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"james h wilkerson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"james h wilkerson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Earned money would prove he was also a tax cheat. So with that in mind investigators from the Treasury's Special Intelligence Unit set to work finding evidence to use against capone. It was easy to see that capone's wealth was massive, but it was less clear where his money came from. He didn't keep a bank account and never signed checks or receipts making it almost impossible to trace his finances but determined to get there man the investigators got creative. They looked into the records of department stores, car dealerships and hotels. And found evidence capone spent huge sums on things like diamond studded belt buckles, custom clothing, gold plated dinner wear, and a Lincoln limousine. They were also able to link capone to thirty nine thousand dollars in phone bills and an extravagant party to watch a boxing match along with the circumstantial evidence tying capone to extraordinary wealth raids unearthed incriminating ledgers that suggested he earned money from gambling hall additionally federal agents convinced several of Capone's associates to give testimonies against their boss. In nineteen, thirty, one as the walls closed in around coupon he and his lawyer met with investigators to work out a deal facing charges of tax evasion. Both sides agreed to a bargain coupon would plead guilty to the charges and in exchange served two and a half years behind bars. But in July of nineteen, thirty, one after component appeared before federal judge James, H Wilkerson the previous month the judge threw the deal out in response coupon with drew his guilty plea and the criminal pace moved forward. Before they even reached, the courtroom capone tried once more to rig the system in his favor he bribed members of the potential jury pool somehow discovering their names before even the judge new ones prosecutors were tipped off they alerted judge Wilkerson who seemed unruffled by the news on the day capone's trial was set to begin wilkerson instructed his bay lift to escort the entire jury down the hall to a different courtroom where they would switch places with the jury from another trial. Also beginning that day Wilkerson was determined to show that capone could cheat the system all he wanted, but it was he the judge who set the rules and he could change them whenever he wanted. Capone was sunk following his guilty verdict and sentencing capone's appeals all failed. So he entered the US penitentiary in Atlanta. Georgia. There he bribed officials to allow him luxuries to make his stay more comfortable including rugs, a typewriter and a set of encyclopedia's. But when authorities discovered his scam in nineteen thirty four, he was moved to Alcatraz in San Francisco. They're the once fearsome mobster wasted away unable to work the system. As he'd done, his entire adult life capone eventually admitted it looks like Alcatraz has got me linked. Indeed Capone's mental state deteriorated while he was a prisoner on the island penitentiary, but it was late stage syphilis, not the prisons brutal conditions that caused his declining health and when capone was released in November of nineteen, thirty nine, his physician declared that the forty year old had the mentality of a twelve year old child. Clearly unable to resume control of his criminal empire Al Capone retreated to his luxury home on Palm Island in Florida where he lived the remainder of his days with his wife and immediate family. It's often said that death and taxes are the two parts of modern life that come for us all. Taxes came, for AL, capone, in nineteen.

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"james h wilkerson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:34 min | 4 months ago

"james h wilkerson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Like he always did earlier he boasted the government can't collect legal taxes from illegal money and it was illegal money he and his lawyers seem to have no problem admitting that. But how he acquired his wealth wasn't the focus of the eleven day trial in. Their Defense Capone's lawyers argued their client was a gambling addict who had lost some three hundred thousand dollars over a number of years. It was an odd defense to put up but might have been their only option because Al Capone was guilty of the charges against him. He'd never filed a single income tax return but was worth tens of millions and faced with those facts. His lawyers sought to mislead the jury imploring them to pity a hopeless gambling addict. It didn't seem to fool anyone still the jury deliberated for about eight hours and return to the courtroom later that same evening. Silence fell over the courtroom as judge James H Wilkerson directed the clerk to read the verdict as soon as the first guilty was announced reporters raced from the room heading for phones to call the news into their editors meanwhile capone grinned as though he felt he had gotten off easily according to the New York Times. The bulky man stood in his green suit grinning at anyone who looked at him perhaps he smiled because he knew he could appeal the verdict or because he anticipated a light sentence. But a month later on November twenty, fourth nineteen, thirty, one judge wilkerson sentenced the mob boss to eleven years in federal prison and imposed fines and tax payments close to three hundred, thousand dollars. It was the longest term ever imposed for tax evasion, which was possibly a reflection of capone's notoriety. Capone wasn't used to losing so badly except perhaps at the race track. So as he was led from the courtroom in handcuffs, he allegedly yelled I'm not through fighting yet. But. As capone would learn, there are some fights you just can't win. Coming up, we look at the crimes of Al Capone and the winding road that led to his downfall. Listeners who doesn't love a good ghost story rattling chains mysteriously moving objects unfinished business I am ready for all things spooky and so his podcast network starting October first, we're bringing you the scariest most hair raising ghost stories ever imagined every. Thursday. On the new original series haunted places go stories, Alistair Murdoch and summons a new spine tingling tale of rates phantoms and chilling apparitions. These stories come from all over the world including Japan India, the UK and even ancient Rome don't miss stone cold classics like the Kit bag by Algernon Blackwood. A sinister account of a condemned murderers final wish and the lengths he'd go to fulfill it and the me Suray a Spanish tale of a wondering musician who here's a terrifyingly beautiful song in a burned-out monastery and is doomed to capture. It's notes. Until he dies, you can find and follow haunted places go stories free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and don't forget. October. Is Our favorite month and one of our busiest. So make sure to search podcast network in the spotify search bar to see all our new shows. It takes time to research different true crime for each day of the year a lot of time. So when it comes time to turn off my brain and just relax I, go to best fiends the casual mobile puzzle game with over one hundred, million downloads and counting best fiends is a challenging match three game that has literally millions of five star reviews on the apple APP store and Google play I used to play here and they're like. Between recording sessions or while waiting in line at the store but now I find myself playing more often because I enjoy it. So much I think what I like most about best fiends is that it's challenging without being so difficult that it's frustrating with over five thousand best fiends puzzles to solve. It looks like all never be bored again, download best fiends free today on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. Now back to the story. On October Seventeenth Nineteen, thirty, one, thirty, two, year, old gangster Al Capone was convicted of tax evasion. It was the final nail in the coffin for capone. Eventually, sentenced to eleven years in federal prison, and though the result was a win for the authorities getting, there hadn't been an easy journey until his tax conviction capone operated under an assumption of invulnerability as Leader of the notorious Chicago outfit crime syndicate capone commanded vast resources in excess of a reported one, hundred million dollars each year in today's money that's around one point, five billion dollars, and with that money came the ability to buy influence and favor with officials of every level. Capone even had Chicago's mayor. Big Bill Thompson safely in his pocket meaning he feared no repercussions for his racketeering bootlegging and gambling businesses. So great was his influence that his enforcers an army of triggermen who took care of the violent aspects of capone's business dealings carried cards to hand to law enforcement. The cards were issued by the city and read to the police department. You will extend the courtesies of this department to the bearer they were in effect get out of jail free cards. Not that they were always needed in addition to his money and influence capone was one of the country's most feared men past criminal charges against him including murder failed to stick because so many people were either on the take or too scared to testify against the mandate called scarface. But. When US President Herbert Hoover told his treasury secretary quote I want that man in jail it signal the end of Capone's rain. In the past it proved difficult to pin charges against the mobster for his underworld activities but they weren't the only laws he'd broken by nineteen twenty, nine capone himself was reportedly worth around thirty million dollars but had never filed an income tax return. Thanks to an earlier. Supreme. Court ruling all in income even money earned from criminal activities was subject to taxation proving capone.

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"james h wilkerson" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"james h wilkerson" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"God. Now. Blackeyed just wanted to be the lead singer of a punk band in nineteen eighty and so let's not be Mansfield. Here's why they liked this was a theory that got developed was because Blackie Mansfield had been tied to several murders, including the murder of his own wife his infant child. His parents in law or his inlaws as I probably should have said. His appearance is implied. Two years after the moors were killed. He killed basically his whole fan. So they were like, yeah. Probably did it detective James Newton Wilkerson of the burns detective agency of Kansas City had been investigating Mansfield for his connection to other murders in the area. And he built a very convincing case against Mansfield and in nineteen sixteen Mansfield arrested, but he has financial records that prove that he was in Illinois when the more family was killed. So he's released and it didn't have receipt leg, they couldn't print a receipt. It's just some guy thing I saw this skinhead there. So then here's another suspect. Henry Moore, no relation to the more family several months after the more murders. Lee more is convicted murdering his own mother and grandmother with an axe. This leads thority to believe that maybe he was involved in the more murders. Sure, I would have put that together myself. But there's no hard evidence. The sign from the fucking acts murdering excite from the acts at aside from this picture of. Also, a lot of people have dreams with this face in it. This man's face. Isn't it like the just the most unnerving? If he didn't do it should have done it. Yeah. I like how they used to put the articles together like that. Where it looks like you you were supposed to cut that out use it as a mask. Henry Moulvi wanted to new people. It's different than that twenty five years different character they live in the same neighborhood. But they haven't seen each. See the difference. See the difference. This little a little longer. And that's acting ladies gentlemen. Thank you sex date one year and three months. I wrote on my piece of paper, the lead singer of maroon five lost his mind. Back in time and killed a family. And here we thought he loved yoga. I mean, you can love yoga being true. It's true. No. I guess I'm not a yoga teacher or an expert or. Oh, good. Yeah. I'm glad for both of those. Okay. By with no, solid evidence or leads the more instill injure murders. Go cold, and they remain unsolved to this day. But it's still on the minds of many of us Americans and murdering and I o wins. That was the other thing on the piece of paper. I didn't show to anybody before we came out and paranormal ghost hunters alike. Because you can spend the night in the fucking spend the night. You. But seriously, I would do it would you? Okay. The same as it was. It's name is preserved it here. Hold on. Because I have Email from Bailey. And she tells us the subject line is a murder mystery and some paranormal activity from a midwest teen, this is this is an Email that listener sentas. There was another story before this storm about to review. It's a very long Email because she's a teen. She likes to write and communicate. She's up in a room listening to music with Christmas lights and shit. Can expressing yourself. And we support it doesn't mean we have to read it. So. So I'm only sixteen years old. And I've been binging your podcast for about a month. Question more. She's got the accent on paper out a month. I'm only on episode seventy nine I honestly didn't even know if I had a hometown murder or murder that got me interested in true crime until I remembered a creative writing class that I went to four years ago. I took out the first one because it's actually very interesting, but it's not related, and then then she goes, but then the murder house during this writer's workshop, we got to talk to the guy who's the tear cake caretaker of the house museum. One thing. You didn't mention in the episode you discussed it. This is why. Oh, I was like then the cold cold heels ran up my spine disgusted thirty. Yeah. They haven't taken a

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"james h wilkerson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"james h wilkerson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Kids on the block Sporting nine and the star. Of, blue bloods CBS and his brothers and family have the wall burgers franchise, which? They have one in the block now the old north way mall and he's the, one he's married to McCarthy right what's her. Face used to be with what's his face used to be my girl Actor Robert de, Niro is seventy five today talking to me You talking to me The only one that's from tax you want to, get him, going. Mentioned Donald Trump man is he out, there, on that actor Sean. Penn is fifty eight he won an Oscar for playing the. Title role in milk Democracy It was cool about Sean Penn is how out. There he is on trying to help people in impoverished. Nations he was way out ahead of the curve trying to help people in Haiti and in those areas and just has a very big heart actor and Pittsburgh. Native David Conrad is. Fifty one is the great grandson of Dr Frank, Conrad who was credited with starting Katie k a. Radio he talked to us on her ninety fifth birthday a few years ago about his great Granddad Finished with schooling when. He was thirteen my great-grandfather didn't I think they'll be. On eighth grade and then they just sort of were apprenticed to various people and I think Frank had two hundred some patents with Westinghouse wow that's incredible we. We found out he. Also helped launch television working with a guy named, Vladimir Zorkin actor Austin Butler turns twenty-seven he's known. For his roles has James Wilkie Wilkerson switched at birth former Steeler Antoine Randall Alice thirty nine You know the memory loss because of the game. Of, football played. Or the because I. Have so much going on my place but because I play football you know it makes me. Think you know am I having some of this not remembering because, of knee, playing a game, of football In addition to his Super Bowl? Winning catch or throw actually in Super Bowl forty eight Randle El was just so much. Fun nice game the in. The Steelers locker room you knew when Antoine in, the room he was just a black he reminds me a little doodoo Smith Schuster's. Fun loving attitude that you. See now exactly and head coach of the Oakland Raiders Chucky Jon Gruden is fifty four they call him Chucky because they remind he reminds, people of that Stephen, King film You mean the doll Stephen King film. Yeah, the, Chucky. Doll yeah yeah exactly that's not a very nice thing to say about Jon Gruden seems, like a nice guy but. He's, intense like Chucky no you. Didn't mention Christian. Nurse forty ninth.

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"james h wilkerson" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"james h wilkerson" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Nineteen await more had struck out on his own opening a farming implement company and he took several of uh their lucrative business partners with him including the john deere company so jones's the widow irate with him from that point on they were also rumors that just i had had an affair with jones daughterinlaw so frank jones and his son so the husband of this daughterinlaw were even accused quite publicly by a detective agency of having hired a killer named william mansfield to take out the more family and william mansfield was arrested for the murders in 1916 four years after they had taken place according to detective james newton wilkerson who had been the one that had levelled those accusations against the jones's uh he asserted that mansfield was in fact a serial killer and that he also had a cocaine habit mansfield was also linked via wilkerson research to other brutal murders including those of his own wife child and his wife's family in 1914 so that would have been a couple years after valimitika as well as murders in kansas in colorado and then all of these cases the victims were bludgeoned with an ax in homes where the windows in mirrors were all covered similar to the more slayings detective wilkerson was so convinced that mansfield had been hired by jones that he posted flyers all over town with mansfield face on them that read this is the axemurder he murdered them more family at bill.

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