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"roselli" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

05:16 min | Last month

"roselli" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

"And i'm like you know. I want people to have exfoliating and a mini facial before makeup. Because it's just gonna help everything way so much nicer on the skin and then we came out with waterbomb water leaks in water oil and it just helps the foundation go on so much better especially for mature skin and speaking of mistakes you know what mistakes or people making and i think that's one of the biggest things is. They're not prepping the skin. Before makeup times people would just put primer on there and primer just basically as a film former on the skin. so if you've ever put primer on the that is a little bit to what i call gooky when you apply foundation on top of it your foundations just gonna slide everywhere and you're not going to get the coverage unless you're doing stipple techniques and it's just going to be a little bit of a mess and so that is really key when it comes to you know choosing what you're going to prep the skin with but most importantly to it's not your foundation. It's your skin prep and a lot of times. What i find you know women making a mistake. No matter what the age is they're always using the wrong textures of foundation. They don't know how to shop for foundation because they watch you two or whatever and the latest influence. Her is kind of talking about the latest foundation. And things like that and then they buy it and then they get at home and they're really kind of like unimpressed with it and that usually because you know is that texture super matt well. I don't know for a lot of people that superman texture is not gonna look good on a more mature skin. Tone that dry dehydrated. It's just going to suck up all the water content and that's gonna read flat on the skin so between the texture of your foundation your skin. Prep that's really the key of getting a really ageless beauty. Look and you know a little cream..

"roselli" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

05:52 min | Last month

"roselli" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

"What is this one of your groups on facebook. And i know you're on mighty networks now and i just want to let you know that that changed everything for me because i joined it. I found my people. I joined all of the groups. All of them that you had like for the first time in a long time i found my tribe and there i've made two really close friends nika ambrosia and catrine levi nico was on the podcast. We talked about cups will make makeup bags and episode fourteen and catrine. We talked about sanitation an episode seventeen but she also edited my book in german. And that's because of you and the community created. There was no way. I would have made it without like just the connections that you made so so. It's a small world. Everybody thinks it's a huge community. But it's not an it's because of people like you who create this. No thank you. So let's go back to the topic. What is mature skin. And it'd be the industry and what is mature skin. Because i think we all have these ideas of what it is. And i know i have mine but for the context of our conversation like let's define what we're talking about when we're talking about mature skin. When i was in as petition school. They told me that mature skin was skin over the age of twenty five. So if that's the case then i'm a fossil so you know at fifty two what is mature skin so my best friend is sixty and she looks like she's forty but i also know twenty five year olds who look seventy because either. They didn't wear sunscreen or they didn't moisturizer properly or they had bad skin-care rituals so to me mature skin. You know. I don't like to put a number on anything to me. Mature skin as the health of the skin but i guess in clinical textbook sort of way maybe mature skin starts at the age of twenty five because usually twenty five is when we start to think about you know. I hate using this term anti aging products. Because there's no such thing as anti-aging right we're all going to age if we are blessed and lucky. We're all going to age but we do start to think about that because of beauty industry has told us. That's what we need to start carrying about to me. I look at it. I approach it more of like the health of the skin. What kind of radiance the skin can you know. Look where it's ageless and it looks healthy for whatever age that you are so i guess that's kind of a roundabout answer of like you know who the hell knows. But you know. I guess mature skin for me is really anybody over the age of forty because that is definitely when i turned forty. That's when i started really noticing a lot of changes in my skin and then once forty five hit. It was like literally woke up every morning. And i was like where did that guy come from. And then when i hit fifty it was like what and so you know. I think it's just really just depends on the individual. And that's kind of how i like to base it because everybody's skin is so different. I love that question number. Two i have. Where does one start when it comes to apply makeup on mature skin. And then we'll get into what are some of the most common mistakes you see both makeup artists and mature makeup. Where's making obviously. There's two things that i love for people of a certain age. I don't even know if. I like the word mature but i'm gonna go with it because i don't know what else to call it. Seasoned were seasoned. We're seasoned one of the biggest things that i can tell you..

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"roselli" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"roselli" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Conk out about an hour ago here at the broadcasting location, so been sitting in the dark on hoping it would come back. Crossing my fingers so we could proceed with our program at a few minutes ago, Boom. There it was. So we have two great guests lined up for this evening. True crime is the overall theme, and we're talking crime of the upper echelon variety hitmen assassination plots. Union corruption, political corruption, murders, mobsters, mafia kingpins, drug smuggling, You name it, and the one common denominator is my humble hometown Las Vegas. In the second half tonight, gentlemen, Johnny the dapper gangster Johnny Roselli. Without spoiling the ending, Roselli met Avery bad ending a grisly end. Even but what a life he led in between a sort of a mob ambassador. The middleman for several Mafia families across the country. He flew a little too close to the sun. I think when he got involved with the CIA plot to kill Fidel Castro, CIA recruited the mob to do the deed. The story of Johnny Roselli handsome Johnny Is the name of the book and leased servers. The author. It's a rocking ride. He'll be here a little bit later. First, though, the story of a man who was sort of his own mob he he mixed with the Mafia. He tangled with the Mafia. He did business with him as well. If you smoked weed in the 19 seventies, you probably sample the product of one Jimmy Chagra, a Las Vegas high rolling gambler from Texas, a generous tipper, legendary in that regard and king pin of a drug empire. Global drug drug empire that was implicated in murders and other mayhem. Shaggy's story has been told here and there and bits and pieces, including some news reports that I've written over the years. But the guy who's really dug into the legend is a Las Vegas writer named Jack. She and a colleague and friend of mine for decades who met and interviewed shag rug before he met his maker, Fascinating character, and by that, I mean Jimmy, while Jack is too And I know you're going to enjoy this conversation. Jack joins me momentarily our Web master Sean and I have pulled together our usual assortment of items and oddities. We call it nap snooze. You can check it out on the Coast website while you're there. Check out how to become a coast insider. The cost is pennies.

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"roselli" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"roselli" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What they were doing and then Roselli ended up Johnny Rizzoli became Johnny in the drop as he's getting ready to tell maybe this Senate church committee or maybe as the house committee a more about the attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro whom some believe was connected to the JFK assassination and there are there is research I don't necessarily agree with it but Roselli was killed and stuffed into a drum and thrown into a bay off of Florida I I think it is letter letter years there and early seventies Rizzoli was talking a little bit too much publicly for the the liking of his compadres with and the mop and he along with Sam Giancana who was killed a year before him in his basement in Chicago these guys were were eliminated when they started talking and there's a I was elected mayor you may learn to fear deeply involved in the mob and you know a lot of things you probably ought to take those to your grave and in the case of gunners alley as you said he he was killed and chopped up and put in a fifty five gallon drum and dumped in the ocean each other better the the thirty one you know the way they set it up it was supposed to go to the bottom of the ocean never to be seen again but as it turned out of the the fifty five gallon drum Bob back up to the surface and some some modernizing the both found it and that was that we learned what happened to him the other Howard Hughes connection to CIA that you cover in the book is the Glomar explorer and I've always loved that story this modified ship that is has a a secret mission tell us what use involved it was and what the Glomar explorer ended up doing yeah so the Glomar explorer was a a research ship modified ship that was put together by the CIA are using a number of different defense contractors to help them put it together and did what they wanted to do was they want to secretly poll a Soviet submarine from the bottom of the ocean in the Pacific Ocean somewhere near Hawaii and the the federal you know this is the C. I. A.'s through military technology was able to discover this that the submarine had at sunken and that is and where has it entered the curve and so they wanted to retrieve it so this is the Cold War and that was at the height of the Cold War they wanted to find out what a Soviet submarine look like how it operated what information might be contained in that separate and so they put together the ship and they all of this technology to hold literally pull the submarine from the floor of the ocean up into an opening in the ship and then secretly take it back to the land where they could study so what they needed to do though you can't pretty hard to hide one of these judge that's right so people are gonna wonder what you're doing so they came up with a whole rules and entire front story for this ship and what they did and said that Howard Hughes wanted to do undersea mining and let's use wanted to do was he wanted to create this most advanced ship so that he could retrieve the manganese naturals from the bottom of the ocean magazines was good L. diable you know commodity and you could retrieve these nozzles using the latest technology so everything was under the ruse of Howard Hughes was the entrepreneur that he was and that he was this was his latest venture in fact this was a CIA operative C. I. A. operation from the beginning and in fact they did retrieve the suffering it's really an astonishing story they found the location they had they they they sunk these though their device down to the bottom of the ocean they attached to the submarine and they started pulling it up through the water extraordinary the store nearly difficult thing to do with the water pressure in the wake of the submarine so they get the submarine about halfway up they figure we're almost home free when the double the things that are attached to the submarine giveaway and part of the submarine breaks off and falls back to the bottom of the sea but they were able to retrieve the other half of the submarine and they brought it up and they did study it sadly there were six Soviet man in the mid the bodies of those six men were were retrieved from the wreckage and recovered and those guys were given a formal burial at sea which is very properly done actually filmed it so they could prove to the Soviets what they have done this later but you know they did find some information they learned a few things about submarines actually what they've done they learn as the Soviets were way behind technologically that this thing was was held together with bailing wire you know it was not a great machine as they had feared that it would be a fair that that that's what we throw away out of us and in fact they were not this so called the claw that was attached to the ship that allow them to bring this up you is you're right it's with static name port called Clementine and it was built by Lockheed skunk works of people known for aerospace technology do you to the SR seventy one area fifty one in fact absolutely I mean you heard the other companies that were involved with the Glomar explorer where all of the major defense contractors that we know about who were doing super secret stuff whether the very fifty one worked out in the ocean and you know your views with us you know that the engineers that were you know one of those what are really the key to the Cold War to winning the Cold War right there's so many different ways in which technology played a role in our ultimately winning that that Warren and this is an example of that where we were able to you know the CIA the government was able to spend so much money of course to put this together and they put together this ruse that years wasn't part of it was genius really and it was so the the the CIA came up with that idea and the Howard Hughes corporation once was happy to participate that use a tool company did have a piece of the action they were they were built part of this machinery that was used to retrieve the submarine so about that but you know his it is pretty funny I did another burglary which mention the burglary of the Hank Greenspun safe in Las Vegas earlier another burglary this out of Howard Hughes's headquarters in California in June nineteen seventy four that's when the press finally got a hold of the information about this Walmart store and it was because somebody had burglarized the place and by happenstance there was a document there that talked about it that document ended up finding its way into the hands of the of the media and became the story that we've learned about overtime really not even all the details came out to tell you just a few years ago we're talking with Jeff Schumacher whose book Howard Hughes power paranoia and palace intrigue is a terrific read a lot of untold stories about Howard Hughes especially as years of mass Vegas we come back we'll open up the phone lines get a little info from you and input if.

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"roselli" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"roselli" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Were doing and then Roselli ended up Johnny Rizzoli became Johnny in a drop as he's getting ready to tell maybe this Senate church committee or maybe as the house committee a more about the attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro whom some believe was connected to the JFK assassination and there are there is research I don't necessarily agree with it but Roselli was killed and stuffed into a drum and thrown into a bay off of Florida I I think it is whether latter years there and early seventies Rizzoli was talking a little bit too much publicly for the the liking of his compadres with and the mop and he along with Sam Giancana who was killed a year before him in his basement in Chicago these guys were on were eliminated when they started talking and there's a I was elected mayor you can learn to fear deeply involved in the market you know a lot of things you probably ought to take those to your grave and in the case of gunners alley as you said he he was guild and chopped up and put in a fifty five gallon drum and dumped in the ocean he should have been the the thirty one you know the way they set it up it was supposed to go to the bottom of the ocean never to be seen again but as it turned out of the the fifty five gallon drum Bob back up to the surface and some some Magaddino both found it and that was then we learned what happened to him the other Howard Hughes connection to C. I. A. that you cover in the book is the Glomar explorer and I've always loved that story this modified ship that is has a secret mission tell us what user involvement was and what the Glomar explorer ended up doing yes so the Glomar explorer was a assocham modified ship that was put together by the CIA are using a number of different defense contractors to help them put it together and did what they wanted to do was they want to secretly poll a Soviet submarine from the bottom of the ocean in the Pacific Ocean somewhere near Hawaii and the the federal you know this is the C. I. A.'s through military technology was able to discover this that the submarine had at sunken and that is and where has it entered the curve and so they wanted to retrieve it so this is the Cold War and that was at the height of the Cold War they wanted to find out what a Soviet submarine look like how it operated what information might be contained in that summary and so they put together the ship and they all of this technology to hold literally called the submarine from the floor of the ocean up into an opening in the ship and then secretly take it back to the land where they could study so what they needed to do though you can't pretty hard to hide one of these giant steps right so people are gonna wonder what you're doing so they came up with a whole rooms and entire front story for the ship and what they did and said that Howard Hughes wanted to do undersea mining and let's use wanted to do was he wanted to create this most advanced ship so that he could retrieve these manganese not goals from the bottom of the ocean manganese was good in all valuable you know commodity and you could retrieve his nostrils using the latest technology so everything was under the ruse of Howard Hughes was the entrepreneur that he was that he was this was his latest venture in fact this was a CIA operative C. I. A. operation from the beginning and in fact they did retrieve the suffering it's really an astonishing story they found the location they had they they they sunk news the other device down to the bottom of the ocean the attached to the submarine and they started pulling it up through the water extraordinary the store nearly difficult thing to do with the water pressure in the wake of the submarine so they get the submarine about halfway up they figure we're almost home free when the double of the things that are attached to the submarine giveaway and part of the submarine breaks off and falls back to the bottom of the sea but they were able to retrieve the other half of the submarine and they brought it up and they did study it sadly there were six Soviet men in women the bodies of those six men were were retrieved from the records that they recovered and those guys were given a formal burial at sea was very properly done actually filmed it so they could prove to the Soviets that they have done this later but you know they did find some information they've learned a few things about submarines actually what they've done they learned that the Soviets were way behind technologically but the thing was was held together with bailing wire you know it was not a great machine as they had feared that would be a fair bit consult with her whereabouts and in fact they were not this so called the the claw that was attached to the ship that allow them to bring this up you is you're right it's best they had a nickname for called Clementine and it was built by Lockheed skunk works of people known for aerospace technology do you to the SR seventy one area fifty one in fact absolutely I mean you heard the other companies that were involved with the Glomar explorer where all of the major defense contractors that we know about who were doing super secret stuff whether it's a very fifty one worked out in the ocean and you know you deserve this you know the the engineers that were you know one of those was that really the key to the Cold War to winning the Cold War right there's so many different ways in which technology played a role in our ultimately winning that that Warren and this is an example of that where we were able to you know the CIA the government was able to spend so much money of course to put this together and they put together this rule is that use was in front of it was genius really and it was so the the the CIA came up with that idea and the Howard Hughes corporation once was happy to participate that use a tool company did have a piece of the action they were they were built part of this machinery that was used to retrieve the submarine so they got that but you know his it is pretty funny added another burglary with mention of burglary attack response safe in Las Vegas earlier another burglary this of Howard Hughes whose headquarters in California in June nineteen seventy four that's when the press finally got a hold of the information about this Walmart's floor and it was because somebody had burglarized the place and by happenstance there was a document there that talked about it that document ended up finding its way into the hands of the of the media and became the story that we learned about over time really not even all the details came out to tell you just a few years ago we're talking with Jeff Schumacher whose book Howard Hughes power paranoia and palace intrigue is a terrific read a lot of untold stories about Howard Hughes especially is here's a mosque Bagus we come back we'll open up the phone lines get a little info from you and input.

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"roselli" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"roselli" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

"Close it up okay. We forgot about this. I do know and I really think are funny. I think you know now you did. I'll I'll set it up. You get a rose. We did arose of Chris Phillips. Oh Yeah so we bought at the stratosphere you got up and did ten minutes ten minutes and laid into Chris Villa. I'll never forget my camera introduce me. And he said we couldn't get Marie Osmond so instead of me run in danger. Dana Elliott this great. That was a great roast. Actually yeah so I did and I thought Oh. No one's GonNa Latin. I'm not like edgy. And Fun but I think I got some pretty good last in the audience and I had a blast doing it I enjoyed it. I could see you become emboldened as you went through. Oh people think this is funny but I think they didn't think some of those things would come out of my mouth right but since then there's all these things that I see I mean and even in from the news world and dealing with my mom's reaction to things things and with me from facebook and social like the things that I see been driving me nuts as a whole the whole thing nearly perfect. I always texts me and says you know they say or they said and I'm like who said I just said that you just watch my livestream. Who is say it's me or base said it's going to be eighty degrees in Las Vegas? I meant like why are we being. It's recite your music. I saw him the facebook that the that I know I posted that yesterday. Oh there was that you got you got too much rouge on On a commercial break rouge I love it but no I have a couple things and whenever I'm on planes I start adding down my notes Some really funny stuff and I was actually with my friend. She's a friend of mine. Debbie Gibson and I was started Debbie Gibson telling her story and she's like you know what you're right. I can see you. It's standup comic. You're very there's something about you. Where do you go with this? You can go to an open mic or you're going to. I don't know so I didn't think Monday night. Great thing at the at the sand. Something sand dollar. Yeah yeah there's a fan something. Try this place before before right so I've got to. Here's I'm just GonNa Skansi my notes. These are minorities go real a one day. There's an Improv thing. Coming to town at the springs. Preserve Deserve Okay second city. They're coming to do some workshops and I thought maybe I should do that. Paul and Matt Mattingly Improv. Guys in Matt Donnelly helped me with the show Biz rose some of the content. They're talking about. Yeah so anyway. I'm thinking about it now. I'm going to do it like under the radar are and see how it goes. And then I'll invite you strangers to see how they react. Are doing a midnight a late night. Thing that Jimmy Kimmel. I think they're going to be bringing some developing comics. Well tonight show so. Can I just go and just like stand up. I don't mind because everyone's drunk. They'll laugh anyway you hope so hope. They're drinking they laugh at. Maybe we just trunk and I think I have some funny stuff. But we'll see I love the idea. Yeah so maybe that'll be is one of my side gigs. Has Anybody ever taken. A helicopter turned on the news. Anybody out there. Let me tell you what this is like. Oh yeah you know and then then the four thirty. AM newscasters a whole bunch there. I mean we're half ready at four thirty often during the campaign man as the half hour goes on we get better and better looking. Always say satirical newscast. Ah We always used to take down notes if we could really say what we want to say or this is how this would come out if this were Saturday. This is how it would go and we're like wouldn't that be fun to actually talk to mark Chinook about doing a mondays dark around that kind of a funny Saturday night. Live kind of all newscasts type deal. Yeah comedy comedy Just kind of have some fun with it and I said maybe one day but maybe now's the time I don't know but just to kind of just it's just the stuff that people think the news I mean I can't tell you how many dates I've gone out on people say they were blooper tape out their view and I'm like what is such a weird question but people think you've blooper tape of your coat cl- like all my mistakes cope like that's like I feel like bloop and bloopers are so like twenty years. We didn't have too too many bad moments considering the whole time right when I was on except for the night that t- The day I cut myself shave shaving woman who kept writing in that. You wouldn't look at the camera. Yeah dotty booker to Yemen. Daddy I think it was dotty dotty role but I enjoyed talking with you and you coming on the midday show because I felt you know Knowledgeable about the topics that we talked about. So I was able to ask you questions home harder. Your different animal and it's difficult it is and I think live. TV is is something to who are your. Your knowledge comes in here knowledge. Base of the things you've been to and you've seen it. I remember Justin. Bruce said to me once I think I interviewed Joe Coy and he said you know that was a really good interview. It's difficult to interview comedians. And keep in a three and a half minutes so you gotTa keep it in you know and I said well thanks and I said you know what about four years ago he or three years ago. It was when I was in radio. Please come to my show. Please come true so I went and I think because I saw the show it was just. It made our interview so much better because I was able to kick in questions and explain to the audience. This is what he's about and this is what he does so ask the right questions. Yeah well it was hard getting back to the earlier. It's hard when you're when and you have to be in in the morning. You can't always get to the things that will help you researcher your interview questions so you rely on second reading it or researching it on watching different wake watching clips but to go Yeah to go out and actually experience something like in on whatever your experiences. The golf show or the Brian Newman show these late night. Hangs that we like so much and be able to talk about them is really valuable so but whatever it is. Dr Support it thank you. I'm happy that you came to be on podcasts. Yes finally finally yes. God Khakis time we do anything you will be fully UH locked and loaded whatever it is locked. Yeah ready to roll. It's been fun. I've enjoyed the break-in again. You know. Thanks for everyone out there for just being courteous and asking the questions and the messages and don't plan to to leave Las Vegas But never never say never but I don't think so that's not in my plan so I love it here. I wouldn't bet on it. I would bet on newstalk all right. You thank you so much. Thank you thanks. Once more to Dana Rosselli for joining us on podcasts. We'll be back next Monday and every Monday so make sure you subscribe. Grab on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. What is happening in the column? You might be asking yourself as well see my coverage of the finale of Donny and Marie show at Flamingo. Las Vegas it was an emotional experience siblings clothed and eleven year. Run as Donny said afterwards. This is more than closing a show. It is the end of an era. He is working on a new album and Marie is a CO host on. CBS daytime. Talk show the talk. CEELO SEE low. Green is the next announced headliner at that Flamingo showroom. He's performing sixteen shows from March twenty fourth. Through August. Second this is his third strip residency. I attended two tapings of live with Kelly and Ryan at Paris theatre. Shania Twain showed up to talk about cooking dinner for David Copperfield. Really early. She does that Christina. Aguilera talked about her five sensory show on the Strip which caused Kelly Ripa to say. Hey our show needs one. Sensory both Twain and Agra are Zippo stater resident headliners. I was on stage with Aerosmith at Park Theatre last Tuesday night. I was actually in the VIP section. Just a few feet from the band and listening to the band's audio feed in my ear buds. This is an experience offered to the public. During the band's deuces are wild residency see at Park. Mgm All that and more in cats.

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"roselli" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"roselli" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

"Enjoyed that part of it too. When you Kinda go off the script it can be challenging? But it's also that the little high gives you a little higher like okay. We're going to go with this. And how are we going to do. And then you're really proud of it when you're finished and you feel like you really you know got information you got all the information out there but I mean I think things are going to absent streaming and twitter and facebook and instagram. And it's it's just gotTa be everywhere now so you need need to have teams in a newsroom. That do all those things now. I see you watch a lot of cable news. You know in my life and when when it usually when I'm writing it's on at at my place and I see you sometimes we'll watch like CNN anchors in the afternoon into the evening Brianna Keller's and those those types of people. WH Why wouldn't you be interested or in place to be one of them. Have you ever looked into that. That area ever investigated a national platform like that because it seems like it would very well suited for that type of role. Yeah thank you I mean I don't know I guess I feel like Erin Burnett. I mean sometimes it's funny you get into. I moved around a lot in New York state three different markets and it was two years here two years there. Pack up the car and then when you move to learn all you know everything about it and you make your friend then you move began you move again. You move again when I moved out here a lot of be another two years and then I love the community. In at the time when I was at channel I kept kind of getting promoted through the different positions. It just happened that way and I was happy. I just thought well I met a lot of great. People are really like this town. I'm seeing and so I kind of made my way and I felt like my contact list and my knowledge of this town I invested so much in it and you know loved the people that I just thought. Well I like it here. I think I wanNA stay and I guess I I. I don't know I don't want to say. I don't think I'm good enough because I have confidence in myself but I don't know if packing everything up and moving to to New York City and being on CNN is me. I don't know and so I haven't pushed it and I also thought I probably need another another big market under my belt before I can get there you know and that would take you know moving from Las Vegas to Philly Boston. You know what L. A.. And then going from there so I always thought I kinda like it here and I've never been that person that really how fantasize about I need to be on TV. I just need to have a voice and connect with people and I think that's why you've noticed that I take on the twitter Role I like. I've always answered people and answering messages ages and I and that's another thing that was a lot of pressures you're getting story ideas and you're getting all sorts of things. Direct message tweets people complimenting his people wanting more information and you gotta take the time to answer all those. And I'm a person who answers. I just really feel like I don't like to ignore people so connecting in that way so I don't know why I never have tried try to. I just thought I like it here and you want to stay. I've invested. Yeah I do WANNA stay here. I always say unless there wasn't a credible amazing opportunity -tunities that I couldn't pass up you know. There are few cities big cities that I would go to that. I know if I'd have to know some people in there. I just don't want to start all over. I felt felt like I started all over so many times. That even in Las Vegas No I mean like just before that always starting over new making new friends finding my way learning the town and I was just I was tired of it and I just felt like I'm happy here. What are what are your options? What are you wearing right now? There's much you can say I'm looking. I'd like to say that I'm looking harder than I am because I am looking but I am enjoying the downtown but You know I have talked to a lot of different but I'm thinking I I'm thinking outside of TV and Exploring exploring those options. Because I've never thought about it and I thought maybe it's time and I thought well you know the way that things are going and changing. I think I need to maybe get some other experience under my belt but that uses uses the skills that I have however it is difficult to. What's on paper? You GotTa get in front of people to. It's an interesting thing to explain. When you're a news anchor like if I were to say that they wouldn't know half the things that I did it would know you're a mentor? You help lead the meetings in the morning. You're coming up with contel tally. You're checking facts. Are doing all these different things you know. And and so it's getting that out there going. What what where does that come into play for another type of position? Where would I be good and so I'm trying to figure that all out I I've been thinking a lot about you know like digital marketing and that kind of thing because you like you said I do love the online stuff and sometimes I'm like even to my friends ends in all sorts of businesses in town? Mike you're not doing this or you need. You should do this and then and then I get a thank you after like thanks for that really worked we we you know we sold this many more tickets or hey we've got this many more phone calls and I thought I should be making money doing that but I want to be in media. Maybe some journalism is a marketing. And I've I'm trying to figure that out what I'm doing a lot of researching and figuring out what I don't WanNa do what does that. What does that entail well? But don't you want to do well. I just feel like I don't know I know that I don't know if I don't want to say because I feel like cool. What if something came up and she said she didn't want to do that so I just I don't know there's certain things and I'm like well maybe I would like to? You know what I feel like. It's it's for sure as I really love Las Vegas and I enjoy talking about Las Vegas in away selling Las Vegas Telling People Las Vegas and I don't know if I really want to belong or be part of like one thing that I can only talk about that because there are restrictions when you work for companies and so I don't Wanna I don't WanNA quiet my voice. I guess that's what I'm trying to say about my love of the town and the things in the experience gained in the people I know in the things that I know about still Wanna be able to talk about all those things so I guess I don't really WanNa position that's like you know it worked for this. This and we live breathe in this and you gotTa talk about this and you gotta always tweet about this and I don't want that right now that you've had you've had An you've been here for a while. Now they've had some downtime. What have you been doing would have some of the highlights of the of viewing experiencing the city? There could be a way to get an idea of that process. I mean it's specially right and it's been enjoying some of the events that I haven't been able to a lot of friends that have shows like you've never seen my show. You know that kind of trying to use legends. And that's the first time I've seen it since like literally when I moved here I know and so I was able to go see that had a blast brought her out long. My friend friend Mike Doria Frank Marino offering free now. We laughed on the on with you too. Yeah and even Michelson. Gosh it's such a new. You like you feel so present. It's such A. You're not that you weren't a good time before but you just seem like you're really enjoying and I am. I'm looking at the show and I'm listening to the music and I'm laughing and I feel awake. You don't don't have to go and do anything with right now exactly and that was fun to see Franken that and just to see the cast but I've been going to You know I had you you. Were there might caprio twenty verse. Ry Renew our new French. Sean mcallister and Shane got married. Able to go to that You know been spending spending some time with some of my good friends in town and meeting up with some people for lunch I have been Obviously looking in browsing around for jobs went to visit my girlfriend in Miami Miami for a few days Plans to see the family at Thanksgiving and Just you know talking with people and catching up. And it's just been taken walks in the morning. which is great my friend? 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"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

15:23 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Anyway Wilkerson Inter introduced hard up to To Rosanna they got on. Mexico have a quickie key marriage because her parents didn't want her involved in any sexual activity until she was married quickly. Get an adult fly back to La. Her Dad finds out about this has her admitted to psychiatric facility where she has therapeutic electroshock treatment so every time you look up and that's that's a that's a fascinating the episode at Least Service Book but every time you look up Roselli's destroyed in the middle of one interesting thing after another after another. He was even he even Jane. One Jayne Mansfield Mansfield early shows out in Las Vegas at the Tropicana Rosellini put that together. So every time you look Roselli's in the middle of something really a fascinating character. Yeah you got to admire guy that can walk the walk the line like that and have one foot in both worlds and keep everybody happy. Until he was seventy one years is old or seventy two. I wonder if there's a lot of speculation about why he was killed and I think some people speculate because he brought down all eight the the The hearings after JFK was killed when that whole CIA block came out. I don't I don't know about that but he must I he does. He's not a kind of guy that stole from anybody. I can't imagine although he probably did cheap. People other mobsters along the way. I'd never really heard any speculation other than because the heat that came out of the the hearings after JFK was killed in CIA blunt. But you heard anything else. There's yeah there's that speculation salaciously Garett was down South Florida. He was he was living in south Florida at the time. And so yeon there's some suspicion that you know he'd fallen out of favor with the power breath. Y You know there was a new power regime in in the in the in the Chicago alphabet that he wasn't in with as much as he had been with with the crowd and so He was expendable about that. That's one theory and other is he wasn't kicking back up enough from Las Vegas to Chicago's up several the theories floating around with going on forty five years now and there's no it's unsolved and most of the players who were involved aren't around anymore. So you know to me it Franks is one of the great mob ministries. It's up there with the Hoffa the HOFFA killing again. The rosella thing doesn't get as much play but I think it will start getting some play because you know Lee Server. Tell me that there's some early discussions about turning his book into a movie Very few mob figures were involved in in his much. Hi Romance High Drama High Scandal as Roselle including two of the real big interesting powerbases. That have a lot of appeal to people Los Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Yeah that's true. We were talking about that. That that much has been done about a Los Angeles mob scene and there's a lot of information out there about it just in disparate places Jimmy Friday Yano Heads up you know really Detailed book about his activities and you know his each. She's got started out there so then the boats I looked up after we talked about the gambling boats. And there's quite a little bit of information about that so subculture the gambling boats were the precursors nurses to Las Vegas and the whole thing all the gambling out of Los Angeles Area Southern California is was going on. And that's where Las Vegas game from basically basically back east some of the Mickey some of the Los Angeles mob in Mafia play sorta derided as Mickey Mouse Mafia. If you but it was a lot more significant than than that it was because of the money involved in places like Los Angeles and in Las Vegas. We haven't even touched on the the on the on the race wire that that was a big part of the Los Angeles seen too so there was just a lot a lot of money at play in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. That Roselle was sort of the captain of all that and in the real big money making years in addition to the CIA things you know He. There are so many things he's he's involved in but I think you could look at at the high drama and the romance and all those sorts of things that came out of Los Angeles and Las Vegas and there's a lot more significant than than that that then a lot of people really realize you know I just have to think of another Speculation I believe I heard this from wed when read with Matt Former Chicago outfit Some people call them rat but I call even undercover agent. Because they didn't have a case on him he volunteered appeared and said hey. I'll work on these guys for because they're ripping everybody off and it has any kind of business that that they can get their hooks into and Frank Swiss. I think red domain. The Franks weeks was down in Florida. Around this time enact nude in and he was a killer for that CHICAGO OUTFIT FIT hierarchy. Jomon at that time. When after Giancana left the Giancana was gone and he went way back with Roselle? And you had. Ah You know new people running everything and and so that you know. I don't know I think red put him down at the suspect in that which wouldn't surprise me if that guy was around the same state and somebody got killed. Why so red? He's his assertion is that is that that that's who bumped off Roselle from I'm Shay cargo. Yeah it's not lost on him that he was down there at the same time that Rosella gets killed in Florida so yeah I have to give give them some credence. It's a great mystery and you know we're about to find out right now we're in the mid. I'm sort of bouncing around a little bit. But right now the the the other I think huge Bob Misery of course is the HAFA killing. And that's about to pop up with the with the with the movie. The Irishman coming out. But I think rose Eli's is up there. You got got a guy who is a major major player like like Rosalie floating floating in a fifty fifty five gallon oil drums. It's kind of hard to get the body exempt. Many smaller they cut off. They cut his legs off and put them in so he I think he had a Terry cloth gag on his in his mouth all covering his mouth and so it was a pretty brutal. His body. I think was badly decomposed. I think at the time as as would be obvious. Yeah Yeah but you know big mystery to this day Gary there's there's Speculation but nobody really knows who dumped him off interesting all right. Well Larry. This has been great. Let's wind this thing down. You mentioned a book That you re used to research that Mitch. Net Book and folks put linked the Amazon page for this book. Talk About Twenty eighteen lease server whose Who has has written some highly highly acclaimed biographies? Ava Gardner Mitchum Sandra Four. That film director wrote a book. That's called handsome Johnny. And so it's it's created a lot of interest revived a lot of interest in in in Rosselli and a very very very very interesting book very well researched book and in the blog. Post I did for the mob museum. I exchanged some emails server. And he gave me some good insight insight into how he found out in research in the book. Let me just say add one more to by the way Gary bouncing around. I think there are three great mob mysteries mysteries. Maybe more I forgot the bugsy. So there's there's Hoffa there's no cell. In his Bugsy Siegel those three mob ministries. We need to know what the answer is. To those those three great mob ministries ashtrays. It's too bad that they didn't that that evidence collection was so crappy back that if they save some bunch I ever stop APP that had DNA on it. We could go to a week ago. These What do you call it these DNA databases and get a relative? Maybe they've already in ancestry dot com. It's all those mysteries the evidence collection as former officer. Oh you know this better than anybody remember the to you did the thing about the two tonys On those famous pictures Frano shot the two guys from Kansas City out Out there scamming. The famous pitchers Gary of the car. The two tonys were shot in out in out in Hollywood all all those citizens standing around the car. Smoking into the forensic evidence was was a nightmare but there is really only changed in the last few years. I've got a picture I've just working on this movie about the Mix of Allah and Karl Spiro. Warren Kansas City. And I'm looking at some old pictures from one thousand nine hundred four. Was the last one of these guys that got killed in a demob were There's a picture of the Carla the little dealership the shack where he was sitting and blew him in his wheelchair. Up and out into the parking lot. And there's a body not laying there with a canvas over. There's policemen stand around taking notes. And looking you know gathered evidence and pictures. There's a little kid about a ten year old body pick it up. The cameras. Let underneath awarded by the way I am privileged to have seen some clips of Gary's upcoming documentary and it is fantastic. That Kansas City Sparrow and Sevilla war was is a classic down beyond classic bombings and killings and grudges the lead to as Gary's reported which leads you really some surveillance audio broke up the Tropicana Scam. So yeah it's really interesting. We have a segment in the movie. Where I say but bill housing my FBI agent? Who was the case agent on that? Uh Skim case say that they planted one bud to learn about murder Speros and they learned about Las Vegas and then after they kind of got going on Las Vegas plan another bug to learn about Las Vegas and and they learn more than you'd ever WanNa know about the sparrows. Now I've I've got the transcript from that audio of the The audio as just using actors to let you be able to hear the Sevilla's plot and blasted Howard they gotta get the the the sparrows and one interesting thing is. They're complaining about how they're geyser is. Your Lazy won't do anything and out of order. Give away too much of what you got covered by looking forward to it. The way that old school savell Valla crowd was happy with the younger Spero guys with the bell bottoms laureated I what did what did they say. Gary Hippies did like. I can't wait to see that documentary. Gary I'm looking for too. I learned so now. How do people get hold of you? They got the Bob Museum blog once a month. Archiving those in the past. So yeah the MOB news. Yeah sorry to cut you off air. Yeah the mob museum dot Org. Um once a month he shows up. It's called the mob and pop culture. Its so on their blog tab on the mob museum website. And that's that's where I am. Email Larry Henry five g mail dot com if you got any tips or thoughts. I'm on facebook. I do a lot of corresponding by facebook. Messenger is just a real quick way to reach out to people because it's instant but yeah Larry Henry five of gmail.com and then go to the museum website and one last thing Larry is He's kept the MOB World Summit Golan one for Bob Authors and filmmakers. So there's been two of them now we we did a couple of back in two thousand thirteen and then there's another other guy was doing it and he since died they quit doing them mob. Larry revived out in Las Vegas two years ago and then last year I was unable to attend but last year they were or at the gangster museum in Hot Springs. Arkansas which was interesting location. Let's next year we're GONNA have one in Kansas City and there is a facebook page called mob World Summit on facebook so be posted things there once in a while. We're not real active on it right now Larry's flourish posting stuff every once in a while on that picking give back on it going. Yeah need to get going. Yeah the thought was to get mobbed journalists mob authors kind of a A gathering just talk over ideas share ideas at a great one out in Las Vegas. We have Ron pheno you. We had just on Frank Kalani OUGHTA showed up. We had a normal leave. Some names out the great..

"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

25:18 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Right folks don't forget hit me up on the Ben Mo- buy me a cup of coffee you know at you guys have bought so we we do keep playing paying blueberry for like short and sweet and and tell stories that I like those individual stories from a different blog and in about in movies in the mob world interesting you know and you you were a newsman I was in Las Vegas Sun I was up in Reno Gazette Journal and was down in Las Vegas was in Nevada through the late nineties so you'd never met Lefty Rosenthal Antonis Rebellion Jockey and so I've got some memorabilia from those days including from the start out Abban one these days Johnny Roselli's from the Chicago outfit he's he such an interesting yeah but back east who was born in Italy and came over born major in some criminal activity this was the bootlegging era and he bounced it to the key Farber Commission he ended up in Los Angeles when he was about fifteen so that would is angeles Gary Those ships those gambling ships offshore and there's and people like that and began to have a lot of influence as time went by not as a teenager but as time went by real deal movies and the outback real movies which has got a the the real subject listen they worked for him founded and he was they were kind of loosely connected to Jack Run a a bootlegging operation so he started out just like all these other to make Larry when you're young and you probably have that your own life I know I haven't and gotTa have to look at my notes here but I believe is the meadow clever it was it was really it was bored early Los Angeles crowd got involved in Las Vegas definitely before you know the it groups from different cities for instance Rosella was involved in the early and Moselle was sort of a person he was he was known as the mob fixture in Los Angeles and Las shop concession and had the parking concessions so that was kind of his that was kind of his thing gary he one is somebody who can really make a lot of things happened in the movie industry with extortion plot for Labor peace with the Chicago outfit with some people who were involved in that everybody went to to get things done I was reading up on that Hollywood extortion I touched who who could he kinda changed his language from the street language to where he could he was a pimp Mesa basically ran he was he was early human trafficker aw movie theaters in Chicago really loudly ED's mother Chicago Unions in Chicago and it makes money by threatening to bomb the theaters into Los Angeles Hollywood Los Angeles in Hollywood and he was not that good a boss for Paul Rica was real boss and the real power I saw this whole thing Roselle was guy out in Los Angeles who could dollars and you won't have any problem with their union you give us one hundred thousand dollars and you won't have a go out anywhere in the United States and and bomb their theaters and smoke bomb or or whatever article he came back to the movie business after they all did little time for and big-name executives running these studios paid a lot of money he ended up being convicted and sentenced for it went to Atlanta and I think up three years and seven months something like that part of his parole stipulation ends in Hollywood and and and was a really big player you know he doesn't get the he doesn't get the recognition out of one of these poverty row theaters then were crime capers now numbers which now are considered classics Film Noir when You Watch T. Atarot as a producer were canyon city and he walked by night both city in Colorado at the Colorado state penitentiary just south of Denver about did did a kind of a semi realist documentary style movie it he was he had gotten on originally as sort of a lower level jobs paying it really was able to make a lot of money out of movies but he had a big role in all of that movie making are shall we say Robert Montgomery doubt about a Lotta this extortion going on and how the the producers he went to the IRS and the irs start looking at the kind of their main guy out there this willie hundred thousand dollar house during the time when a ten thousand dollar house then he turned and testified against Paul Rica Paul Regazzoni time there's two or three others and and another interesting story about what you just said is go but they did anyway Tom Clark was Harry Truman's Truman and it was a close election if you remember you know do a defeat stream intruded they had all kinds of hearings about Tom Clark that he was a some kind of a political payoff so you know everything old is new again definitely is you went down on that extortion deal he was just a real he was friends with Alan smylie Allen Smiley was the and book about about Johnny Rosselli in his book eighteen twenty seven three hundred or so people from the movie industry gangster earlier in Philly so they'll went up there after the fight tiny one that was rain but so then they go to an event over at the hotel where capone ad coupon that was he was in his early twenties I think capone was late twenties Roselle Rosella showed up this sort of help him he was being ushered out with with his connection rozelle connection to Chicago really was just connected in that La Hollywood movie world real it was responsible for thirteen murders was no he was innocent person Tom but he stayed connected in that world people except I know a guy can take get that taken care of at that Cabot it was all involved in that that was all these high end people Tony Martin was an and and he said he was other guys out there that were all Jewish guys had wet cards and there were these guys systematically out of money say let me look here it so that's he he can just operate and they must have been really smooth who recommended Rosselli as a member of the Friars Club yeah I think there was the guy the APP Roselli's right in the middle of that you know the funny thing about is Gary in heavy but then he he never really they continue to to like and trust plot to topple to kill Castro during the JFK years and so off his legs and stuff him into that draw he was only seventy one and so there's a real was a real playboy involved with with all sorts did I had a real action packed life to say the least I mean he was really Kaga crowd because Rosella was a big time player and he's just now starting setups his foundation has a magazine called Warren city which is really fascinating a separate breakout piece on Roselle handsome Johnny they called him so he's now starting I think he just knew so many people but when they want seamy underbelly of Cuba and as well the mob does so I think they do say his bruise shall we say a number of different backgrounds and CIA me ask her out of course Johnny Rosselli is the guy is the he's the guy that I mean Sparta industry there to hold JFK assassination plot and it's sad august who in the middle of this plot with all kinds of when you look back on it some people down in down I think in the everglades so it's just really interesting who I mean he just is always in the Middle East conflict forrest Gump of the mob world Gary He's in John Kennedy we're we're both romantically involved with with a good friend of hers he was very close to her and got mixed up and all that too so every arose alley right in the middle of I bet he I bet he had due to gamble Dila round with he was he was very active now he server lease serving his book tells a story about the daughter of whether with her mother and have a little fun out in out in southern California produce start up to to Arosa they got on Mexico have a quickie this has her admitted to psychiatric facility where she has therapeutic one interesting thing after another after another he was even he even Jane One Jayne Mansfield Yeah you got to admire guy that can walk the walk the line like that and accusation about why he was killed and I think some people speculate because.

"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

11:42 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"During the time when a ten thousand dollar house with Was a pretty decent house in late forties early fifties in middle forties and it was as he was no greater and and he got scared. He turned and testified against Paul Rica. Paul Regazzoni time. She didn't jail was was for that. and Johnny Rosselli and There's a couple of others on. I can't remember to Tony. ACCARDO take that. I can't remember for sure. But there's two or three others and and another interesting story about what you just said is. When they got out of jail they got those ten year sentences? There is a huge kerfuffle volt when they got released after about three years and some of them. They weren't supposed to go back to Chicago but they did anyway. Tom Clark was Harry Truman's Turn general and the mob in Chicago in the nineteen forty eight election you know had thrown everything behind Harry Truman and it was a close election. If you remember you know do a defeat stream intruded but dream and actually won and became the president and the mob uh and the politicians in Chicago. It really helped Harry Truman get elected and you know they had all kinds of hearings about Tom Clark that he was a some kind of a political payoff. Awfully Open. These guys get out of jail and all that so and and all kind of died out pretty quickly after Harry. Truman left the White House but it. Okay reminiscent of some things today so you know everything old is new again definitely. Is You know the flight the funny thing about it to Gary he was you know Rosselli a continued to have contacts and friends in the movie industry. Even after he went down on that extortion deal he was just a real. He was friends with Allen. Smiley Alice Molly was the a guy who was on the couch. When Ben Ben Siegel was shot and so he was really connected with dragging up? Went up in nineteen twenty seven lease server who Who wrote a recent and book about about Johnny Rosselli In his book server says he really got to know capone. Rosselli did during the Jack Dempsey. Gene TUNNEY FIGHT UP IN CHICAGO AT soldier field in nineteen twenty seven three hundred or so people from the movie industry gangster. Her movie stars people like that got on a train and went up to Chicago for the for the Dempsey. Tunney fight it was it was a rematch from a year earlier earlier in Philly. So they'll went up there after the fight tiny one. That was a famous long count fight at soldier field where the referee Dempsey didn't not tonny down and didn't get over to his corner. Quicken up and Tony got up and wanted to the fighting marine. But so then they go to an event over at the hotel where capone was Al Jolson. was there and people like that. And so that's where Rosella this one thousand nine hundred ninety seven so presumably if that's when he first met that capone that was He was in his early twenties. I think capone was late twenties. Roselle he was in his early twenties then and began to forge relationship with capone. Later Capone went. La Stayed at the Biltmore in downtown La and was Rosella showed up this sort of help him He was being ushered out Town Capone was and and his group wasn't wanted there so Roselle showed up and and they began to forge a friendship there. That didn't carry over to later. Years with with his connection rozelle is connection to Chicago. Astros also began to make his way into Las Vegas. It was just real interesting. Gary how these connections are intertwined but it really all really gets back to how heavily Rosselli was just connected in that. La Hollywood movie World Real Debonair Guy. He was a real playboy the FBI Seymour Hersh has reported that the FBI says that Roselle it was responsible for thirteen murders was no was no innocent person but he was really highly connected with that Hollywood world and that never went away even after her he he went to prison for extorting them. You would think they would ostracize him but he stayed connected in that world people That lots of times people and especially back in the thirties forties fifties all up to maybe the sixties. It was kind of cool. The Hab your pet mobster shall we say except I know a guy can take get that taken care of at that Cabot. They get Roselle he must have been slickened smooth there. There's another kind of a well known case. The Friars Club car cases scandal. He was all involved in that. That was all these high. End People. Tony Martin was the singer Phil Silvers. I know you've heard of him. Was Sergeant Bilko. I think it feels overplayed Sergeant Bilko and example marks the Marx brothers. And they don't like to play gin an and and he said he was other guys out there that were all Jewish guys from sound of their names. Setup this gin gay but they used hidden cameras cameras or peep holes or I think was probably before cameras people's to see who had wet cards and they were cheating these guys systematically out of money that say let me look here. It says as much as thirty thousand dollars would change hands and and losses over a period of time or more than a mega dollars So so that's He he can just operate and they must have been really smooth goes he could continue to operate super smooth guy. Think I think it goes. Sinatra is the one Sinatra and some others are the ones who who recommended Rosselli as a member of the Friars Club. Yeah I think there was the guy up and crawl way or something was using some elaborate. I think they would buzz the guy or something they did introduce the APP. Roselli's right in the middle of that. You know the funny thing about it is Gary despite all of these things where he caused problems for people who who were supporters when he married a film star name June lame and this guy was in in heavy but then he he never really. They continue to to like and trust him until the very end and he got involved He got involved with a Howard. Hughes is right. Hand man got him involved in a plot to topple to kill Castro during the JFK years and so all that sort of culminated into what ended up being the end of his life. He was found in one thousand nine hundred seventy six floating in a fifty five gallon drum. I think that hacked off his legs and stuff him into that draw is only seventy one and so so you know. He had a real high drama life when you look at the arc of his life the way he had gone from Boston to. La As a as a teenager got involved with these bootleggers was. There's a real was a real playboy involved with With all sorts of people in that world got involved in making films Got Involved in Las Vegas with a Lotta dealmaking in Las Vegas. Got Involved in this friars club thing. The plot the guy had a real action packed life to say the least I mean he was really a high profile player and a lot of ways. It's kind of entering that he doesn't get the ink and the play that some other mobsters Gad who are part of the New York or Chicago Kaga crowd because Roselle was a big time player and he's just now starting to get a lot of play the film Noir Foundation. Which is Eddie Eddie Molars Foundation? He runs the guy. Does those tea or alley set ups. His Foundation has a magazine called war city which is really fascinating fascinating by the way. It's an e magazine that they put out. They just did in their recent issue. Gary they just did a big piece on Chicago's involvement in Hollywood and also a separate breakout piece on Rosselli handsome Johnny. They called him so he's now starting to get a lot of play which is really interesting and another reason. He's he was such. That's a big player that we didn't really realize when he knew so many people I think he just knew so many people but when they want when the CIA said you know we need some help killing Castro and we can't seem to do it who who knows about Cuba and and in Seamy seamy underbelly of Cuba and as well the mob does so I think they do say they reach out to guys name was mayhew he was Howard assist former. We're happy I aged. I mean this was this was a a witches brew shall we say a dipper backgrounds and CIA the FBI Howard Hughes Educate. You can't write this guy that stuff but so they go to Hard use fixer. And he says well let me ask her out. Of course Johnny Rosselli is the guy is the. He's the guy that you can find but yet and he's really well connected to there man there he is and so then he moves on that. I mean Sparta Industry there the whole. JFK's assassination plot and Santa Dan to kill Castro it. It is Zane Guide. Our anybody's ever heard of it and they get he gets him Giancana. Traffic Conti or in the MIDDLEMISS August who in the middle of this plot with all kinds of when you look back on it all kinds of really interesting plots. I think you had some poison pill things going on there. Were trying all kinds of different ways to figure out how to knock off gastro. They were trying some some people down in down thinking the everglades so it's just really interesting interesting. The way he the way he was such a big player he was even really close to. They called her Judy Campbell. At the time Judith Campbell Action Who I mean he just is always in the Middle East conflict forrest Gump of the mob world Gary? He's in the middle of everything. And so you know Giancana Sam Giancana this Chicago auto mobster and President Kennedy President J of John Kennedy. We're we're both romantically involved with with with Judith Campbell actioner. Lot of suspicion A lot of accusations about the connection between organized crime and politics and Roselle was a very a good friend of hers. He was very close to her and got mixed up and all that too. So every time you look up Gary would pick mob bothia scandal high profile of movies. And all that. There's there's no Rosellini right. In the middle of that he I bet he had Judith Campbell. Double effort were an item before April introduced her to GM. God I think that's Yeah I mean. I don't think that one slipped by that. He didn't ah around with he was. He was very active. I mentioned this one. Informant sent of Rosellini that he was sex crazy. I mean this guy was was. Was You know he server lease serving. His book tells a story about the daughter of a vanilla. Annoy newspaper publisher owner flew to Mexico. She had gone out to California in the winter of nineteen thirty seven to get away from that Illinois whether with her mother and have a little fun out in out in southern California Billy Wilkerson the Hollywood reporter owner publisher. WHO ended up? You know at the beginning stages of the Flamingo was kind of a little sidebar..

"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

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12:30 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Don't forget hit me up on the Komo. Buy me a cup of coffee. You know at Gangland wire just a couple of three bucks. I like having a a starbucks Bucks Cup of coffee. You know they're awfully expensive. I'm just kids out there by mid shot dear to the few guys about so we got we add to do something to keep playing paying blueberry for in keeping this podcast up and and every little bit helps. Well Larry. I been watching and reading your mom museum blog and it's really interesting. I like like short and sweet and and tell stories that I like those individual stories. And that's what you're a master at out there. That mob museum. How long have you been doing that? almost a couple of years. Now Gary I'd done it for another side for a while Different blog and in about a UH almost two years ago I started writing that monthly blog post for the mob museum. It's called the mob and pop culture every month. I try to take a look at something. That's going on with books in movies in the mob world Interesting You know and you. You were a newsman. Las Vegas for quite a while during a lot of those activities that I talk about my film home Dang Lenoir Yeah was in Las Vegas. I was in the Las Vegas Sun. I was up in Reno Gazette Journal and was down in Las Vegas the Las Vegas Sun. I was out in about for almost twenty years and so yeah that was. I ended up working at the sun mid Nineties and was in Nevada through the late nineties. So you'd never met Lefty Rosenthal Antonis. You'd never you'd ever gambled with them. The start as not to my knowledge was open. And I have a lot of I'm a little bit of a Memorabilia Jockey and so I've got some memorabilia from those days including from the start of Great Great Folks We want to get on with it. I this last blog piece that you put up Larry. I thought was really interesting guy that I WANNA do. Maybe a really in depth dive Abban one these days Johnny Roselli's from the Chicago F- it. He's he says it interesting guy. He came from New York. I believed in me. He was from Boston he he was born. Yeah he was born in your back back east. He was born in Italy and came over born born in nineteen zero five and came over later. I think around nineteen eleven. His Dad had come over earlier. His Dad died young Gary and he sort of bounced around as a teenager. Major in some criminal activity this was the bootlegging era and he bounced around from Boston with a friend of his another criminal associate. Young Guy Teenager. Both teenagers went up to Chicago and then over to Los Angeles he said to the key Farber Commission. He ended up in Los Angeles when he was about fifteen. So that would I've been around nineteen twenty but Yeah so he bounced around laws. A teenager ended up in Los Angeles in Hollywood and got really connected with that. bootlegging crowd at Los Is Angeles Gary those ships those gambling ships offshore and the bootlegging groups out in La and established. I himself with With the movie crowd with actors and producers and directors and people like that and began to have a lot of influence as time went by not as a teenager but as time went by by another interesting thing about that whole early time and Los Angeles. which we're GONNA get really get into your house connected to real real deal movies and the outback real movies? which has got a The the real subject of this thing but he got involved with a guy named Tony recall narrow. who was a bootlegger out in lots of I guess I mean Los Angeles and he worked for him Founded and he was they were kind of loosely connected to Jack Drag me was you know he. He was a talion so we had to move in those circles and and they had to kick up to Jack Drag. There's no doubt about that guy was Cordeiro is going to run a A bootlegging operation so he started out dislike. All these other guys did back Easter in Chicago. And Taylor Street area. Working in the bootlegging in business and and then you know what another you never know what connections. You're a make Larry when you're young and you probably have that your own life. I know I haven't and and Camaro ends up being building the first kind of Fancy Las Vegas Casino called the. I think it was the meadow club. gotTa have to look at my notes here but I believe is the meadow Clem. It was it was really. It was bored. Bugsy Siegel in Orlando he built right built a nice club out there in what would eventually become the strip which would be outside of town. Yeah that earlier Los Angeles crowd got involved in Las Vegas. Definitely before you know the the New York crowd moved in. With with Bugsy Siegel and you know Rosselli. It's funny Gary because Rosselli was really associated with a lot of different syndicate it groups from different cities for instance Rosellini was involved in the early days in the In the Tropicana which opened in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven Rosella it was kind of a go between the New Orleans crowd was involved in that Chicago crowd in New York crowd and Moselle was sort of a person he was. He was known as a mob fixture in Los Angeles and Las Lost Vegas and and and help facilitate allow the Pooling together of the Tropicana even live there after it opened and had the had the gift shop concession and had the parking concessions so that was kind of his that was kind of his thing gary he was he was a guy who sort of he was. He was the person you went to to get things done in Lhasa. Las Las Vegas now also back West to Los Angeles. He also became known as somebody who could really make a lot of things happened in the movie industry with What the syndicate and and I know we'll talk about this a little bit? But for instance he got involved ended up going to federal prison for his role in a in a Hollywood extortion. Extortion plot for Labor peace with the Chicago outfit with some people who were involved in that and that that ended up sending him to prison cell in Los Angeles in Las Vegas. Just kind of picture a guys in fact his business card referred to him as a strategist. He's a guy that everybody went to to get things done. I was reading up on that. Hollywood extortion I touched touched on that in an earlier. PODCAST HE Johnny Rosselli. He was he was a smooth guy he was. He was a Dapper Dude. Who who who could he kinda changed his language from the street language to where he could Could talk to those Hollywood moguls. And things like that. He he There's a guy named Willie by off who was from Chicago. I believe originally. He was a pimp macy. Basically Ran He was. He was early Human trafficker occur of what I've read about him and force girls into prostitution and kept him. There by means of Of intimidation by off was bragging about extorting some Aw movie theaters in Chicago really loudly. Ed's mother Chicago mob guys overheard it and and they jumped on by often and ed realized that you could get in those Stagehands Unions and Chicago and and make some money by threatening to bomb the theaters or throwing stink bombs and stuff in the theaters. You're burning theaters down and keep labor problems down at the same time. 'CAUSE got with labor unions and then they moved to hold operation into Los Angeles Hollywood Los Angeles in Hollywood and Rosella he got involved then with Paul Rica was Paul. Rica was a smooth guy. Hi Frank. Nitty was actual boss at that time. But he was not that good a boss for Paul Rica was a real boss and a real power are behind the throne and and he was a smooth guy. Just like Johnny Rosselli. I read somewhere where he kind of patterned himself after. Paul Ricky wanted to be like Paul Rican and they oversaw. I saw this whole thing. Roselle was guy out in Los Angeles who could go in and talk to these sad jones. Jack Warner and people like that. And and and be a fixer. For of course. How fixed eggs was you know you give us fifty thousand dollars and you won't have any problem with the union you give us one hundred thousand dollars and you won't have a problem with your movie theaters? Because at the Time Warner Brothers owned host during a movie theaters throughout the United States and distributed their movies that way so they could go go out anywhere in the United States and and bomb their theaters and smoke bomb or or whatever and and you know that all fell. so that's Kinda Johnny Roselli's you you know. He got into the movie business that way and he came back. It sounds like from your article. He came back to the movie business after they all did. Little time for this Hollywood extortion is. Would that be correct. That's exactly right gary he You know the enormous sums of money out of these Hollywood studios and big name Hollywood executives running these studios paid a lot of money to this to this extortion group. which included Rosella now they did go down uh-huh Rosella joined the army? He was trying to sort of get out of the way of all that but he ended up. He ended up being convicted and sentenced for it went to Atlanta. I think up Indiana now got paroled. Early he got paroled early in the late forties on earlier than his sentence. I think it was a ten year sentence and he got pro. Think after three three years and seven months something like that part of his parole stipulation. Gary was that he find a job so he went back to Hollywood out. Despite burning a lot of these people in this extortion plot he still had a lot of friends and a lot of connections in Hollywood and really was a big player. He doesn't get the he doesn't get the recognition. Ignition that a Lotta people do in the mafia world but but Rosella was a really big player real swab guy real sort of behind the scenes guy went back to Hollywood. Got A got a job. Out of one of these Poverty row theaters. Then were crime capers. Now they're called film noir but this was late forties and he got involved with with a studio that that made some of these some of these movies some of these crime capers. which now are considered classics film? Noir when you watch T.. DCM when you see new our alley with all these war movies that come on these movies to the to the ones that he was most prominent any Atarot as a producer were canyon city and he walked by night both based on on true incidents that occurred around the time they were making the movies in fact one of one of the interesting aspects of Canyon City in Colorado with the Colorado State penitentiary just south of Denver and longtime penitentiary there. There was a breakout when you go watch the movie. It's interesting Gary because the actual was kind about the did a kind of a semi realist documentary style movie. It was the war the the actual warden is in the movie as are awesome. Actual convicts of that time. It's just kind of an interesting take in Rosellini was he had gotten on originally as sort of a lower level job paying thank sixty sixty five dollars a week and sort of worked his way into the into the producing role and had a heavy hand and it wanted to continue doing that as time went by but never really was able to make a lot of money out of movies but he had a big role and all that movie making process interesting. You know that whole When that whole extortion person thing during the war fell The reason that fell are shall we say Robert Montgomery got to play kind of a real role in real life as a maybe not an action hero. But a hero he was he was the president of the screen actors guild and he found doubt about a Lotta this extortion going on. And how the the producers The studio heads were just paying them off and just countdown to them. And they it came after the screen actors guild and he was president of it and he said no no way and he went to the IRS and the irs start looking at the kind of their main guy out there willy by off who who was living a real lavish lifestyle? I mean you know Al Capone's somebody. He didn't learn anything from Al Capone. You live this lavish lifestyle hundred thousand dollar house.

"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"He's an idiot when it comes to five network genetically modified food or recycled toxic water with from them hydrophobic wires heads hydrogen sulfide can use concentrate. What can i can. I make on that because <hes> the lady that was doing the research for me <hes>. I said that the f._c._c. until the president trump you know five technology. You've got its recommended safety standards. It's rejected by american international scientists but you gotta spread credit nationwide as quickly as possible because china's going to beat us and she's saying who knows i mean. She doesn't think trump would do it on purpose but <hes> i mean this is very harmful to the american people you think the president actually knows how harmful by jesus i've been trying to for two and a half years. Let explain you know chuck. <hes> i have skill sets on three levels. I know how to go to the net and i call it. The internet i also have classified sources have access because they i still have above top secret clearance from years ago and i have people contact intel agencies and god's given me supernatural inspiration and -bility to get we call god level knowledge. They can't hide anything from me and the problem is logical person not an idiot the promise i can just present stuff. This is on the open market books documents. Whatever that shows is dangerous dangerous. I've been trying for two and a half years to get through the trump. I'm not making any progress. I don't know if you know anybody that can but i have a number of areas. I'm cole of conspirator with john. W spring whose whistle for the lower island russia news they let me spending that john w spring <hes> george putnam show whenever we were doing on it <hes> on a radio station in l._a. Quite frequently for the number one the cuban missile crisis in nineteen sixty one and took. Oh you do flight over for a year later to prove the door nukes. They're in cuba ninety days three in grenada island and two and a half years ago i was had no had him on for years john w spring and michelle regularly every week two and a half years ago i told john i said look i have been having standing visions of russian nucs in the submarine your knock river and they're building hypersonic cruise cruise missiles and god told me this i didn't do research on the internet and i said i'm gonna go back and check my sources because i have sources that are intel like guys i can call the pentagon or elsewhere. I can actually contact and ranjini okay so i told him and after he did research this guy's a genius spring this guy is so thorough and and after about eight months he said you don't dig right not only there but also where he nicaragua where you can even see the satellite photos to my long runway for the aetna jets so six months ago i had an article all prepared and i had it all prepared now after he was convinced that this is over a year ago that the russians are so six months ago. I had an article ready for john for jeff and i told jeff i said well. I have all the spoofs of all diggle. We can't really bring you on unless you got satellite photos. He said if you get those surprise winning so i pray and i say god you gotta. Show me where to look to find the satellite photos. I got him in twenty four hours and then i told jeff that you know he just changed the name of the title and of course we had a falling out with jeff because nowhere have i had proper respect of ood eagle is okay that means jensen's network republic radio rents network river no-one. No one has respect and i don't ask people like me. I want them to dialogue with me prove y._m. Ron give me evidence and logic and learn. I don't care if you got great street have never had had a p._h._d. But what i see is genesis trying to cover for alex jones because he wanted him to control the narrative at republic radio didn't really have any outstanding prison except for john more who've i had on the show for years and i wanna get back on and that rents network. He's like the grand poobah same with code coast to coast. They cancel me eleven years ago but we're going to have me on a series of shows because they're afraid to bring it on deal. You know why i'm like a loaded cannon on the deck of the ship. I know.

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"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Ler trapped on a call prison planet earth and the fact is god wants to go gospel which is why again coronated in show signs in the heavens. He's gonna come back and resurrect and bring back a relationship so to his his created beings. That's what's and he also wants to marry. In other words. It's our destiny as a save human race to be married to the crater and for his spirit which is eternal two fused with our spirits. We can't do evil so we are learning the queen of the have events not just heaven up there playing harps on but the heavens so we tara form ars and the titan and the mars of you know the plants of jupiter and spread across the cosmos as we advanced technology and extend human iceman that we've become godly do only his wheel as we spread across the universe not doing evil because it got helps the state we are right now how corrupt our world is imagine the state of humanity crossing the cosmos and what mess we make we would have ancient we'd have advanced galactic words between different planets and sections of the cosmos it would be destroying star systems with vast technology would cause supernova is everywhere people. Oh no that wouldn't happen of course it would. You'd have people taking black holes. Holes inflation may flinging matt. You're starring blowing it up. You'd have people started these beings hurling meteors comets or asteroids and a plan to destroy it it could have you know wars. Were you know the ship off the atmosphere and blow it up with all kinds of technology. All that couldn't happen of course it will people will do right in their own is no matter how advanced technology theory of god and that's what why we had an ancient galactic word you know marsha. It had a population of humans on it. Did you know that when they went there nine hundred eighty two savage the first call me back in march because i know i took care of people in space command this coverage inhuman monuments going back hundreds of thousands of years. I guess what mars was destroyed by an ancient galactic war. That's why i talked to her. Warren the heavens warren heavens. Actually you did occur just like star. Wars and human race on mars was destroyed only the colonists on mar on earth for survive. We were actually like in the dark. Ages people understand this do they. They don't get it that they're that nature of the universe itself an evil and how it's not only exo dimensional. It's exoplanets or you. You don't get it do. They got kicked that either but i mean look i mean look the pie ryan evil on a given us. It's not just like a bad attitude or agreed or sexual perversion. It transcends way beyond and for example one of these guys like perhaps genus doing human sacrifice and lead island. They're gathering ectoplasms in the spirit realm so they can actually get power from the domon accord. Lord actually control the future in the nature reality. I know this older not doing it. They're called wizards like serramonte magnificent from the trilogy of the ring no dr diggle. They can't do that what you earn it. Enters ancient books going back fifteen thirty five george james book of demon algae from britain. It's in the library there in cambridge bridge you understand these seems real scary as hell and a way transam beyond any movie you've ever seen or any book you've ever had or any precedent. Passer never told you the truth. Evil is so much more intelligent and embedded deeply in our culture people. Don't get it do they. They don't doc look. These people can't even grasp the concept. We're talking about. Two settlers versus them i. I don't suspect grabs other stuff. I one of my colleagues dr ron class is founder of twenty five years ago plus of eight four american academy of anti-aging menem's eight hundred twenty thousand health professionals one hundred forty five thousand.

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"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Association every scientific group medicine science science basic science whatever's all lying to them every single one and i can prove it. You can't prove that dr deal yeah have the intellectual superiority to prove it in every realm winners metallurgy quantum physics artificial intelligence biology medicine astrophysics argosy. Dr daego can prove it. That's why nobody was interviewed dr diggle because they're terrified me if they have a clue and a half because i'm going to strip down the line accuracy accuracy which is learning to string human race and we're ready to have it finishes. Your books are so essential for example they the live is example apple of of the fact that we're at the end of the road. I mean the cellphone companies announced a few years ago that within a few years you won't have a cell phone. You have to have ear buds or whatever they'll be able to hack draconian. Your cortex techs spes die. Don't they realize that's into your temporal. Your nyala says it says in the bible in corinthians there really aren't temples the temple is the temple is us. That's what's going on. Isn't it yeah exactly exactly talking about before i mean it's common for christians that are waiting for something. The cartoon network any shot and some rebuilt temple pitchfork and starts tapping people with three sixes on his forehead nonsense. I mean it's happening contests and what people don't understand. It's only a small click about twelve percent of jews and evil jellyfish called christians. I call evangelical evil jellyfish. Do you like that evil jelly wall term. Hey these evil jellyfish christians believe in a good works possible gospel name shake hands and do money for good works whatever hey who done evil crappy sexual or otherwise businesswise but if enough good works that takes away the sin doesn't you can't take away the small if you don't have relationship with god god can take away in the promise our nation's the same way our nation america's good works in the world. We help more people anybody for also do more evil than anybody anybody else on earth rotten rationally our nation since we've been in seed in septa has been at war for all but it was thirty or forty years nurse inception two hundred and fifty years ago. We're always yeah i think i think it's professional contextual warriors. She that's military industrial complex on what i call the automatic congenital complex i mean it's just a joke this look at the iraq women in the day that they they they lie us into wars and then when she wants sarandon's too late to stop george bush no weapons of mass destruction he was even joking about it when nothing was sounding turned out to be an obvious lie <hes> <hes> but yeah it seems it feeds the month there it feeds the settled observing and more money were barred more interest paying to be bankers. Go back to world or wants us. You know that but the point is is that he he deep cartier permeable <hes> the way. It's just coming society. It can only be ascribed to one entity alameda lucifer south of me. Lou chapter four matthew chapter four home. Tom pee pads contemporary control of the earth's. I mean it's been given to him and i think we're seeing the manifestation of that <hes> he asked understand that and we talked about this with <hes> with kevin kline which he viewed some interesting ask apology and also says that it's the false eight of us in our pre free. If you wanna call pre human life that learning led to us being mankind ler trapped on a call prison planet earth and the fact is god wants to go gospel which is why again coronated in show signs in the heavens. He's gonna come back and resurrect and bring back a relationship so to his his created beings. That's what's and he also wants to marry. In other words. It's our destiny as a.

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"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"We're going to take away sin but a relationship with the creator. God and god doesn't want to tie the viewer ten percent. He wants all he wants. All americans would be proceeding experts that are forcing their politicians or corporations behave ethically. We don't we hire these darn politicians and vote for them. Let go often do whatever they please. The democrats just want power. Even donald trump wants somebody to kiss is button. Make him feel really great leg like he's still doing the apprentice. Donald trump is a genus business. He's a blue collar billionaire but man he's an idiot and every other area he knows nothing and the fact that people around him are such global maniacs. Look mike von in pale. This is a very smart guy but evil hell look at john lightning bolt disguise award bra maniac. If you follow his rule we would have had a quarter million trips in syria two two years ago and we would have had already nukes on on <hes> on iran and they would've probably had the russians counteract this i report up on drudge today which i'm going to go over after the show that russia's are using <hes> the iran using russian made remade nukes and missiles saw so they're getting ready for a great big attack initial if you try to attack israel is just going to retaliate right like you wouldn't believe and here's china trying to take over hong kong and they want to extradite people guess what taiwan is giving support to hong kong and and taiwan's armed to the teeth with our nukes and fastest air force after israel in the world if you don't think we're seconds away from midnight in terms of thermonuclear conflict if you don't don't believe that and you think well i've just diggle. You're an idiot and you're going to die in the thermonuclear flash. You're not going to be prepared for anything including no electricity no food no running thing water and no gasoline. If you think that the we're going to go back to the stone age now the stone age will be like the sandals resort compared to what the future will be if we don't prepare for it. It's gonna be mind boggling it. The worst movie like the walking dead and so on doesn't even touch how bad it'll be. I work with human was the federal government and we were carrying on jokes. These guys are twisted and twisted the people. I talked to work in the f._b._i. C._d._c. these are twisted individuals man. There's something wrong along their soul. When you start talking cracking really weird jokes rental happen. I work with these guys over twenty five years ago. I can tell you you can't imagine and how nuts it is working with people that are so evil. You can almost feel like you wanna repent of being a human being. That's how bad it is. What do you think oh yeah..

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NutriMedical Report

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

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Trump's Conduct in Puerto Rico was 'Standout Disgusting'

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump's Conduct in Puerto Rico was 'Standout Disgusting'

"We wanted to just do this. Throwback Clip Donald Trump's conduct in quarter in Puerto Rico has even for him been stand out disgusting and again that's Donald Trump with standout disgusting but this is also good moment to also reflect on this governor Rosello who's resigned and he made a number of different <hes> p._r.. Photo OP appearances with trump. I mean mayor cruises in this one too but but this is in their lot with trump yes mayor crews definitely represents as a as a sanders surrogate and some new supported the <unk> protests definitely a very different political profile the governor I let's just say it upfront. <hes> uh-huh at the time after Maria the death estimates were not clear but it was a horrifically devastating event. I was in vehicles in this past winter and you can absolutely still see it so now the death tolls in the thousands so donald trump. What did we city official death toll nine hundred twenty nine seventy five twenty nine seventy seventy five of people have died because of this donald trump used and this is right in the wake of the catastrophe to do an idiot brag and a totally inaccurate one about the death toll with Governor Rosello and I should say I mean governor zillow part of these telegram messages in addition into revealing corruption networks in addition to the relationship between the government and this control board which is implementing austerity on Puerto Rico on behalf of hedge funders he also in addition to any number of sexist homophobic and so on on comments made dismissive belittling and a comments basically about the victims of Hurricane Maria and Martin parcel correct me if I'm wrong but didn't they see that there were also like some machinations in those texts against Dansk mayor crews and tried to make crews look worse than trump look better and I? I'm not sure from confirm that let's watch this clip. Brock long has been through a lot brock has been unbelievable. You governor has has been who I didn't know I heard things about him is not even from my party and he started right at the beginning appreciating what what we did right from the beginning. This governor did not play politics. He didn't play at all. He was saying it like it was and he was giving us the highest rates so congresswoman Jennifer Gonzales Pallone who I've watched the other day and she was saying such nice things things about all of the people that have worked so hard I saw those comments and everybody saw those comments and we really appreciate it and I also WanNa thank Linda McMahon small business. She has done an incredible job built a great company with her husband Vince McMahon. We WanNa thank thank you very much. Mick Mulvaney is here right there and make his judge of a thing called budget. Now I hate to tell you Puerto Rico but you're thrown our budget little out of whack because we spent a lot of money on Puerto Rico and that's fine we saved a lot of lives if you look at the Spun Laura but if you look at a real catastrophe like Katrina and you look at the tremendous hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people that died at what is your what is your death count as of this moment seventeen sixteen sixteen people certified sixteen people versus in the thousands <hes> <hes> you can be very proud of full of people all of our people working together as opposed to end the thousands as opposed in the thousands. Most of the money hasn't been dispersed yet his Brendan pointed out and also I'll just add <hes> the Puerto Rico has the greatest has greater poverty rates the Mississippi's example which is the poorest state in the country and the extractive relationship the Jones Act means that Puerto Ricans essentially have to pay import taxes on products they make themselves <hes> it's in-incredibly obscene relationship and we're going to get to it with our guest and a couple of minutes but we did want to accelerate the resignation of governor Rosello Zillow and we will be right back with Fernando Tom Thomas Aponte on the majority report.

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"roselli" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"roselli" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Perle sale is expected to resign after more than a week of protests that rocked the island's capital city of Layla Santiago explains when the announcement should happen governor plans to resign today this comes after local reports specifically and level the yeah the biggest newspaper here reported that the governor had owned a video for his departure it now is that they say will will will sort of calm with the announcement that will be before noon today demonstrators were determined to stay on the streets until Roselli Rossello skews me Reseda rose seo step down fed up with years of government corruption high poverty rates crushing debt and painfully slow recovery since the twenty seventeen disaster I just read about this next story off the air the family of the first men to walk on the moon Armstrong has received a six million dollar settlement from the hospital where he died according to a probate court five legendary astronaut Neil Armstrong died in Cincinnati seven years ago in what was attributed to complications from coronary bypass surgery but according to The New York Times Armstrong sons later threatened to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Fairfield hospital and hired a heart expert to review the medical records the expert concluded not only that the hospital made fatal mistakes but also that the surgery was probably a necessary in the first place Armstrong who led the Apollo eleven flight to the moon in nineteen sixty nine died at the age of eighty two in twenty twelve I'm bill Michaels former special counsel Robert Muller now appearing before Congress for the first time to discuss the Russia investigation we'll have another update at the top of the hour and then Linda can young will join us live from Capitol Hill at eight seventeen she is monitoring and watching things and we'll have an update for us going up at seven fifty just fifteen minutes from now quite novel tells about governor Abbott warning scooters regulated after that ridiculous journey down the the Stemmons wasn't add thirty five right right not far from yeah a mile from where they are it's seven thirty five let's check the traffic out there right now here's a check made out well we do have a new accident to be aware of in the Arlington area this is on thirty eastbound as you approach feel road just left lane blocked off there but it's causing some pretty healthy delays back to easily pay twenty going to be an extra fifteen to twenty minutes or so to get through with Gail I have right now traffic.

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Uber driver fatally shoots passenger on Denver interstate

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Uber driver fatally shoots passenger on Denver interstate

"To get down to around fifty seven degrees or so and we're looking at a high tomorrow in the low seventies yeah it's not bad at all now there are some showers out there this evening most of it to the north and to the west so that's just one caveat but other than that it doesn't look too bad and your saturday looks great we're going to get you to around seventy three degrees take advantage because of rain will be back on sunday in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now in downtown seattle decent early evening we have sixty seven degrees komo news time six thirty five police and colorado state it's still unclear what led to a deadly shooting inside an uber car early this morning driver stating he just shot a passenger passenger fortyfiveyearold young kim shot multiple times denver police trying cpr but he did not survive the interstate where it happened shut down for hours the driver twenty nine year old michael hancock is now facing a first degree murder charge hancock allegedly told a witness he opened fire because his passenger attacked him clinton said doll reporting komo news time is six thirty six you're cognizant of the fact that if another storm hits puerto rico of similar or even lower magnitude the devastation of the energy grid will too with that in mind we need to make sure that we have the protocols for mutual aid assistance in place to execute immediately that is governor ricardo rosello of puerto rico on this first day of hurricane season the southeast has already experienced a higher than normal amount of rainfall and subsequent flooding and it doesn't show any signs of letting up for more will could be a very rough hurricane season we say hello to abc's pete combs he joins us from atlanta be what are the forecasters saying about per cain season two thousand eighteen well it's going to be another active season just the kind of activity we've seen over the past couple of years and one of the things that i think everyone is very concerned about here in the.

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