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'Smash and Grab,' a Product of Moral Decay

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | 3 d ago

'Smash and Grab,' a Product of Moral Decay

"The smash and grab craze happening across America. It's just another sign of moral decay. What we're seeing happening all across the country and this really started during Floyd palooza and it's continuing. Is hundreds if not thousands of criminals that go into stores, grab whatever they want and then leave. Now, of course, in San Francisco, they will not prosecute theft unless it's over a certain dollar when I think the dollar amounts like $950. But cut 50, here's a small business owner in Democrat run Oakland, California, saying he might just shut down his business because he says, I can't take this many break ins, go to cut 40. I don't know how many more incidents like this. We can take to keep our doors open. One of the owners of renegade running Victor Diaz is contemplating keeping his doors open for business in Oakland after they were most recently shattered late Sunday Night. And cut 5 a security guard was killed over the weekend. You probably didn't hear about this. As these criminals, these thugs in these vigilantes are just going in and taking whatever they want. This is happening all across the country, by the way. And what happens is a group of 30 or 40 criminals show up to a store and they just flood it and they take what they want and no one dares stop them. Play cut 5. So these gangs of smash and grab thieves raising alarms across the nation, a couple of shops getting hit over the holiday weekend in Fresno, California. It's not just California where it's going on. The organized looting now spreading other parts of the country as well. Also, when I mentioned Kevin ishida, he was a Bay Area security guard who was killed over the weekend during one of these smash and grab deals. So who benefits from this type of anarchy? Remember, that's the most important question that you can ask with any of these things. When things start to unravel and they don't make sense, you need to ask yourself the question who benefits? Well, one more piece of sound cut 9, Fox News report on a Home Depot that was looted for crowbars and mallets. Don't wear everybody. They just want the crowbars because they're going to be building swing sets. That's right. Play cut 9. A group of about 15 to 20 suspects stormed a Home Depot store in Lakewood and stole crowbars, mallets, and sledgehammers before jumping in a bunch of getaway vehicles. Some now fear what those sleeves might plan on doing with those tools. These robberies are leaving many holiday shoppers on edge.

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'Organized Smash and Grab Robbery' Versus 'Looting'

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 6 d ago

'Organized Smash and Grab Robbery' Versus 'Looting'

"And then this guy who's the director of the Robert C Maynard institute of journalism Martin Reynolds he said this seems like an organized smash and grab robbery This doesn't seem like looting Now if you saw a bunch of people running into a store smashing windows going in there and getting stuff and taking it out But they had masks on So you could not know what the code of their skin was Would you wait until you found out exactly what their race was before you designated it alluding or to smash and grab Would you do that Would you sit back and wait for that I'm curious And you just sit back and go wait wait wait we can't call this we gotta find out are they Are they white or black Because it's different I mean it's just stupidest thing I've ever heard in my life All we want is we just want people to stop stealing things Even Obama's nominees who of course have histories of shoplifting Just stop stealing things Whether it's a smash and grab during a natural disaster or a man-made disaster or not whether the penal code describes it is looting or not nobody And I mean nobody with a brain thinks this is a racial connotation issue What they think is it's a criminal justice issue But this is what the left does right

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Liberals Call Smash and Grab, Looting as 'Social Justice'

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 6 d ago

Liberals Call Smash and Grab, Looting as 'Social Justice'

"That tonight as well And the crime situation America is surging to such a degree You know it's amazing All these places are blue places They're all liberal cities and states in America I'm broadcasting for one Philadelphia tonight We have surpassed 500 homicides And you know the new thing now are these smashing grabs right They go in they smash and they grab and you're not allowed to call it looting I kid you not now If you call it looting that is somehow and I don't know how somehow I think racist or it's unwelcome or undead or can't call can't call it looting all right It's just looting only occurs in a social justice context now This is according to some professor who said don't call smash and grab robberies looting because looting occurs in a social justice context Which when you think about it though is actually what the left has been saying right I mean they've been saying when all these protests happens and riots happened and you had people who were protesting but then also people who were rioting and looting and they kept saying well those are just peaceful protests So now that you've got people coming out and saying listen don't call it don't call it listen Don't call it looting all right It's not looting It's just looting is social justice You can understand that mentality Because we've been accusing them of thinking that way of this entire time You don't really think it's looting You think it's social justice and up until now they've said no no no we're trying to distinguish between peaceful protesters and those committing violence Now we knew the difference You and I knew the difference Mark Levin knew the difference Levin I know the difference But we've been trying to play a little word

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News crew guard dies after being shot in attempted robbery

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

News crew guard dies after being shot in attempted robbery

"A security guard shot while working on a crime story with us San Francisco area news crew died Saturday Kevin Nishida was shot in the stomach during an attempted robbery of crown TV's camera equipment near downtown Oakland on Wednesday afternoon according to police the crew was covering a smash and grab theft part of a rash of organized retail crime in the region kron TV says it's devastated by the loss Nishida is a former police officer and was an armed guard for star protection agency which provides security for many reporters in the region a common practice since camera theft became an issue I'm Julie Walker

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Up to 30 people conduct robbery at Best Buy in Burnsville

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Up to 30 people conduct robbery at Best Buy in Burnsville

"I'm Black Friday it wasn't just shoppers grabbing up deals gangs of robbers were also hitting stores in the Los Angeles area police say there were several incidents of mass robberies Beverly hills police say they arrested four people in a car Friday night after a home depot was hit by thieves who stole items including hammers crowbars and other tools the LAPD arrested three people after they stopped a car and spotted merchandise inside these had just rushed into a designer store and grabbed goods police say in another incident an employee was hurt after an altercation with a thief involving pepper spray and in yet another three people with a handgun robbed a high end Melrose Place store and it's not just happening in LA around the country in Minneapolis a group of twenty to thirty people grab numerous electronic items at a Best Buy store in Burnsville and ran out according to police I'm Julie Walker

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"robbery" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | Last week

"robbery" Discussed on WTOP

"To robberies to street rallies that jammed downtown Silver Spring over the past weekend Montgomery county leaders say that they're working to prevent crime We are taking action based on what's been happening in Silver Spring Earl stoddard the assistant chief administrative officer for Montgomery county said police are involved in high visibility crime prevention efforts in a plan that started a month ago We have a specialized unit whose job is crime prevention As many as 150 cars were involved in the rolling car rallies over the weekend that ended up in downtown Silver Spring with drivers doing donuts and intersections started said video footage will be used to notify the car owners insurance companies Gives us another tool in the toolbox just to create a disincentive for people to do this Kate Ryan W TOP news A father son duo involved in a weekend manhunter now facing charges tied to a Leesburg bank robbery 65 year old Kenneth simson diver of Winchester and his 24 year old son also named Kenneth of berryville each face a robbery charge dad also faces a charge of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony The charges stem from Friday's M&T Bank robbery in Leesburg when police there say the 65 year old demanded cash from a bank employee and implied he had a weapon although one wasn't shown Father and son have been held without bond It's a loud and county adult attention center since Sunday following an early morning car chase by authorities which caused Patrick Henry college and persevere to lock down its campus Matt's small WTO news Some unexpected winter weather that's not gonna stop Arlington county students from attending classes this year The school district there has announced.

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 12 to stand trial for Kardashian West jewel heist in Paris

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

12 to stand trial for Kardashian West jewel heist in Paris

"Twelve people want you to stand trial in Paris said the robbery of ten million dollars of jewelry from Kim Kardashian west in twenty sixteen west was tied up at gunpoint and locked in a bathroom also on drug is full so way into Paris apartments up to five years of investigation the case has been sent to trial well then no trial date has been set at the twelve suspects face a range of charges related to the theft west was physically on homes but psychologically shaken the alleged mastermind writes an apology letter to west from his prison cell admitting he regretted his actions and that he realized the psychological harm he had caused I'm

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Jury in elderly deaths trial to resume deliberations Friday

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jury in elderly deaths trial to resume deliberations Friday

"A Texas jury continues deliberating the fate of a man who is accused of killing at least twenty older women in a string of robberies that began in twenty sixteen defendant Billy trim your mayor used to be an at home care giver for the elderly he's been indicted on eighteen counts of capital murder according to The Dallas Morning News but the jury hasn't been told the number of cases it's only considering the death of eighty one year old Luke T. Harris found smothered in her Dallas home in twenty eighteen whose jewelry and house keys were found in the suspect's possession the defense rested its case without calling any witnesses but told jurors prosecutors could not prove to mere metres guilt beyond a reasonable doubt the suspect was caught after two victims survived and provided enough information to put police on his trail I am Jackie Quinn

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The Stupidity and Hypocrisy of Ilhan Omar Is Astounding

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

The Stupidity and Hypocrisy of Ilhan Omar Is Astounding

"We know what radical kooks like Ilhan Omar think about the police, Minneapolis, the city council after George Floyd, the Minneapolis city council voted as I recall unanimously to disband the police department. Get rid of them all together. Kumbaya, y'all, we're gonna have social workers with feathers to tickle the bad guys, I guess. We don't need cops. So now Ilhan Omar is faced with recognizing Minneapolis has a problem. It's called skyrocketing crime, murders. Violent crimes, robbery, carjackings. Well, what does a defund the police zealot like Ilhan Omar blame for the rising crime? What we must also recognize is that the reduction in policing currently in our city and the lawlessness that is happening is due to two things. One, the police have chosen to not fulfill their oath of office. And to provide the public safety or owed to the citizens they serve. All right, it's documented. But even before that, it was documented. I mean, the average police department is almost dysfunctional. Police department in our state and probably in the country. The second world is that there has to be accountability. And someone that is actually taking responsibility for what the police does and destination. And that doesn't exist. In this moment. I don't like ad hominem attacks, but there is a special kind of stupid behind that that

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Missouri man executed for killing 3 workers in '94 robbery

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Missouri man executed for killing 3 workers in '94 robbery

"A Missouri man has been put to death over the objections of racial justice activists lawmakers and even the pope Ernest Johnson died from lethal injection for killing three workers while robbing a convenience store in nineteen ninety four the state executed Johnson despite claims by his attorney that doing so would violate the eighth amendment which prohibits executing intellectually disabled people Johnson had a history of scoring extremely low on IQ tests racial justice activists to Missouri members of Congress democratic representatives Corey boy Chandan manual cleaver and a representative for pope Francis also urged Republican governor Mike parson to grant clemency to Johnson who is black what parts in an ounce to Monday he would not intervene I'm Mike help in

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Texas inmate faces execution for fatally stabbing 2 brothers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Texas inmate faces execution for fatally stabbing 2 brothers

"A Texas inmate faces execution this evening for fatally stabbing to Houston area brothers during a robbery in their home more than thirty years ago Rick Rhodes is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the state penitentiary in Huntsville his attorneys have asked the Supreme Court to stop the execution arguing his constitutional right to due process is being violated because roads is being prevented from pursuing claims that somebody central jurors at his trial might have been dismissed for racially discriminatory reasons his attorneys have filed other appeals and lost prosecutors say roads broke into the brothers home and killed them he confessed but claimed it was self defense if road is executed he would be the third inmate put to death this year in Texas and the sixth in the U. S. I'm Julie Walker

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The Relationship Between Rage and Trauma

Mindfulness Mode

02:38 min | 3 months ago

The Relationship Between Rage and Trauma

"The word rage never really came to mind. When i thought about my reaction to certain situations but now that i've learned more about the conscious and subconscious mind and how our minds work. I realize well. There is sometimes a level of rage that was gurgling or bubbling just below the surface certain personalities are specific words or phrases would potentially cause that gurgling rage to erupt. Sometimes the eruption was minor. And nobody else would even be aware of it. Sometimes i would do or say something that well it was just out of place and i kind of wonder myself. I think why did that happen. Why did i say that thing. Or why did i do such and such and in response to that now. I realized that what triggered was something related to probably to an early trauma in my life. So when i say trauma i want to be clear that an event that was traumatizing to me may seem like a nothing of to you. I used to think that all traumas where events like you know a car accident house fire sexual abuse. A- robbery well a quick online search tells us that in general trauma can be defined as a psychological emotional response to an event or an experience that is deeply distressing. So you know your definition of deeply distressing may be different from mine. Of course another definition says that trauma is the lasting emotional response that often results from living through a distressing event. There's were distressing again goes on to say experiencing a traumatic event can harm person sense of safety sense of self and ability to regulate emotions and navigate relationships long after the traumatic event occurs. People with trauma can often feel shame helplessness powerlessness and intense fear. You may have experienced trauma and don't even realize it for some while trauma could be just a very simple. You know what appears to be something. That is very simple for some. It could be much more

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Hostages Strapped to Getaway Cars as Robbers Target Banks in Brazil

Hard Factor

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Hostages Strapped to Getaway Cars as Robbers Target Banks in Brazil

"A gang of brazilian bank. Robbers went to extreme measures to show police that they meant business with the hostages that they took tying multiple hostages to roofs and hoods of their getaway cars early monday morning. Brazil time a gang of more than twenty heavily armed men attacked three banks in the center of Iraq tube Using more than fourteen bombs around the city to serve as a diversion and according to local media after the robbery gang took a number of hostages and surrounded the local military police station gang members also blocked key access roads into the city by setting up cars At traffic

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The Cowboy Bob Mystery

Ghost Town

02:14 min | 3 months ago

The Cowboy Bob Mystery

"Morning in may nineteen ninety. One a ten gallon hat wearing sunglasses. Beer-bellied bearded individual exit in nineteen seventy five to pontiac grand prix to enter the american federal bank building in irving texas. The person stepped into the banks lobby and headed towards the counter. Where young female teller was smiling cheerfully. Hello sir the teller said how may help you. The bearded man slipped the teller note. This is a bank robbery at red. Give me your money. No marked bills or dye packs. The stunned teller handed over a stack of cash from her drawer. The robber nodded stuck the money in a satchel and walked out of the bank. A seamless robbery with the perpetrator vanishing into the afternoon. This was the start of the near flawless run of large-scale bank robberies that occurred between nineteen ninety one and nineteen ninety-two they call the robber cowboy bob. Because of the ten gallon hat he always wore eluding cops for years and then after serving time having one more wild ride. This is the legendary tale of dallas bank robber. Cowboy bob. So cowboy bob again. I keep saying that name. It feels comical but it is kind of endearing to was always calm completely unarmed. Polite always almost completely silent. He avoided security cameras. Checked each bill for marks or dye packs. Stipends are those small dye-filled devices that someone in a bank and set off and they stay in the cash and whoever was holding the cash at the time like a bright blood red cowboy. Bob gave the teller a note announcing that this was a robbery and to hand over the cash and would casually the bank placing a new stolen license plate on the back of his pontiac. Every time and drive off the first five times. Bob hit it was masterful so much. So that the fbi who were now trailing him obsessively were driven crazy by how good this bank robber was the beard and the hat and a silence made him really hard to identify and the stolen license plates made him almost impossible to track. He didn't make scenes. He didn't peel out in his getaway car. he didn't attract much attention at all. He was always making me. Start to pull my hair out former agent. Steve powell told texas monthly in two thousand five. How good this thin little dried up cowboy be whipping us. His bad time after time

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Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque

"Three Albuquerque Police officers were shot on another was injured while responding to a robbery. Police chief Harold Medina says one of the officers was hit in the chest above his vest and is in critical condition. One officer was shot in the arm while another was saved by his bullet proof vest. The fourth officer was injured by shrapnel or

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The Notorious Crime Boss Ma Barker

Crimetown

01:51 min | 4 months ago

The Notorious Crime Boss Ma Barker

"When we walked in the door. I could not believe it. This place looked like it was from another time period retired community. College instructor sue sutton was a teenager in the mid sixties when her family moved to concordia kansas zeus father took her and her sister to the local bank to open bank accounts but when she walked in. She couldn't believe what she saw. The bank tellers were separated by bulletproof. Glass there were spikes. There were electrical wires running over the top of the partitions. It seemed over the top for local bank. Small five thousand person town in the great plains. Even the employees were expected to protect the bank. There was a shotgun behind the door and everyone who was in employee was encouraged to take target practice on their lunch hour down in the basement the bank. So why was the small town bank so intensely on lock. These modifications all came about because of the bank robbery that took place in nineteen thirty two eighty nine years ago this week on the morning of july twenty six nineteen thirty to a gang of bank robbers walked into the cloud county bank and concordia kansas and they walked away with more than two hundred thousand dollars without firing a single shot and the legendary mastermind behind it all the notorious avocado ma barker ma

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"robbery" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Save to tip it over the bar mealy again on eighty four minutes. Jonathan lewis gets behind the play ultimately ruled offside but lewis goes one v one with the keeper and then really just with a great intercept wins. The ball takes out lewis in the process. No way that was going to be. Pk even if it was on side lawsuit boubacar another header on it. Mark the ramp. That a bunch of chances. I i realize that there's a lot of frustration. So maybe we don't start with good things simply say where do you wanna start from. Last saturday's highway robbery of the call rapids by the absolute vanden camelia. I will start with a good thing. I think we'll it wasn't a it wasn't a good thing but it was a good thing which is You know one of the things we've talked about through the years Both as writers and as podcasters podcast buddies matt. I like the the term. Podcast buddies is the capability of a manager or coach to adjust at halftime. And i really enjoyed what robin fraser said. At halftime to Laura barra at the sideline when she asked him you know. What did you see in that. First half I saw the same thing Because you know of course. I'm just as much of a tactical genius as robin fraser. He said sarcastically. Which is that He noticed that were in. Kansas city was using spacing to take the rapids out of their rhythm. Right like sporting was really deep widely spaced and what that means for the rap is or what it meant for them that in order to stay kind of like heat from getting completely pulled apart In the event that they turned over the ball they had to be defensively. Close to those guys so when they retrieved the ball the rapids players were all over the field. They were widely space and there wasn't a lot of time to then kind of compact and make those passes so they wound up having to make really long passes which i didn't think really played into the way they wanted to play and robin fraser. Made that note at half time to learn jabbar on days. He said like their spacing is causing us problems. We're going have to adjust to that in the second half and so in the second half. They played differently and they dealt with facing differently. They dribbled more They played balls. they kind of play balls on in transition on the break much better and they wound up with set pieces So i think there was some adjustment in the second half that work really well. That was the good thing But umeda good point I i guess. I'll just shift right into my wouldn't say bad thing but like Realistically disappointing thing You covered all of the plays that the rapids Kind of gift on that. They shouldn't have the key ones were. The market has any case..

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"robbery" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

03:15 min | 4 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"My name is matt pollard. And it is monday august night. Twenty twenty one. The beautiful game is coming back to the european continent once again allowing fans in america to watch soccer from sunup to sundown. Royal antwerp has gotten their first win of the season albeit without sam. Vines being in the team and it's sad times of the new camp as leeann messy has officially set the which is gonna gets to barcelona and appears to be on the brink of joining the super friends at paris. Sandra mon- i'm joined now by a man who just finished the paperwork. File a lawsuit onto melia for robbery in adams county. Colorado this past saturday. Rabbi markman yeah dude at a good game that was really good being the very good It's always it's always funny to watch two million action because you forget for a moment. He looks like a natural goalkeeper. It looks like the right guy and you see him in the short sleeves. And you think what do long sleeve goalkeeper kits look like you know you just kind of forget that like the he's such he's such a different kind of guy i don't know why maybe that's like the most random thought in the world but that's that's my thought that i look at him and i go. Oh yeah short. Sleeves long sleeves. Look like i don't know their arms sock tube thing things right matt yes. They are arm sock to piggies that. Help the the arms and the shoulders. I guess warm and covered and protected from the sun and everything i know a couple of years ago. They actually got rid of the long sleeve jersey. Because i believe in his first year with the club on the jack. Price was actually wearing the full long-sleeve shirt and they got rid of it so then he just started wearing the undershirt. So i don't i. I don't know about how you know. Given how it is with the goalkeeper kits is is that you know a lot of time third available or it's only certain versions of them I don't know how that works in terms of them being available either purchase or the bookkeeper can actually get a long sleeve option if we especially look at like orlando for example having to go play a game against montreal even if it's just sixty degrees out that's probably a significant change for them gets hot in kansas city and also gets cold in kansas city. I would assume that two million acclimatized regardless of the time of year to whatever whether he's going to be exposed to and thus you know maybe i can just get the version of it but it's an interesting question. Ironically markelle when rodrigue. Oh sleigh goal had his goalkeeping moment for orlando in penalties last year against new york. City of c- Orlando city did a one off jersey sale but then they only did the one of the goalkeeper shirt that was actually purchaseable. Not the one that he actually would have been wearing at the time. So that's our our goalkeeper talk for near a mark. We've got a few news notes here to hit in the banter topic. First of all. I said my final words in my piece on my last words. She's me and my piece on things becoming official with sam vines on deadline day last thursday. you know. We talked about this at nauseam. We knew that this was coming..

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DA: 6ix9ine’s Bodyguards Broke Man’s Phone After Wild Chase

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

DA: 6ix9ine’s Bodyguards Broke Man’s Phone After Wild Chase

"The restaurant is on to Roger being called out over their alleged role in a crazy car chase in New York City it's the kind of thing you would think would not have to be said but the Manhattan district attorney says the streets of the city are not the wild west Cyrus Vance juniors messages saying that rap star Takashi six nine and his bodyguards over an incident last summer that has now resulted in indictments authorities say five members of six nine security team were irked by a man taking cell phone video of the rapper so they chase them and their S. U. V.'s lights ablaze until they caught the guy who took his phone and then smashed it six nine was not charged with five members of the security team were indicted on charges of robbery false impersonation and other charges one member of the security team is an ex NYPD detective who is also accused of falsely claiming to police that the mandate changed have threatened them with a gun I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

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"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"I love his documentaries. I can't wait for jennifer lawrence to play her in the cinematic version of her story and she heard a lot of people and you know and it was a bad thing. That happened there right. But i think this cunanan thing. It's you say too soon. And it's like we're in the middle of it you know and it's almost well we've been in neck deep furred. I mean literally. Yeah yeah. But i did like my favorite clip in that whole thing is when they showed trump was when trump said q. Q. in the middle of his sentence or the yes seven. That's what i meant and i was like. Oh my god. Trump trump's in on trump's trying to rally the troops and i'm like this is so awful. Well it's like in that in that debate when he told the the good good crowd. The proud boys standby standby and stand back. Or whatever code. This dog whistle a dog whistle. It's blatant probably stand by stand tall what he said. But i mean when you think about it though. The president of the united states. I don't care what you think about. The guy he was in he was in the white house. He was the president of the animated states. Yes for better worse. And he's telling the this like these racist white supremacist groups like they're fine people. I love you. I got your back. Hang tight when you're needed. I'm going to call upon you. I mean like. I don't understand it. What whatever but but so okay are you. Are you scared to watch this or no. Is it just me like i. I y well okay scared of what. Let me ask you that. i'm i. I don't know i scared of of of how you are going to feel for humanity or scared of that you're going to fall prey in victim. Okay so i'm definitely not going to fall prey and victim right. I don't think i will either. I saw me. I am fighting cynicism. I'm fighting okay. I got you scared of your confirmation of the bias that you feel the loss in the hope for humanity for like half of the country yes at. Oh and here's that is that it is it is definitely that and it's also the fact that when you think of seventy four million people you know. And of course there's going to be a section of those people that voted for trump and and and and well no it was like seventy four for biden like seventy two for trump it. Yeah it was anyway. Who voted for trump. That was a lot of people like okay. Biden had the had the most votes for president of all time. Trump trump had the second most votes for president of all time like so crazy to mobilize that people..

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"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Like that's what i mean. I don't wanna see this. And yet i think. Hbo max is dealing there. This is salacious. And i think it's the right play for hbo. Max i think. Hp amax needs things like this the gonna drive content and drive people to watch. And i think there is a thirst for this and it is it is compelling compelling to see these the people that are both knowing conspirators driving the conspiracy and the fodder and the and the sheep. I'm sorry to say that. Just fall fall for this conspiracy right and it's just it's it's it's it. Don't be sorry to say it okay. But i'm just. I'm i'm worried and scared for america because of this. Yeah and that kind of goes along with my analysis. I was good at the point i was going to make. Is this trailer. Does a fantastic job. Its job is so fantastic that it makes you so angry that you just have to watch but on the other side those who sympathize will also watch right right so it it. It's bipartisan. Eight watching we'll be alongside the cheer watching. I mean hate watching and you know. And then there's like it's like they showcase this like little guy. I don't know what he's about. And i don't wanna like come off as like right. Insensitive to whatever his issue is his dwarfism or something he has some serious physical yeah disability. yeah exactly. But this is like a conspiracy nut though it's like and they show shooting like a fifty caliber cyber rifle. You know what he eat out and last week talking about mc million and how it has this person at the core of whatever have going on. This has a couple of people in it. That i'm intrigued to go. Find out something about and yet repulsed at the idea of finding anything about out there. Actually well no. I don't even i don't even i don't care about the cunanan i i just i. I'm i'm intrigued to see what makes people tick. Even the people that i disagree with especially the people that can construct something like this..

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"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"I'm not gonna quit paying any way you're not gonna stop exactly and if you're an if she's like she's willing to jump through if there are people that are still willing to jump through hoops. Then what's that you know. That's that's fine and then you know then the next thing is they could just lock it off. They could just you know. Stop the ip like which one is your ip. Which one is your location. You know when right but then you know then. There's traveling and stuff and we watch netflix's. We drove cross country. So we do that too. Yeah and it's funny because we shared an account for a really long time but at the beginning of pandemic in the house. We're going gonna have the kids in the house. Who knows what we're going to be watching one where we wanna have. You know our friends. Screw them veto. Say hey can you get off you know. Can you get off because we can watch something and get off. So we got our own. And i got i got our own and And i was an an was on the elliptical. The other day and i walked over and i was trying to help her with her net flicks. She was something wrong with our net flix to watch a movie on while she's running on the elliptical and she's still using the old account and i was just like we have our own account. You know why are you still using our friends account and she goes. I was just on my phone. It's easier this way. And i was like she's all gas i mean we're it's legit right like we're paying for it. No right i get it. I get it. So what does it matter. The technically she still on our old friends account. That's it's hilarious. So who knows this. I i i'll all all i'm saying. Is that disney plus reached one hundred million subscribers one hundred million subscribers before target. Yeah right and i think it's public knowledge in the investor day that were target is two hundred million by twenty twenty four either going to beat that. There's no but it's a it's still aggressive like every that's a stretch goal or is that what do you think. Yeah i think no i think. I think it's doable. And i think we have The content and the pedigree of content that that would drive it. Yeah but i think every gain that you make the next one is harder to mine. Bitcoin basically you know it's like when you add accounts the next account is always going to be harder to gain than the the counts that you have in the past so once you get up. One hundred ninety. You know that that last ten is going to be hard you know in other words there's limits so if you think about the four minute mile right they never thought it could be broken and then eventually the four minute mile was broken. But you're never going to hit zero. I mean rate the faster you go the harder it gets to go faster exactly exactly all right man so moving on from net flicks q. Into the store ma. This just scares me is it too soon is too soon. It's been brewing for a long time. Man it's been going on forever. I know but the first scene they show is breaking into the capital. Yeah it's it's too soon. It feels too soon. But i just you know for me. This is like i. So as much as i want to see the heist art heist movie like romantic. This is the democratic heist of america is out that this is the exact opposite..

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"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Well let's get into it at the end of it. If you don't know the theme then i'll tell you okay okay. This is a robbery. The world's biggest art heist yes. Do this looks amazing. I'm so happy at this. Oh my god. I love it the minute the minute i saw this. I was like it's got boston. It's got organized crime. It's got they have the guy in the perp walk and he's like hey how you doing. And what is the irish guys given some hand signals from the car and stuff. Oh it looks good and everybody. Who is the highest has been whacked. I now the ground the best way to keep a secret is to make sure every all but one is dead right. Isn't that what they did in goodfellas yup heist everybody's buying cadillacs and lufthansa the lufthansa heist. Nobody nobody nobody could keep it. Keep their money in their pants. Everybody bought cadillacs firs next thing. You know they're all getting whacked and this and speaking of that. This is done by the producers of the irishman. So that pedigree to it you know. And i thought to me that was such an odd legacy sell. Because it's a documentary and it's talking about the producers of yeah but it's mobster though it's mob gotta think that it's going to have some cool like reenactments or you know what happened the certain point in time in the heist they're gonna show the heist and this combined documentaries and heist this is like this is like our two favorite jonynas your favorite john. That's so instead of sh movie shocked if that's like not shock as in like oh my god it's shocking but shaq show in naga better. Yeah shock shock you. I don't know. But yeah i can't wait i'm gonna watch this is right in my wheelhouse i mean and then bryce and braeside and the minute he saw it he's like i just need a power full. Police scanner a police computer. And just trying to. And i will find this art. And we'll have ten million police. Get as if as like a rembrandt over here. Dial in sending the signal to police scanner. Yeah man but yeah overall though man i am all over this like you said it's net flix. Yeah netflix it's low hanging fruit and okay speaking of netflix's though you sent me an article today that they're going to be zapping people who are account shares. I know they're gonna they're gonna. I guess you can do right. You would just do ip sniffing right here. Just say like oh look you have to. Ip's in there like ones in lompoc and one's in chicago like what are we doing here so we get on the other night we were going to like. We were in the middle of a movie. What were we watching. Oh yeah we'll get to that with what we're watching but will i. I'll save it but you're watching something. We were watching something on netflix. And i'm like All right because we watched it in the morning while we were training and then we had about half way to go so that we get that night so my father-in-law's on one show. I don't my mom's watching a christmas movie that gets march. Watch it you know. But whatever it my mom's watch but they only allow lake two screens or whatever. She's in fort myers florida and my father-in-law's in receipt a california and here we are in lompoc. I can't watch i even. I'm the one who's paying for it. I can't even but whatever they're watching. And i told claris say we gotta watch something else so we did which. I can't wait to talk about that either..

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"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:47 min | 9 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"A right. But yeah i mean it was. It was really good. I mean it was one of those things like you know the day. I enlisted in the army or some cheez. Its slip. Don't spell. don't spell. No i know it's too. It's too barley. Yeah and every time so barley winds out of the bottle. Barley wines are always so expensive. They're like between twenty five and fifty dollars for the good ones. Oh no this was dad. I this is like a can expect it to be. You know ten dollars or less right. I don't know what i meant. But i would say. Oh well the headline. Oh man this thing is. The thing is like multi hanging. Okay oh yeah. This is super super multi. Nice super boozy super bourbon on the twelve percent. Yeah so i'm gonna. I'm gonna go super vanilla but you know not not vanilla in super run of the mill but a but a a mainstay mainstay shimane out. Nicest jamais which what what somme is that which one it is the sink sense thing sense. Is that what it's called. I mean it's like. I don't know i can't see that thing anyway. Oh i caesar sing. Yeah i guess so with a q. With a q. All right let's see what's the abm eight percent. Oh that's not bad though. I mean percents. I look at it like this anything. Seven or above is a solid brew. Right right seven or above. I mean if you're below seven it's like it's like an all day it's a session. Ips right right. Yeah it's like you know a pbr. I mean pbr's will like four. And a half. I think what. Pbr is yeah. yeah you know. it's like okay. Sure i'll drink. Nineteen of them. And as you as everyone knows. I'm not a big belgian fan is this. Oh christmas beer that you've got somewhere. This is chris. This is the last of my boss is beer chea nice beers to me and you know sh amaze of for for for all the the grief. I- belgians i never turn down shem shem as their you know from red to blue to now gold go i. I love him all my favorites my favorites. You know the grand reserve the blue one. Oh yeah by. Far one of the top. One of the i know. The red is the premier Put the blue is like one of the premier beers on the planet. It's just amazing. It's amazing so okay. I i i told you i mean pretty much. I got shot today. That's your thing. Did my thing there. And i'll finish up with with the week and then you can jump in but boy are back in school okay. We have the bus that comes past and they never had the bus for the elementary school. Because it's always been you know for the high school or whatever because it's like cross town the elementary schools in the neighborhood but they want to limit the parent traffic and everything so they have transportation offered for every kid okay. So mike's like to take the bus. I said you want me to take you on the bike or your mom. Take you on the bike or do you want to take the bus on the bus. You know so. He takes a right of passage. It's a right of passage man. He's he's kindergarten hops on the bus. The bus driver like it's like this huge buys like six kids on the bus. Cnn and all the windows are open. No actually okay. But they're staggering the grades so it's teak eighth K and first week one second and third week two and then four five and six week three so. Tim starts on monday. Mike spend going for the past week and clarisa took him to the bus..

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"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Say bye bye. You're going to have to cut that back in. I why do i say no. The reason i say that is because for one hundred fifty two episodes. You're always the last one to say later de he saying by after a cut in a world where you only have trailers and posters to judge movie. Jim and ted strikeout to answer the age old question. Will you see it ted..

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KCRW

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"robbery" Discussed on KCRW

"Is a robbery. So I grab in extension cord. And I handed to him. And I sit down and I put my hands behind my bag. Because I'm trying to be helpful and move things along here. So he ties my wrist together and ties him to the chair. And when he finishes he kind of looks around the office and he says, You got anything I could gag you with. And I say Well. Would a towel work? So we got the towel and he puts it in my mouth and he kind of loops it around the back of my head very gently. And when he finishes he says, they're now when the police come. You can tell him you couldn't call because you had a gag in your mouth. So he gets up and they head toward the door, and he stops because he's going out and he says, Hey, I hope we get to rob you again sometime. You're real helpful. And I say Huh? And they drive away. So I get my hands for you. I call the police and I go home to tell my parents about my little incident. And my Nana Lars Alarmist. Parents are not terribly alarmed about the whole situation. And I tell them that I'd really like to keep working at the wilderness Road in And they think about it, and they say Well, okay. My dad says, John. Just remember this if you work hard, and you're a good guy, and you keep a sense of humor. God will take care of you. And I think Well. Maybe. So it's a few months later. It's wintertime. It's a quiet night at the Wilderness Road in And I've switched shifts. I'm no longer working the overnight shift. I'm working the evening shift because I go to high school during the day. And I'm sitting watching TV and in through the door, walked two guys. And I get up to wait on them, and I see that the first guy's got a gun in his hand. I think Not again. But something's not right. He grabs me and he slams my head down on the counter. He jams the gun into my bag. He yells at the other guys get the money out of the cash register. When he sees that there's not very much money because crazy He takes the butt of a gun and he hammers it down on the back of my head and I see stars and I feel blood starting to pour down my back. And then he screams. Get down on the floor like Jesus on the cross. So I got down on the floor and I spread my arms to my side like, he said. He drops to his knees and he grabs me by the hair and he pulls my head up and he screams. You want to play a little game, you faggot! I think Oh, No, I do not want to play a little. And then he whispers in my ear. You're either gonna win. Are you gonna live? He puts the gun to my temple. And he spends the cylinder. Any post the trigger. In the gun. Goes. Quick. When I start to cry. Jump up. He gets up. Run out the door. And they drive away. The police come And I go home to tell my parents what's happened. My non alarmist parents. Very Very Learned. They tell me I have to quit my job. You know? Really crazy thing is Even with all this happened. I want to quit my job. I like my job. The next morning. My younger sister and I are driving the high school and on a side street. We see this Really cool looking blue car. In my eyes catch the driver's on his catch mine. And he and I recognize each other. It's him. Squeals his tires and pulls out behind us and follows us. When I get to high school, I run into the office and I tell the principal that I've got to talk to my dad. Tell my dad that I've seen the guy who robbed me. He calls the sheriff He gives the license plate number that my sister is written down. Sheriff traces the number He says he knows who it is. But he wouldn't do something like that. Maybe a little rough around the edges. But he's a good old boy. My dad tells me there's nothing we can do. I have to let it go. I know. I know it's him. But I can identify him. Yeah. A couple of days later, another motel is robbed. Manager tries to put up a fight and he shot and killed in front of his wife. Wanna hear about it? I think It could have been made. And I know I know. Tim A few weeks later. My younger sister and I have a dentist appointment in the morning. When we finish up, we're walking out the door of the office. Across the parking lot. See The cool blue car. Parked outside the door to the banker. Next door. Get this. Really? Creepy feeling. Then I think Maybe I'm just being an alarmist. We head back to high school. At the base of the mountain traffic comes to a.

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"robbery" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"robbery" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Rate Shock when his son came of age, there was six million dollars for him in a bank in London. His son is now a millionaire off of money. That was was sitting for him in a bank. In in London I read an article about him recently. Talking about, he came invasion, there was a trust. This guy you know like the towns and nobody ever knew what happened to that money, but you know got the mob ended up getting it and frittered away somewhere between a bunch of other guys, but here you kind of know what happened in that and the actually got away with the money. Yeah, yeah, this. You know they a lot of it went went out of the country to be in, but they never. The police never tracked down. They just know that that. Somehow six million dollars was smuggled in the area and get it through cleanly in Frugal. There was a lot of money that went into like I said Tahiti. In the Philippines they had a guy who. Got Him Dennis Greedy Smith. Who? Helped invest in these businesses for these guys, but they didn't really live long enough to spend most of it. Most of them had a really bad luck because you got that kind of money and the underworld and people know you've got because it didn't take long for people to figure out that it was Ray Chuck Bennett. who had stolen the money? He was the kind of guy who could pull off a job like that and people put it together based on different. You know buying guns and he did it with with five other guy is in, and they know that Ben at hangs out with this Prendergast in Mickelson, and the Kane brothers are really high ranking members of the painters and dockers, and you know there's so much higher than Rachel and they're well thought of. They've got a lot more connections in the criminal underworld. The Kane brothers are sort of higher up on the food chain, so they feel that because of their connections, they deserve a larger piece of. Of the Pie so they start, they start some some friction between them. And eventually there's a bar fight between this Vinnie. Mickelson and Brian Kane Nicholson Bites off Brian, canes ear shades and Mike Tyson there right over a couple of pints less Cain, who is a real psychopath he's he's GonNa kill, he's he's the bigger threat and they know he is GonNa Kill Rate Chuck Bennett and these other to the painters and dockers support the Kane brothers, so you've got basically the entire underworld gunning for rate, shock and Mickelson Prendergast because they've got all this money, and they've got the Kane brothers in their organization after them on. October nineteenth nineteen seventy-eight little bit over two years after the robbery less cain and his wife and kids come home for the evening and three men in Balaclavas break into the house, waving guns, and they took his wife and children to a bedroom and lock them in, told them be quiet. His wife recognized. Mickelson and Shock Prendergast a lot like this is a lot like the denney seifert murder. When his wife recognized Joey Joey Lombardo, they shot less Kane in the bathroom, shot him to death, and then they took his body through them in the trunk and drove him away..

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"robbery" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"robbery" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"He's not I don't do that. And about that time he found the dice in the handed them off to this foreman. Who would then lose you know? He does money out there, and he couldn't make pass for anything and the dice go around, and he finally get back to cowboy, and he said and they'd go out in the dark again and he'd get back then he'd make about five straight passes, and the only person fading him. Was this foreman? And that foreman was at a friend of mine, so I saw him a few days later and I said you know he was cheating you the other night and he said they said don't worry about it. Don't worry about it, said and and in hindsight also I realized he was just paying him off by intentionally. Letting cheating the former with you know lost about I've met a thousand bucks in about thirty minutes time that night, but I bet he didn't have many problems with the union. When somebody had agreements, they went to cowboy that was against his foreman, but he didn't have any problem at all about that. Grievance got got. Shit can pretty quick so. Most unions had those guys in there do that. Parlay that payphone money into quite an empire, so tell me about the great bookie robbery. This seems to be their masterpiece robbery Nineteen, seventy. So you get ray. Chuck puts his team together. They start training. He plans job. This shit's good. I mean. He rents an office two floors above the Victoria Glove at nighttime. They learn the building. They go throughout the building. They learn what's what they break into the Victoria Club at night and they they do practice runs really. They rigged the elevators, and they make them constantly jammed between floors and the elevators. Don't work, well, they they bypass the building security overnight. They cut the bolts of the fire escape door. They undo the bolts. They cut them in half, and then they lightly glue them. So that when they kicked, the Damn door kicked the fire escape door. It'll just explode. Right off the bolts. Totally the building I mean they're in the Victoria Club practicing this shit from their office overnight. They put together a bunch of of weapons. You know they're. They're working out every day getting in shape they each each man goes out separately to put together the weapons. They'll need because if they all go out and get all the guns. At one time, it will draw a lot of attention especially when this when this. When this job POPs off each uses for his men, three guys, rate junk is close to these other two guys Laurie Prendergast and Mickelson and they choose these two brothers, Brian and less. Than a couple of guys in Carol and normally so you've got these two factions of Ray Bennet Laurie, Brennan Gas and Vinnie Mickelson, and then Brian and less Kane and then two guys who were neutral I was looking at.

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"robbery" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"robbery" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Taking them manipulating them a little bit, and he got away with it for a while, even took part of mine and part of another guys that had something about Kansas, city and put it together and put up his own documentary. Based on mainly. Stolen Steph from mind again. Holiday my message. See me I think i. told this story before a him and I said do at least you can do is put up a reference to my website or something. He answered I said Okay. And he did. He's an honest bootlegger. Really really great bookie robbery that is A. Caper stories as you know holding the wall gang. I love doing that when I've worked on the purelator case, and I've got a book on just on the purelator case they kind of periphery hit. The outfit was one of the largest. Armored Car Accident Yeah armored car robbery was armored car headquarters robbery of pure late Robert. Let's see if I'd done another one? I can't remember I think I've done another one, but I love over the vault. We talked about the Aubrey movie. That movie's on prime now. Did I. Just got that the Guy Ray check. Bennett was known as the general because he acted as a general as tell me a little bit about this. Rachel Bennett Ray Chuck was was known as a really smart guy career criminal a criminal. Known as a planner he was. Well known bank, robber and smuggler. He left Australia in the in the seventies. He was part of what they call the kangaroo crew in England. I guess they were all a bunch of bunch of Aussies pulled a bunch of heists all over England. They probably didn't name themselves that. Good. It was probably signed to them. They pulled a bunch of heist. They did eventually get caught and they were sentenced to jail jailing while he was there, he met a British crew named the Wembley mob, and they were had these militaristic methods of robbery. They were really they were. They were all ex. Military guys I understood it, and they were really really by the book, and how they approach things kind of like a lot of the American Bank robbers did in the thirties they had they had a lot of..

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"robbery" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"robbery" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to hidden history. I'm your host kid chrome today. America's last train robbery when you think train rain robbery gang of horse-mounted Robert Stopping a coal fired locomotive then Robbie passengers and mail car. Then you've probably been watching you too many westerns. The nation's last train robbery took place high in the Siskiyou mountain range of Oregon nineteen twenty-three the train was a southern Third Pacific railroads goal special at left Portland October Eleventh Nineteen twenty-three knows Portland Oregon and traveled up this. This is cute mountains just south of Ashland Oregon. That's three. Dr Trevan Brothers waited brush on either side of the entrance of tunnel. Thirteen Roy ENRA- were identical twins. Third was younger brother. Hugh they figured that the Gold Special Mail car was carrying between five hundred thousand and five five million dollars in gold. They planned to rob the train and get away in a car but just the day before Roy was driving the car to the agreed upon placement. Mond when he went head on with a cow so they decided to hide in a nearby ravine for two weeks and split up the goal and make their getaway. They had a suitcase. The dynamite but no knowledge. How much do use Roy ray hopped aboard the train as it slowed for the tunnel? Hugh stood at the ready at the entrance when the attendant refuse to open the doors to the mail car. The brothers slid the entire suitcase of dynamite under the mail car. The explosion was so great eight that lifted the entire car off the tracks killing the attendant and setting fire to the wooden car in panic. Hugh Roy shot the Bregman as he emerged from the smoke and all three employees of the Southern Pacific were killed along the mailman. The brothers fled the scene. Hugh hitchhiked to Chicago and joined the army. Roy and Ray stayed on the move for four years. A two million dollar wanted poster blanketed the country. Meanwhile a scientists ientist from the University of California and the search applying their first USA forensic investigative techniques. Hugh was captured. I and sentenced I live in prison when the twins were captured they plea bargain to avoid the death penalty and also received life in prison. Roy could never rationalize she attempted. Crime and killings was diagnosed with schizophrenia and received a lobotomy and died in Oregon State Hospital for the insane. Nineteen eighty-three three was released from prison. For good behavior in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight but died of cancer. Three months after his release Ray was parole. Parole in one thousand nine hundred seventy three at the age of sixty one and died in a nursing home at eighty four at tunnel. Thirteen the side of the robbery. A wreath can be seen seen above the tunnel entrance retired police officer. Johnny Howard replaces it every year in memory of the victims. What is considered one of America's Erica's last train robberies train? Still climb the Cisco's pass through tunnel thirteen. They're made of metal knock wood and mail. Cars are guarded did by railroad security as for the gold dot. Mt Brothers were after there wasn't any gold and the gold special at all. It was simply blake. The name of the train.

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"robbery" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"robbery" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Robbery drug crimes kidnapping and homicide murder. why would you do why would you do it what is it explain it just recently Mecklenburg County set free of illegal aliens charged with first degree rape and crimes against the child. support for sanctuary cities is disloyalty to American citizens I'm a greedy once sanctuary cities with all of their protections for people that are serious criminals now. that's on the left crazy because all you call immigrants criminals know he clearly isn't. is that a good subject works in North Carolina I actually would not have thought so. but is it for a reason. by the late century cities are total madness just so we're clear I'll have more on the present in North Carolina map where he's got traffic on the five what's going on that first journey so far so good unless you're trying to dress up route was about four sixty five on the southeast side if you're trying to do that well you know the one that we have the closure in place until September twenty first that's about nine days from today nine days commutes until we practice open on a Saturday evening Saturday night eleven fifty nine PM is what the schedule says so we're going to be dealing with that has so far not a lot of residual off it inbound seventy is pretty pleasant and the moment that could change any second here same thing was sixty five coming in between the sports and everything down the four sixty five I'm looking at the north east side west bound for sixty five looking pretty good from sixty nine over to Alison bill wrote an inbound sixty nine pretty much open coming from ninety six three down to four sixty five have said could be today service like traffic sponsored by first time farmers market discover fresh thyme the grocery store where you always find high quality fresh organic foods aisle at the great prices of fresh thyme market farmers market fresh thyme farmers market real food real values I've met bear with traffic on the vice father was on Twitter W. I. B. C. traffic Hey this is my this is daisy leprosy is back you guys yes it's a bad in a nine to eleven right here on ninety three W. I. B. C...

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"robbery" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"robbery" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Robbery and use the top end of a criminal. That's almost like an honorable sixties crime. Yeah, this glamour, it's not known sin and financial crime and sex crimes of they arrive disgusting and ugly. Offenses of like, this is there is always the myth of night and even to the degree where some of the prison. Officers used to wanna get when you go and trout, I would have to accompany you Toco, and they would want to get on your trial because they found it more fascinating and may be gone on a trial with a terrorist case. So they would want to come in your trousers. But like you said when I. Inside environment that did it fostered. So of that mentality even more so inside me and after a year of being there. I went to the Old Bailey. I was in courtroom number free. And I'll never forget, I was I was sentenced by a judge God and his trial for conspiracy spiracy to rob. And I am basically I go offered I they cost. It was. It was a plea bargain. It was to save money. And they they offered me this display bargain. And I accepted it that. They was say it was I went guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery on that day, basically. And then we'll tonight rope. They drop that she dropped cases where a genuine it didn't even do them. I generally didn't. I. They shot they Ahmad. Anyway, they drop these day drop these offenses. And then that then I was potentially looking at sixteen years in prison, and to me is an eight year old kid that was the end of it was that hit me because I food sixteen years now. No, we often probably ought to serve that years of it. But if I that moment when you when you see this turns around and says, I've never been to prison before to this point. And he says you look in sixteen years, I'm not dot com today. And he said, no you're looking at sixteen years. So they offered me they gave me five years. And when I got sentenced, I remember laughing all the place in the footwell because at that point. I wasn't in mathematics. I did a year and for our every year and a half before be out. So they they transferred me about to L, and then I moved me to to a young offenders and because the night downgraded me from category presents to a normal young offender because north Skyping sense. The length for time isn't justifiable and the ad to be you have to be serving a minimum of ten.

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