Straight outta Miami, Cocaine Cowboys Alfred Spellman and Billy Corben give us the Raw Deal on the 1st 10 years of racontur, the film company that’s held us down with dope documentaries for 9 summers. And how their upcoming ESPN 30 For 30 doc Broke will keep their team in the Limelight. Just Blaze talks about the decade after Come Home With Me.
Had fun with this episode, these guys were great guests.
Alfred Spellman (@AlfredSpellman) & Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) | Director of COCAINE COWBOYS on CNBC, SQUARE GROUPER on Showtime, BROKE and THE U for ESPN’s 30 for 30 series, Rokantur.com | @RakonturMiami
News w/ @MattRaz
- Half a million dollars in pathology equipment stolen, believed to be contaminated with “flesh eating bacteria”
- 3 drunk buddies kidnap penguin, swim with dolphins at Seaworld
- Florida woman stabs fiance over cigarette
- 67 year old man dies after receiving “a number” of lap dances, man was was unresponsive when it came time to pay
News w/ JustBlaze
Cops found Yekaterina Pusepa standing on a lower Manhattan sidewalk yesterday drenched in blood — blotchy handprints covering her arms and T-shirt. Lying on the street was her boyfriend, splayed out with a knife wound to the chest. She was sobbing furiously — but last night it turned out she was crying crocodile tears as cops charged her with stabbing her beau in a fit of rage inside their Gold Street apartment.
News w/ @RakonturMiami
The mass shooting that killed two people and wounded 12 others near North Miami began with a perceived sign of disrespect at the wake of a man who had jumped to his death from a shopping mall parking garage. The act of reaching into the casket to touch the body of 21-year-old Morvin Andre escalated into a deadly conflict among gang members who opened fire into a gathering of mourners. -miamiherald.com