebody wannabes. Bookies was cheating ninety way he could send syndrome beano brand the two tonys out and and muslim

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Retired Intelligence Detective Anthony Celano on His Time With the NYPD

Gangland Wire

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Retired Intelligence Detective Anthony Celano on His Time With the NYPD

"I have anthony solano on zoom call. So you'll be able to see it on youtube also if you'd rather if you wanna go see what he looks like and twenty two years with the nypd in a variety of different post like all of us. Did you gotta spend some time in uniform. You gotta spend a time. Some time was maybe a detective in a different unit. He spent a lot of time with working organized. Crime in new york city. So we're going to talk to him about his experiences. He also has written a couple of novels a crime novels since he's left the pd. So welcome county and thank you filing. It's good to have you let let's start talking about in a little bit about your overview of your career with the nypd. Okay to the police department actually occurred i was on a bus going to college is only about a twenty minute ride from the time you know. Twenty is all line years old. I didn't really know what i wanted to be until i show these two policemen come on On the bus and they happen to sit directly across from where i was sitting on the bus were on their way to go up because his the hand and three things stroke me about that is. The first thing was a on the bus with not having them. Hey i thought that was the second thing was they had these guns and i thought that was pretty impressive. Third thing that struck me was they were happy and the the cops were happy time which other ended up thinking that maybe that would be something. I could do the police tests. And i got appointed w later i can finally went on at least one in uniform. After a year. Until i i ended up as an anti-crime cop basically they will claim. Plain-clothes detail we would jump at. It actually gives make arrests stuff like that. So crimes being committed in progress them wanted to the organized crime. Control bureau a section Exhibition and i spent some time in. And i wanted to journalist. Repairs force was made up of the agency state troopers and the a

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Deploying and running Django web apps in 2021

Talk Python To Me

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Deploying and running Django web apps in 2021

"We're gonna talk about specifically Deployments on gangland we can go on and on about obviously all the intricacies of django. But i think suffice to say. I'm an educator on the on the board. In carlton's a fellow he's he makes the releases happen including three two alpha. Which just dropped today. And i guess you mentioned. Lts that's confusing to non django people so since having ellos carlton chango has a pretty rapid release cycle where it's every nine months or so so. There is three zero three one. Three two. This december i think carlton is four zero ev. One of those is a long term service release so that will last two and a half years so that is a three years. Yeah it's it's on. There's a link on the project site so that's a way that so django doesn't really have. It's rare to have breaking changes these days but the lts designed to help people who can't keep up with that cycle. Stay up to date that. We have a lot of podcasts and opinions about why should always stay up to date and it's worth it because that's one of the most things you because as carlton mentioned there's bug fixes constantly so it'll be three one three one two. They'll be three to go three to a month later or so. I'm a big advocate of you. Know if you possibly can get ladies major release so you hang out. Historically the longtime released was really the lts release was really important because there were breaking changes right in each major version of jangle. There were new things and it was difficult to. But that's not the case anymore. It's really easy to update so. I'm a big advocate of that. Now and then when i talked to fellow people in the django community. They're like well. You know. I work in the real world. And you can't keep up the ladies major budget so for those folks than you know. The lts is a really good option. Because it's once every three years you know it's coming you get six month window of overlap of supports. The old lts gets six months of security release after the release of the new lts. That's your window to update. Well i think that running and maintaining software built upon frameworks like django. It falls into two categories for me if falls into. Here's something that we have a team or at least somebody dedicated to owning this project and we care about its ongoing life and then we have the ones that are the oath. Please don't touch it and the oh please don't touch it is we've long since stopped developing that maybe the person who developed it left. But it's still important and we don't want to break it. It's working right now but if you touch it new break it you've now adopted it. You know what i mean like. It's that thing that just like if you break the build. Yes but but worse. 'cause it's legacy build so to me i feel like that. Please don't touch it. Side the lts make perfect sense for them. Yeah in tiny entirely the way. I like to think of it is. Is this a thing that you feasibly going to add new features to and if you feasibly going to add new features to then you should be on the latest matrix version. Because it's only once every eight months you need to allocate a day or two to keep up to fix download the new version. Run the test suite. See the deprecation warnings. Fix deprecation mornings. You know maybe you have to wait a couple of weeks for dependency to update and and then you can push board. And that's once every eight month that process and if you're adding new features if it's a live project ideally be there. Yeah there's something which you just need to keep running for the long run. You could do that much less frequently.

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Interview With Dustin Marks, A Former Crossroader

Gangland Wire

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Dustin Marks, A Former Crossroader

"Welcome all you are. Tappers out there today Have our friend mob museum blogger larry. Henry and larry also is a regular blogger for the casino industry at www dot. Casino dot org. You might wanna check lessons website. Www dot destined marks dot com. You can find his book cheating black. Jackie may learn something. Maybe can go out and win a whole bunch of money at blackjack. Is that lose it like i do. Welcome destined welcome. Thanks larry good to have you here. Great to be here gary thanks. Hi dustin looking forward to it so it'll be fun so dustin you're a crush rotor. I- learned that term on your website that a gaming cheat in the casino industry is called a crossroad. Her now are you a crossroad. Are you a magician. You started out as a magician. Ombo but i'm retired crossroad. And i just don't do the magic across rivers. A person who specializes in cheating. The legal casinos and i was mainly doing the crossroad in las vegas nevada and nevada but mainly grace and this was back in the knits so destined. You got your start as magician. Tell me a little bit about how you got your start as a magician amid just come to you. Natural ngop just growled to cartridge or actually My father took me to see an amateur medicines front of the family as just seven years old. And he's older provenance sixties. Now didn't move very well but the mad at those cards in his hand he became young again and it just looked like magic to me out. Flip right then and there. So did you start like plan with decks of cards and learn how to shuffle them. Fancy and manipulate them and hold them own. Yeah but back then. There is no youtube or even videos library and get magic and try to figure out how to do the card tricks. Manipulations have maze. All your friends with your card tricks. Yeah of course yes very young so my audience besides my parents. Yeah really did you continue on as a young man. Did you try to earn a living as a magician and always happy who is more of a hobby than i went to college when he's throwing clinton fraternity had all the active members. Think i could read their minds. Wouldn't mess with me as much nagging. Little shows and stuff and i got really really interested in magic and i started buying books now over mateen nineteen twenty and i started realize all the best card meant that mainly to card magic lived in las vegas nevada and these were just magician. Jimmy ripple michelson. All hairs garo list goes on and on so. That's what really made me move to las vegas nevada back in nineteen eighty-three to learn more about magic. And i guess there's a lot of work for magic axe would imagine out there interesting. So how did you want you got out there. Did you immediately think these cartridge If i can manipulate the cars. Could i then go in. Earn electra. money at the casinos by manipulating cards. Not immediately there was are still going is called. Jerry darwin's magic. They started in the seventies. So i found out about it. Eighty-three took there's no internet took me about couple of months track down. We're in the hill net. A finally found worthing. Matinee met at that time wednesday night. Starting at nine pm so remember walking in there the first night in there i see allen akard i see paul hairs i see jimmy group all naser. All names familiar with. Is i their books back in the mid west room from and they were very friendly they welcomed me and showed me stuff so in about nine then months went from like ten percent. The ninety percent is studying with the best world. Wow really exciting for somebody never met anybody in the magic field per say what would be an example of something that they taught you. That was like to me would look like magic. Where would be an example of a lot of it was principles more than the actual moves. How not to look guilty. When you're doing a move out of being natural how to use misdirection. You can't catch anything if your attention is over here. And i'm doing something over there. That's the whole concept. Not just for magic but for now cheating at the game of blackjack any game so is managed. Somebody's attention interesting. Really really interesting. And then of course it showed me moves at one even both shad stuff. They were working on so it was really a fantastic education.

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Interview With Ron Fino

Gangland Wire

04:47 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Diamond Jim Moran

Gangland Wire

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Diamond Jim Moran

"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Kind of a side story that I'd never heard before and I happened to stumble across while noodling around on the internet in my research on the Chicago outfit. Now, we're going to kind of dip back into the hole in the wall gang a little bit and in regards to the Hole in the Wall Gang. I can't remember if I've said this or not. I had bought a telephone calls back and forth and and helped a guy named Ernie d'avino get connected up with a company that was trying to do a documentary on the Hole in the Wall Gang dead. Ernie died I just found out here recently. So he and Frank cullotta. They were both in the Hole in the Wall Gang. They both claimed credit for starting the Hole in the Wall Gang and I'll tell you right now they didn't really like each other. They didn't really know each other later in life. But see Ernie never broke her knee took the hit and did some time out of that birth escaped her that night and he actually went to Tony Spilotro his trial testified that don't cilantro didn't know anything about that didn't have anything to do with it tried to help him beat that case. Of course. Tony was killed shortly after that. So I don't remember if he was actually found guilty for them all in the Wall Gang versus burglary or not. But in Jonas had no done now both Frank and Ernie or dead, but this is a little different sort of a story and I'm going to start talking about a month Hollywood movie producer man has he was born under the name of Evron go bogging but he became known as Michael Todd. He started out as a young man. He grew up up down. North central part of the United States and moved to Chicago started out in the construction business then kind of got into the film industry when he was working on soundproofing stages when this home when the pictures first changed from Silent to talking films during the Depression, they would go bankrupt but he came back in the construction business and World War Two came along during World War II just start getting into the movie business and right after World War Two probably is like more like the early fifties. He developed a new big screen film processing operation called said, I don't know if you remember Center. Am I remember probably when I was in late grade school, it came out with these huge big screen Productions that were Cinerama. They were mainly web application and had the Big Sky country as a background. He broke off from the company that develops Cinerama, which he had been involved with and developed another widescreen film process wage. Became known as tadeo. And that was immensely popular his I think his first success with that was a film version of the real popular. Musical, Oklahoma. I'll try to sing Oklahoma for you, but it would not sound good. Just remember they spell out. Okay l a h o m a Oklahoma. Okay. That's the extent of my saying folks his next big hit was Around the World in Eighty Days and I remember seeing that I think of it as a freshman in high school or something. It was a huge big production that a lot of fun. It was a comedy and won an Academy Award for the best picture in 1957, but in the very next year 1958 Michael Todd at the very peak of his success, he'd won an Academy Award. He was going all around the country. He was getting all kinds of offers and he was it was going from one part of the country to the other. I can't remember exactly page where it was a small private plane and it was killed in an airplane crash at this point in time. He was also married to the most popular and what some would say the most beautiful actress in Hollywood Elizabeth Taylor dead. That the peak of her career in the fifties. They lived Hollywood Legend through huge big parties. They lived on a lavish scale. He left a huge big estate after he died in this airplane Christ. It was wage estimated three to five million dollars. Now that doesn't seem like so much now in 1957 325 million dollars was probably more like forty to fifty million dollars Thirty to fifty million dollars at the estate office to Elizabeth Taylor and they had a daughter together named Elizabeth Frances and wonder whatever happened Elizabeth Frances Todd, or maybe she used the name of gold bug and I don't know. I've never heard of the daughter off the other half of this state went to his son by a former marriage that Michael Todd Jr. During the years since his death and internment and they had a big funeral and Chicago and he was buried in Chicago but people started a rumor that Elizabeth Taylor as they closed the coffin down on him and put a big ten carat diamond ring that was valued at $100,000 on Thurs. Has been stronger now authorities would later say that anybody who did even a little bit of research in read the newspaper articles about the accent would figure that there probably wasn't enough left a Michael, body to put any kind of a ring on but maybe you know, I guess you might assume she just throw it in the casket with him. I don't know

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to Gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City Police intelligence unit detective Gary Jake. Hello. Are you wired Peppers out there back here all by myself and the Gangland wire studio recording another show for you. I think is kind of an interesting little we call a niche story of kind of a side story that I'd never heard before and I happened to stumble across while noodling around on the internet in my research on the Chicago outfit. Now, we're going to kind of dip back into the hole in the wall gang a little bit and in regards to the Hole in the Wall Gang. I can't remember if I've said this or not. I had bought a telephone calls back and forth and and helped a guy named Ernie d'avino get connected up with a company that was trying to do a documentary on the Hole in the Wall Gang dead. Ernie died I just found out here recently. So he and Frank cullotta. They were both in the Hole in the Wall Gang. They both claimed credit for starting the Hole in the Wall Gang and I'll tell you right now they didn't really like each other. They didn't really know each other later in life. But see Ernie never broke her knee took the hit and did some time out of that birth escaped her that night and he actually went to Tony Spilotro his trial testified that don't cilantro didn't know anything about that didn't have anything to do with it tried to help him beat that case. Of course. Tony was killed shortly after that. So I don't remember if he was actually found guilty for them all in the Wall Gang versus burglary or not. But in Jonas had no done now both Frank and Ernie or dead, but this is a little different sort of a story and I'm going to start talking about a month Hollywood movie producer man has he was born under the name of Evron go bogging but he became known as Michael Todd. He started out as a young man. He grew up up down. North central part of the United States and moved to Chicago started out in the construction business then kind of got into the film industry when he was working on soundproofing stages when this home when the pictures first changed from Silent to talking films during the Depression, they would go bankrupt but he came back in the construction business and World War Two came along during World War II just start getting into the movie business and right after World War Two probably is like more like the early fifties. He developed a new big screen film processing operation called said, I don't know if you remember Center. Am I remember probably when I was in late grade school, it came out with these huge big screen Productions that were Cinerama. They were mainly web application and had the Big Sky country as a background. He broke off from the company that develops Cinerama, which he had been involved with and developed another widescreen film process wage. Became known as tadeo. And that was immensely popular his I think his first success with that was a film version of the real popular. Musical, Oklahoma. I'll try to sing Oklahoma for you, but it would not sound good. Just remember they spell out..

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The Grave Robbing Mobsters - burst 1

Gangland Wire

04:48 min | 1 year ago

The Grave Robbing Mobsters - burst 1

"Kind of a side story that I'd never heard before and I happened to stumble across while noodling around on the internet in my research on the Chicago outfit. Now, we're going to kind of dip back into the hole in the wall gang a little bit and in regards to the Hole in the Wall Gang. I can't remember if I've said this or not. I had bought a telephone calls back and forth and and helped a guy named Ernie d'avino get connected up with a company that was trying to do a documentary on the Hole in the Wall Gang dead. Ernie died I just found out here recently. So he and Frank cullotta. They were both in the Hole in the Wall Gang. They both claimed credit for starting the Hole in the Wall Gang and I'll tell you right now they didn't really like each other. They didn't really know each other later in life. But see Ernie never broke her knee took the hit and did some time out of that birth escaped her that night and he actually went to Tony Spilotro his trial testified that don't cilantro didn't know anything about that didn't have anything to do with it tried to help him beat that case. Of course. Tony was killed shortly after that. So I don't remember if he was actually found guilty for them all in the Wall Gang versus burglary or not. But in Jonas had no done now both Frank and Ernie or dead, but this is a little different sort of a story and I'm going to start talking about a month Hollywood movie producer man has he was born under the name of Evron go bogging but he became known as Michael Todd. He started out as a young man. He grew up up down. North central part of the United States and moved to Chicago started out in the construction business then kind of got into the film industry when he was working on soundproofing stages when this home when the pictures first changed from Silent to talking films during the Depression, they would go bankrupt but he came back in the construction business and World War Two came along during World War II just start getting into the movie business and right after World War Two probably is like more like the early fifties. He developed a new big screen film processing operation called said, I don't know if you remember Center. Am I remember probably when I was in late grade school, it came out with these huge big screen Productions that were Cinerama. They were mainly web application and had the Big Sky country as a background. He broke off from the company that develops Cinerama, which he had been involved with and developed another widescreen film process wage. Became known as tadeo. And that was immensely popular his I think his first success with that was a film version of the real popular. Musical, Oklahoma. I'll try to sing Oklahoma for you, but it would not sound good. Just remember they spell out. Okay l a h o m a Oklahoma. Okay. That's the extent of my saying folks his next big hit was Around the World in Eighty Days and I remember seeing that I think of it as a freshman in high school or something. It was a huge big production that a lot of fun. It was a comedy and won an Academy Award for the best picture in 1957, but in the very next year 1958 Michael Todd at the very peak of his success, he'd won an Academy Award. He was going all around the country. He was getting all kinds of offers and he was it was going from one part of the country to the other. I can't remember exactly page where it was a small private plane and it was killed in an airplane crash at this point in time. He was also married to the most popular and what some would say the most beautiful actress in Hollywood Elizabeth Taylor dead. That the peak of her career in the fifties. They lived Hollywood Legend through huge big parties. They lived on a lavish scale. He left a huge big estate after he died in this airplane Christ. It was wage estimated three to five million dollars. Now that doesn't seem like so much now in 1957 325 million dollars was probably more like forty to fifty million dollars Thirty to fifty million dollars at the estate office to Elizabeth Taylor and they had a daughter together named Elizabeth Frances and wonder whatever happened Elizabeth Frances Todd, or maybe she used the name of gold bug and I don't know. I've never heard of the daughter off the other half of this state went to his son by a former marriage that Michael Todd Jr. During the years since his death and internment and they had a big funeral and Chicago and he was buried in Chicago but people started a rumor that Elizabeth Taylor as they closed the coffin down on him and put a big ten carat diamond ring that was valued at $100,000 on Thurs. Has been stronger now authorities would later say that anybody who did even a little bit of research in read the newspaper articles about the accent would figure that there probably wasn't enough left a Michael, body to put any kind of a ring on but maybe you know, I guess you might assume she just throw it in the casket with him. I don't know

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Addition to providing the vending machines and everything in the club last thing that struck me about him is he was such and Costello's image in the sense that business who proper gentleman. He started Boys Town of Italy did a lot of charity work was big on the social scene and he presented the image of being a legitimate businessman now, he just happened to be registered to the Genovese crime family just really real like guy that he was kind of I mean never spent a day in jail never got indicted for anything investigated forever, but he was the model for for Frank Costello. I mean, this is how long these crime family does it that's just legitimate businessman. Everything's on paper. They're huge in the loan sharking industry to private finance companies, which their cash was laundered, but it was all legitimate birth. And not all I shouldn't say that but an extent they made sure they lent a companies because a company was exempt from the user laws and in a payback just foreclosed. You would going to break the knee caps lock isn't a lot of reason for law enforcement to come down hard on these downsized because they tried to avoid the messiness that gets the bloody headlines that they do pouring off, you know, and so it may not make an exciting movie that really, all right. No problem. I appreciate it book is the mafia and the gays yes to others railroaded the whole public prosecution Brandon Woodruff and we're joints Wiseguys and G meant that sounds intriguing he has a website Philip Crawford Jr. All one word Village Crawford Jr. . Wordpress.com and he's on Goodreads in those books are on Amazon to if you want to find out more about his work and what to buy that book, right? That sounds pretty good. When I I'm sorry. I have to apologize. I didn't get it before we did. This is kind of gave up pretty fast, but it sounds intriguing. All right, I really appreciate it. Kerry as I stage. All right. Nice to meet you. All right. I thank you for listening and supporting Gangland wire crime stories. If you want some more connection to show find my private Facebook group called Gangland wire crime stories. I only admitted Life podcast listeners have a public page Twitter feed and Instagram all under Gangland wire. Are you going to email me at Gangland wire at gmail.com as a lot of you know, I have a website, that'd be a p landing.com on the shop page. You'll find a donate button to support the podcast now realize that some of you may be out of work because of this damn virus and I don't want you to even think about donating wage. For the rest of you guys for $25 or more. I have different rewards depending on how much you give me plus another way to support my work is to go to Amazon and rent my documentaries gang then wire and brothers against Brothers wage develop spiritual war or encourage your friends to do that have a book about the Las Vegas casinos coming investigation titled Leaving Vegas how FBI wiretap and and MOB domination of Las Vegas casinos. Now, that's a mouthful. I don't know what I was thinking when I titled that book if you get the Kindle version, you'll get links to hear the actual wiretap. Finally. Don't forget you can buy me a cup of coffee or a shot in the beer with your venmo app Gangland wire, you know recently. I've started hosting some Zoom calls that are restricted to fans who have supported the podcast and some matter besides cash donations. Some of you are helping by becoming a page on my Facebook pages and keeping them filled with fresh content. And if anybody wants to ride short blog basis no more than a hundred or hundred fifty words and attach relevant photos, and you can send those to me off. But those up on the Facebook I have folks already like can see from Arizona and basil tea from Dallas helping with that and they have both been doing a great job. I really appreciate what you guys have done off. Every Facebook page can use more and more accurate content people out. There are starved for good accurate content. Let me know if you're interested time for my public service announcement right now Gangland wire supporting PTSD treatment and recovery for veterans. If you're a vet and you think you may need help with PTSD call 1-800-273-8255 Page, press one, or you can text at 83825. The VA also has a website with lots of resources at ww.w. Ptsd.va.gov wage. Well as we used to say, I'm 1042 Music provided by our good friend and superfan from Portland, Oregon Casey McBride. Thanks Casey..

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Mo- at Gangland wire by me a cup of coffee shot in a bears as times. I have on the line today on zoom. So we'll be on youtube as well as on the podcast here if you're listening on the podcast, a retired police officer. Greg Bates retired as a chief, a place of Saratoga Springs New York. is written two books about the dark seamy underbelly absurd togas brings Gregg welcome. Now, the first of your books is all of the law and the world won't stop them. The second was a gangster's paradise for you guys. WanNa go out. Let those books up on Amazon. We'll talk about them more later on. But I as all these listeners know Greg I'm retired copper too. So tell us a little bit about your career law enforcement. Gary Well, thanks for having me. I spent twenty five years enforcement. I started when I was twenty one years old started in. BURLINGTON. Vermont. Actually in beaten at work there for a short time before I got hired by the Sir Toby. Springs. Police Department and I'm born and raised Saratoga. Springs fifth-generation my family been there for five generations and. decided to go back home and become a police officer. Want to be you know regular routine patrol worked in the Narcotics Unit? For. Several. Years and. After about eleven years or so and patrol and narcotics I ended up you know working my way up the chain Assistant Chief, and then finally I became chief in two, thousand, twelve or two thousand thirteen was chief for six years, and then I retired last year so. Chief I think nationally, the average is three years ago. You did pretty good double the national average on being cheap ablaze and. I couldn't retire initially. So I had to wait till I get. Hit you gotTa gone. That was part of it for sure early. I enjoy it. Generations Togan work in my hometown. So go I just one point I decided, hey, there's more to life than being a police officer. Now decided to pull the plug pursue some other options well as all the listeners out there people that know me pretty well off a lot of them that I did the same thing after twenty five years I just decided I wanted to do something else. Maybe I should have done when I was younger I went to law school. Practice Law for I got into this creative endeavor, writing books and making.

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Are Anchor podcasters different?

podnews

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Are Anchor podcasters different?

"Anchor podcasters. Different is the platform full of dead podcasts as some say it is. News takes a look and discovers a number of differences between anchor podcasters and those on other podcast hosts. Alexa play the US podcasting news podcast on Pandora. Pandora users in the US can now use Alexa smarts because to listen to podcasts. IHEART radio is on the hunt for the next great podcast. It's a competition to develop and launch a show on the platform. It's open to podcast is worldwide. Company is also also working on an original ten parts narrative sci-fi thriller podcast there be monsters that'll be available. Later, this year in the UK Bible magazine has just released issue ten. You can read it for free on the website. It Features Charlie Brooker the receipts and Jamie laying and lists all kinds of podcasts to listen to. Patron has lost a lawsuit brought by fans of Owen Benjamin, a comedian banned from the platform. The call to action could according to some commentators put Patriot out of business. Are Now has exclusive sales representation. All Star Burns, audio shows Lipson has hired Richard Hays has their new CEO and here's what else you need to note today the New York. Times has announced opinion audio team. You'll find all end names in our show notes and our newsletter today. And in caused news investigative podcast trace, which one number of awards is back a new season. This time it's looking at the case of Nickelback Gobbo, a former, Australian gangland lawyer and police informer,

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective, Jerry Jenkins. Welcome all. You capris out there back here in the studio with. Our, friend Co host. Cameramen hike 'em. How you doing glad to be here Gary is always has always. Sixty sixty six. You Toby I am I? I'm running back from the gas tank to the CARBURETOR, trying to trace leaks and I'm right at the carburetor and. If I can move to the mission sometime this coming week Alba I'll be one step ahead from where I was last. Good good I bought my own old vehicle. I bought in nineteen seventy four, Honda, CB three fifty. It's it's a lot of fun, but you know it's not. Is Zen in the art of motorcycle maintenance just like Zen and the art. Of English sports car maintenance. You have to be very precise about everything you do. Think about everything you do your I haven't put a choke on a car for a long time. Now you have to if it's cold, you got to put the joke orange. In order to get started. You know what? I have a little bit to shut the gas underneath the tank. Whatever market? You have to take the key out to the left not to the right. Otherwise the parking lot the some kind of a parking lot. The tail light will stay on so. I gotTA pop the hood to turn the heater on and heating. Heating was an option on mind. Cut Open the hood and open the Heater Vet Oh. There you go? Just about says it all well, you know we're going back down south down down under Australia again. Our good friend Dan Bashford down there and we. We did one with the Dragana influence in in Australia, and and this is going to be at the request of my friend named Farrell. Feroza a new Fan who? Made a nice donation to thank you for all and he's He spent his own little bit of time in jail. He's a at a turnaround and his life. He he works out works in high steel now maybe up on the top of bridges and Buildings and things like that. I jokingly told him I said. You know you haven't lost your taste for the adrenaline rush adds. With which I hate to say it, but I can't understand that so that's hints the two motorcycles. Fairly in particular, he asked about George Freeman and so I looked him up and CAM. Let Me Ma'am Camden a whole much research on George Freeman. He's Kinda we did. The other was the out of Italy. than drank gone of course more based on the old mafia lines and the stories that we usually do is about the mafia, but this this is more what we call affectionately call, eight, non-italian or a Pecker Wood organized crime..

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective Gary Jenkins. Hey all you are average out there. Welcome to the Gangland where studio going to be another little extra edition a little help. But first of all I wanNA thank Marc Ryan for the Vin Mo- donation to help me buy ammunition now I needed that right now i. felt like all night. All I can hear from my house is a police helicopter overhead. Screaming and chanting, drifting up the hill for Mill Creek Park where there's demonstrations and are going on late into the night, and if you unless you live under a rock, you know that there's a lot of demonstrations going on in the united. States, over this George Floyd getting killed. By the Minneapolis polices in full view for everybody to say it was a it was a horrible sight. Feel sick over. Friday night finally last night. They least helicopters gone, but now I can hear a loud speaker playing music down there and I. See this morning's news that there was a small peaceful protest and vigil, but there's a guy that brought a really large set of speakers down to entertain the surrounding neighborhood. Oh. Boy, I hope that doesn't keep up although it's. I'm about six or eight blocks up a hill from it, so it's it's not bad. I'm just glad that police helicopters gone. want thanks D-. My friend Beaubourg ran for a contribution for a beer to clubhouse after the next round of golf and I am as you well know I am back on the golf course during the week in and always play with my friend Hugh on Sunday and and play during the week at least one day a week was the mother ex. Coppers retired coppers. Now I've got an easy. Ask for all you guys. If you have Amazon prime. And I ask you to do this before with brothers against brothers, ed you did it and you hit it on Amazon prime minutes free and it algorithm, the Amazon Algorithms noticed and promoted it up the chain, until was sitting right between Ad Astra, with Brad Pitt and the joker, and so for about a month that was up there, and I got hundreds and hundreds of extra views on it, which was pretty nice so i. want you to help me game the Amazon Algorithms again I guess that's the best way to put it his game in them. See at notices when a whole lot of people watching moving notices how long you watch it to see if they think people like it or not, so I like to think that you like it. A lot of you've seen it upset. Atalanta copies from donations and just people buying it over the last few years I'm almost out of the original huge big bats that I bought. You have to get a thousand DVD's. In order to have it replicated, which is a little higher quality way to do a DVD, and at the time streaming one so popular and so I. I got a thousand DVD's and and I'm finally getting down. Obvious prayed is Gumby, throwing several hundred DVD's away, but I think by the time I. Get done with Al List I'll be down to my last copy. DVD's copy of Gangland wire..

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

14:27 min | 2 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City. Police Intelligence Unit detective Jerry Jenkins. Welcome while you are tappers out there. Another episode of Gangland. Wire right here in a gangland wire studio we have a friend of ours from the True crime fiction world but maybe not particularly the Mafia drew crime. And it's GonNa be a little bit different story. All this guy does connect back to the Vince Chicago for you outfit. People and we have snow. Will edit this. We have SEDOVA. We have SEDOVA Cantrell on this guy puts will go up on Youtube and and then on the podcast so welcomes an elvis. Really great to have you here. Thank you for having me. Okay so Novatell Tele folks a little bit about you because most of my fans most of most of the we call them wire-tappers most of the wire-tappers out there mainly read nonfiction books about the Mafia. Were there be the five families New Yorker the Kansas City crime family or the outfit Chicago They may not be too familiar with your work. And reason I got onto you know is because you wrote a non fiction book about a guy who grew up in and around Chicago outfit and I saw that not a good fit for for The wire-tappers out there so tell us a little bit about your history here. Well I've been a writer for decades. I started out as a journalist as a freelance journalist and that was published in magazines newspapers. And then I started writing fiction and then I while I was the president of a local writers guild I I was approached by a guy that wanted someone to write his biography and he was an ex gangster from Chicago and nobody wanted to touch him so they sit him up to me and I said okay. I'll meet with you. And he spent four hours at this restaurant telling me these stories and at the time I wasn't into true crime at all I was. You know a complete newbie and very sheltered preacher's kid and I was sitting there trying to keep my poker face on which have never played poker so I don't have a good face but I was trying to act like this wasn't blowing me away so I I just listen to all these stories for four hours and I just kind of leaned back and I said okay so what you got ties to organized crime or what and trying to sound cool you know and not act like this guy was killing me here and he looks at me at. I'm I'm I'm little. I'm I'm sure you know. And this is like a six foot. Three big huge guy. And he he has these steel blue is that just Kinda can give you the creeps and he looks at me and stares at me for a second and in my heart is about to explode as I go crap I say something wrong and he looks down at me and he goes well cyst. If I had been organized I wouldn't have been caught and then he laughed. And so that's that's why. We named the book an organized crime. I honestly his book is what made me rebrand start with true crime. I've got six true crime books now and his biography was recently endorsed by retired. Fbi agent. He says it's one of the few books written that gives the reader an insight to the criminal mind retired and works with new recruits in Quantico. And he said he was going to tell them that it should be required reading. I hope so. I was like book sales really. I know that feeling well. That's that's that's most interesting. You know I. I've been following you for a while. You have a regular blog peace and you're on facebook and have a facebook page and so I've been found in reading your blog pieces and I I like your style of writing in you find some of the stuff you do most interesting particularly when I got into it was you were doing pieces on the dixie. Mafia which always found kind of fascinating. Now that's kind of a in the true laco poster Mafia world. That's a little bit of a misnomer but it sounds good Dixie mafia out there and then on Buford Passer I always thought that story was interesting than in his connections with the dixie Mafia people also Show on the Dixie mafia when these days but a lot of the other crimes you You Report on it right about or like your murders and kidnappings and things like that. Is that correct yes? I write this log on. Mondays is my mobster. Monday's so I write about Italians and non Italians on Mondays and Fridays. Where I put out my coal casework. My Missing Persons Cases Unsolved. Is that sort of thing actually started working as a victims advocate for Missouri missy organization So I that students to make it to where I have a lot of missing person cases to write about but that blog goes out to a potential half a million people each week and I have I'm blessed to say that we have started generating leads and that I can forward to law enforcement and I don't know that I hope that they follow up on them. You know but My job is just to raise publicity about these cases and then let them do their jobs. I know one specific case that I did raise. Raise some tips and it. The guy was arrested within a week after my blog went out I got the call you know. The emotional call from the family member full of gratitude. You know and so that was very fulfilling thing to do with my blog. That is what interesting thing about this platform that we have they can reach out to so many people and their. I get calls and emails from people. Now it's mainly older stuff. That's this long nothing current but I get a lot of tips and put some connections together that I used to work the mafia twenty years ago. And and it's like. Oh so that's how that works so you you know. People are interested in that and and they're feel a little safer reaching out to you that maybe law enforcement and they actually feel like people feel like they kind of know you because they read your writing and followed your career low bitten and I get a little bit of the same thing that would be really gratified to be able to help solve those crimes right right well. I I told people in on the other half of my business I I have to Nova simply Biz. Where I I give writing tips for the business of writing. And that's one thing that I was talking about. Recently if you can find a passion from and Align Your Business you're writing with that passion You can really go far with it. And and that's where my passion is. I get to talk to these mothers and sisters and brothers that their family is missing for twenty years and the media has kind of forgotten about them. So there's this huge gap now on the twentieth anniversary. They may get a write up in the newspaper but from one to twenty. It's forgotten and it's like once that happens the leads kinda dry up sometimes and so. That's really where my passion is. And then the the whole lobster. Monday started out from me trying to help a victim's family member they needed me to. I got asked to be part of this kind of not an official of course but it was this little task force that was getting together trying to raise awareness about the dixie mafia because a lady has been fighting for justice for fifty one years. Now the case has been put together and it's on the FBI's desk. I'm sure they had heard of the case before. But this was actually a formal submission and they had the interviews with the victim's family and and so hopefully this time it will go over but that's kind of how the whole mobster Monday things started was for that case interesting young and I've worked with the FBI lot in my past and and if you can get him to open a case and what you did what you what you're describing to me. Is You actually got him to open a case? They may have known about it but they didn't what they call open case and so if they interviewed people like that they opened the cage which is huge. Once they opened the case why Then their resources are going into it and something will probably happen. I hope so you ever heard of the baby. Lisa case appear in Kansas City. The little baby that disappeared the parents. The mother woke up at night and set. Her baby was gone. The husband is off at work. There's a true crime. Podcast up here called generation y. And they've asked me to come on their podcast. Kinda give the the police view of that Missing Persons Cases was a strange one. It was it was a heck of a story. You Might WanNa take a look at that someday. Baby Lisa let's Let's talk about your book What drew my attention an organized crime. That's what that's what these wire-tappers want to hear about. They want they lack organized crime but they don't mind here about an crime. I got a feeling you had the. The man's name is Sydney heard in east from Chicago. And so that that was a you met with. You started in this business now. It sounds like he's kind of character. Oh my gosh I honestly. I was working on this book. It took me several years because I went all the way to the Supreme Court archives to prove his story. Because it's so fantastic and he's of an age I know. I hope that I outlive him. And I'm like I need proof because someone is gonNA say she made this up and I want to be able to prove it but I was in the middle of this when the movie. Catch me if you can came out so I went to read frank adding gale's biography and I got bored. I literally made myself finished his book because to me. His story is boring. Compared to what Sydney did Sydney's got fifty years of chaos. And he his one thing was. He didn't specialize in one thing. He got his hands in everything short of murder. That was the that was the main thing that kept him out of being a made man that in his father wasn't Italian he was related to made man but he was not Italian and so he but his story is fifty years worth of a criminal career and frank adding Gaels was ten and Frank Abigail basically just did the same thing over and over again and just got better and more proficient. Sydney did everything. The CON. Man Games. the flat foot Hustle in Chicago. The you know all these things he did something and then he ended up migrating down to Amarillo because his little Glen Ellyn in all those areas got a little too hot for him and so he migrated To Amarillo and became the amarillo arsonist. Twenty two years fires just popped up and he got paid and they when it came time for it. I mean because none of these things last forever. You're going to get caught. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA face justice eventually. And when he finally did they use those twenty two fires as a bargaining chip because they couldn't come up with enough evidence to actually To get him on those they we know you did it. But we can't prove it but we will drop if you will turn states evidence. And that's what he ended up doing but he was raised in Chicago in Glen ellyn He. He was raised around Flint Allen in northlake and he was. I don't know if any of your listeners know the Wheaton County jail he was the first one to be enlisted in that building and he was also the first one to escape from that building as a teenager. So the book starts out with in the middle of his escape from county jail. He lives on the run for a while and he ends up. You know hitchhiking all over the place. He meets all kinds of crazy characters in the process. But he's actually on the run for over a year before he's caught under an alias. He had kind of aligned himself with this teenage group and come to find out. They had stolen the car that they were writing around it. Well he didn't know this he said if he had known he would have stepped foot near the people because he was he had a rap sheet. These will just petty teenagers doing something stupid or when they got him down into a Florida Princeton he was in Raeford. He got down there in a time. Where the south hated the north and he was a Yankee. They hated him and he was told. You know they put him in there and they didn't know who he was because it was under an alias. He had stolen some ide- so it took him a few days back before the Internet. I think it took him quite a while to figure out who he really was because they had to send out but when they figured out who he was they immediately. Put Him on lockdown. I mean they're like holy cow. We gotta keep this guy and that's the kind of He had shoot to kill orders on his head when he was seventeen. I mean when he escaped from Wheaton he was always one of those that was very manipulative and he necessarily wouldn't shoot you. He would beat you half to death but he didn't really want to shoot you. There is something in his Catholic upbringing. He said I know most a lot of Italians are Catholic but there was just something in I sandy school days. I couldn't kill somebody like I would never admitted that till I retired. He said but you know he would get other people to do things for him and so he picked guy that he thought was crazy enough to take out the police if they got into a gun battle will that kid was actually younger than him but because he chose that guy he ended up having shoot to kill orders on him at seventeen because.

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"I think that that's probably the way he moves. I moved kind of stiffly myself But when he's playing Suren as a young man he's still moving the same. Yeah I think that that's just as body they corrected Pacino Chino on that. They said that you need to. He said you're getting you said you're supposed to be forty years old when you stand. You're getting you're supposed to stand up on your forty five and but Chino said. Oh what am I doing like. I'm forty six and that kind of laughed about it. They had. They said they had to work on that. Jumping up and take two steps at once and things that they would have done as young men N.. Especially HOFFA HOFFA was. He was a fireplug man he he ever seen any of those videos of him. I put I posted a couple recently. He was on the Dick Cabinet show. He was not you know he didn't creek and grow around. He was a real vital guy real energetic and and so many used I remember as a kid. Everybody when I was a kid. Everybody knew the name Hoffa. Now that's another thing anybody under fifty might not know that this might not know about this move but Hoffa was off offers like almost bigger than the president man he was he truly was the teamsters they could. They could pretty well elected president. I mean after all Richard Nixon pardoning thinking next time around for the Republican Party. Awful will be you know. He's back and he's GonNa get his votes to vote. Republican oppressor backed Reagan which they thought was they thought it was very strange. He definitely supported him. The other Republican and Pardon offer so say Republicans by that point in time. They've figured out how to divide the the union people had to pull him away from the Democrats by By doing that Wore an anti war thing in the seventies and so on fear in the hearts of all those working working guys is like what's going on today in a way and so getting a vote against their own interest for a union guy to vote for Ronald Reagan for president. I I mean what does that make. He busted the unions. I mean it was done. Reagan Reagan that unions lost so much power darnall with busting the the Aircraft Africa Controllers Union. He busted out union and they vote for Ronald Reagan. I made it a union. You know I've been in the Union you'll vote like your union elgible. They'll get the word around how they want you to vote. And if you're you're union guy that's vote. That was Chicago used to control the elections. You get out to the unions and you one of the wage Chicago a lot of ways to control. The the unions were one way to a huge legal power. Not only getting money. Out of the pit was yeah. Access tested the money. But that's a big source of power but but to control the vote and so that validations that's it's amazing. All right so I think we've done done this. I think we've ran the Irishman into the ground but it was a good movie. I definitely will much again. Especially since it's on Netflix up. I wouldn't go in the theatre again but I'll watch it again on Netflix. Three hours or so three and a half after you must have too much free time on vacation lowery. uh-huh occupied need to watch you fill out people killing each other all right folks. If you have a friend or relative as a problem with drugs or alcohol make your first call to I call. Call eight one six three six one fifty nine hundred or go to their website right. WWW DOT I go KC dot org. And don't forget I haven't movie out as you all know by now. Go to Amazon prime. You know you could buy it if if you want. DVD and I've got some raw interview interviews as my special features on that but And it helped me out a lot more. Help the podcast at a lot. More if you buy off my website website but I I appreciate all the support that all you guys give me out there and continue to give me we. Are we break even at least every year. which is you can't ask for for more than that and it gets all this fun to write GAM? That's right that's right man. Got My book leaving Vegas how. FBI wiretaps domination. Las Vegas Casinos. Get The kindle version because I attached a whole lot of the actual wiretaps to the kindle version and go go right online from your ipad while you're reading and listen to the actual wiretaps candy mob to wrap. That's just damned unique. I think it's just real unique to you So my job as you got digital. You've got against any BOB covered. That's right Breisach gone after we have had some tax on my website in the past but they seem to be over for now knock on wood. I had a guy get hold of me. And he said you guys don't know what you're talking about some anonymous party through email l. and he's talking about in the act like he's from Kansas City said. What about all these guys? It have these real nice houses and and don't have any means of income and I know they're doing some kind of an internet scams so I don't know I probably are just research and a guy in New York City. That was involved in what they call. All this was a few years ago was involved in a phone cramming scheme where they were Remembering used to have those numbers that you could call and can you Once you called that number then it would Throw big charge on your bill. Yeah it gets you to call that number or they had other scams through. There's there's one company That I think that's what they call cramming. They had other scams the company in in a porn site where they get your phone number and they they could start dart inserting just small amounts of money on a credit card or a phone bill and what he knows like four or five bucks. I have to go through mind. Find every once in a while my credit card bill and say what is that fifteen dollars for now for some other apnea make the CBS APP. Yeah CBS so it's five ninety nine a month. I forget that I've done it in these fees. Oh yeah they do. I imagine everybody out. There can relate to that you've got about four or five different little things on your credit card that come in every month and he can't really remember what therefore at an insurance policy that I got is an accidental accidental life and debt. That I got one hundred thousand dollars after. I left the police department because I go out. Ride that motorcycle and I do Risk and I thought well you know I'll just go ahead and get that make my wife a because it is very much. For accidental. Death and dismemberment. Yeah but I forget. That's what it's four and there's no that really say was force like thirty five dollars every three months or something like that. You know. It's like well. What is is is thirty five dollars for even called the police department pitching part of it and ask them? What the Hell is that for? Accidental death Insures Oh you got so many house so moving right along. I think that's all we got on this. Don't you cam you gotta think yeah. I think so now we we did did it and under three and a half hours to. Yeah all right Cam deny Gary using provided by our good friend and Superfan from Portland Oregon. Casey McBride Thanks Casey.

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10:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Jimmy made this restaurant and take him over to for this meat and and then you need to go on then come back when we call you. Pick him up and then they never call him and he comes back but I no no it just a hell of a risk. Yeah that's a hell of a risk of they don't know whether Jacky Emmy Cheque's you know. Be huge emotional burden for him to bear. I mean it would just be unbearable. I would think that he would eventually crack or he'd he'd do self sabotaging behavior where he'd get himself in trouble and then talk. They're just a lot of different psychological reasons why that would be stupid to do that now. Now having said and all that they did need somebody he would put off with these. I would think often didn't turn up yesterday. That's that's true. I don't know whether that sow Bruno could put him at ease. Jackie O'Brien good. At putting my knees. He could have said they won't do anything to me because you know they got jockeys he's out. Here's a witness. He's not going in this house but he would. We don't want him. I don't want him going out there. And these companies now. I could see where that there's some some credence to that from that viewpoint. But it's a hell of a risk and it could be. I don't know that Hoffa would've trusted Tony. Johny Jack to that point I mean that would be awful awful foolish because you know in in in the movie we see. That doesn't really know Tony Jack. That well he just sort of and of course we know Tony. Jack was HOFFA's guy. He was the guy that sort of brought off into the mob tone. I mean Tony Jack was was was a really important guy in the movie. He sort of the proof character. who sort of hang hang onto Tony Zano? which was which is not true at all? They were related through marriage. But Tony. Only Jag maybe could get him to do that under the guys weren't GonNa make peace and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have a sit down sit down. We're going to help you get back in now but we gotta talk talk about how this is GonNa Shake Tony. Jack was Tony. Jack was seen in the health the day of the murder. Tony Jack was at a health club. He was shaking hands with everybody. CEO usually he was kind of standoffish guy and he was shaking hands. And everybody. Hey how you doing. It's good to see us so everybody at this health club saw and shook hands with Tony Jack so again it goes so if Tony Jacklin there and Tony Pro was in was in New Jersey. Listen there's it's every there's every chance that that nobody knows about and it sure could be that the fracture did it but I mean they're they're guys is it Frank Sheeran was committing crimes back in the day. And these are recordings took place in the seventies where Frank Sheeran says on recording two guys that he was robbing with that he was committing crimes with he was like I wasn't even there until the thirty four. I wasn't even in Detroit for that wedding. Until the thirty first and these are guys that he was robbing with and likely wouldn't in and he was drunk when you're drunk and you're around you know your co criminals that's when guys start telling tales. He was if he was gonNA views going to say okay. Anything he he probably would have the F. B. I. Doesn't doesn't believe Sharon had anything to do with it now. Dan who was the big HOFFA researcher. He thinks Sheeran was involved solved. Somehow somebody got somebody got off into the car. If it was Chuckie O'Brien could have been really could have been the FBI around the nineteen ninety s started. Saying that. Chucky didn't have anything to do with it I do. I have read that and he would have trusted Sheeran Sheeran. That's true Sheeran until that book came out here. And always said he was not in Detroit at that time and then sharing said that Hoffa had written him a letter or something and thin and that turned out to be a fake. That Shirin had written himself. I know several publishers turned down because factually it just wasn't there. I know that he was supposed to go on dateline or sixty minutes and they they refuse to let him on because it just sounded like nonsense and I know that the FBI washed video-sharing confessing. They thought it was ridiculous. So I know that brand is was he was an interrogator and he said he interrogated Sheeran for months before shearing finally confessed to having done it now. Sharing is is in his eighties. He's got bad arthritis and a foot problem. You've got this writer sitting promising you a book deal and promising you that you can support your family that maybe you haven't done a good job for months and months and months telling you come on. Tell me come on. Tell me come on. Tell me maybe that would lead you to make a false confession. Maybe it wouldn't I don't know yeah or or laid yet to as you laid out the framework of how these book deals work and and how you know you mark that thing and and what would make it more marketable and make it really hit you know shared. He Bayer may not know this. But you and I know if you can have something like that on your cover you know. Kill Jimmy Hoffa gold man that that thing shoots and he ended up and then they end up with a movie deal so yeah Teheran and he would have seen that figured that out. And I'll say this there's been a bunch of evidence added in the denims that book. They've they've added twenty five thirty pages of evidence that proves these claims are true that the tobacco all the claims. The problem I have with that is when you set out to prove something is true and as law enforcement you can. You can probably speak to this when you get that kind of confirmation bias like you don't it's like with science scientists. Don't step out to prove theory. They try and test a theory. So if this if this Charles Brandt has publishers already believe something to be true. They're going to find every piece of evidence data or interview or anything that proves that it's true rather than trying to test to see if it's true in and you know I. I think you've probably seen a lot of guys who get caught up in that we. If you believe that somebody did something and you can go down there rabbit hole and you. Can you can overlook evidence to the contrary very because. You're you're focused on one guy that I've talked to other other guys who were law enforcement and they've seen guys go down that rabbit hole and I know that the FBI is done that kind of thing and and they've excluded other people. and Bobby Kennedy hated with Hoffa. He figured he went only for Hoffa and ignored the rest of the corruption and it turned out he was wrong long so I think that this Brandt has tried to focus on only sheeran and find evidence that only supports that Sharon did it in that confirmation on formation bias is probably gone into that book quite a bit. Oh yeah that's I used to notice that that when you had an idea on a case Who denic Kinda case and all of a sudden everything just seemed to be almost there but it led you on down on that path but it was almost there and it was almost there almost there? Then I'll send it in the end. It just fritters away but the ones that USOV and you're for sure you got the right person they like you know you don't have that little stream of things you all of a sudden. Have something something that you know you think. Yeah that's it. I know this is it. Then you may build around that but when it's just those little things that that come right after you think you know who did it That almo- almost but not quite they and their leader right down the path man. Dan that that's interesting. You'll never find the one that really locks it in now. That's interesting. What happens is sometimes somebody get a wrongful conviction because you you build up enough these little coincidences that you can get something going but You know when you got at the guy. There's no doubt about no doubt in your mind there is some smoking gun there that right that you know you just know you know. There's some kind of smoking okay gun and there is no smoking gun in. This was all supposition. That's a good phrase. Yeah you're that's a good. That's a good way to put it Gary. You're right so anyhow that's L it was. It was a good movie like you said I I to me. In my opinion I guess I told you guys. We're GONNA low speculation relationship. My opinion bit much better series Lack at four or five part series and and really go into Dorfman and and why what was was he doing the movie just glossed over him. We're not trying to do you know what was he doing. Why did they try to kill him? What's going on there the whole JFK thing Tang if they wanted to deal with that then they should have Yeah you know included Carlos Marcello in there and then Travel Kante and and some of the the other things hangs and getting guns for the Bay of Pigs for the Cubans. There's you know a whole bunch of different facts it can. You can have a whole hour our show just on that one right there in the mob involved in that and they weren't they did have some involvement. And and and you know that Jen Cana Johnny Rosell L. E. IN TRAFFIC. And there's a lot of information out there in those JFK files about all that stuff. Tell parole there's a lot of information evasive about that you could. You could easily build a whole episode just around that whole episode around Allen Dorfman. Is You know You know what. What's the deal here and old episode around Oh the Joy Gallo and had been a really interesting show more interesting if you develop each one of those incidents and of of course the problem with developing each one of those incidents it might have got you might really stretched. You're the believability to then put him in it when you really develop them out. George is It's to get but to get all those guys. Together you had Ari tells Angelo Bruno and you had you had D- Pacino Nicholson did Jack. Nicholson did hoffer ninety two. And he did a hell of a Hoffa Pacino. It was all right but I you know and they did that interesting with the with the computer technology making them look younger but still watching the seventy year old guy who might his face might look thirty five seventy five year old guy. I moves differently from the thirty five year. Old Guy. Notice that somebody else point that I noticed that Robert Deniro particularly I thought he moved kind of awkwardly. I don't know stiffly I don't know if he's seventy six years old..

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12:55 min | 2 years ago

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"It's a pissing contest right gary. I mean we've been from lines you've been frontlines with these guys. They're going to claim every I mean I mean there's nineteen guys who claim the HOFFA hidden that. That's just how it is they. Everybody wants to be the man everybody wants to have get that reputation learn least half some even like policeman will do the same thing there some deal with down and and everybody that drove by you know a few years later it'd be like they were there but all all they did was drive by on duty that night. So it's it's gotta deal. Everybody wants a connection to it or even like and and I'm not being derogatory about mom fans is but I get so many people get hold of me and Gumy about all these connections they have the family and related to them or their this or that but but the facts are all wrong so people will want to grab some kind of connection to any kind of those events so Yeah so so. That's just how it is and a real guys. You know those that do don't top. Yeah yeah that's yeah everybody wants connected. Yeah except the guys who actually did get it. They don't they don't want to say Shit and Gallo had trouble. That had nothing to do with the teamsters are with you know Bufalino and and and you know I mean he had he had internal trouble there with the Colombo's in in you know they just don't you know it just doesn't make sense dance. David get a guy like that to do it. What's interesting is he was also starting his own as sort of a slap to Joe Colombo? WHO had problems with? He was starting earning his own Italian American movement. I can't remember the name that I could. I could find it but so as as kind of just stick ended in the ribs of Joe Colombo Joe Colombo had the Italian American Civil Rights League. Joey Gallo had his own Italian American rights. Italian Americans of America Eric or something like that in the movie you see that Bufalino was upset because what Joey Gallo did was disrespectful to somebody helping American Italian the Americans or something like that and really joy gala went after Colombo for a different reason but he had his own pro Italian American. Just as a little little you know. Just a little shot at Colombo. But he was doing his own for the benefit of Italian Americans. Besides you know being a mobster turned making Italian. Americans look like shit to begin with but they don't do this stuff unless it's about money. The whole Italian American civil in writing was a total scam. It was a total scam. They were just pocketing all the money things about money. Yeah that and it collapsed after Colombo because his guys didn't want to run the scam after that they were pocketing. All the money they were you had to put one of these stickers in your window and basically a protection racket Italian business. It didn't didn't have the sticker in your window. Your windows get broken slick with anything. Yeah exactly I like you said it was an interesting interesting book. It was a good movie it did get a little long in the two. Sometimes my wife and I liked it. I've seen it a couple times because obviously I didn't like that stuff I wouldn't wouldn't be the Helping you out. But I don't know how much credence we can put into Sheeran's claims like you said he was kind of kind of the poorest forrest Gump of the mob. He he he got got hoffa. You've got Let let's go in order you've got you've got the RB Oswald's rifle you got the Bay of Pigs you've got Joey Gallo and you've got Jimmy Hoffa loser and Allen Dorfman in there too so I mean these are these are five major major events that sheer and he just rocked the underworld all at the orders of Russell. Bufalino who wants an important guy from lacking I don't know that he had that kind of pull and I don't know why everybody would come to him with all that it's macy's they are entity unto themselves. I have never ever. You've studied Chicago as much or more than I have. Have you ever heard of any outside mobster outside crime family having much no with Chicago now they know they they they do their own around the teamsters everybody has their own little partnerships but even even in that. They're all kind of fighting when there was some debate Kansas. The city pulled for Roy Williams and there was some fight about that and then Cleveland was pulling for Jackie Presser and there was fight about that. Chicago had their own guy in Detroit had Hoffa for a while until there was fight about that and then they had so. It's not like the they were all getting along route. The teamsters even even the mobs fighting amongst themselves the idea that they were just is friendly group of guys who you send me your guys I mean even within internal mobs. They're all fighting with each other so they're not just farming coming out jobs to random guy because this when you know cooperates with this one. The Chicago had plenty of muscle. And if they didn't you've got plenty twenty of local guys who can who can do the job really and you know they all had a vested interest in getting rid of off at the end though if you think this was. This was during the height of the Casino skimming the Casino Investment Scam. And somebody will leave. I know teamsters swear that those are all good investments. They'll get their money back but you know it was Kansas City had Roy Williams Cleveland had Jackie Presser Chicago had Allen Dorfman and Milwaukee had a guy named frank raining and together they could control the the pension fund that rather international Brotherhood hood of teamsters pension fund which was a Billion Dollar Bank for these guys and they could get loans and I've been part of a pension fund On the board. The board remembers decide. They want to make a loan or make an investment. They can just do it. There's really no governmental oversight. It's a it's a private deal unless it was on the board and he was on the board so so but Hoffa went off and wanted to get back in to run the union. He was a wild wildcard and they didn't get control all other guys Frank Fitzsimmons he. He was a big on van due to want to go play golf. And that's all he wanted and Roy Williams you know they. They had him waiting in the wings because they could control Roy Williams easily he was easily easily controlled by next Avella and Jackie Presser. They thought they had him under control. Now he was a top echelon informant all along but but yeah but his dad was run by Cleveland and they had generations of of running the pressures so who had controlled often. Nobody had control the offer. No Detroit lost it and I think that was the ultimate mistake. Bobby Kennedy made is he thought you lock up Hoffa and clean up the teamsters and really. The opposite was true if Hoffa had been left to his own devices while he was crooked guy he was also the only thing in the the teamsters it was keeping the mob in check at all. You know once once you release Hoffa you've got guys like Dorfman and even even presser was signing the checks and Dorfman and Fitzgerald. It's Gerald. I mean that was just hundreds of millions of dollars Center Vegas for these loans you know and even out of Boston. You had a guy named McCarthy. I can't remember Billy McCarthy. Maybe and he was he was tight with with all the groups up there so like I mean you've got everybody toady pro on the board. I'm Hoffa was the only guy who is trained rain rain at all and I'm not singing. His praises we all know how corrupt he could be. But that was a real. The mob didn't kill him because he was on their side. You they were. They were also at that point. In time they had started in Atlantic City but unable to invest in casinos. They could only get into down the ancillary businesses. Because they really can't that board tight but you know it was just a matter of time before they got somebody in the casino when they Antoni Tony Pro and and Philly and They were in New York and New Jersey. They would've wanted that access to that teamsters. There's money to loan to their own casino Straw man and get a casino that they basically own it could get him started so it was. Just you know Hoffa was he was a flying the argument and you know they had that play at it and plus the other out west so everybody had a vested interest in keeping Hof out because he was so hard to control the. But it's Detroit's problem. I know how these guys work your point if it's up certain families problem if a certain person's his promise your problem like joins block throw. They told him out in Las Vegas after all the hole in the wall and Frank Glutton they got caught and there's things were kind of collapse in that in Las Vegas and they said you know Tony you got to you got to clean your laundry up out there. You got to watch your clothes out there. Some words of that effect and when Kuwata found doubt about that he knew it was Tony cleaned up some mess in Las Vegas. This like it would be. Kansas City's job to clean up some mess in Kansas City. And then Detroit Dob which makes sense that Was it Tony Jack. Jack Loney Jack was involved in this and and that's that's you know that's factual now I think this Frank Sheeran. He probably had an sources that he knows what happened. I think he just inserted himself in. Well I'm curious is what you think as as a layperson an historian and a guy. That's looked at them. All across the board about Heaven Jackie. O'Brien his adopted son. I've got A. I've got my own theory on that. But what what do you think you know. I I think Chucky O'Brien's stepson has been a guy named uh-huh Goldberg. He's A. He's a professor at Harvard. He's been writing a bunch of bunch of books and saying that he's not happy about this. Because it's retrying Huffy chucky. I'm Jackie O'Brien in the public. Mild Name Doc. They're trying they're retrying him in the public eye I it's hard to say always maintained his innocence and I think that it with as much as went into the investigation and the FBI. From everything. I've I've seen. They think that sell sell. Julio did it. And if chucky had any real part in I think the FBI would really come down on him instead of a few months for this that or the other and it ruin it definitely ruined junkies life and I don't know that I don't know that he was at the point where the mob would have involved in even even accidentally. I don't know that they would take that kind of a chance with a guy saying hey could you go pick up your your stepfather and bring him somewhere. I don't I don't know much about chucky except that I do. I do believe that the mob would not take that kind of a chance. Just like how BEF- Lino is driving to Detroit. We know that they were going to Detroit. But I don't think that the mob boss is high bufalino would allow himself to be an alibi in something like the Hoffa murder that close and I right and I just don't know that the mob would take such a risk because if chop chucky where to break and say well yeah I I talked to this guy who told me to go here and there and I mean it would just is be too easy to trace that back I think and they never did traces back through chucky. I think that the FBI had a little bit of a vague on their face about that whole thing thing and so they gave him a few months for for something. But you you'd probably know more about it than than an Ivan I don't I don't know chucky had much to do with it if anything I of course don't have any personal experience with With Jackie O'Brien it. Just there's no no history that I know of about like Jimmy Hoffa being an abusive father for example or Jackie. O'Brien being really jealous. And he feels like he's Getting what he should. I don't know of any history like that. He had to have you know. What kind of motive would he have? And I guess support you know and in in theory the market come to him and they could do came into doing that and saying. Hey you know we want you to pick up your dad you want you to drive this guy and pick up your pickup..

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective Gary. Welcome all you are to present their. I'm here in Gangland Wire Studio. We've got our good friend. And a researcher and go host camellias Robinson on this guideline and and we are going to talk about the Irishman. The Irishman is the biggest topic. Going right now cam. Am and it's got millions and millions on on Netflix. Salva good movie. I'll say that a little bit long but we're going to discuss before we start this now. Don't forget he hit me up for a buck or two to buy me a cup of coffee or a shot and a beer. I've I've gotten a few shots and the beer here. I've gotten a few shots and beers here lately so keep it going Ted Beckett. Thanks a lot I really appreciate it. I see that this guy is a real mob fan. He's from the Moines Iowa West des Moines Iowa. He once was in New York. When the last Gotti trial was in play going and he watched Samudra von testify for two days? Now that would be quite a field trip with damn. I'm not there if you're going to see something. So this dude is he even was in Kansas City wants and he just didn't like follow those around it was just a happenstance and one of our local mob under lades Willie Com Asano. Junior senior was here on trial. And I can't much what that trial was 'cause they said Benny Binion casino owner from Las Vegas Happen to testify while he was there so I think I think it was probably Willie junior used to go out and gamble in Las Vegas on golf. Games is a pretty good golfer and I'll bet it. It was something to do with that but I can't really remember what the deal was. So that he he is a real mob fan. Let's see who else we got here. We got we got John Disown. Oh He's from. Kansas City made a nice donation. I just put Put some Rewards in the mail for him today. John so you probably had those time I am. I got him Ellen Myers here. She just made a nice donation center. A movie got Ryan Stevens Again Ryan. Stevens is a is a repeat offender here lately. Think he's buying Christmas presents. What he's doing with his I had several those you know I did the film festival and and a lot of people were buying extra copies of brothers against brothers. Because it's a it's a nice time to have a sum up for sale for Christmas. Mussa answering it so and you're getting a lot of hits on lay on Amazon prime since up there on prime now folks. I'd rather rent it for nine ninety nine. I don't get much off that prime thing. They Kinda Kinda raked me over the coals on that but it goes just do whatever you can and and watch the movie. Because I think it's a good movie and I've had I'm getting a lot of time. I look at seven five star reviews. That was several days ago. You Know Cam here's I can't I have to stay away from that because all of a sudden I'll start looking for another review every five minutes trying to find out how many people are doing some every two or three minutes drivers crazy so I just I just intentionally don't even look at it and probably have a few more reviews by now. I hope because it is I just. I don't know that everybody's told me. They liked the movie as well. It's exciting it was exciting me in a room full of people watching your movie and it was it was. It was a hell of a good thing I enjoyed. I enjoyed getting to watch it. Come together the other was elvin effort. You know small part of that ever helped me with that script because it's a need those skills I'm not the greatest Roger in the world so Camp helped me a lot and he came up with a couple of Nice little tidbits like When you set out to kill one brother bear be ready to kill them? All and picks of Allah was more Machiavelli than Mussalini. That's gold saint great came. I really appreciate your your help with that. So we're we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk. We're kind of. We're probably a lot of speculation. You guys know me well enough my now you know Cam. We're not big on speculation. But you know. There's all movie movie the Irishman. You know it was. It was a whole lot of speculation that I read that and it was really well written. I will say that it was in Gary. Remember when it came out it was my wife was working at Barnes and noble and I would go see her at work and I would. I would sit there. Read it when it first came out. I didn't know what the hell that meant paint houses. This is apparently not too many other people did. I never heard that before either. I don't know maybe it's Detroit Day or teamsters thing I don't know the camps cracking himself up go to start laughing and take a break there. you know I guess he I was like you know what got me not really remember exactly from the book I should but he was kind of like the forrest. Gump of the Mafia and the nineteen sixties and Seventies. Anytime something big to be their way. I can put up with a lot of that but he did know Hoffa. There's no doubt about that. He was a teamster he did know. Russell Bufalino a low side story on Russell. Bufalino had a prison guard in here from Leavenworth the other day in in prison there for awhile and he when he'd come to the commissary this guy was working around there and he said one time Linda was with with some of his underlings in protectors. He said he's just like in in the movies. There needs older guys are in prison. They've got some younger guys around all the time to make sure nobody it messes with them and and he and his little entourage were down there and he said Mr Bufalino said what did you do with Hoffa's body and this was before or the several years ago. What did you do with the HOFFA's body because it was always suspected he had a piece of it and one of the other guys he just got ignored him and gave him one? Look and one of the other guys that you can't talk to Mr Bufalino like that. Britain guards go inside story on A Russell Move Lido and and Jimmy Hoffa and a and that kind of thing so I don't know what what jumped out at you. The one thing that Gaga Guy Really done a lot on Chicago a lot on Allen Dorfman because involved in the scam that would jump. Data may what what jumped out at you. You mean delivering in the book a delivered the rivals to Lee Harvey Oswald. which I think was kind of strange because we know where those rifles came from? Ah Track that through the mailman right. I think he delivered. He delivered weapons for the Bay of pigs which was kind of a stretch They in the movie he drives to Chicago on. HOFFA's orders to go help a character. Who is Joey? GLIMP- go push taxicabs into the river. Now Chicago in the would have been in the fifties and sixties add quite a few guys who are more than capable all of pushing taxicabs into the river and blowing them up. I don't know if they would need to bring in some random Irish guy from from pencil from from Philadelphia Elvia to help them as much as muscle in Chicago. I thought that was kind of I. Don't know why they need to import a guy. Just because Hoffa wanted him to Joey Glinka was was a hell of a powerful guy he was. We don't see him much but Joey Glencoe ran the Labor in Chicago he was. He spoke pretty much for the outfit if it and he was their Labor Capito it just kind of odd. They would just ship in a guy for muscle in Chicago at the time in Chicago. That again that Allen dormant the thing I mean I know they did. Somebody did send him a message. Back semi did send him a message but a main he was he. He was a teamster but he was like right. Next to join Lombardo and it would have been Chicago Chicago they would not have farmed that out to some random teamster sir dude like that they they would only ones. That would have done that. Somebody else that had done it for some other reason they would have wanted to know why and and had approve of it and they still wouldn't probably would not allow him. Even if Hoffa said you know you need to scared this guy or toni pro or somebody said you know you need to scare this guy. A little bit etan shaky up but they would have done it themselves. Yeah they they wouldn't have vast some some mob boss from northeastern Pennsylvania They can send a guy from Philadelphia to help them out. The the Joey Gallo hit kind of bothered me. There's enough details details known on Joey Gallo and a COP named Joe Coffey. WHO's on a lot of the mob shows? They were pretty sure who did the Joey Gallo hit when Joey Gallo and his wife and everybody went out they. They really had seen Don rickles that night. That was that was true in the movie as far as whether or not he ran into. Russell Bufalino and Frank Sheeran and that night. I can't say they did go out looking for Italian food. They did not go out looking for Umberto's that was the ended up at Umberto's around five. Am there was the third restaurant they had tried to go to. Every other place was closed and Umberto's was opened late it was also co owned by family members Of matty the Horse Nello. Who was Genovese Guy I think and when gala walked in at five? Am with his with his family and his girlfriend and his bodyguard. Pete the Greek they walked in and there was a guy outside Lucarelli. Who is a little hanger onto the Colombo's and he was trying to make his way in and Lucarelli saw him and he was standing outside? You know joking and smoking like you say with With matty the horse who was a cameo and they see they see Joey Gallo walk in. Joey Gallon and see them so they call up. Yucca Valley who is the was one of the the boss. He was a high up in the Colombo's asked for permission. And he sent a bunch of guys over there and per joy. Gallows wife a bunch of little Italian guys. When I'm Balding Shot Joe Joey Gallo? It wasn't a big six foot. Four three hundred pound Irishman woman. It was a bunch of little Italian guys but I've read other accounts. There was a there was a book I read recently about a guy who said Yeah I ran into Joey Gallo one night and he said Oh. It's my birthday. Come with me to go out to Umberto's we're going to go get some clams in a turn. It's a good thing I didn't go because that was an anti-god killed so this this this notion that if you were in the underworld there's a bunch of guys who are on the fringes of the underworld who claimed to have met with Joey. Gallo in the periphery of his death. Or I saw I am that day right before he died. And it's a good thing I didn't hang out with them. Whenever there's a big event like that you're GonNa have guys trying to make a name for themselves? WHO said I was was right there? I was right there man. It's I was man if I if I if I had my gun with me or if I had been a little closer so there's always guys who after the factoring during the come in and claim some kind of you know the whole..

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city police intelligence unit detective jerry jenkins good evening. All you wear capris out there tonight. We're going to talk about a bribery attempt of a chicago police officer. I recently had somebody one of our fans. Wire-tappers out author asked me if i'd ever been offered a series bribe and i have to say you know kansas city. We didn't really have that tradition of bribery. By the time i came on in nineteen seventy-one now the nineteen fifties they did a up into the sixties and when we got clarence kelly was a former f._b._i. Agent as our chief of police he really rooted out a lot of the commanders inside liden him. They retired when they realized that <hes> <hes> there's. There's a new sheriff in town jail. We say so that that smaller time bribery <hes> did not exist in the bigger time bribery. I don't know we kelly's one that formed intelligence unit were worked at most of the time and so he started off with two incorruptible guys <hes> rake indian ian in jimmy doolan and like a lot of us we were they were country guys. They were from one of us from stockton. The other now jimmy dylan actually was from up by where i come from. I'm in northwest missouri from a rural area and and it was kind of like. I don't know we didn't really have that tradition. We didn't grow up with that. Tradition of people bill being able to bribe policemen so we didn't take bribes. There were some people at dan we we had our sheriff. Criminals are policemen who were criminals all along. They'd get caught every once in a while but mainly. We didn't have now chicago new york. <hes> is a little different story. There's a long tradition. It's institutional corruption corruption that in a lot of little ways they always took clean joey say clean money as opposed to dirty money never take money from narcotics dealers or <hes> somebody like like my guys if they got outside the the realm of what they were supposed to do like hand heart in chicago william had heart was a longtime police <music> officer sergeant captain went all the way up to commander ran a burglary ring and was really connected closely with the outfit but when a rural rural but a suburban policeman was killed by a couple of mob associated <hes> armed robbers two guys that worked with harry aleman and his crew crew why he made tournament and they had to tell where the body they'd buried displacements body and they had to tell where the body was buried so it kinda like work both th- ways guys who were a little too close with with the outfit <hes> who knows some people as like las vegas. Some people say they liked it when the mob ran it and it was safer nicer nice earners more customer service. I don't know <hes> but <hes> everybody everything is what it is and that's the way it was in kansas city <hes> in my experience but in chicago's a little different experience so i wanna talk about when when joya was coming up and how he got caught up in a bribery attempt by one honest policemen who worked for a sheriff richard ogilvie ogilvy was <hes> was a sheriff that took over he actually hired richard kane and had ended up finding fired him shortly after but they had cooked a cook county sheriff for period of time back in the sixties fifties and sixties i believe and and he was basically he was not corrupt utter. Then you know you got to be a politician you gotta you gotta do certain things to get along but taylor did not allow his guys to to take <hes> the smaller time briberies who who knows i mean he he got run for office again and they take money <hes> for their campaign contributions. I mean that that still goes on up to the day in which allows you access but i'm gonna tell you one story that i thought was kind of interesting interesting about this one honest policemen he was a he was <hes> vice unit officer. He might have been sergeant then really say.

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Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Chattanooga And W. G. O. discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Six dead thirty one others wounded in shootings in Chattanooga in the past couple of months CBT promising stepped up presence the deal with gangland violence river city company reaching out to those concerned about the just approve business improvement district in Saturday got W. G. O. W. seven west has the company's news release a statement from river city says the company encourages those who

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective, Gary Jenkins. Welcome while you are tappers. Good abbey here. The gangland wire studio tonight we're gonna talk about Louis lefty, boo Coulter. He was a longtime New York City racketeer in the twenties. And thirties, supposedly he was the kind of the street boss, shall we say, of Aberdeen stages, murder Inc. The enforcement arm of the mob, back in those days, he was the only mob member that I know of for sure that was electrocuted was executed by the government, it was put to death in the electric chair at sing sing prison on March fourth nineteen forty four along with him. There were two underlings Emanuel Mendy, these and Louis Capone, no connection that I know of to Alkap on all them were sentenced to death following their nineteen forty one New York state conviction for the nineteen thirty six murder of Joseph Rosen. Mr. Rosen, was a former trucking contractor who had been forced out of business by boop alter and his men at the time. Vs murder. Joseph Rosen was proprietor of candy store at seven twenty five center avenue in Brooklyn supposedly, he had been threatening in San putting it out on the street. He was going to assist the new New York City special prosecutor, Thomas Dewey was making a big splash publicly by looking at the rackets in the trucking industry, the infiltration of the unions. The extortion of the trucking owners and contractors. Joseph Rosen had once been in the trucking business and been forced out by book alter, and, and now he was had this candy store. Kinda put him in a vulnerable position being operating a store on the street in Brooklyn where you knew where he was going to be everyday. Now, left key boot now, lap gate, book alter had was believed of ordered as many as eighty murders in his career. He always insisted this one. He was completely innocent in these and Capone always claimed they had been framed also. But after being convicted in state court and several appeals to the appellate court were unsuccessful. Even though some of the reviewing judges noticed there were some weakness in the state's case, the execution was upheld the most recent postponement occurred within an hour and a half of their scheduled appointment with os sparky is they used to call him. Finally nine thirty five Thursday, March the second now here's some poetic Justice. Governor governor Thomas e Dewey ordered a forty eight hour. Stay in response to the last ditch effort by book alter in an appeal to federal courts. You know today that became common where you could go from state court in a state conviction and an appeal over to federal courts. The supreme court has made that a lot harder today it still can be done, but it's pretty hard to do. And it's kind of a book called her attorney had kind of novel appeal. He argued that boop. Alter was in federal prison for narcotics violation. And he had a fourteen year sentenced to do, but then he had this appointment with. The executioner. So their argument was that the United States Torney general. It was a man named Francis. Biddle had improperly released Buca alter from his federal case, so that they can put him in state prison and executing they wanted to go ahead and serve out his full fourteen year sentence, I guess, in federal court, anyhow. The very last minute. Thomas did telephone they sing sing warden and. He called father Bernard Martin, who was the prison chaplain who took were to the three death house prisoners. This was the six time their date of execution had been moved. And it was the closest that come to electric chair so far within an hour and a half. It's reported that they showed no visible emotion probably would be pretty much emotion doubt by then to get within an hour and a half of your appointment with the electric chair, they'd even already said their goodbyes dollar family members. There's a, a pre execution space that inmates thick name that dancehall. They already been clothed in their death suits, which was a pair of black pants and a white shirt, they shave spots on their head to allow a clean connection for the elector for the electrodes to go into their head. I thought they shaved their whole heads. But I guess they just shaved out spots for the electrodes. They are eating their last meals. The lunch was steak, French fried potatoes in a lettuce and tomato. Salad with some roles pine coffee and dinner was roast chicken, mashed potatoes lettuce and tomato salad again rose and coffee again, private like to head a drink with that. But I guess they don't allow you haven't drank. We see that in the movies. But I don't think they really do some newspapers reported that Dewey was agreed to order a stay because boop altered said he would cooperate, but that didn't happen at ain't happening. So that's March the second March, the fourth federal and district of feels courts are unwilling to involve themselves in this case, finally, the last possible chance for appeal and another look at the case and some time away from their date with destiny Saturday, March fourth one o'clock in the afternoon. The US supreme court rejected without comment in the appeal from these three prisoners once again they had to go through their predate. House execution. Preparations. They went back. They went back to the same dance all to say the same goodbyes and would be burger Bukhatir spent the day with his wife, Beatrice, also known as Betty had a son named hurl Beatrice supposedly urged her husband, the killer, left, key, Bouc, alter to save himself by sending out to the US attorney a message and say hit cooperate. He said, no, no. The best I can do is get another delay of six or eight months or maybe a year and the way it's going, I'd rather go tonight, understand that enough is enough unless I can get it commuted to life sentence. And then they didn't really have the witness protection program. They didn't have saved prisons, they could send you to there'd be, you know, he is going to turn on. And it stays you and the other people in murder Inc. The New York Bob bosses in nineteen forty four a no way no place. He could hide into prison system. And apparently they weren't willing to let him go. It's kind of hard to let go the FOX or the Coyote, or the wolf when the sheep are still out there, the prisoners repeated their same last meals that they had on March. Second some things were different on March fourth. However, family members were permitted to stay about a half an hour past the usual partying time of nine o'clock. You're gonna be executed midnight then. Yeah family has lead by nine supposedly book Alder was allowed to wear a pair of pants. Instead, the black, and there was no telephone call from the governor that night. Beatrice book alter met with reporters after she left the prison that night. And she read a statement from leprosy his statement is this, quote, I insist that I am not guilty of the Rosen murder that the witness against me lied, and that I did not receive a fair trial. Four out of seven judges in the court of appeals said that these Capone and I were not guilty. Judge rookie said that we were not given even remote outside chance of any fair consideration of our defense by the jury, and that the evidence wasn't strong enough to even submit this case to jury. The one and only thing that I've asked for is to have a commission appointed to examine the facts. And the Rosen case, if that examination does not show. I'm not guilty. I'm willing to go to the chair, regardless of what information I have given or can give at eleven o'clock that evening, Louis Capone forty seven years old, followed father, Bernard Martin into the death chamber twenty four witnesses observed newspapers later reported that Capone was selected to go to his death, I because he was the weakest emotionally and physically in recently had heart problems. I guess they wanted to make sure that state killed him before he died of a heart attack. He said, nothing when he was strapped into the chair. Electrodes were attached to his body. They said his lips could be seen as moving in silent prayer our father who art in heaven. I'm sure over and over again, then they slap a helmet with a large electrode inside of it, which score sponsor with a safe shaped patches on his head, and they put a face concealing mask. Over his face and put all that on his head. The executioner was a man named Joseph, France Franceville. He said at the cheer controls after at two minutes after eleven he hit the first brand killing shot, he followed it with several more jolts apparent this burned the life out of Louis Capone three minutes later guard pulled open Capone shirt, Dr Charles sweet check for life signs. This man is dead. Sweden announced guards came removed. Capone's remains placed him on a cart and Willem next door to the autopsy room a minute later after Capone left he was standing there waiting Emmanuel vs. Thirty seven years old walked quickly into the deaths chamber with rabbi Jacob cats by his side these indicated to one of the guards Thomas Kiely that he wished to make a statement these looked at the gallery and said, I'm here on a frame, case, I'm innocent and. God. And governor doing no, it, I wanna thank judge Lehman. It was the appeals court judge that thought they were probably not guilty. He also said, give my love to my family and everyone. And I'm innocent were his last words visas turn in chair began about seven minutes after eleven four minutes later his lifeless remains were removed Lewis leaped key book alter is next up rabbi cat steps from the deaths chamber to join Boucault or an escort him in. At forty seven years old, let walks in competently, and silently. Journalists struggled to find some sign of emotion in Iraq. It tears movements or expressions. They saw nothing run one reporter claimed he saw lip quiver. Another notice some redness and perspiration on Buka alters face. Another wire service reports suggested that the prisoner was so dazed that his attitude could have been interpreted as indifference. They found a guard later on reporters found a guard that made this comment. The other two were frightened, but left he was paralyzed new York Daily News reported that book alter was not only calm, but cooperative is placed his own arms in a position to be fastened to the chair. He leaned his head forward into the death delivering helmet executioner France Sal delivered the first shock into book alter at thirteen minutes past eleven so it took thirteen minutes from the execution. Three men. The four shock was completed three minutes later and Louis Leakey book alter. Was dead. They were able to the bodies.

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

15:43 min | 3 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective, Gary, gene. Wire-tappers welcome to part two of our two part interview of Dutch-based organized crime reporter David Moreau. So if you have not listened to part one, I recommend you go back and learn how are subject Welham Hollander became a famous master criminal in all of Europe. You know, his first crime, you may be even seen the movie or heard a movie kidnapping FREDDY Heineken, while he was a guy that kidnapped beer, baron, FREDDY, Heineken and collected about twelve million dollars. So settle back and listen to this second part about the story of the kidnapper of FREDDY, Heineken. He never left the underworld..

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"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

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15:11 min | 3 years ago

"gangland" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police telling unit detective, Gary g. Evening. All you average out there. We're doing another little bonus episode of gang-land wire Irish dean from Ireland one, why friends who I've been communicating with off, and on for last two or three years had a suggestion. You know, I put out last week, and this was his suggestion that I put out a call for people to ask me questions about my own personal law enforcement career. And I thought it was a pretty good idea. So if you have any questions about me, or my lows are not do personal. I guess about my law enforcement career primarily get hold of me on gangland wire gmaiLcom or my Facebook page gang-land wire, or you can make a comment, you can contact me through the website, WWW dot gangland wire dot com. Don't forget, if you have been mo- app. Buy me a Cup of coffee or a shot in a beer is Mark Ron did recently with his. It's been mo- account also that been mo- number that, that been Mokoena's gang-land wire or like our friend, Brian paisley just did night made a nice little donation through the website. The donate button on the website and your movie is on the way Brian. So I really appreciate your guys support appreciate your input, your interaction on my Facebook page or if you're getting questions about anything about crying, particularly why get hold of me. So here's one of the first questions that I have wish dean, I really appreciate this. What was the first murder you came across as law enforcement officer? I think back my.

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