Truth: The Wikileaks of Clark County and Southern Indiana

Goliath going to keep posting “Truth” and “beauty” posts until he gets some real news. To all and many…if you got some good stuff….send it to Goliath (you know how ….if not…send to Goliath’s Shyster Lawyer) we promise anonymity as long as you say so. ┬áMany out there KNOW this is true. Goliath NEVER burned a source and WILL never burn a source.

Meanwhile, ┬áHere is a beloved image for tonight’s “Truth” entry

6 comments for “Truth: The Wikileaks of Clark County and Southern Indiana

  1. Southern Belle
    August 13, 2013 at 12:12 am

    Hmmmm. Big G, what’s up?
    Rumors
    of a Big Story
    out of Indianapolis?
    Fill us in?
    Feds?

  2. Southern Belle
    August 13, 2013 at 12:19 am

    “Goliath NEVER burned a source and WILL never burn a source.”
    The G is an truly honorable person!

  3. Lono, Curse of
    August 13, 2013 at 12:22 am

    G posted: “Truth: The Wikileaks of Clark County
    and Southern Indiana.”

    OK, OK, Ok…so “Wikileak” us!
    We want to know what is the Indianapolis rumor!

  4. Lono, Curse of
    August 13, 2013 at 10:07 pm

    Gangsters In Our Own Back Yard

    ‘Little Mexico’ a.k.a. Newport, KY
    Bryan Meade
    http://newporthighschool.org/gangsters.htm

  5. Lono, Curse of
    August 13, 2013 at 10:08 pm

    His name was George Remus. While not well remembered today, Remus was a prominent figure in the 1920’s, that period of American history known as “The Prohibition Era.” Indirectly Remus was responsible for Newport, Kentucky, becoming famous as “Little Mexico,” known for its nightlife and illegal gambling activities.
    Remus began his career as a law student in Chicago. Never one to pass up an opportunity, he used his education to find a loophole to use the prohibition law to his advantage. This “loophole” would bring him more money in a three months period of time than some people would be fortunate enough to earn in a lifetime. Because whiskey was legal for medicinal purposes, Remus knew that by establishing drug companies this would provide him the legal right to warehouse whiskey. He moved from Chicago to Cincinnati, Ohio, one of the nations largest distillery regions. Thanks to George, the greater Cincinnati region would enjoy some of the best contraband available.

  6. Lono, Curse of
    August 13, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    Rumor had it that George bribed federal agents to guard the bonded whiskey at his warehouses. Remus extracted the whiskey from the barrels and replaced it with water so that when federal inspectors checked the warehouses, all the barrels would be full. Soon his operations expanded to the bordering states of Indiana and Kentucky. His reputation for providing the best whiskey in the Midwest earned him the title, “King of the Bootleggers.” Sales were so immense that Remus had twelve lieutenants who managed procurement, distribution and public affairs, better known as bribery. Shipments were sent out by car, truck, and even full boxcar loads. Bank deposits revealed that within one three months period, Remus deposited $2,700,000. His net worth was estimated at $70,000,000. He built a mansion in Price Hill in Cincinnati known as the “Marble Palace.”

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