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Newsom Condemns US Judge’s Overturning of California’s Ban on Assault Weapons
"Ruling that overturns the state's ban on assault weapons, CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano Judge Roger Benitez called the 1989 ban on assault weapons, a failed experiment. His ruling, please. The plaintiffs, including a group of San Diego gun owners, really glad that he reaffirmed that are right to keep and bear arms is rock solid even here in California. The judge drew sharp criticism after likening the air 15 rifle to a Swiss army knife writing. It is good for both home and battle. Governor Newsom, calling the ruling a direct threat to public safety. The number of new covid 19 cases and deaths
Asylum seekers left in small border town
"150,000 migrants were caught trying to cross the southern border in March. That's 50% more than in February. Correspondent Lilia Luciano tells us that many are being dumped in a small town in Arizona in the tiny town of Arklow in the middle of the Arizona Desert Border Patrol comes by every day. Drops off dozens of asylum seekers after they've been processed there left to find their way. This isn't a local decision, Aaron Cooper says. The town doesn't have the resource is needed. So the county has to drive asylum seekers 2.5 hours to the nearest shelter in Tucson. So when we went from one drop today, Too often times two drops today very quickly. We had volunteer burnout, and it turned from a I'm willing to come and pitch in for a few hours to this is a full time job. The
"luciano" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Here is Marco Luciano. He has a big report of high fastball. 1000 straight back up off the top of the backstop. We're starting to see the swings, at least, not the results. But we're starting to see the Luciano swings. That was an impressive one. Here's the pitch. And the curveball low and outside for a ball. That was the 20th pitch of the inning here. From Trevor Rose in this game has not been Played out the way You were kind of hoping on. The broadcasters getaway date. How many 20 pitch innings are we gonna have in one game? Here's a swing and a miss by Luciano on a high fastball and we're flying together so It's not like what I'll just say, Dave. Go ahead, make your flight. Word. Then we both have to go. The 12 pitch, not not right now, but Well in about 10 minutes. You know one thing Marty, Larry's here in person today. We haven't seen Marty and personal long time we We could just you know, he would be excellent. Come on, Marty never even thought of it before, But I give us two innings today. I realize all he'd be great. Here's the pitch. Annie hard slider down in the way swung on honesty struck him out, and the inning is over. The Giants get a run and honored run on We go to the last of the fifth inning, only the fifth inning. It's the giant six. Oakland Nothing on the can be our Northern California 100 dealers radio network. Gas prices in the Bay Area are outrageous. In fact, they're the highest gas prices in the country. Thank you Get upside real real simple. Get upside is an app that you've got to download to combat these high gas prices in.
MLB Spring training: Which Players Have A Shot At Making the Giants' Team?
"One guy that stands out to me and we'll get to Luciano. We've talked so much about him and how exciting and tantalizing he is. But we're talking bullpen, arms and guys who have a legitimate shot to make this team and one of the parting gifts from Bobby Evans. It seems like one of these guys. Camilo dove all he's been in the system time now did we saw him against the Dodgers the other night? He is exciting, and I think is you put out carry the best hair in the Giants bullpen right now. Oh, yeah, he he does have the best care because last year they had a guy Rodolfo Martinez, who was a Johnny Cueto look like just with better dreadlocks than Johnny Cueto. If you can imagine that this year, they've got Camilo Jovel who does not have better dreadlocks. But he has died his dreadlocks, so they're like orangish Red, And I'm hoping that by the regular season he'll have in his Giants Orange, because could you imagine that coming out of the bullpen? Got weapon 97 98 with a cutter and the breaking off a nasty slider. And then all of a sudden he's got the closer like hair, Camilo Devil and you make a great point. He is a parting gift from Bobby Evans. And this is something that we should talk about. I should write about eventually is all the parting gifts from Bobby Evans because you're starting to see the fruit of the Giants International. Sign me focus coming through the system. Marco Luciano, a Bobby Evans guy, Alexander Canario, Bobby Evans Guy. Curving Castro, a Bobby Evans guy. And so the Giants are starting to see this focus that we saw in the like post 2014 2015 World Series era where they went down to the Dominican Republic, Venezuela and other Latin American countries and sign some dudes and you're seeing that those dudes who they got when they were 16 17 years old are coming through this farm system and are going to be ready to contribute and so The village of all immediately popped out the other night against the Dodgers Cubs, But there's several other players, several other young players. Several other young pitchers who have really stood out so far. Well in another one is from the left side. Jake long this kid is from Sacramento. I think you would the Sac state or he's like up from the Northern California area. So he said. It was so funny. The quote I saw from him the other day was Buster Posey called him over to throw a bullpen and he called him by his name, and he was all stoked that Buster newest name because he's of that age group beauties like you and I. If Buster called us over, he'd be like, dude, that's Buster Posey calling my name so Him from the left side. You know, I hate to do the com thing, but I'm getting I'm getting Billy Wagner Vibes. Dude, What do you think? Billy Wagner vibes? That's that's fascinating. And so the reason I say that is because the jobs are actually building this guy up is a starter there. They're thinking of him a 97 from the left side, a guy with a hammer curveball and a good change up there looking at him as someone who could actually be in the rotation. And so when can't first started? Gabe Kapler traffic trump Buster Posey. They all said. Hey, pay some attention to this Sam Long guy. He's got something to him. And we're thinking, okay, This is just, you know, a guy who threw two good bullpens. You never know that happens every spring. He's probably a double A or maybe a triple a arm who could help them out of the bullpen Eventually. Then all of a sudden, he appears in the Cactus League opener against the Angels, and he has got major league stuff. No question in my mind after seeing him. Three pitches in I turn to Mark Sanchez in the press box. I go. I have seen enough. This guy can help the Giants right now, and I think that in keeping him as a starter and sending him down to triple A or double a to open up the season, you're potentially talking about someone copes who could somehow morphed his way into the Giants top pitching prospect and maybe beat Sean Jelly or Tristen back or some things other guys. The chance to excited about to the major league level. And so it's really fasting to see Sam Long come out of the bullpen because you're juxtaposing that with guys like Camilo, Javelin Caribbean Castro, who is another guy, Bobby Evan, signed who just has that hammer curve coming out of the bullpen 97. Very little mite early experience. But there are the pieces in place and you can correct me if I'm wrong. If you've seen anything differently, the first three or four days of spring training their pieces in place for the Giants to have one of the most exciting bullpens and Major league baseball and potentially one of the best is far as electricity goes like with stuff
House Passes $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief Bill
"Morning, the house passing a $1.9 Trillion pandemic relief package early this morning. Here CBS is Lilia Luciano Yays are 2 19. The nays are 2 12. The bill is passed without objection. The motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. House Democrats have passed the Cupid Relief package, which includes $1400 in direct payments to tens of millions of Americans, an extension to unemployment benefits, food aid, housing assistance and billions of dollars to expand vaccine distribution and testing fresh the virus yet our economy back on track and transformed the lives of impoverished Children. Republicans argued The bill is too expensive and only Fraction of it will go to pandemic relief. There's next to nothing to save Main Street businesses or get America's unemployed back to work. The bill headed to the Senate also includes a provision to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour really Luciano CBS NEWS Many businesses here in Massachusetts
Marilyn Manson target of Los Angeles County domestic abuse inquiry
"L. A County Sheriff's Department announced its Special Victims Bureau is investigating singer Marilyn Manson for allegations of domestic violence, which reportedly happened between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood, where the shock rocker lived. Multiple women have publicly accused the artist of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, including his ex fiancee, actress Rachel Evan would who said he horrific, Lee abused her and started grooming. When she was a teenager is almost 20 years. Her senior Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has denied all allegations through his lawyers. Lelia Luciano CBS NEWS LOS Angeles
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Hacker tries to poison Florida town's water supply
"Hacker remotely broke into the water treatment plant in a Tampa, Florida suburb in attempt to fill the water supply with a dangerous chemical. CBS is Lilia Luciano, worker and a water treatment plant in Florida's Gulf Coast. Noticed when someone hacked into the plant system and increase the supply of a dangerous chemical by 100 fold. The hacker who is still unknown to authorities remotely access the system for 3 to 5 minutes. But because the operator noticed the increase and lowered it right away, there was no harm to the public.
"luciano" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"luciano" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"You know bank presidents Ceo's of large companies that are gun guys. They're pro gun guys. That would love to help with stuff like this. There might be able to donate twenty hours of their time that they could help with something like this like. Let's get all those guys in the room with the people in the industry. I you know what a good as a good idea is a good idea no matter where it comes from. And ironically i've had the conversation with some people on the left who are really kind of concerned about their second amendment rights. They're all on board with everything else. It's going on but there are a little concerned and we gotta get those people in a room with the right people and we have to get people that have business sense in the room so that we can start making these things happen and you know what. There's a lot of millionaires in this country. There's a lot of people with a lot of money in this country. Not just people in or out of the gun industry. There's people doing all kinds of things right there. You know one fair books. The millionaire next door taught me like the most millionaires in the country are dry cleaner. Make sense to me. When i look at my dry cleaning bill john like i dunno like with you know i realize you might not know where the dry cleaner is john but a lot of make a lotta of money. Put a suit on the go to the white house. Did i saw that. I was impressed with a pseudo. Yeah that was pretty line. Listen we went another hour and a half. We got rap of here. The rap is guys. it's time to make a move. It's time for us to step up. It's time for the leaders and the juggernauts in this industry to have us all aligned in one direction. We can't put the team of horses in a circle. We need some leaders. We need people to step up and we've all got pull a team in one direction. The other side does that they do it. Well exceptionally well. If we don't do that if we can't find the right leaders we're done we're done and i don't want anyone to think anyone. Here's a dissenter. We're all offering free time anything sweat equity if everything's everybody. Will we gotta start the conversation so let me thank everyone is. This is been ninety. Minutes of fucking fire. I wanna thank dr dave dolby for chiming in appreciate it. Thanks i wanna thank ace luchino for stopping in for a party. We went four and a half hours. My brain is fucking fried A lot of information. There's a lot and we got to do it again. This is going to do it again. i wanna thank all the sponsors head over to dot com berthollet show dot com. Go out the nra and nsf. They're great entities. Go go support them. Uscca being them. We need them. Go check them out. And there is a much more redeeming qualities. So don't don't take everything we saying with a grain of salt so it's just the start a conversation. Maybe a little garlic oregano tuesday. So i appreciate you guys. I appreciate all the sponsors Dave you've got the kill switch up there take us out. Hit the big red button yet. Says over all right everybody..
"luciano" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
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"luciano" Discussed on Rap It Out
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Los Angeles County reports 145 deaths, most ever in single day from coronavirus
"According to the covert relief project, 120,000 Americans will wake up Christmas morning and hospitals around the country. But in California many hospitals are out of ICU beds. Little Yo Luciano. Report an alarming milestone California, surpassing two million covert cases. In Los Angeles County. These charts tell the story Hospitalizations soaring, as are the number of deaths 145 more. We have never seen daily death rate this high high throughout throughout the the course course of of the the pandemic, pandemic, and and the the model model predicts predicts that that the the worst worst is is yet yet to to come. come. The The surge surge that that we we are are in in right right now now with with avoidable avoidable health health officials officials say say people people not adhering to strict social guidelines are fueling the rise in cases.
FDA authorizes first over-the-counter home test for COVID-19
"FDA approves the first at home Rapid Corona virus test kit, manufactured by Australian company A loom will be sold over the counter for around $30. And provide results in about 20 minutes. Reporter Lilia Luciano says there may be caps to keep consumers from hoarding the
Millions pack airports, roads despite warnings from health experts
"Cases could be surging. Millions of Americans are expected to ignore warnings and travel to see loved ones. This Thanksgiving. CBS is Lilia Luciano, saying Friday and Saturday. We're two of the busiest days. At the nation's airports since the start of the pandemic, America's refusing to let the covert crisis grand them packing airports across the country. Despite the CDC is plea to stay at home. I get it, but it's Thanksgiving on people want to be with their families. Two million passengers took flights so far this weekend. This behavior worries Washington Governor Jay Insley. We have to understand that the house is on fire right now. Deaths are now climbing and 43 States and Puerto Rico hospitalizations are at a record high and jumping in every state. And on Friday, the number of travelers screened at airport security checkpoints in the United States topped one million for only the second time since March. They're still doing the detective work in
Early voting numbers shatter previous records across the country
"On the bus as we've been reporting. For weeks, Americans have been voting early in record numbers. Despite her, perhaps because of the pandemic. More than 90 million people have now voted early on Mohr are expected to do so before Tuesday. CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano reports from Los Angeles. But the number of early votes is more than 65% of the total ballots cast in 2016. Early voting has reached historic records across America ahead of Election Day. Texas is on track to surpass its 2016 turnout by millions of votes just literally flew in town to vote and I'm leaving back out on Saturday. Iowa, Florida and California have also shattered records. But it has been an uphill battle to make every vote camp with the virus and whatnot. People trying to avoid crowds in contentious Florida, a key swing state, where the polls show the candidates effectively tied. The US Postal Service is investigating stacks of mail, including ballots stock in a post
Los Angeles - Exploding Bobcat Fire Continues To Take Aim At Antelope Valley, Several Homes Destroyed
"It's It's also also the the worst worst fire fire season season in in California California history history and and the the Bobcat Bobcat Bobcat Fire Fire Fire in in in the the the Fire Fire Fire Angeles Angeles Angeles in in in the the the Angeles Angeles Angeles National National National Forest, Forest, Forest, National National National Forest, Forest, Forest, and and the the Antelope Antelope and and pills pills the the Antelope Antelope pills pills has has spread spread to to over over has has spread spread 94,000 94,000 to to over over 94,000 94,000 acres, acres, destroying destroying acres, acres, destroying destroying several several homes. homes. several several homes. homes. Here. Here. CBS CBS Here. Here. is is CBS CBS Lilia Lilia is is Luciano. Luciano. Lilia Lilia Luciano. Luciano. The The Bobcat Bobcat The The Bobcat Bobcat fire fire fire fire ripped ripped through through ripped ripped the the foothills foothills through through the the north north foothills foothills east east north north of of Los Los east east Angeles, Angeles, of of Los Los Angeles, Angeles, destroying destroying destroying destroying several several several several structures. structures. structures. structures. We We now now see see We We that that now now see see it's it's even even that that it's it's worse. worse. even even worse. worse. We We thought thought We We thought thought intensifying intensifying intensifying intensifying winds winds prompted winds winds prompted more evacuations. more evacuations. His crews from His crews across from the across country the country have stepped have in, stepped in, firefighter firefighter Larry Smith Larry says. Smith It's says. one It's of the biggest one of the biggest wildfires. wildfires. He seemed. He seemed. What does that What look like? does that look like? Well, think Well, of 91,000 think of 91,000 American football American fields. football fields.
California firefighters struggle to put out massive Bobcat fire
"Fire Fire Fire in in in the the the Angeles Angeles Angeles National National National Forest, Forest, Forest, and and the the Antelope Antelope pills pills has has spread spread to to over over 94,000 94,000 acres, acres, destroying destroying several several homes. homes. Here. Here. CBS CBS is is Lilia Lilia Luciano. Luciano. The The Bobcat Bobcat fire fire ripped ripped through through the the foothills foothills north north east east of of Los Los Angeles, Angeles, destroying destroying several several structures. structures. We We now now see see that that it's it's even even worse. worse. We We thought thought intensifying intensifying winds winds prompted more evacuations. His crews from across the country have stepped in, firefighter Larry Smith says. It's one of the biggest wildfires. He seemed. What does that look like? Well, think of 91,000 American football fields.
Los Angeles Area's Bobcat Fire Approaches 100,000 Acres In Second Week
"It's the worst fire season in California history and the Bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest, and the Antelope pills has spread to over 91,000 acres and destroyed several homes. Here. CBS is Lilia Luciano. The Bobcat fire ripped through the foothills north east of Los Angeles, destroying several structures. We see that it's even worse than Wei thought intensifying winds prompted more evacuations. His crews from across the country have stepped in, firefighter Larry Smith says it's one of the biggest wildfires he's seen. What does that look like? Well, think of 91,000 American football fields. The investigation, meanwhile, continues into the death of a firefighter on the lines of another wildfire in the San Bernadino National Forest sparks by a firework used during the baby's gender Reveal party.
Wild fires ravage America's West Coast
"Deadly here in California officials in Butte County in the northern part of the state announced Wednesday night that three people have been found dead in the southern part of the state. Those living near the Bobcat fire near L. A are being told to be ready to leave. L. A County fire Captain David Dancer had that plan and make sure you guys are preparing to make sure the public if you live in these environments, make sure preparing have all your medications ready to go Gather all your personal belongings that you need to go. And if you do have to evacuate, evacuate as soon as possible. Maurine the West Coast fires from CBS's Lilia Luciano unrelenting fires continuing to rage throughout Oregon. Fueled by fierce winds not seen in a generation Five communities leveled by fires. This could be the greatest loss of human lives and property due to a wildfire in our state's history. Nearly three dozen wild fires so widespread they can be seen from space in Washington on
Wildfires rage across West Coast as high temperatures and winds hamper first responders
"Of Americans all across the West under siege. By a series of wild fires that have burned hundreds of homes, businesses and lots of land. Tens of thousands have evacuated as hot and dry air meets heavy wind spanning the flames of 85 large wildfires that have burned more than 4000 square miles of land, including Beth Hill, a resident of a retirement home. It burned to the ground. We all ran out. Got into buses didn't take anything. Leah Luciano CBS NEWS Medford, Oregon,
Portland Police seeks witnesses in downtown protest firearm
"Trump supporter was fatally shot over the weekend. 39 year old Aaron Danielson joined a counter protest caravan and appeared armed with knives and paintball guns. No arrest has been made in the shooting. Portland has been a favourite target for President Trump and his administration and acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf. Sent a letter to the mayor stating that Portland's residents continue to suffer from large scale looting, arson and vandalism, even killing Lilia Luciano. CBS NEWS Portland, Seattle Police say they arrested seven people today at Cale Anderson Park, the
States struggle as coronavirus cases spike
"Are worsening pandemic at the height of the summer. Bottom line is cases and deaths spike across the nation southern tier from California to Florida and most of the states in between Arizona a grim milestone state hitting its highest daily death toll Saturday. There, the federal government stepping in to increase testing in hot zones, touches to minimise the risk California also struggling to meet its testing targets. Seen deaths nearly tripled since the state's economy re opened in May. CBS's Lilia Luciano, more than 140,000 people have died of covert 19 in this country. Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb warns. You have epidemics in Texas and California and Florida and the testing companies a big commercial labs like lab corn Quest. Try to prioritize testing those regions. Not only do they fall behind in those regions, but now they're pulling testing out of other regions in seeing delays. There.
"luciano" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
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"luciano" Discussed on Kingpins
"This kingpins a podcast original. I'm Alistair and I'm kate every day in May we're featuring a quote by an iconic crime figure teaching us in their own words what it takes to survive in the underworld. Today's quote comes from Charles Lucky Luciano. The father of the American Mafia after prohibition and Bloody Gang War that turned New York City into the wild west Luchino seized control of the underworld he established the structure of the Mafia. That still in place today and he did it all in the service of one thing money as he himself once put it. There's no such thing as good money. Bad money is just money for almost all gangsters. Money is the driving factor in entering the underworld more often than not they see. Illegitimate trades like racketeering or drug trafficking as a way to make a quick and easy buck that seems to be the mindset. Lucia no had from early childhood after he emigrated to the United States in the early nineteen hundreds his first business endeavour took place in the school yard offering protection services to bullied students for ten cents a week within a few years. He graduated to muggings and burglary and gained a reputation as a master pickpocket. Her he earned himself a spot in the five points gang. By the time he was eighteen it was around this time as a teenager. The Lucci on was first introduced to heroin. Although Lucia admits to using heroin as a teen he didn't become an inadequate instead he sold drug as a potential money-making bonanza but at the time heroin was a tough drug to sell. Many gangsters wanted to stay away from it on account of the harsh punishments for getting caught selling it. So instead when prohibition hit Luchino turned to another illicit product alcohol during prohibition Luciano Cam under the tutelage of another infamous gangster ona-led Rothstein Rothstein gave him a crash course on how to build an alcohol empire and how to run it as an actual business by nineteen twenty. Five Lucina was bringing in an estimated four million dollars a year that cash allowed him to invest in other businesses. Such as legal gambling and prostitution after Rothstein was killed in Nineteen Twenty eight. Luchino fell in with another gangster named Joe Mazorra but Mozzarella's Italians only business model. Didn't work for Luchino. Who'd found success working with Jewish gangsters like Rothstein? He was beginning to envision a national syndicate that crossed ethnic lines an alliance for the greater good when a civil war broke out between Mazuria and one of his rivals in the early nineteen thirties. Luchino seized the moment to take control for himself. He eliminated Mosser area and Mazari is rival instead of letting New York descend further into bloodshed and her prophets. Lucina cold meeting with all the top gangsters in the country and from that meeting came the mafia structure that still in place today. A nationwide commission ruled by a Board of Seven family bosses Lucia. No of course was made the chairman as one of the most powerful men in the underworld Luchino had his hand in illegal businesses. All over New York including loansharking labor union organizing prostitution and even Luchino is white whale narcotics but Lucia Luchino. Time wouldn't last long in one thousand nine hundred thirty six. He was arrested and convicted on sixty two counts in connection with a prostitution ring originally sentenced to thirty years his cooperation with the US government during World War Two earned him upon and in one thousand nine hundred forty six but there was a caveat he had to leave the United States forever. The forced exile didn't stop Luchino from criminal activities. He moved to Sicily where he spent the last fifteen years of his life. Establishing an international drug smuggling ring in one thousand nine hundred sixty to Italian authorities were prepared to arrest the Chino in a drug smuggling warrant. However before they could arrest him Luchino died from a heart attack at a Naples airport. Ironically he had just come from a meeting with a Hollywood producer about turning his life story into a feature film or hops. The only legitimate business venture Luciano disgust of course for Lucky Lucia. No there was no such thing as a legitimate or illegitimate business whether it came from booze drugs prostitution all film rights. Money was money..
"luciano" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"luciano" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Money coming in was not really involved in narcotics. He was smart enough to know that That that was that was a bad route to go through a lot of heat. Another thing that Gina Base they wanted to talk to Luciano about was how he wanted him to go ahead and retire. Said you know I'm running your family but and you're too far away to run it so you need to just go ahead and retire. Luciano L. would report in his book that he said Right. Now you work for me tonight in the mood to retire so don't ever let me hear this again or I'll lose my temper and you know what's it's funny is Louisiana was a little guy. I'm not too sure how big genovese was his bride more normal size but the little guy standing there and he's perfectly quaffed hair and Manicured nails and and Stylish clothes and you know I don't WanNa hear this. Don't let me ever hear this again. I'll lose my temper as all the other. Delegates arrived from United States checked in rooms at landscape Dr a reserve form. They had the whole top four floors of the hotel L.. National this dislike a convention that you would have that. IBM would have or something or or some big company. And have they they reserve the boardroom. For meeting They had banquets and parties in other rooms for the groups and little subsets of the groups like all the ID people go here and all the sales people go there. I guess I don't know in his book. The Last Testament Louisiana will claim that as each of the mobster's I checked in laid a visit to him at his house at this Red House he was staying in this place called Miramar which means ocean view. I believe believing in English and they did this to reaffirm their loved him and acknowledge him as still the boss of bosses or the chairman of the of the border. The the commission the first night the dinner was hosted by Lansky and Frank Costello and Joe Add. Noise is a public showing of their private affirmations. That Luciano China was still the boss of bosses and at that point in time supposedly as when they attendees all came with their envelopes filled with cash. For lucky the next day it just like I mean this is just like A. You know. Many conventions I've been to whether it was Eliana you law enforcement intelligence unit conventions we used to have get togethers We we had a zone in a national by zone would be about the middle of the year and the national be at the end of the start of the year. The national would where everybody would come into buys zone would be where it would be like eastern and southern or midwestern and southern midwestern and southern when When we hosted one here here but you know it? It's exactly they all start out like that got maybe at dinner At the start kind of big welcome deal cocktail hour no latte. Then the next day the Convention Center the conference gets underway at the table. You know body language is everything and and where you said. At the table. It was important. They had a large rectangular table. Lucky Luciano who sat at the head and Frank Costello and Vito Genovese Joe Adenoid were to his side probably to his right side. It's been my experience at the people that are closest to the the boss will set to his right hand. The people that are others from the boss will sit down at the end and his left side and other people would kind of like to be close to the boss will sit to his left hand but try to sit as close as they can to him. There's really no protocol other those. They got there probably got there earlier. They could get that but people have been my experience. People will sit where they feel comfortable. And that's you know therapy lack. They're out of their way. I went to a meeting A big sergeants breakfast held by the major and we had the same setup and it was a major station and he sat at the head of the table and and his aide set right next to him in a couple of the other guys that they're real blakely am vicious set to his right and then a couple of guys who were always always out big heavy drinkers were always in trouble. They sat down to the far left and they even were like separated from the other people by a couple of seats. I thought that's interesting. That's interesting so you would have had the same thing here in this kind of a meeting because people are people whoever they are now Luciana were report that after he opened the meeting he thanked him for their money donations. He said he was going to invest in the hotel casino but he he also asks them when they talk up to him or talked about him publicly or out loud be sure and call him Salvator Luciana and they do he does not want to have any attention drawn to lucky Luciano. He was all over the newspapers. Time it's kind of like James Riddle Hoffa when I was growing up. Everybody knew Hoffa anesthesia. Everybody knew Ed that name anesthesia will look other back. Everybody knew Lucky Luciano and even you know. Even today people know Lucky Luciano. They know he was a big time gangster in New York City. Some about that name. It's just it's easy to remember and what's connected with it so this was really the first time that formerly with the other bosses around around that that the subject of who was the boss of bosses and it was retitled that was ever brought up and and it's reported that he that Lucky lucky. Luciano casually mentioned that it was time for him to dawn that designation. I get so it'd be the cap o.`day Tutti Capi or the boss of bosses and said Albert Anastasia immediately jumped up and said yeah. I agree with that and he was also glaring over. genevieve say at the time because he knew that Luciano was protecting him from Gina. Be Say Here's here's a quote that I don't know where you would have found this quote. Uh of Van. This at an Allen May report on this subject he said for me. You are the big boss whether you like it or not. That's the way I look at it and I would like to hear from anybody who don't feel the same way. At least they used improper English. Sounds like a gangster Luciana claim later that there was just silence in room and he said that's it's all I want. It said. I wanted to teach genie base lesson in public without him. Losing face and to get the title without having to fight for it so once once. Let's they said once. They didn't dispute that he was the boss of bosses. He said frankly. I don't give a shit what happens after that. And for the next order of business he got that out of the way right away you might as well get artist piece of business out of the way. He said that he told others he had heard rumors this. This is a good way to put this. He heard rumors of infighting between anesthesia. Gina V say and. He looked down at him. He said you guys got to work together and work out your differences princes. Otherwise you'll end up with problems like we had in a cast. Marie say war nineteen thirty and thirty one verse. Many people got to where they killed off all the mustache. Pete's Miss Joe. Mass area and Salvator Manzano were arguing around and they were the old school and the other guys are lucky Luciano Maryland skin and Jennifer Kesse and and some of those other young up and comers saw the weakness an accident. Luciano worked for Joe the boss or Joma Syrian and they threw him with Manzano and killed Missourian and they ended up killing a bunch of other. The Old Mustache Pete so It was trying to avoid that same kind of situation Asian because he's mob wars. They don't really serve anybody. I don't know why they ever have them. They have a way to settle differences but they still can't always seem to get that but every time we have a mob board is like this mob war ahead here in Kansas City that I did the movie on brothers against brothers. Savannah's bureau war. I mean whole bunch of people got killed and a whole lot of attention to him. And and actually some of the wiretaps That were actually wasn't some actually. Some of the hidden microphones that replaced were the first Actual revelation of The there was rumors about skimming from Las Vegas Casinos. But that was the first actual conversation that was picked up that that kicked adopt the whole case and ended up destroying the Midwest families and uncovering the scam and removing and destroying the hold. The mob had over the teamsters union. put the teamsters union into receivership and trusteeship and and get data all the people in the teamsters brought in New People and to put the heads of Kan city crime family. The Cleveland Crime Family Family the Chicago Crime Family and the Milwaukee Crime Family in jail for quite some time so These mob wars they. They're they're stupid to have them but they do have them every once in a while on Luciano Lansky and and Brian Costello were smart enough to try to avoid that now say and some of those guys. They weren't smart enough to avoid that date for their pride they. Will you know they will take down the whole thing that burned down the whole house just so they can say I was right or I'm more powerful than you. His next topic was You know what supposedly They talked about in the. We're GONNA talk about and refine and order everybody. We're by not to get involved. In and that was a narcotics trafficking business. Luciano would would tell it. Say in his book I told him I want him to get the the hell out of that business to stop it right then and there and forget it as we know that warning in that order fell on deaf ears they did not get out had the drug business because there was so much money to be made from it and they were arguing around about it and and Luciano could see that he wasn't GonNa get compliance with his order and Frank Costello supposedly leaned over and whispered Charlie. Don't hit your head against a wall veto rig this before the meeting even started. Try to get out as as you can some day. They'll all be sorry which carmine Glenda he was he was one of the big guys he was sorry ended up and dead on the floor of restaurant with a cigar stuck in his mouth. But there's nothing but death and destruction follows that narcotics business. Maybe a few people in maybe a few of them getting in and make the big score and get out and go. We Wanna live happily ever after. But mostly they just get sucked into it. And they want more and more they let people start using their own product and become addicts and then they need more and more and and so it's it's bad business and They tried to get out of back then now after that when after he lost that battle he then brought up the Siegel Situation of Benjamin. Or Been Bugsy Siegel was not invited. This meeting he was out on the West Ghost anyhow Looking over the he he was representing the New York. Crime family interest in the West Coast at the time. There wasn't is it really a a there was a kind of a minor mob out there and and you really have any particular power so Segal is out there. And he's the one that saw the potential in Las Vegas especially after they lost Cuba right now. They got these Cuban casinos that they can pull money out of and and wash cash money through the of course you didn't really after wash money very much back in those days before the CTR's and that's and that's another see. The the the narcotics business really ruined their their little playground on using case because after the government got into the narcotics business big time to prevent that they came out with that new law that says any case transaction over ten thousand dollars you had to fill out a form and a banker could mark suspicious on it and and so. That's a way to track that money around but back..
"luciano" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit. Detective Jerry Jenkins Molo while wire-tappers out there back here in the Studio Gang Lenoir our second episode about Charles or Charlie Lucky Luciano you you know Last episode we talked a little bit about his time in prison. Really is just one prison interesting little prison story when he was in Danang more and eventually worked his way out. If you remember to buy Making a deal with the navy and he got a got the cooperation of Albert and his station. And the other mob guys in in New York City in New Jersey that worked on the docks to help the navy and make sure there's no saboteurs on the DACHSHUND and to alert them to any strangers any German spies or Italian spies might be poking around the docks. Here's you know. A lot of those Loud the equipment and and material Israel that we're going to the war effort would let those docs. They could alert the U boats out in the North Atlantic convoy was leaving. They could pick up tips on the dachshund they would maybe pick up gossip from the joints. You know loose lips sink ships as that's where that came from in that certain boat was gonNA was loaded with Munitions GonNa Hook up with other boats and form up a convoy to go across so He he worked deal to make sure that the ships for the shipping lines were secure as best as best. They could in in reward for that that they commuted his sentence. He had like a thirty year sentence and he'd done about ten years in New York. State penitentiary. System got himself deported reported Italy but he didn't stay there very long because By nineteen forty six. He was figuring out forty seven. He was figuring out how he could get get his way back closer to the United States. And like I said before he he got himself closer to New York City with a a better prison that was closer to New York City during in that time. And and that's what these guys do. They want to be close to their friends and their base in her hometown. So He got himself self Wanted to get himself back closer to the United States and he got himself to Cuba and excellent and Cuba was. If you think about it. Cuba was was that open. City are an open. Cuba was really an open. Country in Havana was really to open city for all kinds of Vice activities and and just what. The MOM likes Land already been poking around there about the gambling Central Traffic Kante had numerous connections over in Cuba. That clubs and Joni nine miles from the mainland United States and people people were going over there to gamble all the way back into the thirties and spread petition narcotics. And you know the liquor laws were a lot more lenient. And all they had to do if they wanted to make money over there was opened up for American tourists. Making American tours. Feel safe even pay off the The Cuban regulators and the Cuban Policemen which was pretty easy to do Eventually all the narcotics will come up through Montreal in Canada after Castro of course but before Castro in in back in the thirties and forties a lot of the mob guys were involved in the importation Dacian of heroin. They want to get it up to New York and Cuba was a place to do to bring it also Illegal immigrants could get to Cuban easily and and then get over to the United States so it was. It was kind of a hotbed of of illegal activity that was directed at the United States. Meyer Lansky already had the connections in Cuba and so he got it set up. Luciano got himself to separate passports. He boarded a freighter in Italy away which took him to Venezuela then he flew to Mexico City and any book day private flight from Mexico City directly to Vanna Cuba and when he got there his childhood friend Mayor Lansky was waiting for him. took him to the Hotel Nationale. which was the big time Motel in the Nineteen Thirties thirties forties and fifties and even booked himself in under his real name Salvator Louisiana? I guess they figured anybody. Government agents would be looking for lucky Luciano. Oh ciano were her Charles Luciano so salvator. Luciana was his His Cover name he got a luxurious suite. Of course yes he did he did write a book. That's really been With another author on the last testament of Lucky Luciano and there is really been called into question. He talked about meetings that happen after he was gone from the United States and like he was there and there was a lot of things in it but He he did say in that for that book that this was the first time that no handcuffs have been on me and nobody was breathing over my shoulder for quite some time was a direct quote After he got to Cuba spread a lot of money around. He put down on on what was going on and who he was paid off all the hotel staff and Because he did not want to draw the attention of the Federal Bureau of narcotics and a man named Harry as linger who was was dead on the mob. They were the the bureau of narcotics. Federal Bureau of narcotics was really the only people paying attention to the mob During the war well relied. They didn't do much during the war but after the war up until after nineteen fifty seven in the Appalachian Convention then then The FBI got into big time and and and they got out of narcotics. But if you want to find out information from law enforcement about the mob during these years you gotta gotTa go the Federal Bureau of narcotics. He he checked out of the hotel shortly after and moved into a home in Alabama suburb did book Look Big Room at the Hotel Nationale for the week of December twenty second nineteen forty six. 'cause that's when all the mob bosses from United States we're GONNA come down there Lansky. He was carrying messages back and forth between Miami and Vanik as he could he had cover he had business interests in in Havana and Miami Emme both and he would go back to the United States and get hold of people and and they make plans about who was coming and who wouldn't gunman and why they weren't coming blance gate eh Luciano. He ought to buy an interest in this casino hotel. Nationale kind of putting men more with the government because Lansky owned it with another well known. Cuban politician named Batista. Batista will go on and be the prime minister. The whatever the president of Cuba when Castro takes over but Easton Lansky wanting to pay one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. He told his biographers in the last test. Lucky Luciano that he didn't really want to take that hundred hundred fifty thousand out of his pocket but he told Lancy that all the embodies did his December twenty second meaning should bring envelopes to welcoming back across the Atlantic beyond the American side supposedly. These Christmas presents are envelopes to Lucky Luciano in adept being over two hundred thousand dollars dollars and used that money to buy this interest in the casino. Now Luciano's long range plans. Were to get Tom Dewey Thomas Dewey to rescind his deportation deportation see do a do it was running for president and he was getting his people back in the United States to start supporting support in that campaign and and put money into the campaign. Nineteen forty eight which is kind of interesting because he rans against Harry. Truman who Harry Truman Had the backing of the Kansas City crime family and in depth the Chicago crime family to get those both of those big major major metropolitan on areas votes lined up. If Dewey was elected president and they would call in that they would call in that little loan that they made him see these guys. They don't do anything for nothing now. That was GONNA be. That was nineteen forty-six GonNa be a couple of years during this time landscape lansky negotiated a six month extension of Luciano's visa where the Cuban Ministry of the Interior now Magin that means negotiating a six month extension probably meant Passan so many hundred bucks under the table I would I would bet so. Just before the December twenty second meeting about a week before Vito Oh gina visa arrived to see Luciano. They'd been really close friends back in the nineteen twenties and and when Luciano established his crime. Family when they when when it developed the five families in the commission and in Luciano's crime family he had selected Vito Genovese to servers underboss. So the more Modern Day Gina Base family was exactly actually the Luciano family now he he had frank Castillo awry when he went to the joint Frank Stella was was kind of the the guy that it was running in and that was part of the problem with Stella was Genovese was a really violent guy and and didn't mind doing things with a gun and a knife now Branka Stella was is a guy that was smart enough to know that he needed to make deals and negotiate and and and just do business and they ended up being. There ended up being problems between Gino Visa and A. and Frank Costello and actually he he hired somebody to try to hit him in hit went wrong but Coastal just got about on out after that Luciano had you know the the qualities that he selected Gino visa a four. If they were used against him it would not not be so pretty and any came to realize after not being around Genovese say and and not being his boss. It really was a conniving greedy backstabbing stabbing double-dealing dude and he lost a lot of respect for him. Little side note about Gina Visa. He He had been in Italy himself for quite a while because he had been indicted for murder in the United States and right after the war he was arrested by the united the States army and they took it and send him and they sent him back to Brooklyn to stand trial but there was a key. Witness Against Union Bay was poisoned so he was released in just a few months before the SAVANNA meeting and of course he he wanted to go back and run the family and he didn't want to have anything to do particularly Luciano by now Lansky told Luciano. Wijetunga was there. He wanted to muscle in on Albert Anesthesia. who had been the you know? Of course the boss and In Brooklyn all around the docks and he wanted to take over some of his action. According to the last testament lucky Luciano genovese started talking to Luchino when he met up with him and the first thing he said was that. And it's Deja needs to be eliminated because is he's thinking about killing this head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics in Henry and slinger Louisiana's you know he said no he said that's That's it's not the deal. And and he pointed out that as far as he knew Vito Genovese was the only one interested in selling narcotics stage. It was not really interested in that. He had Eddie's murder inc but he also had a lot of rackets down on the DACHSHUND and the dockworker unions we had money..
"luciano" Discussed on Mafia
"One of the rules that lucky instituted was that the boys even if imprisoned remains a boss there might be acting boyce operating for him by even korea's could get there and when really major decisions say there had to be somebody had be assassinated of bumped off what it was a change in philosophy on some business bracket what they would do what he was still consulted so in effect even though he was almost a thousand miles away from new york city is once in downtown and midtown manhattan he still had a lifeline to wisdom of lucky luciano framework and organizational skills to make sure that each family continue to thrive even if the boss was eliminate or something happen to the boys that you weren't dependent on one individual ironically lucky luciano prove that when he was sentenced to family didn't dissolve of frankenstein for the most part one of his top aides took over as acting godfather he's in effect he was running the organisation the organization continued to function and this is again the wisdom of lucky luciano that even though he the originator is the first boyce to be convicted he proves this point it functions wealth even if he's not in control day by day it's a testimony to his power it the underworld that luciano's rain was not ended by the prison sentence and this evidence said he was visited in prison by people like meyer lansky and castillo and they actually waved fingerprints requirements for these people when they went into visit him so his power somehow stay hot in while he was bringing.
"luciano" Discussed on Mafia
"People say that luciano was a lawyer and that became apparent while he was on the witness stand because thomas do we got him in several lies interviewing him about questions about vice about gambling about weapons possession and lucian owes one attempt at umer fell flat and no one left at the joe and quite a big note was made of that in the papers that here was this man purporting to be something that he obviously wasn't he got him to show his unto world saw aid and a side that wasn't very funny to most people wasn't very suave were sophisticated two others so do we used his own in a education and intelligence to sort of to a battle of wits with lucian we know while the latter was actually in a very vulnerable position on the witness stand was terrible and he was really uh you as on by do's question or to a sweating squirming wreck far from the image he tried to present to the world of the devon and honest business man he was exposed as a taxi reader you have not paid a dime to the state government get is that right that's right and that is because the federal state prosecutor big gangsters and the state does not by income tax isn't that so title though even brought out information very embarrassing tools yano that he had once when he was a young man to dinner former in a narcotics investigation so maidens whole reputation look a little tainted here was this tough tough guy turned out the little rat diseases mayors into the jury described louisiana's testimony yes as shocking disgusting display of sanctimonious perjury at the end of which i am sure now one of you had doubt that before you stood not a gambler not a bookmaker but the greatest gangster in america the jury was convinced lukiana was convicted on sixty two counts of compulsory prostitution.
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"Cokie flow in the annals of this trial the name that stands out the most is cokie flow she was allegedly a madame although it seems debatable considering that she was a junkie in the lowest sense of the word she was very strongly addicted to heroin and actually testified on the stand in the throes of withdraw role was she was given brands e by the judge and allowed to rest on a cut in the next room during several recesses during her testimony cokie flows testimony was typical of the testimony that all of the women gave on the witness stand it was hearsay she heard luciano was going to bring everybody together like a chain of supermarkets she heard this and she heard that the idea that he would go from the prison for profitable madam declined monday booth to do work look like a fix they got these witnesses to really exaggerate without rain gassed has evidence do we seemed to be faltering but then lucciano going against his lawyers advice insisted on taking the witness stand luciano with so selfish sure did he did something that most criminal dependence specially in his ilk should never do we testified he thought he could really out with tom dui on the witness stand ways demean while interviewing lucky luciano while she anna was under oath on the witness stand with was very brilliant grilled luciano about his previous convictions his taxes and his association with other gangsters as the court transcripts revealed he had lucciano on the ropes i'm asking you do you tell the truth when you are under oath i'm telling the truth now you don't want to answer that question billion i didn't say i told the truth all the time but now i'm telling the truth.
"luciano" Discussed on Mafia
"So many of them were rejected to heroin when they were arrested that cops waited until the fourth day of the cold turkey withdraw rule when they were climbing the walls and desperate to get them to agree to testify against the mob do we've investigative managed to get through flu breadth of flip to turn and incredibly they testified they had seen luciano at meetings where he discussed what kind of percentage his family was getting from these horror house luciano you the dewey was after i mean he had a lot of people in the police department elsewhere who were on the tim horan the make and wanted to take and slipping him whatever information they could so he flew to were arkansas where he thought he be safe and hut springs arkansas which was almost a mob ron town and do we within very questionable constitutional methods match stand down the new york say troupe is really kidnapped luciano got him on a train and hurried and back to new york even when the trial yarns of trial the newspapers had convicted lucciano the new york daily news called him the droopy ads are of the oldest profession the newspaper coverage of the trial was instrumental in liushi anose conviction he was known as the vice laude from day one it was front page every day in papers like the new york mira and the daily news and it was quite a change from prior vice lords who had been tried and convicted in the 1920s several years prior a very big vice lord named nick montana had been tried with very little interest in the part of the press or the people of the city of new york by the time luciano went to trial it seemed like there was a a mechanism in place to convict him in the newspapers with phrases like vice lord in large headlines.
"luciano" Discussed on Mafia
"Luciano pledged that he would be just one amongst equals he had done away with dictatorship and introduced a far more democratic form of leadership there were no assassinations among the bosses for many years after that everybody ed everybody had their their territory lucciano had come up with a business structure that would last for decades he was this incredible dynamic genius who saw how the landscape and how the tapestry the mafia had to be organized here is somebody who comes along and 1931 visions that if the mafia was going to prevail and succeed had to be a mirror image of american capitalism and what he did was he turned predatory street gangs which had the good days bad days and had many internal in journal wars with each other he turned them into this one single octopus of an organization that was so different from anything else that ever existed and it took the american law enforcement almost sixty years to get a handle on it it was so terrific and that was the greatest gift that charlie lucky luciano gave to his fellow criminals it was a lifetime of prosperity and success louisiana's mafia would be so effective that every conceivable way to make money was now up for grabs in our next episode we'll explore how lucia knows mob spread its tentacles into every part of american society earning billions that as we controlled a lot of industries in his country not the least of which was the restaurant business the gambling industry las vegas is a great example of by 19 thirty standards.
"luciano" Discussed on Mafia
"Made man that individuals had to be made part of the family it was never easy to get into the sicilian italian mafia you really had a show that you do you could carry out the door nerd or you know how to make money could obey orders uh it was harder to get in the end to a father and son union but the point once yes you worked for them what was the quidproquo you had to get something they gave you a life insurance policy if you follow the rules nothing could happen to you you knew that and other people in in crime and other criminal elements other cruel gangs knew that in effect they were the untouchables if you did anything to harm a member of made man in the mafia the wrath of the mafia would come down on you so in effect you suddenly became instead of being a low life two big criminal hey you are in an organization that offered you all sorts of economic up tune in these you are in on big crimes whitecollar clive not just holding up somebody or extortion the opportunities were immense but the idea was they even had a ceiling on membership when lucky luciano created the mudan mafia 1931 heated watt rivalries and they established a membership a ceiling our membership the theory being there wouldn't be any wars one group wouldn't go out one family a book guy wouldn't go out and recruit dozens of other people for the mattresses for showdowns and you'd only way you could replace or add anybody into a crime family was food the death or elimination of somebody so the gambino crime family had a ceiling of say one hundred fifty members you had a wait until they open the books if you will qualify to get in so this is what distinguished them from these other ethnic group.
"luciano" Discussed on Mafia
"Welcome back to mafia and in this audio boom original podcast series we explore america's criminal underworld to reveal the lives and careers of its greatest gangsters the series has been extensively researched and produced in consultation with experts authors and those who are actually there in today's episode fleet cooper examines who some historians consider to be the father of modern organized crime charles lucky luciano once in every generation comes along a dynamic criminal move genius mind lucky luciano is a quintessential america using his cut in an intelligence who rises to a position of fantastic power and wealth one man changed a home texture and landscape of crime in america there's no question that luciano invented the model mafia new york at the turn of the 20th century he was a city influx as immigrants from around the world flooded into town between 18 ninety and '19 '20 new york city's population grew by three million people journalist and historian douglas valentine that's a million people every ten years of it's at least a five thousand people a month which is an incredible amount of people pouring into a small little geographic area so new york city was song was just burstingattheseams in april nineteen oh six nine year old salvatori luke canea soon to be known as charles lucciano arrived with his family from sicily to settle in manhattan's lower eastside fit was solved a place where emigrants were were um choi into established themselves as.