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Markets Hit Amid Reddit Rebellion
"S. and p. five hundred tumbling just under two percent today. The dow down more than two percent today was the first time the dow is lost more than two percent on a friday all the way back in early june of last year overall. This was the worst week for the markets since october. Many of the biggest of the big getting just a little bit smaller today investors selling. What's salable maybe to raise cash apple losing nearly four percent today. Download and five percents. This week tesla microsoft. Facebook others also getting sold off. Perhaps the reason smaller trader banding together online bidding up from the stocks that big hedge funds or betting will fall and though this is largely being sold as the little guy taking down big bad hedge funds. Steve grasso there is of course some of that but like most stories. It is not quite that simple because it appears what began as this reddit. Rebellion against a few. Highly shorted stocks. Now might be infecting other more macro parts of the market that mom and pop invested in wondering what the heck is going on brian. It's a that's a great way to put it because if you look at it. We're talking about a handful of stocks with high short interest and the rest of the market has fallen out of bed but think about how many people own stocks think about the pension funds. Think about the teachers pension funds. Think about police officers. Think about firemen think about the average joes out there who i consider myself an average joe. I just happened to be in the market. Think about all those people that have their money. That aren't on wall street. That aren't making money at a big bang. That are making money in an institution not a wall street institution. They own stocks too. So i have to figure that their pension funds and the way that they are in the market whether it's a mutual fund or pension fund is not top. Heavy in game. Stop is not top heavy. Amc so this is the average person in america that is probably getting the majority of the brunt of this hit when we see a handful of names create margin calls air. Think about this brian. If you're a short seller right so a hedge fund has shorts. they have longs and they're hedged. So if you have to take down your short then you have to sell your long. If you're selling your long it could be apple. It could be facebook. It could be microsoft. It could be any one of those bracket names. Because as brian again. I'll go back to you. Steve before barbara. That's how this is playing out in the broader market. This is why it matters. It began as sort of a curious little corner of the market where we're looking at game. Stop an amc and even blockbuster and blackberry and nokia and these stocks but to your point and sort of explain it steve. Since you are an average joe in an average joe way which is if you're wack in the hedge funds which by the way. Nobody's feeling sorry for him. Because they all stupidly piled into the same stocks that appears with one hundred and thirty percent short float margin on at least gain stock if not others but now to raise money. They may be forced to sell what they can. And also steve. I want you to come on this. We got to be very careful of how he framed. This robin hood started limiting orders on a couple of stocks as we just heard. They're limiting purchases to one share. One share what a joke on and e- starbucks and others. It is not just these heavily. Shorted names this is starting to bubble up as a bigger market story and one wonders where it goes.
33 missing children rescued in major human trafficking investigation, FBI says
"Nearly three dozen missing kids were covered in california. I'm pam who so fox news. Their rescue part of a human trafficking investigation. The fbi says of the thirty-three children rescued as part of operation. Lost angels eight of the kids. Who are being sexually exploited. Authorities arrived to save them. One suspected human trafficker was arrested. Some of the mine victims were also arrested for probation violations. Robbery and other misdemeanors and one child was a victim of an alleged kidnapping by a parent. Fox's salads vegan grasso last year the f. b. i. arrested nearly five hundred suspected
"grasso" Discussed on Newt's World
"They would through other mediums such as video. I notice though that you're planning. You really wanna aim. Follow the prophet as a podcast right at a younger audience. Why is that. Because i feel. It's the most important if you look at net wealth. Baby boomers are with ten times. What millennials are worth and. That's really what's fundamentally changing our politics and of course a lot of that has to do with age. Networth tends to rise up to a certain age then tends to fall as people retire right. We need a new economically empowered generation. If we're going to avoid government dependency if we're going to avoid falling into the trap of what of a lot of european countries and a lot of countries you know in the western hemisphere have done if we want to renew our commitment to capitalism and two free market. We have to have a new generation of entrepreneurs and problem solvers who understand all of the opportunity that exist in today's world. Somebody just intrigued with your podcast. They decide to listen regularly. What do you hope overtime. They will take that number one. The culture around money's a worldview no matter what your politics are way of thinking it's a way of framing and really a led by which we view the world to the failure. Lesson is really important to me. Failure is a part of entrepreneurship and really the human experience. And it's okay and three. There's always something to learn from people especially people who learned baptism by fire. Who have been through a lot. It's so important even if you're working for someone else. A lot of those entrepreneurial skills can really help you succeed. Even if you're in a corporate environment there's such things called intra preneurs now which you have that. Entrepreneurial mindset even though you're working for a big or medium or small organization and not for yourself. So i believe this is a tool kit succeed in life and these episodes will help people better understand how they can succeed even in their own world. Will you be giving people a chance to email you or communicate with you to sort of ask the questions that they're encountering of the problems that they're down. I'd be delighted to do that. That sounds like an excellent idea. New intrigued because a lot of five vaguely educational a lot of protests or entertaining or opinion. But it seems to me that follow the prophet potentially becomes both an educational and a recruiting tool and then a training tool. So you start with. Somebody never quite thought about it. You get him intrigued with the possibility that they could go out and start something and then you can give them the tools to do it with. And i think to agree that they can sort of like you know what they need to know. More about the. You'll really create a community of entrepreneurs who will identify with your program and will also enrich your future episodes in a way. You're creating a pro sumer. Experience learning entrepreneurship and learning about practical market economics. Diving is terrific concept. Where can people get to your podcast. You can find it on the iheartradio out and also you can find it on. Spotify spotify is something we used for music. A lot of us do our credit cards and through other means have a free account like myself and it's not just for music. It's for podcast as well and you can find follow the prophet on any of those platforms basically any type of platform. You can imagine for podcasts. You will be able to find follow the process. that's good. I really wish you will. And i'm very excited by this. And i think that you're launching something that could have a really big impact in helping grow. An entire generation of new entrepreneurs will go out solve problems create wealth and make for a healthier and more prosperous. Has we come out of the current pandemic of i really do think. Will you dunes very very bored. Well thank you knew. It is very timely. The economy is iraq and while we argue about a lot of things in the political world really the one big thing we have to confront in the new year going forward in future years is really that our economy needs a lot of work. And it's going to take.
"grasso" Discussed on Newt's World
"Anything so buck sexton podcast. Get it for free. Daily on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you find your podcasts. In a world of an ever changing economic landscape how on earth can i get some financial stability in my life. I'm david grow host of the podcast. Follow the prophet every week. You'll hear from successful entrepreneurs the learn from their chievements and most importantly to avoid their mistakes on the podcasts. You'll hear stories that deconstructs. What's going on in the economy and how it's affecting your finances so that you can follow the prophet. Listen to follow the profit. Every saturday on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. New do virus him recording from home. See may notice a difference in audio quality on this episode of. I'm especially happy to have david grasso with us. Talking about the lessons entrepreneurs can teaches. He's part of the game or sweet sixteen network really innovative bright podcasts host who were exploring a variety of different topics and in david's case. He's really exploring the whole issue of entrepreneurship and the economy and how to think about the next few years. Economic david was a television reporter in florida and texas an angel in bold tv. Two thousand fifteen today. David leads the network and hosts more politics is the host of the new gingrich sixty. Podcast follow the prophet and he has a masters in public policy harbor ten school..
Washington DC leaders react to police chief's new job
"Have a new place to call his work home. As the chief of police in Prince William County. Lucien's departure comes as a shock to city leaders Mayor Muriel Bowser thank him for his leadership that several on the City Council, which clashed with news from among the amid the summer social justice protest, applauded his departure. Outgoing council member David Grasso told Fox five actually fairly excited for the opportunity. I hope that The mayor takes this opportunity to listen to the community and hire somebody that actually believes in community policing believes in engaging with the community, I meaningful way. New Shim spend 31 years in the D C. Police department. He'll remain in the department through the inauguration before starting his new job. Metro is pulled its entire
Rhonda Fleming, '40s and '50s movie star, dead at 97
"Golden age actress Rhonda Fleming as Died Fox's sell June Grasso reports in Hollywood looks count. But for Rhonda Fleming, she says her stunning Wilkes worked against her when caller arrived in the movies and Nineteen Ninety interview. There was suddenly all this attention on how I look rather than the roles I was playing. She said those roles had our co starring with Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Charlton Heston, and Ronald Reagan. In the nineteen forties and fifties, her birth name was Marilyn Lewis and raised in Los Angeles, and she was reportedly discovered when headed to class Beverly Hills high school a man followed her in a big black car and said, you Oughta be in pictures a letter turned up at her home and offered to be your agent legend or not at nineteen. Lewis was awarded a six month contract with David O Sales Nick Studio at A. New Name Rhonda Fleming. Now dead at age ninety, seven in Santa Monica California salary and Bresso Fox
Trump 'fatigued but in good spirits' after testing positive: White House doctor
"Cautious optimism from the president's doctors and sound she and Grasso Fox. News. President trump is in good spirits at Walter. Reed Medical Center. We did get an update from the president's Dr Shawn Conley. The doctor writes president trump continues to do well having made substantial progress. Since diagnosis he completed his second dose of disappear without complication remains fever free and off Supplemental Oxygen Saturation Level Between Ninety six and ninety eight percent will not yet out of the woods. The team remains cautiously optimistic as Fox's Kristen Fisher the doctorates the president spent most of Friday afternoon conducting business moving about his medical sweet without difficulty. The. Nation. Heard from the president who issued a video from his hospital room president trump speaking to the nation tonight from Walter. Reed. Medical, center the president posting a four minute long video to his twitter account saying that he is feeling much better. Anything's he will be back soon the president also thanking wishers or just want to thank everybody out there everybody all over the world specifically, the United States, the outpouring of love has been incredible I will never forget.
"grasso" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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"grasso" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"Kevin before we start, would you like to introduce yourself? Yeah so! Thanks for having me on the show neck. It's great to be here Yes, my name is Kevin Grasso I live in Israel with my wife Rachel and we are expecting our first baby boy anytime now. I'm doing my PhD in Hebrew language at Hebrew University and I'm also doing an ma. At Hebrew University as well and comparative religion, and previously I did my ma at. The Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics. which is now dow's International University. In linguistics. And I'm just passionate about The Biblical languages and getting resources to people that can't. Or, don't have any resources can't learn them. Because of locker resources or their resources are are just not Really not? Designed to teach them the language. So. Yeah those are kind of my passions I'm. Really kind of at the interface between linguistics and exegesis so from a scholarly perspective I. Spend all my days. Just researching linguistics in figuring out how we can use that tool to better understand God's word. Ultimately you know to to spread his kingdom in the world, so that's. Me In a in a nutshell that's awesome, so congratulations on the baby and. You're, so you're actually live in Israel right now. Yeah Yeah I do I mean injuries. Them very cool that that's interesting that so you know given your background and distribution interesting discussion for sure So what? What would you think is the the balanced way of looking at the biblical languages from a Layman's perspective who hasn't learned the languages? Yeah Yeah. It's. It's an interesting question I would say a couple of things so one is. Is that they? They're very important, right? The Biblical languages If you take away our collective knowledge of the biblical languages. We have no translations right? We they are the backbone of of every English translation, and really are translations are only as good as our collective knowledge of the languages and culture of the Bible. So so in that sense, everyone needs them but I I would say that not everyone needs to learn them right. Not everyone has the time and I totally get that. I do think. What's what's important as a layman is to to think critically about language, so this is something that you know you'll hear all the time. Pastors or or teachers or scholars make claims about the biblical languages right and the problem is that. If you don't know Greek or Hebrew. It's very difficult to know what to do. With those kinds of arguments, right If you're lamond mean most of the time you Kinda just assume.
Disney shares drop as company delays reopening of California Disneyland
"Here's a question for you Steve. Grasso is the fact that Disney closed down by just six tenths of a percent. Actually good news I mean I i. would when you first heard the news, you think. Oh, the stock is going to treat down because it traded up on the reopening plans of and also take along with it. Other theme park operators, other sort of these reopening trades like cruises and airlines, etc, and most of them finished higher. Yeah I guess you could look at that stop. I WANNA stock stops going down on bad news. That's a positive for it, but Disney has been a perfect range trader. It looks like it wants to trade between one hundred and about one thousand five. The problem I see with Disney is that it's not the same as when you're getting on a plane and you could suck it. It up for two or three hours with a mask on to get someplace. This is the venue you're going to so I don't think families should be excited even when it does reopen and parks are a huge number and their revenue, so I'd be negative on Disney watch that par level that one hundred dollar level. Yeah, they're also by the way delaying the launch of of Mulan. which could bode well poorly? Excuse me for the movie theaters right out there. Tim, AMC finish down by more than ten percent today crushing. Yeah I mean I I wanted to get the Milan. And you know it's going to be a sad day in my house, but I steve these pointing at thirty eight percent, our theme parks and experiences, and this is a big deal, and it's been well flagged in the stock. I think the stock first of all. If you look at the chart, I wanna see this hold around one zero five, or or you probably start to test down lower I'm a I'm owner of Disney I'm not trading and aggressively in here and I'm a buyer weakness, but the reality is what we're seeing on resurgence in Cova one thousand nine is not faring well for this stock, and the reality is. It's going to be much slower. Move back into theme parks, even though the reason. Reason I owned. Disney is because there's four distinct businesses there. That are largely very healthy, if not set back by this, I think you're buying weakness. And of course, this raises questions surrounding any reopenings, and whether it matters if if the government's actually imposed the lockdown or of the companies themselves pull plans to reopen. We've seen this year with Disneyland in California now Disneyworld is being questioned by its workers in at Disneyworld. And then you've got apple closing some more stores in Florida this time. Yeah I think that's a really good point I mean companies are not waiting for guidance. From the government, they're listening to their customers and their employees, and that's who their constituents are so I wouldn't be shocking, right? It's they delayed further openings and also have ESPN now at sports that maybe get delayed again or maybe more cancellations. The other thing though about Disney stock is remember. This company has a lot of debt now. It's not I. Mean They can handle the amount of debt, but in terms of valuing the company. You've got to include a lot more debt now than there used to be so I think you can wait and get a chance to buy a little lower
"grasso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio you might not even know what a faithless elector is but that was the issue in two Supreme Court cases on Wednesday faithless electors are members of the electoral college who refused to vote for the winner of the state wide elections for president the state of Colorado removed a democratic collector who had voted for Republican John case sick instead of Democrat Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen and the state of Washington find three electors who voted for former secretary of state Colin Powell instead of Clinton justice Samuel Alito suggested that giving electors free reign could lead to chaos and close presidential elections where the popular vote close and changing just a few votes would alter the outcome or throw it into the house of representatives there would be if the rational responsible losing political party or elements within the losing political party would be to launch a massive campaign to try to influence electors in several justices worried that electors might have no constraints on home they vote for here's Chief Justice John Roberts and justice Clarence Thomas so the latter can decide I am going to vote I'm going to flip a coin and will however it comes out that's how I'm going to vote yes your honor that's the same discussion that US senators have representatives have congressional electors have keys to our elected officials and they have that same discretion that sounds pretty limitless to me yes on your side you as the chief judge's alluded to you have a similar problem because the laughter who had promised to vote for the winning candidate can suddenly say you know I'm going to vote for Frodo Baggins and so I'd really like Frodo Baggins and you're saying under your system you can't do anything about that joining me is Edward Foley who directs the election law program at the Moritz college of law so give us a refresher course on government explain the role of electors well it what it was intended to be in want of a calm are two different things I think that's what the court was struggling with that you know the original vision was but the kind of acted by the discretion or judgment at one time in the case speaking about the electors were envisioned to be independent doctor human being thank you George the founders wanted that instead of allowing any other body tissues they didn't have Congress shoot the president boaters should the president regular yeah thank legislatures to at the hospital after college you the choice but very quickly the original version collapse in the McCarty questions where electors Harmon do what but political parties at their it wouldn't want to do and most are not what the term fake what the lectern or anomalous circumstances where some of them go Rogan abandon their class your other people might not use the term co wrote but that's generally what happened for most Americans we've got a real clash between the two with the dynamic system in operation most voters I think expect that electors will cast ballots in line with the popular vote what happened here why didn't pay Robert true I backed it would mostly go to the polls they think they're been FalconiformesFamily candidate names on the ballot box the name of the electors but in fact are it didn't it the incorrect product that didn't vote for electors not and they can promote the climate here is that the voters don't work okay what happened in twenty eighteen because that with doctor content the black borders in twenty sixteen tended to vote against a candidate running for candidates if you are you have to vote for someone but the level of approval of the major party candidate was off the charts in twenty sixteen route the other presidential election and the consequent they became the movement to try to work together electors to abandon their pocket the come up with some alternative and not all of them but what the case is the issue simply do electors have to follow the popular vote when they cast their ballots or is it more complicated than that well I think that part of it your Colorado in the state of Washington have rules that bind it almost as if they want to eliminate the electors to begin with the pension I think in the real concern on the one hand you got this the juror or element of the constitution which is almost like an appendix they're really function anymore a question where they are human beings and yet they seem to want to almost eliminate that and make it almost automatic that where ever the popular vote in the state it automatically translate into the electoral vote in that order how I think that the system works but that's not what the constitution it cracked provide again there is a deep competing considerations which cannot oral argument that that you could see the truck with the rock going with it even if they didn't like the system next on Bloomberg law will explore how the justices might vote in the case and whether chaos would really result from faithless electors remember you can always get the latest legal news by going to our Bloomberg law podcast you can find them on iTunes soundcloud or Bloomberg dot com slash.
"grasso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio the corona virus pandemic has opened in the country posing challenges to the laws that govern our social political and economic lines so the law professors at Columbia Law School have put together a free E. book with insights into some of the most pressing legal issues the pandemic has raised ranging from privacy to bankruptcy it's entitled law in the time of code nineteen the book is the brain child of professor Katarina fist door and she joins me now start by telling us why you decided to write this book now in the middle of the pandemic I am on social media and I saw that a group of economists published an ebook on economics in the time of covert nineteen with thought pieces about what might happen to the economy what to do about it and I just felt good lawyers to do something similar because our lives are so deeply coded in legal arrangements we also much affected by whole law governs us we don't realize that the normal times but in the midst of the crisis everybody is trying to find solutions to their predicaments and I just felt an urgent need to help people understand what rights they have put up since I have followed the law is changing right now and I wanted to make sure that we make this really available to a broader audience that was the basic idea so how did you put it together so fast headed all come together with all these professors or riding on their specific topics you know I just look this up again I sent an email on the twentieth of March to my faculty and on the twentieth of April we published it and I think this is unprecedented but I made the case and I said we we need to get our act together we have to do this and I just asked for faculty to respond I had given them the list of issues that I thought were relevant and then basically they responded and said I'm happy to write on this and I'll be happy to ride on that and then I went back to some we have not respond and said would you mind writing on this because I think it's really pressing of course one of two colleagues said we're so deeply involved in actually advising specifically in the engaging our students on that I just don't have the time to write they sent us resources which we put into the appendix some of these resources are available as well but that's basically how we do this with a huge commitment from all faculties we also go to two non faculty members who were either referred or had sort of seen the announcement and volunteered and we brought them in as well it's amazing to get it together so quickly so let's talk about some of the topics and as you say they just run the gamut so one that interests me all the time is privacy and you know we're hearing from federal and state authorities that they want to track people track their cell phones in order to contain the spread of the virus but you don't hear much outrage from the public or concern from the public about this because of the public health emergency yes so my colleague Clarissa long wrote about this and I think she points out that there is a real danger that we accept and solutions into a private life because we want to deal with the public health condemning so there's a rule in the region costs not to balance what we are willing to give away and question ourselves whether we can take it back once the pandemic is over so that two important sources or what kinds of data that she's talking about personally identifiable information such as location data which the phone companies already keeping but which the government could collect only what the warrant but the phone companies have kept it in the new York times so the great investigation report in December of last year selling that we got access to the data you can actually trace people and you can probably even identify many of them and of course if you want to say contact trace this is critical information if the government directly has access to it it could trace our movement on a much larger scale the second kind of data that are important are protected health information basically all health data and if we want to have a pass port basically that we might not be immune against the cold it nineteen virus we work needs to be able to prove that and this would require building a huge database with that kind of information as well so people had to pass but could be double checked against that again we giving away a lot of information I don't think we have really good solutions yet there are some technological solutions that might be available to could keep some of the information more private or allow us to opt in but we have to be really I think careful and for how long one gives away the state and what happens once the data bases have been created about our privacy and that's basically it is a big issue is that the professor alone discusses and her contribution here she seems to be vanishing even before the pandemic so one questions what will happen after the pandemic when right now everyone is so willing to give up privacy in order to fight a public health crisis so it's quite concerning I agree and that's that's exactly the point is because everybody wants to get the economy back moving it wants to move I wouldn't be willing to trade privacy for it without thinking what the long term concerns might be and then we know that countries like Korea Hong Kong and it looked like Singapore although they have a little bit of a backlash Taiwan and China have been really successful in in contact tracing people and have been have been able to contain the virus that fashion so that as the as the tractor but the downside is that we give the government enormous power over our lives and I think that what's that can is out of the bottle if you well it's very hard to put it.
Trump rolls back US fuel economy standards
"And another legal story we're watching gives a big victory to the oil and gas industry the trump administration has announced its final rule to aggressively rolled back tougher Obama era fuel efficiency standards the government's own estimates of the rollback show it could result in higher gas prices and more Americans dying from air pollution for more on the move Bloomberg June Grasso speaks to pamper Rendell an environmental law professor at the university of Vermont law school explain what this roll back is what it does the rollback is from the Obama rule which is a combination fuel economy and emissions standards rules and that would have required a five percent increase in fuel efficiency every year going forward the comparable roles all the way back to only one point five percent per year up to a maximum of forty miles per gallon when you cancel that out in terms of emissions it's the difference between six billion tons of CO two and greenhouse gases between the trump rule any Obama wrote on many other problems with the trump role but this would have been the single biggest reduction in greenhouse gases of any federal policy if trump had rolled it back so is this then the biggest step that the trump administration has taken to reverse an existing environmental policy certainly in terms of a combination of I would say public health air pollution is clearly the most serious public health threat in terms of environmental law and in terms of climate policy yeah this is this is I guess for the trump administration there their signature moves yet to be seen whether it's successful but this is the biggest one is almost a hundred of these different policy and rule rollbacks the trump has
"grasso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio federal courts across the country are slowing the wheels of justice as they deal with the fallout from the corona virus joining me is Madison alder Bloomberg law reporter so Maddie the ninety four district or trial courts are on the front lines are they handling the pandemic in a similar way here we see a few different measures shake out as being the most common among these courts are a good thing to remember when you're talking about the federal courts and appeals courts and banks they can do whatever they want in response to this the administrative office of the U. S. courts can give them certain types of guidance and can say we highly recommend that or hear the plan that we have in place but the court can do whatever they want and leave after reading through the responses of all ninety four districts courts which is a lot of information have boiled it down to you different categories that have been really similar across the board for the District Court when they're responding to current affairs so tell us about some of the most common ways that they're handling it so the most common way be seen are the most common way is restricting during trial the second most common after that is restricting access to court court rooms and then after that it's encouraging or requiring in some cases teleconferencing I can be either audio or or some conversations so how are courts handling the requirements of a speedy trial are they coming up against any problems with that so one of the first chords that we shall respond with the fire it was the western district of Washington which covers the fee at Seattle Tacoma areas I mean you know Seattle is one of the first area that really had a large outbreak or outside Seattle they had a large outbreak for the western district of Washington within a position where they were navigating vest for a lot of other courts and what they chose to DO in their order is exempted from the speedy trial act which requires among other things that are a tragedy trial can't be the way into it you have access to justice and beg them to their order from that and they specifically stated in the order that the benefits of delaying jury trials really it will even greater than it it out with that it never got higher public health need then the need for speed jury trial begins jury trials in court a lot of people together in in one room and it kind of inherent that that needs to happen so since then we've seen a lot of other courts across the country really take that same action and and exempts there'd be the orders in the trial act and limit jury trials so are they likely to come up against any no constitutional problems there are any defendants likely to object not something that we haven't seen yet of course I wouldn't rule it out we haven't seen that yet though and it seems like this this is really common language that we've seen in each one of these orders that was when the judges explaining why they're having an exemption from from the speedy trial act you know they're saying the public health need here is is much greater and I think that on a national scale we've seen a lot of people are realizing that there is a huge public health need here so I wouldn't rule it out but it's it's something we haven't seen quite yet and how are defendants arrangements being handled it depends so each one of the this report is dealing with this very differently in some areas we've seen arrangements being taken and fighting going into teleconference and in some areas it's been required that these have a teleconference or you know if there's some kind of objection maybe they'll they'll think of a solution there it's so those are still going forward in in in some cases and it just kind of give to show that it really depends on where you are and if you're an attorney or if you have the keys in one of these chords that probably makes the most sense to really take a look at whatever they're doing the roles that they put forward and and procedures because it really can very across the board are any buildings completely close any district courts completely closed we have seen a couple of district completely close a court and sometimes it'll in the third quarter of the non federal building sometimes one building will be closed other buildings will be opened sometimes buildings will be closed to the public but they're still expect the ball by judges and people that work there are limited staff and some might be teleworking but we have seen a couple buildings close sometimes it's just for cleaning we've seen this a few times where courts have had a potential case of corona virus either from a visitor or they had a confirmed case of corona virus and in an effort to be sanitary they.
"grasso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"June Grasso one day soon the stars we can see from earth would be outnumbered by a vast swarm of satellites some professional astronomers raised alarms last spring and again in November after a long musk's SpaceX company launched batches of sixty starling satellites SpaceX has plans to launch thirty thousand more satellites in addition to the twelve thousand already approved by the FCC in the FAA faith slam a columnist for Bloomberg opinion is here to tell us about this guy so stay in your latest column you explain that in decades to come we may be looking up at the sky and not seeing beautiful stars explain well well see the stars but it'll be very watery and according to some calculations we will see more satellites and stars though it'll be mostly man made stop and that is planned to go forward to launch thousands of additional communication satellites so who started raising the alarm about this hello John number is dead and I started saying stories in the news we're professional charmers were complaining that this was that that the number satellites in the sky is it's starting to interfere with their ability to do certain kinds of health of of observations especially of things that are very far away and therefore really interesting but also hard to observe and then they were sort of some throwing lines that I yeah well in the sky also might look kind of different too regular people and I thought wait a minute so you mean it the kids will be out there looking for the big dipper and they'll see old there are there's more here than the big dipper what's going on they will be mad but out anymore we already see opera most civilized place when we see a lot of light pollution we don't really see that I sent to you know you can go out to the desert to the mountain of suddenly see this beautiful sky and the more satellites there are the more of those really beautiful dark skies will be changed because will also be saying more satellites so one of the scientists said that even thirty thousand satellites would profoundly change the view from earth and SpaceX has twelve thousand already approved by the FCC and plans to launch thirty thousand more satellites so that will be quickly coming that's coming in it doesn't have to be that way and in fact you some of the experts I talked to said there are ways that the world could come up with some international agreements either way that that people have with space junk to try to get people to to put limits on paying us to calculate the danger of something producing space junk and that you could do something in a similar way they're also technological changes the there are ways of the satellites could actually be painted black or maybe other things that can be done to make them less obtrusive with those things cost money yes M. L. or the whole thing might not happen as fast amounts where the tradeoff comes because the the the on the side of people that want to launch faster you know there's the argument that you're still people in the developing world who don't have internet access so who don't have high speed internet access and that the world will be a fair a better place if we can get everybody access and I think that's that's true but do we want to do it so fast that we don't take the time to do it right and screw up the the view of the stars sue what organization would initiate this this is an attempt to keep the number down or to have them paint it black there is an organization that it has sort of come together over the space junk problem and we could start another one that focused on the night stand there is a an international dark sky association they're doing something and that they're they're trying to raise awareness of the problem and I did talk to a guy from from that group of and so they you know they have a lot of different things that they are concerned about including the fact that there is a lot of excess light pollution here on earth but now they've they've started to look at this other problem but will definitely need somebody with some kind of power to get people to make agreements the for anything will really change you know with the ecological problems and climate change an endangered species where on the list will space Junko or something I don't even know if this is my life Johnson I mean I pollution and and and general this is a different form of light pollution that they kind of light pollution of people worry about now actually can affect living things because they are there a lot of things that are adapted to a certain kind of date night cycle and and don't do as well when there is constant late including in there some evidence that we humans are not really well adapted to being exposed to so much late at night and so this is a little different problem but it's a serious one because people of have this view of the night sky for ever thanks Faye that's they slam.
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"Download it for a dollar ninety nine from Amazon or if you want the DVD with the special effects go xenos I would suggest you get the kindle version I think I forgot to say that before the actual audio from those wiretaps you can hear the people the real people say the Eddie mob to her APP on the apple store the apple APP store access of a piece of video that he's cabbage done to but my gun Kansas City it was in has happened here and that happened there it's kind of interesting and I'm working on my movie about the and I guess I'm bout petered out with all my Commercials Hair Cam using provided by our oh I.
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"New haven it was it was he had sir he wasn't somebody who's flashier show you're trying to demonstrate anybody anybody anything call he never made a long distance phone call because if he did there would be a record with the phone into a payphone to make a local call in New Haven Connecticut he the FBI sit there for fifteen minutes to stop the interstate on the side of the interstate that way he knows if you're following tuffy lunar somebody and he just pulls over stops on the interstate hello if you have a full crew you got you know forced plane he saw the plane go ahead of huge big circle because circles around them and you see the plane during that then you know he knew that the town and he would drive about one hundred ten mile an hour and then he'd slow way down Jaffe was he was real conscious but but that going real fast and slow down AH probably although the fans probably have to get a court order to do it I bet the locals don't after Oh my God yeah you can send your office and see where they whipped but but yeah those guys lazy they get relax a little bit and if they let their guard down Frank Calabrese and you know you see in the movies a lot of times what what frank said is is you know you you you take your steps then you just go home for the day you don't you don't know you don't try and lose them and huge mob and Grasso had several cruise underneath is closed with with patriarch so he had a couple of guys made they would be following different guys pretty hot and heavy struggled illusion than go on and do their business do they I mean they would just the only so many hours in the day and you got people you gotta see and things you gotta do now they it probably would they really were focused on something that now they probably would go visit that one thing you do also as you Kinda you get a pattern on people after a while back off and send a couple of cars around to the different places where they a two or three miles down the road or some regular coffee stopper or a skin a cat and they unless they're on a specific mission ah Tuffy to Luna and pulling our next to the stop light and he looks over and sees local that was one of those times where they went on home because they were they guy that they eventually did kill but when he saw me that was a good example there Monday us a phone that he didn't really want somebody to know he was using it he might have a daily in time so in order to do business eight they got a half speak indoors they were trying to afford a smarten his guys hours you're sitting there with the guy would say a word he said you know you're sitting here with this guy fine he was a health nut to the they said yeah well he owns a restaurant but you can't eat with him because his foods is just is a no he lived in a little little ranch home in a the money he demanded half their tribute and he also half their income he also from providence to Connecticut and up to up into Massachusetts and they all is a big area but in in the areas they were like small town yeah every everybody knows through through Patriarca made some some deals he he wanted to expand between patriarch in the family so while Patriarchy relations with the other with the other Families Cross oh did he killed that and was on the run from the from the when he was on the Lam and between was he was he was a fugitive from the law and Grosso was his protector and looked out having to pay so much money 'cause I co- kept hitting him up and then when I goes rested multi-million dollar gambling ring and when I go was arrested they into into their territory but what he did do was he a lot of their more money he brought them in and he eventually made them as as as patriarch amended and use a minister the crew up there and made them sprayed Yorkers guys that they they'd pledged for membership so an ambitious absolutely boss will put operate yeah absolutely so Patriarca he was facing some some some real problems but while he in nineteen eighty-four and he proposed guys and I think that's a Sicilian thing but other families have done it to had led to a real that war persico tried to do you know eventually led to to a real conflict in the patriarch Ngelo went to prison in he was in prison eighty four Grosso he was the real he was real strong man run it sorta run in the family because he wasn't he was doing a lot of real estate business at the time so he wasn't really focused on on run the lesser of the two equals the going to be the greater the two equals but their the power it was almost like there was a power vacuum and ended outside Guy Wilson Detroit they did keep it between basically three families Zarrillo yeah those three families they pretty much ruled throughout the course of that the AH they train their their kids for so long in the life that that is already consolidated all this power any himself the move anybody in in front of him that would be a like a death in the between between Connecticut and Rhode Island and that's the two two pretty big powerhouses who are both close to Raymond family and the way they're running things in the way they've at these two guys are running things not sharing power so a couple of cappos close to Patriarca they're not like in that they have little less power under these two guys Reo Larry beyond the Nino he's he's real respected he's an old guide. Jr Is Joseph Russo he's a powerful cap oh he's he's probably one of your battle-axe francs lean running things out of Boston you gotTa make this Jr Russo power we can maybe keep things calm started expanding his gambling empire in into Springfield he's following the truce that had had taken place so he is wooster he's he's I can never pronounce the Damn towns and no master to Taro and they're starting to butt heads and so without that patriarch senior to rein things in Rosso Apo in the family he's also making enemies with the Genovese family out of Springfield in Boston who nobody really likes and he's partnered with the Irish across the board so so Frank Salim is also unpopular so the whole regime and you've got you've got a lot of lot of lot of forces pointed grocer right Ross Zone men don't like him either he's he's been say now that would be where I'd turn in the end that does those three things do it in in just starts unloading shooting at him he hit a couple of times he runs across in four hours later in Connecticut Grasso within a couple of hours of each other are both found dead one of them in was was an informant he went out to Las Vegas and kill them so this this rousseau is a not somebody who would've gotten into a car with anybody he doesn't know and he wouldn't leave town Carlo Master to Taro who was a capco so he said he wanted to meet with him to discuss so he wanted to drive up to their territory where would be safe he got in the car with four of his and they shot him in the back of the head on the interstate going seventy five miles yeah I can hear that conversation this yeah I would I hope they add the damn windows down because you know a gun shuten the dam if you get some guys the head can y'all pull over this next restaurant I would wait that load yeah you got I mean you had you had a three prong attack he had the Genovese at the approval somebody back in New York you'll be rewarded for this I'm under no you gotta handle this on your own and I I can do for you so good luck Russo we'll end this this little war so we'll end the war of succession so it's just outside of Boston a lot of lot of mob guys live in Medford and how is this is the one the one they recorded found out ahead of time Tom they ever recorded a record anybody being made so have eh but you guys having they've never released that tape no yeah they look I tell you why the only way it can ever be released if it's ever used an court proceedings used in court as an exhibit it will never be released by law they can I think they're still season two two to set up the recording I know there was a lot lot of lot are they had taken the proper proper procedures to set up a recording device if about that and I think it had run up through appeals and I think that there are still some debate was was arrested in witness protection for murder he committed it's something to do with that ceremony because it had they don't want it out and if they can keep an out then it'll never get released its right so no he ended up he's he's trying to keep it out he's eat when it was made and they they didn't tell anybody where it was going to be aide found out at the last minute go to this house in he told I can't remember his name got it ends ends with a vowel in its and then shortly thereafter it was it was a huge huge indictment of really recovered him and you know you you don't hear much anymore because they've there's still limping along here in Kansas City and I know they are in Chicago and I'm sure something those bigger big cities lend themselves more to to including Boston and all of New England out of basically the little town of Providence he's a smart guy he he wouldn't hesitate incubating very brutal you know that was just mostly just a pissing contest like a lot of these guys get into but you so you know he was he was doing something right he he didn't he didn't prison sentence he had it was it was a false testimony given he didn't never charge interesting well that's Tom I really appreciate you doing all this research and bringing that to the enjoys his shows especially the ones with cam in that's your brother-in-law just be sitting alone baller wife bothering my wife with this stuff do whatever I don't know how much longer I'll do this but I'll I'll keep I'm still having fun with it right Cam Whoa folks if if you have a friend or relative as time for my little commercial broadcast here for myself since we don't have any sponsors.
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"Under there you go. That's that's the best I can do for you. So Good Luck Russo. So says all right tell you what you make me under boss and you let me make a few guys. Let's make four guys and I will. I'll bring an end to that. So we'll we'll end this this little war so we'll end the war of succession so junior Patriarca junior says okay all right so they decide to get together and they make four guys in a place called Medford Massachusetts just outside of Boston. It's a lot of lot of mob guys live in Medford and they have for years and the reason this is a famous ceremony is because one of the four guys being made was working for the FBI. Now how is this is the one the one they recorded found out ahead of time where it was gonna be. They set up the recording apparatus and the FBI BI recorded this mob ceremony and this is the first time they ever recorded a record. Anybody being made so half have this this just crush them shortly there. How embarrassing all my so embarrassing loss? You couldn't show your talion restaurant Eh. But you guys having to buy their own dinner so that they lost face in front of the whole the entire country on. They've never released that tape. No Yeah they tell you why why. It'll never be released unless somebody's able to snatch it because a under title three only way. It's hugely secret. And the the only way it can ever be released if it's ever used an court proceedings and Internet's evidence it can be released and it's probably there's been a court proceeding based needed that as evidence so if it's not ever introduced into court as an exhibit it will never be released by law. They can't I think they're still the court cases going on around it Whether or not the because I know there was a lot of issues as far as whether or not they They had reason season two two to set up the recording. I know there was a lot lot of a lot of problems surrounding that and I need to do more reading. But the There was a lot of argument about whether or not they set up. They had proper. They had taken the proper proper procedures to set up a recording device if they had proper reason to if they taking the proper steps or if they just set up surveillance and got the got the warrant under under false pretenses. There was a lot of lot of argument about that and I think it had run up through appeals and I think that there are still some debate about that and I know frank. Salim was was in witness protection recently and he only I was this year. The end last year was was arrested in witness protection for murder. He committed in ninety four of nightclub owner and I think he's still contesting that that ceremony. When somebody was it's something to do with that ceremony because it it had something to do with the family but there were there were still some people still some court battle about it? I mean they. They thought the hell any they didn't want they don't want it out and if they can keep an out then it'll never get released. Its right so interesting then. I always wondered how that came about now. I know Salaam you say was in witness protection. Was He the one that was that. Set it up to be no. He ended up. He's he's trying to keep it out he's eat when it was a Saturday. I think he said that that eventually led to hit lead to one of his prosecutions or something. The one the guy who set it up was one of the guys being made and they. They didn't tell anybody where it was going to be. L. There was a secret location secret location and then I think they it was held in. Somebody's sister's house and I think they found out the guy being made aide found out at the last minute go to this house and and he told the FBI and they said that they set up a recording device. The day before it happened or something so they found out at the last minute where it was going to be. He was one of the guys being made. I can't remember his name ends with vowel. When it's yeah it's probably Joseph for Pole or a Tony Guide it ends with a vowel? That's all I can remember. I got you but And then shortly thereafter it was it was a huge huge indictment of the of the Patriarca family. They said it was the largest single law enforcement action against against one crime family ever and they've never really recovered him. And you know you. You don't hear much anymore because they've Solvit in white doubt so interesting. Well this has ended many of the crime families United States And there's still limping along here in Kansas City and I know they are in Chicago and I'm sure they are in in Boston particularly but may not be so much in new you haven and And providence. Boston sale had something. Those big big cities led themselves more to to WHO that kind of action than than than smaller more mid sized town. There's always surprised what the deal was with Raymond. PATRIARCA control it all that including Boston. And all of New England out of basically the little town of Providence Rhode Island. There was a recent he must have been handled a guy he was eight. You know three L. A.. Planner and he was he was he was a smart guy. He wouldn't hesitate inc very brutal But he was a he was well. I think that he butted heads with with Carlo. Gambino a little bit is what I've what I've read but I think that you you know that was just mostly just a pissing contest like a lot of these guys get into but you know like all of them. He could be very brutal when he had to be but he held that family for thirty thirty years and he held off the five families and he he commanded respect from them. So you know he was. He was doing something right he he didn't he didn't pay tribute to any of them and and they got his permission for the operated on his territory so and for thirty years he died of natural causes and the only prison prison sentence he had it was it was a false testimony given and it was set up by by the an FBI agent and he was later released because it was because it was it was a setup. So you know. He didn't even never charge interesting. Well that's It's a pretty interesting story about patriarch. I didn't know much about him and I don't know I've never done a show on the New England mile and now we've got a couple of them in Tom I really appreciate you doing all this research and bringing that to the fans out there. The wire-tappers no they appreciate it. Even on one of the one a a little bit. More things I don't remember which one it was now. said that he really enjoys his shows. especially the ones with CAM in. That's your brother-in-law Some people at least give me a little bit of a recognition that that's great you know otherwise I'd just be sitting alone baller wife bothering my wife with this stuff. Now you got a whole lot of people out there that are really interested in it and Niamh too and we'll. We'll continue this collaboration over the next year to whatever. I don't know how much longer I'll do this but I'll I'll keep I'm still having fun with it Nando. I'll just keep plugging away. Yeah it's I I really enjoy. I really enjoy doing with you. I really thank you for the opportunity. Right Cam WHOA folks. If if you have a friend or relative.
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"A another Bob Film Festival I wanted to come up with another film but I didn't WanNa keep in an online to sell I a couple of things in the mail team we also have I mentioned this once in a while Lybia shot and a drink bar bear I used to work at the raider just getting off a worker he's just getting ready to go to work and they get a shot and a beer dealt with those guys but now at by a shot and a beer or just get me person every minute listened to episode of Gangland Wire would give me fifty grind I really appreciate your regular you're trying to get me drunk I think sometimes Christian Jason Spaghetti's who else we got here we got a make sure people are are thank for for their support because it's hugely important it's not really just it's now it's somebody'll pay a little bit of money for your work it makes it all worthwhile makes it a Arca crime family also known as the office in based out Arabia Patriarca actually was a crime boss over the Metropolitan Area Boston crime family in Boston which then had to keep all those Irish gangs and in I ended up pretty much decimating the the westies try in the Irish gangs they just took down in Hell's kitchen who was the other guy was as Mickey Megi Featherstone's in Boston they work with them they co existed which is probably you make more money that way and outlive we talked about Raymond Patriarchate before and here's more sophisticated I just wanted to make money and keep the peace yeah there's no money and run around killing people yeah let any added tonight we're GonNa talk about a guy named William Wild Bill Grasso yeah is that Cecily or is that just southern Italy I can't remember everybody that came over and the turn of the century was from primarily there's a lot of people from Sisley and they're the ones that that moved into the just no opportunity all in Sicily in turn of the century around that the Kansas City about Oh two hundred miles the place where joy doves Yuba a in town and I started asking around and there's a whole lot out coal mines back Kansas and start working in a coal mine so there is you know of course they brought people because you know for people for the row people the poor people insist the the Mafi was you know people tell me Oh there's some kind of mob influenced down in front Nak so I keep asking around well why is that why is that rumor out there and finally I find out here Grasso he is family came over here from southern Italy that's is I'm sure I know they look down on each other to certain greater lesser extent take I agree yeah that's right see I'm not so no jobs very much and he gets involved with with crime in Kansas City and they all served in World War Two many of them had you know their bowl guys it started into a life of crime in the new haven yeah and the in the early fifties the that was that was before Patriarca sittard neutral territory and the so a lot of lot of the families ran the gambling under a guy named Tropeano and the Genovese he's ran two guys hated each other but they split the rackets in that in in Providence Rhode Island under a guy named Lello so there was no there was no office mobbed up at the time in new haven was was to start out it's for the Colombo family under the schedule beyond out and he was he was pretty interesting scheme he wanted to to incorporate all he would've been in his in his thirties he's trying to put together all of the all the garbage garbage don't they Tony Soprano love is it's in seventy four and he goes back to to new wants to take over new haven for Patriarca he gets Arca agrees he says we run this area we run Rhode Island we also so new haven is a port city you've got he starts he has some issues with some local congressional and he Paul degreaser disappears over there rackets so the Gambino are no longer a presence in new haven the visa boss enunciated. I'm sorry the Colombo Boston's Ziada Tom Izzo has no competition from the other families he's he's eliminated the Gambino's aw these nunziata the genovise and trope Jato Genovese Capito he disappears he was trying to get his rackets back and he's I know he disappears also and the thinking is that he was told by so the last man standing there is our friend Wild Guy Grasso correct and walk in Brooklyn so the Colombo genevieve's Gambino or all we've got three guys dead within within a few months of each other within less than takes over there are a couple of Gambino hitman freelance hitman for the Gambino are all killed also in new haven in the surrounding areas I have yeah somehow they they must have come to some agree then get America's real strength in where the five families sort of they recognized his power Frank Colo who had some struggles with the with the genovese family conventional yeah the javits center yeah that was absolute Lana Mossy came out of that jeopardize the money he's making on this huge project and this Guy Frank Colo is anyway so he reaches out Raymond Patriarca and says look I'm you can have his rackets shortly thereafter nineteen eighty-one and that was Patriarca sanctioned hit because he was a made guy and it's eliminated the Gambino 's the Colombo's and the Genovese family in Leo Mania Flamboyant Guy he was he was absolutely not he had a terrible the things are tomatoes work cut properly he was he was yelling and screaming he in.
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"Really enjoyed reading it. Well we we hope people like we will have that available here in a few months or doing a Another Bob Film Festival. I wanted to come up with another film. I DIDN'T WANNA keep showing gangland wire over and over again. I want to come up with another film. The mob film festival here in Kansas City in November will probably be the kind of the premiere of this movie in and have it online the cell I- I'd like to thank a few people Michael mccollum for sure made me a nice really nice donation on Pay Pal he's GONNA as soon as he gets me his address. We're GONNA have a couple of things in the mail team. We also have mentioned this once in a while. The Been Mo- APP if you have been Mo- by me as Yata Beer and a Oh shot a beer. That's that's how much I know about. IBM shot and a drink bar bear. I used to work at the one of the steel plants. And there's a bar and grill just outside the front gate and you'd go in there at six o'clock in the morning and these guys being they're getting rate raider just getting off a worker. He's just getting ready to go to work. And they get a shot and a beer and then take that shot down that beer and head off to work or get get another one that they were just getting off and another one different time I couldn't. I couldn't keep up with those guys. But now there's been more apt by me shot and a beer or get me A Cup of coffee starbucks would be nice. You know that's an expensive coffee but no I'm just kidding. Yeah you know I I just anything Often said if if every person listen to every lesson to episode of Gangland Wire would give me fifty cents. I'd be a rich man today. But that's okay we like doing. Don't we absolutely so We'll keep doing it. I WanNa thank you for People Mark Ryan Mark Grind. I really appreciate your regular. You're trying to get me drunk. I think sometimes Tammuz Bryce a really expensive nights cup of coffee at starbucks Got Paul Nobrega Paul Christian Jason Spaghetti's who else we got here. We got a Alan Turner. I guess that's how I see on that that particular. Ah Page zero well. That's that's enough. Thank too much these people before so I always like to make sure people are are thank for for their support because it's hugely important. It's not really just the money I mean. The money's nice but it's more knowing that people appreciate what you're doing don't you ca- absolutely absolutely no people listening in and support. What you're doing it's now it's somebody'll pay a little bit of money for your work? It makes it all worthwhile makes it a lot easier do and and makes it easier to to spend a little extra time on it tonight. We're going to talk about where we've been talking about the Patriarca crime family also known as the office in based out out of Providence Rhode Island in the Federal Hill neighborhood and They also what I found interesting. We learned in another episode. That Arabia Patriarca actually was a crime boss over the Metropolitan Area Boston from his little much smaller town of Providence Rhode Island Jerry Angelo. I think in that. He's when he's he's the he was the underboss Patriarca crime family in Boston. which then had to keep all those Irish gangs in in control or make deals with them work with them so that would be a heck of a job? We don't have anything like that. And you know a New York in Manhattan they just. I ended up pretty much. Decimating the the westies threat in the Irish gangs. They just took them all over and kicked him out. The heck a mob or there for a while in Manhattan's batons right. I I I did. One story about Mickey Featherstone Hell's kitchen Down in Hell's kitchen Who was the other guy was as Mickey Mickey better stones got it turned on everybody at thanks Jimmy Kuhn Yeah make explain and Jimmy Kuhnen And so but they just kill them all off and took everything. They have In Boston they work with them. They co existed. which is probably you make more money that way and that's probably was a pay patriarch's influence don't you imagine? Yeah that was a hell of a lot more into so. They couldn't just be dismissed out when we talked about Raymond before and here's more sophisticated as you called more Machiavelli than Mussalini I love that term but He was a sophisticated guy that just wanted to make money and keep the peace. Yeah there's no money and run around killing people only if you have to let good mob boss do it. You see how long John Gotti last after he lasted after he got kind of on up there. Yeah let any added tonight. We're going to talk about a guy named William Wild Bill Grasso also who I don't know anything about is He was from Connecticut. Originally I see you in your notes here is born in new haven. Immigrants came from Caserta. Yeah is that Cecily or is that just southern Italy. I can't remember I believe that's I think that's yeah. But she talked about everybody that came over in. The turn of the century was from Southern Italy or Sicily Naples south. You know Al Capone was in the politics. So there's a few but but primarily. There's a lot of people from Sisley and they're the ones that that moved into the ghetto shall we seek and kind of had the low end jobs and and there must have been in a like a almost like a famine going on and and a just no opportunity to all in Sicily in turn of the century around that. Ah Yeah. My mother's people came over over about that time just to carry this together. Family came over. Yeah it was. I was down a city south the Kansas City about Oh two hundred miles the place where joy dubs Yuba a shot. The five hundred thousand got caught bringing them back and and that little city of front cut neck. It's gotta a French name. But it is an Italian town and I started asking around. And there's a whole lot out. Coal mines lines down there and around the turn of the century tons of people from Sicily. Went through Ellis Island and came to Franek Doc. Kansas and start working in a coal mine. So there is you know. Of course they brought the Sicilian mafia weather. Some some germ of it's my understanding avenue. In some understanding of how You need to get along with the Mafia people because you know for people for the row people. The poor people insist the the mafia was is like their government. And they were they were the ones that protected them So it's a little pockets all around. He's always like looking back into the or why you know people tell me. Oh there's some kind of mob influenced down in front Nak Pittsburg. Kansas and I'm going you know so I kinda check around and I find Out Dubs Hooper with and shadow. Those doves so I keep asking around. Well why is that. Why is that rumor out there and finally I find out out that is because so many people came from Sicily to turn of the century to work in the coal mines? Guy This guy here. Grasso he is family. Came over here from Southern Italy it's Nate Lutts. Yeah Caserta Naples okay. So he's in the apology. Politics is he. He's not one of the real deal guys I'm sure I know. They look down on each other to certain greater lesser extent. Yeah we always do that no matter what little subculture were proud we find somebody we can look down. We'll see natural human instinct. Don't you take. I agree yeah. That's right see. I'm not so bad I could be one of them. You know hey starts out like a lot of them during the nineteen twenties Jobs very much and he gets involved with With crime He he was listed in World War Two like so many of these guys. Dad always kind of amazed when I see the obituaries of some eur lesser guys earn again the city and they all served in World War. Many of them had You know their bowl guys. So many of them had Decorations from their service. Time and and and this guy Served in World War Two came out of that and started into a life of crime In the new haven area he was. You wrote down his associated Colombo fan wondered. You have any idea how that happened. It was because Colombo family had that area already. Yeah and the In the early fifties the that was that was before Patriarca and of course Patriarca gathered up the entire area area into under under one family but new Haven Connecticut General was considered neutral territory and the so a lot of a lot of the families l.. Pretty much operated out of new haven at the time and the it was basically split between the Colombo's Genovese is the Colombo's ran the gambling under guiding Tropeano and the Genovese. He's ran the construction unions under a guy name Midge and UN's Yano no no so they split those rackets. One are from what I found out. Those two guys hated each other. But they split the rackets in that in in that city pretty evenly in new haven and so if you wanted to be in the mob period there was no Patriarca wasn't and he was he was just in Providence Rhode Island under a guy named Rela so there was no there was no office was no patriarch. At the time he was just he was just a regular guy. I run numbers for For A guy. So the only option really if you wanted to be mobbed up at the time in new haven was was to start out with these Colombo's with the Colombo family. So Grosso was. He started up gambling and collecting debts. It's for the Colombo family under the schedule beyond out. And he was he was pretty entered. Enterprise and guy and he. He ran dice games in all but he eat pretty early on wanted to expand and he put together Pretty interesting scheme. He wanted to to incorporate all the garbage industry of new haven and being a young guy that was that was I mean this was in the early sixties. He would've been he. He would've been in his in his thirties. He's trying to put together all of the all the garbage carriers and inform a union and run run the whole garbage injury. You know how the mobs with garbage. That's big business and they love garbage. Johnny Tony Soprano love. It's only in the northeast that we don't have that in Kansas City. For example we have primarily the the city runs a most of the training out there is a grosso gets out of prison in seventy four and he goes back to to new haven but by now he end Patriarca have come up with a plan. PATRIARCA had already been released from prison. Cross oh wants to take over new haven for Patriarca. He gets Out Any realizes there's all these families operating in new haven. He doesn't. He doesn't appreciate that he thinks that should be patriarchate territory and Raymond Patriarca Arca agrees. He says we run this area. We run Rhode Island. We run most Boston. We allow genevieve celebrate their in Western turn Massachusetts but it's our territory. Why don't we go ahead and take over Connecticut? Also so new haven is a port city. You've got thank you got the port right there. So you've got a lot of shipping. So as soon as Grasso comes out of prison in seventy four he he starts he has issues with some local. Gambino guys couple of Gambino. Oh guys local Gambino boss guy. Name Paul degreaser aggressive and he Paul degreaser disappears ears on his way to a party. Guy Name John Slough Pulmonary. His car blows up. And William Grasso takes over there rackets. So Gambino's are no longer a presence in new haven and Grosso has taken over their rackets. I am few years later and also during this time. The genovese boss. I'm sorry the Colombo Boston. Ziada Shit the Colombo bosses in Prison Troiano and earned Ziada the. VC bosses also imprisoned so during this. Tom Tom Izzo has no competition from the other families. He's he's eliminated the Gambino's and the genevieve's in Colombo bosses are in prison so he's running newhaven loan few years later in nineteen seventy nine these Nunziata genovese and trope Jato the Colombo. They get out of prison and they want their rackets back. So within a year of getting out of prison nunziata disappears the Genovese Capito he disappears. He was trying to get his rackets back and he's gone shortly thereafter a soldier. If if is Tommy vast donahue last person to see the Idaho he disappears also in the thinking is that he was told by grow so he could take over his boss's rackets and he is found dead in his backyard. Bullet he was shot back and in his backyard. So the last man standing there is our friend Wild Guy Grasso correct and I think we know who the suspect was on that absolutely are all those shortly thereafter the Colombo Capco is shot by two masked men on the Sidewalk Brooklyn so the Colombo genevieve's Gambino or all are all eliminated an FBI agent who's identified. He says you know. Why have we been for years in Connecticut without a hit now all of a sudden we've got three guys dead within within a few months of each other within less than a year we've got three guys did and it's it's Grosso making moves? He's eliminating all competition and now new haven is his. Everybody is dead and he takes over. There are a couple of Gambino hitman. Freelance Hitman men guy named Bill Szymanski and Joseph Rabbit. They are eliminated. Also in April. This this is all in April..
Giuliani falls deeper into impeachment inquiry as two associates arrested by FBI on campaign finance charges
"Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani getting drawn deeper into president trump's impeachment inquiry Julie Giuliani's associates have now been indicted on campaign finance charges and for criminal charges including conspiracy falsifying records and lying to the Federal Election Commission for more on what's ahead bloomers June Grasso speech of former federal prosecutor and current partner and my card or an English Robert Mintz so about people often here campaign finance charges and dismiss them as something that's not that serious just tell series are these charges well we are very serious charges and they carry potential lengthy prison sentences somebody's convicted and essentially what federal law prohibits here are foreign campaign contributions to American politicians at any level of government and the idea behind this is simply that we don't want foreign governments to be interfering in our electoral process whether that's on the state or federal level how much pressure or will they be under to flip and give information perhaps on guiliani well like any defendant shipping charge with a federal crime or chasing significant jail time one way out of their troubles if you decide to join the government's team and cooperate that could essentially buy their way out of jail it really depends on the individual how much jail time they're facing and whether or not they're willing to roll the dice take their case to trial knowing that if they lose the wind up in jail rats have subpoena and the two associates for their communications with Giuliani and they've also subpoenaed guiliani for his communications with them among other things are there any grounds for them to oppose handing over the documents well the two individuals that have now been indicted are unlikely to cooperate with any congressional investigation facing federal criminal charges and they will undoubtedly assert their right and perhaps also the service is Amanda right against turning over any documents Rudy Giuliani on the other hand is a different situation he is a central witness in this criminal case she is now while not charged himself with any criminal wrongdoing he's just a little bit closer to individuals who have been charged Giuliani has acknowledged that these two individuals who have been charged in this election interference case worked with him as he attempted to try to get you craning government to investigate the bike so they are linked with him in a way that puts him in greater peril where he decide to testify freely before Congress but he certainly has to be giving serious thought to the fact that he is being drawn into this criminal investigation and it also raises the interesting question of whether or not Giuliani could continue to act as an attorney for the president now that she is at least a witness in this federal criminal
Ten-year Treasury yield falls below 1.5%
"The ten year treasury yields with below one point five percent for the first time in three years well the thirty year dropped under two percent for the first time trade headline said investors on edge the volatility has with markets for most of August since president trump escalated the spat with China the ten year yield at one point five to six nine percent and the two year yield of one point four nine five seven percent and that of Bloomberg business splash Bloomberg best with June Grasso and ed Baxter
Egypt begins restoration on King Tut's golden coffin
"It Jim begins the restoration on king tut's a golden call often fox's cell June Grasso has details it's the first ever restoration work on the gold covered sarcophagus or outermost coffin of the famed boy pharaoh Tutankhamen the legendary king tut who assumed the throne at age nine ruling until his death at age eighteen or nineteen the coffins made of wood and gilded with gold and the restoration is expected to take at least eight months it was never restored since nineteen twenty two when British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the intact three thousand year old tomb at the treasures that
"grasso" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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Bloomberg, Roger Stone And Davidson Shabazz Napier discussed on Bloomberg Opinion
"Deal. Former Trump adviser Roger stone says he believes his arrest in the special counsels. Russia probe was politically motivated, and he's failing to plead not guilty and fight the charges. Stone has now been charged with witness tampering. Obstruction in line. The congress US stocks finished broadly higher on Friday as tech companies jump to other companies that stand to benefit from faster economic growth. They can dust drills retailers also grows. I'm barton. Now this Bloomberg sports update. Theo Pinson, Davidson Shabazz Napier carried a nets bench that dominated the next even without Spencer Dinwiddie and the nets beat the next at the Barclays center one zero nine ninety nine for their sixth straight win. Pinson on the two way contracts. Scored a career-high nineteen points Davis seventeen points and sixteen rebounds. Napier at eighteen is the nets reserves turned around and then ran away with the game, even without Dinwiddie. There are six men who has torn ligaments in his right bummed. Trey Burke, scored twenty five points of online had a career high twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the visiting Knicks. The next have now lost eight in a row in twenty one of their last twenty three National Hockey League in the midst of their all-star game break the all star game to be played later this evening on San Jose local college basketball, the victory for I ONA, they defeat writers seventy seven seventy one Quinnipiac over Marissa ninety two seventy eight in the Ivy league was yield seventy nine Brown's seventy one. Nobody joke that Jesus booked a spot in Sunday's men's final of the Australian Open with a dominant straight-set win over Frenchman. Lucas poli the world's number one job of its next faces Nidal and a rematch of the two thousand twelve final. Justin, Rose, six hundred sixty six that gave him a three shot lead going into the weekend at the farmers insurance. Open in San Diego. Tiger Woods was eleven shots behind after failing again to make enough putts. He shot another seventy well making another move to bolster their bullpen amounts of agreed to a ten million dollar two year contract with free agent. Left-hander? Justin Wilson, Mike Mussina has elected not to have a team logo on his hall of fame plaque in Cooperstown museum pitch ten years in Baltimore and finished his career with eight seasons in a Yankees uniform and football news. The National Football League's all time leading scorer will be back for at least one more season as the Indianapolis Colts have resigned kicker Adam Vinatieri to a one year contract. The forty six year old will play a twenty four th season. With a Bloomberg. Sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio. Bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm June Grasso. Coming up on the show. The reason Republicans fell in love with tax cuts. Plus, how retailers are struggling to understand tech? But first drugmakers ushered in the
Bloomberg, June Grasso And Jay Powell discussed on Bloomberg Best
"Chico's F A S the clothing company plummeted thirty eight percent its biggest decline in twenty five years as a public. Company after third quarter results missed analysts expectations. Stocks surged with the S and P five hundred index rallying sixty one percent after fed chair. Jay Powell speech today in New York SMP up two point three percent. Dow Industrial's up six hundred seventeen two and a half percent. Nasdaq up two hundred eight a cane there of three percents. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best June Grasso at Baxter continues. From
Alphabet misses Wall Street revenue estimates; shares fall
"Climbing forty nine points of one point nine percent. Dow industrials rally four hundred one points off one point six percent, while the NASDAQ composite index picked up two hundred ten points are by three percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best with June Grasso and Ed Baxter continuance. From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best today. UBS CEO, Sergio Armani told investors at the Bank would shoot for a bolder set of financial targets but kept a January goal of attracting net new money. He spoke with Bloomberg's Nara chayhitch. In london. Let's start on a tweaking of the financial targets is this about growth visit about cost-cutting. What is the message for investors is about both? Actually, we want to reiterate the story. That's why we always to look at ways to become more efficient than we are doing that. The real story for us is are we free up resources through costs initiatives to reinvest in our business. And that's the reason why you should our plans, we as fact our cost base to stay flat excluding variable compensation. Performance performance-related and grow our top line. And so growing the top line is sustained by two cycle are trends that we are experiencing wealth creation and wealth transfer into ward and also the opening up of China's as as a financial markets and in general, we do cintos? Two forces allowing us to grow at least as much as the real duty growth globally. All right. Let's talk more about growth, and where's the growth gonna come from in global wealth management, particularly in the US? Well, actually in the US our next focus would be on. Developing more, our alt-right high net worth the offering and enlarging and bringing our expertise that we have globally on that area together with the family offices kept communities that we already have into the US and tapping a market that he's very promising for us. And that he's under tapped, honestly for UBS the second areas of growth for us is that we didn't really touch the US persons outside the US in the last ten years. And I think this is also very nice opportunity. We do we do factor around seventy billion of influencing the next door three years to come from. That's segment of Brian's interesting. So talking about ex-pats Darren and wealth management all regions data book inflows except the Americas. So in the US, what can you offer clients, particularly in global wealth management, but also in other areas that you'll US competitors. Can't well. Well, I think it's really first of all I would say that said our inflows closing the US. Are broadly line actually are in line in that with the industry standards. If you look at our US competitors Donna report, and then you money, and so the the best proxy to understand inflows and outflows on a competitive basis is to look at invested assets. And we have been growing in line with our peers, so one can assume that we had the same kind of universe of menu money. In terms of of the competitive, what we what we can offer is really this capability is that we have outside the US that makes us unique. We are the only truly global wealth manager in the war. So he means that we have leading leadership positions in all main markets, not only in the US. We we are a top player, but also in Asia and European Switzerland. So we can bring the expertise of investing globally, and which is very complementary to some of our competitors include will wealth management, then what a lot of investors have been focusing on is what's gonna come from the cost cuts. There was some tweaking around the cost targets today. Just talked to me about that. First of all, how should we interpret them and how others cost cuts gonna come about? Well, the costs are. Four is a function of becoming more efficient. And you know, when you look at our call space one thing is going to stay fairly stable is investment in technology and investment in technologies. Allowing us to take down the rest of the cost of Beijing. The Bank from tobacco around two to three percent a year. But the most important issues that what do we do in those cost savings? We'd we invest for future growth, that's the very important element. Our story is not about cost cutting our stories that combination of efficiency. Now, we manage our resources and how we manage our balance sheet. So the trade off for us sees the frontier of efficiency between capital returns and cost income ratio. Where we are one of the best in the work. A buyback program is running ahead of plan. And you have said today don't confuse one by program with our ambition and potential so through this for me, what is the potential for buybacks. How? Ambitious? Can they get what was the first of all let me clarify that statement because it means that under Swiss stock exchange also we have to declare an an amount and within three years we need to complete the program, and that has nothing to do with the cash flow that we will generate over three or four or five years. So, and you know, we are we are announcing every year. Our ambitions at the beginning of the year. We said we're going to buy five hundred and fifty million we already exceeded that targets as we speak with six hundred and fifty million worth of shares that we was back and in January when we announce our dividend for two thousand eighteen and paid in nineteen we announce our share buyback intentions for two thousand nine hundred that was UBS
Markets close lower with DOW, NASDAQ and SMP all in retreat
"Right. We're looking at a down day. Few us equities here with the Dow the s&p NASDAQ all retreat and dropping three down one tenth of one percent. The Dow off session lows down thirty six now down also by one tenth of one percent. Nasdaq hanging in there just above eight thousand down thirteen now with drop their of about two tenths of one percents. Latest weekly rig count numbers from Baker Hughes shale explorers added rigs this week even as pipeline pinch has sent prices plummeting in America's busiest basin. Baker Hughes has working oil rigs rose seven this week to eight hundred and sixty
Bloomberg, CEO Elon Musk and Charlie Pellett discussed on Bloomberg Best
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Faster US Inflation Expected
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Loeb's Third Point calls for Campbell Soup sale: filing
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Bloomberg, China and Los Angeles discussed on
"Martin Eckerd I'm Bryan Curtis. In Los Angeles let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets Chinese state media says the country is prepared for a protracted war and does not fear sacrificing short. Term economic interests this is in regards to a trade war with, the United States, one media outlet the global times said it's the US that's trying to conclude trade disputes quickly in editor Oriel it said that China has to defend its, right to develop but that the Chinese people do not want a trade war President Trump said over the weekend in Ohio that the United States has the upper hand over China when it comes. To trade issues the president also said that the US is responsible for China's. Past, economic growth well, the Chinese currency the you on is holding onto its gains, after a surprise move by the central Bank to make it more expensive Tibet. Against the currency the offshore Yuan has gained about two tenths of. A percent in Early Monday morning trading Asian stocks have opened. Higher right across, the board I'll have, details in a moment Nissan has agreed to sell its electric car battery business to China's envision group no price was disclosed but under, the deal Nissan would keep a twenty five percent stake in the business Nissan had been planning on selling the unit to a private equity group in China that deal collapsed about a month ago. Well j. p. Morgan CEO Jamie diamond has told investors to prepare for yields. On, treasuries of the, tenure above five percent rather than four percent the benchmark is, still struggling to push through three percent at the moment in Tokyo trade the. Latest yield on the ten year is two point nine five percent Think tank index is now up three hundred and fifty. Nine points a, gain of one point three percent the Shanghai. Composite is now up about three tenths of one percent. The Nikkei is, rallying about a half of percent global news twenty four. Hours a day powered by twenty. Seven hundred journalists in one hundred twenty countries in Los Angeles I'm Brian Curtis. This is Bloomberg this, is Bloomberg best Bloomberg's, best is about the insight and the context and get the. Marquess it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg you're not. Going, to find in any, other news organization Bloomberg best Bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more. Than one hundred twenty countries around the world I'm Ed Baxter June Grasso on visit issue. Of Bloomberg best the CEO of L'Oreal expresses his frustration over, trade wars I think it's absurd Last thing the world is leaving right now wall, Credit Suisse CO two John theon discusses the banks second, quarter earnings performance Cleveland but the wealth which, is much more stable predictable going very nicely and. We can then solve Plus BPCL Bob Dudley on a state of the company are. Gearing is coming down gave us the confidence to raise the dividend for, the first time in fifteen quarters so we've got momentum, and people are pleased all this and more, coming up in the, next hour of Bloomberg best.
"grasso" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And thank you for joining me this evening or this morning wherever you may be i am dave traders filling in for george noory my guest this evening michael grasso ph d's written a book called the final choice death or transcendence now just before the break dr grasso you mentioned the fact that you've had three encounters of survival can you elaborate a little bit on that for us maybe give us an example or two uh well let me read probably the most striking example on that i would give is that i spent a night in our own inhouse one of my uh hold me that her house was haunting she described how basically nine she told me that nine people including family members and friends who were in the house had some kind of an encounter with this theme entity okay so i said okay let me spend the night uh in your house if you don't mind and so we had an arrangement that i would uh downstairs sleep downstairs and she pointed out uh this woman where this particular entity tended to appear of would what appeared all over the house so i i didn't expect much to happen uh quite honestly and uh i was sitting down in this ruling was late at night of rain may be about to clock in the morning and uh there was on the wall of the of the of the wound that i was sitting in a gone with a with a stick in it that you use to uh i was sitting down in this ruling was late at night of rain maybe about to clock in the morning and there was on the wall of the of.
"grasso" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Of the best selling popula books which by the way or not altogether terrible some of these folks but the whole point was to uh undermine the authenticity of the entire idea of research on my after death all right i thought i write him a letter i wrote a very very polite careful civilized letter and i had it i'd vetted with a couple of friends of mine and make sure that the phone was perfectly respectful questioning why did you call this science when in fact this individual oh has not dealt at all with the science uh of this topic well they didn't publish the article that mon mike mike i'm sorry they didn't publish my better in fact they published no lettuce whatsoever which was puzzling on the topic i don't know if other people sent letters in but that's just an illustration of the problem because before we had the the last break you talking about why why is all this uh why are we not aware why are people not aware of these potentialities why are we being submerged in all kinds of mythologies and uh distortions and lies uh well the answer is uh that's the way the culture is working right now and uh but the fact of the matter is you're absolutely right uh it it is uh that were the the information that should be out the education that should be taking place of people to make them more human more sensitive more aware of other people want parliament of difference uh if if not being encouraged by the main scream culture and when it comes to disseminating information about human potential in only a minority of individuals there funny them out there and but nevertheless they are a minority and they tend to occupy the role of outsiders and on the cultural scene let me play let me play devil's advocate here the decker grasso entrusts me i i'm gonna i'm gonna ask some questions and all press you from the other side of this it but i'm i'm on the side of yes i believe that there needs to be more scientific testing on more relevant things and things that would be important to the world on the whole and i i believe that we spend we too much stupid money on a joke tirana butter before on the shows but it's true you know they spent millions of dollars to find out why is certain breed of spider monkeys pleasure themselves.
"grasso" Discussed on Channel 955
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