17 Burst results for "Stephanie Sinclair"

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 6 months ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the Red zone when it comes to covert transmission for the first time, resident Stephanie Sinclair says she's disappointed. It's unfortunate, to be honest and disappointing, honestly, taking it day by day and week by week. I can't say how I'll feel in to be honest in a couple weeks, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says he's frustrated and concerned, especially for the city seniors and those in nursing homes. Now, the mayor says it's up to Bostonians to make start smart decisions and stop the spread or in the process of concerned about. We have to shut everything down again because 25 people here 25 people there. 25 people over here decided to get together have a party on Walsh announcing yesterday that Boston will not be entering the second part of Phase three of reopening the economy, like much of the state will be next week. Three free. It's time for traffic and weather together. Let's try to get you all missed soon as we can. Subaru retailers New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes like big problems, though north of town this's the upper end of 4 95 north that's crawling from the low connector up through and over six miles of stop and go avoid this, if you can. It's a crash cleanup going on up after 1 33 and maybe a little closer to 93 to give you an idea. Anyways, they've got two lanes blocked up there and huge delays. 93 North. Bounds crawling few miles through Wilmington Rule. 1 29 a past 1 25. That's worst, unusual. 1 28 North has them stop and go up after route to a pretty slow a past The 93 interchanges Well and now delays coming up through one north up to Lynnfield getting word of a breakdown right in the Lynnfield Tunnel more that's a bad spot. The expressway South is just inching along from the tunnel down towards the gas tank. Now you're back in it by granted. Have 45 minutes. Boston to Braintree. Prepare for that North Allen delays coming in shore East Milton. A passing upon set circle Three. Stop This backed up a little coming off the expressway, but not too bad down through South Weymouth or hang him. 93 is backed up both ways. Exiting off at route 24. We see that typically Downtown. The Tobin Bridge. Outbound is jam no surprise there. Storrow Drive East is slow coming into Leverett Circle and big delays to the West. This's 1 90 north that's backed up about four miles coming up through West Boylston and holding. This is roadwork going on few miles up after Route 12 miking W. B. C's traffic on the threes, the one who comes to the rest of the day. You'll see a couple of clouds out there. But thankfully I'm looking at the radar right now, and it is rain free, so we will take it at least for today. We got some conditions.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

08:48 min | 11 months ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Remastered collection valve also plans to offer benefits for EA. Access subscribers on steam expected to be available later the summer all right. Let's talk a little bit more about why everybody seems to be downloading twitter. Yeah according to data from both APP Topa and uncensored tower, the twitter mobile APP had its most global downloads and installs everything in the past week. Senator Tower estimated that twitter received more than a million downloads on both Monday and Tuesday and Topa estimated that twitter reached a record number of installs on Wednesday with six hundred, seventy, seven thousand downloads worldwide, including more than five hundred thousand. The US APP TOPA also reported that twitter peaked at forty million daily users deal active users on. Thursday and twitter also reported at thirty one million monetize, -able daily active users, which is the number that twitter actually cares about the most. Their last earnings report the thirty one million, so the peak of forty million by comparison is a little bit apples and origins because they do the monetize, evil. Thing, a lot of this is explained by people around the world. Wanting to know what's going on the United. States as as things are moving more rapidly. Their local news outlets may not be posting stories as fast as they would want, so they're wanting to see what's happening on twitter. They hear a lot of people posting on twitter, and they wanna see what those people are actually saying on twitter. And I think that explains a lot of it, but I also think. Those of us here in the United States are using it more I use twitter regularly. It's not like I downloaded it new, but I was using it in a much different way this past week specifically on Monday when we had protests a mile away from here. And some looting happened and I was keeping tabs on that all day because I knew the protests were scheduled and I was trying to see like okay. What's happening this? This one seemed like it's under control, etc, and twitter, even though you have to sift through a lot of misinformation and exaggeration was the best way to know okay, this is an actual video. What's happening I? Know that that's in my neighborhood and see what's happening minute by minute. So I imagine that's part of this as well. Yeah, I mean I. I totally agree I I've actually fallen off of posting on twitter. Followers are happy about that a lot of just kind of silly stuff that I use twitter for I. I no longer do because I don't know people get busy and find other APPs to do so but. I definitely find that if there is some sort of. Major News events, and this you know the last. The last three months. Really are the most major news events that we've had in some time. Twitter is the place that I go fired up and be like okay. What are people talking about? And then sometimes I have to go other places to get a little bit more context. 'cause it's twitter. Pat I wondered how you feel and being in a different part of the you know the US for the first time, and in some time, and and how you keep up on the news. It's it's been interesting because the place I was we. We were sheltering in place for several weeks in the San Luis Valley. In southeastern Colorado and it's a part of the United States where technically there's like five people per square mile, and in reality I think it's much lower than that because you know. A third of more than third of the population of Valley is in one town, and I bring this up. Because when you get someplace like that. A lot of what you find out is by actually physically talking to people who live there or who talk regularly to law enforcement. Because there there, there is A. A paper it comes out weekly There is no huge twitter presence. There is no huge. There's just not a lot of social media. Keep track of stuff and it was kind of an interesting moment. Because you're looking at what's going on with the state. You're trying to keep abreast of what's happening locally. you know for me at this point. The noise to signal ratio is or is so bad on twitter I. Find It incredibly frustrating and I've just been easing back into it. Also there's eighty two towns in Saint Louis and I still don't know the names of sixty of them, so it makes it really hard, sometimes kind of track. What's going on and where it actually is? I know where Kirkwood. My grandmother lived there. All right back in April, Mashal won a case against photographer Stephanie Sinclair Manageable had embedded one of sinclair's instagram posts and the judge. You might think reasonably concluded. That sinclair licensed the photo to instagram. That's part of the instagram terms of service, and so the embed. Was essentially a sublicense but Monday. A judge ruled against Newsweek in a similar case with photographer Eliot mcguckin that judge said that there was not enough evidence of a sub license granted when embedding so ars technica went and asked instagram. What do you think should happen here? And they got a surprising answer. Instagram told ARS TECHNICA that it does not provide a copyright license to users of its embedding API. The company said their terms of service allow them to grant sub licenses, but that quote, our platform policies require third parties to have the necessary rights from applicable holders to embed. In other words, you need permission from the owner of an instagram post to imbed an instagram post that isn't yours. This is likely not done yet as Newsweek can appeal. And there's precedent at the circuit court level the ninth circuit. Court has ruled about something called the server test, which kind of sidesteps this whole sub-licensed thing, and says whoever runs the server delivering the content has the liability so in this case. If you were using the server test, the judge would have said well. INSTAGRAM is serving. The photo and Instagram has the license for the photo, so it's fine. That the judge in this case did not use the server test I imagine Newsweek. We'll try to assert the server test in its appeal, and that appeal is likely to make it to the Second Circuit Appeals Court, which might or might not follow the Ninth Circuit precedent the server test if it does then this is Kinda done and dusted. Test will likely be solidified as the law of the land, but at the second circuit. Appeals Court. Denies The server test then you've got to circuit courts at each other's odds, and that's when you start to see a supreme court case shaping up. What a mess! And you know to Stephanie Sinclair. Have it have a case back? In the mix that given that clearly. And so yeah, it all depends on national one against her Stephanie. Sinclair sorry, you're right. You're right Elliot Kerr be able to relitigate the. Horse Yeah like how are these things different a news or a publication embedded one of my photos? I take issue with that. What what course do I have maybe exhausted though since she didn't appeal it because she did go to court. Yeah. It's hard to say, but the broader implication is for the time being now instagram's policy is you should not be embedding instagram posts, which is against the way the web works the way the web is worked up to have been by the server test, but instagram also wants you to go to the INSTAGRAM APP or the instagram webpage, but only if the inscribed web pages signed in. They what they've, they've been working very hard to try to force people into using their APP because there is a shining beacon on a hill or or something, but mostly that that comment are technica sounds like a cop out well, you know what I mean like the the the quote to Instagram from our. To me, just reeks of you know. We really don't want to get involved in this litigation, so we're going to tell you. Something is technically true internally that we've probably never published anywhere in our embedding partners are going to be really pissed off at. So WanNA keep their photography. Client's happy and photographers wanted this to not be licenses. They want people to have her mission. Which is why they're going to court over this. Well guess who we haven't talked about on this show broadcom. During broadcom's quarterly earnings call CEO Hop Thanh, said that a large north, American phone mobile customer didn't say who just said you know just the big one normally contributes a double digit. In revenue for Broadcom, which supplies parts like modems. Thanh said that broadcom is now quote not expecting to see this uptick in revenue until our fourth fiscal quarter and quote, he said broadcom is is in on the device. Let has questions about the timing. Apple has to be broadcom's biggest North American..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We'll try to assert the server test in its appeal, and that appeal is likely to make it to the Second Circuit Appeals Court which might or might not follow the Ninth Circuit Precedent. Server test if it does then. This is Kinda done and dusted. Test will likely be solidified as the law of the land, but at the second circuit. Appeals Court. Denies The server test. Then you've got to circuit courts at each other's odds, and that's when you start to see a supreme court case shaping up. What a mess! And you know to Stephanie Sinclair. Have it have a case back? In the mix that given that clearly. And so yeah, it all depends on national one against her. Stephanie Sinclair. Sorry, you're right. You're right Elliot. Be Able to relitigate the. Horse Yeah like how are these things different? A news or a publication imbedded one of my photos I, take issue with that. What what course do I have maybe exhausted though since she didn't appeal it because she did go to court. Yeah, it's hard to say, but the broader implication is for the time being now instagram's policy is you should not be embedding instagram posts, which is against the way the web works the way the web is worked up to have been by the server test, but instagram also wants you to go to the INSTAGRAM APP or the instagram webpage, but only if the inscribed web pages signed in. They what they've. They've been working very hard to try to force people into using their APP. Because there is a shining beacon on a hill or or something, but mostly that that comment are technica sounds like a cop out well. You know what I mean like the the the quote to Instagram from our. To me. Just reeks of you know. We really don't want to get involved in this litigation, so we're going to tell you. Something is technically true internally that we've probably never published anywhere in our embedding partners are going to be really pissed off at. So WanNA. Keep their photography..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Imagine Newsweek, we'll try to assert the server test in its appeal, and that appeal is likely to make it to the second circuit appeals. Court which might or might not follow the Ninth Circuit Precedent on the server test. If it does then this is Kinda done and dusted. Test will likely be solidified as the law of the land, but at the second circuit. Appeals, court. Denies The server test. Then you've got to circuit courts at each other's odds, and that's when you start to see a supreme court case shaping up. What a mess! And you know to Stephanie Sinclair. Have it have a case back? In the mix that given that clearly. And, so yeah, it all depends on national one against her Stephanie Sinclair. Sorry, you're right. You're right, Elliot. Be Able to relitigate the. Horse Yeah. Like how are these things different? A news or a publication imbedded one of my photos I. Take issue with that. What what course do I? Have maybe exhausted though since she didn't appeal it because she did go to court. Yeah it's hard to say, but the broader implication is for the time being now instagram's policy is you should not be embedding instagram posts, which is against the way the web works the way the web is worked up to have been by the server test, but instagram also wants you to go to the INSTAGRAM APP or the instagram webpage, but only if the inscribed web pages signed in. They what they've! They've been working very hard to try to force people into using their APP. Because there is a shining beacon on a hill or or something, but mostly that that comment are technica sounds like a cop out well. You know what I mean like the the the quote to Instagram from our. To me, just reeks of you know. We really don't want to get involved in this litigation, so we're going to tell you. Something is technically true internally that we've probably never published anywhere in our embedding partners are going to be really pissed off at. So, WANNA keep their photography..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"If you were using the server test, the judge would have said well. INSTAGRAM is serving. The photo and Instagram has the license for the photo, so it's fine. That, the judge in this case did not use the server test, I imagine Newsweek. We'll try to assert the server test in its appeal, and that appeal is likely to make it to the Second Circuit Appeals Court which might or might not follow the ninth circuit. Precedent the server test if it does then this. Is Kinda done and dusted? Test will likely be solidified as the law of the land, but at the second circuit, Appeals Court. Denies The server test. Then you've got to circuit courts at each other's odds, and that's when you start to see a supreme court case shaping up. What a mess! And you know to Stephanie Sinclair have it have a case back. In the mix that given that clearly. And so yeah, it all depends on national one against her. Stephanie Sinclair. Sorry, you're right. You're right Elliott. Able to relitigate the. Horse Yeah like how are these things different? A news or a publication imbedded one of my photos I. Take issue with that. What what course do I have maybe exhausted? Though since she didn't appeal it because she did go to court. Yeah it's hard to say, but the broader implication is for the time being now instagram's policy is you should not be embedding instagram posts, which is against the way the web works the way the web is worked up to have been by the server test, but instagram also wants you to go to the instagram APP, or the instagram webpage, but only if the inscribed web pages signed in. They what they've! They've been working very hard to try to force people into using their APP because there is a shining beacon on a hill or or something, but mostly that that comment are technica sounds like a cop out well, you know what I mean like the the the quote to Instagram from are. To me. Just reeks of you know. We really don't want to get involved in this litigation, so we're going to tell you. Something is technically true internally that we've probably never published anywhere in our embedding partners are going to be really pissed off at. So WanNA. Keep their photography..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"If you were using the server test, the judge would have said well. INSTAGRAM is serving. The photo and Instagram has the license for the photo, so it's fine. That the judge in this case did not use the server test I. Imagine Newsweek we'll try to assert the server test in its appeal, and that appeal is likely to make it to the Second Circuit Appeals Court, which might or might not follow the Ninth Circuit Precedent the server test if it does then this is Kinda done and dusted. Test will likely be solidified as the law of the land, but at the second circuit. Appeals Court. Denies The server test. Then you've got to circuit courts at each other's odds, and that's when you start to see a supreme court case shaping up. What a mess! And you know to Stephanie Sinclair. Have it have a case back? In the mix that given that clearly. And so yeah, it all depends on national one against her Stephanie Sinclair. Sorry, you're right. You're right Elliot. Be Able to relitigate the. Horse Yeah. Like how are these things different? A news or a publication imbedded one of my photos. I take issue with that. What what course do I have maybe exhausted? Though since she didn't appeal it because she did go to court. Yeah, it's hard to say, but the broader implication is for the time being now instagram's policy is you should not be embedding instagram posts, which is against the way the web works the way the web is worked up to have been by the server test, but instagram also wants you to go to the INSTAGRAM APP or the instagram webpage, but only if the inscribed web pages signed in. They what they've! They've been working very hard to try to force people into using their APP, because there is a shining beacon on a hill or or something, but mostly that that comment are technica sounds like a cop out well. You know what I mean like the the the quote to instagram. Are. To me. Just reeks of you know. We really don't want to get involved in this litigation, so we're going to tell you. Something is technically true internally that we've probably never published anywhere in our embedding partners are going to be really pissed off at. So, WANNA keep their photography..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"If you were using the server test, the judge would have said well. INSTAGRAM is serving. The photo and Instagram has the license for the photo, so it's fine. That the judge in this case did not use the server test I imagine Newsweek we'll try to assert the server test in its appeal, and that appeal is likely to make it to the Second Circuit Appeals Court, which might or might not follow the Ninth Circuit Precedent. The server test if it does then, this is Kinda done and dusted. Test will likely be solidified as the law of the land, but at the second circuit. Appeals Court. Denies The server test then you've got to circuit courts at each other's odds, and that's when you start to see a supreme court case shaping up. What a mess! And you know to Stephanie Sinclair. Have it have a case back? In, the mix that given that clearly. And so yeah, it all depends on national one against her Stephanie Sinclair. Sorry, you're right. You're right Elliott. Able to relitigate the, Horse Yeah. Like how are these things different? A news or a publication imbedded one of my photos I. Take issue with that. What what course do I have maybe exhausted though since she didn't appeal it because she did go to court. Yeah it's hard to say, but the broader implication is for the time being now instagram's policy is you should not be embedding instagram posts, which is against the way the web works the way the web is worked up to have been by the server test, but instagram also wants you to go to the instagram. APP or the instagram webpage, but only if the inscribed web pages signed in. They what they've. They've been working very hard to try to force people into using their APP because there is a shining beacon on a hill or or something, but mostly that that comment are technica sounds like a cop out well. You know what I mean like the the the quote to Instagram from our. To me, just reeks of you know. We really don't want to get involved in this litigation, so we're going to tell you. Something is technically true internally that we've probably never published anywhere in our embedding partners are going to be really pissed off at. So WanNA keep their photography..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Kingpins

"Even if the search turned up no evidence. These unlucky citizens were still taken to the precinct when they went before a judge. Detectives often used false evidence to get a conviction racism ensured that their protests of innocence fell on deaf ears. The judge always trusted the word of a white police officer. Over a black defendant bail would be said at one thousand dollars or more an astronomical or nominal sum for the average Harlem Resident Saint Clair had neighbors and friends who spent months in jail simply simply because they were unlucky. Enough to turn down the wrong street. COPS entered private homes without warrants. Sometimes they even planted evidence hence as for the policy banks police would bust in and sees cash without making any arrests. God knows where that money ended up. Saint Clair ended her letter with a plea directly to the mayor. She wrote. I beg you with tears in my eyes and a broken heart full of sorrow doc to please do something for these conditions. which might people are going through in Harlem in return? She promised to organize her neighbors to support mayor. Your walkers reelection Saint Clair had painted a picture of a community living under the tyranny of a racist police state and it was effective. This this letter and it's many follow ups were a sensation. Earning coverage in papers around the city including the New York Times almost immediately Saint Clair responses from the police commissioner and the mayor on September Eighteenth Nineteen twenty nine. She published another letter in the Amsterdam News stating that. Everything in her previous letter was being investigated. She also advised everyone on their fourth amendment rights. No police avas circuit enter their home without a warrant or search them on the street. She closed out with the promise. I am going to continue fighting until the members of my my race or freed from these mistreatments from Madame Stephanie Sinclair like all of her letters. A photograph of Saint Clair herself was printed alongside it. In this one she gazed confidently into the Lens. Her head adorned in a chic turban. Delicate earings hiring sparkling next to her face. The public letters were ingenious on her own. She could never match Dutch Schultz way in City Hall. If she'd gone on directly to the mayor with her complaints she would have been turned away but publicity meant pressure but by being so public. She took a major ager risk before she'd been just another policy. Banker a minor annoyance for Dutch Schultz. Now she was the face of his public public humiliation and she'd have to be taken out right after the letters hit the papers. Saint Clair began to receive threatening threatening phone calls throat. Voices on the other end of the line imagined her death in colorful violent fashions. But Saint Clair didn't let them scare her instead. She took those threats to the people in a letter dated October. Second Nineteen twenty nine. She wrote enemies. He's have telephoned almost every night and said they are going to give me a ride and bump me off when they say such things over my private wire I just laugh at at them because such thing sounds silly and simple to me. Saint Clair was the one who get the last laugh on October. Tober Sixteenth Nineteen twenty nine. She wrote another letter quote. I have the satisfaction of knowing that two of the officers who've been framing many any members of the race have been arrested and are now under two thousand dollars bail. Each many more of these officers will be in the same predicament. If they do not stop framing colored people. She'd managed to put two officers in jail in return. She made good on her promise to Mayor Walker publishing more letters in November encouraging everyone in Harlem to register and vote for Walker but the victory victory would be short lived on December thirtieth nineteen twenty nine Saint Clair left her apartment at eleven. Am and in headed to the bus. Stop as she waited. She noticed a policeman she knew loitering nearby. She found that unsettling but she kept her head up and waited for the bus as soon as she boarded the officer gotten on as well. She knew inner gut that this wasn't a coincidence. When she got off she was sure the officer would follow her but when she turned around there was no one there? Perhaps it was nothing. Saint Clair airbrushed it off and kept walking. She'd only gone a few steps when a pair of handcuffs slapped around her wrists. Coming up. Saint Clair takes on the NYPD. Hi It's Kate. I am thrilled to tell you about. A new park has show. I'm hosting with my dark side of and political scandals partner partner Richard. They are natural born leaders with a never ending thirst for power through force and deceit. They rise through the ranks toward radicalism callosum eliminating anyone who stands in their way and the only thing more inevitable than their rise. Is there ruin discover cover the true stories of power greed and deceit in the park cast original series dictators. Every Tuesday dictators examines women's the reign of a real life tyrant exploring the unique conditions. That allowed them to seize control. Each dictator is analyzed in two part art episodes with the first giving insight into their rise to power and the second chronicling the impact of their downfall hear more about the men who claim to love their country but were intricately responsible for killing millions of their own people. Men such as Prime Minister Benito Mussolini Cellini Supreme Leader Kim Jong UN and even Julius Caesar himself discover the governments that fell the lives that were destroyed destroyed and evil at its highest level. Follow dictators free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts now back to the story throughout nineteen twenty nine thirty one year old stephany saint clear used the power four of the pen to fight police. Corruption in the process of few corrupt officers were jailed. But so was saint. Clair when officers cornered that Saint Clair on December thirtieth. She didn't resist. She noticed that one of the officers Dizzy Roberts had a bundle of small slips of paper in his hand. She had a pretty good idea what was going on when she arrived at the police station. Her hunch was right. She was being framed. That bundle of papers was presented to the Court as policy receipts evidence of Saint Clair's involvement in a numbers racket. The cell called evidence was laughable. She never would have carried her own policy receipts. She had employees for that. Never mind the fact. The evidence itself was fake. It didn't matter Saint Clair's lawyer pushed for a jury trial but the presiding judge blocked the motion. Perhaps because any jury of Saint Clair's peers would immediately see through the fabricated evidence instead. He said a bench trial date for January. Sixth Nineteen thirty he. He would be the one to determine the sentence as soon as saint. Clair got home on bail. She wrote.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"It was a muggy night in August. Nineteen twenty nine. All of Harlem was asleep. Except for Madame Queen. Stephanie Saint Clair. She was wide awake. Plotting plotting her revenge. Vicious gangster Dutch Schultz had taken hold of almost all other policy banks in Harlem but Saint Clair was determined women to keep Schultz's dirty hands offer money and her neighborhood. She wanted him dead. But Saint Clair didn't have the means to kill Schultz. He wielded the power of the entire New York Crime Syndicate and had the NYPD in his pocket. All she had was Hurwitz wits if she could draw other powerful people to her. 'cause she'd have a chance against Schultz and if she did it right she'd be able to humiliate humiliate him at the same time. A sudden idea came to her in a flash. She rushed over to her desk and started writing a letter to the Amsterdam News. A popular paper in Harlem two days later Harlem residents opened the Amsterdam News to a photograph of Saint Clair and a luxurious fur coat. Next to the photo was a letter that detailed how her community had been suffering under a corrupt police police force. It was a bold message to Dutch. Schultz I'm not afraid of you. Come and get me. I'm how argued. I'm Kate Leonard and this is kingpins. Apar- cast original every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Dan Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses will explore how money and power change them and how it changed the community around them you can find episodes of kingpins and all other park has originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse and type kingpins in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful full for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast hard cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help us. This is our second episode activist and Policy Banker. Stephanie Sinclair last week. We learned how Saint Clair immigrated to New York City as as a teen during the nineteen twenties. She operated a prominent policy bank in Harlem but by the end of the decade she had attracted the attention of the New York mob. The honeymoon was over. This week will follow. Saint Clair as she singlehandedly defends her policy bank from mob control whole. She'll use every weapon at her disposal from the power of her pin. To her enforcer bumpy Johnson to her own two hands.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Kingpins

"It was a muggy night in August. Nineteen twenty nine. All of Harlem was asleep. Except for Madame Queen Stephanie. Stephanie Saint Clair. She was wide awake. Plotting her revenge. Vicious gangster. Dutch Schultz had taken hold of almost almost all other policy banks in Harlem but Saint Clair was determined to keep Scholz's dirty hands off her money and her neighborhood. She wanted him. It did but Saint Clair didn't have the means to kill Schultz. He wielded the power of the entire New York Crime Syndicate and had the NYPD NYPD in his pocket. All she had was her wits if she can draw other powerful people to her 'cause she'd have a chance stance against Schultz. And if she did it right she'd be able to humiliate him at the same time. A sudden idea came to to her in a flash. She rushed over to her desk and started writing a letter to the Amsterdam News. A popular paper in Harlem two days later Harlem residents opened the Amsterdam News to a photograph. Saint Clair and a luxurious fur coat next to the photo was a letter that a detailed how her community had been suffering under a corrupt police. Force it was a bold message to Dutch Schultz. I'm not afraid of view. Come and get me. I'm Howell heart and I'm kate eight Leonard and this is kingpins apar- cast original every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to the mafia CEOS to understand how a kingpin or queen pen rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow. The lives lives of infamous crime bosses will explore. How money and power change them and how it changed the community around them? You can find episodes of kingpins all other podcast originals originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to screen kingpins for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse and type kingpins in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at park cast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us as to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help us? This is our second episode on activist and Policy Banker. Stephanie Sinclair last week we learned how Saint Clair immigrated to New York City as a teen during the nineteen twenties. She operated a prominent policy bank in Harlem but by the end of the decade she had attracted the attention of the New York mob. The honeymoon was over. This week will follow Saint Clair era. She singlehandedly defense. Her Policy Bank from mob control shall use every weapon at her disposal from the power of her pin. To her enforcer bumpy Johnson to her own two hands.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on No Man's Land by The Wing

No Man's Land by The Wing

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on No Man's Land by The Wing

"Cemetery musc- speaking how hi my name is Alexis Cohen, an I am calling to confirm that someone is buried at your cemetery. What's the last? Name is good shut G A C H E T T George gazette. He died on February ninth nineteen forty seven Georgia, George. Yeah. He's very here. Oh, he is. Okay. And is that a single plotter that a double plot? Section twenty one. I'm pretty sure for three people three people. Can you tell me who's next at him? I don't know an I can give it still. Okay, shen. So of course, I immediately head out to Saint Raymond cemetery in the Bronx, this is twenty one. So that's got to be and I know George Bush plot is Roe nineteen grave forty seven three plots. I'm feeling hopeful. Here is George Bush eighteen eighty seven nineteen forty seven. And I immediately noticed it's not a triple plot. There's this an empty space next. It's double plot. And while there is a woman buried next to him. That's not Stephanie using. That's Mary August. Mary augustine. She died in nineteen fifty. And for a moment. I thought she must have been George cassettes. Second wife, but she wasn't. She was his sister. He could have purchased the plot with the mindset, you know, till death do us part and the person that's going to be very next to meet is my wife Stephanie Sinclair, maybe it's a green card marriage, maybe at some sort of agreement. Maybe it was initially love this. What I wouldn't like to think I would like to think that that she had that she had some sort of affection. In nineteen sixty queenie reappears for just a moment in the New York Post, the article describes her as a prosperous business woman who owns a four story apartment building in sugarhill. But the building records I found didn't quite match up. She owned a Brownstone across the street from Alexander Hamilton Grange that much is true. But she bought it six years after that post article came out with the loan meant for first time homebuyers, and yet those building records also tell me she had a hard time paying her mortgage. There's a lot of activity on the books she's buying and selling the title refinancing taking out high risk loans, and then.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on No Man's Land by The Wing

No Man's Land by The Wing

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on No Man's Land by The Wing

"So in Leshan Harris's book came out in two thousand sixteen she thought she was done. She thought she'd found everything there was to find an Madame Queen Stephanie Saint Clair fast forward the year later Leshan was in New York researching in the municipal archives are so let me just see, you know, this probably not going to be anything. This is you know, I don't wanna see anything. But this is nothing there to she types. The name Stephanie Sinclair into the computer and court documents came up my God between nineteen sixty eight and nineteen sixty nine. It's a historian's dream in historians nightmare. I was so I mean, I thought I was just gonna pass out. Right. The you know, I started hyperventilating. And didn't look at it again intil. I got a coal. I got a call from you guys. And I said shit. We went back to look at the circuit court documents together, we are in the reference room of municipal archives than downtown New York and case seven seven to one. It wasn't a treasure chest. It was more. Like a treasure map. It didn't have all the information. We were looking for. But the clues were significant like for the first time, we learned exactly when queenie died December eleventh nineteen sixty-nine, and we know who she owed money to. So in the survey court documents, one of the entities that was paid money for about seven. Oh, six. It's right here was paid to a funeral home. So they're creditors listed on there. Who are looking to get paid. And I figured okay. If I can find those creditors. The maybe we could figure out what happened to queenie. Good afternoon, but general the surrogate court papers listed funeral costs. But they didn't say who the funeral costs are paid out to you. So I figured I'd start with Bente because it's one of the oldest and most popular funeral homes in Harlem. Hi, my name is Alexis co and I'm calling to see if you have records on funeral that occurred in nineteen sixty nine. Where where would those records be? Okay. Hi, man. Hi. Yes. Back as far as maintaining eighty five. Okay. Thanks so much. Welcome. Okay. Bye. Time for a different strategy. I put the court records aside, and I looked at her naturalization records from nineteen twenty four she's listed as Stephanie Sinclair also known as Stephanie Gesek married twelve years before she even meet sufi. This is George gazette and Stephanie Sinclair married him in nineteen fifteen. This is the Sean Harris Meyer back in the archives in the quiet room hovering over the court documents and ask her about George gazette. He's the elevator operator who she lifts her husband. But she also lists his residence as quote unquote on known, and yet she signs that document a Stephanie gas. Chef this is his this right here is his debt heat dies and fifth gory of nineteen forty seven so on his death certificate. He lists Stephanie shut as his wife, and that gave me an idea. Did you check to? See if she is buried at the same places her first husband. No, I did not enough a possibility because often they're in double plots this clue that's definitely a clue..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on No Man's Land by The Wing

No Man's Land by The Wing

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on No Man's Land by The Wing

"Stephanie Sinclair needed no introduction in nineteen twenties. Harlem, everyone knew the Queen. She held a barrel. You know? I mean. These very she woman. I can think of in Harlow who was held in the same esteem as men paint that's Harlem writer, Karen knish Miller, describing eight trooping star Stephanie Saint Clara, aka queenie, the most successful woman to run in a legal lottery in Harlem ever in the world of underground gambling. The numbers game was big business. And there were over one hundred numbers bankers in Harlem, nearly all of the men and yet queenie was at the top of the game. Madam was in charge. She never considered anybody buffer. But in that early nineteen thirties. There was a problem. Everybody was afraid of Dutch Schultz everybody, except Our Lady the clean. Jut Scholtz was a notorious Jewish mobster who made a fortune of locker during prohibition. And by the end of it. He was up there with the five families powerful in violent enough for J. Edgar Hoover the head of the to declare him public enemy number one. Things like these people coming in. This is your stuff. You know, it's not like this. But you can't let them take yours. Queenie called a meeting and she invited all the top numbers bankers in Harlem because the only way they were going to survive. Jut Scholtz was together man Man, Queen Queen. was like, well, you know, now's the time we need to take. We have enough money week about guns. You could buy men with guns, and they will. No, no, no, no, no. We don't want any of that Madame Queen was like, you know, I'm a woman, and I'm the only one that's going to stand up to the Dutch man, and she called all kinds of position in all of that. Oh, can I say that? I did you know Madame Queen Stephanie Saint Clair was the kind of woman who didn't take shit from anyone especially not men. So why is in Stephanie Saint Clair a household name a gangster while known as our Capone, John Dillinger, John Gotti, the obvious answer the one I initially assumed was that she's another woman forgotten by history. But that's not the whole story. We don't know who Stephanie Saint Clara is because she disappeared. Before nineteen thirty eight during her heyday, she's easy to find her name is all over the newspapers. But after nineteen thirty eight it's a film reel that dissolves. She barely exists in the archives. And there are no heirs. We don't even know where she's buried. She just vanishes. Like what happened to her? You know, she comes into New York as a mystery, and she leaves out of New York as a mystery. Welcome to no man's land. A podcast about women who are too bad for your textbooks. And I'm your host Alexis coat the in house historian for the wing a network of work and community spaces for women..

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on KOMO

"Kedo's on hands the fun getting everyone excited for seafarer weekend next week who that's when you will hear the roar of those blue angels' back over seattle every time they come to town hall building shakes we see them every year it's amazing and this here boy we're talking about cranking up the mercury distant all of a sense of real big time summer heat on deck as we head into the next couple of days were wrapping up july with some beautiful weather from start to almost finish this has been a fabulous month of july 2017 and another gorgeous sunset in the books have several photos coming in on twitter and facebook this one sent in by stephanie sinclair and you can see she was out there taking this photo of a ferry and then the settling down over the sat and she hashtag get so northwest which is our coma has hashtag an absolute cool she's auto at the ferry in the background it thoroughly so northwest houses a sunset through the silhouettes of the sailboat's as captured by blue straight that's what he goes by on twitter that's ron setting that picture in and just an amazing view of the sunset whichever way you were looking at it tonight but it's about to get hot were wrapping up july with this lovely weather still not too not to cool it was just right for our parade earlier this evening very comfortable out there are watching torchlight going on by but it's going to be a really sizzling start to the month of august we're talking easily about some record highs at falling as we head into the next couple of days i'll look right now at mohi looking back down over lake union it may start looking a little murky rancher shortly even though it's mainly story right now there's a big marine layer waiting offshore and so that's going to start to knows its way at least into the south sound and into.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"For me i'm just drawn towards leading these girls have their stories told n i want to be clear also that these stories are not told without the permission of the community's i'm in every single picture that i've done over the last fifteen years was done with a team of lake at least five different people from that community helping me tell these stories and i just want to be clear that this comes from a personal place this doesn't come from of voyeuristic look but more of an place of compassion the award winning us photographer stephanie sinclair speaking to unom devote update and you can see some of her images of child brides on the programmes website due to www don't be so you don't see you don't uk slash programs you're listening to global news the most important stories on the best interviews an onthespot reporting from the bbc world service coming up later wire diamond really is one woman's best friend after it was valued by auctioneers here in the uk and a reminder that every weekend you can hit a review of the weeks may news stories and why they matter mats in the world this week on the program is also available to download from our website the charity save the children is warning that a cholera outbreak in yemen could soon become a major epidemic it says the during may alone almost two hundred fifty people died of the disease which is spread by contaminated water and hundreds more suspected cases being reported every day dr mariam outta ghani from save the children is in yemen omega accounting the story as children is doc i went to sweden's wanting the biggest hospital in front to check what they need to see the guy i saw a lot of lying in the ground isolated doctors muslim didn't create threatening to save lives when the limited resources i fears the government i owed them either in separating the lack of media lack of facilities.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Stephanie sinclair is an american photographer who spent years focusing on the plight of little girls across the world now she's one of major award the prize is the need ring house courage infertile journalism award named after the ap photographer who was killed reporting in afghanistan and twenty fourteen and stephanie sinclair has been ordered for images of child brides for many different cultures she told the bbc's anoa and all about the project which is titled too young to wed i've witnessed weddings girls as young as five it's really an issue that happens across the globe throughout more than fifty countries spanning every culture and every religion and it's an issue basically about poverty for the most part it happens in places where education is less available to girls but it's also about gender disparity and where girls are seen as property and as something to be traded or moved about without their consent instead of having a full equal voice to their male counterparts and what is the consequence on these young girls lives what happens to them when a girl is married as a child her whole life has changed she has no control over what age she gives consent to sexual relations she has no consent over when she has children how many children she has whether she can continue her education and so we see girls getting pregnant as soon as they meant straight and often their bodies are not quite prepared for this so they're hips are too small and they'll have obstructed labour on which can be deadly actually towards not just the girls but towards their children so we see all kinds of different consequences the girls are also more vulnerable to domestic violence there more vulnerable to hiv transmission.

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"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"stephanie sinclair" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Carson of our we turn out to nigeria you were calling twenty fourteen almost three hundred school girls what kidnapped by poco her on and scherbak it sparked a global right but according to new reporting that number made barely scratch the surface of the problem and apiece called child bright mother nigeria in today's new york times photo journalists stephanie sinclair reveals that there could be nearly twenty five thousand girls been taken and a warning trying listeners some of the details of this conversation include graphic descriptions she joins us from our studios in new york thanks for being with us thank you i mean the the how make also missing what what is the number that you discovered well there are no exact figures but the latest figures that i had a from the head of the born est emergency management agency was that they have at least some whereabouts have about nine thousand girls who are impacted but they think that there are an additional thirteen thousand girls who are on accounted for in areas they've been able to assess and that's not counting they areas that are too dangerous to do more investigation you're manage to speak to some of them but had returned what if they tell you who are these curls these are girls who saw no chance of being rescued after being held for some of the for years and decided to just make a run for at you know when opportunity was there and so what are they tell you about their ordeal how old with a when they were taken what happened to them while they were being held by boko haram i mean in honesty in twenty five years of my doing this profession.

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