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"mr. capone" Discussed on Historical Figures
"While Fred Birkat cat is fair share of mob ties. He never formally joined up with the Chicago outfit or any other gang for that matter. Burke was too much of a free agent for his possession of the guns to count. How does proof of Capone's involvement or lack thereof at the end of the day? The police never found any hard evidence linking capone to the crime. In fact there's there's evidence to suggest. The massacre was planned out and executed by one William White whose cousin had previously been killed in Moran Gang Shootout at the public didn't care air and neither did the federal government. As far as Herbert Hoover was concerned and according to the Chicago Crime Commission as of March nineteen. Thirty capone was now how public enemy number one following. The Saint. Valentine's Day massacre Chicago was determined to bring him down by any means necessary but almost immediately immediately Pennsylvania stole the thunder right out from under their nose in May of nineteen twenty nine. He was sentenced to a year in prison for carrying a gun with them on a trip to Philly he. He served nine months and was led out for good behavior in March of nineteen thirty. Of course this was a huge embarrassment to the Chicago. PD ALL OF CHICAGO. One to know why they never thought Oughta just arresting Al for carrying a gun but in the end it wasn't illegal firearms that did him in but something far more sinister. The internal Colonel Revenue Service. That's right it was tax evasion that brought the mighty scarface to his knees. Turns out even if you make all your money off of illegal brothels that cater to jen guzzling blackjack dealing gunrunners. You still owe Uncle Sam. You know what Carter. Let's back up a bit back in nineteen twenty seven. The Supreme Court Court had ruled that illegally earned income was nevertheless subject to income tax. That's what inspired the IRS. To focus on capone. They tapped frank. J. Wilson to investigate gene and Wilson honed in on the idea that all they had to do to prove capone's income was coax him into admitting it himself pretty shrewd if found their ultimate trump card. It in the form of capone's brother Ralf who was himself tried for tax evasion in nineteen thirty. He lost by the way this spooked Al pretty bad and he instructed his lawyer are to regularise his own tax position Asap and you know what the. Irs received in the mail later that year a letter from Capone's lawyers stating that capone was willing to pay back taxes on income of one hundred thousand dollars for the previous few years boom all that time the FBI and the Chicago PD had invested in sniffing out. Capone's underworld underworld connections. But in the end they're KHUDA. Grass was a gift freely given by scarface himself. New York Daily News. Tober Eighteenth Nineteen thirty thirty one reporting from Chicago. The fist of the federal law reached out tonight and clipped Alphonse scarface capone a belt on the Chin that left the king of gang dumb Broccoli facing a possible. We'll find a fifty thousand dollars and seven years in the penitentiary after deliberating. Eight hours and eighteen minutes a jury before Judge James Wilkinson found the crime overlord Lord guilty on five counts of tax evasion. Three of these carry the five year sentence for felonies. The other two one year each as misdemeanor a total of seventeen years fine on each conviction is ten thousand dollars. The Big Gangsta Grin when the verdict was read finding him guilty on five. The twenty three counts listed in the indictments but beneath the SMIRK. DOC was the power of a prize fighter was taken a roundhouse right on their whiskers November of nineteen thirty one capone was ultimately sentenced to to eleven years and fifty thousand dollars in fines plus court fees adding up to over thirty thousand dollars. He started out at Cook County jail before being transferred to federal prison as an in Atlanta and in both places. He made his notoriety work for him. He had unlimited access to the warden and regularly used the cash she somehow had stockpiled piled in the cell to tip guards who were willing to grant him special requests so in one thousand nine hundred thirty four the attorney general and the head of the federal prisons arranged changed capone to be transferred to a facility where he wouldn't be granted so much leeway gentlemen welcome to Alcatraz allow made a introduce myself. I am ward in James. Johnston and I'm here today to make sure your orientation runs smoothly one by one. I'll be calling you up to receive. Leave Your prison number and once you get your number this again. I've been through this whole rigmarole a few times by now. Don't worry I got this capone. Alphonse thank you James I'm GonNa call you Jimmy if you don't mind now I've been talking with the guys and it seems a few of them are concerned about the temperatures. I was hoping when we discuss heating especially in the fact that winter's here I mean it's not Chicago but a winter on the Water Jim. I'm sure you can imagine Mr Capone. Your inmate mate number is eight five. You may step back in line. I Yes sir. Oh an AL warden. Johnston will do quite nicely. Alcatraz was no Cook County jail from the second. Al Capone arrived their warden. Johnston saw to it that he would not receive any special rights or privileges whatsoever. Capone held out but eventually he admitted it looks like Alcatraz has got me licked. But that wasn't the only only thing eating Al Capone remember that syphilis contracted back in his early Chicago days when he was working as a brothel. Bouncer turns out in all those years. He never bothered to seek treatment on during capone's time in prison. It seemed like the disease was finally catching up to him. Wallet Alcatraz he started exhibiting advanced symptoms among them dementia in Paris. Doctors decided to try treating him with malaria injections figuring the malaria would wipe out the syphilis but instead the treatment nearly we killed him outright. You know if I had to guess at a cure for syphilis induced malaria probably not have been my first choice probably not even my tents by the time capone was released east from prison in late. Nineteen thirty nine. He was a shell of the man. He had once been immediately after his release. He spent several months at a Baltimore hospital receiving treatment for syphilis and in the following years he was one of the first patients to receive penicillin as a treatment for the disease. But after all this time the damage had already been done when capone was examined in nineteen forty six by his physician and a Baltimore Psychiatrists. Both doctors concluded that Al at that point had the the mentality of a twelve year. Old Child Capone lived out his final years on Palm Island in Florida with his wife and family before dying of of a stroke on January twenty fifth nineteen forty seven and he was forty eight years old in less than half a century. Capone completely redefined organized denies crime and cemented the image of the mobster in popular culture forever not to mention that between his soup kitchens and his frequent acts of charity for the neediest members. Brazil community he practically invented public service and Capone's downfall may have been undignified but that isn't part of his story. That endures in the public memory. Bring to Americans he remains larger than life scarface public enemy number one. Chicago's very own Robin Hood..
"mr. capone" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Capone excelled at using violence and bribery. To get what he wanted across the board will not just in business but in politics as well back when Toria was still in charge he and capone had used every dirty trick. They knew to take over the town council of Cicero Illinois which was a suburb outside of Chicago. After the purportedly incorruptible Democrat William e Denver was elected mayor of Chicago in Nineteen twenty-three. The outfit moved most of their operations to CICERO. Both to remove themselves from their gang-land rivals. More on that later and to regroup in an environment armant where they faced less political pressure but establishing the Chicago outfit's base of power in Cicero came at a terrible cost for the capone clan. Please don't hurt me hurt you my good man. I'm out here trying to protect you. All I WANNA do is make sure you vote in your best interest but how do you you know what my best interest. Let me put it this way. What's your name son Paul? My Name is Paul Nice. Nice to meet you Paul and you live right here in Cicero. Don't you. Well sure I do just around the corner well then your best interests or whatever. My brother wants Mr Capone. You can call me now. Who the hell is that? After Denver where was elected mayor of Chicago Capone got to work outfitting cicero with the usual array of speakeasies brothels and gambling dens which men getting city manager Joseph Joseph Z Klina on their payroll in nineteen twenty four rolled around. AL decided. It was time to make sure Clinton became mayor of CICERO. Trouble is local. Democratic politicians didn't want to let the race go without a fight list didn't sit too well with Ou- so he tasked his older brother Frank who was by now a trusted and high ranking member of his brothers criminal operations with keeping order and frank relish. The assignment on the day of the primary election in April of nineteen twenty four frank. Thanks sent a wave of terror washing over the voting age population of CICERO. He led an assault on a rival candidates campaign office ultimately having nine campaign pain workers detained more like kidnapped until voting had ended as far as the voters themselves were concerned. Frank sent gang members with machine guns to polling places says across CICERO in order to make sure everyone voted right. Well now that was thoughtful of him of course all this chaos and intimidation outraged the citizens of CICERO and by late afternoon the Chicago PD sent about seventy plainclothes officers to Cicero to help. Maintain order around dusk. One One Sergeant William Cusak was patrolling the city when they spotted frank and a few of his flunkies at polling station on Cicero Avenue. Twenty Second Street Cusak and his squad squad pulled up at the polling station and started walking over when the police swear frank shot I but I- witnesses claimed the gangsters never even opened fire fire either way frank capone was fatally shot in the showdown at the end of the day. Though it didn't make a difference out capone's candidate. Joseph Z. Clinton was elected mayor of CICERO and from that point onward Cicero was effectively known as the capital of capone land which isn't to say that capone had given up on Chicago. Oh in fact. It was largely because of capone support that the Republican candidate William Hale Thompson beat out diverse bid for reelection in nineteen twenty seven no personal vendetta whatsoever on Capone's part I'm sure in fairness Tomson went over a lot of people by promising to reopen illegal saloons. Across the city capone may have been the top guy profiting from bootlegging but he was rich for a reason. Chicago wanted booze. And lots of it as Al.. Like to say when I sell liquor. It's cold bootlegging when my patrons serving on Lake shore drive it's called Hospitality Thompson won the nineteen twenty seven mayoral election and Capone Cohn continued to support him on the day of one primary election in April nineteen twenty eight capone's in-house bomber James Belcastro even targeted voting booth scenarios where Thompson's opponents were expected to win that day became known as the pineapple primary unfortunately not in honor of wine pizza or pineapple upside down on cake. Thanks for making me hungry Carter. No in the nineteen twenties. Pineapple was actually a slang term for a hand grenade and still ordering online pizza tonight but as brutal Ertl is that day was the bombings resulted in the deaths of at least fifteen people it paled in comparison to the nineteen twenty nine saint. Valentine's Day massacre in many ways as the massacre was seen as the apex of Capone's criminal career. But the truth is we're not even sure if he was involved in fact most people don't even know exactly exactly what happened that day in a word. The Saint Valentine's Day massacre was brutal. Mass shooting in which a car full of men dressed up like cops drove up to a garage is operated by Capone's biggest gangland rivals and slaughtered. All eight of the men inside Eh. Great the first. We was having such a nice morning to all right boys up against the wall. A lot of you and don't look behind you. What are you doing now? We gotTA GET OUTTA here. Come on boys let's move. Oh my God frank come on to know me bring. Yes your search leftist. I won't talk talk. Come on frank you gotTa let me help Luzenberger. I know we had our differences. You and me but right now I'm on on your side for once big guy I promise you just got to trust me right now. Okay cops did it. You're telling when meat okay. Fine how many frank I mean what did they look like. Do you remember the car they were driving for. God's Sakes love to get me to a hospital will return to our story in just a moment now back to the life of Al Capone. You know the funny. The thing about the saint. Valentine's Day massacre is that everybody thinks of it as the apex of capone's reign of violence in Chicago but the truth of the matter is nobody could ever confirm capone even had anything to do with it. Here's what we know on the morning of February Fourteenth Nineteen twenty nine a big black cadillac rolled up to garage on Clark Street tone by the gangster. Bugs Moran on there are seven guys inside the garage. Five of Miranda's gangsters their faithful but relatively clean knows mechanic and an optometrist. Named Reinhardt Schwimmer. Now Schwimmer wasn't a tough guy in any way he just liked to hang around the Moran Gang so he could brag about his connection to the criminal underworld. He picked a bad day to be a brown. noser that's for sure so this cadillac rolls up to the garage and four or five men get out of the car. According to the I witnesses the driver wore a fancy for top coat and grey Fidora to others were wearing police uniforms. This wasn't a routine cop. Stop these men were packing. Heat specifically to submachine guns and a twelve gauge shotgun. The visitors forced all seven men in the garage against the wall and opened fire. The killers piled back into the Cadillac and sped out of the neighborhood. Six of the men in the garage died then in there. The last guy local goon named Frank. Gutenberg was still alive by the time Sergeant Thomas J Loftus arrived on the scene. Despite being shot fourteen times goosen. Berg was able to hang on long enough to Croak Croak out and accusation cops cops did he died on route to the hospital as soon as the press. Found out what happened. News of the massacre went national Shnell. And the first name on everybody's lips was Al scarface capone now. That was a pretty reasonable conclusion. Out led the biggest crime syndicate in Chicago after after all and the victims of the massacre worked for Bugs Moran. Who was bugs Moran you ask Oh just the leader of the north side gang in case you've forgotten it was the north side gang that tried to put a hit on capone's old mentor Johnny? Torio after their leader Dino Banyan was murdered in his own flower shop rumor has it capone engineered the massacre as a way of snuffing out. Miran once and for all. And there's a decent amount of circumstantial evidence to support this conclusion for one thing. Some of Capone's guys has had rented an apartment across the street from the garage on Clark Street where the massacre occurred but the details. Get money pretty quickly for starters in December of nineteen. twenty-nine police searched the home of bank robber named Fred Killer Burke in connection with a different case and found a huge arsenal of guns in his possession including putting the guns that were used in the saint. Valentine's Day massacre but it's hard to say whether that counts as evidence for capone or against him exactly.
"mr. capone" Discussed on Historical Figures
"A high ranking. Soft touch not when there was so much money to be made so Torio invited Frankie Yale to Chicago on May Eleventh Nineteen Twenty. Frankie Yale killed. Big Jim Colosimo with rumored help from capone and and after that Johnny Torio inherited big Jim's illicit empire that was when the bootlegging began when capone goes to Chicago ahead of his family. To`real you put him to work as a bouncer in a brothel where he soon contracted syphilis. Oh poor wife. She stood by him though to the very end to the end is right. Capone wouldn't find out he had syphilis until decades later at which point it was too late to reverse the damage already done by the disease. But we'll get back to that later. We'll return to our story in just a moment now. Back to the life of Al Capone mm-hmm when capone got to Chicago. It didn't take long for Torio to recognize how valuable capone could prove to be between Capone Street smarts and the bookkeeping the skills he picked up in Baltimore. His arrival in Chicago offered an opportunity for Toyota. Really take things to the next level. Problem is Toro kind of invented. The term arm low profile and capone couldn't define subtle. If you gave them a dictionary he developed a reputation pretty quickly for drinking and mischief-making at what point point even drunk driving right into a parked taxi. Toria pulled some strings at City Hall to get capone off the hook but he knew he had to do something to get capone to simmer simmer down so he sent for Capone's family to join him in Chicago. Oh he called the wife low blow maybe but it worked once his wife and kids arrived arrived. Capone cleaned up his act at least temporarily and soon Torio was rapidly expanding his reach across Chicago as the new leader of the Chicago outfit with components his right hand man before long. The Chicago outfit was the biggest organized crime syndicate in the city. But that doesn't mean they didn't have competition. The outfit was allied with Jenna. Brothers whose number one rivals were Dino Banyans north side Gang Torio was wary at the prospect of an all out gang war so under his direction the outfit and the north side gang formed a fragile alliance until Oh Banyan Cheated Torio out of half a million bucks bucks and got him sent to prison. Yikes now tell me about it later. That year in the fall of one thousand nine hundred twenty four o'bannon was murdered in his flower shop. Nope wait you're telling me this hardened murderous Chicago gangster spent his days running a flower shop. Apparently the guy had a real knack for floral arrangements. In any event abandons death led to the very gang war Torio had been trying to avoid and on January twenty fourth nineteen twenty five the north siders ordered a hit. ontorio Torio Johnny. You can't just quit on me. You got not so much delivering. No kidding I got so much to live for Al enough for the dramatics already going to Italy not dying but Johny think of what we could do to Chicago. Think of what the outfit could become A. Oh It's all yours how me I'm quick. Put Europe for me by some miracle. Torio survived the assassination attempt. But by the time he recovered he was sick of Chicago. And and so at the end of nineteen twenty five. Johnny Torio resigned from organized crime and moved his family to Italy. Leaving Al Capone Age Twenty six in charge of the Chicago outfit mob boss at Twenty six years old. Wow now I feel like a real under achiever. Capone took to his new role like a duck to water almost as if you'd just been waiting for Toyota hand him the reins he liked nice. Things system suits gourmet food. The finest cigars money could buy and even more than that. He liked being a public figure. He went to City Hall pretty much every day. Wasn't he worried they were going to arrest him. Everyone knew he was a crime boss. Yeah but on what grounds the Chicago outfit. Put the organized in organized crime. There wasn't anything to arrest him for not without proof many way exactly for one thing. The Chicago outfit had moved their base of operations to the nearby suburb of CICERO. Back in one thousand nine hundred thousand three. We'll circle back to that later. The point is with the bulk oke of their criminal dealings technically taking place outside the jurisdiction of the Chicago. PD there really wasn't much the police could do. And even if they had hard evidence it wouldn't exactly exactly have been a picnic pending any of it on capone as the top brass of the Chicago. Outfit he followed the same criminal philosophy as his old mentor. Frankie Yale they never get your hands too messy and if you need any heads cracked or kneecaps busted make sure you hire somebody else to do. The dirty work anyway. At that time arresting capone wasn't exactly GonNa win anyone over. Let's face it. The man knew how to work the crowd right. Yup One of the nation's first soup kitchens paid for strangers injures surgeries and gave jobs to the poor and needy in his community. Never mind that a lot of these jobs involved doing dirty work for the Chicago outfit. Which means they were technically? Technically illegal. Carter you gotTa make a living somehow. Within the world of organized crime capone's claim to fame was a little more sinister under his direction direction. The Chicago outfit expanded into a criminal. Enterprise that was raking in as much as one hundred million dollars a year and remember. This was nineteen twenties money. But that bump in revenue wasn't all power lunching and Boozy schmoozing. Al Capone's rain is Chicago's leading crime. Boss brought an unfor told the increase in violence throughout the city. Let's put it this way. If Capone wanted your establishment to buy liquor from him you refused him at your own peril. I'm telling you the best deals in town boozing that bad either and I'm telling you Mr Capone we don't run that kind of establishment. Here you sure about that. I'm afraid we must decline your. It's a very generous offer. Mr Capone we we just you know it's it's not for us you know. They say they took down a business proposition from AL capone is bad for your health. I'm I'm sorry sir. Oh well Joe Loss.
"mr. capone" Discussed on Haunted Places
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Sure it might be a tipsy campaign aide getting ready to catch a few hours of shut eye before her fight but there was a time when even wise guy shoes had heels. It might be your only opportunity to meet a real live mobster. Well formerly alive if the eighteen ninety three world's fair was Chicago's first Golden Age. The prohibition era was it silver the FBI ward with notorious gangster Al Capone while bootleggers and mafiosos made money hand over fist. Several members of Al Capone's Organization stayed at the Congress Plaza Hotel and even claim that they held a man there for several days be apparition of a mysterious man in a Dapper nineteen twenty s era suit has been seen in both the former club and the hotel hallways but before capone was jailed for tax evasion in nineteen one thousand nine hundred eighty one. The iconic mobster was known for its charity work. He was cheered at Wrigley Field and was close with the city's Mayor William Hale Thompson and the Chicago Police Force then. Capone ordered the assassination of seven of his Irish American rivals on February fourteenth. Nineteen twenty nine. The men were mowed down by machine guns in Chicago Center. Aside and the media was particularly shocked by the reports that the gunman had masqueraded Oscar rated as police officers in order to lead the scene. The pressure was on capone's connections. Couldn't save him. The authorities would be forced to get creative with your accusations to this day. The so called Saint Valentine's Day massacre remains unsolved. This is partially the result of the ring of contradictions between different mobsters and hit men as they turned state's witness or claimed responsibility for the slayings only to recant can't but as with any mafia hit there was some cleanup involved and no one's better at cleanup that a hotel maid. Uh Tony Tiny Alasi was a festivus cleaner whether it was Gore or rumor be knew how to scrub and bribe with the best of them. This made him very popular with the Chicago outfit and he was very grateful for the patronage of a man is noble and loyal as Al Capone. He operated out of Congress Plaza taking business meetings in the hotels gold room before heading to the north scientists scour back alley Mr Capone he never calling scarface. The boss hated. That didn't want to tip off the Irish before things were in place. Valentine's Day had gone down without a hitch in theory theory. But the Hitman who Tony had never liked to flashy ninety bullets was eighty. Three too many for the events. Seven-man Man Body Count Tony's plan of getting them in and out with the perfect cover story had fallen to pieces when they squandered his beautiful borrowed police soon forums on a high caliber spray and pray approach that appeared to a browse the whole north side. What's worse they hadn't even killed their intended ended target but north side gang leader? Bugs Moran Tony had to scramble to get cops loyal to the boss to do the cleaning for him and they quickly assembled ambled list of witnesses who had spoken to the police. It was ridiculous really even the sole survivor of the initial attack. One of Miranda's enforcers knew knew how to keep his mouth shut. When the boys in blue asked him for the names of his killers he told them no one shot me and died like a good little soldier? Most of the witnesses grasped the need for silence quickly enough but one was getting them particular trouble trip. Samuels was about as dapper and as useless as its name suggested and the Waspy Dandy had walked by twenty one twenty two north Clark Street at exactly the wrong time he had helpfully told the police he had an eye for faces and he'd pretty effectively described the Hitman. Tony like the least I in the outfit but Tony had to put his personal feelings. Aside putting any member of the organization out to dry meant risk to everyone and Tony could never abide risk so he had his people but good subtle disciplined people begin. Conversation with Mr Samuels Samuels. Samuels was more stubborn that he'd expected Tony had hoped it would only take an hour to to convince them of the gravity.
"mr. capone" Discussed on No Jumper
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"mr. capone" Discussed on No Jumper
"So they liked the culture out there into the low riders people from Japan that I guess back in the day used to live in LA too. So they bring the culture there low riders homeys Baldy. So I mean, you look at these guys in Japan, shade locks on they look like just essays more like trapped out LA type dudes do actually here I was in Japan, and they point over and there's too low riders thump thumping up one of one of the Japanese guys goes is just like in Los Angeles. Right. And I'm kind of. More than. Really? Even explain, but I'm gonna realize in LA like dudes bring those out to go to a car show to me. Like dudes have Honda civics. They're not having around pilots like that every day. Like they drive that. That's a daily thing everyday. They drive. They had a dry one one of the show. We did it was like three hour drive, and they told her let's go and all these low riders picked us up. We drive in three hours in law Ratu from like my head. I'm like, you know, I like low rise three hours. That's insane. Right there to holy shit. That's larry. So I mean, I guess you know, they like, the culture and the Emmys real still there big there's a city soccer that's called low rider city in that city where they're just like the shops that have low riders. It was just tripped on what's people think that Floyd is this like crazy asshole? What's your what's your perspective on now? He's cool, man. I mean, you gotta understand the guy's worth a lot of money made a lot of money. He's probably sees a lot haters like I I see haters, and it kinda gets you kinda mad. You know what I'm saying? So I'm measuring housi- he take it when he's got a lot of haters. You know what I'm saying? So he just got to be he just like all you wanna hate the show you what I'm doing like. So he's he's battling competition against the haters. When the average person might think like all he's he's disrespecting me trying to show off. But he's Playa has that pride that these haters saying shits also under. Stand where he's coming from you know, respect what he's doing. And you know, he could be as Albouy you want people going to hit you regardless. So he just has the fighting back mentality. Like, okay. You know, what you want? You wanna talk shit my briefcase. Look my watches shut up and I'm saying as lifestyle. So I gotta respect it. You know what I'm saying? When you got that much money. Feels like you must have think feel silly. When people are talking shit to you. Because it's like, you know, like what the fuck do. I care you gotta say I mean, he he grew up as a fire. You know, he grew up as people talking shared and he won like that heating, rob. Like mister nice guy took it to the boxing. He was nice. He was always the street guy. So he's always going to have the elements. So when people hate him on this day, he's gonna come back with history attitude, but might not be talking shit. But it might be like me show. You what I'm doing my watches? That's the way he I guess, you know, he teaches own respect. What are you doing? Yeah. What keeps you motivated keeps you going at this point your life keeps me going just? Trying to get the. I guess you could say. I don't know man to spreading the worldwide. I'm saying, we'll take it pudding. At one time. I was hitting billboard charts. So it's a new era. So I'm like, okay, I need to do it. Now, when I know what's going on with music nine or the business nine or at all I did was plying like all your on the Bill charge me. I'm like the folks the billboard. And all that I didn't really take that as a trophy now like nine or what it is..
"mr. capone" Discussed on No Jumper
"And I knew Brandon reels. I know a lot of Andy Andy some Andy out there in Chinese far he flew me down there. So of done amount of stuff with a lot of boxers that still today a lot of them that are world champions and Abner modest. I mean, we just connected for me. Whether you know, just a lot of these champions that they would just somehow we just been in the scene. So they see me a lot of them are actually fans of the music, Hispanic, boxers. And they all know my music, and that's been bumping, and we just been cooling. What do you actually do when you're in Japan Floyd Floyd may he's spending money? So so honestly, I'm just hanging. Watching him spend money, you know. So I'm not I'm not trying to buy what he's trying to buy. So but skyscrapers. So other than that just chilling with him, you know, eating backstage when he's getting things wrapped talking stuff. Like, they're nothing. Crazy. I'm gonna do go out there with how many people it was actually about good fifteen people though, he's with fifteen is. I was thinking might be one hundred people out here. That's what I'm saying. Here is probably way more thicker, but it was a panel. It was on New Year's Eve two. So, you know, obviously, news eve some people couldn't go to Japan. Maybe whatever was and he made the announcement like three or four days that I'm going to Japan, even though the files was already booked, but he didn't promote it. So it was a last minute thing we're going to pan. Let's go. And as I got my show their sources perfect. You know, you hooked up shows while you're already doing a show setup. And then I talked to security and he's like, yeah, we're going to be there. So I was like are you sure you coming into them? A book my flight back. I wanna be back in LA for New Year's Eve, you know, but he's like other chino and the couple of days before he's like, boomer staying that. We're we're going to be there for New Year's Eve off. Okay. I'm going to stay here for New Year's Eve two. Right. So you didn't have like got like a girl. That's like no, you're going to be on for New Year's Eve. I mean, I got grill. But you know, I just keep this all, you know, I'm good, you know, because on New Year's Eve, my girls like, oh, I wanna go to Miami with my friends, and I'm thinking like well, because I'm going I can't go because if I don't go, then I'm not like no matter what he's always been the hardest for me have fun because I'm always like news eve, I'm gonna get loose as always a girl there. That's like knob. But this was I'm in Japan Radi. Set of come in early like flies. They're gotta do some stuff. So it worked out, you know, there was like being in Japan for you. I've been there a couple of times we like it actually like it has some good science Japan. So I've done a lot of tours out there..
"mr. capone" Discussed on No Jumper
"An intimidating guy. I met him. He's got such a serious about. I can't imagine you to meeting would be like NAMI with me, man. He's he's just nothing but respecting hobble, and he's to me actually, most humblest guy I've ever met. You know what I'm saying? It's been he just nothing, but respect humble, I can't say a lot of artists. And there's a lot of good artists out there. But Kevin gates by far he's been like the most likes like he's like, I got you anything you need. I kind of back away from him. Because he's giving me anything. I need like platform. Like, you need anything. I'm more. I'm gonna take you there. But I'm kinda guy like I wanna learn on my own. So I don't ask him too much. But he gives gives me enough to like damn, okay. That's how it works. This is somebody from Alantic. This is somebody from here. What you need. I got you. But I just know are cool. But in my head of my he's willing to take me to the top. Yeah. But I just I wanna learn my way, but these one of the guys that opened most other artists just. Just like you say business, we do music cool couple of drinks. And we move onto our lives. You know what I'm saying? He's like you need anything hit me up. You know, he's been real humble with me. So what I know about him. And then I've done stuff with a French and working with him over talking to Zach his brother trying to talk about a Kobo situation with me. They put me on a record with Chris Brown. I'm just waiting on them to put the video together. Like, we don't we want to put this project together and get something going Kobo the bottle and make something happen. We'll just let me know. So there's a lot of things I've been doing. I got other record a lot of big people. But you know, that's the plan for two thousand nineteen to really get into game off. And being what you are here. You know, you one of the leading of the new movement too. So it's a blessing. You know, appreciate I'm just trying to connect the dots. You know, as I say shit load of people that when they were interviewing you're like. Holy fuck. That's crazy came in imagine that this gets. No, no, definitely. So is music like the primary thing that you're doing for my business respective. I feel like you have anything going on on the side like different hustles that you have going on in terms of businesses. Not really manages music, man. I just think this music. I mean, I should be more into the music, but I'm trying to get more into it. But it's just music. That's all I do. I mean, I've been just happy with music. I mean, I just got back from Japan with Floyd Mayweather. So obviously involved in boxing, a lot to what were you doing other? Explain that may whether I know may whether I know a lot of people in boxing, and he filed in Japan, and I had a show of their soul. The where he'd beat the fuck out of this random as to. Okay. Were there for that solves over there? I'll backstage with Floyd walked even on stage just chilling with him live and his last, you know, he's after shopping every day, his bodyguards my boys, and they just show cater to me Show Low. So, you know, I'm really into the boxing lot too. And a lot of boxers champions just solve some of them. We took photos of this further social media. So you always been into the box. Thing where that come from. Yeah. I mean, I guess boxing's part of the streets soil boxing. That's why like, but I mean from the first time, I mess with boxers UK boxer MIR Khan ideas ring engine saw when he fought Pereira one he fought Judah. I mean, he's he's been in slot big world-class fights..
"mr. capone" Discussed on No Jumper
"Talk about the gang shows that you're running around with a bunch of Mexican do's and everything, but you're not actually makes on bloodlines Mongolian bloodline Genghis Khan from the from the K PK area, which is between the tribal zones of Afghanistan, Pakistan. So I came here as a young kid, and, you know, obviously over there was like a lot of wars going on over there soul mates thing with the Pushtoons is people don't know what it is. But it's a lot of tribal wars that were going on over there. So it's basically gangs con from the KP Pakistan of gas and tribal areas owns which today, I guess wars going on over there that still is still like that for many centuries. You know, it's just Larry how in America. It's like, oh, you kind of look Mexican are you Mexican he's like fit into. Simple groups like in America. They don't really have room for like, you know, really complicated understandings of different nationality. I mean, southern California man's melting pot. Like, obviously, I grew up with. Talk with burritos. I grew up with may skins. I look Mexican. I mean, people would ask me school. There were basically treat me be going live staying doi- costume, THEO the article, you know, this is just common thing. That's all that was our city where we came from was Playa ninety five percent, Hispanic. So just we were like one of them. Like, it doesn't matter where you from. It was all respect all love and people from all kinds of ethnicities that later that I found out that not even know damn why didn't even know you were that. But it was just LA thing, you know, growing up in the nineties everybody had that ball head locks on you could be Salvador, and you can be South American Armenians, Asians were tattered up all headed to locks on me. It was the nineties thing that you ever feel that you were being judged by the nice skins, I go, he's not a real my skin. Never if anything got nothing, but love and respect and everybody was like show me love, and they're like man you were down there. When was just like man, you crazy down like, you would just I'll get compliments. Oh, we get nothing, but respect and love and in. That's why Kip rolling because it was all family. We're all one saying there was no like no one testing no-one acting dumb because they knew what I was down for whatever back in the days, and even in the music when I first came in it was all positive, and, you know, but then as time goes by you get haters and people who don't know us up who never lived in LA or just people for their own reasons. Wanna hate that just became common? You know jealousy. And I'm saying for sure so how long was this one bid that you did the longest one I did county. Liz couple county. Liz, I've been in San Dino county LA county different times. So as a teenager to maybe twenty four twenty early twenties, I was in and out of every county jail app. San Diego riverside, even LA everywhere. Always violent crimes said. Yeah. I mean, that's where it was this fight and stuff like that. It was never I was never a drug seller drug user. It was basically fights and stuff like that. They were pop up. You know what I'm saying? It could be from assault assault with deadly weapon. Just all that stuff as a teenager. You know, what what was your mentality at that point in your life? Because like now conversation with you, and you seem very focused very on top of your shit. Like, you know, what you want out of life? It's kind of almost hard for me to imagine you as a eighteen year old hot. There was just running around. And it's shit all the time. I mean moments -ality, I mean, I just took take the Metalli into the music. Now, you know what I'm saying? So all my energy and focus that I do take really to the music. So I look at it. Like, I'm the one of the innovators for the homeys that blew up our kind of music like I was I was on radio power won't kiss him. I'm not signed to major label. I never was nothing. Like, no money was behind me..
"mr. capone" Discussed on No Jumper
"In aero is. It was nothing about like yours joining us do this. And you know, some of it was fun were hang with the homeys, and it was some commod ary and pride kind of thing. But it was never like, hey, we're out here to do damage where out here to destroy society. It was more of like a friend things. And then, you know, one of your friends get beat up, and it's like, okay. You know, it just it just turned into a cycle. It's whenever you look at like the cycle of how gangs are formed or whatever. It's always kind of starts off as just like a bunch of friends, and then it always ends up as a massive criminal organization. Yeah. You know, some people take it to next level. And you know, you just, you know, people get locked up and fortunate lucky for me, I never did. Crazy ten years crazy time where people who end up getting those kind of times, you know, it turns into lifestyle like turns into a business for me, you know, getting in trouble in the now, you know, being in the neighborhood and rap music came. And I say save me to keep my focus on my hardcore years that could have been hardcore years term into hip hop music. And from there all that energy was put into hip hop music. And I would say rap saved me from going to that Pat say, so when when did what were you doing prior to wrap by saving you per se? You like started like the hood where you're from basically. Yeah. I mean, I grew up in my neighborhood over there. Just you know, everyday thing hang with the home. He's doing this. And that would go to parties good those are the benefits of the hula you go party. And then they used to put the DJ's put some music on. And then one day the homeless. Hey, you wrap once you going bus the flow. So, you know, I just free stabbed him thing. People were pressed girls homeys damn you're good. You could be something baba next. You know, fight breaks out, you know, the party's over shootings going on you know, ninety stuff. But then when I last time I got basically locked up. You know, you start realizing what are you gonna do when you get out? Like ain't nobody trying to give you a job in there. Just the way look already planned like, oh, you know, good. You know what I'm saying? So when rap came into seen Dallas like that was a call like, you know, what I'm going to focus on this. And I'm gonna be so dedicated that I'm gonna either door die. I'm gonna make it in this sheet or just call it quits as back to the streets. And I when we got blessed I kept winning now, then I never stopped since then everybody assumes that you're Mexican. And when you.
"mr. capone" Discussed on No Jumper
"Coolest podcasts in the world. And we're back with another interview. Mr. Kabbani, how you doing here chilling villain, homey. Very nice to meet you, man. I've been a fan of seeing on TV and music videos and everything like that since I was a kid. So. Hey, appreciate mail the love. Yeah. Man. No doubt. So tell me a little bit about your upbringing, everything sangria Bill valley, saying give eilly is the east side of LA. Colorado's right there. Screw up in the neighborhood. They might being stretching all this LA culture nineties. You know, how was and just from their in and out of trouble. Eventually rap grab was always big in the west coast, the NWEA days, you know, what I'm saying. So so what was your perspective on rap as a kid though? Is that just like the theme song to your your childhood was just what was around you. I mean pretty much. It was I mean when you hit when I really got into Rapp was like when I heard it anyway, because there's talking about situations that were living in, you know, when the police brutality talking about all the, you know, the streets stuff that was really of hip hop. I mean, I was always listening to hip hop. But it really got deep when when NWEA and all them start kicking up dust and really talking. TJ quick. And it just kept moving from there. You know? Yeah. I mean, do you feel like NWEA was the first time that like St. LA culture was like really being projected through wrap up until before that it was sort of more like just wrap was like fun music with a member before I used to listen beastie, boys. There was even fat the fab, OI, there's all this different run DMC. So I was always into hip-hop. But when NWEA came in on thinking that was basically the first start off when it just like, oh damn he's talking about. Now, something that I relate to and it really got me into music heavy by really paying attention watching it like pry watching it over and over listen to over over again really got into because it was something that we're living in our culture lifestyle. And it was something that you see out the window. They're projecting. You know, as crazy to think that that is when the government got really upset about rap music for the first time because when it was just hip hop. It was whatever they ignore it. Then as soon as I started saying. Fuck the police is actually kind of hard for people. I think to even wrap their head around how offensive that was considered at the time. Right. Yeah. I mean, it was. You know, where we're getting harassed by police a lot, you know, in the neighbor, you know, walking down the block just cost pull you over every time as she questions. Take off shore tattoo do a profile on you walk them. Maybe just another block down and another cop pulls you over. So when they say stuff like that, you know, it was kind of relatable we're getting harassed every day. Even if we're just trying to go to the store, so it kind of really was like battalion harassment, and it really felt like real one would end kind of flipped and turn it around and start this. And the whole neighborhood was getting pumped up, you know. Yeah. Definitely. But so what was your perspective on gang? Banging at that time in your life. Though, our perspective look at I looked at it like, it was just part of the society. Like, I didn't really understand that. There was other societies in different kind of people live in different ways. I thought it was just basically this how it is. Like, you're from this city get you gotta watch out going to that block. Or, you know, don't go slow. Dip in don't go walk into the store loan. Some somebody could be said enough traps. You know, it was it was a cat and mouse game he was like street. So it was something that you just had to live with by going up in that kind of time..
"mr. capone" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Course, a lot of us learned all about this or as we are learning tonight. Maybe we learned some about this, but not necessarily all as we're talking to people who have dealt with this rather seriously. Brad Schwartz and max, Allan Collins who have written Scarface and the untouchable Alkap own Eliot Ness, the battle for Chicago by published by William Mora, one eight six six five O JIMBO is we go to doc in Wilmington, Delaware. Good evening, doc. Glad to have you aboard. Thanks for taking my call. This is a fascinating fascinating subject. I ask you this book right away right bookstore. I had to wildly divergent if you allow me for authors as a member of a very charity in this country. It was set on a documentary years ago on this Charlotte, I recorded on my television that the freemasons or Chicago or just Ronald Reagan, Mr. Capone. Shortfalls? Secondly, your guests talking their book about these successors to Capone, I'm Manley. The so-called outfit and the mob and how they were used. They were they were they were essentially. Trey visits for political socio in Chicago cover cover four their criminal means. Yes, sir. I'd say they can attack lows. All right. I was not aware that the freemasons played any particular role in this at all. But you tell me gentlemen, well, probably indirectly in that the business community would have been made up of many freemasons, and who who joined together to as Brad mentioned to try to take Capone down. The reason was not as altruistic as you might think. Because Capone was a terrible public relations disaster for the city. He he was a gangster who who have publicity who wanted to be liked while meanwhile, the the people like Frank nitty who's actually named Frank Nitto and others on on mob. They went down to more traditional business role in that that kind of fit in with what the gentleman earlier asked about the the business aspect of this the the the parallel and even the the event the eventual emerging into legitimate legitimate business, and I think to to touch on on the other question giancana mob, for example, all all of those people pretty much grew out of the Capone mob. You have people you have people growing up. They they started his drivers or their enforcers or they're going around picking up money and collecting and a lot of these people are are sucks as young young, man. And then they grow into you know, they grow into positions of power. It was pretty insulated. Even though Capone was well known for not being ethnically pure. He let you know, he he had all kinds of ethnic backgrounds, and the people that that he assembled, but the people that he trusted him that he assembled with him. They they tended to stay close and the successors and others. We we talk the book basically ends in nineteen thirty-three with with the end of prohibition. But even that we get into the transfer of power between between Capone to Frank Nitto, or as, you know, Frank Nydia more commonly known, and then there's sort of an epilogue final chapter that looks more broadly at the effect that the battle between Nessin Capone both in reality, and sort of the myth the impact that has had and continues to have on the city of Chicago. And and it's politics and the interplay between crime and government and media and all sorts of those things without prohibition would Capone of even existed as a mobster he would have been a low level criminal who never rose much beyond where he started in life in the in the slums of Brooklyn, probably, you know. He's he is the protege of a fellow named John Toro who was really the first corporate minded gangster. Someone who realized that this could be a business, and when prohibition comes in and creates this whole new market that is patronized by legitimate people not people who consider themselves outside the realm of the law. He capitalizes on it and sort of paves the way for for Capone to do. So and once tornadoes out Capone steps in and it's this influx of money and attention, frankly, again, as my coauthor said Capone court celebrity that makes him into the icon that he becomes and certainly we would never be talking about him in the twenty first century if it hadn't been for prohibition in terms of the sheer power of the Capone mob. Is there any comparison? Let's say with the power wielded today in northern Mexico by the drug cartels. Certainly the same the same kind of thing. Particularly if you you look at the way. So-called legitimate government can be be in league with these with these kinds of groups. It was. Really pretty much felt like Capone ran the city for a long time. And I think that probably was an oversimplification again, he becomes such a public relations problem for the city that that the, you know, the people around him are privately. Collaborating with with federal agents to get rid of him. Because the the idea was we have to it's early in the depression. And he's a he's a bad. You know, he's a bad black guy for the federal government in general. That's why why Hoover himself, and I'm not talking about J. Edgar Hoover, president Hoover took a major interest in in taking you know, taking Capone down. Because at this time Capone is feeding all of this popular culture things like, you know, all of the Warner Brothers movies like little Caesar and Scarface and public enemy, and he is in nineteen thirty one. He is the first villain in dick, Tracy. Famous comic strip and also dick Tracy is. I myself found out from Chester Gould, creator of the strip that that Tracy was based on this. So you have component Nath going into popular culture. And and from them Waddams the prototypical gangster almost every major gangster. That's followed to some degree as when based on Capone and every every detective who had a snap brim for Dora and a trench coat and was honored even dishonest were were patterned after after after news, we're gonna take a quick break. Come back with some more of your calls and more information about Scarface, the untouchable and the things we never knew back in a moment. Breaking.
"mr. capone" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Does that mean that if there were any financial problems in the history of the Trump organization, which may not be fair for the to pursue on a current president? I think that's a debatable question, but if there were problems if there was money laundering, if there was misstatements to thorns, do you think he would cough that up accurately to the grand jury? I doubt that that occurred, but he would know everything and no one is closer to Donald. Then our and Weiss will burn. He's he's more. And top of things than anybody in the entire organization because he's a decent guy who does the right thing, and I found him to be so in the twenty years that I was there, and it would surprise me that he was involved in covering up for money laundering hand to Jay. What do you think is relationship is with Michael Cohen at this point? Do you think that he has a positive relationship with Cohen or that they are now and some kind of dispute or at odds? No, they they're in a negative position and so is the government hostile to cone as the government doesn't right fit. The release of these tapes is so early and investigations, Lanny Davis action prosecutor likes to keep all the tapes or quietly in addition, do you think let Let me ask. me ask you this. Do you think. And Trump to the danger of torquing because things might be taped, and a prosecutor often uses conversations. Now Trump is on notice now one more. I got to get one more question and then I'm going to go to another guest. My final question, do you think Lanny Davis is doing a good job as a lawyer? Or do you see anything inappropriate in what he's done this week for calling inappropriate? This is not something that I as the inches of Cohn Cohn should be doing whatever he's doing to the US attorney and the US attorney's you decide when things to be released Lanny gave us is not serving the interest of his client, but he could be counted on to do what he thinks is best to the Clintons and it means Mullane Glynn through cone. That's what it'll be doing, you think. Well, hold on. That's very interesting, and we always appreciate you giving us your unvarnished view your. You're making an assertion that of course, it would be negative about Lanny as a lawyer. Your view is too Lanny Davis is basically selling out Michael Cohen to do the political work of the Clintons. I have an opinion, an opinion that Lanny gave is is motivated by belief that the they was mesmerizing and it had the effect of taking the election victory from Mrs Clinton. And there are a couple of people him Talbot Gallia, Jerry Makarov. That will do anything to further the juice of the Clintons at the expensive anyone and Lanny is is doing something that if they act him in his online. Witnesses don't do this premature disclosure of taped evidence alerts the target be Trump or any other person. Well, here's what I'll do taping run on the day. I don't control time. We've run long, Jay Goldberg. As always thank you for being here. You mentioned you mentioned Nick Ackerman. Who is here when it gets you a response? I want to give some context though as we think about the money man, that's pretty interesting. If you've ever seen any court drama, you know that the bookkeeper is a key figure in any potential conspiracy who can forget this classic scene from the untouchables. You were in charge of disbursements for Mr.. Cole. Would you tell us the amounts. Three year period. I personally dispersed money's Mr. Capone in excess of one third million dollars. It all came down in that one to the account. Now that's just a movie, Jay, Goldberg name check to you. I give you the floor. Well, first of all, Mr. Weisselberg. I mean, if you take Jay at his word Mr. Weisselberg could be a powerful witness for the government. He actually prepared Donald Trump's tax returns. I mean, when you have a tax case or you have a tax return, there are a lot of items on that return that are Embiid you that don't really tell you a lot unless you get behind the companies or the.
"mr. capone" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"mr. capone" Discussed on WGTK
"Is coming up on wgtk louisville with srn news i'm bob agnew in washington the cash register should be ringing loud and clear later this week a new survey by the loyd says threequarters american's plan to shop over the thanksgiving holiday weekend it won't be about forty four and a half percent yearoveryear which is really exciting per lottery retailer rod size with deloitte says people uh four hundred twenty seven dollars between thanksgiving and cyber monday president trump says the us will designate north korea as a state sponsor of terror once again former cia korea branch steve bruce clinger says it will be interesting to see how north korea reacted certainly will anger north korea but that sykes saying we should an arrest al capone cause mr capone would get angry you need to enforce us law regardless of the reaction of the perpetrate and just minutes away from the closing bell on wall street right now the dow jones industrial average is up sixty three points the nasdaq is up by five this is srn news i'm bruce veil with your money down the city of chicago plans to sue us deal for allegedly violating the federal clean water act following the steel maker second accident will discharge this year of toxic chromium into lake michigan were chicago gets its drinking water the incident occurred october twenty six than us deal set a quick me reported it and it did not pose any danger to the water supply for human health the marine transportation services calvin engulf mark offshore has emerged from chapter eleven bankruptcy protection during its case the company raised two hundred fifty million dollars to help biggest oil and gas service operations out of financial trouble golf martin filed for bankruptcy protection.
"mr. capone" Discussed on RobinLynne
"North korea and the us i'm ed donahue with an ap news minute president trump is putting north korea back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism should app at the longtime should app and years ago north korea was taken off at least in two thousand eight in hopes of stopping its nuclear program former cia deputy division chief bruce cleaner says it will be interesting to see how north korea react is certainly will anger north korea but that sykes saying we should an arrest al capone because mr capone would get angry you need to enforce u s law regardless of the reaction of the perpetrator a woman says senator al franken put his hand on her buttocks in 2010 while posing for a picture at the minnesota state fair omon last week accused franken of sexual misconduct before he was in the senate a commission in nebraska has approved the keystone xl oil pipeline route through the state breathing new life into the longdelayed project on wall street the dow finished up seventy two points i'm ed donahue hi it's jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the high jamie to you jamie don't be alarmed but i think there's a guy following you maybe we should get that 'guarddog we talked about nothing to scary maybe like a be sean with an attitude progressive collision insurance covers injure dogs and cats and no extra cost so wait the guy stood up when i stood up he's on the phone he's looking right at me wayne it's just a reflection don't tell anyone that this progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pick up it's not available in new hampshire in north carolina.
"mr. capone" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood
"You'll tom loft us and then before sergeant loftus good asked the question gutenberg managed a won't tool nobody short me god's sake get me to a hospital capones alibi was watertight at the time of the massacre he was sitting in a courthouse in dade county florida where he was keeping an appointment with lewis goldstein an investigator from brooklyn who is investigating the murder of frankie yale an associate of capone in the manhood assassinated dino banyan back in the day capone arrived wearing a light flannel suits pale gray fedora and the widest of grin his alibi for the yale killing was also unbreakable and so confident was he that he could outmaneuvered the brooklyn investigator that he hadn't even bother to bring a lawyer with him but as the interview in the humid airless courtroom progressed it soon became clear that lewis goldstein had a different agenda the questions did not seem to relate so much to frank yale as they did to al capone taxes blindsided capone began to stumble until finally he hammered his fist on the table and yelled waters money got to do with anything goldstein's mile i think that very soon mr capone you're going to find out that the question of money in taxes is very very important.