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How Writer Lesl Honor Knows Poetry Changes Lives
"I think you for doing this. Thank you for having me. It's just such an honor to be asked and awful. What is the first poem you ever think. The first time. I was something in first grade and i think it was about a bird and my dad helped me practices into it for talent. Show or my very catholics old There was always a good talent shone catholic schools. And was there. Anyone who said who. This girl hasn't my seventh grade teacher was like you're really good writer and i was like that's nice and my mom and dad told me i have to be an attorney or doctor and then high school. I had some really great teachers who were like. This is what you should do. This is really really good. I thought about it from they're like well. Maybe it's something. nba can do this. I could be a writer writers. I love Invented just kind of unfolded. When i got to college And there were so many people that were so supportive of my writing and poetry and just teaching me how to be in that space En- just happened to what i wanted to say authentically in kind of tune out. What a lot of the other influences are other writers. I think growing up in the nineties. I wanted to talk about identity a lot. I mean it wasn't until the late nineties until we even had something in the census that allowed you to be biracial. So i would always get the questions what are you. What are you You know just very rude. Comments often feeling not enough of one of the other affiliate black enough not mexican enough. So i wrote about my identity and how i felt. Your dad is black. His new orleans. Your mom born in mexico immigrated here when she was fifteen had it those cultures. How were they playing out at home. It's lovely. I love my kids. Identify appalachian in that that even have that term to identify with my oldest daughter who is brown and we talk about how we are mirror images of each other's experience where i fought a lot to inform people of my identity as a black woman. She does the opposite to inform people of dot and so we talk about that a lot and she really pushes me to see how the world sees me had well. She's her an how they see her as black. I and how they typically see as the enough i in. What does that mean about how we move in spaces. It's a salvatori household. I think i get that. From both of my cultures. We do often that for the announcement. Those in then we have gumbo. For new year's we are very lucky to be able to tap into so many different parts of us. How would didn't play. Though when you were growing up oh my pearson talk about race. It was not a forward conversation properly until the rodney king riots. Now sophomore in high school and my father at the time was working for the lapd and so we. We did not have a conversation. The way i have with my kids about race ethnicity identity how the world sees you ought to be prepared for and then maybe around my sophomore year in high school right before the rise of doing a lot of reading and read the biography malcolm x. I say that radicalized much split on my activism button that has never been turned off since then it's pretty much in succession than the riots happened. An stuff was bubbling in. La before ride became there was a lot of tension between black and korean communities in los angeles and stuff. It wasn't something that happened out of nowhere. It it definitely was arise that shifted allots. That shifted a conversation. I never knew. My dad was locked in his apartment during the watts riots. We had never had that conversation before.
Gamestop and the future of the stock market
"Game stop became this populist uprising that went across the political spectrum what i learned from the game. Stop mania was that. There's a lot of anger and resentment in america towards the wall street elites and people thought it was just awesome that these really rich fat cats were whining that they were losing billions to ordinary investors. And that's cool but the thing about investing is that there's been a separation in people's minds between the real value of accompany the value of its stock. You know the thing that got set off on it and when my fifteen year old son every day gives me a report on what's going on on the red at boards and what they're saying about this company or that when what they're saying about silver whatever it is and it's this Investing by kind of an ad hoc committee the problem. I have for you and your wallet is if you're just playing with some money that's fine but if you're putting money that you actually are going to need to live on or for your long term financial security know that what's involved in what's being posted on. Reddit are not real investing strategies. I mean you are investing but you're really more engaging in speculation or gambling and it's cool when it works but what happens when a company ends up way beyond its actual real value is there are people who on the roller coaster ride up if they buy it the right exact second sell at the right exact second. They're doing awesome but the people who bought from them when the roller coaster takes scary ride back down. They're the ones who get their wallets cleaned out. And i think that this reminds me a lot of something that happened to generation ago before many people that are investing robinhood. Were even alive. Or we're just young babes and diapers. Hopefully their parents buying generic diapers instead of brand name but whatever that we went through something called the dot com crash where values ninety eight and ninety nine went through the roof for companies that had never made a penny and the more money. They lost the higher their stocks went up and they were all what are known as story stocks and the way those stories ended. They weren't like bedtime stories with happy endings. They were really ugly with companies lost huge amounts of investors money in the billions and what was similar to. What's been going on lately with trades in stocks of unloved companies. Suddenly go way up and then take their right back down. What was consistent. Then that is again happening now. Is that overwhelmingly. The people that were doing this were investors that were smaller. Investors and in cases were borrowing money that they couldn't afford to lose one of the things that's been going on this time also happened in ninety eight ninety nine and that is that people were borrowing on what's knows margin in order to place bigger positions and then when a stock starts its fall. You get hit with a margin call which is where you have to pay off your loan. Basically in a nanosecond. If you don't have the money your whole position is sold out and wiped out so this is something that is not for the faint of heart because as we saw back when the ninety eight ninety nine mania ended in two thousand. We had a massive decline in the stock market. That took many many many years to recover from there are conditions today that somewhat mirror that and so think about investing is something you're doing for a long time or a lifetime not for today's hot stock hot precious metal. Whatever it is if you have money that's your play money. You want to play these games. Go for it on the other hand. If it's money you really really gotta have. This is too hot to handle and you'll get burned bad in the kitchen and krista. You're with me in way back in nineteen ninety nine. I was a song also right And was more salvatori than what what happened with with the stock market it was. It was really something that that people that were financial analysts. Just were shaking their heads. They couldn't understand how these stocks back. Then we're going up and up and up and up which they did until they didn't and when the airline out of the balloon it was fast you know we. We talked about our fifteen year. Old sons When you talked about this on another episode. But i'll have to give you an update. That mind. got his dad to buy him. He gave his dad some cash. And got him to buy a stock. That was another speculative one from read it that he had seen and he is now lost like seventy percent of the money. He gave us that. So i think it was a really good lesson for him. Only a good lesson if people don't just go away and say investing is not for them. Yeah no he's still thinks he's pretty smart. You do have a very smart son. The thing is i. Don't want people if they get burned through this wave of red and aspire mania To not turn away from investing. Say that it's just not worth it. It's too risky. Whatever that's why you have to think widely diversified and term not a single stock. That you're gonna own hours or days. And i know the i've said it again and again i am the dullest human being alive and see. You're nodding your head is incorrect. It is true. Oh no. I'm extremely dull and my philosophies about investing or extremely dull and so i want you to have financial security and you know what if people are having fun getting animated and talking to each other about this trading symbol or that one or whatever. And what's going to happen with this one or that one. No that i would be the person that would put you to sleep talking about how you build. A portfolio with index funds or in a retirement account with the target retirement fund. Because what i'm about you ending up with a real financial wealth real financial security over time. Not the quick
78: The Indian Wars Part 2: The Battle of the Little Bighorn (the Greasy Grass) - burst 02
"It's the afternoon of june twenty fifth. Eighteen seventy six as many as a thousand lakota. Cheyenne and arapaho village sprawl across the prairie. It's six to eight thousand. Inhabitants are enjoying a relaxing day. You're currently at war with the united states. But no one is expecting an attack presently. Us troops should be at least a day's travel out. Women are preparing food and chatting. Young men are watering their ponies. Playing hoop and pole gain still others are sleeping in after a late night of salvatori dancing as the hot afternoon. Sun beats down. Kids are swimming in the river at the villages edge these tribes and many other indigenous peoples of the great plains. Call it the greasy grass. You might know by another name though the little big horn river but the mood of leisure comes to an end around three pm. They're charging the charges are coming. A messenger yells
From The City To The Megalopolis
"It's amazing to think that. In the nineteenth century about three percent of humanity lived in cities and today. That number is fifty percent, and it's growing rapidly. We live in the age of the Megalopolis. We're going to talk about that now with Dr, Salvatori satis Dr set. This is an emeritus professor of the history of classical art and archaeology at the school normality superiore in Pisa in Italy. He's an archaeologist and art historian. He's the chairman of the Louvre Museum. Scientific Council his the author of several books on art. Art History and he's known as the conscience of Italy for his role in spot, leading the neglect of it all national cultural heritage. His book is if Venice dies, and it's a look, not only at in the struggles, Venison the twenty first century, but at the increasing urbanisation of civilization general doctor says thanks for joining us. Thank you for inviting me. Can you talk about if finished is? How much of it is about Venice? And how much of it is it about the changing urban landscape across the planet? Well my intention in writing. This book was to focus on Venice. In order to make people meditate about what's going on on on a global scale about what I would call the shape the form of the city Savannah's. Sample account that example, contrasting some of the most disturbing. Of Urbanization in our current world end, it is quite dramatic. What's going on in your book? You explain there are fifteen megalopolis. That have over twenty million people is the advent of these massive cities twenty million people cities people have to live somewhere is is that a good thing or a bad thing? Why does it concern you well? I'm concerned about the quality of life. Those people because although this organization may look something that happens naturally, it is also prompted by economic forces. It is a concentration of workforce. which is not necessarily living in good conditions in order to create profit for a very low number of people, so it's the usual formula ninety nine percent, the best one percent, the megalopolis is a consequence of a complication of the world, the general commodification of the world that includes to an increasing extent human beings. This is just a very efficient thing for the elites to have a concentration of workforce where people who will be able to work cheaper and produce more by being right there at the center of production. Is that what? What you're saying, produce more and also by more become consumers, because workers are simultaneously consumer, so there is a a bishop's or two, if you so wish seal between being workers and consumers and I, think that there are two your which are combined, and normally one is made. Opera is the big over-centralisation to the other one is the verticalisation of AF- architecture. May Boca Use a? It's an example Chung Ching in China which had the six hundred thousand people in the nineteen thirty s and now thirty four million people living in it. I talked to contrast this with a different. Format Orbis or shape of the city. A form of the city in which that is some sort of harmony of balance between the body of the citizen and the body of the city where the citizen doesn't feel The one thing I'm saying is that it is good that we presser diversity in urban form and preserving diversity means among other things saving and saving the other historical see also because there is in even more. More disturbing feature of urban farming cities taking shape in in our time, and that is the fact that wide ancient cities. Historical CDs had a boundary around the city in the case of Venice Lagoon, case of other cities, the walls around the city now the boundaries around the boundaries of the city are being gradually substituted by boundaries within the city which has boundaries between the gentrified areas. For. The Hey and the have nots. You can see that in Paris very well. This can impact is. Also in Rome or in Milan dimension, Italian cities, the gated communities are increasingly frequent all around the world, but the gated communities are for those who are wealthy or relatively wealthy, while the other people are condemned to live in favelas. Zeal or in in be don't be like this aim French. I'm just thinking of Paris. I was just in Paris with a group. And I was explaining how they protect the center of Paris where everything is the months heart, scale you know six or eight story tall monster building, so you can see the domes, and you can see the spires, and you can see the Eiffel Tower and then right when you get to the periphery. Periphery this big boulevard that circles the city outside of that. It's just no-holds-barred, and it's like keeping the Cadillac Bay outside of that periphery. It's forced of skyscrapers within that you've got the elegance of the classic people friendly city that is in a sense, a gated community, because it's unaffordable for lot of people, and they end up outside a town in the rougher downtrodden neighborhoods. This is what's going on. Your description is absolutely perfect I think. But this involves a separation with inside, which is socially potentially very dangerous for the future. which is not precisely what I would call democracy.
"The underworld. Today's quote comes from Salvatori profanity. An influential captain in the most famous Colombo crime family based in New York City for fought. She's actions were ruthless but they were necessary to keep the families disputes away from authorities. Nowhere was this sentiment more apparent than in his famous quote. Goodfellas don't sue goodfellas goodfellas kill goodfellas cheese. Father Joe was the original head of the crime family before his death in nineteen sixty two in the years. Following the family was taken over by Joseph Colombo. The younger prophecy never expressed regret over. Not taking over for his father. He knew it was best if he worked outside of the limelight. Things were easier to accomplish in the shadows while Prophet. She never led the family. His role was important in keeping the peace profound. She was known to be a great mediator. Inter family disputes and was called in to squash any problems for example in nineteen ninety two a mob lawyer in Philadelphia named Salvatore threatened to sue a mobster named carmine Franco Avena accused Franko of skimming money off the top of their Waste Management. Racket without telling him as if the accusation itself wasn't enough to stir up trouble. Avena wanted to take the matter to court. Never the best idea for a criminal organization. The fifty-six-year-old flew in to settle the dispute at the behest of the Colombo family Ci Son was also married to a Venus daughter so in addition to helping the crime family he was protecting his own family profonde. She begged Wien not to file a civil suit. Exposing the entire business in front of a judge would lead to more charges against everyone but Avena was steadfast. That's when pro fauci uttered his famous quote to survive the mob. You had to avoid the courts. This wasn't how things were run instead. Violence was the law of the land. Profonde she didn't want Vena killed. He was family but if he didn't relent. That would be the only way forward. It took some more working over but Avena down. He and Franco settled their deal out of court weeks. Later the problem was federal officials. Had bugged. Evine is office. Every word of his conversation with Prof Archie was heard and some of prophecies comments were used to pin his men on a slew of charges. It was the biggest and most ironic slip up of his career. But he himself ultimately didn't face prosecution he was able to retreat back into the shadows just the way he liked it after a few more years of peacekeeping by the early two thousands prof
"salvatori" Discussed on The Tip Off
"With all of that felt through they were ready to move ahead off the Selangor. Cv and having an interview. They took our report. This guy who we can't name got to work and in the end spent a month in to cover and it wasn't long before he witnessed firsthand. The things people had been telling Alan off to work for a few weeks. They found that they were being paid about three pounds. Four Allah and he met the people that the former workers at spoken about men who seemed to be suffering these men will working for the prestige but also living in property owned by him a box rude behind the high street to live often pay with be deducted to account for rent so they would never even see that full pay which was already below minimum wage. One of the men living like that. They decided to call a to protect his identity after getting to know him and Building Up Trust. He agreed to be interviewed. A was a foreign national who had been working for years for Salvatori depressed. We heard from him that he was essentially being paid about fifty five pence our he was also like basically working for Salvatori Lopresti doing jobs working in his family home. Helping with steam has in his bathroom doomed. The gardening basically doing anything Salvatori the prestige will as what is working on the ice cream vans and all the walls living in like a dump. Small Cove flap tucked away behind Bedminster High Street which is an area in South Bristol. They also head of another man. Yaacob Yakub was working twelve hour days for five pounds a day over eight years and there was more he'd allegedly been struck in face. During an argument with the prestige. Salvatori had been with a broomstick when he wanted to go. I want to get out. Can I have my D- documents because one of the first things Salvatori said to have done was when Yaqoob applied for the job? That was being advertised. Salvatori requested handover his idea documents and not just gave him total control of Yakub and he said that he was holding his money for him. He was keeping it safe him. Yeah he was hospitalized them vomiting blood yaacob who likely had learning difficulties worked for eight years pulling twelve hour day shifts seven days a week. He got five pounds a day. He later told detectives that the jobs he did for Lopresti included selling ice creams from vans painting and decorating and performing maintenance work on Salvatore rental properties even ended up being test reworking his bosses German Shepherd. He was stuck as soon as it taken up. Salvatore's offer work all those years ago his ID documents have been confiscated. It was shocking story alone and isn't as undercover reporter. Were logging all that. They found and it was mounting up. But here they had a dilemma. There was serious abuses going on and man who could be in real danger if they published too soon that put them in a tricky spot. I've primary focus as an organization is obviously publishing but we also definitely recognize our moral and ethical responsibility towards the people that we had found information about namely Yakubu a especially given the fact that they were still working in the business or still kind of under the thumb of south tour of the prestige. We are just talking about from workers who'd already packed up and left the more we learn about the relationship the conditions they're living in and so on and so forth and more. We recognize that it would be irresponsible to just run a story whilst those people were still in the organization so we saw professional advice from sisters from anti-slavery charities to try and assess how to handle this. There were also questions around. You know it was. It was quite hot. Pin DOWN THE NATIONALITY OF A A. We were also asking ourselves if we weren't a story exposing Salvatori prestigious record and his actions. Do we risk having a deport hits because although there are some safeguards victims of slavery trafficking if it can't be stood up the office doesn't have exactly a good track record in terms of protecting victims and survivors of of these crimes. It was quite a complex moral maze to try and work our way through along and a team weighed up everything and they've decided it could put vulnerable people at risk if they went ahead and publish too quickly so instead they contact the authorities and wait to see what will happen next trying to be patient waiting for news so as not to jeopardize the case during that interim it was really strange because we were like where the police up to in their investigation. We're aware of these conditions. We're not going to leave it to them because we're not exactly imbued with confidence that the police actually going to be able to investigate and prosecute. Salvatori here but we also don't want to ruin any chances for these men to be able to be relocated and to be offered support which we as an organization Conti so that was this frustrating period. Where we were dame were digging. We were interviewing a we were bringing in interpreters to be able to manage those conversations and to try to gather as much information as possible but we also want to release anything until we knew that the police investigation had been exhausted in the end the charge Salvatore Loprestie with forced labor under salt. We were speaking with sources. Who really optimistic. They were like. There's so much evidence head. There's no way out but then the case never made it to trial. A judge found that seventy five year old mister prestige dementia men. He was unfit to stand trial and so the charges were dropped. There were pretrial hearings. We saw Salvatori who quite century barrel chested Sicilian man. You know standing in the dog at Bristol. Crown Court can quite believe it. After all these years of investigating him he was there alongside his son rubber. So from this moment of thinking that Salvatori was going to be done for one day. Slavery suddenly disappeared but there will be some consequences. What did happen was a slavery trafficking risk or was it was the first slavery and trafficking risk or two of its kind that was issued by evening. Sunset Police is applied for by the police and district judge enforced there and essentially it was a restriction on. Salvatori preventing him from being able to manage employees. Be a boss. As well. As rent properties to workers of his it was halfway measure but one which was the only available avenue for the police in for the courts given his dementia diagnosis and the judge clearly said in her judgment. Thoughts Salvatore was a Monday slavery risk and he needed to be restricted. His activities is a Boston as a landlord really needed to be controlled and stopped on. The police would say that point. It was a reporting which contributed to that. Sto being made alum is in the magistrate's Court the day or was made I was tense. She's like quite claustrophobic. Will box room? It's not grand so of courtroom Crowd so yeah. We pretty much sop shoulder to shoulder with people who've come to support Salvatori and watching the case they know you are an off. The SALVATORI was issued with this slavery trafficking risk to which is real donning diamond. The judge decided that he wasn't real slavery risk and in the hallway off to the robot. His son who's he's a big bloke. He came up to me and kind of job his finger my direction and shot at me in front of all of the police and the lawyer is if we do anymore reporting on him where he's died he's GonNa come sue us and that he had nothing to do with the business. Robert Salvatori son denied any responsibility for the conditions. The ice cream trade off properties ironed vice father's company later when the cable officially put the allegations to develop RESI company. They did not respond by now. The courts have dropped the criminal charges but have handed down modern day. Slavery Order Meaning. Salvatori can no longer undertake certain activities. Along wasn't satisfied he wanted to know whether the prestige abiding by the order so journalists kept going checking in to see if he or some were breaching any of the conditions..
"How To Cope During A Crisis" with Therapist Sharon Ellenbogen
"It's likely that our listeners have spent a thousand hours reading and listening and watching news focused on the escalating numbers and cases of deaths in different cities. And we'd like to focus on the other side of that crisis that we haven't really addressed enough for our listeners. And that's the psychological aspects and how to deal with it there's so many aspects of this situation that causes stress and grief for even the most resilient us should. We discuss this crisis in terms of the five stages of grief. Yes I think that really is appropriate because everybody has their own responses to this prices so the stages of Grief Art denial bargaining anger sadness and acceptance. And they're not linear. There are some people that are in denial. There are some people that are bargaining with this disease. Some people are really angry and some people are really sad and some people surprisingly are accepting this and they're hunkering down and they're saying life is so simple now. I don't have to think about where to go and where to be and they're getting very Connected Online and they're doing things that they've never experienced online but we're social beings and we need to stay connected. The kids on the beach in in Miami. We would you say that. That's the denial part of things. Or do we all personally go through. Denial Stage I think that we all personally go through denial stage and these kids. They want their spring break. They've worked really hard. This is really upsetting that. They have the mobility That they want and the Salvatori experience that they want so I think at that point they just said. Hey Yolo your only Lewan like we had the same thing in Malibu last weekend. Bill with the terrible traffic that was on our highways and on our beaches it was certainly all of southern California. Decided they were on spring break? And we're coming to the beach but they were not standing sixty depart not even three three feet apart so I I do feel like. There is a certain amount of denial. That happens after denial. Do you go into anger. Or bargaining bargaining. Is the decision making that you do with yourself? That makes it okay. So if I go to the store and I'm six feet away from somebody and I'm getting three roles of Those big bulk toilet papers then. I don't have to go out for the next month. And so you're bargaining with how. How much anxiety. You have with actually going out and having hoarding behavior. Let's say where you're bargaining with. Oh I only need this much and I'll leave the rest or somebody else. Is there a timeline for this? There's not a time there's an. It's not linear either. He's you can go in and out of denial in and out of Depression in and out of anger. Can you be ages at the same time? Yes because we're not. Linear beings were were very much chaotic people. We can feel more than one feeling at a time right. Exactly yeah. The insecure feeling the uneasiness. The confusion the little bit of anger and being in the dark. Tell us about how we should be thinking about these issues well. Anger is a very in a response to anxiety and stress. Most people get angry when they feel out of control. What I think people usually is that the only thing that you have control over is your own behavior in your spawns. When you don't know what's going to happen. I call that anticipatory anxiety and the not knowing can really disrupt regulate your system into a fight or flight or freeze response But most people know it as fighter flight. The practices is to come back to the presence and censor yourself so what I mean by. That is in the present moment. What are you doing to take care of yourself? And when you're agitated or or dysregulation You're not in a state of rational Sankaran. Need some other person. Or maybe that internal voice that I found to be able to reassure an Souso. We're pack animals. We don't really survive alone very well and so sometimes it's going to a friend. Sometimes it's going to a family member Eh. It's not about telling somebody what they should do but meeting somebody where they are and comforting them in that
"salvatori" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Create a community let because the call and the best thing about this choir is meeting new people making friends and especially singing in front of important people yes in fact the K. sim moto ET I like the fact that we're very close knit people here are really nice and really understanding that today I don Dey this theater is big and I like it I've made new friends not only with the court article Belano but also with the children's chorus yes I can say something wrong I like the twin creek bus world different we have different nationalities so we get to know each other much better I performed in an opera in Germany and I love singing in a practice it's nice to be in the choir and to the way we showed my practice every Monday afternoon under the excellent guidance of Meister Salvatori from too little when okay missile jokingly thank you William the message we want to communicate to them is that this is their home we want as many people as possible to come to our theater and to feel the same way about it that we do music allows you to speak a variety of languages together while speaking the same language and this is the message we want to give through this course deputy and.
Grandfather to plead guilty in death of girl who fell from cruise ship
"York your grandfather in Indiana charged in Porter Rico after his granddaughter fell from the window of a cruise ship last year appearing in a courtroom in San Juan this week Salvatori Intel declined his right to a jury trial he instead will have a hearing the changes plea to guilty of negligent homicide and it will initially told authorities he did not know the window on the eleventh floor of the royal Caribbean cruise ship was open when he held his toddler granddaughter Chloe up in July the royal Caribbean claims that L. could be seen on video leading out of that window before he picked the girl up the family's attorney says the plea deal includes no jail time and no admission of facts Ribeiro
Indiana grandfather will plead guilty in girl's cruise ship death
"The northern Indiana grandfather charged in Porter Rico after his granddaughter fell from the window of a cruise ship last year will plead guilty WGN's Ryan burl without appearing in a courtroom in San Juan this week Salvatori Intel declined his right to a jury trial he instead will have a hearing the changes plea to guilty of negligent homicide no additionally told authorities he did not know the window on the eleventh floor of the royal Caribbean cruise ship was open when he held his toddler granddaughter Chloe up in July but real Caribbean claims that L. could be seen on video leaning out of that window before he picked the girl up the family's attorney says the plea deal includes no jail time and no admission of
Royal Caribbean: Video shows grandfather knew window was open
"Hurt we'll Caribbean cruise line claims it has evidence that lays blame for the death of an Indiana toddler on her grandfather WGN trying borough royal Caribbean has filed court documents citing video evidence that Salvatori and I will leave his upper body out of the eleven for open window on the cruise ship for several seconds he then picked up eighteen month old granddaughter Chloe why again and held her near and outside of the window for thirty four seconds before he lost his grip and she fell will Caribbean says en ello was recklessly endangering her life the family suing the cruise line for negligence real Caribbean once the lawsuit dismissed and I was facing a criminal charge of negligent
Royal Caribbean: Video shows grandfather knew window was open
"Her real Caribbean cruise line claims it has evidence that lays blame for the death of an Indiana toddler on her grandfather WGN trying borough royal Caribbean has filed court documents citing video evidence that Salvatori and I will leave his upper body out of the eleventh floor open window on the cruise ship for several seconds he then picked up eighteen month old granddaughter Chloe why again and held her near and outside of the window for thirty four seconds before he lost his grip and she fell will Caribbean says en ello was recklessly endangering her life the family suing the cruise line for negligence real Caribbean once the lawsuit dismissed and I was facing a criminal charge of negligent
Royal Caribbean: Video shows grandfather knew window was open
"Hurt royal Caribbean cruise line claims it has evidence that lays blame for the death of an Indiana toddler on her grandfather WGN trying borough royal Caribbean has filed court documents citing video evidence that Salvatori and I will leave his upper body out of the eleventh floor open window on the cruise ship for several seconds he then picked up eighteen month old granddaughter Chloe why again and held her near and outside of the window for thirty four seconds before he lost his grip and she fell will Caribbean says en ello was recklessly endangering her life the family suing the cruise line for negligence real Caribbean once the lawsuit dismissed and I was facing a criminal charge of negligent
Recycling And The Mob
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow. Oh online learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact so in nineteen eighty-seven something convinced convinced many U.. S. cities to pick up recyclable items from residents homes Sarah Gonzales with our planet money podcast reports it started with a garbage barge and the mob mob yeah we kinda over cycling to the Mafia like the Gambino's John Guidi yeah that Mafia and and it starts with this guy in Mobile Alabama low Harrelson H. A. R. R. E. L. S. O. N.. Super Proud of his age eighty five live. Can you believe that still running onto cylinders not a mafia guy just a regular guy you call them farmer of you like this. I grew up. They were sharecroppers. I grew corn cotton potatoes. All kinds of vegetables typical of Alabama grew up in a home The days then in the nineteen eighties Harrelson learns this thing that he hates trash has a hidden use the methane garbage emits can be turned into electricity so Harrelson Allston decides he's going to collect a bunch of garbage in North Carolina and turn it into energy but he would need a lot of garbage and at the time if you were interested interested in garbage. New York was the place but it was controlled by the mob. Oh yes now. That's a story that will take a lot more time than we have today. Those cartel control the flow of garbage and has yet deal with specifically. You had to deal with a guy named <music> Salvatore Avellino Sal a Mambas with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring inspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found him. Hello Hi this Salvatori. Yes he's auditory. My Name is Sarah and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I want to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest which I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea hi dear what I was way ahead of my time and do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about yes okay yes. He minds Salvatore Avellino guys picked. picked up garbage and Lowell Harrelson wanted to buy it. There was a ride in a stretch Cadillac Limos. That was a little scary but that was it. Harrelson was in business with the Mafia. He's a nice guy. I like how they rent. A barge called the Mo bro four thousand and he tugboat to tug the barge and on March twenty second nineteen eighty seven three thousand one hundred and eighty six tons of New York garbage set sail steered by Captain Duffy saint-pierre a few saint-pierre one of the best in business people start noticing the barge moving down the coast like what is that thing they think there must be some mobster toxic big waste hidden on the barge and a court order blocks it from unloading in North Carolina the get out and get away from this crowd the barges tied to a Cyprus tree the and the Mississippi River Waiting Mississippi didn't want it Florida Alabama Louisiana all say do not bring it here the barges on the nightly news like who will say no tomorrow the most watched load of garbage in the memory of man. It's become something of a national joke still loaded with tons of garbage still unwanted so the buyer just bobbing in the water two months four months baking in the sun poor captain. Duffy saint-pierre can't dock anywhere to take a shower even and there are all these stats coming out at the time that showed. Food town dumps were closing so people that they filled them all up. There was nowhere for this garbage to go. We've run out of places to throw away our throwaways always where we feel. We weren't full. This is Thomas Kinman in environmental economist at Bucknell University. He's as town dumps were closing but bigger. Regional landfills were taking their place but people didn't see that and so the recycling Arrow was born. That's why we recycled to this day. Who knows where we'd be without that barge? After five months a judge ordered Lowell Harrelson's garbage to go back to where it came from New York to be burned what a legacy <hes> forever will be known as that dummy who sailed the garbage barge. You are basically the reason why we recycle yeah. It has an impact on my tombstone. I would like them to say this. Oh boy did his damnedest okay and lead there so we recycle now in part because of a misconception that the U._S. was running out of landfill space. Sarah Gonzales N._p._R..
A Mob Boss, A Garbage Boat and Why We Recycle
"I started working on the story about recycling. I did not expect a lost ship and the mob well. I can tell you a story that is actually quite interesting about the origination of recycling. This is Thomas Kinman. He's a professor of Economics Hammocks at Bucknell University to be able to understand why Americans embrace recycling you have to understand the story of the garbage barge or the garbage ship called the Mogo the Mo Bro Yeah the Mogo M. O.. B. R. Owes how this story yeah. The problem is the problem is is this guy was allegedly part of the Mafia. So I'm getting mad at me still alive you can google it. He is still alive and yeah we kind of recycling to the mafia to the so called five families in New York who made up the Italian American mafia you know the Gambino's John Guidi that Mafia specifically we over cycling to a guy named Salvatore Avellino sal a chauffeur and Mabaso Baba's with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found sal okay name. I'm going to call a real actual mob boss. How that's how high this Salvatori? He's Hey Salvatori. My Name is Sarah I am doing. I work for an economic show and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge <hes>. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I wanted to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest. I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea but I was way ahead of my time but <hes> I don't WanNa really going to it. Okay okay. I'm sorry okay. Do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about it. Oh yes okay yes. He minds okay. Okay okay. Thank you so much. Salvatori bye-bye okay decades ago sal had a business partner a guy named Lowell Harrelson of Mobile Alabama not a Mafia guy just a regular guy. I'm so glad that I got in touch with you. Lull Well Nice to meet new folks. You know so. I'm happy you did too. I wish you'd feel another subject also does not want to tell me the story rather just go away. You know frankly yeah I sent her. I never had to mention it again. I mean okay <hes>. Would you be open to just chatting with me like five minutes. I'm not fond of this. I can assure you nonetheless. You sound like a nice lady. They didn't if you ever be you you give me a call and we'll meet up. <hes> is a cup of coffee well then. I think I'M GONNA plan a trip to mobile very good. You let me know when you plan to arrive. I would even pick you up. Okay Okay Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Sarah Gonzalez today on the show the greatest shame and secret of all Harrelson's life that changed garbage in the U._S. forever. It's part one of two shows and the first story involves the Mafia a talking
"salvatori" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Back. This is a good sign. He's talking with his officiating team. Calling it a major. Yup. On brady. Tom lack for boarding. It's a five minute major. I'm Brady Tom link, and the fact that they are sending him off the ice is gonna come with a game misconduct, which means Brady Tom lack will be done for the rest of this game. That's a big loss for air force losing one of your top line centers. Tomlin still on the bench. Frank Salvatori wants an explanation, and Tom let got one of these called in Las Vegas. There was a five minute major and they sent him off the ice for a game misconduct. He got another one right here. So a five minute power play coming up for Sacred Heart pioneers lead to one twelve oh four left in the second air force had just scored to make this a two one game. Yesterday's game was two nothing. The falcons just scored to make it a two one game a one one tie rather. And then the pioneers scored to go up to one shortly after that that didn't look like a major to me. I. I thought it was going to be a trippy call look like he got his stick in the skates of of magenta in Madeira went down into the boards. It didn't look like there was any type of intent on that play. But the officials thought so no goes over to serve the penalty..
Helicopter rotor decapitates man at Fla. airport
"At ten o'clock a horrific accident in Hernando county. A man lost his head trying to repair a helicopter Hernando county. Sheriff's office says a man was decapitated by helicopter, Thursday afternoon died almost immediately have investigators say sixty two year old Salvatori DC died while he and another man used a power cart to try and jumpstart the chopper for an unknown reason helicopter, suddenly jerked up and then came down. That's when we're told DC was struck in the head by
Helicopter rotor decapitates man at Fla. airport
"A horrific accident in Hernando county. A man lost his head trying to repair a helicopter Hernandez county sheriff's office says a man was decapitated by helicopter Thursday afternoon died. Almost immediately. Investigators say sixty two year old Salvatori defeat died while he and another man used a power cart to try and jumpstart the chopper for an unknown reason the helicopter suddenly jerked up and then came down. That's when we're told DC was struck in the head by
"salvatori" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Rosca Salvatori time out kid family. That's devastating win Delano male a male dot com. Secretary of homeland security. Kirsten Nielsen says her department is saddened by the death of a seven-year-old migrant girl just hours after she was taken at a US border patrol custody. Speaking on FOX and friends Nielsen says, it's an unfortunate incident. It's heart wrenching is what it is. In my heart goes out to the family all of olive DHS s. You know, this is just a very sad example of the dangers of this journey this family chose to cross illegally the battle. Meanwhile, continuing over the border wall, Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley says the idea of a solid wall is a bad one in the first place, the border guard itself says a concrete wall is an absolute mistake. They say the border guard needs to be able to see what's going on on the other side that the wall doesn't stop any bad things from happening. It just makes it impossible for the folks on our side to see what's developing. That's why Merkley and his fellow Democrats have said fencing is a better idea than the president's wall. Here's a president who's claiming he wants a wall for security, but it does the opposite. If the issue isn't resolved by the December twenty first deadline, the president vows to follow through on his shutdown threat. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The president is continuing his search for a new White House chief of staff deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley says there are five people. He's considering we expect him to make an announcement pretty quickly. Obviously, obviously if the president and the chief of staff. Make out another deal and extended they can do that. It's their prerogative to do. So the pre right now currently John Kelly is expected to leave the first year. The president is also expected to make an announcement eminently. I'm not gonna tell you that's gonna be. I definitely don't have any tips for you.
"salvatori" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"No wasn't all I am manner net. I mean revolts only the week. I. You do it. Yeah, exactly. Now I'm the Sally because I told the truth, no, because you pull it in bed telling you the truth would have got you may apology part if you just say like, hey, I made a mistake. That's not apologize. And that's at meeting to a phone. 'cause I just wanna say, steak, you know, I'm definitely too late. Nine hundred, correct. You missed your chance. Hey, what's up governed is Riccardi editing it. I, I had to left food do not mess with me. Nobody's messing with us even from across the country. We're not messing with you. All right. Leland. What do you got. All right. So Julie and rich Morgan. Live today. All right, Chris, though, thunder. Page. It's mine. I did see pay to head it before. So they live for just two short years in battle creek, Michigan, or is it lies during that time during they fell in love with Steve's pizza. So when they interview, they said, it's just the best pizza and we've never had any things good. We try new pizza as a whole family and measured against Steve's in nothing else ever added up. So for Julius fifty-six birthday, just the September. The couple was planning to return to Michigan to revisit Steve's pizza. They're going to go on to Michigan just to go have pizza. It's just overkill your wells now. But instead I two hundred dollars for good to, sadly they found out that rich had Saleh Salvatori cancer, and the dining were giving him days or possibly weeks at best to live even more reason. But now that pizza you well, he's hospice right now. So so Julius said, I thought maybe. Just some contact with Steve pizza. Maybe a note. I thought it might be asking too much, but I contacted them hoping on here, something from them that it might cheer rich up..
"salvatori" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Banana crime family associates, so Vesta tola. Gunned down in a brazen. Daytime attack yesterday in the Bronx. The problem. You're big time mobster, you gotta get gunned down you where do you get gunned down you get gunned down and like small talion rest like family owned restaurant? Right. Like when you're getting made getting made something like that. He was he was at the mccafe, no. Oh, do you know how many calories are in that joint? He's daddy. Doesn't care man. He's gone. But the problem is his son Salvatori Tolo. Yeah. That couldn't sound more banana crime family if he tried Salvatori now every time so being what happened to your debt? He was gunned down at a restaurant, and he'll just leave it at that. Yeah. I think so. And there's some jerk will be like a restaurant. I thought he was at McDonald's, and then Salvatori you'll have to defend his father's honor. And it just gets weird from there making his bones when he was dating cheerleaders. Well, you, you know, they're going to all all the chairs now at McDonald's. Mccafe cafes are going to be turned around. So we're not back. That's a good point except for your on those metal. They're on the metal centers that are stuck to the ground. So they're gonna have to decent. Renovations began to put the weapon behind the toilet. One of those old ones where you pull the chain the tank on. Yeah. Why? And when you get up from your mic, cannoli, you've got to ask permission to go to the bathroom. You know? Isn't that a thing? And he was in a drive through actually. Oh, no. Yeah. So what they did is they blocked the drive through. And then that's how they got him. They killed sending in the causeway. It was base driveway. Number two, Mickey D's actually right for it happened to the crew member actually lower the duct because they shot the window. And then they got on the ground because they knew what was up and the worst part is it he had already been through the first window where he paid for his meal. That's that is a good point there too. Says man was murdered. But not before he was robbed..
"salvatori" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Work that went into that one i know that in eleven we had some weather delays so we had to do some setup kind of in the middle of the day but the the staff that we have here at the broadmoor secondtonone my guys do a fantastic job and are ready and able to do with whatever comes up there was a little less time between the last two oh eight and then eleven now here we are in eighteen is that benefactor at all you know i it really hasn't you know we try to provide you know championship conditions on a daily basis for our guest and members and i think you know for us it's just sure there might be some tents and there might be some bleachers out there but as far as we're concerned on the maintenance side of things it's kind of our you know normal routine that we go through we may ramp up you know some of our mowing practices and things of that nature but it's not any different on our side versus the hours are a little bit different but you know as far as you know we're we're coming from it's all about to say during each day of play du and and fred dickman work with the us people on a daily basis and just kinda monitor how things are looking in preparation for the following day then absolutely we're in direct contact with the usda and we have meetings sometimes two and three times a day if needed on course conditions and you know kind of where things are headed and we're all on the same page of you know providing the best championship and playing conditions that we can provide michael salvatori with us he's the superintendent of east course here at the broadmoor were the us senior open begins this coming thursday runs through sunday michael we we talk a lot about whether we came out of a winter what some three months ago that most people i think my consider to be fairly mild for colorado springs.
"salvatori" Discussed on WCHS
"In a row ryan humble now with runners at the corners tying runner at third base with nobody out due to one ballgame lot of offense early in this one we didn't see much offense at all and really parks game on thursday they were stymied by jake car but still found a way to win that game making up for today ryan hummel at the plate the runner goes the pitches high the throat goes through he is out of second archer his caught stealing out that's still leads the water salvatori at third with one out like the aggressiveness pitch up in a way that's a perfect pitch to throw on if you're a catcher alan does a great job puts it right on the bag easy tag there in a like that hurricane went ahead let them throw through their get a chance to cut that runner down there's a swing and a foul off the end of the back humble lunging for that pitch fouled straight back two to one ballgame hurricane leading wheeling park is park bats here in the second hurricanes going to the bullpen going you heard coach bryan southbound say in the pre game we've got four capable senior pitchers this pitch popped up right side it's going to be playable for short he makes the catch they tag it third the throw in and sliding in with the tying run is raw salvatori it's a two ballgame salvatori scores on the fly ball to right off the bat of ryan humble new game tied at two in the second and that's why that's steal a moment ago even though you get the runner cut down at sackett a dozen hurt you still got the guy third less than two outs textbook baseball get the ball in the air to the outfield get that rutter home from third nice job by wheeling park this in get them on them over get them in i like it jones and salvatori led the inning off back to back singles and both those runners that scored coach bryant southbound looks like they're putting in a new right fielder to get the.
"salvatori" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Pass taken away by louis rail to perovic back to rail falcons trying for a takeaway they do get the takeaway in the neutral zone that's cook trying to find kyle hake flashing in from the blue line to pass intercepted by minnesota duluth perovic nine fifteen to go second period where a little over halfway through this hockey game and it's still bulldogs to falcons nothing both minnesota duluth scores coming in the first period then a better second period for air force but they are still down to nothing they've got the pop in the bulldogs and after takeaway salvatori has it but he's in trouble and he lost it out it comes back into the air force and bhutto skate back and pick it up for the falcons dylan abboud comes out from behind the net finds jake levin up the near side to center ice to hakin in it goes style will change on the fly as the puck is deep in the bulldogs in rimmed around farside bailey trying to keep it in can't control it bulldogs will try the near side they've got it a center ice it's backhanded in bouncing knocked away by christoph lewis gives it to a teammate going by falcon can't clear zone though is kept in at the blue line by sandberg the go behind the air force net with it they come back to sandberg from the point he shot blocked by the stick of joe tyron and that one is up on a play eight eleven to go second period still to nothing bulldogs we've got a time out here in sioux falls breath the denny sanford premier center air force minnesota duluth the winner moves on to the frozen four in saint paul the excel centre and a couple of weeks we'll be back after this on the air force img radio network presented by usaa hi welcome to the pure one spring dining and easter sample.
"salvatori" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Cook will back skate pick it up and the falcons bring it right back in with twenty five seconds left on the power play and dan lower body tries to clear it for the griffiths and it's blocked but then it's picked up and cleared by caen time for one more russia here in the falcons phil boji has it pack in the neutral zone pope away from from sarah tori salvatori picks it up and the powerplays over drill it in down low on the goal line syra tori centers one right across the crease picked up by the falcons top of the circle shot in but why another shot by air force that's jordan hemley ghost top shelf with it it's batted out of the air into the corner by your body they play it in the corner in the grips a win this stick battle peeling away with the puck is going to be smeltzer sta candles through the neutral zone come in finds mclaughlin right at the blue line back to smeltzer behind the net shakes and bakes down there and loses the puck taken away by air force and dumped out of there and this is what they're going to let him play retrieving the puck deep is matt steve to mclaughlin at center ice he lost the puck is he slammed into the far side boards and it's taken away and sent in by dylan abboud rims all the way around and stick battle over here along the near side one by caen she's hot to the neutral zone walker summer got his stick on it for air force couldn't control it with abbott jack standard genders pass batted by summer and picked up by walking summer comes in along with his linemate gambelli tried to hit him with the past couldn't do it feeds back to the blue line and that cook will send the net from they're not down covered up in the paint fire bonnie that stops play seven fifty five to go second period still one nothing air force and a.
"salvatori" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Time jimmy floyd and you're listening to mid tejan wnyc and right now we're going to talk about the flu the centers for disease control is cautioning that the country's ongoing flu season is on track to be one of the worst epidemics on record in fact who related hospitalizations rose to nearly sixty out of every one hundred thousand people during the last week of january and into the first week of february a third child has now died from the flew in new york city as we see the devastating effects of the season's outbreak the foods pretty much everywhere the country right now it is really in tents and dozens of states in its reached epidemic levels so the proportion of people who are rushing to their doctors to get treated for the flu is as high as it ever gets a really bad flu season ready and the percentage of people who are in now in the hospital to get treated for the fluid double in the last week alone and at least twenty kids have already died from the food is here that's right this year has been one of the most intense flew seasons in nearly a decade and the flu is not just inconvenient its leading to hospitalizations than as you just heard in that reporting even some deaths but influenza and the flu vaccine is often poorly misunderstood which is why we have decided to make at the topic of this week's please explain joining me now is dr mutarara salvatori assistant professor of healthcare policy and research at weill cornell medical college doctor salvatori we are so happy to see you nice as he to angela and we want you to join the conversation our listeners please call back to onto of 4339692 if you have questions for the doctor about the flu though flu vaccine care and how best to a track at the symptoms and what to do if you think you might have.
"salvatori" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day
"Support for this mbr podcast in the following message comes from we work providing inspiring workspace meaningful services and a global community to help your business grow from brainstorming rooms to see sweet boardrooms bind workspace for the way you think more at we dot coast slash npr a personal shopping service the sort of thing that's been associated with the wealthy elite ten luxury brands certainly not a company like walmart at least until now here's enters elina seljuk jessica leila ninety runs a business called personalized solutions it basically helps busy wealthy people getting stuff done shopping life found management estate management travel planning you name it it's called a concierge service and i asked did not need to meet me and an upskill retail center in downtown washington because i want to talk about personal shopping which is a big part of her job sometimes you're just hired to make sure that they have fifteen different dresses for gala season where maybe there on a really big chip to italy and they need you to purchase outfits and then pack them one person hired her to close on a new condo and quickly furnish it there was a lot of christmas gift buying i asked at ninety where she normally goes to shop my favorite designers if we're talking clothing we definitely be amelio pucci i also enjoy salvatori fair got gama which has i think just down from john here exactly for home goods she offers other brands on the higher end but then she says less expensive retail stores also have their moments which gives me chance to bring up a specific one have you ever run into walmart for any of your purchase i have actually never than into walmart for anything client related and walmart really wants to change that the is known for its low prices but now trying to remain the world's largest retailer walmart is branching out its latest test is a personal shopping service the company doesn't divulge any details but it has posted jobs that describe a personalized concierge.
"salvatori" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Double homicide in 1974 all right so does the break this down to be pretty clear so basically his father kills his mother and sixty one pulls him out of the house in sixty one then in sixty eight is fathers involved in this clan type killing the kill uh this this couple because they're cheating on them and then and seventy four the sun breaks into the father's house deals the murder weapon and then goes on a killing rampage now he would have been about age fourteen at this time yeah yeah he would have been fourteen or fifteen at the time i i don't know what monty was born in um it seems off li yang this strange thing here though in this is where i believe this betsy arrived at this conclusion was because win win the father when salvatori had noticed that his home was broken into he called in reported it as a as his home was broken into rain things were stolen when the police arrived to take their report they ask him what was stolen he says there was nothing stolen the house was just broken into they find out that it was the sun that actually broke into the house the thought is spats joos betsy stott is the salvatori would not admit that the only item stolen was a murder weapon that he was present for participated in back in 1968 so what else came from this interview well spits he directly asked him about the twenty two baretta he said if your father owned the 22 beretta you were the person in the best position to take it correct.
"salvatori" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Let's try to prosecute salvatori for the old death of his wife back in nineteen 1960 one instead and then maybe salvatori would confess to crimes of the monster well this ends of backfiring because the trial ends up being a disaster by this time you know we're were almost thirty years removed from the death of his wife and sixty one the trials a disaster the witnesses didn't seem to know much about the death of his wife for at least remember any details of anything that happened that day rain and evidence in that case well it was extremely weak to say it politely everything pretty much in pretty much hinged on the testimony of his son antonio vinci which was one years old at the time he would have been one years old at the time at the death of his mother um and antonio refused to testify against his father so nothing stuck and the drug the judge here struck out and was unable to prosecute salvatori but the stores none over in this case has not completely gone cold because they have a new investigator yes new lead investigator is applied to the case he decided to go back to the drawing board because right now this thing is very muddled and he decides it he's going to review what little forensic evidence has been collected throughout all of these crimes of the monster yeah you'd think there'd be some sort of dna well the things that they have in in evidence captain is they have a need print and nieporent was found on on the door of one of the vehicles they found a bloody rag at one of the crime scenes in they also found a partial fingerprint now you also have to keep in mind you don't know if that partial fingerprint belongs to the killer just somebody that happened to be in or around the vehicle kurd now this investigator will outrightly state the he learned very quickly that none of this none of this evidence was analysed properly nor was it stored properly so at some point prize surprised at some point you you lose value in your unable to get anything of value from this evidence.
"salvatori" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"That one of the other uh people involved would be making a crime happen pretty quickly have of another murder happened pretty quickly that way gets the public going hey it's not the guy um so it's kind of weird that there is a gap from set a sixty eight to seventy four and then from seventy five of four to eighty one right right in a in your right though you might have tapped into something because after we see one of the guys picked up that ends oh sp aletty there seems to be an increase in the frequency of the crimes of the monster um now the judge the judge was focusing on the vinci brothers and remember we mentioned one of those brothers names this is salvatori uh the judge is now believing that salvatori was present for the stefanos melee with stefan o'malley at the murder of his wife and love her back and sixty eight in fact salvatori was suspected of having killed his own wife before leaving sardinia his wife had been found x fixated by gas in their home back in 1960 one the death had officially been determined a suicide but here's the strange part some one had taken the time to go into the home someone had rescued the couple's one year old son this is antonio vinci from the house while leaving the boy's mother to die the judge could not bring salvatori to trial for being the monster of florence but yet he's convinced the salvatori was the monster so now there's not enough evidence to book him on this however he thought what they should do.
"salvatori" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"So they yes the key word is day and so now armed with this information spasm plus the police now believe this to faunal melee was not alone the night in 1968 when his wife in lover were killed it had not been a spontaneous crime of passion but rather a what they call a clan killing so stefanos in a group of people killed his wife and her lover under this theory so his confession was a false confession correct it was not a false confession bela a beloved out some details though and investigators theorized that one of the killers or somebody present that night had enjoyed the experience so much that he had gone on to become the monster of florence using the same gun the it committed the crimes 1968 a new invent in new investigation is underway and what now the police were calling the sardinian connection they they focused in in zeroed in on three sardinian brothers now remember we said this to faunal was from sardinia and they probably looked at people close to him during this time so these are three sardinian brothers francesco salvatori and giovanni vinci they believed it is believed that all three of them had at one point been lovers or very close to the murdered woman from 1968 and one or more of them would have been present at the time of her killing due to their investigation the police end up arresting francesco but on september 9 this is eighty three we have francesco vinci still in jail the monster was most certainly on the loose a german couple had parked there volkswagen camper for the night both were spied upon and then shot several times and killed.
"salvatori" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"Eventually eventually we need more about this guy decay olloba that while back to salvatore event meantime mario rotella the the magistrates finally formally accused salvatori of being a monster he couldn't actually build a case against and so he decided instead to charged with murdering his wife back in nineteen sixty one back inserted denia and i've heard the details of this case and it was odd at really highly questionable she supposedly committed suicide but it looks sure as hell was to me like he murdered her and he had it but if she was true around on him so you know honor and all that stuff but he's a load of in his mind in his mighty our and even for his fellow villagers often the hills of sardenia that was probably justifiable ousted enough to make them look the other way when it happened but salvatori who is charged with murder put on trial and that was in 1980 eight so he spent a little early six to eighty eight in jail and then prior to that he was under surveillance so i'm not sure if he's good for the 1985 murderer or not but anyway after the trial he got off and he left and immediately went back to serbia and went up into the mountains and disappeared he has never been heard from again paints a source for salvatore but pitcher apache arne did not go away and a different set of prosecutors has tried to build a case against him and of course.