What Happened When Isiah Thomas Asked the People of Detroit to Stop Committing Crimes for 24 Hours

8/19/2022 10:47:00 AM

In 1986, a basketball player kicked off a massive social experiment.

Crime, Basketball

“Recognizing who I had become in Detroit, and understanding the platform that I had, it was my responsibility and obligation to try to help.” On a new episode of One Year, host Josh_Levin speaks with former NBA star IsiahThomas about No Crime Day.

In 1986, a basketball player kicked off a massive social experiment.

Alpert, Bruce. “No time for crime today,” Detroit News, Sept. 27, 1986.Clark, Hattie. “,” Washington Post, Dec. 29, 1981.,” Associated Press, May 11, 1987.Franklin, Stephen. “Isiah issues call for involvement,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 28, 1986.Hart, Marla. “

,” Los Angeles Times, March 24, 1985.,” Detroit News, Sept. 27, 2021.Kresnak, Jack and Darryl Fears. “Policeman shot dead by mistake,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 28, 1986.“Man Acquitted in Fatal Shooting of Police Officer on City’s No Crime Day,” Associated Press, Jan. 16, 1987.

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Articles Abrams, Alan and D.W. Trying to figure out where you recognize a random supporting actor from? Chances are good that you remember them from a Garcia show. Dorken. Law enforcement officers have carried out dozens of raids in Buenos Aires targeting the Buenos Aires Yoga School, which “built a cult around its leader” and reduced members to “a situation of slavery and/or sexual exploitation,” according to prosecutors’ documents in the Argentine case against the school. “There’s no vacation from violence in Murder City,” Windsor Star, Sept. Related Stories. 29, 1986. Data from DappRadar shows that over the past 24 hours, BAYC saw a considerable increase in both traders and sales.

Alpert, Bruce. cities: Las Vegas, Chicago and New York. “No time for crime today,” Detroit News, Sept. 27, 1986. Berkow, Ira. Wiretaps that were part of the judicial investigation recorded conversations in which a man who authorities identify as Domingo spoke to a member of the group, identified as Susana Mendelievich, about meeting up with the opera star while he was in Buenos Aires for a series of concerts in April. “ ,” New York Times, Dec. SPECIAL OFFER (Sponsored).

4, 1981. Clark, Hattie. In one recording, the man identified as Domingo talks to Mendelievich about how she can go up to his hotel room without being detected by his staff. “ ’,” Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 26, 1986. DuPree, David. “He already called me and set up the deal so I can stay in his hotel tonight without his agents realizing,” she said.

“ ,” Washington Post, Dec. 29, 1981. “ FBI Stats Show Detroit Remains Nation’s Murder Capital ,” Associated Press, May 11, 1987. I mean, visit us means coming to visit me because he comes to my house in New York, and he reminded me of that yesterday,” the woman identified as Mendelievich can be heard saying in the recording. Fears, Darryl. “City official was Isiah’s backup for No Crime Day,” Detroit Free Press, Sept.

27, 1986. At least seven women were incorporated into the group when they were still children or teenagers and were sexually exploited, according to the prosecution’s documents. Foster, Terry. “The Down Side,” Detroit Free Press, May 6, 1990. Franklin, Stephen. for sexual encounters. “Isiah issues call for involvement,” Detroit Free Press, Sept.

28, 1986. Gavrilovich, Peter. In addition to alleged sexual exploitation, the group purportedly sold treatments, including what were known as “sleep cures” that involved giving people medication that would make them sleep for days at a time. “Chicago started No Crime Day,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 27, 1986. Gavrilovich, Peter. Advancing levels involved a “spiritual evolution” with the goal of reaching the seventh level that implied “eternal reincarnation.

“March of hope: Neighborhood clubs try for safer community,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 28, 1986. Hart, Marla. The organization also offered “philosophical coaching” courses through a separate company, the B. “ ,” Chicago Tribune, Dec. 3, 1989.

Harvey, Randy. These courses on subjects like “personal happiness” and “leadership” were often used to woo new members. “ ,” Los Angeles Times, March 24, 1985. Howard, Johnette. “One man’s dream day,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. Domingo’s image was tarnished in the United States after more than 20 women accused him, in stories published by The Associated Press , of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior in encounters that took place from the late 1980s to the 2000s. 25, 1986.

Hunter, George and Hayley Harding. “ ,” Detroit News, Sept. The accusations and subsequent findings halted Domingo’s career in the U. 27, 2021. “Isiah Appleseed,” Detroit News, Sept. 25, 1986. His website says he is currently on tour in Mexico with performances later this month scheduled in Italy.

Jones, Linda, Cindy Loose, Denise Stinson, Chauncey Bailey, Monroe Walker, Jim Tobin, Mike Martindale and Robert Ourillan. “Isiah rallies No Crime Day crowd,” Detroit News, Sept. 28, 1986. Kresnak, Jack and Darryl Fears. “Policeman shot dead by mistake,” Detroit Free Press, Sept.

28, 1986. Loose, Cindy. “Isiah Thomas courts city’s street people,” Detroit News, Sept. 14, 1986. Loose, Cindy.

“Ugly memories of crime drive Isiah,” Detroit News, Sept. 7, 1986. “Man Acquitted in Fatal Shooting of Police Officer on City’s No Crime Day,” Associated Press, Jan. 16, 1987. Nack, William.

“ ’I have got to do right’ ,” Sports Illustrated, Jan. 19, 1987. “No Crime Day: From City Hall to homes, the effort must continue,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 27, 1986. “People with guns ended 33 childhoods in Detroit,” Detroit Free Press, Dec.

28, 1986. Risen, James. “ ,” Los Angeles Times, Sept. 27, 1986. Schiller, Bill.

“Murder City returns,” Toronto Star, Sept. 28, 1986. Sinclair, Norm. “Crimeless day saw no letup in crime,” Detroit News, Sept. 29, 1986.

Strother, Shelby. “Street kids: Isiah Thomas returns to help troubled youths,” Gannett News Service, Aug. 13, 1986. Swickward, Joe. “No one-day fix,” Detroit Free Press, Sept.

29, 1986. “The Crime Game,” Detroit News, Sept. 5, 1986. “Thousands of Detroiters show they’ve had enough,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 28, 1986.

Vincent, Charlie. “Crime or no crime, Isiah knows whereof he speaks,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 27, 1986. Walker, Monroe and Mike Martindale. “Mistaken for burglar, Detroit officer is slain,” Detroit News, Sept.

28, 1986. Watson, Susan. “Sadness, surprise filled hoped-for day of miracles,” Detroit Free Press, Sept. 28, 1986. Weinreb, Michael.

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