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What’s up good people, welcome to the New York Said podcast. First off, I just want to thank you for your support. As you know, everyone and their mother has a podcast and the fact that you keep coming back to see who I’m talking to week after week means a lot. That’s not shade to the growing podcast community, that’s just the facts. And I love it.
Today’s guest on the show is Sundhe Moses, but I know him as Shine. Shine was wrongly convicted of killing a 4 year girl in Brooklyn and did over 18 years in prison for it. A few years ago he was set free and we had a very in-depth conversation about it. Instead of hitting you over the head with a 3 hour episode. I’m going break it down into 3 parts. This is part one, part two will drop next week and the 3rd and last part will drop the following week. I release episodes every Tuesday unless something crazy is going on and then its Wednesday the latest.
In episode one we talk about growing up in Brooklyn, karate flicks, getting locked up, Rikers Island, How to Survive Prison, wrongful conviction and never losing hope.
In episode two we talk about the system, corruption, a time computation sheet, guilt, shame and examining a person’s character over time.
In episode three talk about changing lives, corruption, good people in prison, a way out, getting familiar with basic law, commanding respect and demanding respect.
The last thing I want to say before you I let you go is, if you’ve been enjoying the New York Said podcast. Head to iTunes or the Apple Podcast app and rate the show. I’m at about 30 ratings at the moment. Let’s get it to 50 before the summer gets here. If you’ve already subscribed and rated the show, thank you. Turns out, I love you.
I’m outta here, see you next week.
“Education is not enough to escape the hood or the ghetto.” – Sundhe Moses
Show Notes: Part 1
- Arrested September 1, 1995 for a crime he did not do.
- The concept of time and the importance of its value
- Albee Square Mall, Brooklyn
- Fort Greene, Brooklyn
- Republic of Liberia
- Kool G Rap
- Run DMC
- RUN-DMC – Rock Box (Video) – YouTube
- Michael Jackson
- Lionel Richie
- Hip Hop Music
- Rhythm and Blues
- Pop Music
- Full Force/UTFO Roxanne, Roxanne (Video) – YouTube
- 3 o’clock karate flicks
- Saturday Morning Cartoons
- The Smurfs
- Rickety Rocket
- The Dukes of Hazzard
- Hill Street Blues
- What did you want to be when yougrew up?
- Amon wanted to be the Ice Cream Man…Never get high on your own supply.
- Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn
- P.S. 270 Johann DeKalb
- P.S. 140 Edward K Ellington
- Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy
- Rikers Island
- Moral Compass
- What is your purpose?
- Vision Boards
- 50 Cent we want you on the show…
- They always get it right on TV.
- Menace II Society
- Guilty by association.
- How to Survive in Jail or Prision for the first time:
- Go to the law library and study your case.
- Mind your business.
- Keep to yourself.
- Don’t talk a lot.
- Must make an impression you can’t be taken advantage of.
- The Kalief Browder Story
- Sundhe Moses finally free as prosecutors announce he won’t face retrial in 1997 murder case, By Christina Carrega
- Man exonerated for murder he didn’t commit is finally free, By Georgett Roberts, February 16, 2018
- JUDGE OVERTURNS CONVICTION FOR BROOKLYN MAN COERCED TO CONFESS BY CORRUPT COP, By Natalie Duddridge | January 11, 2018
- Another Criminal Case Linked to Former Brooklyn Detective Gets Overturned, By Innocence Staff
- Shamone Johnson
- Louis N. Scarcella
- Never lose hope.
- What does 15 yrs. to life in prison mean?
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Show Notes: Part 2
- What’s my name?
- Scandal Break
- The Tragedy of Louis Scarcella by Albert Samaha, August 5, 2014
- What’s in a life sentence?
- Time computation sheet
- The Kalief Browder Story TrailerRecanted Stories
- The Central Park Five
- Combat Jack Show – They Raymond Santana The Central Park 5 Episode
- The System and Corruption
- Wrongful conviction, how do you know?
- Guilt and shame exists for a reason.
- Examine a person’s character over time.
- Zebras can’t be lions.
- No coincidences.
- Ghostface Killah – you ain’t gotta to lie to kick it.
- I’m Gonna Git You Sucka (Movie)
- Huggy Bear
- Phone power?
- Letters are very important.
- Forget stereotypes.
- “What you think you’ll say, what you say you’ll do.” Common saying as recounted by SundheMoses
- Behold a Pale Horse by Milton William Cooper
Show Notes: Part 3
- Makes me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America by Nathan McCall
- Notorious Biggie Smalls
- Queen of All Saints Church
- Still a convicted felon
- Ignorance of the law is not an excuse.
- Get familiar with basic law.
- Miranda Warning
- The Constitution of the United States of America
- Grand Jury
- Grand Jury Process
- Money doesn’t buy freedom.
- Bernie Madoff
- John Gotti
- We learn through necessity.
- A well-armed man with knowledge is very powerful.
- “I don’t have much faith in people.” Sundhe Moses
- A lot of disappointment.
- Independent thinking-doing for self, can’t depend on anyone.
- Ask yourself, if you have 150,000 in cash in the house, who could you trust with it while you being locked away 5 years?
- You can use me, just don’t misuse me.
- The best way to support someone is to show up.
- It Ain’t Personal – Jay Z
- Money or ideas
- Teaching you how to fish, instead of giving you the fish
- The greatest gift you can offer someone is a way out.
- Changing lives is the most valuable experience.
- Prison is not where they send good people, but there are good people there. – Sundhe Moses
- A clear difference between commanding respect and giving respect- Command & Demand Difference
- Trayvon Martin
- Malcolm X
- Minister Louis Farrakhan
- People believe what they see, not what they hear.
- Law and Order
- Was Sundhe Moses found Not Guilty?
- Criminal Law Basics
- Civil Law Basics
- Courtroom Basics
- Real English: What You Need To Know if You’re Going To Court
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