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So we're -- wanna come sex -- all -- -- to for an awesome about the soccer mom real.
Now this woman associates.
All of all of Mulder for -- in the suburbs.
-- -- about arrested for both company.
Russia's been indicted for are running -- high end prostitution operation in the pre side.
Of Manhattan and possibly upstate Monroe where where she lives -- their kids and and -- pigs.
Sit there may be some animal rights issues involved here when when we know more about it just kidding.
That she should take here are Rodman and arrive in an interview.
Is not here already and -- don't get the animal rights people -- it's a very active group and they'll be worried.
Which is doing with these pigs and maybe a -- gesture -- legs as she rescues she rescues -- registered and keeps them on a farm up there and we're just hoping there's no.
Allegation of pimping the pigs that's what I'm hoping.
And out of and we're serious note -- -- really screwed.
I'm more serious note the yen should NL and German and dollars a barrel lower rikers -- almost -- Obama right.
Well I think -- investigation started is strangely enough didn't come in as a street arrest but it's being handled units in the papers by the official corruption.
Unit in the Manhattan DA's office -- so that means that originally this must -- started because there was concern.
That police officers were protecting her were our own protection.
And I think that's the angle that's being investigated some officers have already been cleared.
But it's unusual to run that kind of -- an operation and -- a lot of limousines.
-- that are parked outside the building neighbors complain of the comings and goings of people.
In buildings trying to raise your kids it's not -- healthy atmosphere.
And prostitution often brings -- Drugs.
Underage girls involved in the work I'm not saying that's happened in this case the dots for prosecutors so certainly you're looking at gotta protect a -- malls.
-- Overtook the apartment building.
An average Sachs letter and letting a limo -- out front and spending half an hour and hours 2000 dollars.
A shot was the rough number at that I've heard and the cars were double and triple parked.
Outside the apartment.
So -- -- a little ancient history that how laws that yes there we're we're -- banked.
They -- more discourage them out.
It -- starts in -- -- starts more discreetly but as it grows it's it's a small building and seventies street.
And -- side maybe she -- expanded her.
Her business hard to do I mean one of the things that makes priced like a restaurant predictive and it's popular -- problem also lined -- right that's right it's very much right.
Arguments like that.
And the only know couples coming in to stay guys alone desires -- animal -- about.
All what do we care.
Just talked about governments spend your -- knowledge that like -- we can well I think to advance long been a raging issue about whether prostitution should be.
Illegal or not but what you got are really.
The attendant problems that it attracts a lot of other.
Problems to it and one of them as they -- is usually drug involvement.
One of them is is we -- -- did not in my backyard problem raising your kid in the building do you want -- these guys coming and going.
At all hours of the day and I'm not an underage.
Could be underage girls about.
The the most glaring example it was a fascinating case that -- Bernard are too young to remember but when I came to New York.
In the early seventies to prosecute there was a rogue cop my most interesting trials ever done done -- price F.
Lee Bailey was the defense attorney.
Allowed -- -- a rogue cop named bill Phillips and he was.
He testified -- the Knapp Commission.
The dairy into seemed.
You remember the expression happy hookers Avery are well as -- -- Hollander was his client and he offered her protection as uniform NYPD.
Officer and so -- pay him say it was a thousand dollars a week to make sure that nobody cops wouldn't be coming -- -- nobody would be arrested.
Three years after tests -- the Knapp Commission -- the best homicide detectives in the city.
Saw him on TV -- he looks like the sketch of a guy wanted for Christmas Eve murder 1968.
Bill Phillips was indicted and convicted of murder -- the victim was a camp.
And a hooker from an east 57 street -- and really high -- people -- why why do we care that men are paying 2000 dollars.
Well when he didn't get the protection money that he wanted bill Phillips shot and killed.
In in the apartment building the -- and Susan's tango the young prostitute young prostitute.
And then when it killed another shot another girl who lived to identifier.
It became one of highest profile trials of that period of time F.
Lee Bailey couldn't get him off the first time in fact he was convicted the second time bill Phillips and spent.
And -- the next forty years in jail but that's that's a bad example of the fact the prostitution.
And especially if there's any element of police protection in a case like this it would be horrible -- sort of -- But it -- unusual.
-- million dollars bail.
I -- -- an -- -- bristled at a took terror camps are -- and her pace DM bail I think in part is set because.
She's a flight risk she.
Previously when and under another investigation fled to Canada -- so bail helps ensure that she doesn't live in the city.
She's got to me she's claiming to have no money on one hand but it's quite clear at.
2000 -- she's getting a good portion of that and clearly in a position to -- the current.
-- -- -- -- Very good looking kodama mistakes on all protest has pretty spread.
G -- -- -- -- -- Well not yet and I think it's -- -- we doubled when I went that was John of the -- and and I.
There's Jalabert did you McClellan I don't.
The so we I think I've no less -- better than then.
The first madam but she seems to be co defendant.
Return was in on the West Coast when she learned she was indicted and and -- limbo grip -- being granted -- her case I think a lot of the DA is held this very close.
To his to their vests and there's for SP a lot of hope high profile names -- on.
The -- on list people who.
Promised to be able to get this woman at a -- really strange ethical thing this week.
Where the first -- she had offered to put up his SoHo loft for bail.
I've never seen their personal.
Transaction like that criminal case it'll be a little -- he's now off the case so interesting and case -- fiction.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Digress -- -- senator -- after.
Direction and it's a lot supply and the size of the -- toppled -- from -- -- -- you know Thomas first real.
I didn't know Tom -- of the late Tom Puccio on the Alibaba yep and analogue and yes today he worked -- Biden knew him through a lot of cases we are never -- areas that brought tomorrow from the courtroom.
Spoke with them at events together urban -- the tragedy involving his son in most famous -- I'll cluster in the Abscam dollars and them to store sales son that's right that's it -- -- -- -- -- Others college blunted because sort of fallen yes gentlemen.
The jury is out now and Tyler Clementi is -- young man directors who gauge just.
Become openly gay -- was that records and his roommate set up the web -- When the roommate who's now the young man on trial.
And knew that Tyler was meeting.
A guy in the room and and -- and I guess joked.
To colleagues -- classmates to come watch the -- and -- go -- -- debate in Jerusalem of this is I hate crime.
Or college price -- correct and -- Clemente is as your listeners know.
Jumped off the Tappan Zee Bridge killed himself I think two days after that -- front.
This and so we obviously.
Done this -- the investigation was that the bias that -- exposing.
And it they have big -- nature of the estimation.
Was -- hate crime and I guess the defense is that it was.
Just foolish and not -- not hateful or -- -- -- you know yes law called night march.
-- -- seven.
A little bit about the restaurant history of New York places like and 21 I'm with the wine -- that which are listed in during prohibition -- make things disappear.
Did they have been to the New York rifle club two euros saying you know in the village it's.
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