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"andrew corner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:54 min | Last month

"andrew corner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Back to the Charlie Kirk Show. So, Alex, I grew up in a conservative movement where there was a book written by a certain New Yorker reporter called Dark Money. They were really worried about corporate influence and rich people having too much sort of sway over American politics. Remember the demonization of the Koch brothers and all of that? What you're articulating here is far more sophisticated. Way more ambitious, not even close to trying to pander and quite honestly. In some way, bizarrely ideological. It's almost like What is her agenda? It might be to keep the Chinese interests but It's almost as if I don't care if I lose money. As long as I more people believe what I want them to believe you've identified. One of the main themes that is that comes through throughout the book is For these newsrooms. They're all part of these conglomerates that are so big. The goal is not to make money. The goal is to protect The bigger interests of the corporations that they're part of. NBC News takes a little hit Who cares? NBC is part of NBC, Comcast Universal so long as they're not messing up the business interests in China. Is that's one major newsroom that is not going to look deep into China than universal Pictures, which opens up fast and furious coming, right, John Cena that isn't it weird Now how we're in the age where the most muscle bound guys are the biggest weenies. It's so odd. There's nothing but lift iron over his head for a living, get hit over the head with a folding chair. And is the biggest weakness. Is the what a weekly. I mean, I could just play that video on a loop. I don't know if you guys saw that, But he said something I think he called Taiwan. It's a country which it is. I think it was even less, he said. They were like a people or anything. You're probably it was so it was so vanilla and he went in his long apology in Mandarin, saying, How dare Called Taiwan a country and if you know your Chinese politics, you're not allowed to even say anything slightly positive about Taiwan, by the way that's going to be the new frontier is Taiwan Taiwanese sovereignty that's going to be a huge issue, but that's a different issue for different and Johnson is so brave, so brave instead immediately. Bend over for the Chinese. Unbelievable. But, Alex, I want you to unpack this how they're how the the journalists of our country, the profit mode on the profit motive and the desire to be famous motive. You drive really good journalism in our country, So it used to be newsrooms that were like you know what? I want to get the story before The Washington Post. I want to get the story before The New York Times. I want to get the story before ABC News. I want to get the story before NBC News. And you, we actually saw some form and you've all seen the movie all the president's men. When Woodward and Bronze Bernstein, Bernstein and Woodward they still go on television, they haven't done it. Honest, slick of anything for the country since Nixon and they just rode that forever, right where they believed what some would have considered a conspiracy theory at the time, and all the institutional papers were like, you know what? We're not going to run the story? Sure, and The Washington Post, I believe is The Washington Post. Was actually a little bit more of a fledgling paper at the time. They were not a top to your paper, but they're like, you know what if we stand by our reporters, and we're right, we will now be a top to your paper, and it changed their subscriber base forever. What you're saying Alex is there no longer driven by the grittiness of wood, Woodward and Bernstein. They're now driven by an ideological agenda. They are absolutely and the decisions in terms of what's the best for the bottom line or not just taking place with these people you see, popping up on Twitter and on cable news. They're they're the boardrooms and the boardrooms are going to make sure the interests are protected. CNN's part of a T and T Time Warner, You know you've got I mentioned ABC and NBC and all of these places just huge conglomerates that are part of it. The Atlantic is one small piece of Lauren Powell jobs as portfolio. But to your point, Charlie, this is where Breitbart we got We got our start with two major stories and both of them, the media told us we could not report the first was the acorn scoop with James O'Keefe, that men you guys probably member. And if you don't You should look it up. You should read in your Breitbart book. By the way, you can read mine first, just for now, just for now and then his book righteous indignation, which is a must read and a little shorter than mine. So you can get to that one quick but brilliant book, and he breaks it down what he did. But James O'Keefe comes into Andrew's office and I was just junior junior junior assistant at the time, literally working in Andrew's basement. And he says, I've got these tapes of this group ACORN, the Association for Community Organizing and Reform now. And I went around and impersonated a prostitute and pimp James O'Keefe was the pimp this, uh, woman named Hannah Giles with the prostitute and acorn in every case, but one would help them launder money to start a Child sex trafficking business in order to on film. He hit a button camera in his button in order to a pad the campaign coffers for James's alleged budding political career every acorn office but one gets a lot of government. Funding and they were going to be linked to the census. This is right before 2010. They were going to be in charge of taking the census in certain areas. Um, and when the story came out, everyone said it was fake news that it's not true. And Andrew Breitbart was a liar. And Andrew Breitbart was deceptively editing the tapes and James O'Keefe wasn't a real journalist. And when the dust settled, Andrew James, of course, had the last laugh. But even people in Andrew's corner even Andrew's friends were doubting his strategy. And what he did is he originated the drip drip drip method. Where you first Bait the media by putting out one piece of evidence, and then the media will announce the evidence is fake. And then you drop the second piece of evidence. And they say, Well, that's fake to and then the third piece and it goes on, and they all humiliate themselves, and it was unbelievable to watch it play out in real time, which I got to do. The next one was the Anthony Weiner story, which was just just the thrill of a lifetime for me to be a part of this. I mean, the story was unbelievable. And Weiner really hurt himself and I forget if I wrote about this in the book as I think I touch on it briefly, But this was my first time that I really had a major say in one of our major decisions because Weiner tweeted a picture of his Right? And and and and just unbelievably fortunate for those of us who who, like the theater of politics, and and But the trick is is that we've never done a sex scandal before Breitbart and we still haven't We don't intend to do them. Um, but he had said that he had been hacked. And then we had a hacking story. So we've got the report. Let's just report he says he was hacked and we'll go with the hacking angle, which was which was which was my suggestion which Andrew took and the whole time we were told they were fake stories..

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"andrew corner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The New York News before. It's news. Mark Simone on 7 10 w O R. Hey, let's take some calls. 803 2107 tennis and I must go to Mara, who's calling from Nevada. Mara. How you doing? Mark? How are you? Good I'm calling is read the Columbus Cup. I see the body camp of the girl ready to stab the other one. I see this huge. You know what? I don't see the near victim saying Oh, thank you Also say you saved my life. I don't see anyone. The crowd out. Thank you saved the life, you would have been stamped to death with the rest of that body cam film. And why did they call the cops? They were afraid of the cops. They want to defund the cup. Don't call the cops. All right, Mara. Thanks for calling. You know the there were other people around. It was a neighbor right next story, And in fact, he had surveillance. Forget a surveillance camera in his garage. He captured the whole thing. So, But he said the cop was a hero. He was so amazed at how Quickly. The cop responded. Stop that woman from stabbing the other woman and saved our life. Let's go to Mike and Suffolk County. Hey, Mike. Yeah. Hey, Marco, will you good? I'm a little off today. I was up all night working until yeah, I was worried about greenhouse gas, so I didn't sleep greenhouse gas emissions. That's a big issue with a lot of people. No, Listen, this disc or more character. I worked for the state and he made us take this hour long sexual harassment course every year. Well, a guy like you, you know? Can you blame him? Right, right. But if he took his own course he would know. That he is in violation of the guidelines. Just when the pictures I've seen just from what's been said he wouldn't know. Good point. It's true. All right. Thanks for calling Joe Barton do you ever have to take? We have to take this thing every year. It's a sexual harassment. You have to go online. You do this online. It's mandatory. You never do it. Then you start getting these emails. That's mandatory. You're two days late. Get it done. So you go on and to watch a video. And it's the worst video in the world and you have to keep clicking. You know you're doing something else you like emailing or doing something else while the videos playing, But every so often, it says, Answer yes or no? Was Joe, right or wrong, And then you forget what the question was, and it's always the stupid videos. Where the guy says yes, you can leave early. If you have sex with me right now, And then it says Is Joe doing something inappropriate? Yes or no? But you do have to take this. And obviously, Cuomo would know that everything he was doing was wrong, But these guys can't help themselves. I'm reading about this producer Scott Rudin. Who He asked the assistant to get him on a flight. The flight was all booked up, she says. All booked up. I can't get your seat. So he took the community of the computer monitor smashed it down on her hand. It's smashed your hand up the glass. Everything went flying metal crunching, people said it sounds like a car crash. He was rushed to the emergency room. Uh, I watched this training thing and, uh, even if I did, I think I would know you're not supposed to do that. And then here's another way through the baked potato at somebody's head and hit him. But apparently a lot of people who have been rushed to emergency rooms because of this Scott Wood and, uh, e came into the emergency. I would think they'd have to call the police. If you will have this computer monitor. Crush your hand. My boss, pick it up and smashed it down on my hand, and apparently he makes these people he after they go to the emergency room, he calls his lawyers. His lawyers show up and get everybody paid off sign non disclosure agreements. He's kind of admitting to all of this. Let's go to Wolfgang in Hudson County. Hey, Wolfgang. I'm art. Yes, that Yes, There is an interest once you clear your throat before you call this anyway, Go ahead. I'm sorry. Uninterested in conservative British journalist by the name of Heard in on Mount and he coined a term a symmetry of indulgence. And, he says, when a black cops kills anybody, that's not a problem when the victim is white or Mexican, like the 13 year old Chicago kid, That's not a problem. It's only a problem when a white cop kills Black suspect. Well, yeah, I mean, the whole thing is just under control. As far as the people profiteering off this, the media thinking this is going to somehow help Democrats, the Democrats thinking that helps them They like having everybody being afraid of everything that it's it's just the way you remember. Remember Joe Biden ran unity. I'll bring us together Ever since he got in the office, mass shootings, a racial incidents protest every it bring us together. This is the most divisive president ever and the systemic races again. Uh, there's so far this year. 213 Times Police have shot a civilian 213 times. 30 Times was a black person's mostly white people that is shot by the police. They will talk about this later this some people now saying they should stop doing traffic stops that a lot of these incidents. It's a traffic stuff, but we'll talk about that little. Let's go toe Tom and Queens. Tom, how you doing? Hey, Mom. Good morning, Mr I kind of with you. I'm kind of with Joe with about homo getting off on this. You know this whole scenario. Especially after what he did with the Moreland Commission, and that I wanted to ask you. What's your take on the tissue James going after him in the investigation? Do you think she's going to run for governor? Of course, she's gonna run for governor Bet. Thanks for calling. It's a good question. Of course, she's gonna run for God Remember, she was like, Oh, she like a city councilman. Next thing you know, should public advocate Next thing I know, she's attorney General. This is a rising star, whether she deserves it or not, But remember, it's a long tradition. In New York state for the attorney general to go after the governor. That's how they knock Spitzer out. It happens all the time. Cuomo was attorney general man going after the governor and nobody deserves this more than Andrew Corner time for one more. Call us Go to Robin. Long Island. Hey, Rob. Yeah, a market, Joe. Hi, just doing today. So the Democrats are going to push and push and push..

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"andrew corner" Discussed on Eclosion

Eclosion

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on Eclosion

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"andrew corner" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"andrew corner" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"A new acting secretary will them want to bring his own people in and so you have this constant turning personnel in the question of which direction, they need to go. So I think it's not a healthy to continue to have this. I hope the new acting secretary will be confirmed as the secretary of defense. So we establish his his own staff and personnel and, and consultants helping Nick navigate his way through. But in terms of whether we're still prepared to conduct our security affairs. You've got the chairman of the joint cheese on chairman Dunford, who is Heidi highly respected. I think that secretary Pompeii was trying to walk this issue back somewhat, and we've been down this road before you may recall with North Korea. The president was threatening fire and fury. And then he ended up having love letters being exchanged, but you had secretary Mattis, there is sort of a counselor and you don't have a secretary Mattis, there at this particular point. So that's, that's a concern that, that you hit on something that I've been looking at. I mean today, you had the secretary of state at Centcom, I don't think I've ever seen the secretary of state give answering questions outside Centcom in the midst of escalating military tensions. What did you think of that? I'm not sure I've ever seen it either. But I can tell you that secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, and I worked very closely together. And it's really important that state and defense, be on the same page, as far as whether we're going to war, what the message is going to be trying to walk it back, and one of the problems is that the president has been conducting what I call megaphone diplomacy, and the problem with that is that you keep using that megaphone you back yourself into a corner and the other adversary, Andrew corner. It makes it very hard to come back to the center of the ring when you try to resolve it peacefully. So I don't think it's a healthy process to keep using that diplomacy. I think the secretary Pompeo is trying to be helpful, just as sector, Rex Tillerson was, and also Jim Mattis, I think there's some element is trying to hold him back as far as defense and state at concern, whether that's coming out of the White House, not with John Bolton. And one of the president really is encouraged them to increase the rhetoric remains an issue for me. But doesn't isn't there a kind of internal logic to this kind of esscalation. I mean what you just say. About sort of trapping yourself and your adversary, as well in this cycle, it does seem to me. There's obviously a kind of inertial push towards some kind of military confrontations very clear. One of the problems is the president said, just give me a call. We can resolve this and back down. Once you get me a call. And of course, the Iranians going to say, wait a minute. I'm not calling you, you one who's escalating. So who's going to save face here, does it present really wanna push this to the next step? And here's another issue. If you have plan, a, which means we're going to get out of the agreement, we're going to intensify sanctions until they break, then what is plan b when they don't break is the only option left to continue to increase sanctions. When you may not have the support of all the allies, you've been insulting over the years, who want to do business with Iran or do then have a military option. And you go back and say in return for what you've done in the Gulf. We're going to do the following to some of your ships or to you naval assets. That's the problem right now where the..

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"andrew corner" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Do it that line open. Eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three let me go to Andrew corners from Ohio handrail. Good. Been a member for a year. The. Appreciate everything you've done. Thank you. In Columbus, Ohio everywhere. I drive I'm a real estate appraiser everywhere. I drive there's like foul. Of apartments being built. Yes here too. And I'm just a I wonder if your calculations as to. Roklin tool. Includes apartments, or is that a commercial thing. No, no. As I as I mentioned, the when I when I gave the numbers out this morning. I was talking about that single family homes were actually negative. And multifamily including apartments was what was driving the number for what it's worth it. Wasn't that? Great. But it was worth what's driving? The number was multifamily housing the same exact situation right here. And I guarantee you there's going to be a vacancy crisis in the next probably about three years from now. Yeah. The thing is is that they're building with the tax abatements and. I believe you're correct on your calculation that like in downtown Cuomo. They built we're all tax debated and those ten years are coming up and. Who knows what's going to happen? I will tell you this. Single family appraiser. Have you? That's good. That's good. That's good to hear you know, here in Columbus. That's very is still a pretty strong growing area college down. I'm sure that helps but. Everybody. I talked to that is in single family housing builders. Remodelers contractors that are hitching contractor, so and so forth. They're all busier than they know what to do with. I mean, they just can't even they can't even handle how busy they are. So I don't know. I mean, I know this from buddy. I tried to do our shower. And I can't get anybody. I know. Yeah. That's the way. It's crazy crazy. So. You know, 'cause I know what my work. You've messed up. Well, you know, the thing is we're we're we're watching government numbers. And you know, I don't want to sound cynical, and I don't want to spiracy theory guy. But nonetheless, we've got a situation where. You know, the the. You know, the the mantra of the day of the times that we live in is to be negative with with with a number. And we've we see so much of this mainstream media driving so much, and I don't want to think about that that could be a possibility but nonetheless. You know negativity is is what? Venturi trick into the mentality of the buying public in the consumers and some of that has already started to have. Yup. I just want to add when I went to college in. Seven and my roommate was from Pittsburgh. And you remind me so much. Yeah. Well, you know, what I have now from the east I'm from the east. I'm from the Philadelphia area. It's okay. I get that all the time. I get you know, people are I think attitude wise were very similar, but they say some words that sound a little different. Yeah. He won't talk to me. That makes sure I just wanna say God bless President Trump. Amen, brother. Thank you for that. God bless we'll see it. Eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three. Let me go to Ken Ken on us from Indiana. Hey, ken. Hey, good morning. Thanks for taking my call. Dan. Sure. Hey. A sixty eight years old I plan on working about another year. Okay. Course, I participate in the 4._0._1._K. I got about fifty eight thousand in that. But the quaint me, and my wife, we have a little one hundred thousand mutual fund. Okay. And they don't came to be doing as well as I thought. But anyway, he might be last couple of months of last year they lost money. But anyway, I kind of wonder. Mike. A little bit except the but in line, but I about fifty two my portion of my actual pun Bowden and. Did Mike about every three months? About two hundred fifty dollars. Three month that pretty much in line. Well, is it from the mutual fund or from the adviser? Well, tongue the mutual fund at actually under Royal at lion. And the way that's broken down. It's about forty percent in bonds about fifty five in Stockton around five or six k and and my part, most mutual. Like under Pershing and hemp co and prank clan and and bang guard, and they're diversified pretty well, but it seems like on my part quite under what they call. I share. Like twenty electron transferring and Trent her quite you stop on and off, and I would imagine in Europe be connected with that whenever they do that. Well, I shares means institutional share and shares are less expensive. They don't have any. So. Internal sees in the in the sun. So as I suspected when you when you mentioned it all the seas. You're getting is from the firm, they're not from the mutual. Now, they may blame it on the mutual funds. But they're not the mutual funds. So you're not getting it. It's not you're not getting paid. From the mutual funds. So in other words, if you owned the exact same funds, and they were is shares which you couldn't do because you don't have enough money. But if you did you wouldn't be paying anything. So it's okay. Actual advisor. I get. Coming from the gun. They brokerage for. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I that's what I mean. Yeah. That's where it's coming from. So. If you want to eliminate that or cut back on that. Then you've got to change your strategy and who's who's doing it? So but that sounds based on I'm just. About fifty thousand dollars based on fifty thousand dollars that sounds like a fair amount every quarter, and I would say it sounds accessible. Down a Kathy. Yes. At twelve thought because last year between me my wife for the year, we paid out like eight hundred dollars for around one hundred thousand. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I would say that you probably need to take a look at that. But but look having said that. You haven't done that. Well, in the portfolio, it's not because of the fees. It's probably because of the funds the Iran. So the only thing that matters. And I'm not saying you don't wanna pay more fees. But you can't you can't always, you know, it's not always a question of fees. When we look at last year and the year before last year was very very volatile. That was neither good for any mutual funds. All that volatility. But in the last two years things were pretty good, and they should have been up a little bit. But at the same time, it's generally the assumption of what you have like I hear people say people, call me, say gam-, my my mutual funds haven't done anything. And you know, when when you get deep into it, you realize when they're all sitting in bond funds. They're not designed to go anywhere. They're not designed to go up when the market goes up. That's not. What what they're designed to do. So oftentimes, it's more of a strategy issue than it is funds. I wouldn't get out of mutual funds. I don't think it's a good idea to just jump out of your mutual funds. Because you don't think they're they're doing good as you've been in a Milwaukee and they're down a little bit. I think you gotta wait it out. But. You shouldn't be paying more than one one and a half. Percent. I mean, I would say one and a half percents probably pretty average close to what what you're paying. But. You know, that's that's pretty typical. But that's probably not what's keeping your what's keeping your fun down. You know? That's that's probably not what. What's? Abedin was making more than what we were paying out. He might Everson times. We were like the money. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's I mean that is typical being in the market. And you know, you're going to have months at it loses. The goal is to have more winning years than losing years. And you usually do if you stay you will I feel confident of that. But. They're not sons that I try any of those funds you mentioned because they're not looking but. The same principle holds true. Two years is really a difficult thing. Try to measure the value of being in mutual funds over two year, period. I mean, you really got to wait half. But you should love seem what you're in. And maybe they took a more preservation. I pray that I can be a great role model for him. I pray that in these trying times that I can beat him in a way that I know will leave a godly imprint on his heart forever. Show her how to live a life that is. I want her to understand might. Life insurance is one of those things that just about everybody needs. But.

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"andrew corner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:28 min | 2 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Our I of course, is Christopher Fulton co author with his wife Michelle the book is called the inheritance if you are JFK buff. This is must keep book for you to have Christopher. Let's talk a little bit more about this than get into the evidence. That was given to you. When it was given to you. And you started looking at over. Did it shock you? Yes. And and one thing I'd like to bring up George just discuss what an honor and a privilege. It was. I was that was that was the first person to listen to president Kennedy just secret Oval Office recordings that were made in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and. It was a. President Kennedy had decided to do that. And at a covert way in the Oval Office and a cabinet room and so forth. So that he could keep people on record because he had gone into such different direction in the Pentagon and the intelligence services had been directed to do. And here's this young. Unbelievable constitutional president coming in and deciding attorneys presidency around in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and take the world in a different direction. And this is a a brilliant brilliant, man. And it was it was an honor to to listen to the us a firsthand, and I can tell you from doing. So that this man love this country love this country. And you love the people in it and. It's uh. It's moving just even think about how are was gonna say must've been emotional to listen to those tapes. Yes, sir. It certainly was. And it's just been a twenty year experience for me and the. Of course, what he went through. And what he sacrifice for this country. And what his brother tried to do and sacrificed his life. Vietnam was an unfortunate sidebar of that ten year plan program that came out of the Pentagon. And and the president didn't want any parts that he wanted to be you know, we thought it would be their own warned. He was going to pull back our advisers and sixty four he said, he was going to be the least popular president and US history with his own government. But the of course, he didn't get a chance to do that. But they, but that war was the show I resolved with Russia was there to stops. But a communism in southeast Asia. But of course, the at the same time, it was really the only show our resolving Wiki ruthless with women and children. And so the Russians how how we could us. We could be and of course, president Kennedy wasn't gonna be part of that. He was gonna push back and not go into that. But without the Kennedy brothers being there, if Nixon had been there, and I think we would have gone to a new exchange with Russia, and and the world would have been a very different place, a very sad place, in my opinion. Christopher in a very ironic way. I don't know how many people have told you, but you sound like, Bobby Kennedy. When you talk to anybody, you said that to you. I I've never had that said to me before. Now, you've got a little bit of his inflections there. So the the evidence that you saw was it related directly to the assassination or was it evidence that affected the United States and its relations with the Soviet Union. Well, there's there's there's bits of everything. I mean, it was you know, they were talking about a very large amount of material that maybe one hundred thousand documents and personal inside information that came from Bobby Kennedy and came to Evelyn Lincoln. And of course, the large majority of Bobby Kennedy's paper still being withheld by his widow. They they are in debt. Conflict with the family themselves, and how it's going to be resolved and some of the issues there are still up serious concern. But this book certainly starts to address those that was held by Evelyn Lincoln, for example. You know, there's thing that the president wrote on Air Force One. He was as he was coming into the love field. And that he was gonna add that to a speech at the trade mart, which was government reform, which we are going forward, which is a secret code piece of information that was gonna add to to notify crews Jaffa this intention of what we were gonna do in Cuba, and how that was going to resolve resolved yet worked this president had to work outside the parameters of his intelligence services on the government for peaceful future. And it was a very difficult process for him. And he was always concerned that somebody would subvert is orders and the World War three will kick off regardless. He went to great lengths to try to stop that. And he paid for it. What is what what would you say Christopher? Was the most compelling form of evidence that you looked at with that one of those oh my God moments. Well, there's there were several of those. But the one of the biggest was the evidence that I had in my possession that Robert Kennedy had utilized with the Russians which came out of hot park and hospital. At when president Kennedy was taken the end. There was a security officers had headed to pieces of evidence that that afternoon. One was a bullet. It'd come off a stretch it what say labeled C three ninety nine. And then otherwise a accordia wristwatch with Jacqueline given to him that morning to wear because he didn't have anything else to wear the a lot of material was withheld from him that afternoon, but I won't get into that book. But the, but the, but the wristwatch was used by Robert Kennedy to show that there was a friend involved in more than one shooter involved in Dallas and the bullet the other bullet was used to to sell the best truth to the American public to keep us out of war. So the, you know, it's interesting you got to two pieces of key evidence of two pieces of key. Parts of American history in one man's pocket. One goes one direction. One goes the other. It's just. What are those moments? Christopher will. You just have to shake your head with the things that had happened with the evidence. How much of it points to specifically the mob in a mob hit on president Kennedy? Well, I think you get into those situations, of course, the mob was utilized during World War Two to help us win the war. And then of course, they were used after the war to to do what they were necessary to take care of things that they were good at. And of course, they were certainly in play in part of the Kennedy at time period. They were they were in place to be utilized in Cuba. Cuba, was certainly a catalyst. What was going on with Russia, and the they were they were in place to be to be exercised for that. So Lyndon Johnson was also big part of that world. So of course, they were they were involved in this and that capacity. Christopher fulton. What this book is called the inheritance poison fruit of JFK's assassination. Tell me about the subtitle. Poisoned fruit. Legal term, and basically has to do with the evidence would be tendered in court. Of course, the Justice department told me that that they were not following this up if they've been given full discretion in in the Kennedy matter and the way they Janet Reno's office with looking at it with that they got there was no prosecutions at the end of the day, and this and so that they weren't going to pursue any any of this does the matter if there's new evidence tendered or not it's not going to be not going to be entered in. And of course, Robert Kennedy very much wanted to keep the chain of evidence in plays at some point. This could be looked at in history. But the like I say the Justice department has no interest in pursuing this case. And and it was told me the only way that this would be looked at is if Kennedy family member came forward with you and Brinson, then they went through the taxes. But of course, that was never on the table. That was never brought up with me or or anybody else. What did you eventually do Christopher with the evidence? Robert Robert white was subpoenaed by the Justice department and dad's. It was very broad based document which pulled the end of the subpoena. I was I was required by law to come in and testify in front of the board. He testified in front of the AARP. But the, but what they did is they made him sign agreements with the Justice department instead under seal along with the Kennedy family, and of course, some of the some of the key evidence that he possessed were taken by the FBI in about three different occasions that this happened in nineteen ninety eight and subsequently on from there. But the nose up pieces of evidence were classified under the security oversight office, and then the American people don't get to see that. And of course, my evidence was transferred in nineteen ninety eight and one of the things I'm supposed to just talk around as what happened to that. But. Since just into the I'm sorry. I'll continue I'll just for the right up. Just look at me. I was supposed to testify at my evidence was such as sucks. It would change the official narrative. So they they decided to issue a sealed warrant indicted for me and under onto that use a something that occurred at a federal Bank or Bank in Tomac I- I- falsified income statement in nineteen Ninety-two and they use utilize that to call me NS covertly. Yeah. Get me into a Tara Gatien sessions enclosed interrogation with the Justice department intelligence community over this. Rather than make a public issue? Did they put you away for a little bit? Yeah. I did. I did a they were actually threatening with fifty years of time, actually ease. Yeah. Fifty years, which means the federal government. They can do what they will. But as you as you if you have initial pace charge, and every time I use my ATM machine or anything that I did like that was another charge it not count. So as as it wound up, you you got a fifty year time span involved in their how has it been for you? Since this episode Christopher I mean, I my life. Okay. It's changed forever. And I did not a day that goes by that. I don't think about this. And I had. You know, why when I was in prison. Sometimes I wake up in the nightmare and think I was out I sort of of course, I wake up in horrific situation. But then when I've been out, I've I've I've had dreams where I in back inside. And it's a it's a it's been a long road. I when I when I first got out of maximum security situations that they had me, and I couldn't ride. I couldn't write properly. I was shaking so bad. I could think clearly the trauma of it all is a it's a no different than I saw people die. It's up people. Go out for people in Jacksonville taken out. I've seen people die in front of me. So that it it it changes your life. A great writer wrote the foreword introduction to your book. Dick, Russell who writes a lot with the our dear friend Jesse Ventura. And you know, so you've got some heavy support here behind this. Where does it go from here? Christopher beyond the book. What happens to the information? Nation. Well, we are hoping is that you know, that we can inform the country on on on things that was I mean, ever Lincoln thought stuff. You know that the country deserved information. It wasn't allowed to know. And of course, that's that's correct. And Bobby Bobby Kennedy had reached the Oval Office sixty eight he would have informed the American public. I think he made a fantastic speech death. In California there at if you've ever listened to that speech, and I heard somebody do so it was like listen to the words man was saying it's it's as if it was written today. I you know, you'd vote for him right now. But the. He was out there. What happened to his brother, and he answered that question, and it kind of a an unscheduled way. And that that really broke some of the agreements that he had made. And he was he was he had vagrants to to keep the Warren commission that solid signs an agreement that effect and that he would not discuss this. He'd plant the evidence at park it in the end up that would be the only shot a gain the White House and sixty eight of course, he would have I'm notified the American public that there was a pew takeover power this country and pushes brother, Andrew corner. And that's exactly what he would have done. So I hope that by telling this to the American people and sharing with the experiences. I what I went through. They can they can filter that however, they like, but they can certainly gain some insight from this. I've had I've had some people including a couple of different women that have cried reading the book and said by God, it's given us closure on this. And thank you very much. That's very flattering. I had one. Professor call me is very well known. I won't mention his name on the air. But. He read the book, and he knows everybody knows everybody around and wherever and he said, I think this is the best most important book written on this matter. And I it's extremely complementary. I I don't know what to say to that other than thank you for taking the time to read it. But I hope that it can make it help us make better decisions. I hope we can become a better informed country and has a better informed country. We can make better decisions as Americans and reflect who we want to be where we're going at this point. Are you glad that this information came into your possession? I to be to be honest, George. I I used to curse it every day. I mean, it was it was just a curse to have this knowledge and to be and this up this way to be put upon me. And I can only imagine what Bobby Kennedy had gone through. And of course, Jackie too. I read a I read a level at a love letter that was written before Dallas between Jackie Kennedy and John Kennedy into their thoughts about each other. And how they really loved. Each other. It wasn't just a letter of of a standard duties of what was happening. It was it was very heartfelt try for another child. And of course, the tragedy that happened in Dallas for Jackie Kennedy at that time must have been just unbelievable and for and for Robert Kennedy to hold what he knew in his heart and not go after any vengeance for his brother, but to think of the country, and the betterment of the American people at just an incredible act of heroism and patriotism, I involved in all of this wanna thank you for being on the program. How do people get the book the inheritance? Well, they can go to our website, which is CNN Fulton that dot com dot com. And of course, there's there's more information about it different quotes of what people had to say. And then there's this short video that will give you some more insight on what's happening. I'm vincent. Also, some documents that appears in the back of the book from the Justice department and other things that were happening at a time. Ronald Reagan big involved, but certainly involved with this.

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"Our I of course, is Christopher Fulton co author with his wife Michelle the book is called the inheritance if you are a JFK buff. This is must keep book for you to have Christopher. Let's talk a little bit more about this than get into the evidence. That was given to you. When it was given to you. And you started looking at over. Did it shock you? Yes. And one thing I'd like to bring up Georgia, just disgusting. What an honor and a privilege. It was. I was I was I was the first person to listen to president Kennedy says secret Oval Office recordings that were made in nineteen sixty two and sixty three. It was a, Yup. You know, president Kennedy had decided to do that. And at a covert way in the Oval Office and cabinet room. So so he could keep people on record because he had gone into such different directions in the Pentagon and the intelligence services had been directed to do. Here's this young. Unbelievable constitutional president coming in and deciding attorneys presidency around in sixty two and sixty three and take the world of different direction. And this is a a brilliant brilliant, man. And it was it was an honor to listen to these first hand, and I can tell you from doing. So that this man love this country love this country, and you love the people in it. It's it's moving just even think about I was gonna say must've been emotional to listen to those tapes. Yes, it certainly was. And it's just been a twenty four year experience for me. And the of course, what he went through and what he sacrificed for this country, and what his brother tried to do and sacrificed his life. Vietnam was unfortunate sidebar of that ten year plan program that came out of the Pentagon and the president didn't want any parts. What did he wanted to be? You know, we thought it would be their own warnings gonna pull back on advisers and sixty four he said, he was going to be the least popular president and US history with his own government. But the of course, he didn't get a chance to do that. But but that war was the show our resolve with Russia to stop spread of communism in southeast Asia. But of course, the at the same time, it was really the only show resolving Wiki ruthless with women and children and. So the Russians how how we could we could be. And of course, keep that president Kennedy was part of that he was gonna push back and not go into that. But without the Kennedy brothers being there, if Nixon had been there in place. I think we would have gone to a new exchange with Russia and the world would have been a very different place. I very sad place in my opinion. Christopher in a very ironic way. I don't know how many people have told you, but you sound like Bobby Kennedy when you talk you said that to you. I've never had said to me before. No, you've got a little bit of his inflections there. So the the evidence that you saw was it related directly to the assassination or was it evidence that affected the United States and its relations with the Soviet Union. Well, there's there's there's there's bits of everything. I mean, it was you know, they were talking about a very large amount of material that maybe one hundred thousand documents and personal inside information that came from Bobby Kennedy and came through Evelyn Lincoln. And of course, the large majority of Bobby Kennedy's papers are still being withheld by his widow they had in conflict with the family themselves, and how it's going to be resolved and some of the issues there are still up serious concern. But this certainly starts to address those that was held by Lincoln. For example. You know, there's last thing that the president wrote on Air Force One. He was as he was coming into love field. And that he was gonna add that to a speech the trademark which was government reform, which we are going forward, which is secret code piece of information that was going to add to notify cruise Jaffa this intention of what we're gonna do in Cuba, and how that was going to be resolved yet work this president had to work outside the grammar is is intelligence services and the government for a peaceful future. And it was a very difficult process for I mean, he was always concerned that somebody would subvert. He's orders in World War. Three will kick off regardless. He went to great lengths to try to stop that he paid for it. What his like, what would you say? Christopher was the most compelling form of evidence that you looked at with that one of those. Oh my God moments. Well, there's there were several of those. But the one of the biggest was the evidence that I had in my possession that Robert Kennedy had utilized with the Russians which came out of park and hospital. When president Kennedy was taken the end, there was a security officer was handed to pieces of evidence that that afternoon. One was a bullet. It'd come up a stretch of what they labeled C three ninety nine and another was a up accordia wristwatch with Jacqueline given to him that morning to wear because he didn't have anything else to wear a lot of material was withheld from him that acronym. But I won't get into that book with the, but the, but the wristwatch was used by Robert Kennedy's to show that there was a forensics involved in more than one shooter involved in Dallas. The other bullet was used to to sell the best truth the American public the war. So the, you know, it's interesting you've got to two pieces of evidence to pieces of hearts of American history and one man's pocket. One goes one direction. One goes the other. It's just. One of those moments Christopher where you just have to shake your head with the things that had happened with the evidence. How much of it points to specifically the mob in a mob hit on president Kennedy? Well, I think you get into those situations, of course, the mob was utilized during World War Two to help us win the ward. And then I used after the war to to do what they were necessary to take care of things that they were good at. And of course, they were certainly in play a part of the Kennedy at time period. They were they were in place to be utilized in Cuba. We had a was certainly a catalyst what was going on with Russia, and the they were they were in place to be to be exercised for that. So Lyndon Johnson was also part of that world. So of course, they were they were involved in this in that capacity. Christopher fulton. This book is called the inheritance poison fruit of JFK's assassination. Tell me about the subtitle. Poisoned fruit. A legal term, and basically has to do with the evidence would be tendered in court. Of course, the Justice department told me that the that they were not following this up if that they've been given full discretion in in the Kennedy matter and the way they Janet Reno's office was looking at it with it. They will get there was gonna no prosecutions of at the end of the day. So that they weren't going to pursue any any of this matter if there's new evidence tendered or not it's not going to be not going to be entered in. Of course, Robert Kennedy very much wanted to keep the chain of evidence in plays at some point. This could be looked at in history. But like, I say the Justice department has no interest in pursuing this case. And it was me the only way that this would be looked at Kennedy family member came forward with you. And then they went through the tax. But of course, that was never on the table. That was never brought up with me or or anybody else. What did you eventually do Christopher with the evidence? Robert Robert white was subpoenaed by the Justice department and dad's day was very broad based document which pulled the end of the subpoena. I was I was required by law to come in and testify in front of the board. He testified in front of the AARP. But the of what they did is they made them sign agreements with the Justice department under seal along with the Kennedy family, and of course, some of the some of the key evidence that he possessed we'll taken by the FBI in about three different occasions that this happened in one thousand nine hundred and subsequently on from there. But the nose up pieces of evidence were classified under the security oversight office, and then he met the people don't get to see that. And of course, my evidence was transferred in nineteen ninety eight. And one of the things I'm supposed to just talk around is what happened to that? But. Since the judge. I'm sorry. I'll continue I'll just the right up. It just looked at me. I was supposed to testify at my evidence was such a sex change the official narrative. So they they decided to issue. I see a warrant indicted for me and under that use a something that occurred at a federal Bank or Bank, the Potomac re. I I fought the fight an income statement in one thousand nine hundred two and they use utilize that to covertly. Yeah. Get me into interrogation sessions enclosed interrogation with the Justice department intelligence community over this rather than make it a public issue. Did they put you away for a little bit? Yeah. I did. I did a they were actually up threatening with fifty years of time as she. Yeah. Yeah. Fifty years, which means the federal government. They can do what they will. But as you as you if you have initial base charge, and every time I use my ATM machine or anything that I did like that was another charge another count. So as as you you've got a fifty year time span involved in their how has it been for you? Since this episode, Christopher I'm in my life. Okay. It's changed forever. And I just not a day that goes by that. I don't think about this. And I I've had you know, what when I was in prison. Sometimes I wake up in the nightmare and think I was out. Of course, I wake up and horrific situation. And then when I've been out I've had dreams where I've been back inside. And it's a it's a it's been a long road. When I when I first got out of maximum security situations that they had me and I couldn't ride. I couldn't write properly. I was shaking so bad. I think clearly the trauma of it all is if it's a no different than I saw people die. It's people go out for people in Jacksonville taken out. I've seen people die in front of me. So it it it changes your life. A great writer wrote the forward introduction to your book. Jack, Russell who writes a lot with the our dear friend Jesse Ventura. And you know, so you've got some heavy support here behind this. Where does it go from here? Christopher beyond the book. What happens to the information? Well, we are hopes is that you know, that we can inform the country on on on things that was Lincoln thought this stuff, you know, that the country deserved information. It wasn't allowed to now. And of course, that's that's correct. And Bobby Bobby Kennedy had reached the Oval Office said sixty eight he would have informed the American public. I think he made a fantastic speech at death in California there, and if you've ever listened to that speech, I heard somebody to do. So it was like if you listen to the words, and then was saying, it's it's a different was written today. But I you know, you both one right now, but the. You know, what happened to his brother, and he answered that question and kind of a, Yup. And I'm scheduled way. And that that really broke somebody agreements that he had made. And he was he was conveyed agreements to to keep them weren't commission that solid signs an agreement that affects and that he would not discuss this. He'd plant the evidence at park it in the end up that would be the only shot again, the White House sixty eight of course, he would have notified the American public and to take over power this country and pushes brother, Andrew corner..

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"Our I of course, is Christopher Fulton co author with his wife Michelle the book is called the inheritance if you are JFK buff. This is a must keep book for you to have Christopher. Let's talk a little bit more about this than get into the evidence. That was given to you. When it was given to you. And you started looking at over. Did it shock you? Yes. And and one thing I'd like to bring up Georgia just discuss what an honor and a privilege. It was that was that was the first person to listen to president Kennedy's secret Oval Office recordings that were made in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and. It was a, you know, president Kennedy had decided to do that. And at a covert way in the Oval Office and the cat at a cabinet room and so forth. So that he could keep people on record because he had gone into such different direction than the Pentagon and the intelligence services had been directed to do. And here's this young. Unbelievable constitutional president coming in and. Deciding you turn his presidency around nineteen sixty two and sixty three and take the world a different direction. And this is a a brilliant brilliant, man. And it was it was an honor to to listen to these. First hand, and I can tell you from doing so that dismantle love this country love this country, and you love the people in it and. It's it's moving just even think about I was gonna say must've been emotional to listen to those tapes. Yes, sir. Certainly was and it's just been a twenty four year experience for me. And the of course, what he went through and what he sacrificed for this country. And what is brother tried to do and sacrificed his life? Vietnam was an unfortunate sidebar of that ten year plan program that came out of the Pentagon. And and the president didn't want any parts that he wanted to be, you know, he thought it would should be their own warnings gonna pull back our advisers and in sixty four he said, he was going to be the least popular president and US history with his own government. But the of course, he didn't get a chance to do that. But they, but that war was the show our resolve with Russia was there to stop spread of communism in southeast Asia. But of course, the at the same time it was really the only show and resolving Wiki ruthless with women and children. And so the Russians how how we could we could be. And of course, president Kennedy wasn't a part of that he was gonna push back and not go into that. But without the Kennedy brothers being there. Nixon had been there in place. I think we would have gone to a new exchange with Russia, and and the world would have been a very different place. Very sad place in my opinion. Christopher and a very ironic way. I don't know how many people have told you, but you sound like, Bobby Kennedy. When you talk have somebody said that to you. I I've never had that said to me before. No, you've got a little bit of his inflections there. So that the evidence that you saw was it related directly to the assassination or was it evidence that affected the United States and its relations with the Soviet Union. Well, there's there's there's bits of everything. I mean, it was you know, they were talking about a very large amount of material that maybe a hundred thousand documents and and personal inside information that came from Bobby Kennedy and came to Evelyn Lincoln. And and of course, the large majority of Bobby Kennedy's papers are still being withheld by his widow. They they had. They are in conflict with the family themselves, and how it's going to be resolved and some of the issues there are still of serious concern. But this book certainly starts to address those that was held by Lincoln. You know, for example, you know, there's the last thing that the president wrote on Air Force One was as he was coming into love field. And that he was gonna add that to a speech at the trade mart, which was government reform, which we are going forward, which is a secret code piece of information that was going to add to to notify Khrushchev its intention of what we were going gonna do in Cuba, and how that was going to resolve he had to work. This president had to work outside the parameters visit intelligence services on the government for peaceful future. And it was a very difficult process for him. And he was always concerned that somebody would subvert his orders the World War. Three will kick off regardless. He went to great lengths to try to stop that he paid for it. What is like what would you say? Christopher was the most compelling form of evidence that you looked at with that one of those oh my God moments. Well, there's there were several of those. But the one of the biggest was the evidence that I had in my possession that Robert Kennedy had utilized with the Russians which came out of parking hostile. When president Kennedy was taken the end. There was a security officer was headed to pieces of evidence that that afternoon. One was a bullet. It'd come up structure, which they labeled c three ninety nine. And then otherwise a accordia wristwatch with Jacqueline have given to him that morning to wear because he didn't have anything else to wear the a lot of material was withheld from him that happened, but I won't get into that book with but the. The wristwatch was used by Robert Kennedy to show that there was a friend Dick's involved in more than one shooter involved in Dallas. The bullet the other bullet was used to to sell the best truth to the American public to keep us out of war. So the you know, it's interesting you've got to two pieces of key evidence in two pieces of key parts of American history and one man's pocket. One goes one direction. One goes the other. It's just. What are those moments Christopher where you just have to shake your head with the things that had happened with the evidence? How much of it points to specifically the mob in a mob hit on president Kennedy? Well, I I think you get into those situations. Of course, the mob was utilized during World War Two to help us win the war. And then of course, they were used after the war to to do what they were necessary to take care of things that they were good at. And of course, they were certainly in play in part of the Kennedy time period. They were they were in place to be utilized in Cuba. Cuba, was certainly a catalyst. What was going on with Russia, and the they were they were in place to be to be exercised for that. So Lyndon Johnson was also big part of that world. So of course, they were they were involved in this in that capacity. Christopher Fulton with us as book is called the inheritance poison fruit of JFK's assassination. Tell me about the subtitle. Poisoned fruit. Legal term, and basically has to do with red at the evidence would be tendered in court. Now, of course, the Justice department told me that that they were not following this up. They've been given full discretion in the Kennedy matter, and they ended up the way they Janet Reno's office was looking at it with that they were there was no prosecutions that at the end of the day. And so that they weren't going to pursue any any of. This is a matter of there's new evidence tendered or not it's not going to be not going to be entered in. And of course, Robert Kennedy very much wanted to keep the chain of evidence in place that at some point this could be looked at in history. But the like I say the Justice department has no interest in pursuing this case. And it was told me the only way that this would be looked at as a Kennedy family member came forward with you. And then they went through the state of taxes. But of course, that was never on the table. That was never brought up with me or or anybody else. What did you eventually do Christopher with the evidence? Robert Robert white was subpoenaed by the Justice department and dad's day was very broad based document which pulled the end of the subpoena. I was I was required by law to come in and testify in front of the board. He testified in front of the AARP. But the, but what they did is they made him sign agreements with the Justice department under seal along with the Kennedy family, and of course, some of the some of the key evidence that he possessed we're taken by the FBI in about three different occasions that this happened in nineteen ninety eight and subsequently on from there. But the nose up pieces of evidence what classified under the security oversight office. And then the American people don't get to see that. And of course, my evidence was transferred in nineteen ninety eight and one of the things I'm supposed to talk around as what happened to that. But. Cincy just into the just I'm sorry. I'll continue just for the right up. Just look at me. I was supposed to testify at my evidence was such as sucks, it would change the official narrative. So they they decided to issue a sealed warrant indicted for me and under that use a something that occurred at a federal Bank or the Bank and up Potomac re I falsified income statement in nineteen Ninety-two, and they use utilize that to call me and to covertly get me into a Tara Gatien sessions enclosed interrogation with the Justice party intelligence community over this rather than make it a public issue. Did they put you away for a little bit? Yeah. I I did I did a they were actually threatening with fifty years of time cheese. Yeah. Fifty years, which means the federal government. They can do what they will. But as you as you if you have initial face charge, and every time I use my ATM machine or anything that I did like that was another charge it now the count. So as as it wound up, you you got a fifty year time span involved in their how has it been for you? Since this episode Christopher. I mean my life. Okay. It's changed forever. And I just not a day that goes by that I don't think about this. And I had you know, why when I was in prison. Sometimes I wake up in a nightmare and think I was out. Of course, I wake up in horrific situation. But then when I've been out I've had dreams where I've been back inside. And. It's a it's a it's been a long road. I when I first got out of maximum security situations that they had me, and I couldn't I couldn't write properly. I was shaking so bad. I think clearly the trauma of it all is. It's a no different than I saw people die. How people go out for people in Jacksonville taken out. I've seen people die in front of me. So. It changes your life. A great writer wrote the foreword introduction to your book. Dick, Russell who writes a lot with the our dear friend, Jesse Ventura and. You know? So you've got some heavy support here behind this. Where does it go from here? Christopher beyond the book. What happens to the information? Well, we are hopes is that, you know, the we can inform the country on on on things that was ever Lincoln thought they stuff you know, that the country deserved information. It wasn't allowed to know. And of course, that's that's correct. And Bobby Bobby Kennedy had reached the Oval Office sixty eight he would have informed the American public. I think he made a fantastic speech at death in California there, and if you've ever listened to that speech, I heard somebody do so it was like if you listen to the words man was saying it's it's as if it was written today. I you know, you'd vote for him right now. But the. He was out there. What happened to his brother, and he answered that question and kind of a. An unscheduled way. And that that really broke somebody agreements that he had made. And he was he was he had made agreements to to keep the Warren commission that solid signs an agreement that effect and that he would not discuss this. He'd plant the evidence at park it in and that would be only shot again, the White House and sixty eight of course, he would have notified the American public that wasn't you and take over power this country and push his brother, Andrew corner, and that's exactly what he would have done. So I hope that by telling this to the American people and sharing with the experiences. I what I went through. They can they can filter that however, they like, but they can certainly gain some insight from this. I've had I've had some people including a couple of different women that have cried reading the book and said by God, it's a given us closure on this. And thank you very much. That's very flattering. I had one professor call me is very well. No won't mention his name on the air. But. He read the book, and he knows everybody knows everybody. And he said, I think this is the best most important book written on this matter. And I I just extremely complementary. I I don't know what to say to that other than thank you for taking the time to read it. But I hope that it can make you can help us make better decisions. I hope we can become a better informed country. And as a better informed country. We can make better decisions Americans and reflect who we want to be and where we're going at this point. Are you glad that this information came into your possession? I to be to be honest, George. I I used to curse it every day. Was it was just a curse to have this knowledge and to be and this up this way to be put upon me. And I can only imagine what Bobby Kennedy had gone through. And of course, Jackie too. I read I read a level at a love letter that was written before Dallas between the Jackie Kennedy, and and John F Kennedy and their their thoughts about each other. And how they really loved each other. It wasn't just a letter of of a standard duties of what was happening. It was. It was very heartfelt will try for another child. And of course, the tragedy that happened in Dallas for Jackie Kennedy at that time must have been just unbelievable and for and for Robert Kennedy to hold what he knew in his heart and not go after any benefits for his brother, but to think of the country, and the betterment of the American people at just an incredible act of heroism and patriotism, I involved in all of this. Of course, I wanna thank you for being on the program. How do people get the book the inheritance? Well, they can go to our website, which is CNN Fulton. That dot com. That's the phone dot com. And of course, there's there's more information about it different quotes of what people had to say. And then just a short video that will give you some more insight and what's happening. Then also some documents that appears in the back of the book from the Justice department and other things were happening at the time. Ronald Reagan involved, but certainly involved with this and gave us a lot of direction..

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"Our I of course, is Christopher Fulton co author with his wife Michelle the book is called the inheritance if you are JFK buff. The this is a must keep book for you to have Christopher. Let's talk a little bit more about this than get into the evidence. That was given to you when it was given to you. And you started looking at over. Did it shock you? Yes. And one thing I'd like to bring up Georgia just discuss what an honor and a privilege. It was. I was I was I was the first person to listen to president Kennedy's secret Oval Office recordings that were made in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and. It was a, you know, president Kennedy had decided to do that. And at a covert way in the Oval Office and at a at a cabinet room so forth. So that he could keep people on record because he had gone into such different directions in the Pentagon and the intelligence services had been directed to do this young unbelievable constitutional president coming in and. Deciding attorney his presidency around in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and take the world a different direction. And this is a a brilliant brilliant, man. And it was it was an honor to to listen to these first hand, and I can tell you from doing. So that this man love this country love this country. And I love the people in it and. And. It's uh. It's moving just to even think about I was gonna say must've been emotional to listen to those tapes. Yes, sir. It certainly was. And it's just been a twenty four year experience for me the. Of course, what he went through and what he sacrificed for this country, and what his brother tried to do and sacrificed his life. Vietnam was an unfortunate sidebar of that ten year plan program that came out of the Pentagon. And and the president didn't want any parts that he wanted to you know, we thought it would should be their own warnings gonna pull back our advisers and in sixty four he said, he was going to be the least popular president and US history with his own government. But of course, he didn't get a chance to do that. But they, but that war was the show our resolve with Russia was there to stops. But communism in southeast Asia. But of course, the at the same time, it was really the only show resolve and we Wiki ruthless with women and children. And so the Russians how how we could we could be. And of course, president county wasn't gonna be part of that he was gonna pull back and not go into that. But without the Kennedy brothers being there. Nixon had been there in place. I think we would have gone to a new exchange with Russia, and and the world would have been a very different place. I very sad place in my opinion. Christopher and a very ironic way. I don't know how many people have. Told you, but you sound like Bobby Kennedy when you talk have anybody you said that to you. I I've never had that said to me before. No, you got a little bit of is inflections there. So the the evidence that you saw was it related directly to the assassination or was it evidence that affected the United States and its relations with the Soviet Union. Well, there's there's there's there's bits of everything. I mean, it was you know, they were talking about a very large amount of material that maybe a hundred thousand documents, and and and personal inside information that came from Bobby Kennedy and came to Evelyn Lincoln. And of course, the large majority of Bobby Kennedy's papers are still being withheld by his widow, they they had they are in conflict with the family themselves, and how it's going to be resolved and some of the issues there are still up serious concern. But this book certainly starts to address those that was held by Lincoln. For example. You know, there's the last thing that the president wrote on Air Force One. He was as he was coming into love field. And that he was gonna add that to a speech at the trade mart, which was government reform, which we are going forward, which is a secret code piece of information. If was going to add to to notify crews Jaffa this intention to what we were going to do in Cuba, and how that was going to resolve he had to work this president had to work outside the parameters of his intelligence services and the government for peaceful future. And it was a very difficult process for him. And he was always concerned that somebody would subvert is orders in the World War. Three will kick off regardless. He went to great lengths to try to stop that. And he paid for it. What is like what would you say? Christopher was the most compelling form of evidence that you looked at with that one of those. Oh my God moments. Well, there's there were several of those. But the one the. One of the biggest was the evidence that I had in my possession that Robert Kennedy had utilized with the Russians which came out of hot parking hospital. Was he at when president Kennedy was taking the end. There was a security officer was headed to pieces of evidence that that afternoon. One was a bullet. It'd come up a stretch of which they labeled c three ninety nine. And then other was a cardia wristwatch with Jacqueline had given him that morning to wear because he didn't have anything else to to wear a lot of material was withheld from him that afternoon, but I won't get into that book. But the, but the, but the wristwatch what used by Robert Kennedy's to show that there was a forensics involved in more than one shooter involved in Dallas. The other bullet was used to to sell the best truth to the American public to keep us out of war. So the, you know, it's interesting you got to two pieces of key evidence in two pieces of hearts of American history and one man's pocket. One goes one direction. One goes the other. It's just. What are those moments Christopher where you just have to shake your head with the things that had happened with the evidence? How much of it points to specifically the mob in a mob hit on president Kennedy? Well, I I think you get into those situations. Of course, the mob was utilized during World War Two to help us win the war. And then of course, they were used after the war to to do what they were necessary to take care of things that they were good at. And of course, they were certainly in play in part of the Kennedy time period. They were they were in place to be utilizing Cuba. Cuba, was certainly a catalyst. What was going on with Russia, and the they were they were in place to be to be exercised for that. So Lyndon Johnson was also a big part of that world. So of course, they were they were involved in this in that capacity. Christopher faulted with us as book is called the inheritance poison fruit of JFK's assassination. Tell me about the subtitle. Poisoned fruit. I legal term, and basically has to do with red at the evidence tendered in court now, of course, the Justice department told me that they were not following this up that they've been given full discretion in in the Kennedy matter, and they and the way they Janet Reno's office was looking at it with it. They were there was going to renew no prosecutions at the end of the day and this and so that they weren't going to pursue any any of this. Does it matter if there's new evidence tendered or not there's not going to be not going to be entered in? And of course, Robert Kennedy very much wanted to keep the chain of evidence in place at some point. This could be looked at in history. But the like I say the Justice department has no interest in pursuing this case. And it was told me the only way that this would be looked at as a Kennedy family came forward with you. And then they went through the state of taxes. But of course, that was never on the table. That was never brought up with me or or anybody else. What did you eventually do Christopher with the evidence? Robert Robert white was subpoenaed by the Justice department and dad's day was very broad based document which pulled the end of the subpoena. I was I was required by law to come in and testify in front of the board. He testified for the AARP. But the, but what they did is they made them sign agreements with the Justice department instead under seal along with the Kennedy family, and of course, some of the some of the key evidence that he possessed were taken by the FBI in about three different occasions that this happened in nineteen ninety eight and subsequently on from there. But the nose up pieces of evidence what classified under the security oversight office. And then the American people don't get to see that. And of course, my evidence was transferred in nineteen ninety eight and one of the things I'm supposed to talk around as what happened to that. But. Cincy just into the just I'm sorry. I'll continue just for the right up. Just look at me. I was supposed to testify said. My evidence was such a sucks. It would change the official narrative. So they they decided to issue a sealed warrant indicted for me and under onto that use a something that occurred at a federal Bank or Bank in Potomac. I'd I falsified income statement in nineteen ninety two and they use utilize that to call me NS to covertly get me into a tariffication Gatien sessions enclosed interrogation with the Justice party intelligence community over this. Rather than making a public issue? Did they put you away for a little bit? Yeah. I I did get a they were actually threatening with fifty years of time. Jeez. Yeah. Fifty years, which means know the federal government, they can do what they will. But as you as you if you have a initial face charge, and every time I use my ATM machine or anything that I did like that was another charge was it now the count so as as it wound up you've got a fifty year time span involved in their how has it been for you since the Sepah sewed Christopher? I mean my life. Okay. It's changed forever. And I did not a day that goes by that. I don't think about this. And I I've had. You know, why when I was in prison. Sometimes I wake up in a nightmare and think I was out and sort of of course, I wake up in horrific situation. But then when I've been out, I've I've I've had dreams where I've been back inside. And. It's a it's a it's been a long road. I when I when I first got out of maximum security situations that they had me, and I couldn't ride. I couldn't write properly. I was shaking so bad. I could think clearly the trauma of it all is a it's a no different than I saw people die. It's up people. Go out for people in Jacksonville taken out. I've seen people die in front of me. So. It it. It changes your life. A great writer wrote the foreword introduction to your book. Dick, Russell who writes a lot with our dear friend, Jesse Ventura. And you know, so you've got some heavy support here behind this. Where does it go from here? Christopher beyond the book. What happens to the information? Well, we are hopes is that, you know, the we can inform the country on on on things that was ever Lincoln office stuff. You know that the country deserved information. It wasn't allowed to know. And of course, that's that's correct. And Bobby Bobby Kennedy had reached the Oval Office sixty eight he would have informed the American public. I think he made a fantastic speech at death in California there, and if you've ever listened to that speech, and I heard somebody do so it was like if you listen to the words, and then was saying, it's it's as if it was written today, I you know, you'd vote for him right now. But the. Out there. What happened to his brother, and he answered that question, and it kind of a. And I'm scheduled way, and that really broke some of the agreements that he had made. And he was he was conveyed agreements to to keep them weren't commission that solid signs an agreement that affects and that he would not discuss this. He'd plant the evidence at park it in the end that would be the only shot a gain the White House and sixty eight of course, he would have notified the American public that there was a few and to take over power this country and pushes brother, Andrew corner. And that's exactly what he would have done. So I hope that by telling this to the American people and sharing with the experiences. I what I went through. They can they can filter that however, they like, but they can certainly gain some insight from this. I've had I've had some people including a couple of different women that have cried reading the book and said by God, it's a given us close on this. And thank you very much. That's very flattering. I had one professor call me is very well known. I won't mention his name on the air. But. He read the book, and he knows everybody knows everybody. And he said, I think this is the best most important book written on this matter. And I just extremely complementary. I I don't know what to say to that other than thank you for taking the time to read it. But I hope that it can make can help us make better decisions. I hope we can become a better informed country. And as a better informed country. We can make better decisions as Americans and reflect who we want to be and where we're going at this point. Are you glad that this information came into your possession? I to be to be honest, George. I I used to curse it every day. I mean, it was it was just a curse to have this knowledge and to be and this up this way to be put upon me. And I can only imagine what Bobby Kennedy had gone through. And of course, Jackie too. I read I read a level of a love letter that was written before Dallas between Jackie Kennedy, and and John F Kennedy into their their thoughts about each other. And how they really loved each other. It wasn't just a letter of of a standard. Duties of what was happening. It was. It was very heartfelt. I will try for another child. And of course, the tragedy that happened in Dallas for Jackie Kennedy at that time must have been just unbelievable and for and for Robert Kennedy to hold what he knew in his heart and not go after any vengeance for his brother, but to think of the country and the betterment of the American people just an incredible act of heroism and patriotism involved in all of this. Of course, I wanna thank you for being on the program. How do people get the book the inheritance? Well, they can go to our website, which is a CMO Fulton that dot com Fulton dot com. And of course, there's there's more information about it different quotes of what people had to say..

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"Our I of course, is Christopher Fulton co author with his wife Michelle the book is called the inheritance if you are a JFK buff. The this is must keep book for you to have Christopher. Let's talk a little bit more about this than get into the evidence. That was given to you. When it was given to you. And you started looking at over. Did it shock you? Yes. And and one thing I'd like to bring up Georgia just discuss it what an honor and a privilege. It was. I was I was I was the first person to listen to president Kennedy's secret Oval Office recordings that were made in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and. It was a, you know, president Kennedy had decided to do that at a covert way in the Oval Office into the cat at a cabinet room so forth. So that he could keep people on record because he had gone into such different directions in the the Pentagon and the intelligence services had been directed to do this young unbelievable constitutional president coming in and. Deciding you turn his presidency around in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and take the world in a different direction. And this is a a brilliant brilliant, man. And it was it was an honor to to listen to these first hand, and I can tell you from doing so that dismantle love this country love this country, and you love the people in it. It's uh. It's moving just even think about I was gonna say must've been emotional to listen to those tapes. Yes, sir. It certainly was and this has been a twenty four year experience for me. And the of course, what he went through and what he sacrificed for this country, and what his brother tried to do and sacrificed his life. Vietnam was an unfortunate sidebar of that ten year plan program that came out of the Pentagon. And and the president didn't want any parts that he wanted to be, you know, he thought it would should be their own warnings gonna pull back our advisers, and it's sixty four he said he was going to be the least popular president and US history with his own government. But of course, he didn't get a chance to do that. But they, but that war was the show our resolve with Russia was there to stop communism in east southeast Asia. But of course, the at the same time, it was really the already show resolve and be Wiki ruthless with women and children. And so the Russians how how we could we could be. And of course, president Kennedy wasn't gonna be part of that. He was gonna call us back and not go into that. But without the Kennedy brothers being there. Nixon had been there in place. I think we would have gone to a nuke exchange with Russia, and the world would have been a very different place, a very sad place, in my opinion. Christopher in a very ironic way. I don't know how many people have told you, but you sound like, Bobby Kennedy. When you talk to anybody said that to you. I've never had said to me before. No, you got a little bit of is inflections there. So the evidence that you saw was it related directly to the assassination or was it evidence that affected the United States and its relations with the Soviet Union. Well, there's there's there's there's bits of everything. I mean, it was you know, they were talking about a very large amount of material that maybe one hundred thousand documents, and and personal inside information that came from Bobby Kennedy and came through Evelyn Lincoln. And of course, the large majority of Bobby Kennedy's papers are still being withheld by his widow. They had. Are in conflict with the family themselves, and how it's going to be resolved and some of the issues there are still left up serious concern. But this book certainly starts to address those which held by Adeline Lincoln. For example. You know, there's the last thing that the president wrote on Air Force One as he was coming into love field. And that he was gonna add that speech at the trade mart, which was government reform, which we are going forward, which is a secret code piece of information that was going to add to to notify Khrushchev its intention that what we were going to do in Cuba, and how that was going to resolve he had to work this president had to work outside the parameters of his intelligence services on the government for a peaceful future. And it was a very difficult process for him. And he was always concerned that somebody would. The World War. Three will kick off regardless. He went to great lengths to try to stop that. And he paid for it. What is what what would you say Christopher was the most compelling form of evidence that you looked at with that one of those oh my God moments. Well, there's there were several of those. But the one of the the biggest was the evidence that I had in my possession that Robert Kennedy had utilized with the Russians which came out of a parking hospital at the when president Kennedy was taken the end. There was a security officer was headed to pieces of evidence that that afternoon. One was a bullet come off a stretcher which labeled C three ninety nine. And then other was a Cardi wristwatch with Jacqueline given to him that morning to wear because he didn't have anything else to wear a lot of material was withheld from him that afternoon, but I won't get into that some book, but the, but the, but the wristwatch was used by Robert Kennedy to show that there was a forensics involved in more than one shooter involved in Dallas and the bullet the other bullet was used to to sell the best truth to the American public to keep us out of war. So the, you know, it's interesting you got to two pieces of key evidence in two pieces of Kia. Parts of American history in one man's pocket. One goes one direction. One goes the other. It's just the. What are those moments? Christopher will. You just have to shake your head with the things that had happened with the evidence. How much of it points to specifically the mob in a mob hit on president Kennedy? Well, I think you get into those situations, of course, the mob was utilized during World War Two to help us win the war. And then of course, they were used after the war to to do what they were necessary to take care of things that they were good at. And of course, they were certainly in play a part of the Kennedy time period. They were they were in place to be utilized in Cuba. Cuba, was certainly a catalyst. What was going on with Russia, and the they were they were in place to be to be exercised for that. So Lyndon Johnson was also a big part of that world. So of course, they were they were involved in this in that capacity. Christopher fulton. What this book is called the inheritance poison fruit of JFK's assassination. Tell me about the subtitle. Poisoned fruit. Legal term, and basically has to do with the evidence would be tendered in court. Now, of course, the Justice department told me that that they were not following this up. They've been given full discretion in in the Kennedy matter, and they ended up the way they Janet Reno's office was looking at it with that they were gonna renew no prosecutions that at the end of the day. So that they weren't going to pursue any any of. This is a matter if there's new evidence tendered or not it's not going to be not going to be entered in. And of course, Robert Kennedy very much wanted to keep the chain of evidence in place at some point. This could be looked at in history. But the like I say the Justice department has no interest in pursuing this case. And it was told me the only way that this would be looked at as if Kennedy family member came forth with new and then they went through the state of taxes. But of course, that was never on the table. That was never brought up with me or or anybody else. What did you eventually do Christopher with the evidence? Robert Robert white was subpoenaed by the Justice department and dad's day was very broad based document which pulled the end of the subpoena. I was I was required by law to come in and testify in front of the board. He testified in front of the AARP. But the, but what they did is they made him sign agreements with the Justice department in under seal along with the Kennedy family, and of course, some of the key evidence that he possessed were taken by the FBI in about three different occasions that this happened in nineteen ninety eight and subsequently on from there. But the nose pieces of evidence what classified under the security oversight office. And then the American people don't get to see that. And of course, my evidence that was transferred in nineteen ninety eight and one of the things I'm supposed to just talk around as what happened to that. But. Since just into the just I'm sorry. I'll continue I'll just further right up. Just looked at me. I was supposed to testify. They said my evidence was such a sexist. It would change the official narrative. So they they decided to issue a sealed warrant indicted for me and under onto that. And use a something that occurred at a federal Bank or Bank enough Potomac re I falsified income statement in nineteen Ninety-two and they use utilize that to call me in to covertly get me into a Tara Gatien sessions enclosed interrogation with the Justice party intelligence community over this. Rather than make it a public issue. Did they put you away for a little bit? Yeah. I did get a they were actually threatening the fifty years of time. She. Yeah. Fifty years, which means a know the federal government, they can do what they will. But as you as you if you have initial base charge, and every time I use my ATM machine or anything that I did like that was another charge another count. So as as well end up. You you've got a fifty year time span involved in their how has it been for you? Since this episode Christopher. I mean, I it's it's it's changed forever. And I just not a day that goes by that I don't think about this. And I I've had. You know, what when I was in prison. Sometimes I wake up in a nightmare and think I was out. Of course, I'd wake up in horrific situation. But then when I've been out, I've I've I've had dreams where I've been back inside. And it's a it's a it's been a long road. When I first got out of maximum security situations that they had me and I couldn't ride. I couldn't write properly. I was shaking so bad. I think clearly the trauma of it all is a it's a no different than I saw people die. That's how people go out for people in Jacksonville were taken out. I've seen people die in front of me. So that it it it changes your life. A great writer wrote the foreword introduction to your book. Dick, Russell who writes a lot with our dear friend, Jesse Ventura and. You know? So you've got some heavy support here behind this. Where does it go from here? Christopher beyond the book. What happens to the information? Well, we are hopes is that you know, the we can inform the country on on on. I mean, ever Lincoln thought this stuff. You know that the country deserved information. It wasn't allowed to now. And of course, that's that's correct. And Bobby Bobby Kennedy had reached the Oval Office sixty eight he would have informed the American public. I think you made a fantastic speech death in California there, and if you've ever listened to that speech, I heard somebody do so it was like if you listen to the words, and then was saying, it's it's a zipper was written today. I you know, you'd vote for him right now. But the. He was asked there. What happened to his brother, and he answered that question, and it kind of a. And I'm scheduled way. And that that really broke some of the agreements that he had made. And he was he was he had beta agreements to to keep them weren't commission solid signs an agreement that affects and that he would not discuss this plant the evidence and at park it in the end up that would be the only shot again, the White House and sixty eight of course, he would have notified the American public that there was a pew to take over power this country and push his brother, Andrew corner, and that's exactly what he would have done. So I hope that by telling this to the American people and sharing with the experiences. I what I went through. They can they can filter that however they liked, but they can certainly gained some insight from this. I've had I've had some people including a couple of different women that have cried reading the book and said by God, it's given us closure on this. And thank you very much. That's very flattering. I had one professor call me is very well known mentioned his name on the air. But. He read the book, and he knows everybody knows everybody around Reverend. He said, I think this is the best most important book written on this matter. And I it's extremely complementary. I I don't know what to say to that other than thank you for taking the time to read it. But I hope that it can make can help us make better decisions. I hope we can become better informed country. And as a better informed country. We can make better decisions as Americans and reflect who we want to be and where we're going at this point. Are you glad that this information came into your possession? I to be to be honest, George. I I used to curse it every day. I mean, it was it was just a curse to have this knowledge and to be and this up this way to be put upon me. And I can only imagine what Bobby Kennedy had gone through. And of course, Jackie too. I read a I read a level at a love letter that was before Dallas between the Jackie Kennedy, and and John F Kennedy and their their thoughts about each other. And how they really loved you. Each other. It wasn't just a letter of of standard duties of what was happening. It was it was very heartfelt, and they will try for another child. And of course, the tragedy that happened in Dallas Jackie Kennedy at that time must have been just unbelievable and for and for Robert Kennedy to hold what he knew in his heart and not go after any Benjamin's for his brother, but to think of the country and the betterment of the American people at just an incredible act of heroism and patriotism involved in all of this. Of course, if we wanna thank you for being on the program. How do people get the book the inheritance? Well, they can go to our website, which is a CMO Fulton that uh dot com dot com. And of course, there's more information about it different quotes, what people had to say. And then there's a short video that will give you some more insight on what's happening. I'm Vincent Moscow. Some documents that appears in the back of the book from the Justice department and other things that were happening at a time. Ronald Reagan big involved, but certainly involved with this.

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11:32 min | 2 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Our I of course, is Christopher Fulton co author with his wife Michelle the book is called the inheritance. If you are JFK buff, though, this is must keep book for you to have Christopher. Let's talk a little bit more about this than get into the evidence. That was given to you. When it was given to you. And you started looking at over. Did it shock you? Yes. And one thing I'd like to bring up Georgia just discuss what an honor and a privilege. It was that was that was the first person to listen to president Kennedy secret Oval Office recordings that were made nineteen sixty two and sixty three and it was a, you know, president Kennedy had decided to do that at a covert way in the Oval Office at a cabinet room. So that he could keep people on record because he had gone into such a different direction than the Pentagon and the intelligence services had been directed to do. And here's this young. Unbelievable constitutional president coming in and deciding attorneys presidency around in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and take the world of different direction. And this is a a brilliant brilliant, man. And it was a it was an honor to listen to these first hand, and I can tell you from doing. So that this man love this country love this country and love the people in it. It's a it's moving just even thinking about I was gonna say must've been emotional to listen to those tapes. Yes, certainly was and it's just been a twenty four year experience for me. And the of course, what he went through and what he sacrificed for this country, and what his brother tried to do and sacrificed his life. Vietnam. It unfortunate sidebar of that ten year plan program that came out of the Pentagon and end up the president didn't want any parts. What did he wanted to? You know, we thought it would be their own warnings gonna pull back on advisers and sixty forty said he was going to be the least popular president and history with his own government. But of course, he didn't get a chance to do that. But the, but that war was the show I resolved with Russia was there to stop spread of communism in east southeast Asia. But of course, the at the same time it was really there to show how resolving Wiki ruthless with women and children. So the Russians how how we could we could be and of course, present Kelly. Part of that gonna push back and not go into that. But without the Kennedy brothers being there. Nixon had been there and place. I think we would have gone to a new exchange with Russia and the world would have been a very different place. Very sad place in my opinion. Christopher in a very ironic way. I don't know how many people have told you, but you sound like Bobby Kennedy when you talk. You said that to you. I've never had said to me before. No, you've got a little bit of his inflections there. So the the evidence that you saw was it related directly to the assassination or was it evidence that affected the United States and its relations with the Soviet Union. Well, there's there's bits of everything. I mean, it was they were talking about a very large amount of material. Maybe one hundred thousand documents and personal inside information that came from Bobby Kennedy and came to Evelyn Lincoln. And of course, the large majority of Bobby Kennedy's papers are still being withheld by his widow the they had. They are in conflict with the family themselves, and how it's going to be resolved and some of the issues there are still up serious concern. But this book certainly starts to address those that was held by Evelyn Lincoln. You know, for example, you know, there's last thing that the president wrote on Air Force One. He was coming into love field. And that he was gonna add that to a speech the trade mart, which was government reform, which we have going forward, which is a secret code piece of information that was going to add to notify Khrushchev Jeff intention of what we're going to do in in Cuba, and how that was going to be resolved yet work this this president had to work outside the parameters of his intelligence services on the government for peaceful future. And it was a very difficult process for him. And he was always concerned that somebody would subvert. He's orders in World War. Three will kick off regardless. He went to great lengths to try to stop that he paid for it. What is like what would you say? Christopher was the most compelling form of evidence that you looked at with that one of those. Oh my God moments. Well, there's there were several of those. But the what the the biggest was the evidence that I had in my possession that Robert Kennedy had utilized with the Russians which came out of hospital. As when president Kennedy was taken the end. There was a security officers headed to pieces of evidence that that afternoon. One was a bullet. It'd come off a stretcher which they labeled c three ninety nine. And in other words, a Cardi wristwatch for Jacqueline given to him that morning to wear because he didn't have anything else to wear the a lot of material was withheld from him that afternoon, but I won't get into that sin book with the wristwatch was used by Robert Kennedy's to show that there was a forensics involved in more than one shooter involved in Dallas. The other bullet was used to to sell the best truth in public. Keep us out of war. So the, you know, it's interesting you've got to two pieces of evidence to pieces of key parts of American history. One man's pocket. One goes one direction. One goes the other. It's just. One of those moments Christopher where you just have to shake your head with the things that had happened with the evidence. How much of it points to specifically the mob in a mob hit on president Kennedy? Well, I think you get into those situations, of course, the mob was utilized during World War Two to help us win the war. And then of course, they were used after the war to to do what they were necessary to take care of things that they were good at. And of course, they were certainly in play a part of the Kennedy at time period. They were they were in place to be utilized in Cuba. Cuba, was certainly a catalyst. What was going on with Russia, and the they were they were in place to be to be exercised for that. So Lyndon Johnson was also part of that world. So of course, they were they were involved in this in that capacity. Christopher Fulton with this book is called the inheritance poison fruit of JFK's assassination. Tell me about the subtitle. Poisoned fruit. Is a legal term, and basically has to do with whether the evidence would be tendered in court. Now, of course, the Justice department told me that that they were not following this up that they've been given full discretion in in the Kennedy matter, and they ended up the way the Janet Reno's office was looking at it with that they were gonna there was no prosecutions of at the end of the day and this and so that they weren't going to pursue any any of this. As a matter of there's new evidence tendered or not it's not gonna be knocking gonna be entered in. And of course, Robert Kennedy very much wanted to keep the chain of evidence in plays at some point. This could be looked at in history. But the like I say the Justice department has no interest in pursuing this case. And it was the only way that this would be looked at as if the Kennedy family member came forth with you at Princeton. And they went through the state of Texas. But of course, that was never on the table. That was never brought up with me or or anybody else. What did you eventually do Christopher with the evidence? Robert Robert white was subpoenaed by the Justice department, and he was very broad based document which pulled the end of the subpoena. I was I was required by law to coming to testify in front of the board. He testified from the AARP, but the, but what they did is they made him sign agreements with the Justice department under seal along with the Kennedy family, and of course, some of the key evidence that he possessed we'll take him by the FBI about three different occasions that this happened in nineteen ninety eight and subsequently on from there. But the nose up pieces of evidence were classified under the security oversight office, and then the American people don't get to see that. And of course, my evidence was transferred in nineteen ninety eight and one of the things I'm supposed to just talk around is what happened to that? But. Since the I'm sorry. I'll continue I'll just further right up. Just looked at me. I was supposed to testify at my evidence was such a sex change the official narrative. So they they decided to issue a sealed warrant indicted for me and under under that use a something that occurred at a federal Bank or Bank in the Potomac I-. I falsified income statement in nineteen ninety two and they use utilize that to pull me in to covertly. Yeah. Get me into interrogation sessions enclosed interrogation with the Justice party intelligence community over this. Rather than make it a public issue. Did they put you away for a little bit? Yeah. I did. I get a they were actually threatening with fifty years of time. Cheese. Yeah. Fifty years, which means the federal government. They can do what they will. But as you as you if you have initial face charge, and every time I use my ATM machine or anything that I did like that was another charge was it not count. So as as it wound up, you you got a fifty year time span involved in their how has it been for you? Since this episode Christopher. I mean, my light. Okay. It's changed forever. And I just not a day that goes by that. I don't think about this. And I've I've had you know, what when I was in prison. Sometimes I wake up in a nightmare and think I was out. Of course, I wake up and horrific situation. But and then what I've been out. I've I've I've had dreams where I've been back inside. And it's a it's a it's been a long road. I when I when I first got out of maximum security situations that they had me, and I couldn't write I couldn't write properly. I was shaking so bad. I think clearly the trauma of it all is if it's a. No different than I saw people die. It's how people go out for people in Jacksonville were taken out. I've seen people die in front of me. So it it changes your life. A great writer wrote the foreword introduction to your book. Dick, Russell who writes a lot with our dear friend, Jesse Ventura and. You know? So you've got some heavy support here behind this. Where does it go from here? Christopher beyond the book. What happens to the information? Well, we are hopes is that, you know, the we can inform the country on on on things that was the Lincoln thought, you know, that the country deserved information wasn't allowed to know. And of course, that's that's correct. And Bobby Bobby Kennedy had reached the Oval Office sixty eight he would have informed the American public. I think he made a fantastic speech in California there, and if you've ever listened to that speech, I heard somebody do so it was like if you listen to the words this man was saying it's it's a different was written today. I you know, you'd vote for him right now. But the. He was out there. What happened to his brother, and he answered that question, and it kind of a. Unscheduled way. And that that really broke somebody agreements that he had made. And he was he was he had made agreements to to keep them weren't commission that solid had signs an agreement that effect and that he would not discuss this. He'd plant the evidence at park it in. And that would be the only shot a gain the White House and sixty eight of course, he would have notified the American public that there was a Q and take over power this country and pushes brother, Andrew corner. And that's exactly what he would have done. So I hope that by telling this to the American people and sharing with the experiences. I what I went through. They can they can filter that however, they like, but they can certainly gain some insight from this. I've had I've had some people including a couple of different women that have cried reading the book and said my God, it's given us close you're on this..

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"andrew corner" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"The hospitallers what seven hundred eight hundred years ago in jerusalem translate opts word that the red cross and all the comes from belgian red cross orders crucifixions removed from its buildings fang that it's not culturally sensitive to be christian club christians pay for it they build it all the groups get taken over the seminaries you've taken over all the groups could taken over the eu saying you can't have nationalistic names for your football teams resumed i gotta change those you've got to give up all of your culture swedish government the band websites that list ethnic origin of criminal suspects and a rush people this is the government announcing this talk about the muslim reputation the the shuttle fox news ergun that's the dictator turkey recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital is a red line for muslims they we know everybody who isn't a muslim is a red line for you we got we got it okay and then you're all blown each other up constantly fighting over who's in charge you can't build a civilization now as you're always and power struggles we got it sean that's just some of the news on that front i can't move to saudi arabia i can't move too both these muslim countries now collier's has announced he is retiring he liber saying he was this morning now it's been announced we have that clip coming up on the other side of this quick break i'm alex shows your host but the globalist have looked to the demographics of islam 3 billion people soon and they've made the decision to sell us out to it to you under stand period that's why i'm harping on muslims all the time because they have now been chosen weapon this is michael david from seattle i'm fifty one years old and six months ago i started taking andro400 queen crease microscopes grown since then i've lost thirty five pounds of fat and my waste went from size thirty eight thirty two i have more energy and i look and feel twenty years younger and now my wife tells me i have to take andro400 i this is ron johnson from utah after we could pay andro400 i lost thirteen thousand my waste went from thirty six to thirty three that was eight years ago i continued to take andrew corner at me hang my weight at one hundred seventy two gained muscle in energy i'm sixty three now and feel better.

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"andrew corner" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Israel figured out for an hour we will work that at all so he i'm looking forward to figuring this out with you i think if he really fun it will be cool and monthly's i'm i'm good with coaches good coroner's andrews corner all right well i'll put some thought into that as well like excellent man are at my brother for your this is a really really a pleasure i tell ya um just from the first time that we met in a two people that live life on the top rather than on the bottom is really important my father always said and here's the last word right yeah i dynamite stuck it in my father always tell me said if you never want to run outta gas realize that it's just as easy to keep the top half of the tank fall is it is the bottom half and so for two people to keep the top half of our tanks full i love working with you feelings mutual flashy plus you peace peace and satin alliance nama stay wellness they non plantbased i all right right all right go good johnson come on are you serious i mean i don't even know what to say other than the fact that that man is just a beautiful amazing gift to humanity my right i think i'll might i really hope you enjoyed that as much as i did the please let us know on social media what you thought of the conversation and also if you would be keen on a more regular guru corner addition of the show i think that could be really cool and really fun and also what you think about the idea of us creating an online class or program together because i think that could be really great as well i should say that our conversation is also on video in available on youtube you can check that out a ucomforwardrich role also police subscribed to my channel there and i would encourage all of you to sign up for grew sings daily email it's a great way to help set your intention each morning you can sign up for that on his websitegrewsingcom also check out his memoir buried treasures it's an amazing.

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"andrew corner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Life and he can't reduce your pay it's not just the supreme court this is a common popular misconception all i mean capital a l l all federal judges were nominated by the presidency and confirmed by the senate all of them appointed for life you can't reduce their pay okay so president bill clinton put a lot of judges on the bench president bill clinton wanted to put even more judges on the bench but of a republican felony jesse helms who is now long since gone jesse helms was an open racist republican from north carolina jesse helms blocked a lot of bill clinton's judicial appointments until they made a deal wonderful deal however bill clinton digging a of judges on the bench and three of them formed the panel that dealt with the trump travel ban that we're talking about now bill clinton appointed michael daily hawkins ronald gould and richard pie is all three of them of course no fairly obvious members of the democratic party or certainly leaning in that direction and the issue before the court today was is the trump travel ban dan on muslims from six nations being interpreted too narrowly that's what you heard from josh gerstein a political they were basically saying it's got to be like just the mommy the dadian again brothers well here's what the ninth circuit said today quote it is hard to see how a grandparent grandchild aunt uncle niece nephew sibling in law or cousin can be considered to have no bona fide would not grandparents not create children not hanson uncles right so this is the ninth circuit today and that's would that senior legal analyst segment is about the ninth circuit today said while this case is sitting up at the supreme court and that's when andrew corner cbs news was tom in by while this case it and it's free port we still have to administer this thing and so what.

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"andrew corner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"His sister i do believe it was her sisterinlaw was over in china peddling these things had got caught on tape well now there are subpoenas to the kushner companies of bow apparently i guess that is the subject there the potential a illegality of peddling may be illegality that's why you issue subpoenas to get evidence and so that was last night yet the wall street journal reporting that there were the subpoenas to the kushner companies about this the visas in the selling of the visas to wealthy people if you invest money in the us and of course you're going to invest these uh you know you're going to invest this in in the in the kushner companies reagan invest a million dollars the kushner companies and we'll give you because you know who's in the white house and we're so related to a mortgaga nice a greencard so that is the first thing that came out last night but then just a little while before we started our show here this afternoon cobb boom here comes the evidence it andrew cohen is talking about ways not really evidence here comes the information that andrew corner cbs talking about which is now we have the special council apparently in panelling his own grand jury and who knows where he's going with this but as you heard andrew cohen say and he's right if there is nothing there there is not really going to be a grand jury even more interesting is that there have been leaks apparent leaks in rumors that the special counsel robert muller is going after donald trump's financial entanglements with russia going back years and of course he's already looking at manafort in flynn and they've got all kinds of financial times so all of this has got to be making donald trump very very angry and very very nervous because donald trump knows what he's done and bit yeah with him dictating the false story on air force one dictating the false story about what happened.

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"andrew corner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"andrew corner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I think we can people flexible with a thing that's gonna do for gonna calls president trump as a ball is schmoe still president obama's climate change mandate good or bad good ignore some people with this i you know can you to pollution i don't want to go there i don't think bid to see you to the issue it's whether it's methane from after we get it it's cracking you know waste quarter big injected back into the ground is just that's who you'd seem to me and i think we have the technology good good off with gas and it decade in a decade if we can it could its intensity you know if keys because i i chose by the end of a decade you know talk could take that kind of career this is going to be in this country and i just told this planet or to awful for you and two it's a staple in the g he could do it you know what i had hopes are you know it's going to get in sixty days before do it but i don't i don't think because the cold maybe scott issues need to be push to get that what it is fifty six point five multiple down on the league average but here twenty twenty five i mean with the kind of internal combustion we had and and the dreaded nation's attack go into right now the road cars that's nearly impossible nearly impossible and let's be goal that could and i like to see you laugh so maybe you know pretty defeated you guys but i don't know if you were brilliantly light our and there i do know i'm not going to go driver list though i'll tell you that's going to the whole goal a lot and i will only ended andrew corner just so that the man and let's take some calls for your let's taken up by going to nolan of riverside california to get things started paying no go ahead i can't thank you and i think you know the line i mean it's twelve and lenny with any lot i think we're now the night it special interested you could thank and a lot of a pat.

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