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"real federal penitentiary" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:19 min | 2 months ago

"real federal penitentiary" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"And since you put the two of US couple of microphones in an ice cocaine of refreshing Qua-, mineral water together you have something called stuff you should know it's a podcast. PODCAST I'm looking to see who makes us actually. No. I thought it was GONNA say coca-cola smaller Zillah. Now it's Sundance Beverage company Oh. Yeah. They're huge from Minnesota I. think that's perfect. That is a perfect sponsor for stuffy know a little guy that's producing a great product agreed look what. So Chuck yes I've got an intro today. Awesome a MRIs. Stop criticizing me no I mean. So, very recently a trio of Brits economists British economists. Try like walking saltines on the very exciting. But, anyway, these guys did something pretty cool. They studied bank robberies. And their study was published in a journal called significance. It's actually kind of a cool journal it takes statistics and applies to real world stuff. So it's an interesting statistics journal. There is such a thing I in if there is this your and what these guys found was that bank robbery is actually a really terrible way to make a living. Yes I would agree with that morally economically. It's a terrible way to make a living to sure they they office no good, right yes. They looked at looked at a lot of variables like the number of people involved and they found that the bigger, the gang, the more the bigger the hall I guess, but it also meant that's one extra mouth to divide up amongst unless you're like one of those bank robbers just kills everybody afterward. Yeah. You don't WanNa get in bed with one of of those guys like Ben Affleck or like in heat when there are a lot of can. Heat Yeah. In the town Ben Affleck recent heist movie. Killing going on I was GONNA. Let that one walk by but you brought it up twice. I enjoyed a really. and okay. So anyway, there's a lot of variables involved but what they found is no matter what in the UK you can make off with about thirty one gram that's not bad her. Yes. In on average that's what that's what the take was. So in the UK, it's not so bad but at the same time thirty, one grain, what are you going to do with that? Yeah I mean if you WanNa live the highlife you gotTa Rob like four or five banks a year easy right or right okay or. If you're in the US, you have to rob a lot more than that. So the UK suffers about one hundred and six bank robbers a year in the US There's twelve thousand. And of those two thousand, the average take is like four grand. They only have how many a year England hundred, six God that's amazing. Really stiff stiff gun laws and I think that probably Detroit robbery because you kind of have a gun or a note in your pocket says something well, these guys figured out that the presence of a firearm increase your take. Okay. but anyway so forty three, hundred bucks. Yeah. That's not much at all. No, and about a third of bank robberies I guess in both countries yield nothing. Zero Zero. Wow. So it's a lot of hard work a lot of risk for very little gain. The real money is in white? Collar Crime Oh. Yes. You WanNa make some cash quick maybe one good heist. It's going to set you for the rest of your life and even if you're caught even if you're caught the chances are you will have a mild if any penalty levied against you well, white collar is the way to go. Yeah. We're talking guys who tell people that. They are financial investors and get friends and family and parents of the Little League coach to give them nine hundred grand There's other guys who have little penny stock companies that pump up there stock prospects called stock touting and dump all of their shares. Sure. that's investor fraud. They make hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars, it's where the real money is an. Historically speaking it has really low risk. Yeah. All. Right. So we're endorsing white collar crime. We're not endorsing it. I was being facetious. Okay. I thought you met up with white collar crime in two thousand twelve. No. No. As a matter of fact, it's going down. The Times are definitely changing. There's a big struggle going on right now is to figuring out the just the right amount of punishment with white collar crime because there's a lot of factors involved it's different from blue collar crime eeg stealing a car robbing a bank church. There's a lot of differences that differentiate it. That's separate the two. And one of those now is the sentencing for him is probably stiffer, which is a total reversal from how it used to be before, and they've also close a lot of the club beds down that got so much press. Yes. Well, the change them they're still there there are a lot more shutdown period. Oh, really. Yeah. Just to ship them to Real Federal Penitentiary penetentiary penitentiary century. Senator. That reminded me of of word that will definitely be hearing at some point in this podcast. What? It's a Ponzi. Oh Yeah. Because that's definitely white collar part of the problem with white collar crime? Josh is you know from reading this is that it's hard to come up with an exact definition of what constitutes it. So that's why they have a hard time getting great statistics on punishment and fines levied and how many they're catching, but I'm GONNA go with. Non Violent Crime Yeah that typically involves. Typically because it's kind of all over the map, right typically involves deceit and fraud. Given by perpetrator because of their occupation. Yeah. For there is a lot of times it's called occupational Crime Yeah. And if you look at it through that view, which is a very broad view of white collar crime or it's not just the exects in the three thousand dollar suits who perpetrating this it's the guy who stealing pencils from work. Yeah or violent. Especially somebody asked him if he did it and he says no, and it's because you are you're you're granted this opportunity through your. Occupation. Actually I would call that petty theft. It's but I'm saying like a very, very broad definition of collar crime that that definitely counts. But for the most part when you think of white collar, you think about the CEO's you think about. Investor fraud embezzlement that kind of stuff exactly feds have been after it in the United States in earnest since nineteen seventy four as far as a a dedicated division the. Yeah, and that's because the Nixon I read and then despite that about three, hundred, billion dollars a year and that's a pretty rough estimate was the two, thousand, ten, two, thousand, ten. Yeah so. Let's talk about a few ways you can commit white collar crime. Yeah. Because the definition you gave us like beautiful it's pretty good and there are some that just like I said, investment fraud or embezzlement or. prototypical. Wash your other crime insider trading is one that's a big one now, which falls under securities fraud right? Yeah..

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Nearly 800 inmates test positive for COVID-19 in California federal prison

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Nearly 800 inmates test positive for COVID-19 in California federal prison

"The two largest outbreaks of corona virus at a federal penitentiary in California the federal long poke at present as seven hundred ninety two inmates have tested positive there's passing facility on terminal island in San Pedro as for six hundred forty four inmates have contracted the virus nearly seventy percent of the prisoners in Lompoc have tested positive eleven staff members have also gotten a disease a military mobile hospital has been constructed on the grounds help deal with the infected

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Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months for obstruction, witness tampering

Wealth Creator Radio

02:38 min | 9 months ago

Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months for obstruction, witness tampering

"The sentencing recommendation from justice department prosecutors is seven to nine years in a federal penitentiary on average a convicted rapist in this country serves four and a half years in prison so you know something is amiss almost immediately president trump tweeted his outrage targeting the prosecutors a short time later four of them quit that because great joy in The New York Times and Washington post to organizations that are devoted to injuring president trump what in the middle of the chaos is William Barr who then told ABC news that Mr trump's tweeting about active criminal cases makes it hard for the AG to do its job whereupon fox business channel finder Lou Dobbs question bar's loyalty but an attorney general's loyalty is to uphold the constitution not to any human being so now the president and the Attorney General R. well let's use the word on settle and they didn't have to happen all president trump had to do was wait until Roger stone is sentenced and then issue a pardon presto Mr stone to go bowling with us that very night but waiting is not Donald Trump style confrontation is if you read my book the United States of trump you know the president always relishes the fight but a battle with William Barr is not like the dust up with the week former Attorney General Jeff sessions bars not a man to be pushed around and he does not want his professional reputation solely the crucial Dorham investigation into federal corruption is under way and president trump would be well advised to stay out of all justice department business and let those chips fall Mr trump should also understand that the national media is heavily invested in diminishing William Barr because she fears what the dorm investigation might break the president would be foolish to help his enemies marginalize the Attorney General who could expose disturbing FBI corruption that damaged Donald Trump finally president Richard Nixon tried to manipulate the justice department and that finalized his

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The Most Important Man in Trump's Life is William Barr

Derek Hunter

03:27 min | 10 months ago

The Most Important Man in Trump's Life is William Barr

"The most important man in president trumps life right now is Mister Barr the Attorney General yet Mr trump may not understand that however they hate trump media brigade certainly do if Mr bar where to turn against the president his reelection chances would be damage significantly that's because William bars a tough prosecutor who is trying to uphold the crucial constitutional mandate of equal justice for all that means a corrupt media is not the dispenser of justice nor is a sitting president who may have a personal agenda the latest controversy over Roger stone accompanied by presidential tweets as put the AG in a tough spot Mr stone was convicted of lying to authorities about his role in seeking damaging information against Democrats during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign this sentencing recommendation from justice department prosecutors is seven to nine years in a federal penitentiary on average a convicted rapist in this country serves four and a half years in prison so you know something is amiss almost immediately president trump tweeted his outrage targeting the prosecutors a short time later four of them quit that cause great joy in The New York Times and Washington post to organizations that are devoted to injuring president trump what in the middle of the chaos is William Barr who then told ABC news that Mr trump's tweeting about active criminal cases makes it hard for the AG to do its job whereupon fox business channel finder Lou Dobbs question bar's loyalty but an attorney general's loyalty is to uphold the constitution not to any human being so now the president and the Attorney General are well let's use the word on several and they didn't have to happen all president trump had to do was wait until Roger stone is sentenced and then issue a pardon press dole Mister strong could go bowling with us that very night when waiting is not Donald Trump style confrontation is if you read my book the United States of trump you know the president always relishes the fight but a battle with William Barr is not like the dust up with the week former Attorney General Jeff sessions bars not a man to be pushed around and he does not want his professional reputation solely the crucial Dorham investigation into federal corruption is under way and president trump would be well advised to stay out of all justice department business and let those chips fall Mr trump should also understand that the national media is heavily invested in diminishing William Barr because it fears what the door I'm investigation might break the president would be foolish to help his enemies marginalize the Attorney General who could expose disturbing FBI corruption that damaged Donald

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President, CBS and Special Counsel discussed on WWL Programming

WWL Programming

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

President, CBS and Special Counsel discussed on WWL Programming

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