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AJ Benza Talks About His Time Hosting Mob Parties at 'Rouge'
"Crew got a junior's crew was very different. Gambino died back in 1976, and John Gotti was behind bars thanks to testimony from Sammy the bull gravano, but while he was away, his son John Gotti junior started to run the show and intimidating people like stratus who owned restaurants and nightclubs. This is back in the 90s. So John Gotti and his crew stratus says, that's what they lived on. They would shake down every restaurant from the upper east side to midtown. And as a new kid on the block, it was stratos turned to pony up some dumb. Or at least that's what two have Gotti junior's top honcho thought one night. And stratus was not a big dude, not a musculo, but didn't take any shit. He said, what do you guys want? And they said, we want 5000 a month. We're going to break you in those every week. All right, so let me give you a quick answer stratus says, go fuck yourself. That's how he was. He had no fear at all back then. A couple of nights later, someone starts throwing black paint on the dining windows every night. And stratus would go out and scrub them down each morning to make sure to have a nice and clean again for that night's business. Ralphie Coppola noticed this is happening. And he said to stress, sit tight. Don't worry about nothing. I got this. Two days later, transitive phone call from the Ralphie's guys. Tell them to come, they will restaurant called ferrier, very popular vistro called ferry on the upper east side. So when he gets there, Ralph is there with Bucky and all the Gambino composer in the back sitting around. So he sits down with Ralph and Bobby and the 5 heads of the Gambino family. And Ralph basically says to the guys in the Gambino crew, listen, this kid is with us, and you tell John Gotti junior tobacco. What for if he doesn't back off, this thing's gonna escalate. And stratus has said his head just spun around, like, you know, the guys turned around and said, all right, we like this kid. He's a good kid. Don't worry. We'll talk to John junior. We'll squash this and lo and behold, it was squashed. That's the kind of power Ralphie Coppola had back then. And just like that, and I know how this goes because I was put on this protection as well. Stratus was under the protection of the Genovese
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"They were much more colorful than they are today. I people ask me. I mean give much credence to what was written in the papers back then well if the cover core proceedings generally i think bizzare mattress worthiness to that. What was said in court. What happened when you get into the analytical stuff the stories then you take it with a grain of salt birther. The writing was very colossal. Sorta rounds out the picture. Yeah it does it does all right anti defined. I appreciate you coming on. Thanks tony by of folks that ends and other gangland wire episode. Just wanna thank you all listening and roll your nice apple. Podcasts and other podcast app reviews and then nice comments. You make on my youtube page on my facebook and questions. You ask on my facebook pages as most of y'all now i upload my zoom interviews on youtube so he can see what my guest looked like in real life and also but most of those on my gang lenoir podcasts facebook group and in in regards to those facebook groups i've got to one is facebook page gangland lenoir facebook page and the other was my podcast group and the group of smaller are 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 go to the gang-land wire podcast facebook group and remember if you support the podcast with donations. You'll get an invite to my monthly lives. Zoom calls where we'll share stories answer questions and sometimes have guest speakers and generally have a good time lot guys will be sent back in there dan with a cigar in a drink and we just have a really good time on those monthly zoom calls the main method of making a donation is on my website. Donate page you can use a credit card or use paypal but you can also buy me a cup of coffee or shot. The bear with your vin mo- after make any donations that you automate. If you do it on vin mo- make sure you get me an email if you wanna be on my zoom call. I asked for donations to help. Do my next documentary and lot of you guys really responded big time and i'm being able to pay people. Let's go have a little higher production values. And what i've had before. I'm getting really close to completing net. It's about kansas city organized. Crime and politics aiba titled by late. It's vote fraud here again. Politics in the mob. Don't forget about my previous documentaries. Gang-land wire skimming from las vegas and brothers against brothers develops bureau war. Both those can be purchased or rented on amazon and finding last night. I'm selling in libya. Loan is my book leading. Vegas the true story vow. Fbi wiretaps in mob domination. The las vegas casinos. That title is a mouthful and forget to get that book. You're gonna find that. I use a lot of the actual wiretap transcripts from skimming investigation. And if you get to kindle version. I got the audio's those wiretaps and you just click on a link and you'll go to that other website and it will allow you to listen to all those wiretaps i think. That's kind of unusual so go to amazon and get that book and get in the kindle version. And if you don't have a kindle amazon has pre kindle software for your tablet your phone. Now i'm gonna let you guys go. But i i wanna say that gang. Wires supports the veterans administration. Their programs help veterans out with. Pdf's date you can get help with their hotline. Eight hundred eight seven three eight two five five and then push one or you go their website. Www dot ptsd that va that go. Thanks a lot for listening. And i must credit all music to our good friend and frank castillo expert gazing mcbride from portland oregon checkout casey's frank castillo facebook page uncle.
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Identity. The laci kill the guy in the prison. Yard turn out to be. The wrong guy wasn't connected to any plot to murder him. 'cause i got the laci in more trouble and the only way you homicide prison you're going to cover your earlier troubles where this is really trouble. He decided to turn into the big cooperating witness against the mafia in particular. Geno vi's because boss genevieve's crime family so it was in the laci saw the light in decided to become Was the time. The major government witness against the mafia. And you know the hearings that spawned in congress testimony in it was quite a show and he snared Are allegations didn't mean anything because january's already jail general deny basically said that the laci making up stories history will be the judge of that area. He was involved in several watershed moments in in mob. History it so it's a and he was these mama's realize direction further these events was also a negative for him. The appalachian meeting turn out to be mobbed. This astor you really causing a lot. Resentment for his profile high profile as a result of being a preeminent new york mobster put him on the radio of narcotics that putting into trouble ultimately that was the stroke is back in he got sent to prison after what was short run as boss he really was star cross as it were as a boss. But look at it this way. The jimmy's crime family today is still main after beat agenda and that's his legacy no matter what happened to no matter how stillborn his career was the top us. This crime family is still known as generous crime family. Nobody else would not lucia on notice. That i've always often wondered about that names of crime families and how that stick the gambino family and got a desperately wanted to be the gandhi family. I think i don't think that religion in popular consciousness. And i guess actually the brass is the one who decides what the name of family is over. The long haul masino also wanted to change the name of the banana family masino crime family. I didn't go over well. Nothing happened gadio. Course you know you probably right. He probably did want it to be honest to god family but these modern day is hard from genesis. But ana handle casey right the old times. Yeah those are the names that a stock and it's interesting to see how the legacy continues. Today i tell you what if i was a mob boss. Today i would not want to be the jenkins crime family first of all. It doesn't have a real ring to it. But i don't want to eat bad would happen today. You know you're out front unique crime fame. React yourself or your the noun boss on the street you can enjoy the heat of more force so much attention gonna be so many attempts to ensnare you. In rico cases racketeering cases that some worth it everybody today he was working on. The street is st boston's trying to keep low level door. Various degrees of success but You know what the attention today you know need to have all the attention all the resources of enforcement coming down your head. I work organized crime against steady for fourteen years. Thirteen fourteen years and even the children of the savelli family who were just guys. They never really became anything. It really tried to become anything in the mob but they had their own little drug things going on. I mean you can't believe the resources that came down on them just because of their last name. Thanks grandpa or thanks. Great uncle for that last day because they didn't get away with anything at gave. You know pretty decent sentences to do what happens. Get the attention. Casey against you. You don't need this. And the so many informants out there so many people waiting to be cooperating witness. There was a joke. Somebody said that the best career has in howard beach near you. He worked out of queens is to be a cooperating witness. Doesn't have 401k's long rams retirement programs so the only way to do is to make it yourself would be cooperator really at that. That meant about him taking care of your family when you go away as many a guy debunked that myth and with their direct experiences. Michael de leonardo is a one example and there are several others. You know they just don't do it least. They didn't in his case and several other so through one last thing. Tony really appreciate you coming on here and tell me just a little bit about your research process now. I know you do free information act request and there's a lot of mardi out there online but they're so heavily redacted you have to go beyond the freedom reformation act request from the fbi what sources us yay. Interestingly when i first started years ago back in the seventies we didn't have databases in have a lot of trial history and some of these cases that new reservoir of transcripts proceedings results. Negation what we had to do is go through the newspaper archives. Very laborious process. They all readers guide periodic literature. You now if you didn't know things you had a start scratch today. Not only because i am the institutional memory of some of these criminal cases. Some of the history where you also have is a more extensive database collection where you can go back into the trial you can go back into periodical articles government records much easier now to do this. You can do your desk when you're moving your fingers. Caskey what also you have this very resource or anybody doing this kind of research to sing the national archives because they're often the repository of many of the trial transcripts in court records of these cases. I use extensive Particularly in the big heist crenca stelle our envied agenda. He's got the help of people with national archives in new york in in washington so springs maryland. They're providing some treasure trove of materials and also to not forget your state law enforcement. Go into those archives. So you had all of this vast amount of material that you can call through also with digital resources you have the digitisation of newspapers own favorites and you can go back on some things like newspapers dot com or whatever ancestry dot com or whatever and you can go back the smart want and you cannot only get big papers for your area but also some local. Databases have local newspapers which provide other information. Project on prohibition for a newspaper newsday. I found a lot of interesting stuff on some of the local newspapers which are now in digital format. Call us up. And then luke give you all the leads and it's great there it is folks the deadly. Don vito genovese say mafia boss by the am destefano so tony. I really appreciate you coming on. And you've been really enlightening. As far as i'm concerned on that research. Finding those old court records to the national archives. I've stumbled onto those here in the last couple of years and it is a huge trove. They've got to be so old. Got to be like that twenty five years old. If they were any noteworthy they do a good job. If they think they could ever be of any interest anybody they'll save that file the digitalize it and save it and you can get it on. Cd's even it's quite a resource back to the nineteen twenty something very recent so you prove your point. Really and newspapers dot com. I'm got onto that. Those all riders especially back in the thirties forties and fifties..
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Fell on connex case was a right. The federal narcotics had it in for somebody like these and they had him on their radar. There was a live activity on the federal side. Tracing narcotics from a variety of sources mainly europe but some from l. from asia jetties. The evidence showed it is subsequent trial that he really wasn't involved in heavy. The dealing transactions smuggling this stuff was coming out of places. Like cuba emporia rico. This at that point was still while narcotics. Traffic still somewhat open. Because the castro hadn't taken power yet and was considered a source point layer of course swisher operations to puerto rico because cuba became lost. Van you after. Castro took power. The revolution was underway. Really wasn't much they could do. So smuggling crews geno his comrades as it were used puerto rico and it was a lot of trafficking that was going. Ally shipments places like los angeles. Las vegas miami were involved in the transshipping operations and ultimately what happened. Was that the feds. For bureau of narcotics turned informant sky cantaloupes and rican immigrant. Who can't united states lived in chicago for sure in kingston to new york. Where sort of knocked around doing this god while drug dealing in ultimately in heroin and he was the one who after he got in trouble of course flipped and was able to give the federal bureau of narcotics. The ice slender elegance that resulted resultantly indicted on it was a very strange transaction. The only substantial evidence they had was a federal bureau of connex agent sitting in a restaurant new york city and supposedly with the earshot as jim was introduced to catalogs. And saying he's all right. Any kind of a ratification or giving them a stamp of approval of being a good guy for the doping and that was enough when they put the case together to ensnare jenny's into the heroin operation. Apparently big case people indicted over the spinoff investigations combined along day. And dima papa dios big garment district guy john or minto nother big. New york gangster invaded. Jan was also the case and ray dining. Everybody in fifty eight wasn't long after fact. Genevieve refused to testify congress the annihilated anyone trial and the despite his protestations of innocence he got convicted and got his long prison sentence which was basically the death now for him because he died prison than nutshells what happened yet. His death protesting his innocence saying he was framed. In of course appeals to not. That's what happened to him. He had a very short career as boss on the street. Because don't forget now fifty seven. He really takes her family in a fifty eight. He is charged Prison after that so he was like john gotti in some sense. He didn't have much time on the street. As the unfettered boss. I comment i ever. Maybe it's just a little couple more details that move from cuba to puerto rico. Didn't really realize that for. I think that's that's not real. Well known that they boot is true. Yeah there was a lot of smuggling going on via cuba. The heroin early in this conspiracy to search altered market and shooting point when the castro started making trouble because it became unstable uba and they had the switch switch to islands just off cuba puerto rico and as well as why rico mainland itself. And that's what happened. And the interesting thing in jenner faces case biases argument meant so to speak that he was framed was i was federal agent shot at his house one day a new jersey and said i wanted to speak to her. Genevieve was very cautious suspicious. About why this guy showing up tell me frame you know trying to make a case against you for publicity purposes and gave him some information. Take the federal court was. This guy was a federal asian making these allegations and there was a full blown inquiry. This guy begging door was his name federal agent. They didn't investigation. And it's not clear. Who is telling the truth on this. Begging of january's is house but he denied subsequently sang some of the things that he said he said and then i can go anywhere although stoke genevieve suspicion that he's being setup later after generous got convicted catalogs. Try- recant his testimony. There's in the hawks. All described in the book of detail new turns out one of the other defendants set this up in. I guess coerced cantaloupes Half-hearted reaching tation of his testimony and then later recanted it all sort of collapsed. George repeals place and they spent his remaining prison where he died. Wow so i guess one last thing here have a couple of questions at least about your research process on these bob guys. That's the laci thing. He was in atlanta with joe bilacci. Who now blotchy was a soldier in the genovese family and that family gladdy thought that he was been set up to be murdered for some reason. The laci wasn't atlanta with jenny's a rally shared a cell for while the laci had his own drug issues drug cases. That gotta sent to prison. And he sends the laci that he was being set out to be killed in prison by early. Eddie was joseph depot ammo who was annella drug defended genovise and.
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Not out of that meeting especially that was huge headlines huge then they had a grand jury afterwards it put on everybody's names even more in lines so curious about something lucky. Luciano told a story in his book was the last testament of lucky luciano about his confrontation with vito genovese. Say at that cuba meeting sposa lately. I read it was that genovese went to him and said you know. I've got information that cuban government is being pressured by the us gammons. They know you're hearing they want you to go back to italy kaz. Luciano was trying to move closer to the united states and luciano. Genovese had been the one who told the government about him being in cuba and beat him up. What do you think about that story roseanne. Same passages luciano's last customer. He said generous. Kalu just before the summit in havana that yourself down i'll take over. Be better for everybody and lucia. No of course not gonna have anything. That knee read janis the riot act and it was clear that he did not like vase. Thought him a scheming. Kinda guy ultimately luchino also relates a story. I don't know if you remember this in the book you. When she said he got into basically a fist fight in mcdonagh's hotel room in nevada and the image. These two gangsters around now. A fight wants in chicago sense. I'm not sure necessarily believes it because lot sooner. That's we just can't verify how john related certain injuries Sustained that fight. They didn't swear what we later. Now about genevieve's medical records. Which i was able to read from his prison days. So did it happen. I know but it would've been a hell of a fight. You got the worst. According to john course the guy right in the books going to be the winter. That's a with utopia. I just can't imagine these little middle-aged men roller and scrap it on the floor and one beats the other went up and unless one has a couple of guys hold the other one while he works him over. I don't know. Would you be more likely to factor but really happened like luchino alleged. It happen so genovese makes a move on frank stella which i think is interesting and one of the more interesting stories out of those that nineteen fifties new york mobster amelia. Shall we say at tusla bit about that. Well after luciana was deported to italy in nineteen forty six they control. The jenner was became crime. Family by default earned by arrangement really went to apostolos he was more preeminent. Guy of of the click hit a political connections. He had the savvy legitimate businesses and was a more favored caretaker for rubio which was supported generous resented that in always wanted to be the more powerful because each sense that after he went through his own legal troubles that he'd really share the illegal business and really resented that so ultimately in nineteen fifty seven again. That was another worship year. Genevieve's teamed with vinny the gym and the ambush style as you went into his apartment building on central park west one evening and was shot. He was waiting in the head and of course survived but he got the message and he decided he was going to retire and turnover. Essential control of the family to jenna. These which is where it remained at least a little while the suspect being run round the land for a couple of weeks but ultimately was caught brought to trial in acquitted. Especially after costello's said. I don't know who shop and classic mop stories where customer turned around when he heard the words. This is for you frank. The gun went off knows one wounded the head. Although he wasn't killed stella got the message. Murphy wanted i just retired. Grow orchids out on. I really you know that. Compare contrast those two mob bosses is like the yang in the yang. If you will of mob bosses the way they conducted business. Costello was known as the great negotiator and dismayed that up. But you know the prime minister. He formed relationships to make money all over there. Really all of the united states even here in kansas city down in louisiana to make money off a gambling on a national nationwide basis on genovese. Was this fear. Narcotics dealer is main claim to fame. Was he was so violent. And murderous that people scared him whereas castelo you can make a deal and mex- money with gusts. Del at those two guys were just polar opposite ends of the mob specter. You say serving jellies in his younger days of particularly accused of carrying out homicides later in the thirties forties other people doing his bidding and he had the reputation for being a rough character. He wasn't physically rough with people as mature but deny he people do his bidding particularly that click from the side. Otani bender stroh anthony stroller and some others jammies dab legitimate businesses. So that sense. He was similar to costello but they weren't very successful businesses in a really didn't have his finger into some of the major. I legitimate rackets like the slot machines and gambling operations which style had a significant piece of costello had the political connections. That genevieve's didn't have in. That was a support. Power base back in the thirties and forties in new york and into the fifties to generally didn't have that so he had to rely more on a muscle hardcore illegal activity than say costello later in life interesting. I guess the last case the narcotics case it put him in jail and they ended up which is kind of unintended consequences ended up with job. Lachey became famous as i real. Well no mob informant that outlined it for the public and the government as well but mainly for the public is the federal. Bureau of narcotics. Really watching these guys and document the mafia. The fbi wasn't back then but the f. b. n. or federal bureau narcotics was so what was that narcotics case.
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective jerry. Welcome while you wire-tappers out their backyard in the studio gangland wire ethnic or tony destefano on the line and on the zoom call. He's got a new book out the deadly don Story about vito genovese. Who was one of the more interesting mafia bosses. It came out of the nineteen thirties forties and fifties. He was long-serving boss. You exceed the cover of the book. Welcome county really glad to have you on again. Thank you for having me so. Let's kind of go back to remind people some of your other books. You're pretty prolific author. Tony jaa got his boys talking about all the guys. John gotti surrounded himself with as as said he did not do everything he did alone. Nobody does anything that they do alone. He surrounded himself with the whole rogue's gallery of contract killers. Fixers enforcers build. You know his little crime empire which really didn't last long. You've got the big heist take on loose tanya airlines heist nineteen seventy eight gangland. New york the places and faces of mob. History mob killer. The bloody rampage of charlie. Charles cornelia mafia hitman mafia madness and murder. You've got king. Godfather's the story of joseph big joy masino. Thank you have another one too. Is it vinny gorgeous. Vinny oranges ugly story of new york. Mobster and i think i don't know if you mentioned the franko. Still top who've of deluxe another one. I did not. I did not are right so as every covered them. All man i tell you what you you. You're the bit of the mob historian alive. A lot of words memento quite fun. Let's talk about veto. Jeddah basic of the things. I think is most interesting. Is his place in. Those mom meetings started off with back in sicily. Labia attended a meeting with lucky luciano. And in the meeting and cuban. He was just a central figure in that international narcotics trafficking that the mob dead over the thirties forties and fifties road the veto. I was in the united states after he emigrated here in the early twentieth century. He went back avery in the nineteen thirties with saying murder. Indictment breathing down his neck in brooklyn a return to italy and live there. And he got tight with mussolini's government mussolini's son-in-law and say mussolini himself and he. I apparently doing meetings there with people involved in the narcotics trade. The meetings you went to what we've been able to learn. I don't think he was involved in that. Nineteen fifties meaning and pereiro. Where a lot of the american gangsters in some local cecilia mafiosi met to solidify procedure in the heroin trade. But he was involved. This was jenny's in a meeting in one thousand nine hundred forty seven point six early forty seven. Nineteen forty seven in havana. Cuba were luchino team. Back to the western hemisphere. After being exiled to italy deported where everybody had been meeting with franken via gender vs chicago crew anesthesia was involved whole sue people. They around narcotics as well and that was a meeting rare. Josh supposedly demurred didn't want to get involved but everybody else was trying to figure out what to do about it so for so against it. Alternately javanese was involved in a very big narcotics case here hundred fifty eight in new york which ultimately autumn so he was involved in at least one. Major meeting obviously was known still here in new york with salon. Meetings rally on that's in a nutshell was is involved. Here was involved part of that. Yeah see black. He was involved with the appalachian meaning. Actually he had adult albert anastasia had been killed and when he kinda liked though. I remember right. He was one of the people that really wanted that meeting to happen. Trying to assert himself is as more powerful as he moves on up. That's true. I mean the appalachian meeting in nineteen fifty seven took place some weeks after our anesthesia was assassinated in the. Barbara's share new york a veto. That point was trying to himself. As the preeminent new york city gangster in push from the meeting was a little meeting before that so weeks before out in new jersey and group got together to sort of have pre-summit some away there was some pushback from the chicago law. They want to go to places like appalachian upstate. New york Town actually and they said look we own chicago. We know the police why you wanna go to a place like appalachian where you don't know anybody. You're not sure. Police small town no resources. Why go veto nonetheless. Pushed in. Had some support. Some of the new york based monsters. And that's where the meeting was hell. No 'cause you know. Many of your listeners viewers now disaster state police sorta stumbled upon it and the gangsters were pictured trying to flee the meeting some running through the woods others trying to run the roadblocks police. So it's kind of a disaster for the mom got so much attention. They had so many problems. Some of them got indicted oviedo Ultimately those cases were thrown out but it costs a lot of trouble. I think a lot of resentment towards agenda vi's for pushing meeting in appalachian really i accident. It affected us here in kansas city. Our new boss suit was really under the radar. That time was on his way there with an old boss from the twenties and thirties. Guy named tano cocoa and a new boss. Nick sabella was a young guy and and he had religious taken over but he way under the radar which you always lacked stay and they got caught up on a railroad station on their way north to this meeting so that everybody can city no his importance on a national level. So that's the deal. If they like to keep their names down law the good ones like chicago and kansas city. And the better ones in new york. They like to keep that low profile and let so law enforcement won't focus on him so much.
"genovese" Discussed on Kickass Boomers
"But so the two of them came together and it's originally, as I wrote, I had one piece, which was start to finish Memoir and one piece, which was start to finish Genovese song from 1942 when she left home, and she left home in New York City. She was seventeen years old, my gosh, got on the train all alone. Travel to Vancouver British Columbia joining a skating troupe Really Brave that's real but she wanted to do it. Oh that was her dream was and it traces her pass all the way to the time she returned home in nineteen forty-seven and to find out she was pregnant and the time she spent in 1948 managing her pregnancy. Pretty much on her own own and then through the process of surrendering. Me. And yes, I had these two stories. There was book one and book 2 and 1/2, that's about the best I can do. And I finally, I, I had an editor who looked at it and I said, what do you think? And said, I don't like it and I said, well, show me something but her and she took it almost like a deck of cards shuffling. And it's sort of tells the story, a little bit of memoir, a little bit of that. Yeah, that makes it more interesting life. Oh, it worked out beautifully. It really does work out beautifully and it, you know, it starts with Genevieve's, what starts with me in the cemetery, in New Jersey. Yeah, I interestingly or another coincidence. The cemetery in New Jersey was in Jackson, New Jersey, and it ends with us in a cemetery in Jackson, Georgia. Wow, what a coincidence. Yeah, entering Genevieve's and her husband's ashes. Finally, oh my gosh. And finally, putting them to rest that way. And that was, you know, that was the conclusion and it you know it could not have been a a more poignant poignant thing for me. Yeah, and it just, you know, it just kind of, you know, watching you from the other side because she was stuck in that closet and here, gosh, I'm going to my son, my birth son, to find the story, and Barry may need a, I need to be buried, who knows, who can do it? Says Preposterous, I believe that. Yeah, I'm a Believer in such things. You know. I think those things happened. She wanted out of that closet and it helped. You would helped a lot of people to get that. How it's interesting, you know, when I, I was very tentative with my half-brother because it's, it's a private matter those? Yeah, it is ashes khong. In his possession and pray and one day, you know, I finally figured out it was economics, that, that limited is being able to do anything. And I, I said, Ted, what do you think about this idea?.
Throw the first Stone(wall)
"In the early hours of june twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine new york city police raided the greenwich village. Gay club called the stonewall inn. Let me set the scene for you. Gay clubs were much more than a place to get drunk or look for love in the nineteen sixties and frankly all the decades leading up to it. They were not exactly accepting of lgbt people. Being queer wasn't only societally unacceptable. It was against the law same sex relations between consenting adults or illegal in new york city in nineteen eighty and you could be arrested on the street for not wearing at least three articles of gender appropriate clothing now out on a limb here and say that men in skirts found themselves on the receiving end of that one a lot more often than women and slacks did understandably. Lgbt people flocked to gay bars and clubs refuges where they could socialize and more importantly be themselves openly. You still weren't safe there though. The new york city state liquor. Authority penalized and shutdown. Gay bars arguing. That the mir gathering of more than three homosexuals was technically disorderly. These regulations were overturned in nineteen sixty six thanks to the efforts of strident activists but things as simple as holding hands with someone of the same gender was still illegal so police harassment of gay bars continued. There was another player. In the game the mafia the mob saw profit to be had in catering to the displaced and disenfranchised gay clientele by the mid nineteen sixties. The genovese crime family controlled most of the gay bars in the village in nineteen sixty six. They purchased the stonewall inn which had been a bog standard bar and restaurant renovated it on the cheap and reopened it as a gay bar. Stonewall inn was registered as a private bottle bar which did not require a liquor licence because patrons were supposed to bring their own liquor club attendees had to sign their names in a book to maintain the club's membership facade. Police initially left the stonewall inn alone by dint of regular bribes from the jennifer easies patrons benefited by the fact that the police hassling the owners but it also meant that the owners could run the club as they saw fit which meant as cheaply as possible. The club lacked a fire exit. There was no running water behind the bar to wash the glasses. Though there was plenty of water in the drinks themselves and the less said about the bathrooms the better
"genovese" Discussed on Not A Single Fork
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"genovese" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"With Sam Shane this is the K. became morning news time out of time Kelly brothers from Genovese Burford and brothers and what are you watching most closely today Kelly told a little bit of everything in the new bond we talked about retail sales numbers and also the how quickly entertainment is evolving apple Sony have struck and Sony have struck a deal for the new Tom Hanks movie it's called greyhound cost fifty million dollars to make it to World War two battle ship movie apple's banks only seventy million dollars for fifteen years of streaming rights so this will not be going to the theater but apple seeing that there's high demand for because people are stuck at home but there are there's a lot of competition to more streaming services coming online Sony will retain the right to distribute in China where there will likely put it in theaters but here it's not going to the theaters it's going right to apple a TV and Joe Rogan's bus signing a deal to take his podcast to Spotify in that spike Spotify's stock yesterday the Joe it's worth about a hundred million Bucks hard to believe a podcast but that is the new media and not new but it certainly coming online at what there was a number here I wanted to bring you know I can't find it right now ad revenue from podcasts up forty two percent last year to six hundred seventy eight million so that's one of the reasons you're seeing such a big deal side market overall today higher gaining back the losses of yesterday strong retail sales numbers out of target lows targets online section of a hundred and forty one percent Dow up for a one to twenty four six oh seven nasdaq up one seventy three ninety three fifty eight the S. and P. F. fifty one points or one and three quarters percent gold at nine seventeen fifty four an ounce oil up five and a half percent ten year bond yield point seven one Kelly thanks a lot we'll talk to you again in a half an hour want to spend just a little bit of time this morning talking about governors across this the United States of America the powers that they wield in the court cases that are now popping up on not just in California but all across the country questioning their power and what they're doing with the state homeowners and so on and Wisconsin we saw an example of this there was a recent ruling out of Oregon we can talk about it just a second but we have judges and a whole bunch of levels in several states that have struck down orders by governors on Alexion's gatherings worshipping in churches so first of all we're gonna place a few clips for you for from ABC legal analyst Kate Shaw in this first clip she explains what's going on in this country most A. constitutions do give their executives product already in particular to deal with emergencies but there are limits to that power and their limits both in scope and interpretation and sometimes their particular procedures that have to be followed to activate those emergency powers and some of the successful challenges have basically allege that these print the right procedure just work follows so here in California governor some is being challenged on a number of fronts and and and and and a variety of court cases and that's what we go to Wisconsin where the supreme court in Wisconsin overturned the job of the governor's orders to stay home orders and then we go up just north of us Christina and you have an Oregon where the Supreme Court ruled in favor of or alongside the governor Pete brown who said he got a stay at home yeah it's interesting that the impact that judges are having you know whether they're they lean one way or the other having on this so KHL goes on to explain that the their powers the governor's powers mere this severe crisis that we're in I think the law puts a great deal of stock in sort of how active the emergency is so I think that any executive branch officials power is at its height in the early days of an emergency and particularly one like this right where the numbers were just climbing up at such a shocking and terrifying rate I think as we move further from the height of the crisis the power of executive branch officials to you know to spend a lot of business as usual we'll wait so in the world of economics I believe they call that diminishing returns right well she makes a great point gap in the early stages of the crisis someone's going to take charge right and I mean the governors wanted to be protecting their states and they did but now you have even you know legislators coming back and saying I don't know if it was so good to spend the money and it's easy to Monday morning quarterback when there's a crisis happening unfolding in real time you got to do something about it but at some point I mean how long do those powers extend well you know what and that's the questions being asked over the state capitol here in Sacramento this morning a lot of people are questioning how much money's being spent by this administration right now he's coming back and asking for more in their lawmakers single out of wait a second here I spent enough to cause a checkbook enough let churches reopened there was a letter that was sent to governor some speaking of powers warning him that his orders are violating the constitution why this could lead to a power struggle we've got that coming up in our next half hour that story the top stories and news from the neighborhood it all starts in just three minutes with thank.
"genovese" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"You know a better education inexperience getting out there and really living it. And she didn't doing totally agree to end up just with. I know you give back quite a bit. You have the different rallies and different charities that you go back to. When did that start? And do you wish you coulda started sooner and even on a scale of course I mean. He always wished she could have done more earlier. But you know I think the timing for me. It was right in my life where you know reached financial point where where I felt more of a responsibility now to give back and and and it's one thing to give money Which everybody does and I just? I like better turn me to to to to donate money to be able to raise more money. And that's how the car rally and and the boat rally started you know it was better for me. Create an event and have been raised. Five twenty cards more money then just to give the money and And as you know those eventually become incredibly successfully brazed well in excess of twenty five million and In the face the world foundation the other big charity of the ball as well. Dan Cooper Canada You know and so as race in excess of twenty million as well so they being being great functions to be involved with and still happy to say I'm still involved in but I think that's so cute especially I mean. I think a lot of people don't don't commit to them because they have fifteen million dollars five million dollars but maybe it's just a one hundred dollars. Winning is participating. Yeah exactly what's really appreciate the time? What's the best way for people to kind of follow you and and saying touch with yours? Going on out there Well both instagram. Obviously Bobby Underscore Jenna. Vi's anger score is my Is My instagram. And of course stay. Start bobby genitals and Yeah people encouraged people to follow along. you know. I'm Dan I don't use it a lot but I'm on that as well. Do You keep your your website up up to date pretty much I do back more of what is in my immediate arena But follow my adventures. My trips and all the other things like doing its best to go to instagram. Totally agree well. Hey Bobby I truly appreciate the time. I don't know how to thank you Teenagers well hoping Pash Cross person when these days great. Have you ever come out to Los Angeles out here? I'll do that for sure. I've never played author. Thank you bobby. Appreciate the time but.
"genovese" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Travel Wentz podcast. I'm looking at Bobby Jennifer. How are you today bobby? I doing great. How about yourself so appreciate the time doing really well actually lobby. You have your quite the entreprenuer where to start do you have such a wide ranging Background Your Business Starting Person Entrepreneur Polo player philanthropist. A Great Dad. What else am I missing here? That covers a large spectrum. Should it be Asian? Myself as an entrepreneur's entrepreneur. Lucky enough to make it a lot of things they've done and and now really interested in and helping other entrepreneurs get to get to where they need to be to be successful. And how many days a year do you think you're on the road traveling for all your work? I would say You Know I. It's a difficult question against for me. word in play is almost the same thing if I'm traveling on my boats I'm looking at different opportunities and clients fly in fly out or business partners or associates. If I met by ranch in Ocala as you on new earlier this morning we spoke out looking at other opportunities here in Ocala or just taking off and Somebody relate is always on the go. I can't stay in one place too long. I I need to keep moving. I don't know why but inherently I am most comfortable when I when I moving from one spot to the next and I. I find a lot of business on the same way if I'm not on the road. I kind of get squirrelly. My Wife's like what are you doing? I know it's so true. Your kids are a little bit older now but did you take them with you on quite a bit of an expert. I do I did. I think travel is the best education you can give your children's so from our home in Argentina in London England to Canada our summer home No those kids have got more air miles at this stage in their life and some people will ever have lifetime. I dragged him everywhere. The word you dragged them wasn't always easy to get them to come believe me shot but once they got there. They loved that muster. What's the best way of traveling for you for business? You're probably paying. I'm blessed to have my own plane. So that definitely that definitely helps and You know and then obviously the boat I mean you know. It's amazing where you can go to sleep in one country your wake up in your floating him Inside another country. That's that's the best way. Obviously a little bit jealous of your tagline. Yeah so more fun than US I have to. I have to try and catch after that. It's true it's true. Have you found the what's the best way for you to balance your work and your your life as far as your friends. Your Families Missing Appointments Missing Birthdays. I I really don't Again I pride myself on being a great honor so I try not to miss an advantage. Humanly possible honestly. Look in the mirror and say I've certainly being the more than I've missed and and if I'm not with the kids the kids are which wherever I am so I I've been incredibly blessed that way and and they as I said earlier I arrived so much of my personal life in my my older all working life for me. It's one in the same. Do you think that's possible for other people to do or or at least strive to do and I say that because when when I traveled a lot I used to focus on just what I was going to work and do working then get home now? I tend to take more time and enjoy the trip in the process. A little bit more and didn't have passed. And Take it big sheet grinch. I you genuinely love what you do. Which obviously you and I were than likely you're going to be successful at it. And they were successful. Usually the money will follow you know for for me. I enjoy the journey sometimes. More than the destination and You never know what you're gonna come across or where you end up which is which is what makes it so. God give us. And that's I always tell people to is when you're travelling. Don't don't don't close your eyes and just focus on what you're doing. I mean I always look around and see what's around me and exactly. Yeah Yeah and learn gift you know like I said when when when I first started really traveling a lot for work it was like well let me just get there and I still meet people that are like that and I'm like Oh did you go to the Louisville Back Company tour. Oh I didn't know that was. Yeah what's the what's the hardest part of traveling for you? I mean you have a pretty good. But are there any parts? I mean you know there are times when you are on the road and you just you know you do. Get tired you know. I'm having my my wrench renovated here so it'd be mean Shelton Hotel. The last unites and believe me I would much rather be at the ranch and the ill-chosen so You know the best couple of nights of sleep last United States You know there are times you do wish you just had the comfort of your own home stuff your own kitchen. Yup Yeah that would be That'd be answered that one with as far as your question background. I'm more of a Western background. You're more polo an English. I guess I do you. Incorporate data gear travel. Well Yeah you so much. In my life wish equestrian with mypillow career and then my daughter is following. The most of questioning light now revolves around her. You know again i. I've just been incredibly blessed by falling in some things that I absolutely love and it's been a wonderful experience Sort of doing it all with them. Do you think your your success because you stayed focused on specific things. Have you tried a wide range of things and then found what worked at that point? I wish I you know I. I don't think there's anybody that works in my twenties and thirties. I mean I was focused. As you get focused as you can be on on being successful and luckily just banned something that's fell into my My sweet spot and I and became very successful at it. Get your hustle came from your your schooling or lack of schooling. When you're growing up Jesuit. Yeah I was just focused on being spoiled. I mean I. I obviously wasn't scholastically. Inclined as you had mentioned my Undergrad degree. Nine but You know I I had a An amazing work out which I still you know I. It was a lot of people that could certainly outsmart me but not a lot of them that we're going to out work and I think taking that work ethic into an area that I was successful at in the stock market and junior start up companies by focused there I I could be successful and And I was obviously amazing. I mean between you know. Yachts praying and Ranchi aims and homes around the World Polo teams. I mean it's been it's been I dream that I could never have thought it teenage years. Whatever about Wendy's when you think that changed. Is that when you started? Trading discussion with one of my best friends. The other day who grew up similar than I did He actually went through university law degree and he became. Ceo Warner Chappell. The largest music company in the world. And we were both saying that you know we were both sort of lost into our early to mid twenties and that we all sort of JR stride And we were both hungry to succeed and we took that that hunger and and capitalize on it and you just say with our own children how do you create hunger highly You know an inherited you know can get teach it you know. What life lessons do you give them? So it's been a big thing but Yeah it took me into my My Early to mid twenties to really hit my stride to become success. That's interesting because that's what my daughter's earned their mid twenties right now. Twenty four and twenty six and I tell them I go. Don't you know when they graduate? College? I was like. Don't worry about it. You know no one figured out just yet especially at your age because I was like I didn't finish I didn't finish. I didn't I started college. Didn't finish it but then you start working hard work to to bare it all true true. How has technology changed your travel? If you can go back twenty years ago think no cell phone no no Internet and then two holidays too. I mean tha mind you and I used to have to search for dimes to work. Pay Telephone on the corner and it's all our parents we're GONNA be late when the guy which quarter and And Harbor Those Days. It was long distance. Show people full of quarters to get the time to make a longest and call. I mean I remember those. I remember being happy when I got a corporate calling card so I didn't have to carry change any more. My God to you're way ahead of me I never had one of those so Yeah like I don't even think that old and I remember all of that like yesterday. I can't believe crazy crazy. I think technology is amazing. Now just the work that you can do while you're traveling or doing things. It's it's truly amazing if I return do you ever try and unplug. When you're when you're I mean obviously I would think you're you're crossing the ocean solid near and again you know. I never really understand that like I understand. Like for me. To be unplugged is more pressure than being. I'm like knowing what's going on. I like touching base with people. I WanNa know what's happening with businesses Wino- what's happening With projects and got on the goal for me to say unplug and Like like not interesting. Class like that would be stressful for me than than than not stressful area advice. You'd give young people. I mean I always talking to two athletes or musicians or business people traveling. What advice would you give younger? People you know high school age that are looking to get a job and maybe they're thinking they wanNA travel travel. I think that's the best advice you can give them I. There's Josh P no better education in the world and traveling. The different cultures pupil the different businesses. And I did all learn things you come back where and.
"genovese" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Along with Sam Shane this is the KPK morning news let's talk to Kelly brothers who Genovese Burford and brothers another down day and boy is it down the state is down of course are you still doing the half hour ago talk about timing G. B. B. our little firm moved yesterday so that we don't we planned this month out and who who you would have to know that we would pick the day where the Dow has biggest point drop in history to a pack of the computers involved in mining mode did you how did last night go for you at home did you go only well they would buy an actually great credit to our ops team and and and are attacked him as well because the computers and phones are back up and running this morning in the new place so work were back in business which is good is just just strange timing for us all but that's that's the way it goes market today is is down again but was down over a thousand points that it's been proved a little bit said that but the question is when will Byers step in when will the fed that bin or other central bankers around the world and of course how hard is corona virus go United slashing their flights to Asia today and travel agencies reporting about a ten percent drop in traffic in just last two weeks here are the real time numbers this morning Dow down seven sixty eight to twenty four right at twenty five thousand the nasdaq down one fifty seven at eighty four oh nine S. and P. down seventy nine points or about two and a half percent gold you would think is up but it's not it's down three percent at fifteen eighty seven ounce oil down over six percent ten year bond yield another record low today of one point one six Kelly thanks a lot talk to get in a half an hour we got an article to flee from a student from UC Davis there's been some coronavirus concerns on that campus we're gonna get to that in a second right before we do I have a question I have I got a follow up with you on that say what you just did about eighty percent of the drugs that we have in this country that we use that we consume either whole or in part are made in China right the number and several decades ago they used to all of you to be made here in the states I'm listening to do you're segmenting okay how do we get to this place why why are we producing so much in China as opposed to here is it is it come down to money well yes so it came down to so a few years ago like in the early two thousands this is according to the author of a book called China Iraq the China started making love simple things that we've been making for a long time penicillin and vitamin C. and they dumped on the market for super cheap prices also the undercut the market right right and then people started moving manufacturing over there because they saw all of from from a money standpoint this is advantageous you can make it over there more cheaply even have it packaged over there and bring it back into the country and so the big American companies just couldn't compete so globalism was a big part of it and the different types of drugs the variety of drugs also that were being made what we are now learning just how vulnerable we are becoming to a you know any situation in another country interestingly enough this author said you know it looks at the risks of having China make most of our medication and she listed of conflict or perhaps perhaps lapses in safety standards she didn't even bring up this current address which is disease shutting down manufacture okay I'm sure going to be doing more of that in shows to come out well I got to get to this audio clip there's a student UC Davis has displayed mild symptoms associated with corona virus being monitored in their home and want to play a clip from you this is a sophomore Cecilia Gera Foley a student UC Davis she has a friend who lives across from Kerney hall that's where the student lives confirmed with the coronavirus at UC Davis this is a clip from the Sacramento bee's interview with carefully and how she reacted when.
"genovese" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"View the world from our system will read the impact catch the Genovese why am I trying to fight for life on the sides three I was told hello health and hope but no heart glad that way two three can I come at all he let's go dot com welcome back to the war more real we we'll have it for us yes I've at thank you for your and you have multiple look for any possible and you're repeating what I really I mean it's alley and you come in hello in writing what I love that and award and do that thing your to be on I was in you'll have I would and cat my visit and the in you're on your Merion from the help you know and it takes you're right you know your question hi Jen told the truth I active you know he had you know and nice you know is it in your I know I you do something at the research great care not always hello to you to help you today thank but hello press the week our I was a part okay around hello should you lien holder off can't can't they the a early research on let's see owner looking Labrador region all the more people you have you you won't second you want to be but in the early bird we are out of rich read about wherever you are able to elaborate thanks very you need not more in them I am ugh he's see them into your body I will have to wait I have I think you're very personal do you know the you may do you read the life we had it sent from and to be in a it is where you level for I'm told her we are your one side in are you able it took in in and reward Hey four five pride in all we know have more I've been there you know okay seeing the importance of will just help with the eight sixteen it will born in like you we had meeting and grit eight police planning tool you're on the level okay we knowledge Breitbart the type the world we don't for me in the right out who are we met in and seeing the huge oak it's more a little bit more to it being a little bit what you might fine let me treat IT how in the world your answer is to work in the long I'll be your own work road it's been pretty yeah we made for school part number and the panels yeah the Texans division we would be in order right we will leveling what are we look to you is the above nine and we love it yeah the deal is we accept hello nine U. S. for nine it'll be do you I thought there the night and the please also so nine okay has about yeah in a it's hard well in the end you know what even in on we will no I only to find the time and right that to where we have to put you take anything through Dan or mass you for hold on and back really told us.
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Because if you got people working that closely just like New York unless you've got some some some leadership there you could get guys fighting pretty quickly interesting. They got like on the The the different agencies like we had a deal wants an independent ahead of murder three in Kansas City and we had one of them at independence in independence got onto the guy and then they figured out. They got license plate of their murder so they ran over to Kansas City. 'CAUSE THEY WANNA snagging and they don't tell us ah we need snagged him took him back to independence. Why were the commanders? I was looking for. They were bad. Had we had to have the chiefs that get together and Hash out jurisdiction who knows no different than if is in a company or a police departments or whatever whatever to. Hey you've gotta have managed but in order to issue out these disputes between these guys. Interestingly I I think what you see in the East Coast is to in in this this this crew being out messages demonstrated is the West Coast. You've got one city and you've got one family and that's it but in the east coast where things are much more dense. You've got more shipping routes. You've got more traffic lanes. You've got a lot more everything. Boston is a major harbour with the hub. That goes all all over. New York's got a big hub. There's there's major hubs major thoroughfares. It's a lot more more dense population. There's a lot more people to step to steal. It's so that's I think why the GENEVIEVE's they wanted to plant their flag there. And so we've got a guy here and we'll whatever whatever the patriarch is Are Not into. We'll we'll we'll take a piece of and you know it's just your satellite office and it's not going to be your biggest money maker but you'll take everything you galley really interesting. I wonder if it was sure would be interesting to know a little more the history. You'll never know how that came the B. did Did Ghaffar did he have relatives that rory out there in Springfield Massachusetts. How how did he have to go out? There have been like I mean. He was a mustache Mustache Pete. At one time he was born in nineteen he was he was old ninety one. I I can't remember. There was something about him. I think that he was from the area originally originally I. I'd have to dig more. Because he's he was a but yeah I don't I don't think he came in from New York. I think he was already tied tidy and and for a while. New England was run. It was just a just a bunch of little crime groups before Patriarchy came in really united. Everything he he really he was. That's why that's why you see. Two major hubs in in in New England Boston and Rhode Island because it was a series of smaller towns and Raymond Patriarca really went sort of unit. Sort would've pulled it kind of like what Mussalini did and he got everybody under one under one roof top interesting. I guess the Springfield crew would really be just like a crew from what you're saying. It's not even like Kansas City's relationship with Chicago Milwaukee's relationship because they had they were their own family now. They were observed subservient but their own family. And then like Nick Savelli even get up to I money that he didn't really really have to because he wanted to keep a happy you need. He knew the importance of Chicago and keep them happy they were it. Yeah they were they were a crew they had they had to. They had a turnover percentage. Whatever it is to to to generate surveys in New York and then later on you see when they had a lot of infighting Need New York got involved in and they sort of promoted one guy over another and that led to some fighting and they felt they weren't getting enough from the current leader so they they got involved in the inner politics and so New York does play sort of a role in and who is the WHO is. The boss. Sir Likes to stir the pot a little bit. They're independent to a point but they do. They owe their allegiance to to New York. But it is in a unique situation. I can't think of anything similar to it an anywhere. I've not heard anything quite like this. So it is interesting now kind of who were who were some of the personalities strongmen in that over the years and you've got this big no sane who was in it and then you've got these three brothers who you you see it and you still see. They're they're the sentence the belly brothers SKIBO SKIP belly and out. Big Al's Gabelli and Tonysk this capability. That name floats around because they've still got some nephew or somebody else who was just arrested recently on on a loan sharking skiing alone. Somebody five thousand dollars to play the lottery a not a very good investment. It is if you're thinking about making it up take. It took him back at thirteen hundred dollars. A month of big was was thirty thousand dollars so I mean it was that big coveting loser about five thousand dollars. I'll I'll tell you what I brought somebody because I thought I had a really hot stock and and you know I eventually. It was just not so stock. Is One thing borrowing money to play games grades. Mean unless you know that unless you know. It's fixed AH so Matt Guy Carla Master to Taro who. We've spoken about briefly before when we're talking about a poor job dry. He was go but he was a go-between Worcester Massachusetts was kind of an independent down but but he was officially. Part of the Patriarch is and he was kind of the official. Go between between the Genovese is and the and the Patriarch is that crew. And then eventually when when William Graciano who raised all that trouble that we we spoke at an earlier show it was Carlo Master Tara who had been around for a long time he was the one who eventually setup Grosso for for execution because he was. He was stirring up too much trouble among the the Genovese. And the Patriarch is and trying to take over the PATRIARCA Jarkko family and Master Tatar wanted wanted more peace so he he stepped up and helped execute Grosso. But in this in this genovese evasive family. You've got the the skelly brothers and they ended up taking over after stand. Cafaro died and then there was an old Guy Santaniello who is named as matter except that I saw it again because his son popped up recently he was he was a pretty mean looking guy. Hi who was being arrested within the last year for for loan sharking and for wasn't witness intimidation. It was it was constantly re being arrested up in its very active crew but recent news reports. That New York said they don't like dealing with them. They're like dealing with a bunch of bunch of this their words. They said that they're like dealing with a bunch of little bills. They don't like they don't like dealing with with With the with Springfield nope and the Springfield guys. They tend to to kill each other a lot. There was a recent story that you might like. We're going to get into Phil Leniency. Lina here here soon but the much much later boss in the eighties guy named Al Bruno. Who was the head of the Springfield crew? He was was tagged with with executing somebody so he and his buddies set him up and they were going to hide in the barn and the guy was gonna come there with promises of playing card game mm-hmm so the guy shows up to play card game will. He's wearing these gortex gloves. So he can't squeeze the trigger so the Guy Walk Sam they get off one or two shots. Can't it was cold outside. They can't pull the trigger. The guy runs away gets away Sir chasing him but he runs into a runs into somebody's house also they can't shoot him so a couple years later this out. Bruno is sitting around with affiliate Nettie of Philly family. And they're laughing about executions gone. Gone wrong as as as you know you do. When you're a lawyer opposite somewhere wrong at the street I believe that happen? You believe that I will go into the details. But so Leonardi Years Mrs may not say hello a funny story and then Leonardi goes to Leonelli remembers the story when he's whizzing and he says you know this random guy how Bruno who was the guy in in Springfield and he told me about this. Hit Blah Blah Blah cops traced back and Bruna went to trial for it at the end up eating a beating the hit but then he got killed two two weeks later be during a power struggle in this crew and in those I mean these guys are constantly killing each other within this within this one crew I mean but but yeah he he told a story couldn't couldn't pull the trigger because of the GORTEX gloves and and then ten years later Philly Nettie informed on him and based on that the police were able to track academics and and really interesting. I felt the Anani that book. I think it's a mafia prince or something like this. Why the better ones? I really enjoyed that book so I wonder you probably don't know and they're probably nothing about this. I wonder if they if to be a made guy if they were they open. Open up the books that would you if you were brought up through this crew. kind of bring people up. It's how they'd done it. Kansas City the made I will will take somebody on is almost like an apprentice. And every time you see them they'll be together and so I wonder how that worked. If that had they had to go back to say somebody said Yeah we need him Medo or did have made people sit out there. Were a a couple couple of incidences like you said where we're this guy was the mentor of this one or this one was the mentor to this one and that led to different camps. Because this one you know one guy led led another one and they ended up splitting up in generations but you do see that sort of leadership role where where one guy takes on the leadership role of another one and that's that that eventually does lead them getting made now now And there is. There is a guy who eventually became the leader guiding my dinghy our Lada. He was he was the protege of Al Bruno. The Guy who couldn't shoot because the GORTEX loves and he started going back and forth between New York speaking into the actual genovese leadership trying to brown-nosing is what I'm caught so he was sucking sucking up to the big bosses and he started Started telling tales outside church talking about well. You know Alberta's not doing this but if I were boss I could do it for you. So the genevieve cheese in New York actually made made him inducted him unbeknownst to know who would have been his capital. Yeah they went around him run around his Campo and made him and then Set Him up and had had Bruna murdered and then he took over the crew so he did he was made by the. VC's he leap-frogged frog over his own. Capito who was then the boss who was the capital of this family and he was made and then he he had his own boss killed so You Know Oh you..
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"It's they're talking about getting this other guy who has people around him and and Willie Kamisawa was caused. Avella's good friend and Carl's telling nick he said well Willey said that. AH WE'VE GOTTA take off the limbs before we can get to the trunk and what he meant was killed off all the guys you know friends and people in his organization they they will get to him. So that's That was his kind of thing and nick was more yet. Okay we make a deal. And here's what nick did as another typical sophisticated Kinda way a machiavellian way my When these bosses of like Patriarca might work is is a sparrow? Brothers were mad at him and they floated a rumor out. There heard that their oldest brother was killed by an old Fall partner his who had just gotten killed himself and and so well how convenient convenient. You know currently it's Does some time after doing a job. With the Knicks Knicks gets killed and then Currently miss a two years later gets killed and then they flowed out the rumor. Well curly misses a one that kill Nick and and so you guys wasn't us. We took care we care vamp Water under the Bridge Weeks Curly Midst for you nicky. It's good it's good now. Didn't work but you know that's that's That's what I love about these guys is. They're not just you know you got the The the Hammer the the mallets out there. The sledgehammers allege hammers. But you got. The scalpel is out there to the scalpers are what makes it fun to learn about and work on. Yeah I like that. I like it. Cameron all right campus. It's been a heck of a story. I guess Di Bernardo ended up getting killed. Yup Internet came. Internet came in Edberg. Much did away with the local born business Mob guys and they had to get more sophisticated figure out how to get on the Internet and control that and there's no way you're going to control the Internet when when like some low young Guy Twenty seven year old guy here in Kansas City and jump on a A website that's owned by somebody in another country and and films from staff and provide people for live sex acts that kind of thing on the Internet. Yeah and make twenty grand a month. You know you can't they can't control that. There's there's no way they can control that. No so the the end of the we'll have to talk to read with mad about the end of the porn business. One of these days. He probably has some thoughts on that. Yeah I think that you guys have done some some trading schemes on you know with with with the market and different things online. But they don't they don't have the sophistication sophistication to to do to do too much not not to control it like they like they like to do and like they were doing back then they they wanted to control it. We had. We had a guy in Kansas City. Who Really Stayed Way Way? Back and Guy Named Morris Kline he had been a gambler and been involved with the mob Jewish guy he'd been really close in with the Knicks Avella for a long time in any kind of backed off. You just never saw him anywhere but eventually eventually we find out that he's all involved in porn but really. was you know there was important shops in Kansas City. It was more you know outside of Kansas City. And and we we never really we never really. We had one little crew couple of guys got into trying to gather information that get the books in the movies and bring a man and then right down to specific accident they would might be porno pornographic at all it was. It was a filthy business and nobody. Nobody really gave us shit about me. So don't know cases ever came out of it I think no way really cared What people do in the comfort of their confines of how Bob guys were making money off of that kind of makes it worth while while ago after because then they turn around use that money to to bright people and and do other things with so? That's the only reason it would be worth it was they were too removed. Do From It. here in Kansas City. They were they were hooked up they were connected to ever getting money off of it. They were pretty far removed. That's another thing about necks valet any he kind of business. It was dirty narcotics pornography or prostitution anything like that he never he never got involved at all. I mean he wasn't above order to murder wasn't written above doing one himself but he likes to stick with gambling and fencing loansharking those kinds of activities providing services to people that what they wanted and and That that just worked so dirty so we say simple guy who owned a meat market. Was I just a very simple man. You're right partners at a meat. Market with Alberdi Meyer. All right right well this has been a good show Cam. I appreciate it and folks if you have a friend or relative has.
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Jigger says you know I I I did business with Hoffa down because he had gotten a big teamsters loan now hop is gone and he's not kicking a never get let you out ever ever and I'm an L. S. Patriarca to Providence Rhode Island and the themselves the office you know these different different groups had different names you know Buffalo called himself the arm different different groups had their own their Kansas City they call themselves the Click which is a little known name it never really hit the news but they talking about something really are named by knows that so there will be any help you know you may even be more but that's what he was was awesome documents on this I thought it was really interesting about the Patriarca in many ways like Nick's of Allah kicked up money that he didn't have to to joy families Abba Philadelphia was was under what in Philadelphia and couldn't couldn't hang on so nicky scarf kind of gave it up and they depended on them and they kept on the on like the Marcello they kind of did their thing but they were so far away from anybody traffic on days in the middle of the middle of the action right there in New England between in their own program they had a little bit hugh dealings with the Genovese in Western eight they had to get permission they couldn't they couldn't operate on on Patriarca Harka they they were not dependent on any of the other families they definitely l. e. as the five families would give each other interesting yeah as we call it I've heard it called in the the media believe is at New England geography is that what you're saying originally New England was was split up among he really said about gathering everybody under a single group he was Joey Lombardo just like to go in Chicago but he pretty much ran the hilarious when Patriarca for an older Guy Morello who had fled to Sicily he got Boston under as one group but he recognized that Boston was sort of its own location and so he set it up so his under boss would be and then Jerry Gelo came along he was running a gambling empire couple you've he gave Patriarca fifty thousand dollars in promised him an extra one hundred to kill anybody or any any the old school way of getting getting your bones else so patriarch it was kind of a kind of a brilliant he he had Boston under their own umbrella but kicking up to him because he was able to control that much territory and that gave him the strength to score SORTA keep the and keeping it divided that way interesting so was a steven the rifleman Fleming he was he was Italian but probably did not go across ethnic line somehow they they kept the power Stephen Fleming and John Martorana the butcher of facebook and Youtube so he was good friends with Ed Bradley they went it was probably elementary school and he was under educated Uh Martorana and Fleming had a lot of mob connections. I'm a little bit of cloud that was never that really helped out Whitey bulger begins they they understood you know Whitey bulger even said you didn't you didn't use the so you you understood that the Italians were were the real power they didn't mess with their separate identities and they did do some cross W. Research I was noticing that they really were kinda heavy end up horn back in the money out of porn I even know a kid here in Kansas City that was he made about twenty I said I got out of it he said it's just too dirty but that's how much money you can make in this I absolutely the Gambino's had total control of of the Porn Robert All Iran not what you think of a sort of normal porn read stuff where he was distributing he wasn't too keen on it but they were making so much money that they would turn a blind the Gambino whatever ended the porn spectrum you you found your Gambino's had you covered and they reached out Di Gambino porn representative throughout New England and he was doing ends of dollars worth of porn that he was three three million there were movie theaters there were magazines there yeah they had the the peop- shows and just the the dirty one of those places in the mob was getting their cut they ran it they owned it you're making Gago that was a big thing calories he frank Calgary's you know porn shop didn't hear he was he was making big money and the great you know really all grey market businesses are over thank going here in Kansas City where they were just and then they can order all kinds of pharmaceuticals at a big discount because for what would you normally be to a nursing home and they get a big discount and then they were turned around shipping a faulty dentist rain dentistry ring for the teamsters in and give a kick in to give a kickback to the dentist for submitting false claims yeah they they believe in free market capitalism saying you do got bad in a BBC family there was a game beano family was a New York. Here's the Genesee uh Sam Covari and he had Lieutenant Carlo master-at-arms porn shop with Jerry Angelo and it was the only porn shop and Ah they owed Jerry Angelo twenty grand and gambling debts and breath gory now again who runs porn for the Gambino's and they get born to us and we can set up a second shop and Worcester and split the business now we've got Sam Cafaro who's Genevisi Capito and ends operate in territory that is split between the genevieve's and the Patriarchy up says hey they've opened up another store this is going to cut our business in half and I can't pay you the additional two grand that that I pay you all these Damn Spaghetti names so this reaching into Rhode Island territory and cutting their business in for these guys I can make a damn simple story more complicated it just so much money I it's interesting that they would they see it awesome realizes that you just opened up another store you just create more demand in everything like that and never think beyond giving mind and don't anybody get involved here uh Angelo Patriarca boss he went and talked to I'm above you I'm GonNa do what I WanNa do you're just you're just street guy didn't set well with our friend Jerry jello Harry Angelo was was buddy without my permission off he doesn't want to do what he he his territory without his permission that's not doing it he can he he says well then I'll get the genovese is for setting up the shop to begin with so he's got these these families and his guy he's just Angelo's and unpleasant guy to begin it has presented itself who wouldn't he have to take this up to patriarch to get some kind of what has happened now now and you low says we eh Whitey Bolger had told the FBI headquarters was the FBI his guy and he said I'm going to go talk to this Sam Cafaro the and when that didn't seem to satisfy him the beginning of nineteen eighty those about April or May Beano guys supply in the porn he was arrested on this three being organized crime and he was imprisoned but the porn shop was closed down in December the only reason they would close it down as because somebody had had ordered to be closed they they they run they run business prison time this guy is only only imprisoned for eighteen months and the higher ups in the in the families hey got his way he got his way probably only because the Patriarca and respected so much other money they'd one little porn shop was not hit as much as generated good bring Ngelo had a hell of a temper and so did PATRIARCA and it was worth fantasies understood that and they operated in Patriarca territory under it did close down yeah well proofs in the pudding is they say I would say probably earliest street guy he was a.
"genovese" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"The Kansas City crime family just in real specific there's Carl Neck Joe and Mike Spiro and it was awarded the debt that and I son and listen to it on skype on Youtube why you will see thanks him but I wanNA thank Michael mccollum for making a nice little donation I really warn you get a free copy of my dvd and if you get on up there and and the hosting fees and the freedom of Information Act request fees and those kinds Cheddar fake story I'm really interested in and it cost me two hundred sixty five dollars her yeah they give they give you a little bit enough enough to whet your appetite but but but when you really times have you done that yeah I have I have done it a couple times and it's a it's a it seems like that's killer and that guy or they'll be a name redacted it's like Damn Oh it's a pretty good information I and I mm using those at this documentary I'm using I'm doing I'm nation now I take that and I pull certain text out of it and I can make it you know expand and he he here's what here's an interesting little story he set up and they said well you know that'd be great so he got it back for them and then as more information about all upcoming lows and guess what happened after that the any of those back Forbes I can't help you with those yeah and by the end they had to pay him some money to get him to quit yeah nothing like that ever happened in Chicago did it with a union teachers Gavin on scene remember that Harry Aleman killed that Billy Logan endorphin was was was a straight shooter too yeah is your gambling farmer Jason Says Hey Dave back and.
"genovese" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Simone whether it's just as a guest or filling in for my love W. R. and that's our full signal and it's a great station a heritage station as they say we're now joined on the line by Joe the Genovese a former US attorney for the district of Columbia and he's a he's been following this Russian collusion delusion hoax as closely as anyone you've seen him on fox news fox business channel and they use on my show a lot in in Boston in the afternoon and that they as you may know if you if you listen to my show yesterday we had a Tom Felton from judicial watch on about another matter with the with the F. B. I. and I asked him what was coming up through the pipeline through all of his for freedom of information act requests we said well we're expecting the unread back that three oh twos FBI reports basically on Bruce or the former deputy thirty general whose wife worked on the dodgy dossier within the she was in the pay a second third hand up Hillary Clinton and the the Democrat National Committee any so we're expecting those three oh too loose to be released any moment now I laughed and he said you know I got to get him on Thursday Tom it's the gonna wait for for Friday afternoon in summer but you know what they got him last night they got these on these three twos they're the redacted but that this is a big development I think that I want to have judge John up on to what to discuss what these these three at what we've learned from three oh two as we sort of knew the general outlines but though it would Joe what is the what's the big take away from the other three twos the were released the F. B. I. three oh toes the reports the were released last night the judicial watch well it establishes beyond her adventure that Bruce or was working as an agent of huge in G. P. S. along with his wife Nellie war and they were providing information which was out of his orbit in the justice department to the FBI up from Christopher steel and Glenn Simpson and the bottom line is this and that Bruce or did not reveal to his superiors that he was doing this that his wife was working for fusion GPS and that as a result he was financially benefiting from her work and he had a conflict of interest and could not possibly be involved in anything like this officially yet he was so theoretically he's violated the conflict of interest laws those are federal felonies a number of other things as well but but what what the over arching concern here is now it is quite obvious for anyone who's been watching this for more than two years that there was a truly a remarkable plot brazen plot headed by people in the FBI under Obama and the justice department under Obama and with certain people in the media and certain consulting groups and law firms like Perkins Kelly to ensure that Hillary Clinton won the election and if she didn't to do everything they could to frame Donald Trump with false crimes there is no doubt now that a group of senior government officials conspired to deny Donald Trump his civil rights as a candidate as a president elect and then as a president and there is no way no way that a number of people are not going to be indicted by John dorm for violating numerous federal laws whether it's perjury false statements conspiracy to defraud the United States government conspiracy to defraud Donald Trump is civil rights conspiracy to frame George Papadopoulos conspiracy to frame Carter page the list is endless and during has already been overseas he's interviewed Joseph Smith sued the mysterious Maltese doctor who has told apparently spilled his guts and when all is said and done it's you know what Donald Trump for all of his faults is the most amazing victim in the history of our government he is the Alfred crisis of his day wow and I must say I find the conduct of call me and Carlin and recall read a Lynch and Sally Yates and all of these people but make no mistake about it these people are disgusting should be run through the streets Joey and may and may pulls up Joe the you know what Hillary Clinton used to speak of the vast right wing conspiracy I think what we have here is a vast left wing conspiracy and I'm going to list some of the some of the elements of the vast left wing conspiracy the department of justice the federal bureau of investigation the Democratic National Committee the Hillary Clinton campaign the state department most of the it most of the Alpes left mainstream media in the United States and assorted foreign governments including as but not limited to the United Kingdom Australia Italy Ukraine am I missing anyone Joe the C. I. A. all to see new park was good as well how can I miss John Brennan because that's where it started because that's where it started this was Brandon's idea from day one he started the official so called official investigation into Donald Trump when he said this so called electronic communication the James Coney outlining his deep concerns about Donald trump's connections to the Russians what a load of crap you know what John Brennan absolutely in my book is that is key this sleazy is for him to pontificate about Donald Trump and anything that Donald Trump has ever done is so out of the lane I am delighted that he is going to get his **** in a sling you mean hello so you really think they can get a conviction on any of these people especially for the history of collide I don't care if they can get a conviction I want these people in the dock I want to have to hire lawyers I wouldn't go through the agony of a car I want them to do what they did to Michael Flynn a completely innocent man what they did to George Papadopoulos a completely innocent man this must not stand there is one rule of law in the United States not one for dams and one for Republicans by the way whatever happened to the case against Tony Podesta where is that where is that that was in the vaunted Southern District of New York one of those guys doing up there what's going on with that case I I don't know anything about that year don't think about their new year two failed to register as a foreign agent closed down his business I was almost a year and a half ago not a not a leak about that for people who I have been following this case as closely as a lot of us have is most of the listeners I would say have been covered following it this guy Bruce war that they released his three oh two is his FBI reports out last night he was the among other duties at the at the justice department he wore a number of hats he actually was the number of four guys they could be though the Washington post's calls a mother a deputy associate at the assistant Attorney General like he's like he's just some guy who graduated law school three years ago but he was the number four guy and a money's duties we he was supervisor of the organized crime unit how about the irony of that joke he's taken part in the largest organized crime let's conspiracy in American history and he's running the organized crime unit here's what they're going to find out this is the backstory you're gonna love this he was the number four person in the justice department this wasn't some got in civil servant you know hacked he was the deputy associate excuse me the associate deputy Attorney General number four yeah there's a power among his many duties was overseeing the organized crime drug enforcement task tragic to it is same tiny they investigated over see and what they did was they worked with George Soros is so called NGOs to line up targets for investigation even if they hadn't committed any crimes they went after a number of people they went after Paul man a fort they went after Ukrainian politicians they went after people ultimately got them charge people who didn't commit any crimes this is a story of seven how George Soros infiltrated the FBI and the state department had access to all these investigators all these policy makers and was able to direct US policy against US citizens and foreign nationals receipt and you know what he got away with it because he was a liberal he was a Democrat and he had a lot of money but this is going to come to an end it's going to be very ugly and I am just delighted that Rudy Giuliani dropped this bomb I I I did know about it the last night the E. was on TV stepped out of a some kind of a bad when I was Sean Hannity for awhile and he said he said he met you mentioned it earlier that John Barham who's the US attorney for Connecticut and he's the one who's in charge of this is basically a special prosecutor without without the title in this matter that that John Durham has been in in recent days or weeks in Europe eighties he spent he's been there for several days was the inner Joe at a quarter to your sources who has a job there talked to over overseas well I talked to miss suit he's talked to a number of people in Italian intelligence services who were asked to do things he's talked to people in U. K. and MI six and in G. C. H. UTC H. Q. is the UK equivalent of our national security agency they are the electronic snipers they are the ones who engaged in electronic surveillance of American citizens overseas without lawful authority to do so I ran in and other people ask the services to do things on behalf of an illegal investigation in the United States things that they were not able to DO overseas so they sought the help of foreign intelligence services and the president on his recent trips as it buys these prime ministers in various people you're going to be hearing from Attorney General bar please cooperated you need we need to get this right so during has been talking with the people in the intelligence services and in the law enforcement agencies to find out specifically what they were asked to do and who asked them to do it and at the top of the list is Johnny B. John Brennan now it you know in the in the sixties with the F. B. I. and or J. Edgar Hoover and Bobby Kennedy they used to put on authorized bugs and organized crime dens and they caught you know they didn't have court authority called gypsy wires are are these are these these wires overseas are these the equivalent of gypsy wires I mean are they were they violating for it there their own country's laws or co or can they get away with doing this just you know running these we're running these political dirty tricks operatives on behalf of the Democrat party it is not clear what was known and not known by the host governments what their intelligence services we're doing but their intelligence services we're doing the bidding of the C. I. A. John Brennan and Mr class so the issue becomes but for the for the for those governments the issue is was it authorized they'll be very bad that night no we don't find out about that for us and for John dura issue is what did you do and who asked you to do it doesn't matter whether it was authorized the other matter whether was legal or illegal over there what were you asked to do for the American intelligence community and law enforcement because remember the F. B. I. was over there to talk to people and things start going over there struck one over there it relaxes there were lots of people going to what they were league at with the legal attaches to the FBI in Rome in London and in Paris in in Jerusalem you name it acting all of these people were being asked to do things and so during his overseas I pay where else during his he's talking to George Papadopoulos's lawyer to get that those ten thousand that cash more wow that's a good that is all that is there there's a bit of news I didn't know that Joe digenova thanks so much for being with us and well you will be talking to you on my show this afternoon again thanks for always being with us and thanks for all your the work you're doing on the alley America alley god bless America we'll be right back I'm awake are here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said sweet something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cabaret said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Calabro said works for me how about you cow boy smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said not better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant dot com L. 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Joe Valachi Was a Misinformed Informant
"Feel. Do you ever get a story about how he must have felt about the mobster Joe valachi who broke the mafia's code of America and spilled everything and became the big government informant? Well, not from my uncle Paul, my great uncle Sonny, he said, he told me years later, he goes, that's a lot she didn't know shit. Half the stuff they told him wasn't even right. He says they have Sally burns who Salvatore grenell. They have him on the lucchese mafia family chart. He wasn't a lucchese. He was a high level Genovese, say, right underneath. So a lot of it info that valachi gave him was wrong anyway, wrong family's wrong ranks the whole thing. Yeah, yeah, yeah. He's just fucking throwing them curveballs. He didn't know. He's just a lot you didn't know. He wasn't. He didn't know really well. What he thought he claimed to know. Look, they had for many years try Tony solano running a family. Sonny told me way back when he was 9, 9, 9, Benny squint, or who they call Philip lombardo. Philip mortal, yeah, I know that name, yeah. They didn't know they didn't find out till the juliani recordings and they heard fat Tony solano on tape. They found out that he was devoted to Genovese family all those years, not fat