CIA Caught Arming Terrorists and Stealing Biometrics - #NewWorldNextWeek corbettreport
Published on Aug 31, 2017
Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:
Story #1: Journalist Interrogated, Fired For Story Linking CIA And Syria Weapons Flights http://bit.ly/2wq4w0z
Published on Sep 1, 2017
Suave had a nice life slangin' Coke and Dick, but that all came crashing down when an associate in Virginia got busted and turned snitch. The U.S. Marshals arrested Suave as he was leaving the gym and charged him with drug trafficking, money laundering and conspiracy. He was extradited to the State of Virginia and sentenced to 11 years in Virginia State Prison. Back on the streets and determined to make a come back, he is still active behind the scenes in Porn and has much more to come.
ADULT FILM STAR HALL OF FAMER & PUBLISHED AUTHOR OF THE BOOK: "HOW I BECAME THE GANGSTER OF PORN"
Ryan Supports DREAMERS! Trump Strengthens Welfare WORK Requirement DEMCAD
Published on Sep 2, 2017
I comment on the Trump Administration's attempt to strengthen the work requirement for welfare, Paul Ryan's efforts to keep young illegal immigrants in the country and my trip to General Butler's State Park in Carrollton, KY.
Philly Mob News 2017 - Big Ron Previte - Philadelphia Crime Family - Mafia in the News Today Organized Crime Channel
Published on Sep 3, 2017
Ron "Big Ron" Previte is a former federal witness, Philadelphia police officer and former mafia member of the Philadelphia crime family.
In this epsiode of Mob Talk we have an Exclusive with Organized Crime experts George Anastasia and Dave Schratwieser. Also joining in is The former head of the (Mob Squad) Squad One John Terry, The FBI's elite Organized Crime Unit in Philadelphia, he breaks down the career of former cop, turned Mobster, and then FBI informant Big Ron Previte. Previte just passed away at the age of 73, but left his mark both in and out of the life, putting away three Mob bosses and several other Wiseguys.
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Previte was born in West Philadelphia and later grew up in Hammonton, New Jersey to a first-generation Sicilian-American father and a first-generation Neapolitan-American mother, his earliest memories are of gangsters.
After leaving the Air Force, he joined the Philadelphia Police Department. During a 2004 60 Minutes interview, Previte proclaimed, "I had a good work record. Except I was a crook. But most of the [cops] I worked with were crooks, I never learned about crime 'til I went in the police department. I always said that I really became an adept thief when I went in the Philadelphia Police Department. It was a nice life...And plus, I had the badge. I couldn't get any trouble...". Previte learned how to extort from pimps, drug dealers, bookmakers and mobsters, pocketing thousands of dollars a week in addition to his regular paycheck.
Previte left police work and began working security for Atlantic City casinos in 1981, where he says he ran poker games and prostitution on the side, while also stealing from guests' safe deposit boxes and the casinos' warehouses. In the early 1990s, Previte began working directly for the Mafia and also became a paid informant for both the New Jersey State Police and the FBI. His testimony and undercover work helped convict over 50 members of the mafia.
Previte is the subject of the book The Last Gangster by George Anastasia. He had been a resident of Hammonton before his arrest on bookmaking charges and remained in the Hammonton area after being convicted and sentenced to probation. He passed away at age 73 on August 21, 2017
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Published on Aug 29, 2017
The Murder The Gangster and The FBI - Russian Mobster Mani Chulpayev Story on Russian Mobster Mani Chulpayev.
The culture of the Russian Mafia -- or rather, Eurasian and Russian crime, as officials hasten to clarify, since it involves the full range of ethnic groups and regions in the former Soviet Union -- could be seen in the rapid rise and fall of Mr. Chulpayev's brigade. He described those workings in many hours of interviews with federal agents and prosecutors, and on the witness stand last month in an arson case in federal court in Brooklyn.
With short dark hair and broad shoulders, smartly casual in a long-sleeved white T-shirt and black jeans, Mr. Chulpayev testified in a courtroom that was mostly empty, except for several rows of Bukharan Jewish emigres from the former Soviet republics of Central Asia, whose community in Rego Park, Queens, produced Mr. Chulpayev and some of his criminal confederates, and not a few of their victims.
Mr. Chulpayev came to New York with his family in 1989 and settled in Rego Park. He eventually went to work with his father, who owned several food carts. But pretzels and sausages soon gave way to extortion rackets in Brooklyn, Mr. Chulpayev testified. ''I was driven by greed,'' he said.
Mr. Chulpayev and others extorted money -- as much as $500 was the weekly tribute -- from furniture stores, restaurants, bakeries and travel agencies, and he enforced the payments with pistols, knives and stun guns. With two friends, Alexander Kutsenko and Anya Rits, who were later convicted of conspiracy charges, Mr. Chulpayev began pimping prostitutes, two or three at a time, importing them from Moscow and Tashkent on six-month contracts, he testified.
Hitler performed a sex act in a cinema as he watched a violent film about Austrians killing French troops, reveals new book which claims his murders for the Nazi state were driven by 'deviant sexual lust'
New book claims Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was a 'sexually confused serial killer'
Draws on recollections of Nazi-era actress Marianne Hoppe, who Hitler revered
She said they watched violent film about an Austrian uprising against Napoleon
Fuehrer got 'some kind of thrill' in the cinema during a violent scene, she said
Freedom of Speech, Censorship, Youtube and Corporate Arbiters Junius Maltby
Published on Sep 5, 2017
Junius Maltby Channel discusses the new "Speech Control", "Thought Control", "Thought Police", "Information Control" and arbiters of all things - Youtube and Corporations. You believe what they LET YOU BELIEVE ! Join the discussion .....while it's still legal and here. Remember - those calling others fascists are indeed the ones practicing fascism. Those who profess tolerance are wholly intolerant. Those who are preaching peace are carrying bats and jugs of their own urine. Be prepared.
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Published on Sep 6, 2017
A viewer wrote in asking what the differences are between paid lawyers like Johnny Cochran and Public Lawyers also known as Public Pretenders, that title says it all. Tune in to get Big Herc's take on the two.
'I condemned my mother to the gas chamber with one wrong word to Dr Death': There have been many heartrending Holocaust books. But few as powerful as this new memoir by a ballet dancer still haunted to this day
Edith Eger was just 16 when she and her family were sent to Auschwitz in 194
She accidentally sentenced her mother to death by revealing she was over 40
Both of her parents were murdered at the camp but miraculously she survived
Edie was forced to dance for Josef Mengele, the camp's infamous officer known as the Angel of Death
When their camp was liberated, she was pulled from a pile of bodies, barely alive
Published on Sep 8, 2017
A viewer wanted to know what life is like in Prison if you have a relative locked up in the same facility as you. Can you sit with him if he's in a gang or do you have to keep your distance? Check out what Big Herc has to say about this topic.