The lack of postings was due to my mother’s last illness and death.
This took more both time and energy to deal with then I would have thought, one is never ready nor prepared to lose a parent the saddest part of this is everything she feared therefore had plans to deal with occurred, no one not the Dr, not the Nursing Home Staff, or my sister or myself had any power to even slow events down.
So I have been dealing with that, soory for not saying anything bore now other then a few posts on twitter.
Postings and the show will resume post hast
Thank you for your understanding
As you may know I am active in my community of Racine WI.
I speak at city meetings as well as worked on getting Urban Chickens going in this city, something tried in the past but failed, I however was able to make a deal that could not be refused 🙂 sorry I had too. Try working with the City Heath department was able to get the city to approve Chickens in this city.
I also created CATV shows for our CATV station and served on the City Cable Commission that ran the station.
I also do a Blog Racine In Ruins link below https://racineinruins.wordpress.com/
where I give my thoughts on the decline of the city of Racine
I am not liked my the city of Racine Good Old Boys.
Damn I got in Email an 85 page email on a city project called Machinery Row quite the issues from lack of accounting of money to what I can only call kick backs and God only knows.
So what do I do?
Thinking the best thing to do to help explain what is seen by many as corruption is write an E Book on this topic in hopes that by doing so I can show the light on what many rather seen not put in the light.
its wild to say the least
Alan Lindbloom is by far one of the most interesting folks I have had on.
Over the course of three show he talks about going from Thug Prison to redemption.
From Street Crime to writer and small businessman in upstate MI.
We have Nate Hale, host of The Conspirators, one of the best True stories podcasts on the air today.
He joins us to talk how he got started in Podcasting and what he thinks are the stories that need to be looked into.
An interesting story is the story of Ma Barker, our guest too is far more interesting and will get his own show to highlight his many talents
Was asked why I do the Milwaukee Mob Podcast.
Good question, I stated after talking with Mr. Jenkins and his encouraging me to do so, but what keeps me going is not the money I am making for I am not nor am I pushing that aspect and I should if only to cover what little costs I have doing this Podcast/web page but that is another story for another day.
Why I do this then?
Its very easy because of this Podcast I have been able to come to know so many great folks.
I have learned so much from all my guests and my followers on Twitter, in very real ways I have been blessed by this and I am mega thankful.
I hope to repay your kindness by bringing top notch guests on the Podcast with exploring interesting ideas I have like doing more with conspiracies the more interesting ones.
Just maybe talk a look at a well a local mystery
Due to hackers not likening the show we have reposed this
She tells a wild story of Cocaine Bear
A 2001 graduate of the FBI National Academy, Spingola holds two masters degrees. He is also a death investigation’s expert, a police related shooting reconstruction specialist, and has formal training in criminal investigative analysis (profiling).
Prior to his retirement as a lieutenant of detectives with the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD), Spingola supervised all major categories of criminal investigations, including stints in the Homicide Unit, Vice Control Division, Sensitive Crimes Unit, and Violent Crimes Division. He further served as the lead investigator for the Critical Incident Unit, a group that probes police related shootings, use-of-force incidents, and other significant events. As a detective, Spingola spent several years conducting death investigations for a homicide unit with one of the highest clearance rates in the country.
Spingola’s role in academia is that of the coordinator of Criminal Justice Studies for Gateway Technical College and an adjunct professor of criminal justice and security management for Waukesha County Technical College and Marian University.
Steve is also the author of Best of the Spingola Files, Vol. I, and Predators on the Parkway: a Former Homicide Detective Explores the Colonial Parkway Murders. Check out these periodicals by visiting www.badgerwordsmith.com/books.html
The Chopper S.A. Bradley joined us in the hideout to talk True Crime as film.
He had many interesting ideas to share with the Boys and I