Criminal Masterminds, The Pilot 2

CRIMINAL MASTERMINDS is a podcast which delivers you the view of the police, police families and the police supporters on today’s conflicts, debates and overall issues in policing. As the dishonest media-heads and police hating loud mouths sit and play Monday morning quarterbacks after every major police involved shooting or police involved death, the guys behind the mics on this show will do the same as well and will combat the anti-police rhetoric which had been spreading for the past few years.

Your Host Richard Tracy and his co-pilot for this episode, Babo, start the show with breaking news from Delaware and the hostage situation. The boys check in on President Trump and talk about the lawyer who decided to challenge a warrant which was signed by a judge to grant permission to take blood from a DUI suspect who killed a cop. Tracy and Babo mention the Mosque shooting in Canada and point out how there is no outrage over the attack vs. the “ban on Muslims”. Tracy follows up on an article he read regarding the secret agent who refused to protect President Trump from last week.

Tracy visits a story from his Motherland and speaks to Babo about the decriminalization of domestic violence in Russia. More on President Trump and his comments on crime in Philadelphia, which was a gateway into the discussion in the murder rate in Chicago. The guys conclude the show with articles about a cop who got fired for serving a homeless man a feces sandwich and a mayor who called a cop a pig –

and we’re just getting started!

Richard Tracy, host of the new podcast Criminal Masterminds, is a new breed of talk radio and podcasting. Think of Tracy as a Super Hero, only this one does not come with a fancy cape or gadgets. He does not combat villains nor does he jump out of burning and crashing airplanes with out a parachute. What Tracy does and will combat is the anti police rhetoric which has been plaguing the nation along with the political correctness which has prevent people from having the true "honest and open dialogue" on the current issues regarding policing in the Great U.S. of A. He also may make you chuckle like a school kid in the process.