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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"You know what i mean of and Is the name of the space We we have all. We got another artwork art. Walk coming up so we'll be announcing that date for those who missed the first our walk. You don't wanna miss the second one was off the chain <hes> and Yeah so this you know. Blackwater music dot com as well Any some of my work me think. Oh you can hear. Some more work on netflix Dark city one the lot a saas out the whole wonderland records I was recruited after deduction team. We ended up producing his last album. Eighty five africa and We did the same on that. Caused su su That was great amazing experience. So check out the album eighty-five africa of check out our movie me and my wife's movie. Algae movie dot com. We got a any movie that we that we did to celebrate our marriage. Oh yeah those all plugs. that's fantastic. I'm at on instagram at bat. Buddha and the ashley alexander. Check me out on youtube. Actually alexander tv and also check out eddie's at eddie's of roland park in on spotify checkout eighties role in parks summer refreshed playlist twenty one so they have it folks do my son off and thank you too for coming on. Thank you chris. Thank you actually for coming on. This has been great from a big fan. I wanted to tell you backed i. Don't hold on if you look at your dear. You'll see that. I reached out. I was listening to your show above my phone. I'm listening to show. I came across it couple of months back in like joe with this guy. He's like i said no. He's performed at a high like you know he's he's he's at a high level this this this this is not like i'm interested in interviewing you so this is like your wild like i love your questions and even your choices of people you interview in like. I'm like yo. I like this. Do i hear sachi. dm. I was like yo. Don't show. I knew nothing about you before that. But i was just like like i'm gonna do something i remember talking about. Wife and i was like yeah. Hopefully i did some sleep enough like bill do show because this stuff is like it's show and then we get this message and i was just like yo. This is crazy like i. I'm a podcast head. Like so like i was waiting. I'm waiting you know it'd be. I was excited. I love. I love the way your questions. I like your. You know you just seem so. So well ron low well rounded if it mason eight appreciate that in which go for the city thank you. I appreciate it. And i appreciate the work that you're doing and i'll wrap. That's the first. I've actually got that nice piece right there. Still in the show so i feel good. I'm gonna luke that i'm just gonna loop it. Let's make dipoto playlists. You know burn. Burn my copy. You know kilter because you're doing it. You're doing it. you got a future. I mean gotta bay like how do you think we can help. We have free ice space. Do you wanna use you wanna you. We got a cooler space. Man you know could use it whatever man. We figured it out. That's that sounds great and thank you so much. I'll be in touch. Signed off real quick. And then i give you the rusty evening for karez for ashley black. Waterhouse i'm rob lee. Senators are in and around baltimore. He's gotta look for it.

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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"There isn't much like pakistani in like django coming out of the city so It was really exciting. It was exciting for us to find. It was exciting for us to stop it and it's uneven more excited to know how things sound to the people listening so it's been a great during the i'm really excited to now. I'm in this phase. Now rambaut certain taking out to these artists but okay you know there may your leg. Eddie's right yeah yeah yeah which we got to go to release this artist this playlets ambassador or blackwater and but we all know we will call the basely artists that become ambassadors of the playlists. So that whatever we're doing pop ups or we're doing something that could come to perform to solve. That's all the play lists at the grocery store. You know as many things that even with their menu we have a we a vegan chef at blackwater waters. Also an offer is a production company Portion of blackwater which we produced music obviously And december mode is also Vegan chef so we'll be collaborate with their menu. Make a black water. Burgo a hate baltimore ball. I don't. I don't know we try to figure it out so you know that's where we're at now. It's just exciting. It really really is and it's a great summer. Everybody wants something new. Everybody wants to see each other. And i think this is excited. It solve the problem solving a problem. That's that's that's what it's all about is like okay. You know lucky. We aid to the problem of the city being disconnected from the beauty of it. Daca we solve that problem. You know like so this is. This is one of the first of many many media steps. That's that's wonderful and aligns with what i'm trying to do here from from my vantage point this great to hear that's the work and that's the that's there for for the two of you and then this work here so in that i'm out of questions so in the last few minutes here Shameless plug please please plug away. Plug away last few minutes social media all that good stuff plug plug definitely will. I'll plug all the way up You know you can definitely Follow black waterhouse is more for me right now. What the on love Black water with no see. There's there's no see blackwater For a analytic and seo in really dirty reasons well yeah. It's it's all those black. Look blackwater house..

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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:06 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Three generations barbara hip hop kilobytes. Nothing you can't call my car again. There's no holes of my story from the streets to the music city is every i love it. You know so what i'm saying. Is that like. There's three generations of of like seed developed when i say tweeted a racist. I'm talking like early nineties right like with some of the first artist started developing here like tomorrow and i'm like yo like without go acts anybody you could go to whole circus star say circuit city. Best you didn't go to any way it'd be like your. Who's your favorite bottom artists. They'd be like any broadmoor artists. That's the answer for twenty plus years yet. And that's that's the thing that i've touched on. I've i've thrown out different times on even like who's our pop culture representatives who who are the people that are really in that conversation and on the same level is when you ask somebody about like. Who's says person from new york. You've got a list he said. Who's this person from. Baltimore is crickets. And i think the work that's happening there and we'll get to. We'll we'll talk about this this last question in a moment but i think the work that digits. You're you're planning out and you're doing. It's going to help change that. And i think that's really important to get that exposure and get those ears around what's happening here because i think a lot of people aren't in the know and i think what you described from a streaming standpoint makes a lot of sense to me so the last question i have in feel both-both you'll want to chime in on us however you want to really go about. What's the summer refresh it. How did it come about the actually the story of the beginning at the very beginning. No i don't okay so the very beginning of past the my very beginning. Real simple Last year wasn't last year..

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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Twenty twenty five twenty twenty six twenty seven really looking at the future of real estate in the area of every day from the average tax bracket in twenty. You know i. I'm studied everything and i'm just like okay. I know right now. We're not going to get rich but we might later. So let's let's let's go so where that that where we can grow with with like sort of a lot of vacant buildings down still. I mean it's it's really still like a hole in the wall like most of it right. He's like okay. I it has really pretty. You know developments but overall the community of bromo is district is incredible derives professionals people with people with social imada monetary. When i say that. I mean it's like they just care about the people but it also teach you. They also like are making money from my doing things with pizza. It's such a great blend of like everyday working class folk like for example. We just participated in the bromo arse wall. It was incredible. I wanna say over hundred. Maybe closer towards people showed up throughout the day. A what i want to tell you about this district alike. what they attract. May they attract the globe bro. It's like the globe but these are like professionals and our ability to black white house. And i look at the hundreds of hundreds of of a office building infrastructure downtown. It's inspiring it's inspire me looking at these buildings and real understanding that we are going to be responsible for the people in those buildings to know who our rogers who easy jackson who joy pastel is who whoever like window patches like wiggled to be with partially responsible in the next.

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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"I've ever worked. It's about understanding the context and he club runs. I've done it's about bringing that information back. So let's say if an artist here wanted to build a chicago and do a show. I can tell you small venue i can tell you the arena to. I can tell you that people to contact yourself with to correctly. Do your business and he will tell you. There's a lot of people who will call me whether i'm home. We're not to rack my brain about something because i'm a brainstorming think-tank kind of kinda lady. I don't think everything is done by yourself. I don't think that's possible Put it. I do think it is about aligning yourself with people who believe in their product and will actually do the actual things to actually be successful at it. And i think that's cut out a lot for me so when it came to this play list. It was kind of funny how it came out. Only because so much has been going on with blackwater in like he had said. We talked so much before it got to this. This was like a co written on a board of his name and his wife. Just like talking to me on facetime have been in just to be like. Let me tell you what we're thinking of doing and then we're gonna do this. And that and then fast forward playlists he calls. He's like hey. I get simplisafe. Ask you what you listened to. Can we collab- because that's the other part of it. So my youtube channel stuff is a is an extension of years of making burn cd police for my friends. If what seem to that month iraq and it was far we need to twenty percent of my saves like music on my phone came from her recommendations so i i appreciate that so a lot of times..

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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:57 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"W. give player but he thinks day classes record. So he's like no class eight baltimore. Of course. I've been in the industry since i was a kid so i i don't think personal house health. Okay whatever you know all. I'm not nobody knows me like my name is might be complicated for people. i mean. whatever. I don't care what like so. I don't know they'll eventually dig k. W griffiths leaves ninety two. It has over to ninety five point. It didn't record over there and then it just started playing of sold rotational as the drive over here to two radio stations. At the same time. Did i got a call from a canadian. Football league. bottom of it's like they're like we wanna use this saw. Like where we score a touchdown like science. So i that was from Shut out the dj crystals and those guys over there Forgot forgotten record. Played an emmy. I was there at the stadium where they played and scored a touchdown bought while. Okay we gotta get the next goal. Let's go. Let's go ravens. Let's behave baltimore fisher. Raven saw that's the next step. Because i be happy till they get gas you know. That's the story man. You got the guy you've got some summer school since they're like exclusive. We try to try to break those exclusives and thank you for sharing that. So let's let's talk about this. Is i want to get both of your takes you and ashley sake on us so read a lot of the the interest in what's happening as far as your work is with black. Water house is kind of amplifying voices of underrepresented artists and creatives speaking on the importance of like sorta work. Or what have you. And i i kinda know the answer about. Wanna hear your take on it and describe some ways that people like that lower level like that are less people follow in all social media that people that are out there they can kinda help amplify those voices of the artists that they like. Because you know that's not as common as one would like so so to speak on that a bit also of an accident Actually spinoff it's actually was a mistake for You know music. I know so many amazing personally. Just amazing artists right like that. Just are just incredible with what they do. They get us out of that studio but sometimes you got the artist that like. I wanna be famous artist like. Oh i'm just this makes me feel good as therapy for like you already trying to feed my kids. You got all these different kinds of artists and when we when i want to build a space for artists i was like. Oh how can we make it. Inclusive exclusive at the same time. It did it. Maybe think about in first thing i thought about was my friends that do music but that do a lot of other things people like ashley who has go to studio right song it but then also help you with your business. Plan will help you with this. You know what it means like. She has all these attributes that that can be used. I was like what if we build infrastructure that forces to artists to utilize the other gifts for the betterment of the company. Not actually their primary gift. Right that's cool. We all know you can say red tape. But like what if we take all these other ancillary you know attributes about yourself and then like in like creek create this relationship with that skill set and the need of the people ed so i asked one of the great great personal bring void beginning of the development of this..

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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Cool so i just started producing music and playing in clubs and we started. Tony's parties called blackwater party. So it was just a little me. The npc machine in the middle of the club. And i would hire a dj to play. And i'll just be drawn machine. People dancing and i had to figure out how to make music that make people debts by created in the club. So this is twenty fifteen. I started started Studying african instrument Might spike really really old african music like highlights nineteen six hundred fifty. I got really serious about understanding african music from a philosophical cool. I mean biological on and on about african music about people who names. We probably can't pronounce. But like i know exactly where they are so like. I love everything about old african music. So i became a little over obsessed. His said. y'all like. I should like become like a deejay version of failing if i ever made songs that was underestimates right so i was like. What would that look like. So that's what i started like. How can i create a world that we could exist it then it like make cool other than like i guess the the greatest future looks like. Okay how many kids scarface coasters on their wall. They've got some at this amazing advocate king. On how can we make ask a cool. Like you know what i mean so like it was just really just my sinek tip to make an africa coup and bertha sound called asam idiom was just so much of like african afrobeat baltimore clubhouse in like just fun and then we i just put a bunch of musicians in a room and melodies..

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"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"kariz" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Welcome to guinea to the truth in his art. I am your host ropley and my next guests are ashley. Alexander and korea's marcel from blackwater house music. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for. Having us definitely faking. Thank you nice to meet you as well. So this is one of those. Those those rare trees that i have like of known about karez bid and in meeting you earlier ashley. This is going to be cool so as we get into. Let's let's kinda start off with a very softball general question thousand foot view. What do you do work. Feel free to just jump in. What's what's your leg. How'd you work go. And what what is your your work with them. Black water house music. I guess with blackwater house. I do there is. I am a music playlist. Music curator in collaboration with chris. That's what i do with blackwater house over the years. I've been on a singer songwriter. Within the area maryland natives. I've worked in the music touring industry from things such as the ip coordinator to tour manager. Study nater a bunch of things in between I also have my own youtube channel. Actually tv that where have known hughes and other interviews nothing. That's the best thing arrays. We hate this right. Notice the hard you know especially in twenty twenty one win you know. It's not like thirty years ago. It was like yo who are already doing graphic designer and it stops there like nowadays. It's like nobody's nobody discipline stops. It's like an infinite. Nobody you know what i mean. Jodi throw away the whole master. Jack of trades line and you can do a million things from cares but anyway i'm asking you the founder of a wanna say it was like co-founder of blackwater house. It was kind of wasn't ideas of many friends of mine. They always thought like you know. You need to open up a space. You're good at creating space. You could creating for creatives hang out and do things like you should probably get a spot in you know throughout cove it at i got the spy wasn't even black waterhouse at first it was. Who's building a club and in two months in the bill to clever door parties Eight cova date and You know talking about why Slash business in a librarian like you know. I'm a turn key like just like screw this whole vision. Every day we built was about the bill. Like i don't know how we go to have entertainment in you in of everything is shutdown. I i can..

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"kariz" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"kariz" Discussed on KCRW

"Well good morning I'm mandalit it's morning becomes eclectic and I am joined by Madeleine brand there well we're just going to get the political lay of the land it seems like yet another week of Kariz impala absolutely so after this state of the union last night which seem to be in all by all accounts he campaign kickoff speech for the president we're going to talk about that in light of also what happened on the democratic side in Iowa we still don't have definitive results didn't happen and I exactly so with seventy percent or so of the vote counted the people richer still leads but we still don't know for sure who the winner is so no one has been declared a so it's not a huge margin but a judge it's about a point yes okay got it but he's still in the lead right with all the votes have been your last check it so it could be unlikely but it could so anyway we'll see we'll just do a table setter where did politics stand who's up who's down blah blah so we'll do that also take an interesting look at what it's like to be a military wife I don't know if you saw last night Mr the union that ed he basically had the stage moment ever a reunion between a military wife and her husband had been deployed and apparently the the husband surprised the woman and her children and it was a big made for TV moment I'm we're gonna talk to a military wife who writes a lot about this she has a blog and she writes a lot about this and she has called this she has labeled it reunion porn awhile because in a positive way or neck in a negative way because it is very difficult to all of a sudden see your spouse has been deployed overseas for many many months and have that reunion in public and in right I don't like why can't even imagine yeah it's like a marriage proposal in and at the stadium right and there's been a lot of tension behind the scenes right right interesting wow I when here that I don't so we'll find out about that and then know why we can't sleep why Gen X. women have a hard time right before you walked in the door we discussed with producer merry the fact that I did not sleep last night so there you go well you're not sleeping clearly well it's something to do when I'm awake late at night well a lot of pressure on women in this age group yes I am your share of children and older parents yes it is it is wow interesting show today Madeline looking hello aero I'm looking for two two press play at noon with Madeleine brand thanks so much you and now it's morning becomes eclectic a new artist I'm really interested in his name is mark is king.

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"kariz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Out shine your guide the Dodgers will see in a ticket on on the basis man I can't believe you reppin look last night instead of our hometown the cold we go catch what's wrong with you after you there's nobody knew that the Dallas Mavericks Mavericks and not Rick Carlisle would not double team the heart gets bass player at the end of the game I mean nobody saw that as did not get the exact same thing yes the little girl that's right but you know what they may sort of Bach puts it in his hand but we for some reason had the opportunity to let our best player go one on one and he made the Dallas Mavericks play a he made him pay and I tell you what that's going to be a match up to be seen later in the play I I agree she played selfish last two games joker he played selfish she played like on the best player in the team I want the ball we're gonna win with me it takes more than two games to say that Ryan before I make him a better selection between look at down to it I'm just not taken the last to do got picked a whole body of the season can't wait by the way who would you take Luka the joker we got bill Blass coming up here at the bottom well just a few minutes but even at the plate a little early three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five Sir phone number five six six nine zero of course I'm taking the joker even when what do you have a great day you know I've I've been won the joke of the play like that all year man I mean he is a all star in so many guys want to play with him it just it just feels like we're leaving well leaving minutes and points and opportunities out there that one day you'll look back and say I should have just actually just took you when I had a chance to take it that's been the biggest question mark about him will he changes mentality but the trend we always talk about trends out the train for Joe Kariz light waves that asked to games yeah you're right in any had to do that they had they needed these two games they need the game against Atlanta they needed this game against Dallas had to have it looked at that game against Dallas could be Hey at the end of the massive that that game could really be Hughes we're looking at two teams that are basically the same so I like I like the fact that we got that went on the road last night also I have a chance to talk a little more NBA coming up in just a bit but bill mas former chief Stephens tackle current analysts is going to join us coming up next on big Alan Jo Jo is gateway traffic with John Morrison well it's a cloudy afternoon we don't have to worry about that setting sun mess of a second floor just out of a couple of hours and really you don't have to worry about right now they did have a crash in the left lane something like twenty five new speaker that's been cleared eastbound I. seventy is still best because of that pressure is still working that also at the ramp block to steal Vesco so using the bright Boulevard or call the road get around that ease bouncy for seventy best could kill that questions over the right shoulder it is a busy drive your two seventy drive is heavy off by twenty five east of Rafah border Terbaik he's bound over twenty five add on out to your good at rust belt drive is heavily by seventy up to their skills are your two two five drive loaded up here the hospital's rod Colfax in seventy six seven Aurora tech center Dr looks good see the four seventy in pretty good shape a website tonight there's going to be so emerging road work on east of I seventy eight Kipling it starts at seven tonight which is earlier than most construction and they'll have laid close to expect delays on the west side of town what should what did what whether flurries tonight that the eighteen if forty one right now this report is what you're right metropolitan state university of Denver metro the state university of Denver there we don't reimagining.

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"kariz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So you and the FBI are investigating these drug gags you start to smell what feels like her smells like political corruption involving the mayor's office right and maybe some police officers and then you get hauled into court and are threatened with a going to jail if you don't give up the identity of your of your informant it feels like the holes deck is kinda stack yeah Georgia it is about the way I love your bumper music during boy it's good you did some work on that yeah it's you you know have it coming at me from all different directions and and fortunately you know I had the office stood behind me the use Turner's office stood behind me and we were able to resolve that up by the judge dismissing the case against the subject that the police department Wally had arrested and he was the the case was to the murder trial well we're the murder case was dismissed against him so he was set free but the debut Lucas homicide although I know who did it I know why they did it I have a lot of information direct information including wiretap information on who actually committed and the case to this day is spend thirty some odd years reason remains on prosecutors so I would love to see that happen someday I know there's a lot of interest in you know digging up old cases cold cases and getting that resolved and I I really would love love to do that at some point but BFS four little bit so we could get a great and I continued to work the curry drug gang which include the wire taps and so forth they were all arrested and convicted and about the same time we began hearing on the street information about this white kid who had progressed in the ranks of of the drug trade in the Detroit and they call him white boy Rick and I realize that media elite that Rick had gone rogue and decided to start his own business and it wasn't an operation very long but in operation long enough to get in trouble and one of the big disadvantages that he had George was when joining curry with the prison white boy Rick moved in with Johnny curry's wife who I said before was the favorite niece a miracle that young and it created a political issue for the mayor and so the mayor was not happy about this at all so there is a concerted effort to get white boy Rick at that point and they did Michigan at the time had a kind of a draconian law it was a call to six fifty law and essentially what it was well intended like a lot of us but it was ineffective it's since been overturned by the Michigan Supreme Court but basically what it says is that if your possession of six hundred and fifty grams about a pound and a half of cocaine just the possession of something that you were subject to life in prison with no chance of parole in other words a child molester a murder go to prison do is time to get out but if you're caught in possession of a pound and a half of cocaine you're gone for the rest of your life no chance of parole it's crazy oh my gosh well let let's talk a little bit about how our white boy Rick Rick where she ends up in this spot so at the age I think fourteen you know he had grown up in a normal neighborhood the neighborhood that changed radically in part because of poverty in the drug trade and then he kind of walks into this and starts gets to know all these guys how does this happen yeah you did you know he was his father who basically was raising rickety sister dawn was actually he fathered another was no parental discipline at home and basically ran wild and his mentors the people he looked up to his neighborhood was changing and he gravitated toward women money and okay it was not user but he step which is connections down in Miami with Cuban and a Colombian and bottle you know what I can do this I can go down to make the connection it has an advantage George because he was this freckled face young looking mop haired a white kid he didn't fit the profile so he went down start making his own connections and arrange to have coke cocaine shipped into a Detroit and these are not huge huge about so we're talking multi kilo split but hundred kilos but when it happened is because he has catching a white boy Rick the media start picking up on him and they blew it meant to kind of like a babyface Nelson of the old days and he everything that happened in the city of Detroit white boy Rick was behind it just it's it's it's sold newspapers it was good for TV ratings and you saw on TV in recalled he he ate he ended up he would go around with his posse with fur coats and bloody jewelry and I was a kid you know he loves it so it lasted about a year and a half and he got arrested in the possession and I don't think was a good case but he got arrested in possession of about six kilos of cocaine and of course the real high profile trial that took place and ultimately he was convicted he lost all of these peel appeals in the ended up in in Marquette Michigan one of Michigan's Wilson Taurus person did kinda looks like Shawshank redemption and he was at that point he was he was arrested when he was seventeen years old he was convicted when he was a teen and by the time he was twenty one I paid him a visit in prison in Marquette after you lost all these appeals and that's where it kind of interesting by that point I transferred from the drug squad to a public official corruption school squad in this whole business about this please corruption this baby Lucas thing it really stuck in my call because I knew there was something there so I would have seen on his twenty first birthday it was ironic I walked in and I got got in prison we got into the meeting room and I he was very gloomy needless to say and there is this young kids and he said you know or I can only live off my reputation for a little while pretty fight pretty soon you're going to find out who I am and what I he I said well what do you propose ceases to an end when I said Happy Birthday to him on his twenty first birthday was ironic he looked at me said kind of smiled he said yeah I guess someone love to drink now wait wait can I sit down I thoroughly to brief him about what do you do about James Harris would be the the corrupt police officer what he knew about who was involved in that protecting Jordy Kariz operations and the deal that we struck up because he was convicted on state charges on a federal charge we really couldn't do anything with with the same charge in other words we couldn't get him out of jail get the get the US is reduced because it was a state charge the best we could do is that if cooperated with me on an undercover sting operation and explained that the minute is that we would take him out of state custody in place in the federal witness protection program and you would have to service time but it would be a little less it personally and and the deal was if they ever remember the large change law I would come back and I would testify on his behalf be happy with the parole board know what he did and he said you know what I don't have any other options that sounds good let's do it what we did is we designed a program is called operation backbone it we set up the only drug and money laundering importation business and the star of the show in that operation was an undercover FBI agent by the name of my Castro into his undercover name was Mike DS and hit spent some time in the with the FBI in the Caribbean and the version islands and so forth so is very familiar familiar with that area so what we did is incidently Kathy curry had moved up into more cat and I was of the impression she was going through some called sort of a trade school up there later on I found out she was a drug rehab program but so it was like the stars were lining on this thing so what we did is so we arranged to another informant that knew her to have a dinner with her between Michael Castro the train himself is Michael DS with Kathy Wilson curry and he made a proposal to occur and of course he's wired Ansel recording all the stuff sold the proposal was listen I've been deal is this might be a scam like been dealing with some local people for me in the the Detroit metropolitan area and we're laundering millions of dollars and the guy that we're dealing with that cold she doesn't want to do it anymore so we're looking for some police protection basically so when we get off the plane from Miami with a million dollars or whatever we got we need to make sure that we get from point a to point B. without Barney Fife and his dogs discovering us and her eyes lit up because she saw cocaine lots of money in the Greek took over so she agreed to what three immediately she offered up these contacts she also offered a her father who was an old time gangster heroin dealer and he too he was a brother want them there yeah a lot a lot of connections and she said I can set this up for you so operation backbone was on its way and so we did we started bringing in two cases of what they believed to be lots a lots of money and before this all took place so we could get the corrupt police officers on tape we would have a strategy me when in a in a hotel room where we had at a wired up with video and and sound so when they came in we have a little discussion it would be clearly explained explained to them what they were going to get involved in and and then we make a token payment to to each one of them for us a two thousand dollars prior to this this kind of bring it all in together when we were trying to develop this thing again it was probably January in Detroit very severe weather and so what we did is had by Castro.

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"kariz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The FBI are investigating these drug gags you start to smell what feels like her smells like political corruption involving the mayor's office right and maybe some police officers and then you get hauled into court and are threatened with a going to jail if you don't give up the identity of your of your informant it feels like the holes deck is kind of stacked yeah Georgia it is about the way I love your bumper music during war it's good you did some work on that yeah it's you you know have it coming at me from all different directions and and fortunately you know I had the office is behind me the use Turner's office stood behind me and we were able to resolve it up by the judge dismissing the case against the subject that the police department Wally had arrested and he was the the case was just the murder trial well we're the murder case was dismissed against him so he was set free but the debut Lucas homicide although I know who did it I know why they did it I have a lot of information direct information including wiretap information on who actually committed and the case to this day is been thirty some odd years reason remains on prosecutors so I would love to see that happen some day I know there's a lot of interest in you know digging up old cases cold cases and getting that resolved and I I really would love love to do that at some point but let me up at four little bit so we could get a great and I continued to work the curry drug gang which include the wire taps and so forth there all arrested and convicted and that's about the same time we began hearing on the street information about this white kid who had progress in the ranks of of the drug trade in the Detroit and they call him white boy Rick and I realize that media elite that Rick had gone rogue and decided to start his own business and it wasn't an operation very long but in operation long enough to get in trouble and one of the big disadvantages steady had George was when joining curry with the prison white boy Rick moved in with Johnny curry's wife who I said before was a favorite niece americorps when young and it created a political issue for the mayor and so the mayor was not happy about this at all so there is a concerted effort to get white boy Rick at that point and they did Michigan at the time had a kind of a draconian law he was a call to six fifty law and essentially what it was well intended like a lot of us but it was ineffective it's since been overturned by the Michigan Supreme Court but basically what it says is that if your possession of six hundred and fifty grams about a pound in that half of cocaine just the possession of something that you were subject to life in prison with no chance of parole in other words a child molester a murder I'd go to prison do is time to get out but if you're caught in possession of a pound and a half of cocaine you were gone for the rest of your life no chance of parole it's crazy oh my gosh well let let's talk a little bit about how our white boy Rick Rick where she ends up in this spot so at the age I think fourteen you know he had grown up in a normal neighborhood to neighborhood that changed radically in part because of poverty in the drug trade and then he kind of walks into this and starts dragging gets to know all these guys how does this happen yeah it is you know he was his father who basically was raising rickety sister dawn was absentee father there was no parental discipline at home and basically ran wild and his mentors the people he looked up to his neighborhood was changing and he gravitated toward women money and okay it was not user but he step which is connections down in Miami with acumen in the Colombian and bottle you know what I can do this I can go down to make the connection and they have an advantage George because he was this freckle face young looking mop haired a white kid he didn't fit the profile so he went down start making his own connections and arrange to have coke poking shipped into a Detroit and these are not huge huge about so we're talkin multi kilos but not hundred kilos but when it happened the is because he has catching a wave would react the media start picking up on him and the women to kind of like a babyface Nelson of the old days and he everything that happened in the city of Detroit white boy Rick was behind it just it's it's it's sold newspapers it was good for TV ratings and you saw on TV in recalled he P. eight heated up he would go around with his posse with fur coats and bloody jewelry and I was a kid you know he loves it so it lasts about a year and a half and he got arrested in possession and I don't think it was a good case that he got arrested in possession of about six kilos of cocaine and of course a really high profile trial that took place and ultimately he was convicted he lost all the spiel appeals in the end up in in Marquette Michigan one of Michigan's Wilson Taurus present it kinda looks like Shawshank redemption and he was at that point he was he was arrested when he was seventeen years old he was convicted when he was a teen and by the time he was twenty one I paid him a visit in prison in Marquette after it lost all these appeals and that's where it kind of interesting by that point I transferred from the drug squad to a public official corruption school squad in this whole business about this please corruption this baby Lucas thing it really stuck in my Craw because I knew there was something there so I would have seen on his twenty first birthday it was ironic I walked in and I got got into prison we got into the meeting room and I it was very gloomy needless to say and there is this young kids and he said you know or I can only live off my reputation for a little while pretty fine pretty soon you're going to find out who I am and what I he I said well what do you propose ceases to an end when I said Happy Birthday to him on his twenty first birthday was ironic he looked at me he said smiled and he said yeah I guess someone love to drink now so anyway can I sit down I thoroughly to brief him about what do you do about James Harris with the the the corrupt police officer what he knew about who was involved in that protecting Jordy Kariz operations and the deal that we struck up because he was convicted on state charges of total charge we really couldn't do anything with with the same charge in other words we couldn't get him out of jail get the get the sentence reduced because it was a state charge the best we could do is that if cooperated with me on an undercover sting operation and explained at the minute is that we would take him out of state custody in place in the federal witness protection program and you would have to service time but it would be a little nicer personally and and the deal was if they ever met at the water change law I would come back and I would testify on his behalf be happy with the parole board know what he did and he said you know what I don't have any other options that sounds good let's do it what we did is we designed a program is called operation backbone it we set up the only drug and money laundering importation business and the star of the show in that operation was an undercover FBI agent by the name of my Castro into his undercover name was Mike DS and he had spent some time in the with the FBI in the Caribbean and the version islands and so forth so is very familiar familiar with that area so what we did is incidentally Kathy curry had moved up into more cat and I was of the impression she was going through some sort of a trade school up there later on the phone though she was a drug rehab program but so it was like the stars were lining on this thing so what we did is so we arranged to another but that new her to have a dinner with her between Michael Castro the opera trade himself is Michael deus with Kathy Wilson curry and he made a proposal to her and of course he's wired Ansel recording all this stuff so the proposal was listen I've been delete this might be a scam like been dealing with some local people for me in the the Detroit metropolitan area and we're laundering millions of dollars and the guy that we're dealing with got cold feet doesn't want to do it anymore so we're looking for some police protection basically so when we get off the plane from Miami with a million dollars or whatever we got we need to make sure that we get from point a to point B. without Barney Fife and his dogs discovering us and her eyes lit up because she saw cocaine lots of money in the Greek took over so she agreed to quackery immediately she offered up these contacts she also offered a her father who was an old time gangster heroin dealer and he too he was a brother want them there yeah a lot a lot of connections and she said I can set this up for you so operation backbone was on its way and so we did we started bringing in suitcases of what they believed to be lots a lots of money and before this all took place so we could get the corrupt police officers on tape we would have a strategy me with in a in a hotel room where we had at a wired up with video and in sound so when they came in we have a little long discussion it would be clearly explained explained to them what they were going to get involved in and and then we make a token payment to to each one of them for us a two thousand dollars so prior to this this kind of bring it all in together when we were trying to develop this thing again it was probably January in Detroit very severe weather and so what we did is had by Castro invite up Jimmy Harris and Willie balsam down to Miami for a meeting with Mister big soul yes we did we slow down first class.

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"kariz" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And this is coming up we're we're what about two weeks out on this and you guys go because I tell you what man I go through there and I get it that goes on the two right lanes are you got all your trucks trying to get up the guts you know I trail there so all the everybody tries the motion of those other two lanes and you got guys want to go ninety in people going the speed limit and you got a real problem that is true and that's what we're looking at starting October first we will be using the grant that was given to us by the Kentucky transportation cabinet office of highway safety in the national highway traffic safety administration to crack down on that but not just speeding if you brought up is also improper lane changes following too close distracted driving reckless driving chuckling violations all the complaints we get not everything that causes the accidents in that area. yes Sir I mean how many I guess what was sort of a force are you gonna have intimate more more police officers I mean not the get inside baseball but how many do we talking you know me well we're parting partner with Langer fort Mitchell can can you please the Kentucky state police so we'll have different numbers of officers out there at any given time the whole purpose of this is not just to issue tickets but it's a slow people down or have them to drive papers that we have less accidents so what do you see in mostly there I mean is it is it the speeding what sounds like you got a whole mess on your hands with people you know and they're texting going through there and all that stuff because I'm telling you there I yeah I'm I'm I'm a fast driver myself into go through there like sixty five seventy miles an hour and a half people blow by me constantly where's everybody go well everybody has a place to go I guess but it's mostly driving too fast for conditions you know like you said some of it's backed up and people want to get around them what started this was ever to win all the jackknife tractor trailers if you recall that would stop traffic going north bound so I started looking into numbers and we have like over a hundred crashes within a little stretch of Covington within two years so I thought well we got an issue here so we brought it up to the Kentucky transportation it came at highway safety is he what they could do to help us now is this can we concentrate just in the month of October just to kind of set a precedent or longer than that what you think all the way through September of next year that's how long the grant last all wow okay in the whole measure is were hoping that it shows a reduction in traffic collisions so what it is for is the the bridge of his is anybody telling you anything about the well I know it's not the immediate future but anything even long range all about the bridge and stuff nothing at all the heads Kariz our law that's what we're focusing on the enforcement make it a hot spot the people may. he will try to saper tu there and we will have all the accidents and people to get where they want to go safely. what can I say I I just just to kind of adjust though the other side out there I remember back years ago when the the speed limit was increased from sixty five to seventy and and everyone thought oh my god all the all the wrecks are gonna go up it would but they actually went down because things flowed faster is there anything any are I mean are you curious maybe by doing the study in people slowing down is there any consideration that accidents in in traffic violations would would go up because the traffic isn't flowing the way it once did well I think the problem like I said I said before it's not only speeding I know that's the emphasis on the press release on it but it's actually the distracted driving driving too close an improper lane changes that causes the axons plus the speeding at times it won Emmy distracted is is text mess you what what our officers told I mean what what sort of I guess liberty are they given up to pull people over they see on their phones how's that work yeah make him there have been have cars driving through the check for that what is doing this campaign so I I so I always thought that if I you know if you got a got pulled over Texan and I and I don't do that but you know I think everyone's well yeah I think it's just human nature to do that but I couldn't somebody made the case Hey I was I was looking at the GPS on my phone on me how do you have any of you know when someone's texting verses using their GPS of their hold on I'm sure we'll take it by case by case scenario if they show it to us we're actively looking for that they're driving in their speeding they're waiting on the right at the same time almost talking that that's what we're trying to stop we're talking to Cummington police chief Robert Nader and you know rob occasionally a couple of times a year I'm going to the airport and I come through there early in the morning don't pull me over. because I'm trying to get to the poor but you know I've noticed all through up to the two seventy five a situation there it is people it looks like there's always somebody going ninety trying to get to the airport. across lanes and all that stuff like you're talking about the improper lanes chain at late change is is that what's going on there are the people just don't care they're trying to get the Florence for some reason I think most people are just trying to get to their location and they don't care what effect others the filing of the airport on the fast lane across all the way over with that causes everybody behind on the plane the brakes and we get a rear end accident. well with that will let you go rob they everybody's been for warmer talk in October one correct that's correct right they are better thanks rob think somebody but there's a rob neighbor Nader the police chief of Covington. my answer is probably necessary evil you know I mean you can keep the action is down and now see you're always flying you fly every weekend yes do you speed to the airport or do you give because you're always fly in early so much you might leave your house at like four in the morning I am literally because it usually I'm one of the earliest flight at CVG or six AM so yeah so you know so there's times him hook you got to get there so you know. this will not waking up a half hour early so I can just you know go safe fifty five on the way to the airport. really. I always say I'm going to do that but then my wife for those arms and I I don't do that is usually all right on a a will have like what a lot of care what it is like a seven thirty flight or forty five or something and I'll tell devil like let's leave you were leaving the house at like five fifteen. perfect. never happened Helen because it takes exactly half hour to get from my house to the airport right so and inevitably at like if I say seven or a five fifteen at five ten I'm gonna take a quick shower yeah exactly. our woman does not go together. full war there is this is it would be real quick yeah right I give this soon the legs and the guy can take a quick shower yes. I prove it every day I can. in five minutes it completely cleaned and dried in about five or six minutes survey I I've told you before I I will I'll set my alarm for for for for and I will take a shower let the dogs out gin be dressed in my car at like eleven minutes after four right I mean it just happens right they have never before I always have my bags packed yes revelling or I'll just either have right by the door or sometimes hello just show them in the back of my car I mean one less thing will preparation that's a deal with anybody and we're like you know nobody wants to get up too early well yeah which is the one crap like I said it with that always kills me I'm glad you experience the same thing this is going to get me off on a tangent because one of the things about I've been driving us is like like I I go go go go are all day but like when it's time for bed like I'm ready to go to bed Marie I I got the two speeds go and sleep right N. trying to go get ready go to bed in is what what what does my wife to what do what do women in general do in the bathroom at night it takes like forty minutes what is it that they do connect you look in there and they're like it looks like but what what is what is our other make up off dude I know but I got there it should take like like I don't know forty five seconds on all they have to moisture a they got to do all that she'd you know deb goes up there with their cotton ball. your clean and all the years the special places hell I don't know what that means but that's what they're doing up there and then they would you know I know I just I just question and I will continue question why it takes. forty seven I come home from when we leave here after our sweaty a hard day's work I go home take off one pair of shorts put on my crappy Perry shorts and a crop your prayer and a crappy teacher and I said the county let's say a crack a beer or whatever and just Nestle in now with them it's a there's layers to it all it's a process I have my morning close then I got a kind of a you know I'm going to the grocery so I better actually work I don't put on to this but I got to go do a business meeting so I put on nice clothes you come back home and yet time is one of life's great mysteries it's not a mystery is. you know or saying you're wrong I don't know what you're saying it gave. now those women huh you have to figure about I can't live with them..

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"kariz" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"This is gone seven thirty A. and this is a live sharks all of the downtown we at the at the center not all five managing a crisis Saudi Aramco the most valuable piece of land in the world has been battered by drones how can I. fifty percent of study Radko's overall production the question from markets is very very clear is this a five million barrels of oil a two day four day event was it a full week of and to get that level of production back into the system the United States Mr trump authorizes ask your release on so he tells the world he's locked and loaded in regard to what's happening and who is responsible so we'll talk about the geopolitics out of course the Saudi Aramco I kill people with my next gas is getting first what headlines around the world and about Jews as with the team in Hong Kong. thanks Dennis the latest data from China show you get more weakness in the economy and the government stimulus may not be enough to offset the effects of the trade war industrial output rose four point four percent last month from a year earlier well below estimates of a five point two percent gain retail sales also miss for constant expanding seven and a half percent against a projected increase of almost eight percent. the trade spat between South Korea and Japan is set to heat up this week was sold ready to exclude from its list of trusted export nations Yonhap says Japan we bundled together with nations that is still part of Kariz exploration but a broken ground rules for have adopted unsatisfactory policies Japan remove Korea last month from its own white list of favorite export nations. UK prime minister Boris Johnson insists he's working flat out on a break the deal telling the Daily Telegraph city can finalize an agreement at a later summit two weeks before the deadline yes the Brussels later today for talks with the EU commission president John called you guys warning against that is warning that hot split next month will create on a chaos the last four years. some Korea say Kim Jong un has invited president trump to pay only a fool would be this amazing the joongang Ilbo says the offer came in a less to live it last month and so as a separate night from came that the president made public earlier. working level talks in school since he sees summit in Hanoi ended without a deal it's not clear whether the president has applied to I the last. initial estimates of the damage caused by typhoon foss sign Japan for the build up to seven billion dollars the store will force the closure of Sony Nissan factories in Tokyo and stranded thousands of people in a race to apple's including the England rugby squad preparing for the imminent will come up foss I also a cop how along the east coast with local utility TEPCO saying almost half a million customers were affected. news twenty four hours a day on it and the tickets are going to adopt a more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I met a vocalist this is one that gets the markets when watching..

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"kariz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To you by a are. a system seven thirty A. and this is a live shot all of the downtown we at the at the center not all five managing a crisis Saudi Aramco the most valuable piece of land in the world has been battered by drones how can I. fifty percent of study Radko's overall production the question from markets is very very clear is is two to five million barrels of oil a two day four day event was it a full week of and to get that level of production back into the system the United States Mr trump authorizes ask your release on so he tells the world he's locked and loaded in regard to what's happening and who is responsible so we'll talk about the geopolitics I'm because the Saudi Aramco I deal with my next guest is getting first what headlines from around the world and about Jews as with the team in Hong Kong. thanks Dennis all the latest data from China show you get more weakness in the economy and the government stimulus may not be enough to offset the effects of the trade war industrial output rose four point four percent last month from a year earlier well below estimates of a five point two percent gain retail sales also miss for Constance expanding seven and a half percent against a projected increase of almost eight percent. the trade spat between South Korea and Japan is set to heat up this week was sold ready to exclude from its list of trusted export nations Yonhap says Japan we bundled together with nations that is still part of Kariz exploration but a broken ground rules for have adopted unsatisfactory policies Japan remove Korea last month from its own white list of favorite export nations. UK prime minister Boris Johnson in cece's working flat out on a break to do telling The Daily Telegraph that he can finalize an agreement at a later summit two weeks before the deadline yes the Brussels later today for talks with the EU commission president John called young guys warning against that is warning that hot split next month will create on a chaos the last three years. some Korea say Kim Jong un has invited president trump to pay on gang what would be their third meeting the June gun oboes says the offer came in a letter delivered last month and so as a separate line from came that the president made public earlier. working level talks of school since he sees summit in Hanoi ended without a deal it's not clear whether the president has applied to either less so. initial estimates of the damage caused by typhoon foss sign depend put the build up to seven billion dollars the storm forced the closure of Sony Nissan factories in Tokyo and stranded thousands of people in a race to apple's including the England rugby squad preparing for the imminent will come up foss I also come along the east coast with local utility TEPCO's saying almost half a million customers were affected. news twenty four hours a day on it and it took took on Twitter but more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I met a motorolas this is one that gets the markets when.

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"kariz" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Of the changing of the guard and you do not want to be part of the change I'm a casket is a business rockstars minute yeah I know we all know that change is something that's going to happen all as it happened or industry to actually if you look at most of the fortune five hundred companies forty percent of them will be gone within the next sixty years according to Peter Diamandis changes upon us do you want to be part of the change do you want to go away. so you need to make sure you're always innovating staying ahead of the curve and working with change makers it also means you have to hire outside your comfort zone see the companies are doing really well right now are hiring everywhere in the world they're some of the most diverse companies on the planet so to avoid change make sure you are changing just as fast as change because when change comes you don't want to be like Kodak because they're gone all they have left is change I'm caracal ski this is that a business rockstars minute. business radio that's right on the money this is ms eleven ninety. this is gone seven thirty A. and this is a live shot so all of downtown we at the at the center not all five managing a crisis Saudi Aramco the most valuable piece of land in the world has been battered by drones how can I. fifty percent of study Radko's overall production the question from markets is very very clear is this a two to five million barrels of oil a two day four day event was it a full week of and to get that level of production back into the system the United States Mr trump authorizes ask your release on so he tells the world he's locked and loaded in regard to what's happening and who is responsible so we'll talk about the geopolitics of course the Saudi Aramco I deal with my next gas okay first what headlines from around the world and about Jews as with the team in Hong Kong. thanks Dennis the latest data from China sure yet more weakness in the economy and the government stimulus may not be enough to offset the effects of the trade war industrial output rose four point four percent last month from a year earlier well below estimates of a five point two percent gain retail sales also miss for constant expanding seven and a half percent against a projected increase of almost eight percent. the trade spat between South Korea and Japan is set to heat up this week was sold ready to exclude from its list of trusted export nations Yonhap says Japan we bundled together with nations that is still part of Kariz exploration but a broken ground rules for have adopted unsatisfactory policies Japan remove Korea last month from its own white list of favorite export nations. UK prime minister Boris Johnson insists he's working flat out on the brakes it to telling the Daily Telegraph city can finalize an agreement at a later summit two weeks before the deadline yes the Brussels later today for talks with the EU commission president John called you guys warning against that is warning that hot split next month will create ana kos will last for years. some Korea say Kim Jong un has invited president trump to pay on gang what would be this amazing the joongang Ilbo says the offer came in a letter delivered last month and so as a separate night from came that the president made public earlier. working level talks of school since the seas summit in Hanoi ended without a deal it's not clear whether the president has applied to either later. initial estimates of the damage caused by typing font sign Japan for the build up to seven billion dollars the store will force the closure of Sony Nissan factories in Tokyo and stranded thousands of people in a raid to apple's including the England rugby squad preparing for the imminent will come up fun site was a cop how along the east coast with local utility TEPCO's saying almost half a million customers were affected. news twenty four hours a day on it and it took took on Twitter but more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I met a motorolas this is one that is the markets when.

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"kariz" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kariz" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Thank you and now with no further do we have some crazy stupid idiots for you well that S. one could say that's a crazy stupid idiots C. as stands for crazy stupid it sure does why well because the world is full of Kariz these stupid idiots doth people doing things repeatedly over and over again often times the audience if you can hear me yell it out in the state you can't hear me you yeah alright we're we going first you out where we going first Washington the Washington state we are going to the state of Washington and that's where we are going to meet William Calley who called nine one one and Sunday morning because he's a red nineteen ninety two Chevy pick up okay read has been stolen out of a parking lot he was by now that's just you know a guy got his car stolen that's socks crazy stupid idiot you're right now I knew you would think that the crazy stupid idiot was the one who stole the truck right right incorrect the crazy stupid idiot in this story is William Calley because in the reporting of his own truck getting stolen no no it was discovered that his truck was being stolen as he was robbing a business wait a minute what yeah he parked.

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