Society & Culture:History
POLICE BLOTTER & COURT NEWS – JUNE 19, 1868
Strange — But Forgotten: Mini-Episode # 4.
A look at the news of various random local arrests and criminal court cases, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, as published verbatim in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, on June 19, 1868. A true "slice of life", from a single day in the 19th century.
Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 19 & 26, 1868.
Police Blotter Narrator - K.D. Burr, the host of the Southern Grimoire podcast.
Intro & Outro – Host Intro – Nina Innsted, host of the Already Gone podcast.
Outro Aphorism – Kit Caren, co-host of Forgotten News Podcast.
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Source: Captain Alexander S. (“Clubber”) Williams of the New York City Police Department (1839-1917), as quoted in The Gangs of New York: An Informal History of the New York Underworld (1928), by Herbert Asbury, at p. 162, 217–219, 230–231 & 233, and Low Life (1990), by Luc Sante, p. 247-48. (Note: There are numerous different variations of this quote, depending on the chosen source).
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