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Finding Europe in America
"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick
After Countless Democrat Exposures, Will Anything Change?
"Clinton's Biden Steel bombers, John Kerry. I mean, I could Totally blow up your whole segment, naming off people that were caught absolutely red handed and should be buried underneath Fort Leavenworth. But nobody ever gets prosecuted. It's only we don't want to bury people under Fort Leavenworth. I mean, we don't want to do that. But I do get the general point. You know, we don't want to talk like that on the radio. People could get the wrong idea. But I do get your general point. I get this a lot. People are upset. Spy gate. The lab leak hypothesis the multiple trump impeachments. People are pissed off. I understand. Can't talk like that, though. I mean, we gotta be careful because We're in a bad spot country right now. Here's what I tell people. I tell people all the time. I say. Don't listen. You know I'm not. I'm not. I'm not your guru, or you're spiritually advisor or whatever. I'm just a normal 46 year old guy who you know, lived the life and wind up here on the radio. But I really do believe that we're all auditioning for the second creation. I believe that I have faith in that whether you have faith in that or not is up to you. But I don't believe we were put here on any guarantee We were gonna win anything. Or not. I'm not. I can't tell you anymore that we're gonna be able to save the republic. I hope we are. I believe in liberty and freedom for everyone. I hope real liberty and freedom. I hope we'll be able to save it one day. But I'm I'm not sure what
"leavenworth" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast
"But a conservative media took this to be a Something that they could get a win on and something that they could tag back to. President obama given that he was prosecuted under the obama administration. Although obama had nothing to do with it it was entirely under the military So before we go any further. I wanna say the names of these guys and some of the things that they went through and what they were. What's What ultimately ended up happening to some of them. We have Jared role soldier in afghanistan role struggled struggled up the war with anger depression and ptsd he in an accidental shooting Joe fuel time he Feel time saved. his fellow. Soldier hanes saved his life after he was shot in the neck and unable to breathe he struggled with. Ptsd upon his return. Home dave tzeltal. He was one of the guys in the guard. Tower lawrence ordered soldiers to shoot near on civilians. He ended up returning to college becoming an army officer keith. Heirs who was the platoon sergeant. The person that would have been mentoring. Lawrence had remained in their He actually testified against lawrence. the trial. Matthew haines He ended up getting shot in the neck. And paralysed in afghanistan nine days before lawrence lawrence shooting more kerner. He was wounded in the blast a few weeks before the killings. He died of cancer in twenty fifteen. There's samuel wally who lost his leg and arm when he stepped down. I also a few weeks before. Lawrence james twist twist risk his life. Save samuel rally. He was michigan state trooper and father of three when he died by suicide Mike mcginnis Who clashed with the ransom sought Did what he could to shield his soldiers from the fallout of the war crimes. And lucas. craig lucas gray Witness the killing of the three afghan men from inside the via the gun truck that we talked about that opened fire. The war crimes shattered his idealism. That was a thing. I got from the the washington post but i think it's really important that we acknowledged the the human toll in this situation. mentioned earlier. We already have a horrific war. We already have soldiers that have suffered a great deal trying to fight in that war and we have somebody who comes in and just up ins everything. And and it's also worth mentioning. Is that the military. Justice system is very much about blame wherever they can find it That sometimes you you know the people that we would look at an ostensibly say they did the right thing. They still get investigated. They still get interrogated. They still maybe get fingerprinted. Will they actually get charged with a crime. It's it's hard to know that the military justice system is very harsh that way in that it's more like guilty until proven innocent rather than innocent until proven guilty..
"leavenworth" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast
"A former team leader for the tune said he believed that the three men on the motorcycle were the same who came to the gate the day beforehand to talk to the soldiers on the road and the soldiers are just beside themselves. You know what we weren't anywhere near the over. These guys were coming. They weren't speeding towards troops. They didn't have any kind of actual threat and then another soldier. Upon walking up on the men recognized one of them and quote we have been in that village so many times we knew right then and there that these were the village elders. These are the guys that actually matter in the village and we just killed them unquote and be identities of the men who died remain remains in dispute to this day. I not so much by me but in terms of some of the media covering this some of the soldiers say that day that at least one of the Village elders was killed or ranches. Lawyer argued that the prosecution never named him in court or in the charging documents against his client. I mean well. My understanding of the people who were killed is that they were father and son yes But yes that's certainly. The father was in some way. A village elder respected man in village and a perfectly ordinary person. I mean one of rents lawyers. We we should make clear. Rents went on trial with one lawyer was found guilty. Sentenced ended up in leavenworth. He then got another lawyer or even set of law is who have been attempting various peels and things and eventually he was pardoned by trump His second lawyer was very much trying to challenge what the army had done and challenged. The army's case dug up some information that at least one of these men who'd been killed had in some way been tied to bomb making materials or bomb components. But it was all kinda like okay. They they supposedly found the same fingerprint. But it wasn't clear whether this was on a box containing bomb components on the components and sales and it's like there's a hundred different ways that could actually happen without this guy being bombed builder. For heaven's sake i mean all you've really got there is some kind of fingerprint connection to something that may or may not be relevant and of course they say what those components for that was never made clear in any stuff. I read to be honest. So you know. I mean this could just be some wiring or something's in this and so what if it was something more suspicious than wiring. The guy might have just had a box of stuff in his house for a couple of days. And that's how he's fingerprint ends up on a might not have anything to do with making so the notion that this guy was part of the insurgency is tenuous at best and regardless in that moment. They weren't doing anything like that. They didn't have any bombs. They weren't posing this. This platoon any kind of threats. It's all they were stationary on a motorbike. That's about as innocent as you can get in afghanistan isn't it so and like way far away from them to six hundred. A recently finished a book called first platoon..
"leavenworth" Discussed on KTOK
"Custer went out west in Oklahoma and Kansas. He based on Leavenworth. And he fought a number of skirmishes brutal. Absolutely brood on customers part I mean, he was a war criminal might be a little hard because both sides were doing it. But, boy, I mean, you know, he was as tough as anybody and crazy horse and Custer had this long distance loathing. Okay, but After the Little Bighorn and everybody was killed by a crazy horse's force is the only body not mutilated on the battlefield was custom. I left them intact because crazy always had a code. All right, and Custer was a commander and he was killed. He was not mutilated. Another surprise in the book bills that Custer wasn't alone. He had family members with him. Yeah, his brother, his brother in law. Ah, and he and another cousin and two journalists. And, of course nobody got out of there alive. Um, you know, I I kid my friends of the New York Times, CIA. You guys should have been along for them, but it was North Dakota paper. You know, Custer felt that he was going to get all kinds of accolades here. Gonna be a hero, Hey, was going to decimate crazy horse and the Sioux and then come back to Washington and been promoted Whatever. And of course, it didn't work out. No, no, indeed. It did not. Bill O'Reilly killing crazy horse. The book is out now, And I'm going to talk to a bill a little bit more about the parallels about what he has in his book and what's going on here? As part of the later with Leigh Matthews podcast. Find that at Katie okay dot com and the I Heart radio app. A big fire in northeast Oklahoma City. Good morning. I'm Beth Myers in the Katie..
"leavenworth" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Ah well now it becomes a free for all. They have nobody to blame themselves on that one and they jump out of the car and once they get out of the car as soon as they get out of the car. The powerhouse whistle muscle starts blowing. Yeah you could say they every institution. Every institution has a whistle that alerts the staff that are not on duty method trouble at the institution. You need responded institution less the town around because it's built right you know practically in the town. Oh yeah townspeople note. Hey there's escape so late. They run towards Metropolitan Avenue. Which is the street that runs in front of the institution and at that point in time? Missile how desperate guys can be. There used to be a bus stop right there. They're actually contemplating. Hey we need to jump as bus and taking hostage to get out of town and one of them recognized. How's the car going East metropolitan and they jump out in front of the car? which was a group of Buffalo soldiers from Fort Leavenworth? They were coming back from rabbit hunt so they force them out of the car and well now we have more weapons and ammunition. We have more you know more of everything so they spend in the car around the head out west and ask the warden. What's the quickest way out of here? And he tells them. Well he's if you follow the you take right up here in follow the highway out. You'll be in Kansas within about twenty thirty minutes. You go across the bridge get on the back roads and nobody ever know where you're at or whatever get over to Missouri from there and the the guy that was driving a car was a relatively new inmate to the institution by the name of Charlie Berta Out San Francisco and he looks at the warden and he says you're lying. Well this is where everything goes crazy. Because the previous month was a record month for rain and freezing and thawing so they wind up believe in the pavement. Turn It on the twentieth and metropolitan into a into a mud road. But Barry's got eight people in a car. You're not going anywhere those skinny tires and cars. You're not going anywhere and they actually bury the car. Rei Mud and roll it over boy and they get out of the car and they take off running up the street. And it's it's just almost like a keystone cops type. They are running up the street trying to find cars to steal and one of the authors that was responding to the institution. They actually jumped him and took his car threw him out on the curb and took off West of town and while there. I'm and we're talking back country roads back then and befuddled Laden and their bogging down. Will they get out to a place called possum hollow which is just you know every little ever. We're a little portion of town back then had its own little name jazzy. Valley we at the Tennessee Valley foams of Boston Mahler and they get out there. And there's this little one room schoolhouse called a possum hollow school and they say this Carson out frontal they're gonNA steal it to break up the amount of people that are in cars. I will get into school terrorizing kids. The kids are all screaming and everything and one of the guys runs up and he grabs a schoolteachers purse. And says give me the keys to call her out there and the teacher looks at them. So I'm just a schoolteacher. That car is all. I've really got started battering back and forth over a purse and keys. And she's give me back my purse and he's give me my keys. GimMe Back my first. You've keys she's I'll give you the keys. Give me back my purse so and get up in front stick. The keys and ignition of the car turned a car. Nothing happens will. The teacher had problems with the car. So they'd actually actually push a push button. Start up underneath the dash where she can push a button to start power yeah. They didn't know that so they abandoned that car. Jump in the back in the car and back out of the highway they go and about a mile or so down the road. They thought they were turning into a another road and they were actually turned into into a back lot drive to a farm and they just as soon as they turned into they buried the car. All the way up to the axles and now they're caught again now now it reminded was machine gun Kelly out there with these guys machine guns killing 'em from the inside. But he actually helped Thomas Dreams over to Francis Keating get out and they actually released machine gun Kelly for good conduct early from a two year sentence that he was doing for smuggling alcohol on an Indian reservation. Version Oklahoma say. He was better to wait for that. He probably knew he was a shorttimer so he didn't go along on that but he did and he was already out at that point in time he was he actually helped him smuggled weapons the weapons in interesting he was looking for for recruits freeze bank robbing crew probably got free. Oh Yeah and a lot of those guys you take take a look at the makeup of some of those cruise. The Mall Barker Gang Machine Gun Kelly Gang Frank Mash gang the Thomas Old Gang A lot of those gangs back them. They inner worked with a lot of each other. They knew each other. I noticed that and anyway they they get out there. They take the whole family hostage. Well by this time. You've got everybody that could carry a gun in all these guys and they've even got airplanes up in the air from Fort Leavenworth. The military prison at Fort Leavenworth at that point in time was what was called the Federal Prison Annex. Everybody kind of gets a little bit confused when you talk about the military prison and penitentiary. They're two separate titians about three miles apart and twice during that military prisons history. It's been part of the. US prison system. It was actually the home of the very first federal prison in Leavenworth. I opened and the inmates from that institution built the current day Federal Prison March and back and forth three miles every day and the military prison hasn't had been turned over again to the Federal Bureau. Prisons because of a riot occurred at Leavenworth in August of nineteen thirty because of the overcrowded conditions and poor. Four everything was going on in the institution at the time so they reopened it to kind of relieve the overcrowding situation in that prison the officers from the military or the military prison responded over to the Federal Prison and two companies of soldiers actually responded to the institution itself Lil wants. Those inmates got out the front door. It was mere chaos institution. Inmates were inmates knew what was going on and they decided that they were going to and kind of be a little bit. Some of them were kind of Passive about what they were doing. Some of them were even more a little bit more. Active in almost sheer right was breaking out inside the institution so they they decided that. Hey you know what we're going to send to companies soldiers inside the walls the institution and once they end made Satan two full companies soldiers coming inside the institution with weapons and loaded for bear. They were kind of like we don't want nothing to do with that so they hey doll. March back to their cells. Got Him locked up and the manhunt was on and everything from the city. Police to the county sheriff's to anybody had to carry a gun and knew the terrain then had already notified the FBI in Kansas City the FBI and the kind of misunderstood facts facts about the FBI was is that they didn't actually carry guns until after Frank Mash Killing Union station and that's actually inaccurate. You're at the FBI agents could carry guns and be armed. The only thing that they had to do was is when they went into a municipality say they came from Kansas City to Leavenworth they had to notify the authorities that they were actually FBI and they were carrying guns and get the approval the nave from the local authorities to whether they could carry or your gun inside the municipality so they get out. The inmates are continuing their quest for freedom. And they take the family hostage and everything's going south so they decided they're going to start walking a cow path over to the next farm over in order to get to the closest highway. It's actually paved and and they marked probably about a half a mile over this farm. They take more hostages all the way that their margin over there they got airplanes in her head. They've got guys could see that are approaching from all angles another armed sound like going to have a good ending no invades and and maybe some hostages to and they can out on the league to this farm and they break they break into the farm. Take another family hostage and it was decided decided at that point in time they were gonNA take three people with them out to the highway. They told everybody else to get into the basement. Took these three including a man and a wife and one of their farm workers and they started towards the road and as they're walking towards the road you're seeing the posse which at this time according to the FBI reports and and local newspaper reports and stuff like that numbered anywhere from five hundred thousand. I'll let her on the trail of seven guys so they get out to the highway and of course you know anytime you have a big deal going on anywhere you've got sightseers everybody's out looking for the action. So here comes. This color of sightseers up the road at the little coupe and they stopped his car. Tell them to get out of the car. And it's a couple of kids kids and they're you know they tell them to walk back up the road and don't look back well back. In that era coupes got two seats in the front and what they call a rumbles back back. Yeah and it's there's no way it's going to hold seven individuals running boards though Weld Brennan boards but they needed another cars. Ars what your vehicles vehicle suspensions of a long way since nineteen twenties and thirties so they told three other for the other guys shake out and find another vehicle vehicle. They're gonNA take this one. Yeah well you've got three guys on the warden. Four guys were naturally never standing alongside the road and and those guys the others take off looking for another vehicle. The warden looks up and he sees one of the inmates come up with a thirty ought six rifled imported towards the kids walking back up the road and he took that opportunity. You got three hostages standing there one of them's a female and the whole time on walked across this field award and told him. Hey you know you don't need to do anything of this girl. She's not you know she's not part of this. You don't have to do anything in her her. And whatever and the inmates telling you know you don't have to worry about it because I want to kill you. I.
"leavenworth" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Now we'll give you a gift certificate to get a kindle version of my book leaving Vegas Out. FBI wiretaps mob domination of Las Vegas Casinos or my my new movie. Brothers against brothers The Sevilla Spiro War. And then had the old standby gangland wire so without any more commercial breaks. Let's let's introduce Kenneth Master. Welcome candidates really Great Abbey here. It's absolute pleasure to be here so Kenneth You wrote a book. The title of the book is Let me get this down. That's a that's a mouthful you WANNA say tattle your book. The part of the book is Leavenworth. Seven deadly 1931 prison break and that Nets an interesting prison break folks folks. That was a lot of the the roving gangs of bank robbers in the Nineteen Thirties. Broke out what two or three different prisons I believe at the time Sometime in the neck those two or three years of mining clad broke some people out down in Huntsville or Eastham prison farm and much. These guys broke Gavin Leavenworth and they went on to bank robbing spree and ended up in the big shootout up. Little Bohemia did podcastone dillinger at little bohemia showdown but Gareth. Let's Ah Delo weren't average out there a little bit about your history of kind of interesting history any nap with your even a prison guard up there in Leavenworth for quite some time correct. That is correct. Correct I I always tell people that I did life on the installment plan eight hours at a time. I started out my career as a correctional specialist in the US Army. I served at Fort Leavenworth military prison. There towards the end of my first three years in the military met this little girl and fell in love and we got married and I decided I was going to spend my time in Kansas so I went to work for the Kansas State penitentiary when it was still the Kansas state penitentiary and little all over a year and after that I went to work at the United States Penitentiary Leavenworth and worked there for twenty seven years. So from nineteen seventy nine two thousand ten when I served as a correctional professional. Wow you use all of our mobsters go through there from down here in Kansas City. Didn't you a lot of acquaintances for EH. Not only the Kansas City mob mob all over the country. I've John Stand for work for me for about eight years. Really new Tuffy to Luna had conversations with Russell Bufalino about what they did with Jimmy Hoffa interesting interesting. That's really topical right now. Yeah I guess. You've seen the Irishman. I saw the Irishman. And I gotta say that Joe Pass. She does an excellent Russell Buffalo. No Hair Dad's folks from a man who actually they knows Russell Move Lino and interacted with him over a period of time. We'll give Joe Patchy thumbs up for his His portrayal love the the famous mob. Boss from he was from Pennsylvania New York upstate. Pennsylvania is like it's hard to put put a particular city like Gaudy New York Knicks Belen and Kansas City. Tony ACCARDO and Chicago. Those guys you now. Buffalo Lino have the I guess. Northern Pennsylvania Stanford had the southern part of Pennsylvania. Okay Yeah Philadelphia Area and all that mess. That happened down there and racing. Entertainment may have to come back and do some more shows on on those guys time and crew. Yeah I'LL BET and one quick question is like we've seen in the movies. Do they get some of their own food and liked to cook their own Back in cell block where they all kind of have will be housed in an that. Same kind of general vicinity tier of a wing or something. They actually do house them. Pretty much basically close together and back back. When I first started leavenworth they had a in diesel house? It was called the old man's wing and all the older mobsters Russell. Buffa Lino Tito from Mira. Henry Borelli all of those guys were living in the cell house but they were living on the lower galleries and the rest of the top galleries. Respod Bod- Gallery side by the city walk and a half long and the younger guys were upstairs. They were just regular everyday run of the mill criminals but the the mafia pretty much held at down. Downstairs Christiaan divvied. It was part of the French connection. Oh Yeah Crew New York and on up to Montreal. Yeah and he was. He was there at the time. And I know some of your listeners may know who Phil Garrido was Familiar with that was the guy a couple of years ago that was found holding a woman out in his backyard in Vegas and his wife and him were. His wife was kind of strange Doug herself but they were holding a young girl out in the backyard and had a child was out in makeshift. Shed you know. Yeah Yeah Yeah I remember that he was he was there at the institution at the time. Interesting seen some interesting people corrections is one of those jobs that you see something every day that Mexico. Yeah I know. We've got our friend from David who was a guard at Marian that has a is not podcast is more like a youtube podcast. He does a youtube videos and tell stories out of Marion Penitentiary So it's called as a key returns you guys. If you haven't ever taken look at as a key turns on Youtube you take a look at them those stories. He's been on here. He's a guy that he told us a story about when John Gotti I. I hit the cell block at Marian. He was one of the guards he said he said the man's lined up but like it was the king was coming in and and really gave him huge respect until the end and what that beat him so bad it almost guilty John Stanford was the same way when he got. The Leavenworth has the his. The following was quite really well quite well. And I mean you've got figureheads like that with the Mafia they you've got a crew. That actually walks walks around them. Protects them keeps them from getting beat on. Yeah most of the other inmates no they. They're not messing with those guys mess with them interesting. Well some things. Sometimes that life does imitate art. Maybe art looked at life and and then created in the movies. Sometimes I mean looking at the Irishman when I was like I I've seen that before kind of how people relate to each other. Oh Yeah respect this kind of you know the the the higher up you go the better it is what it that way so you also were the historian effort. Leavenworth correct. I I I I kind of got that job by the fault I had A. I've amassed over the course of my career probably three or four four thousand photographs of the military prison and the US Benetton uniforms badges. But I've probably got the got it somewhere in a box somewhere and done a lot of reading nurse including mine my two books on the penitentiary. Lovemore seven the. US Penitentiary Leavenworth. I've I know of about thirty three books that are written. It have some type of story line that deals with Leavenworth. Wow So let's talk about your most recent book first of all you. You mentioned that other book talk. Just just tell folks a little bit what that's about it and how they can get it. It's it's more of a picture book. It's I'm one of these kind of I. Don't jump in the middle of the pool. I kind of stick Matola into sea order like I understand and the first three books I wrote were basically photographic histories since I it was at the US or the penitentiary for twenty seven years. I wrote a pictorial history of the federal prison through Arcadia Publishing and then did a book On Fort Leavenworth goes I was stationed there and then a book on the city eleven worth and the development of the city of Leavenworth in its early stages. And they've draw a lot of interest in the Federal Prison Book. USB Leavenworth has brought a lot of interest from a lot of different people throughout the United States it's carries on from the very earliest beginnings of the institution all the way through the modern era of corrections that tells the development of the institution itution White was developed. Who always there? I've got pictures of the bird. Man and Carl paying Ram Frank Nash. Frank Nitty cool. So how would person get those books. They're all on Amazon. They're all on Amazon They can Do you have other pates. Can they just hired Kenneth the master if they put them master okay and the search engine of their little old computers at home. They'll find out more about me than I know about myself and then just go to Amazon Lincoln. Of course we'll go. You'll find the podcast. Once it goes up to but Just go to the Amazon Lincoln. And you'll oh find out those books so let's talk about your most recent book. The Leavenworth seven the deadly nineteen thirty. One prison break ended. That come about the escape actually took about three years to master minded. pull off the crew. That was actually broken out. Seven of them. The four of those guys. We're members of Frank Nashes crew. The man who was killed at Union station massacre and most people don't realize it Frank Nash mostly as they know about the union station massacre. But he really know very little about Frank Nash. Nash was a mastermind. His father ran hotels in Bartlesville Oklahoma and he had uncanny ability to talk to people uncanny ability and he could schmooze his way. He actually talked his way out of the Oklahoma territorial prison three separate occasions one occasion. I'll join the army okay. They let him join the army. He actually fought World War One. Second time. I've got some business to take care of Bartlesville. I'll go ahead. You're okay and he would his personality was he could win over. Just just about anybody and Frank Nash. When he was Ed McAlister had became friends with Al Spencer L.? Spencer was a territorial cowboy that fashion himself after Jesse James and the media had followed him for quite some time until they just kind of realized that. Hey this guy's pulling off bank robberies. But he's pulling off robberies that are only netting twenty five bucks seventeen dollars just just odd pennies and nickels. Title's off of what the Henry stores and everybody else was fallen off at the time and it started kind of making fun of him. While Spencer decided he was going to leave an indelible billable mark in the history of Oklahoma and decided he was going to rob a train Jesse James E was going back to Jesse James and Frank Nash. Rush being the masterminded he was he was L. Spencer's lieutenant in his crew. He went out and surveyed. What they could rob Bob and they wound up rob indicate limited the MCAT railroad in O'Keefe's Oklahoma which in itself would wind up being the last armed train robbery in the history of Oklahoma and when they pulled his arm train robbery off half the crew had never pulled off an arm train robbery and her life life had one guy grover cdl which was one of the seven was broke out? He smashed the firemen in the in the engine. Ad Within Frank Nash. The whole time robberies going off frank national standard talk in politics and calm cool collected and national figure it out we rob this and he told the guys when they robbed a strain leave the federal bonds alone. We could get our way out of mcallister. We'd get our way the the situation in Oklahoma but if you touch the federal bonds to run this train we can't get ourselves out of the Federal Prison Well L. Spencer decided he was just GonNa take it all. He took everything off the train including federal bonds and all the guys were caught within a short period period of time. So that's what got the feds and they ended up in Leavenworth and that's how they ended up in Leavenworth. And when I got the Leavenworth Frank Nash. Storage shortage SMOOTHENS schmoozing himself away around the institution. Yeah he knows that game. He knows how to play the game. I know another guy that did that. If a Marian he knew how to play that Game Hey and he talked himself into a job that was a sweet as it can be. He was the head Cook in Deputy Wardens House out on the front lawn of the institution. Yeah I've seen that house and he did the interesting bull enough. His Assistant Cook was Frank. Nitty really well. Oh Frank Nash. One afternoon decides to he goes out to the front gate of the prison tells the altar. He's got a party to cook for down at the deputy warden sales force they they let him out. He goes down to the House about nine thirty. They call up the house and said Hey. Nash has got to get back over here for the ten o'clock count nationally. Been in over here all day. And he's gone and the same way with The couple of other crew that helped Nash masterminded reminded escape. Was Thomas. James Holden and Francis Keating they were put in Leavenworth for Robin Evergreen Park Mail train in Evergreen Park Illinois and they'd actually got away with the robbery of the train for over two years and another crew pulled off the the exact same style robbery using all of the techniques that Keating Holden abused they pull his train robbery the off they get caught the FBI figures out who pulled off the initial train robbery. So they send that crew plus Holden and Keating the Leavenworth breath.
"leavenworth" Discussed on KOMO
"The five four we've had a crash sitting on the shoulder in Seattle north five is slow from Alberta Seneca at north out four or five continues to drag through Renton our next couple traffic at eight forty four partly sunny day was still some lingering showers a high about sixty four today to showers overnight low fifty tomorrow will look much like today and then should dry out on Sunday mostly sunny and sixty two. now we're seeing the sun breaks it's fifty one. although it is still raining from Bellingham north of the Canadian border there are pockets where it is really heavy rain and then Walker county komo news time eight thirty six today marks the beginning of October fest and the state patrol is warning drivers headed to Leavenworth do not drink and drive because emphasis patrols will be on let's get more on this from Kohl's Carlene Johnson well I just talked to state trooper John Bryant who says it's a blast in Leavenworth but getting there or leaving they have one goal and that's to keep drivers safe preventing serious injuries are fatal collisions and they're gonna have all kinds of extra patrols going on they're going to be on patrol on all sides of Leavenworth you know helping drivers out and looking for those areas you shouldn't be driving whether they're impaired or tired or distracted we just don't want those we don't want a collegians leading to you know different charities or or serious injuries they're gonna have the state patrol mobile impaired driving unit to in town that during the event that's that self contained thirty seven foot motor home that travels all over the state to support law enforcement basically they can do the blood test right there inside the vehicle and figure out if in fact you are too drunk to be driving so keep that in mind extra patrols going on this weekend next weekend and the following because Oktoberfest is all three weekends Carlene Johnson come on news Thurston county couple did something a little different to celebrate their anniversary this year couples prime Calvert tells us they're hoping to inspire you to do something similar John and Donna met as freshmen.
"leavenworth" Discussed on KOMO
"Local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. The university of Washington remembering a great football player and current athletic department academic coordinator fifty four year old rod Jones passed away yesterday. He served within the UW athletic department for nearly two decades. He was a star player on the nineteen Eighty-four Washington. Huskies squad that finished the season with an eleven one record and defeated Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. He went on to play professional football with the Kansas City Chiefs since Seattle Seahawks. Rod Jones was a native of Richmond, California and in his role as academic coordinator work, primarily with the football and men's soccer programs, head football coach, Chris Petersen. In a statement said rod was a committed husky, and we are deeply saddened by the tragic passing. He will be missed sorely bioterr-. Student athletes, are coaches and staff and the impact he left on our program will never be forgotten. Leavenworth today. Celebrated the life of a JBL soldier killed last month. Sergeant Leandro hustle was killed during combat operations in Afghanistan on November twenty fourth. He was on his third deployment Afghanistan after enlisting in the army. Hostels funeral service was held this morning at cascade high school in Leavenworth. See Jack city hall is stunned in a celsius community is mourning. After the tragic death of a newly appointed seatac city council woman Amina a med an advocate for immigrant and refugee rights died in a car crash yesterday. Komo's Patrick Quinn talked with their friends who are coping with this sudden and tragic death to an fee, so they were in the middle of planning a meet meet-and-greet as a newly elected city council member. That's when they got the news that their former boss, and friend is gone. She's gonna gloves or community just hours after her death. Her friends, remember, Amina, Ahmed, the woman, advocate and. That's why I am who I am today. Steps. Other follow around.
"leavenworth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"From time to time we're doing so right now, let me bring you the story of the seventy four year old woman from Kansas. Leavenworth county attorney Todd Thompson said the women's recovering expected to be okay why she had a heart attack. Why did she have a heart attack? Well, somebody broke into her home, and she shot and killed the intruder. She then called nine one one and then had a heart attack. That's not the whole story though. The whole story is that earlier about a week before the this this woman. Reported an attempted burglary at her home. And after that she purchased a twenty two that she took with her to bed at night possibly the same person broken. Again, this time was able to break in and she was able to defend yourself. Now. This story is exactly why women should not be a part of moms demand action and neither should men. This story is exactly why what people like, Shannon. Watts push forward is so absolutely dangerous because their desire to make you afraid of a firearm. What they want is for you to be a statistic are now you can argue with me all you want. But in the end, you don't have an argument there desire. It is better that you're not able to defend yourself because something could go wrong, then you should be able to try. They wanted seventy four year old woman in Kansas to be a statistic to.
"leavenworth" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"We're. Wrapping, things up here. And we continue with Dan Bongino Scott ulanbatur Filippini and Scott. I guess the question is that when you have people in. Such positions of power that have abused their power It to me it seems like it should be a lot bigger than just losing security, clearances to me it seems like it's time. For people that? Have been part of an orchestrated attempt to rob a Reagan election that they get look, if I ever. Tried it or attempt to that I think I probably be put in jail why is there no indictment yet Right there's no there's no question about that and it's the same whether it's Dan or filler myself if we had, done one iota of what? These people had done you would be conducting this interview via Leavenworth federal prison. And that's. The problem we have a two tiered Justice system and we also have a two-tier accountability system you know these people are not accountable to their app for their actions to the level, that are listened at the listeners and working. Level folks like us are you Have to stand, up to and so and this is going to be a problem, going forward and it's going to be affecting the more, morale and the competence. Of all of these different services so, the American people are going to be less. Well-served a, really good friend of mine and right exactly yeah he said to me you know last week and the weekend before he goes listen I see. It now We we've absolutely be our image has been hurt and hurt dramatically. And I said no I don't believe most people think that way they know. It's. Not. Rank and file and he goes now they're they're. Pissed Filippini we'll give you the last word well my security clearance was revoked it's in the stories and see something say nothing and the show you how surreal. Absurd all is they told me in the official letter that. It should not be, considered as an adverse action I mean that that is the governor have that letter I have the ladder yes yeah, I think? We, need to have it next week I think we'll bring you on TV and we'll show the world that letter and we'll find all the other people that had their security clearances lifted as well you got in trouble. For the fact that you caught Obama if I'm not mistaken they wanted to erase everything that you, had. Built. A database of of, potential terrorists, and they made you erase it didn't they, well, if you wanna really Set, off fireworks asked. Dan in Scott what would happen. If, they deleted classified information out. Of their databases as what would happen, to them well didn't that happen in your case wasn't it. Ordered by the Obama administration absolutely not lead directly to San Bernardino Orlando and has ties to. The Boston marathon bombing as well I wanna.
"leavenworth" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Iris arnold runs the leavenworth mission food pantry the food bank is just a couple of miles down the road from fort leavenworth a us military installation in eastern kansas arnold says there's lots of need in this town of thirty six thousand i have a list of food pantries and there others about fourteen on that list but that doesn't include several of them that are just open more some just the pop up locations yeah just eleven worth alone is there a fourteen pantries the every four years farm bill is up again this year nutrition programs accounted for about eighty percent of the last version that totaled about four hundred ninety billion dollars in leavenworth kansas i'm peggy low for marketplace and the self driving taxi market is in its infancy so there's no way to pick winners but we can try says financial heavyweight ubs the investment bank is predicting that google will own sixty percent of the driverless taxi market by the year twenty thirty this refers to waymo owned by google parent alphabet daimler and gm or competing and as we're also reporting today uber is now trying for a flying car service within five years it's the marketplace morning report from apm american public media this marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed when it comes to hiring you don't have time to waste you need help getting your shortlist of qualified candidates fast that's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard and when you need to hire fast exceleron your results with sponsor jobs new users can try for free at indeed dot com slash marketplace that's indeed dot com slash marketplace terms conditions and quality standards apply.
Dr Leavenworth Jacobs, Shirley Smith and Prostitution discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show
"Been getting a special form of training tau to stem blood loss as school officials have become resigned to the grim trend of school shootings more schools are now stocking their classrooms with supplies that would be more familiar to a military medic the teacher triage was initially pushed by dr leavenworth jacobs he operated on victims of the sandy hook elementary school shooting in two thousand twelve he says in many of the school shootings more victims could have been saved if someone had at least slowed there bleeding i'm shirley smith classified advertising site backpage dot com ignored warnings to stop running advertisements promoting prostitution sometimes involving children because the lucrative ed apprise brought in the half a billion dollars according to an indictment unsealed monday charges have been brought against back page founders michael lacey and james larkin this townhall dot com hollywood shot when she saw the booker son brought home from school where do you hear the story this is the legal owner today's legal case is from the files of the christian law association here's attorney david gibbs junior holly called our attorneys at the christian law sociation after discovering her seventh grade son was assigned a book to read that had overt sexual themes in it could the school really force her child to read such a sexually explicit book the answer is absolutely not every parent has the right to opt out of objectionable assignments and request a substitute assignment that does not violate your religious beliefs that is a constitutionally protected right barring a compelling reason for requiring every child to participate in that particular assignment which is unlikely the school must allow your child to substitute a more appropriate and nonreligious offensive assignment it's your right as a student and apparent in america protected by the law are free newsletter addresses lots of issues like the ones we've been discussing today it's an invaluable tool why not sign up for it now christian law dot org christian lawn are you living for a change in your child's education wouldn't it be great if your child could go to a school where faith and learning are interconnected anchorage christian schools is now enrolling for fall two thousand eighteen anchorage christian schools is located on the corner of northern lights and baxter song three three seven nine five seven five for more information or visit us online at acs eating you dot org acs edu dot org.
"leavenworth" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"So that would be a good way to get some money in on tag a against tiger i guess it must be people the vietnam i don't know i you know i've ever since i served that ten year stretch of leavenworth i really have tried to forget about some of the ins and outs of it better the logger finding robin lopez twenty five thousand dollars for directing profanity towards officials oh the poor little softer velvety sold swear at the failing to leave the court at a timely matter following his ejection last last night at miami cubs at marlins tonight at six ten albert alberta will lead off at play center field wall hap refugee call somebody immoral i'm sorry episode nanogram for a moral thank you that's what it is it's an anagram i'm sorry my bad over to you stub tagging woods is really excited about the masters next week i guess the resurrected golf super that we use that because it's says he's thankful for a second chance second coming if you will a life and now he's completely free to take any applebee's hostess homey what's the trouble with the wife breaded stubby with jag delivered fifteen at forty five dollars overdue our traffic tiger jennifer keiper lower edens right now to lake cook it seventeen minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction twenty kennedy out to the junction forty two o'hare fifty five inbound o'hare downtown that's fifty and from the junction in twentyfive eisenhower out wolf forty five to thorndale fifty five inbound from the veterans toll it's about forty six minutes in from wolfing at thirty the stevenson out to the tristate forty two the veterans toll fifty inbound from the veterans toll thirtyfive tristate in twenty five dan ryan out ninety fifth the half hour inbound from ninety fifth the.
"leavenworth" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM
"Beat him port nailed he was really badly hurt when they left krause died six days after the attack his murder went unsolved for two years until one man confessed and implicated the rest the gang was sentenced to hard labor at fort leavenworth kansas in about two years later they're all returned to germany and living is free individuals at the time of the krause attack high erickson was living in the same barrack the murder left him shaken he asked for a transfer and that is new camp for knox he laid low he worked in the camp kitchen alongside us soldiers singing along to your hit parade oh give me land lots of land the sky dome things me a favorite song at the pow's don't fence me in long me and at fort knox erickson had a lenient boss who sent him on errands around the massive base often ericson would slip off his jacket or the letters p and w were stenciled in white i learned as appear w what freedom means danger was not the us the enemy was are protected really.
"leavenworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Better team us right sabella check was asked to put your questions and the first was trapped game dropped game were you looking ahead to the pittsburgh steelers take any guys leavenworth near the next week as well no very any questions about the game right now that was the question about the game but the give me a break that's when you know you uh probably done tonight do you think reported that gets burn like that this takes his pen and go home yeah i'm done at yacht i thought i thought that was relevant talent cut me exit like asking a question of the professor that's the relationship he's been able to cultivate with the press do i approve of your question here but the professor you can't stand right but you need approval from for some reason for a grade for the shine for whatever it is for validation god help he likes this question and you think the guy that asked the question the one rare question the bell check indulges in goes on like a twominute rant about if the intricacies of punting or something uh that guy goes back home they'll go back to the press box like you really nail that one man i think i think what happens it look i worked up there for a while and some of the pats people that round the be all the time would look down at like the basketball people likhodey vegans you'd have celtics night three rings the do you have any rings you did you utter a forget which plays did you make against the rams in new orleans there was this whole loyal press yeah that was almost this thing where it's like a govern the seas we got to talk about you let's talk about ricky daves drive so there will be some there were confrontational or some that couldn't stand bella check they would ask off the b in they would have had to have all sorts of juice with their newspaper whatever and then there was yeah like a mike recent around forever mike recess good questions i think there's some people that he respects that are there all the time that they know the game the right football questions asked but then there will be the dude who just wants to not have bella chicken mad at him and it's.
"leavenworth" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I don't know how maybe we'll get a petition going what are those petitions you have to go online and get a certain amount of signatures yeah the only people who should be leavenworth right now under doll has sought who is by the way in leavenworth and a handful of other i think they got five who are currently on the deathrow and leavenworth i actually knew someone who was on death row in leavenworth you got out got his conviction overturned oh you i got myself all worked up again i just kinda come down in than i have certain to remember clinton derek you know these are john hotly these have people like i came come to know their families i've met them all at leavenworth when we did our motorcycle rally there well we'll see was has infinite you have you ever been do you ever go to kansas may have been to kansas kansas is a unique uh sort of state it's just like gin that wizard of oz for the most part and leavenworth is in kansas it was the first time i've ever been to this facility many of the military prison and i gotta tell you it's all daunting now i could not get inside i was not allowed inside but i did get to speak with lieutenant the hannah on a cell phone outside because he was allowed to speak with his mother and i was with this mom but uh tell uwe beaubourg delegates to walk free i wanna just puke all over that military judge the florida panthers the new york rangers feed senator day night nhl off the anti fifty w of gal drums tomorrow night seven on newstalk 850 wsb joyce here and you know that i lost thirty pounds on quick weight loss and the best part is i've captive author a year and a half hell amazing is that what a difference to be able to wear all the clothes that i had put in the back of the closet i am so happy and you will be too quick weight losses i'd like any other die program as a matter of fact it's a lifestyle program what on.
"leavenworth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And uh related programmes that went by different names uh that were run by the army chemical corn um there were all the experiments out edgewood arsenal when some of that overlapped with the period of him t all true and then there were experiments on shoulders at leavenworth in fact uh and so that's interesting because although jerry was not stationed at leavenworth he wants a cruise we don't leavenworth so it it wouldn't be much of a leap who think that they were also um experimenting on prisoners at leavenworth because prisoners were another favourite subject for them another favorite target you go into some detail in the book about selective amnesia types of that nesia i it seems like in conversations that you and others have had with with jerry that he gets a little bit hostile a when he's asked to confront the absence of memory your things that he uh it is reluctant to recall eight yet times yes um i would save for the most part uh jerry was very even tampered uh i actually whose uh a r really engaging in charming man uh and it just once in a while it it was you give me a little push back and i think it's because um it's are some doors he gives doesn't want to open and normally who can sort of just keep that out of his mind their vision but.
"leavenworth" Discussed on KELO
"Guinea pigs were soldiers for the mko troy and uh related programmes that went by different names uh that were run by the army chemical corn um there were all the experiments out edgewood arsenal in some of that overlapped with the period of him all true and then there were experiments on soldiers at leavenworth in fact uh and so that interesting because although jury was not stationed at leavenworth he wants a cruiser leavenworth so it it wouldn't be much of a leap to think that they were also um experimenting on prisoners at leavenworth because prisoners were another favourite subject for them another favorite target you go into some detail in the book about selective amnesia types of atanasia i it seems like in conversations that you and others have had with with jerry that he gets a little bit hostile a when he's asked to confront the absence of memory or things that he uh it is reluctant to recall eight at times yes um i would save for the most part uh jerry was very even tampered uh i actually he's uh oh of oh really engaging in charming man uh and just once in a while it it was you give me a little push back and i think it's because um it's there are some doors he just doesn't want to open and normally he can sort.
"leavenworth" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"This belief comes from my unyielding faith in the decency and generosity of the american people but it also comes from my own store i'm the son of a black man from kenya in a white woman from kansas that was raised with the help of a white grandfather who survived a depression to serve in patten's army during world war two in a wild white grandmother who worked unabomber assembly line at fort leavenworth while he was overseas have gone to some of the best schools in america and i've lived in one of the world's poorest nations i am married to a black american who carries within her the blood of slaves and slaveowners an inheritance sweep pass on to our too precious daughters i have brothers sister's nieces nephews uncle and cousins of every race and every hugh scattered across three continents and for as long as i live i will never forget that in no other country on earth is my story even possible it's a story that hasn't made me the most conventional of candidates but it is a story that his seared into my genetic makeup the idea that this nation is more than the sum of its parts but out of many we are truly one throughout the first year of this campaign against all predictions to the contrary uh we saw hungary the american people were for this message of unity despite the temptation to view my candidacy through a purely racial lines we want commanding victories in states with some of the whitest populations in the country.