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|Birth name||Harry Devon Johnson|
|Also known as||Flaawless,HDj,*|
|Labels||Regardless Music & Coherst Entertainment|
|Website||Regardless Devon's Website|
Coherst Coherst Live Statistics
1.1 : Harry Devon Johnson AKA Regardless Devon Victory is a certified thousand'naire and millionaire.(2013) One of his finacial advisors is Buchmuller & Co. - Netherlands.
1.Fire Heat Coherst Development Income,2003 Income 50,000 (Pre:credit) 2.Pre Approved Cash Card - Unlimted Cash Advances/ Unlimtted Cash adding Amounts 3.Pre Approved : Business Credit Card in 2004 : 100,357 Dollars 4.Harry Devon;Representative over 55,000,000 - 2003 & 2004 Census 5.Commercial Business online Name in 2003: www.flaawlesspimpitok.tk 6.Commercial Business Company name online in 2003: Fire Heat Coherst Development L.L.C 7.Coherst Coherst Live Holds 8 million Dollars in Contingent Millions [] 8.Fire Heat Coherst Devolpment Changed Too Coherst Coherst Live in 2008 9.Harry Devon Johnson: Invited to tour USA White House In 2003 10.Coherst Coherst Live Revenue:Royaltys & Government Monthly Checks [] 11.Coherst Coherst Live Impression Rate as of 2013 is 50,000,000 12.Coherst Coherst Live URL Registered: 13.www.myspace.com/coherstrecords reached: 30,000+ views in 2010 ==== (Coherst Records M.S. Socializing Site Was Discontinued)
13-2:regardless.21publish.com was discontinued in 2010 because of[] a (dispute that the company had against the website being on their servers. The website was in cyber space from 2007-2010) ====
14.According to Google Ad Words:
14-2-Nov 2012: Impressions: 96,404 - Total Cost Of Impressions: 25.95 14-3-Nov 2012: Mobile Campaign Impressions: 58,212
14-4-Dec 2012: Impression: 5,615 - Total Cost Of Impressions 3.22 14-5-Dec 2012: Mobile Campaign Impressions: 4,777
14-6-Oct 2012: Impressions 121,378 total cost for 121,378 Impressions 30.02 14-7-Oct 2012: Mobile Campaign Impressions: 52,862
14-8-Sep 2012: Impressions 189,156 Total Cost Of 189,156 : Total Cost Of Impressions 25.9 14-9-Sep 2012: Mobile Campaign Impressions: 75,016
14-10-Aug 2012: Impressions 150,281 Total cost of Impressions: $24.02 14-11-Aug 2012: Mobile Campaign Impressions:32,969
14-12-Jul 2012: Impressions:164,064 Impressions Based On Top Per text ad 14-13-Jul 2012: Impressions: 170,394
NBA - Shut Down Game
Yall might have missed some of these NBA Basketballs games in the past - but i think that Regardless Devon is the first & only one that shut down a NBA Major game being showed on at-least 10,000,000 million people TVS.(Estimate) And The whole entire crowd is yelling out instead of defense,defense they was yelling, regardless, regardless, regardless ,harry ,harry, harry. And booing each team, that was playing and then the team's just started walking down the courts and acting crazy; I think that Regardless Devon Victory, is the only one who has effected the world this exact way. I swear to god that makes Devon. R. victory a prophet & A don...When you tell anecdotes about being the ruler of the spirit world some things get crazy and twisted.
Dayton Ohio native
Regardless is 29 years old, his birth day is 7-9-1983 He was born at Miami Valley Hospital In Dayton Ohio. According to Wikipedia.com Dayton is the 6th largest city in the state of Ohio and is the county seat of Montgomery County. Cincinnati is the third largest. Columbus is the largest city in Ohio. Cleveland is the second largest city in the state of Ohio.Dayton is the 6th largest city in the state of Ohio and is the county seat of Montgomery County. The fifth most populous county in the State of Ohio. At the 2010 census;the Dayton metropolitan area was 841,502 making it the fourth largest metropolitan area in Ohio and the 61st largest in the United States. The Dayton-Springfield-Greenville Combined Statistical Area had a population of 1,072,891 in 2010 and is the 43rd largest in the United States.
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History Of Dayton
Dayton is situated within the Miami Valley region of Ohio just north of the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Metropolitan area.People who have lived in Dayton Ohio, created the first Airplane, also created the first electronic car switch. The city was incorporated in 1805 and was named after Jonathan Dayton, who owned the land. Nancy Cartwright is from Dayton Ohio she plays the voice of Bart Simpson on the cartoon show called the Simpson's.For more info on Dayton Ohio check out google.
Briefing to published sources
The year Of February 25, 2008 - Harry Devon Johnson;Birth Name - accomplished Publishing A book Of Poetry with Publish America. This Book called Reading Virginity 1.1was Published that year. Publish America has offered him hundred's of events; even if he didn't except. He states That Publisher America Is no Scam,and that it takes time,concentration and money to succeed,even if it's an advanced fee in millions, This money has to be paid back. Also Publisher America Has offered him. Celebrity Endorsements As of March 2013 Publish America is acting as Harry Devon AKA Regardless Devon agent to sell his book and or idea for his new book. Harry Devon Has received miscellaneous incometax statements for the year 2012 but being paid in the 2013 tax season. Harry Devon Johnson stated in a press release released March 17 2013 that he's selling out with Publish America. View Press release here.
Briefing of the past
After publishing multiple books with Poetry Anthology's. One Of these Anthology companies known as International Society Of Poets. Gained Him Invitations to tour the White House in 2003,And Honorary - Co - Chairman For the RNC. He has paid to have his poetry read and for them to except the awards as in via satellite @ some of these events by International Society of Poets; unlike some poets, that goes with strictly scams. Reading Virginity 1.1 : ISBN: 1604748087 Publish America (February 25, 2008) Amazon Best Sellers Rank: # has made it to the 1.000.000's the year of 2012 from 15 million, and has left the 1.000.000's seller rank and moved up to A lower position to the 5.000.000's area and stayed in the 5 millions for at least three months so far to this date 5-8-2012.
Another published source
The year of 2011 Publish America (May 2, 2011)Allowed Regardless Devon Victory to Publish an autobiography about his life.The book was called The Bridge Of Destruction And Terror.
Publish America wrote him asking him to publish a book about his life,He was plotting on writing another book with them in-between time;though they preferred a biography - I was Happy with the decision - and They had no hate values,between them on which way the second book was released. The ISBN To This book is: 145600736X Some educational guidelines at Wikipedia says,that you have to have a biography selling in stores, in order to have a article in Wikipedia. And there is a mandatory third party rule, that a person write a story on you in a newspaper or journal,has to be a well known journal or newspaper; for instances Dayton Daily News Paper,is known enough to Wikipedia.
Bio of regardless
Regardless stated, he named his self Regardless because one of the definitions behind the word,regardless means ignoring set backs and hindrances;he also states that he will never Wright or put dirt on his name and he will do anything to stop flaaw's. He also stated that's why his AKA is called flaawless,cause if anything its some flawed individual trying to put flaw on him,because of what he has and become and wants to stop him from being a flaawless individual.
Also this, there, that, more, the two a's in his name represents a trade mark,and it is illegal for any one in the world to Wright and or use his name with out his permission: That's as in Search Directories,Newspapers,Magazines,Search Engines,any publication what so ever ETC. Also the same thing goes for his name;Regardless Devon Victory and his Label Recording Name ( Claiming to recording - paper - info - music - catalogs ETC. But is Not prevalent) Coherst Developments that's not stating the words in his name separated (Regardless) (Devon) (Victory)- it's in it's entirety when it shouldn't be used.
Pre approved credit cards
No matter what this dude should be paid? From 10,000,000 dollar audits to separate million dollar awards,to separate 5,000,000 to plus separate credit cards with a platinum credit line so high just at 50,000 dollars plus,98 percent back from each purchase;that most normal citizens rather poverty or not poverty cant even see. Because its secretes to the education of these credit cards for instance if you went online to fill out an application for a credit card that was 1 hundred and twenty five thousand dollars on the credit line you would need to own a business to cop out at that or pure clean credit @ that time... I rest my case...
Tax Deduction offerings
RDV received a tax deduction and or was offered one to the full extent of the law by P.B.S. Dayton Ohio's branch -- Public Broadcast Station. In 2004 he have helped P.B.S. develop some of their programs.
He also worked with Antares Vending Machines In his "Endeavour" to become CEO of his on vending machine company with in around 2002 - 2003... He also worked for the Montgomery county Job and family services on and off for three years we'll say from 2000 - 2003 as a freelance.
Two Jobs,School and more,when Harry Devon Johnson was 16
During this time a probation officer,he worked with at a company called Building Bridges which is in connections with Montgomery County Job And Family Services,who's name was G. Miller; asked for his help because he needed him to be their when one of the other adults was suppose to help out and couldn't make it,so he called him on the phone and asked him to help him out. This was a trip to Canada it was at least 8 juvenile kids and three adults regardless devon victory ( No Caps Tm) and G. Miller was two of the adults.
We camped out side in Canada for two weeks: canoeing, mounting climbing, jumping off cliffs into water...the adults at this function guided them and showed them a way to respect the world and their selves better...Harry Devon Johnson, Received at least 50 checks from this company and offered his time when this program was usually only for juveniles who was on probation threw Building Bridges Only. Harry Devon Was Not on probation with Building Bridges. He was also at this time working as a freelancer,politic wise and working @ Wendy's. How he got this connection on meeting the owner of Wendy's was a nice proposition "no application was filled by Harry Devon;job was based on strictly connections.
That's 8 hours of school, 8 hours of work, (16 hours) Leaving seven hours of free time and getting like 4 hours of sleep - in a 24 hour period - daily. Building Bridges @ this time, when I was working there consist, of people that lived at A foster home called:The George Foster Home. Most Building Bridges, if not all kids were on probation and living @ the Foster Home. Harry Devon Johnson was not on probation by Building Bridges and never lived @ the George Foster home,or any other foster home. Though he talked to one of the probation officers threw; Intense Probation; which was separate section of probation @ the same building,or you can say across the way. Which got him this job. Shawen Acres; which is a complex with multiple company's with-in it.
When Harry Devon Johnson went to [|Ruskin Elementary School], he was the Head Editor of his book called A tale of two city's by Charles Dickens. Harry Devon Johnson, held a conversation among teachers and children;of a class room of about 50. Where he picked and choose 10 students,to help him make this book. They worked on this book for at least a month ,While the rest of the class learned from the teacher and did their separate thing.
He,Being,the Editor, gave each student,that he choose,a position - which consisted of writing the book and drawing the pictures. The Book is A picture book. A sentence each page. Harry Devon Johnson Drew Picture's and wrote some of the pages. Pictures are initialed in the book to show who drew which picture, and the table of contents has each students First and Last name - plus the teachers name. Who was the Head Editor over Harry Though, she left the project overall up to Harry. Our Book Publisher was Dayton Public school publisher's. Who printed all our schools planners and lot's of other valuable printed material. Harry Devon Johnson has a plan to reprint the book and sell it in the future online.
When Harry Devon Johnson, Went to Stivers middle school In Dayton Ohio, his teacher Mr. E.V who was Harry Devon's teacher had a talk with him. They talked during class one day, about Hanukkah, Halloween and class work. During this time he talked to Harry Devon Johnson, and he was telling him, that they was about to have a event called a lock in. He explained to Harry Devon Johnson -
That a lock-in was going to be on a Saturday. He stated that a lock in was, where every one in the same grade would stay the night at the school and have various activity's. He then brung to Harry's attention the fact that he needed a D.J.,To "DJ" the lock in. Harry and MR. V. was real cool. And He asked Harry If He would DJ - Harry excepted Happily.
Harry Devon Exclaimed, that he was running around the school telling ever one to bring music Cd's; though Harry Stated it was a good turn out on who brung music, he just noted that he had, every single CD that every one had brung already - he stated though this was a good aspect to see what most was playing,though he was wise to the music scene. The day of the lock-in Harry Devon Johnson ,was the first student there.
The school was closed, on saturday, to teachers and students, so he had to find Mr. V. B. - It Was Harry And Mr. V. @ the school alone for like two hours. During this time Harry And Mr. V. moved all of the equipment ( Speakers, mixers,audio devices ect.) out of Mr. V's car and into the gymnasium - where we started and or kept most of the activity's. They had at least 6 fifth teens and a lot of power and mixing Hardware.
Harry wore special earphone's to hear the next song playing,while the song playing played for the students. He also ended up having to edit all cussing manually. It was not a big problem - but it took time concentration and intelligence to remember ever song played ahead of time.
Then we left the gym and went to the hall where all the students and Harry And Mr. V. had a talk about the story we all new of about a little girl drowning in the swimming pool in the basement of Stivers Middles School and some sources say a teacher drowned and may be because of her estranged, student lover.(...is included in one of the Haunted Ohio Books)Stivers Middle School,Haunted Ohio
The basement was closed to all student's, they always kept locks and chains on the basement entrances - though for this special event lock-in. Mr. V. unlocked it, right before we was getting ready to play hide and seek. We all had flash lights and other gadgets. Some of the students went down, about ten of them,that's when they were closed into the basement,for a while. ( We tricked them into believing that we were all going down. They was all scared and screaming - they thought that the ghost in the basement was going to get them. Then we all went down for-real, with flash lights. Then we played hide and seek threw out the whole entire school; all floors and all halls. Some people was hiding in the air duct vents;that had to be UN-screwd, some behind trash cans, some invisible. We had it girls against boys. Not only that all class rooms was supposed to be locked at-least if the teacher locked they doors.
We had at least 200 students at this event we ordered Large Pizza's for everyone, there was two people to each, one Large pizza.
Olive Hill School
When Harry Devon Johnson, went to Olive Hill Elementary school, in the late 80ty's & early 90ty's, they allowed students to get paddled when they got into trouble. The principle would make them come into the office and then you'd have to bend over and touch your toes & then you would get three spanks with the paddle, two kind've soft and the third, which was supposed to be the most pain fullest one.
When He went to Olive Hill School he was commemorated, for singing everyday in class. It was they class, National Anthem to listen to him sing Before I Let You Go : By Black Street, every day;in 1994. Thanks to his English teacher.
In school, Harry Devon Johnson, has been on many field trips and starring in a stage play in school @ Olive Hill as the lead main character,in the production.
@ one ceremony for the whole entire school @ Stivers middle school, Harry was awarded for the most Improved student out of the whole entire school.
He states he was so shocked, when it was hundreds of people in the auditorium and he heard his name called out of no where. Then He walked up to the stage and got his diploma certificate of being Improved. He has been to Sun Watch Indian Village with his schools. Memorial hall with his school. The Victoria Theater with his school. He also went to a Cincinnati reds baseball game with his teacher Mrs. C. on a personal level and went to her house on numerous occasions. He has been to the Cincinnati Museum. He Has traveled to Memphis Tennessee. He Has been to Canada crossed they border.
Growing up Harry Devon Johnson, didn't know what depression was, so he never felt depressed. He had his Mother and Father in his life for at least 7 years [sic] EST. He learned how to swim @ an early age. And he learned how to ride a bike at an early age. He never realized that his mother and father was arguing, he states if it was going on, he was somewhere else when it happened.
Since it was only him and his sister living, he felt as if he was the only child, he was never at home and gone a lot as a young male. He stated that he can't remember having any problems in school. Though he still cussed at some teachers and had some arguments. He states he was more of a problem starter, so there for he understands how he never started problems and never was a problem.
He states He used to stay across the street from the projects called Arlington Courts apartments, in Dayton, Ohio, In a big blue house on CHICAMAUGA AVE in Dayton Ohio. Which Apartments have been torn down...
Back Cover description to Reading Virginity 1.1
Reading Virginity 1.1 is for anyone who loves to read poetry. The book covers several topics: urban life, suburban life, street life, and relationships, while it displays the author’s strong intellectual side. Regardless Devon Victory has been writing for a long time. He’s been published in at least ten anthologies and he has also been published in twenty poetry magazines and other publications.
The author is working on several other poetry books, plus an urban novel. The title Reading Virginity 1.1 reflects the fact that people have never experienced writing like the author’s, so in essence, he’s taking their “virginity,” even if readers have read a million poetry books. He will probably take their virginity every time he writes something new or makes a new musical.
Back Cover description to The bridge of destruction and terror
You are the newest M.V.P Regardless Devon -Sports Illustrated /Peoples Magazine
Some of the conceptions and retrospection's about the world. The society revolves around a lot of thing's that effect some people - it could be good and it could be bad. This book reflect ways of the world that could reflect and effect people in the universe on good and bad levels. (Particularly The author of this book) since it’s a memoir of his life. The author feels that he's part of a human universe, were morals are deprived. It's the logic of the bridges that could be built and or destroyed. This book also haves multiple short storys that the author wrote and some written songs. This book also talks about politic’s
I so appreciate the poetic vision god has given you, your part of our alum-in.
Lavender Aurora –poetry editor of famous poets
Press Release written By Pa Staff
This is a press Release written by Publish America:
Contact: Shawn Street – Public Relations for media reasons
PublishAmerica Presents The Bridge of Destruction and Terror by Regardless Devon Victory
Frederick, MD May 31, 2011 -- PublishAmerica is proud to present The Bridge of Destruction and Terror: A reflection of a human in the world by Dayton, Ohio author Regardless Devon Victory.
Society revolves around a lot of things that effect some people - it could be good and it could be bad. This unforgettable book reflects ways of the world that could reflect and effect people in the universe on good and bad levels. (Particularly The author of this book) since it’s a memoir of his life.The author feels that he's part of a human universe, were morals are deprived. It's the logic of the bridges that could be built and or destroyed.
“It has been an extreme pleasure to work with this talented and dedicated author,” said PublishAmerica Public Relations Director Shawn Street. “For ordering information, please visit www.publishamerica.com.”
PublishAmerica is the home of 50,000 talented authors. PublishAmerica is a traditional publishing company whose primary goal is to encourage and promote the works of new, previously undiscovered writers. Like more mainstream publishers, PublishAmerica pays its authors advances and royalties and makes its books available through all bookstores. PublishAmerica offers a distinctly personal, supportive alternative to vanity presses and less accessible publishers.
Changing The Name Of Dayton Ohio Article
Changing The city name of Dayton Ohio:
Harry Devon Johnson Is writing this for the brief proposal to change the name of the City Of Dayton Ohio, to the city of Devon Ohio - Also To change the park in High-view hills, called Highview Hills Park in Dayton Ohio To Regardless Park.
This Notice also makes it to Dayton Ohio Commissioners. And other high Dayton Figures.
Also In proposal Belief is - HDJ Elementary School - and HDJ High School Also HDJ Career College: Which would be in Dayton Ohio.
(Harry Devon Johnson)
This Press Release is to let the public Know, in this press release and online about these belief of changes:
The city Name Is In Jonathan Dayton's name who owned the land & didn't live in Dayton Ohio and never stepped foot on the land according to Wikipedia:
- Harry Devon Johnson stated that the city would be better off in His name, because he lived there and accomplished things that Jonathan Dayton has. (He feels that he is good cause he is his-self)
He also feel's that it's because of the positive changes, he will em-burst over the city population. And also deals with what he has accomplished in his life.
He wants to make Street Maintenance better - Crime Maintenance better -School Maintenance better. And Structural Maintenance better.
Harry Devon Johnson want's to have Super Arcades Built In downtown Dayton - Harry Devon Johnson Fills that there, need's to be more attractions, for more people to be willing to travel to Dayton Ohio.
This Is Brief Bio:Of Harry Devon Johnson
Harry Devon Johnson is 29 years old, his birth day is 7-9-1983. He was born at Miami Valley Hospital In Dayton Ohio. Harry Devon Johnson, grew up in Trotwood Ohio Suburbs; Summit Square Apartment. Where He went to school @ Olive Hill Elementary : Trotwood Madison School District;Where he first learned his shapes and colors and basic mathematics.
He also Lived in Highview hills where Mayor Rhine McLin, who took office in January of 2002, lived with her family when she was a girl in a McArthur Avenue house at Highview's border. The 53-year-old graduated from Highview Elementary School. According To a Dayton Daily news paper Highview hill's story.
Brief History Of Dayton:
Dayton is situated with-in the Miami Valley region of Ohio just north of the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Metropolitan area. People who have lived in Dayton Ohio, created the first Airplane, also created the first electronic car switch. And have created major hot songs;in the past.
The city was incorporated in 1805 and was named after Jonathan Dayton, who owned the land. Nancy Cartwright is from Dayton Ohio: she plays the voice of Bart Simpson on the cartoon show called the Simpson's. Which was one of Harry Devon's favorite shows,growing up.
The year Of February 25, 2008 - Harry Devon Johnson;Birth Name - accomplished Publishing A book Of Poetry with Publish America. This Book called Reading Virginity 1.1 was Published that year.
Publish America has offered him hundred's of events; even if he didn't except. He states That Publisher America Is no Scam,and that it takes time,concentration and money to succeed,even if it's an advanced fee in millions from A major publisher;This money has to be paid back. For some that thinks that being published is a free ride;when it comes to large amounts of money.
After publishing multiple books with Poetry Anthology's,from starting the year 1998 to this year 2012. One Of these Anthology companies known as International Society Of Poets:
Gained Him Invitations to take a tour of the White House in 2003,And Honorary - Co - Chairman For the RNC. He has paid to have his poetry read and for them to except the awards as in via satellite @ some of these events by International Society Of Poets; unlike some poets, that goes with strictly scams when it comes to paying money;
Harry Devon Johnson States in reality they was supposed to pay for they bills and food and everything else in-between in they life and be independent;before they started calling this companies scams on getting money from the public and charging them for a hotel.
They was only supposed to continue paying and, add high achievements to they life.(18 or older or Parent or Guardian)
That's why some people never go to some events and or pay because they are not ready for the real worlds financial obligations.( In This Way)
Reading Virginity 1.1 : ISBN: 1604748087 Publish America (February 25, 2008)
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: # has made it to the 1.000.000's the year of 2012 from 15 million, and has left the 1.000.000's seller rank and moved up to A lower position to the 5.000.000's area and stayed in the 5 millions for at least three months so far to this date 5-8-2012.
The year of 2011 Publish America (May 2, 2011) Allowed Regardless Devon Victory: Pen name Of Harry Devon Johnson - to Publish an autobiography about his life.
Three years after the first publishing The book was called The Bridge Of Destruction And Terror - A Reflection Of A Human In The World.This book goes into the authors life, more on his feelings about life,than what he went threw. Though It displays some ways he lived and feels.
Publish America wrote him asking him to publish The book about his life. He was plotting on writing another book with them in-between time;though they preferred a biography - I was Happy with the decision - and They had no hate values,between them on which way the second book was released. The ISBN To This book is: 145600736X.
The year of 2003 Harry Devon Johnson was claimed, Honorary - Co - Chairman Of the USA President Dinner. He was head over a census sent to 55,000,000 citizens;threw out the whole world.
Which gave him the written right from; The Republican National committee and the USA House Of representatives to be a member of the USA House Of Representatives. ( They wrote this to Harry And It's true.)
The Links Is the Remarks From The president dinner, that Harry Devon Johnson Served Honorary-co-chairman for. The remarks are in written,video and audio form.
Brief Bio: Harry Devon Johnson went to Ruskin Elementary,Magnet school in Dayton Ohio where he studied Japanese.
He Also went to Stiver's middle school where he took dance class's and went to school with Ericka Neal - Idotha Bootsie Neal's daughter : which was Dayton Ohio, City commissionaire and with Celebrity Toccara Jones - "who" both girls attended school and had a popular aspect. That's How Harry Devon Johnson remembered them by their name popularity only.
He also went to Patterson Career Center with the daughter of the owner of Ruts Beer & Wine Drive Thur,Dayton,Ohio.
Video Albums by Regardless
|2010||Regardless Memoir Songs - Fet. Partwahn Alexis Favorite|
|2011||Video Production Part 1:|
|2012-2013||Video Production Part 2|
|2012||Mr Music Man Feat: Partwahn Alexis Favorite|
|2011||Regardless Devon Music|
|2013||The World Journal Of Regardless|
Video Albums Track Lists & Times
Underground Distortion Series:
Video Production Times and measures ( Part 1)
Gangsta Rap & R&B
- Stay Down:0-4:00
- Real niggas:4:00-7:08
- Call The Cops:7:08 - 11:28
- Boom:11:28 -16:08
- Chasing Dreams:16:08 -20:43
- Playing Tennis Like A Tennis Player:20:44 -24:56
- Suck My Dick:24:57 - 28:53
- Known In The World:28:54 - 32:06
- Wise Or Murder:32:07 - 36:33
- Didn't Go To Church:36:34 - 40:10
- Pussy: 40:11 - 43:52
- Solid Pass:43:53 - 48:42
- Running Shit:48:43 - 53:42
- Take This Back: 53:43 - 55:07
- Calmcolder: 55:08 - 59:02
Video Production 2: Track list:
Gangsta Rap & R&B
- Bricks: From The album Called July 9th 2011
- Devastated - From The Album called chronology in R&B
- Don't Stop From The Album Called - In The Knots With Twists In The Plots Doing Good.
- Don't You Wanna Go -Freestyle To Inst On (July 9th 2011)
- Fuckin-em-Up - From The Album He's A Winner & A Looser
- Holdin On Too
- United Instruments - Inside Of You -Alternative Rock/Pop
- It's Over
- It's You
- Make Me Know
- No Trust - From The Album Called July 9th 2011.
- Out Rage - July 9th 2012
- Point Blank Versatile
- Su*k,F*ck,Muck - Clean Version
- Scum Bag Freestyle - Free'd on the inst scum bag on the album. (July 9th 2011)
- Sex,Deaf and Passion -In The Knots With Twists - In The Plots Doing Good.
- Suck Fuck Muck -Album Version -In The Knots With Twsits - In The Plots Doing Good.
- That Was Wet.
- The Beast - From The Album -In The Knots With Twsits - In The Plots Doing Good.The Victory
- Outro Song inst
Distortion part 1: 78 min 1hour 18 min ( Regardless Devon Music)
Hip Hop,Rap R&B And Gangsta Rap.
- Demand On The Market: The Crimes of Trial And Life(2004)
- Justice Torches: Party Planning Album
- My reasons: He's A Winner And A Looser
- Post Nasal syndrom: The Crimes of Trial And Life
- The legislative: Closed Curtains Open memoirs(2011) ( Not On Video Album)
- Patching Society: The Crimes of Trial And Life
- The Bed Time: Closed Curtains Open memoirs(2011)
- Guides 4 us: He's A Winner And A Looser
- After The Poetry Award show
- Midnight: He's A Winner And A Looser
- Mourn Me forever: Party Planning Album
- Jumping Right: Party Planning Album
- Lay It Down: Party Planning Album
- Now Dance( Galactic Enterprize)
- He's A Winner: He's A Winner And A Looser
- Memoir Clothes: Closed Curtains Open memoirs(2011)
Self Made music label is: Regardless Music L.L.C. Dayton Ohio - Gem city.
Distortion part 2 features 18 songs from R&B Hip Hop,Rap,Gangsta Rap: 74 m - 1 hour 14 m
- Times sections and Paths (The Passion The Heat The Strength 2004)
- Wet Now : The Methods Of Harmony:2012(Metrolyrics.com)
- Close Breeze
- Confessions On The Stand: The Methods Of Harmony:2012 (Metrolyrics.com)
- Deliverence Trust And Conspiracy- the Passion The Heat The Strength V5
- Too National For International
- Pillow talk : The Methods Of Harmony:2012(Metrolyrics.com)(not on this video)
- W.P.D. Wanted Pantie Drawers
- The HArmony:The Methods Of Harmony:2012(not on this video)
- The R&B Agenda: The Methods Of Harmony:2012(not on this video)
- Pass Me The Weed
- Sold To the Instruments
- United NI And FE's:The Methods Of Harmony:2012
- Insolent(not on this video)
- Almost Drunk:the Passion The Heat The StrengthV3
- Printed Pages Unlimited:the Passion The Heat The Strength:v5
- Now Your Gone:the Passion The Heat The Strength
- Open Your Body
Mr Music Man Track Listing:
HipHop,Rap & R&B Gangsta Rap.
- Locked On:1:08 -4:46
- Under Merriam:4:47- 8:41
- Freaking Me:8:42 -12:16
- Jointed:12:17 -16:36
- Our Emotions:16:37 - 21:16
- Jumped Him:21:17 -26:05
- Interchamber:26:06 - 29:52
- The Source:29:52 - 34:20
- Thoughts:34:21 -38:16
- How many Ways:38:17 -42:51
- Police: 42:52 -46:19
- Bring Me The Dope:46:20 -50:43
- Flash base:50:44 - 55:03
- Hidden Rules:55:04 -59:10
- Deaf close:59:11 -63:21\
- Regardless Music Outro: 63-22 - 64:31
The World journal Of Regardless:2013 Double Cd - Plus other files based on his life, and the world journal archive website:
Disc 1 The House Files :
- Back To The Wall
- Posted On The Front Porch
- Words Of Justice
- My Mom Don't care
- With Me
- No Talking
- On The block ( From The House)
- Caught Up @ School
- Trust More Of You
- Buck Teeth
- Over Rated
- My Journal
- Being Made
- Worst Way
- I've Been Good
- Cost Of Joy
- Words To The Wise
- Next Disc Talking Memoir
Disc 2 The Street Files
- -21.Take My Life
- -22.Back To The Wall
- -23.kill A Nigga ( Version Street Files)
- -24.Selling Drugs
- -25.Hanging With Dope Boys
- -26.West Side
- -27.Best Out Here
- -28.Next Mission
- -31.Trash Man
- -33.Strange White Boy
- -35.Break Me Down
- -36.Cost Of My Life
- -37.Hard To Feel
- -38.Where Is My SHIT!
- -39.No Gay Shit
- -40.Toast To The Fintossment
Highview Hills Story
HIGHVIEW HILLS Before Harry Devon Change His Life From Selling:
In The City of Dayton Ohio. Devon was known to some as quiet
- to others as crazy and deranged. Devon stated that in his
mind he was the only criminal.The faucet of the streets,
led him to hanging around dope dealer's and slanging dope
on the streets of Palmerston And Highview hills. And some other
local Areas; Like Five Oaks,The View, Greenwich Village On The
west side of Dayton, the year's of 97 - 98 - 99 - 2000 -
2001 - 2002. High View Hills was a high crime area with
heavy dope activity.
Devon states the cops was always coming threw,Before
Harry Devon Change His Life From Selling: he states that
he remember's being on the block with one of his boys, and
they was communicating with a purchaser - Devon was lanced
off to the side not really paying attention - until his
boy yelled out five - o - and they both started running and
running until they made it behind some apartments on
Keturah Avenue Dayton Ohio.
The cops new who they were, they had came threw undercover
with marked flash money. Devon states that's one of the
many, many drug related crimes which led to one of his
boys house being boarded up and shut done on dope charges.
He also states he never really sold drugs. He states he
just knew a-lot of dope boys - he like to call it; Dope
boys from all kinds of neighborhoods,In Dayton &
Below is some news articles about High
view hills sponsored by Dayton Daily News.
Below is some news briefings, related to The hood Harry Devon Johnson is from:
Suspects may face U.S. charges
Both men arrested in Highview Hills shootings have felony records BYLINE: Kelli Wynn kwynn@DaytonDailyNews.com DATE: April 20, 2005 PUBLICATION: Dayton Daily News (OH) SECTION: Local PAGE: B1
DAYTON � Police are seeking federal charges against two Dayton men arrested after Monday's shooting in the Highview Hills neighborhood that left several houses riddled with bullets and residents ducking for cover. "They were shooting at no one in particular," Lt. John Huber said Tuesday. The men, ages 19 and 24, were taken to the Montgomery County Jail pending the filing of felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon, having weapons under disability from a previous conviction, possession of criminal tools and drug possession, police said. Both men, convicted felons, were wearing bullet-proof vests and were carrying firearms, Huber said. According to Ohio law, no one under indictment, charged or convicted of a felony that involves trafficking in drugs or similarly charged with a misdemeanor offense of violence or negligent assault can own a handgun, according to Attorney General Jim Petro's Office.
Police arrested the 19-year-old about 7:05 p.m. in the 800 block of Conners Street after a brief foot chase. He matched the description of the Highview Hills shooter, and police spotted him on Bancroft Street as the passenger on an all-terrain vehicle. It nearly wrecked and that's when the man got off and ran. The person driving the ATV eluded police. The 19-year-old had a High Point .45-caliber handgun in his pocket, nine rounds in the magazine and a round in the chamber, according to a police report.
Officers also found 9.61 grams of crack cocaine in his rear pants pocket. The 24-year-old was arrested in the 3000 block of Nicholas Road about 40 minutes after the first man, the report said. He had a semiautomatic pistol with a 30-round clip and a flash suppressor that fits over the muzzle to hide the flash that is seen when the weapon is fired, Huber said.
The bullets used are playing a role in the decision by police to pursue federal charges because the bullets would have to have been obtained out of state, Huber said. Since January, Dayton police have arrested as many as 82 adults and nine juveniles on charges of carrying concealed firearms, Huber said.The police department's Third District, which is where Highview Hills is, has arrested approximately 20 adults for the felony charge.
Police have not determined the reason for the shooting in Highview Hills, Huber said. Police dispatchers began receiving phone calls at 6:30 p.m. about shots being fired. Most of the calls came from homes in the 3500, 3800, and 3900 blocks of Palmerston Avenue.
Some of the callers told police the shooters were firing weapons while riding on "four-wheelers and mopeds." Police received at least six calls about shots being fired in the 3800 block of Palmerston and at least two houses on the block were hit by bullets. Police found five bullet holes in the east side of one of the houses and a bullet lodged inside a plastic grip handlebar of a girl's bicycle outside another house. According to the police report, the resident of the home told police "she heard the shots and began to fall on the floor, protecting her young child."
A bullet that went through the living room of a house in the 3800 block of Palmerston came to rest inside a curio cabinet, the report said. One of the residents in that home dropped to the floor and crawled to a back room for safety, the report said. Police found approximately 34 bullet casings and bullets in the street, sidewalk and the grass, the report said. Most of the casings were found in between 3813 and 3821 Palmerston.
Shots were also heard in the 2900 block of Marsha Lane, the 2900 block of Millicent Avenue, and the 2000 block of Nicholas Road. At least one house was hit by a bullet in the 3000 block of Nicholas, the 1500 block of Almore Street, the 3800 block of Alvin Avenue and the 2900 block of Wilson Avenue.
Contact Kelli Wynn at 225-2414. Copyright, 2005, Cox Ohio Publishing. All rights reserved.
NEIGHBORS COULD HEAR BEATING
DAYTON MAN ON TRIAL IN WOMAN'S DEATH BYLINE: Rob Modic STAFF WRITER DATE: June 25, 1991 PUBLICATION: Dayton Daily News (OH) EDITION: CITY SECTION: NEWS PAGE: 1A
Neighbors on Highview Hills Road first thought the commotion at Diane Barber's home just before midnight on Feb. 6 was a domestic squabble. They quickly realized they were wrong. Bloodied and beaten, Diane Barber had had her clothes torn off. One neighbor said he saw the 29-year-old mother dragged back through a glass window she had been thrust partially through. Then she darted out her kitchen door to escape the five armed intruders who had burst into her home. "And as she ran, this defendant," assistant prosecutor Angela Frydman said as she pointed at Derrick Lamont Culpepper, "raised his rifle and shot her in the back."
Barber died on the front steps of her neighbors' home at 2614 Highview Hills Road. Deputy coroner Dr. David Smith testified in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on Monday that a single bullet struck Barber's back, nicked a lung and pierced her heart. Culpepper, 19, remaining impassive in court, asked Judge Richard S. Dodge to hear the case without a jury. If convicted of the most serious charge, aggravated murder, Culpepper could be sentenced to life in prison.
As she lay dying on David L. "Bobby" Taylor's doorstep, Taylor said he opened his door and saw her. Taylor, his brother, Claude, and several others were in the house and had heard the noise at Barber's.
"Me and my brother thought her and her boyfriend was into it," Claude Taylor said, "so we didn't want to get involved." Bobby Taylor said he heard a window crash, and the brothers opened their door facing the other home, about 15 feet away. "We seen a person in the window - we seen a person more or less snatched back inside," Claude said. The two homes stand by themselves on that part of the street.
After seeing somebody flee from the house, the brothers said they decided to run down the road to the home of Barber's mother, Lula Barber, where they knew there was a phone.
"Somebody out there was groaning," Bobby said. Bobby said he opened the door and saw Barber, in her muddied socks, lying on the sidewalk. "Her clothes was tore off her," Bobby said, adding that he picked her up, wrapped a sheet around her and laid her on his couch inside. "Did you ask her anything?" asked Mathias Heck Jr., assistant prosecutor. "I asked, 'Who did it?' She wasn't able to say nothing." Culpepper, of 1046 Robeson Place, is the first of five defendants scheduled to be tried in Barber's Feb. 6 slaying and more than 100 other charges over a two-week crime spree.
Culpepper is accused of being the trigger man in the group's only killing. He is charged with aggravated murder, aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and kidnapping.
Frydman said the five broke into Barber's home and dragged her 5-year-old daughter from a bedroom. A gun was placed to her head before her mother turned over her wallet. It contained $5. Then they beat Barber.
Heck has called the defendants' acts "one of the most vicious, brutal crime sprees that I've ever seen." Culpepper was involved only in the incident at Barber's home, Heck said.
The others facing charges in separate trials to be held later are James Lee Moorehead, 21, of 815 Frizell Ave.; Dewayne Marable, 18, of 3442 Lakebend Drive; James Marcus Herring, 20, of 816 Euclid Ave.; and a juvenile who is being held in juvenile court while he is being considered for transfer to the adult criminal justice system. Copyright, 1991, Cox Ohio Publishing. All rights reserved.
A HOUSE DEMOLISHED
- A three-year dispute between the city and property owners goes to trial
BYLINE: Wes Hills Dayton Daily News DATE: April 8, 1998 PUBLICATION: Dayton Daily News (OH) EDITION: CITY SECTION: NEWS PAGE: 1A
Sylvia McAlpine recalls a strange phone call from a neighbor next to the home she was renovating at 3511 Highview Hills Road. "The neighbor said she wanted to buy the lot," said McAlpine's attorney, Mary K.C. Soter. "Well," McAlpine replied, "we're not going to sell the lot without the house." "What do you mean?' the neighbor responded. "There is no house." That's how, how John and Sylvia McAlpine discovered a city of Dayton demolition crew had torn down their home, Soter said. "Isn't that terrible?" Soter asked. Just how terrible will be the subject of a trial Monday before Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary E. Donovan. In recent settlement talks, Soter insists the McAlpines' damages are $90,000 while the city's last offer was $27,000, according to court records.
Patrick J. Bonfield, the city's chief trial counsel, could not be reached for comment. While denying wrongdoing, the city has argued that it is immune from such lawsuits and insists the property posed a danger. But Donovan ruled in October that the McAlpines had a right to a hearing before the home was demolished in July 1995. Donovan ruled that one issue at trial will be whether the city needed to destroy the McAlpines' home to abate any nuisance or danger it posed.
Soter said she showed city officials photos of other neighborhood homes that "looked like shanties" to point out they were in worse condition than the McAlpine's home. The city tore down those homes as well, she said. At the time, Soter said the McAlpines had 17 properties in the city and had been active since the 1970s buying, restoring and selling homes. She noted the McAlpines, who paid $9,500 for the home, had already invested time and money in it, including $1,500 for drywall, painting and installing windowpanes and $616 for plumbing.
Soter said the city is unwilling to give credit for the months of work the McAlpines and their children put into the home. Soter said the McAlpines were out of town at a funeral when the city sent out its notice declaring the home a nuisance. That notice, she said, remained unclaimed in the city's files.
Prior to the demolition, Soter said the city issued the McAlpines an electrical permit to replace a cable. And in June 1995, a month before demolition, a city structural inspector noted, "Final O.K." on the structural permit. "They had the place inspected and it was structurally sound," she said. Since the demolition, Soter said, the McAlpines have refused to buy and restore another city home.
- CONTACT Wes Hills at 225-2261 or e-mail her at email@example.com
Copyright, 1998, Cox Ohio Publishing. All rights reserved.
John and Sylvia McAlpine at the site where their house was demolished by the city. PHOTO CREDIT: TY GREENLEES/DAYTON DAILY NEWS
MAN SHOT WHILE CHANGING WOMAN'S TIRE
Bullet casings,litter Highview Hills street
BYLINE:Shannon Joyce Neal Dayton Daily News DATE: February 9, 2003 PUBLICATION: Dayton Daily News (OH) EDITION: CITY SECTION: LOCAL PAGE: B1
DAYTON - A man was shot Saturday as he helped a woman change a flat tire in Dayton's Highview Hills neighborhood, police said. Dayton police responded to reports of eight people involved in a shootout in the driveway of a house at 2818 Louella Ave. at 12:37 p.m., Lt. Robert Mannix said. Witnesses saw a car pull up to the man changing the tire and someone inside start shooting, Mannix said. Officers had little information on the car or the people inside.
The gunmen fled before officers arrived.
The woman took the victim, who was not identified, to an area hospital, where he was listed in critical condition. No one else was injured, Mannix said.
The shooting raked more than a dozen bullet holes across the house at 2818 Louella, and left a trail of evidence that extended two houses down. Officers marked 26 pieces of evidence at the scene, including bullet casings.
Several bullet holes also marked the back wall of a house on Millicent Avenue, directly behind 2818 Louella. Police tape blocked off three houses on Louella and parts of front yards across the street. Police extended the crime scene north as officers discovered more bullet casings, some resting under patrol cruisers.
The woman's car remained in the driveway, still resting on the jack with the tire beside it. Contact Staff Writer Shannon Joyce Neal at 225-2436 or SJNeal@coxohio.com Copyright, 2003, Cox Ohio Publishing. All rights reserved.
===== FAMILY MOURNING MURDER VICTIM TRY TO MAKE SENSE OF SENSELESS CRIME =====
BYLINE: Afi-Odelia E. Scruggs STAFF WRITER DATE: February 8, 1991 PUBLICATION: Dayton Daily News (OH) EDITION: CITY
SECTION: NEWS PAGE: 6C
Her relatives could not ease the emptiness in Annie Die's heart.
Her sister, Diane Barber, was shot and killed early Thursday morning. The family gathered Thursday night at Barber's house at 3612 Highview Hills Road, trying to make sense of the tragedy. "It's a total shock," Die said, looking at the floor.
An assailant kicked open the door to Barber's one-story white frame house and shot her around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to the crime report.
After she was shot, Barber crossed the yard to a neighbor's house and asked for help. Barber died on a small lounger in her neighbor's living room.
The neighbor, who didn't want to comment Thursday, told the family of the death.
Police believe robbery was the motive for the slaying. But Die said the house seemed untouched.
"On the news they said it was burglary, but we haven't seen anything missing, nothing had been ransacked," she said hoarsely.
The Barbers were a large family - Diane was the eighth of 11 children - and were well known in the neighborhood.
Don Gephardt, owner of Gephardt's Grocery, said the family settled in the area during the late 1950s. Diane grew up in the community, he said, and attended a neighborhood school.
"She felt at home around here," Gephardt said. "She was born and raised here and didn't fear anyone."
Barber's house was right behind Gephardt's store. For four years, until 1989, she crossed the yard to work there. Gephardt said she was one of his best cashiers.
"She was a sweet person, a very pretty girl. You couldn't help but like Diane."
But she'd had tragedy in her life. Her son died two years ago. She's left behind a 5-year-old daughter named Dominique, Gephardt said.
The little girl was in the house when her mother was shot.
Copyright, 1991, Cox Ohio Publishing. All rights reserved.
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POLICE NEED CLUES IN WOMAN'S DEATH
DATE: July 13, 1994
PUBLICATION: Dayton Daily News (OH) EDITION: SOUTHWEST
SECTION: NEIGHBORS PAGE: Z2-4
COLUMN: CRIME STOPPERS
MEMO: ANYONE with information about these cases or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 222-STOP (222-7867) locally, or toll-free 1-800-637-5735 if calling long-distance.
This weekly series is prepared by Crime Stoppers Inc. in cooperation with area law-enforcement agencies in an effort to solve crimes. This week's featured crime follows:
Dayton police are asking for help in their investigation of the gunshot death of Norma Barber, whose body was found the afternoon of June 25 on Vance Road just north of the landfill. Ms. Barber was last seen alive about 4:30 a.m. that day in the Highview Hills area.
Ms. Barber was seen getting into a car with two white men known to frequent the Highview Hills area and who allegedly have been seen purchasing drugs in the past. The suspects' vehicle was a white, or light-colored, four-door, older car, possibly a Ford Escort. The car had a loud exhaust system and a standard shift. It had a dark blue stripe along the bottom.
The first suspect was described as in his late 20s to late 30s, 5 feet 11 inches to 6 feet tall and weighing 180 to 190 pounds. He had a muscular build, light-colored eyes, blond hair and a mustache.
The second suspect was in his mid-30s to early 40s, approximately 6 feet tall, weighing 150 pounds and had a thin build, light brown hair, a mustache and goatee. He usually wore a black baseball cap.
The two men were often seen in a dark blue Ford truck, built around 1980, with chrome handrails on the bed. The paint on the truck appeared new.
CHARLES A. SMILEY, 59, PROMINENT LAWYER, DIES
BYLINE: Rob Modic and Wes Hills Dayton Daily News DATE: December 17, 2002
PUBLICATION: Dayton Daily News (OH) EDITION: CITY
SECTION: NEWS PAGE: 1A
Charles A. Smiley Jr., one of Dayton's most prominent attorneys during the past decade, died at his home Sunday, apparently of a heart attack. He was 59.
Mr. Smiley's 35-year legal career spanned the breadth of law. He ascended in corporate legal affairs in New York to become the first black vice president at ABC Sports in the 1970s. He moved to Hollywood, where as a personal manager, he hobnobbed with some of the nation's foremost celebrities. He returned to Dayton to start a general practice that gravitated to criminal defense, where he established a reputation as a vigorous and thoughtful advocate for some of the area's most notorious defendants.
Mr. Smiley was so persuasive, genuine and sincere that in 1999 a jury gave him the unheard of recognition of a standing ovation after it had convicted his client.
"He will definitely be a loss to the legal profession," Montgomery County Prosecutor Mathias H. Heck Jr. said. "He brought a wealth of experiences from different walks of life that really helped him represent his clients. From high-income sports and entertainment people to people without any income who couldn't afford an attorney. I liked him. I really liked him. I respected him. He was always a gentleman."
Mr. Smiley was born in Dayton, Jan. 20, 1943. He attended Roosevelt High School where he ran track and played football and tennis and graduated with honors in 1960. Four years later, he graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in bio-chemistry and an intention to enroll in medicine at Columbia University in New York.
But his money ran out. So, he took a job at a New York pharmaceutical company. After a year, he entered Brooklyn Law School at night while working as a salesman in Harlem and supporting a wife and son. Later, he switched full time to law studies.
In 1968, Mr. Smiley graduated from law school and went to work for Procter & Gamble Co. in Cincinnati. During two years on one of P&G's divisional management teams, Mr. Smiley became fascinated with advertising and took a job with CBS in New York, working in the contracts and rights section. There he was assigned to work with the New York Yankees, which CBS owned. Mr. Smiley said his objective at that time was keeping the Yankees from moving to New Jersey, and his last act was to close the deal on a new lease at Yankee Stadium.
In April 1973, Mr. Smiley moved to ABC Sports, rising to vice president of business and legal affairs. He worked on the 1976 Montreal Olympics and was involved with the contracts of Howard Cosell, Jim Mckay and Al Michaels.
After leaving ABC, Mr. Smiley managed the careers of such entertainers as The Commodores, Natalie Cole and Jayne Kennedy.
Before it was all over, he would become president of Richard Pryor's Indigo Productions, which ended abruptly when Pryor shut the company after 18 months.
`An excellent attorney who fought hard'
U.S. District Chief Judge Walter H. Rice recalled Mr. Smiley as `the kind of person you see coming down the street, and you start smiling in advance.'
`He was an incredibly nice person,' Rice said. `He was, I thought, an excellent attorney who fought hard and well and honorably for his clients. He had a tremendous amount of integrity, and he was just an excellent representative of our profession in every way.'
Actors and singers aren't so different from felons when it comes to emotional needs, Mr. Smiley said in a 1997 interview.
"Entertainers like to think you're working 100 percent of the time to make them a star," he said. "A person accused of a crime wants to think you're working 100 percent on the case to show his innocence."
Shortly after Mr. Smiley returned to Dayton in 1990, a state appeals court overturned a man's conviction for theft of a cell phone based upon his discovery that one juror had concealed a criminal record from attorneys and the judge. Mr. Smiley's client had been serving a 6- to 25-year sentence.
In 1993, he represented opponents of a landfill proposed for Dayton, and he made headlines in 1997 when he was appointed to represent white supremacist Morris L. Gulett on charges that included assaulting a peace officer.
County Common Pleas Judge David A. Gowdown, who presided over Gulett's case, said Mr. Smiley's demeanor and his reputation commanded great respect from the most unruly defendants. He was the "go-to" guy when judges needed an attorney who could reach clients for the clients' best interests.
Gulett ended up pleading guilty to a reduced charge negotiated by Mr. Smiley, and was released after serving only the time he had spent in jail, about a year, awaiting trial. He had faced more than 10 years when he was arrested.
But a highlight of Mr. Smiley's criminal law career came in 1999 when he represented businessman Cedric Powell, charged with the rape, kidnap and torture of a 15-year-old girl in a back room of his store. Powell's retained attorney became a witness at the trial and Common Pleas Judge Dennis J. Langer summoned Mr. Smiley.
At the end of an eight-day trial, Mr. Smiley presented a riveting, hourlong summation, sometimes leaning far into the jury box to gaze deeply into jurors' eyes. He could not overcome the evidence, but after the conviction, Mr. Smiley was stunned when the jury stood and applauded, asking for his business card to pass to relatives and friends.
"He took that 'Thank you' from the jury much more than any case he could have won," said attorney Jeffrey Rezabek, hired by Mr. Smiley in 1998.
Procter & Gamble stint opened his eyes
Mr. Smiley grew up with his parents on Lakeview Avenue. His mother taught at Highview Elementary School, and his father was a branch manager at the former Defense Electronics Supply Center in Kettering.
It was during his time with P&G when he developed a fascination with entertainment.
"My eyes were opened up," Mr. Smiley said. "P&G spawned soap opera, and in 1969 there was a TV show called Julia starring Diahann Carroll. It was the first time a black person had starred in a prime-time TV show.
"I saw blacks coming to the forefront. I wanted to get into entertainment. I wanted to be a personal manager."
That's when he quit P&G and joined CBS in New York. Mr. Smiley later moved to ABC's Los Angeles office to negotiate TV and movie rights, packaging such blockbusters as East of Eden and The Day After. He recalled that his days managing celebrities found him being father, mother and analyst to his clients and their spouses, doing everything from booking their acts to listening to their problems.
"When you're in the entertainment industry, you're focusing not only on the business things but you have to deal with the divorces and the bankruptcies," he said in the 1997 interview.
After a divorce and a brief return to personal management, Mr. Smiley's career veered in a new direction. With his two children grown, he remarried and returned to Dayton with his wife, Bettina, and their young son in 1990. Bettina had worked for Capitol Records in Germany, where they met.
"We decided we really didn't want to raise a child in L.A.," he said. "We wanted to get out of the rat race, and she wanted to get out of the earthquake zone. I decided to come home."
Mr. Smiley eased into criminal law taking a lot of work assigned by the court, getting some high-profile murder cases, which he once described as odd for him. "Prior to coming to Dayton, I had never been in a courtroom except as a witness," he said.
Judge Jeffrey E. Froelich, administrative judge of the county Common Pleas Court, said, "Chuck was always a strong advocate for his client and often would take clients no one else would touch. He would do an outstanding job for his clients.'
Survivors include Bettina in Harrison Twp. and five children, Charles III, an attorney in California; Brooke in South Carolina; Kier, 13; Alexander, 10; and Katarina, 8.
Funeral arrangements at Christian Life Center are pending.
Contact Wes Hills at 225-2261 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Rob Modic at 225-2282 or email@example.com
Copyright, 2002, Cox Ohio Publishing. All rights reserved.
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