Episode 54: Rounding Up The Save NYC Charter Change Coalition

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo discusses removing the cancer that is the NYC city council with the New York City Charter Change Coalition, enabling illegal migrants, Eric Adams, Citi Bike not having ID’s, Robert Holden, how the knife prohibition being thrown out the window will increase lashings, Gracie Mansion, Ron […]

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Episode 53: Tabacco From Staten Island: A Real New Yorker

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo is joined by friend and TV personality John Tabacco to discuss his background, Staten Island, being proud to be a New Yorker, Blue Lives Matter, working on Wall Street, NYC crime, police funding, NYC politicians, and more!

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Episode 52: From Judge To Politics with George Grasso: Part 2

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo is joined by former Supreme Court Judge and NYPD veteran George Grasso to discuss why he left being an administrative judge to run for District Attorney, how the hard left is taking over the main stream democratic party, damage to public safety, and more!

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Episode 51: From Cop To Judge with George Grasso: Part 1

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo is joined by former Supreme Court Judge and NYPD veteran George Grasso to discuss what made him join the NYPD, his journey as a police officer, working the Dowd case, and more!

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Episode 50: Where Is New York City Going With All This Crime

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo discusses Former Police Commissioner Keechant retiring and what he likes about Jessica Tisch taking over, riots in Democratic cities and how they are failing because of Democrats, 50 Cent’s comments on zero-bail policy in LA, police officers retiring and not being treated by the public […]

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Episode 49: What It Takes To Be A Good Cop

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Scott Munro joins Bo Dietl to give us insight on the current state of New York policing. He also gives us a better look on the struggles his son endured when outed as a whistleblower. How can we get the people to trust to the police […]

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Episode 48: What Did New York Do Wrong To Lose Control On Crime? w/ Bill Bratton

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Former Police Commissioner William Bratton gets on call and shares his professional opinion on police work in New York. With Keechant Sewell resigning from her position as police commissioner, our city is really shaken up. The current state of crime doesn’t help and New Yorkers do […]

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Episode 47: The Generation Of Our City w/ Curtis Sliwa

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo is joined by Curtis Sliwa, the Founder of the Guardian Angels to discuss Mayor Eric Adams, homeless Veterans, Bill de Blasio, stop-and-frisk, policing, transgender youth, disrespect towards cops, China, needing fresh faces in politics, and more!

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Episode 46: The Facts About The Durham Report By Bo Dietl

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo gets into all things Durham Report involving Donald Trump and Russia, Hillary Clinton’s involvement, Hunter Biden’s laptop, Merrick Garland’s use of the FBI, John Brennan, the CIA, and wraps up with what’s going on in New York City.

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Episode 45: The Trials of a Correctional Officer w/ Norman Seabrook

On the latest episodes of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, former president of the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association, Norman Seabrook, joins Bo and tells us the crime that happens within the correctional facility. Correctional Facility staff members put themselves in danger when in constant contact with criminals. This led Norman to go from officer to President […]

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Episode 44: The New York City Quality Of Life w/ Ray Kelly

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo is joined by Former New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly to discuss his early career, serving as Police Commissioner during 9/11, quality of life, stop and frisk, defunding the police, getting guns off the streets, Jordan Neely Subway incident, Chicago murder rates, prosecuting convicted […]

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Episode 43: The Takedown of Nicky Barnes

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime Stories, Bo brings in former DEA Agent Louis Diaz to talk about his amazing history. From the great 1963 England Train Robbery to the takedown of New York’s biggest crime boss, Nicky Barnes. 

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Episode 42: What’s Going On?

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo is here to talk about the many problems he has with just about everything. Bo talks about political correctness, transgenders, what’s going on with Chinese satellites, and more. Bo also discusses his recent trip to Virginia and what he learned about Thomas Jefferson. 

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Episode 41: Crime Surge in NYC

This week on Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Bo is back in the studio to rant about crime in New York City. Bo addresses the revolving door of crime, illegal immigration, inflation, the homeless problem, and more. 

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Episode 40: Natalee Holloway’s Disappearance

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Attorney & Partner at Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara, LLC, John Q. Kelly returns to the podcast to discuss Natalee Holloway’s disappearance in Aruba.

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Episode 39: The Case of OJ Simpson

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime, Attorney & Partner at Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara, LLC, John Q. Kelly joins the podcast to discuss the famous case of OJ Simpson. Here, he goes into detail of the case and discuss that the jury was never going to convict OJ at the time. Plus, […]

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Episode 38: Crime Against Prisoners

On the latest Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, Bo’s close friend, Rich Bruno, joins the podcast to discuss on the injustice of what happened to his son. Rich Bruno Jr. went to jail for drug dealing, and has paid his dues. However, Rich dives into the problems and the failures of our correction facilities and […]

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Episode 37: Rescue from Denmark

On the latest Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, Bo discusses a case he handled, where an 18 month old boy was taken to Denmark by his mother. Now it’s off to Europe with his crew, and the father of the child to get him back!

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Episode 36: Rescue from Istanbul

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, Bo & Michael Ciravolo of Beau Dietl & Associates, discusses two cases that occurred around the same time in 1992. First, a 7 year old boy named Hassan, who was kidnapped by his father and taken to Istanbul, Turkey. Plus, an assault case involving the […]

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Episode 35: Street Warrior Ralph Friedman

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, Bo & Michael Ciravolo of Beau Dietl & Associates are joined by NYPD’s most decorated detective, Ralph Friedman. Ralph promotes his book “Street Warrior: The True Story of the NYPD’s Most Decorated Detective and the Era That Created Him” and recounts legendary stories about his […]

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Episode 34: A Fraudulent Case

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, Bo & Michael Ciravolo of Beau Dietl & Associates, are joined by Richard Bailey, a private equity consultant. Richard Bailey was recently a victim of a mass fraudulent case that had to do with his company and an associate named Alexander Burns.

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Episode 33: Larry the Creep: Part 2

On the latest Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, here is the second part of the Sarah Lawrence College sex-cult leader Lawrence (Larry) Ray. Arrested last year for sex trafficking and extortion.

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Episode 32: Larry the Creep: Part 1

On the latest Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, Bo dives in to the Sarah Lawrence College sex-cult leader Lawrence (Larry) Ray, who was arrested last year for sex trafficking and extortion. He would force young women into prostitution or forced labor by posing as a father figure to them.

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Episode 31: Multiple Stabbings at Forest Hills

On the latest episode of Bo Dietl’s True Crime Podcast, relisten to the events of this past year when the heroic firefighter Timothy Klein lost his life. Also, reflecting on 51-year-old Orsolya Gaal who was stabbed multiple times and dumped in a duffel bag at Forest Hills. And of course, the heroism of Yonkers Detective […]

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