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"joshua bean" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"joshua bean" Discussed on KGO 810

"Howard r Lamar professor of history and American studies at Yale University, Los Angeles stolen from the Indian stolen from the California. Does who themselves were ready to take it from Mexican Mexico, and then stolen from the California? It's by the Americans now in the hands of what you have to describe as vigilante Justice. But in itself, it doesn't explain the level of violence that is visited upon the people of Los Angeles, especially if you're poor if you're Mexican if you're Indian if you're a woman that Justice and the Justice ends it turn ity street is the walk to the gallows, John we go to the murder in autumn of eighteen fifty two of Joshua being. He is judge ROY Bean's, brother. He's shot while. While walking home one night will mortally wounded in the forensics. We do today is they grab a bunch of people. They suspect of being guilty and torture them one particular person, Anna Benitez, I do not believe she was tortured, but she was threatened or they gave her inducements. Who was she? And what what was the story she told and how did they deal with it? Well, you're you're you're very well. Benny was a California woman. She was swept up in a kind of dragnet that brought in many suspects after the murderer of general being who was a general in the California state militia and had been a major player in putting down the girl revolt, which we talked about our revolt from the Indian gaur revolt, and they they abused the Indians badly. But now Joshua bean is dead and everybody wants to know who killed. There. There were no witnesses. But the you know by putting up the net and bringing people in and interrogating them. Under intense circumstances. That's the way they put it. I think it's probably torture. They do they do up another list of names of likely suspect, and the one that was most pointed to was the son of a prominent ranchero what she had a he had a what they called an airtight alibi. And done. They found on a Benito's, and she was the girlfriend of a prominent outlaw. Oh, walking Ryota who was a famous Kelham. And she so she knew about the inside opperations of organized crime at the time, and she was able to provide them with the list of names of individuals who had. In all kinds of crimes not one of them was responsible for the murderer of general being. But each of them in turn was executed for these other crimes that were discovered or these crimes that was able to point out that these men had won that one man, she named whom we know was totally innocent Sandoval cobbler. They had no form of discovery at this point. I understand they don't have forensics. However, the Lynch law is what the debate is here. Vigilante Justice and the editor Lewis of the star and editor Manuel Clemente Rojo of the Spanish newspaper, LA Estrella. Did they approve of the lynching or the murder of these men even though there wasn't adequate court procedure? A lot of contention about Lynch law. Lynch law. The state was very weak Justice system was ineffective law enforcement was under under manned underfunded one cast of you know, you have to be sympathetic with the the situation that people find themselves in in a state where basically it's anarchy and a person can be assaulted. A person can be shot a be murdered. A lot of violence of and very little Justice, very little accountability. So one can understand the impulse to resort to what's called judge Lynch that is Lynch law vigilantism, but vigilantism has a toxic effect of Rojo. For example, the menu referred to the editor of Estrella, which was the Spanish language section of the Los Angeles are in he supported the execution of Sandoval for general being and then later very much regretted that that decision and join another lynching incident where some Mexican bandits had been arrested, and they wanted to Lynch them Rojo and many Angelenos of let you know background oppose the lynching. Rojo stood in front of a meeting of a kind of a kangaroo court and said not over my body. You're not going to Lynch these people. He was supported by the California's there was a, you know, a nearly a an armed encounter over that. But they greed they would send those bandits back to where they came from. Which was a town a little north. They put them on a ship and sent them there. They were taken off the ship by Gilani's unmet location and immediately hanged, right? San San Louis. Oh, this was an overwhelming circumstance in in in the setting of eighteen fifties, Los Angeles. There was a Lynch law, prevailed an overwhelmed the Justice system, let's tell it by the end of the eighteen fifties. Lynch flaw was basically, the formal Justice system. One man who attempted to hold together law and order by himself. Benjamin Ignatius Hayes, he's very brave person. Who is each? Hey, it was a a judge the district court judge in Los Angeles. He was Missourian came to California in eighteen fifty as a lawyer thinking, he would, you know, find work in the north the gold rush she fell in love with Los Angeles. He was a Catholic been raised a Catholic in Baltimore, very very sympathetic, man. Very sympathetic with the he spoke Spanish say. A Catholic very sympathetic to Catholicism of the Angelinos, and he became a proponent of legal Justice. And he did what he could in the absence of any support to maintain the legal Justice system in Los Angeles. But it was essentially a losing battle. He convicted two men of murder. One California won a Texan in eighteen fifty four. They were they were scheduled to be executed on the same day in January eighteen fifty five law and order supporters in Los Angeles. This is a great triumph. The court system will event now will establish its credibility by trying and convicting and executing these murderers when it came time for the executions. However, the Anglo would receive stay from the supreme court while the California did not the California was. Hong by the sheriff. And then the California of of Los Angeles away into the jail took out the Texan and hung him themselves of it was at that moment that lynching where the California's had abandoned their former opposition to Lynch law and supportive. Lynch law that opened the floodgates. It was from that point on that. Los Angeles was being ruled by judge Lynch, you make the point that's January seventh eighteen fifty-five that that that the city of Los Angeles remembers that moment and uses it as an argument for and against the vigilantism for the next twenty years. That's right than men's names are LV trae and Brown, and the mayor of the town resigned his position in order to leave in order to lead the lynching of Brown and repeatedly John the lynchings are very badly handled the ropes or their brains amateurs, yes. And not only by amateurs, but. There was a case one of the lynchings whether one of the California's makes a comment about this. They use the Ryota that is the short length of rope that a Carol uses one of the men who was Hawn was hung with his own Ryota, which was very short. So that meant that. There was no drop their, you know, he didn't drop far enough to break his neck, then he was strangled to death by this rearmament heated. California's is it's it's just discussing the way that these vigilantes play on the smallest details of vengeance. The lynchings are considered successful. If they go so far as to take them up on gallows hill. Most of the time they use whatever is high enough across the street. Eternity street is the walk up to fort Moore hill, which becomes gallows hill when we come back the murder of chef Barton and the revenge. The book is eternity street violence injustice in frontier, Los Angeles. John Mack Farragut was the author. I'm John Batchelor. This.

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"joshua bean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"joshua bean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John is the John Batchelor show. John mcfadden's, his new book is it turn ity street violence injustice in frontier, Los Angeles, John is the Howard r Lamar professor of history and American studies, Yale University, Los Angeles stolen from the Indians stolen from the California. Does who themselves were ready to take it from Mexican Mexico, and then stolen from the California? It's by the Americans now in the hands of what you have to describe as vigilante Justice. But in itself, it doesn't explain the level of violence that is visited upon the people of Los Angeles, especially if you're poor if you're Mexican if you're Indian if you're a woman that Justice and the Justice ends it turn ity street is the walk to the gallows. John we go to the murder in autumn of eighteen fifty two of Joshua being. He is judge ROY Bean's, brother. He's shot while walking home one night. We'll mortally. Ended in the forensics. We do today is they grab a bunch of people. They suspect of being guilty and torture them one particular person, Anna Benitez, I do not believe she was tortured, but she was threatened or they gave her inducements. Who was she? And what what was the story she told and how do they deal with it? Well, you're you're you're characterize discovery. Well. On a Benny was a California woman. She was swept up in a kind of dragnet brought in many suspects after the murder of general being who was a general in the California state militia and had been a major player in putting down the girl revolt, which we talked about the garra revolt from the Indian gaur revolt, and they they abused the Indians badly. But now Joshua bean is dead and everybody wants to know who killed him. Yes. And as you said there there there were no witnesses. But the, you know by putting out the dragnet and bringing people in and interrogating them. Under intense circumstances. That's the way they put it. I think it's probably torture of they do they do up another list of names of likely suspect and the one that. Was most pointed to was the son of a prominent ranchero of but he had a he had a what they called an airtight alibi of. Done. They found on a beneath days, and she was the girlfriend of of a prominent outlaw oh wanting to Ryota who was a famous talent. And she says she knew about the inside operations of organized crime at the time, and she was able to provide them with the list of names of of individuals who had participated in all kinds of crimes not one of them was responsible for the murderer of general being. But each of them in turn was executed for these other crimes that were discovered are these crimes that on a Benitez was able to to point out that these men had one one man, she named whom we know was totally innocent Sandoval cobbler. They had no form of discovery at this point. I understand they don't have forensics. However the. Lynch law is what the debate is here. Vigilante Justice and the editor Lewis of the star and editor Manuel Clemente Rojo of the Spanish newspaper, LA Estrella. Did they approve of the lynching or the murder of these men even though there wasn't adequate court procedure? A lot of contention about Lynch law. They know Lynch law. The state was very weak Justice system was ineffective law enforcement was under under manned underfunded one cast of you know, you have to be sympathetic with the the situation that people find themselves in in a state where basically it's anarchy and a person can be assaulted. A person can be shot a person could be murdered a lot of violence of and very little Justice, very little accountability. So one can understand the the impulse to resort to what's called judge Lynch that is Lynch law vigilantism, but vigilantism has a toxic effect of Rojo. For example, the menu refer to the editor of the Estrella, which was the Spanish language section. Of the Los Angeles star in he supported of the execution of Sandoval for general being and then later very much regretted that that decision and during another lynching incident where some. Mexican bandits had been arrested and they wanted to Lynch them Rojo and many Angelenos of Latino background opposed. The lynching Arrojo stood in front of a meeting of a kind of a kangaroo court and said not over my body. You're not going to Lynch these people, and he was supported by the California's there was a, you know, a nearly a an armed encounter over that. But they greed they would send those bandits back to where they came from. Which was a town a little north. They put them on a ship and sent them there. They were taken off the ship by vigilantism that location and immediately hanged of San Louis. This. Filming circumstance in in in in the setting of eighteen fifties, Los Angeles. There was a Lynch law, prevailed and overwhelmed the Justice system. Let's tell it by the end of the eighteen fifties. Lynch law was basically, the formal Justice system. One man who attempted to hold together law and order by himself. Benjamin Ignatius Hayes is a very brave person. Who is each? Hey was a a judge the district court judge in Los Angeles. He was Missourian came to California in eighteen fifty as a lawyer thinking, he would, you know, find work in the north during the gold rush, she fell in love with Los Angeles. He was a Catholic raised been raised a Catholic in Baltimore, very very sympathetic, man. Very sympathetic with the he spoke Spanish of. As a Catholic very sympathetic with the ca- Catholicism of the Angelinos, and he became a proponent of legal Justice. And he did what he could in the absence of any support to maintain the legal Justice system in Los Angeles. But it was essentially a losing battle. He convicted two men of murder one California won a Texan in eighteen fifty four. They were they were scheduled to be executed on the same day in January eighteen fifty five law and order supporters in Los Angeles. Saw this is a great triumph. They haven't the court system will event now will establish its credibility by trying and convicting and executing these murderers when it came time for the executions. However, the Anglo received a stay from the supreme court while the California did not the California was. Hon by the sheriff. And then the California of of Los Angeles away to the jail took out the Texan and hung him themselves of it was at that moment that lynching where the California is had abandoned their former opposition to Lynch law and supported Lynch law that opened the floodgates. It was from that point on that. Los Angeles was being ruled by judge Lynch, you make the point that's January seventh eighteen fifty-five that that that the city of Los Angeles remembers that moment and uses it as an argument for and against the vigilantism for the next twenty years. That's right than men's names are alvie trae and Brown, and the mayor of the town resigns his position in order to leave in order to lead the lynching of Brown and repeatedly John the lynchings are very badly handled the ropes brains amateurs, yes and not only by amateurs, but. There was a case one of the lynchings whether one of the California's makes a comment about this. They use the Ryota that is the short length of rope that a about Carol uses one of the men who was Hong was hung with his own Ryota, which was very short. So that meant that. There was no drop their, you know, he didn't drop far enough to break his neck, then he was strangled to death by this rearmament heated California says it's it's just discussing the way that these vigilantes play on the smallest details of vengeance. The lynchings are considered successful. If they go so far as to take them up on gallows hill. Most of the time they use whatever is high enough across the street. Eternity street is the walk up to fort Moore hill, which becomes gallows hill. When we come back, the murder of sheriff, Barton and the revenge. The book is attorney street violence injustice in frontier, Los Angeles. John Mack Farragut was the author. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"joshua bean" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"joshua bean" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This is the John Batchelor show. John mcfadden's new book as it turned out street violence injustice in frontier, Los Angeles, John is the Howard r Lamar professor of history and American studies at Yale University, Los Angeles stolen from the Indians stolen from California. Does who themselves were ready to take it from Mexican Mexico, and then stolen from the California? It's by the Americans now in the hands of what you have to describe as vigilante Justice. But in itself, it doesn't explain the level of violence that is visited upon the people of Los Angeles, especially if you're poor if you're Mexican if you're Indian if you're a woman that Justice and the Justice ends it turn ity street is the walk to the gallows, John we go to the murder in autumn of eighteen fifty two of Joshua bean. He is judge ROY Bean's, brother. He's shot while walking home one night. We'll mortally wounded in the forensics. We do. Today is they grab a bunch of people. They suspect of being guilty and torture them one particular person, Anna Benitez, I do not believe she was tortured, but she was threatened or they gave her inducements. Who was she? And what what was the story she told and how did they deal with it? Well, you're characterize this very well. On a penny. Face was a California woman. She was swept up in a kind of dragnet brought in many suspects after the murder of general being who was a general in the California state militia and had been a major player in putting down the girl revolt, which we talked about McGowan revolt from the Indian gaur volt and they and they abused the Indians badly. But now Joshua bean is dead and everybody wants to know who killed him. Yes. And as you said there there there were no witnesses. But the, you know by putting out the dragnet and bringing people in and interrogating them. Under intense circumstances. That's the way they put it. I think it's probably torture of they do they do up another list of names of likely suspect and the one that. Was most pointed to was the son of a prominent ranchero of but he had a he had a what they called an airtight alibi. And done they found on a beneath days, and she was the girlfriend of a prominent outlaw. Oh, walking Ryota who was a famous kellyn. And she so she knew about inside opperations of organized crime at a time, and she was able to provide them with the list of names of of individuals who had. In all kinds of crimes not one of them was responsible for the murder of general being. But each of them in turn was executed for these other crimes that were discovered or these crimes on this was able to to point out that these men had won that one man, she named whom we know was totally innocent Sandoval cobbler. They had no form of discovery at this point. I understand they don't have forensics. However, the Lynch law is what the debate is here. Vigilante Justice and the editor Lewis of the star and editor men well Clemente Rohullah of the Spanish newspaper, LA Estrella. Did they approve of the lynching or the murder of these men even though there wasn't adequate court procedure? There was a lot of contention about Lynch law. Lynch law. The state was very weak Justice system was ineffective law enforcement was under under manned underfunded one cast of you know, you have to be sympathetic with the the situation that people find themselves in in a state where basically it's anarchy and a person can be assaulted. A person can be shot a could be murdered a lot of violence and very little Justice very little accountability. So one can understand the impulse to resort to what's called judge Lynch that is Lynch law vigilantism, but vigilantism has a toxic effect Rojo. For example, the menu for to the editor of the stellar which was the Spanish language section of the Los Angeles star. In he supported the execution of Sandoval for general being and then later very much regretted that that decision and during another lynching incident where some. Mexican bandits had been arrested and they wanted to Lynch them hall and many Angelenos of Latino background opposed to lynching Arrojo stood in front of a meeting of a kind of a kangaroo court and said not over my body. You're not going to Lynch these people. He was supported by the California's there was a, you know, a nearly a an armed encounter over that. But they greed they would send those bandits back to where they came from which was a town of north. They put them on a ship and sent them there. They were taken off the ship by the Gilani's in that location and immediately hanged, right? San San Louis. Oh this fund. It was an overwhelming circumstance in in in in the setting of eighteen fifties, Los Angeles. There was a Lynch law, prevailed an overwhelmed the Justice system. Let's tell it by the end of the eighteen fifties. Lynch law was basically, the formal Justice system. One man who attempted to hold together law and order by himself. Benjamin Ignatius Hayes is a very brave person. Who is each? Hey was a a judge the district court judge in Los Angeles. He was Missourian came to California in eighteen fifty as a lawyer thinking he would find work in the north during the goldrush she fell in love with Los Angeles. He was a Catholic grace been raised a Catholic in Baltimore, very very sympathetic, man. Very sympathetic with the he spoke Spanish as I say, he was a Catholic very sympathetic with Catholicism of the Angelinos, and he became a proponent of legal Justice. And he did what he could in the absence of any support to maintain the legal Justice system in Los Angeles. But it was. Essentially a losing battle. He convicted two men of murder. One California won a Texan in eighteen fifty four. They were they were scheduled to be executed on the same day in January eighteen fifty five law and order supporters in Los Angeles. Saw this is a great triumph. The court system will event now will establish its credibility by trying and convicting and executing these murderers when it came time for the executions. However, the Anglo received a stay from the supreme court while the California did not the California was hung by the sheriff. And then the California of of Los Angeles away into the jail took out the Texan and hung him themselves of it was at that moment that lynching where the California's had abandoned their former opposition to Lynch law and supported Lynch law. That opened the floodgates. It was from that point on that. Los Angeles was being ruled by judge Lynch, you make the point that's January seventeen hundred fifty five that that that the city of Los Angeles remembers that moment and uses it as an argument for and against the vigilantism for the next twenty years. That's right than men's names are alvie trae and Brown, and the mayor of the town resigns his position in order to leave in order to lead the lynching of Brown and repeatedly John the lynchings are very badly handled the ropes brains amateurs, yes and not only by amateurs. But there was a case one of the lynchings whether one of the California's makes a comment about this. They use the Ryota that is the short length of rope that a Carol uses one of the men who was on was hung with his own Ryota, which was very short. So that meant that. There was no drop their, you know, he didn't drop far enough to break his neck, then he was strangled to death by this rearmament. The California's says it's it's just discussing the way that these vigilantes play on the smallest details of vengeance. The lynchings are considered successful. If they go so far as to take them up on gallows hill. Most of the time they use whatever is high enough across the street..

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"joshua bean" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"joshua bean" Discussed on KCRW

"News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump shows no sign of wavering. He wants more than five billion dollars for border wall. Without that, he says a fourth of the government will remain. Closed for months, maybe even over year. He confirms telling democratic leaders in a meeting at the White House today, some eight hundred thousand federal workers are affected President Trump says he thinks the majority of them support him. It's very important that we have great border security. I think it's going to be over with sooner than people think, but I will do whatever we have to do if we have to stay out for a very long period of time. We're going to do that and many of those people maybe even most of those people that really have not been and will not be getting their money in at this moment. Those people in many cases are the biggest fan of what we're doing last week. The president tweeted that most of the people affected by the partial shutdown, redemption rats, congressional Democrats maintain that the idea of five billion plus for a border wall is widely unpopular. Well, the White House is celebrating a very strong economic report out today from the Labor Department three hundred twelve thousand jobs added in December and. With more people back in the job. Search unemployment rate ticked up last month to three point nine percent. Hiring was strongest in manufacturing healthcare construction and food services at last check on Wall Street, the Dow is up seven hundred forty six points. Three point two percent s&p was up three point four percent. And the NASDAQ was up four point two percent house. Democrats have unveiled a massive piece of legislation that they say will quote return political power to the people. It's more than five hundred seventy pages include some changes that have been pushed by ethics watchdogs for a long time. But is NPR's Peter Overby tells us the Bill is likely to run into heavy resistance from Republicans in congress HR one was a keystone in the House, Democrats midterm campaigns. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Republican senators and President Trump will have to deal with it. Then there can people will know that this is an option was at the house has given the Senate of the United States and the president of the United. States. The Bill would tighten up ethics rules for congress the administration and the supreme court it would seek to win politicians away from big donors. It would also bring down barriers to voting and stop state legislatures from gerrymander and congressional districts. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington. Senator Pat Roberts says he will not seek reelection next year. The lawmaker from Kansas is the second longtime Republican Senator in less than a month to announce plans not to run again. The first was Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander before the close. The Dow was up three point two percent. Seven hundred forty six points at twenty three thousand four hundred thirty three. You're listening to NPR news. And this is KCRW. I'm doin' cycle. Cow with local headlines Jerry Brown, performed one of his last official acts as California's governor this week by administering the oath of office. To a new California premium court Justice in Los Angeles. Joshua bean is the fourth Justice appointed by Brown to the states seven-member high court during his tenure Brown has remade California's entire court system. KCRW's Evan George reports that a final tally of all of Brown's appointees in the shows in the shows a much more diverse judiciary, governor Brown named six hundred and forty four people to the bench almost half of them are women. Nearly forty percent are non white and nearly six percent identify as LGBTQ those numbers released by Brown's office. This week are all records in California among those there were several firsts including the first openly gay justices to the court of appeal though, Brown's last appointee Grogan is white. He did help contribute to all that diversity as a former adviser to Brown. He helped screen all those judges who are now sitting on the bench. Former cal- California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is inviting leaders from. Mm across the country to join him at USC next Thursday for a terminate gerrymandering summit, the thirty eighth governor of California's focusing on redistricting political boundaries with what he and his institute are calling fair maps incubator in a statement released today, he said I didn't have to spend long in Sacramento before realizing that gerrymandering was a total scam. And one of the biggest barriers to good government in modern America. Support for NPR comes from air table a collaboration platform used by diverse range of teams from documentary filmmakers to cattle ranchers for turning inspiration to innovation sa- teams can start building at air table dot com. It's six and it's time for press play on KCRW..

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"joshua bean" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"joshua bean" Discussed on WTMA

"John batchelor this is the john batchelor show john mack fowler his new book is attorney street violence injustice in frontier los angeles john is the howard r lamar professor of history and american studies at yale university los angeles stolen from the indians stolen from the california does who themselves were ready to take it from mexican mexico and then stolen from the california it's by the americans now in the hands of what you have to describe as vigilante justice but in itself it doesn't explain the level of violence that is visited upon the people of los angeles especially if you're poor if you're mexican if you're indian if you're a woman that justice and the justice never ends it turned eighty street is the walk to the gallows john we go to the murder in autumn of eighteen fifty two of joshua bean he is judge roy bean's brother he's shot while walking home one night when mortally wounded in the chest the way they go about investigating his murder i understand they don't have the forensics we do today is they grab a bunch of people they suspect of being guilty and torture them one particular person anna benitez i do not believe she was tortured but she was threatened or they gave her inducements who was she and what what was the story she told and how did they deal with it well you're you're you're you're characterize this very well benny was a california woman she was swept up in a kind of dragnet that brought in many suspects after the murderer of general being who was a general in the california state militia and had been a major player in putting down the girl revolt which we talked about our revolt from the indian gaur revolt abused the indians badly but now joshua bean is dead and everybody wants to know who killed him yes and as you said there there there were no witnesses but the you know by putting out the dragnet and bringing people in and.

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