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"charles branch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

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"charles branch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Four fifty forty. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there than they get back in the car with the Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started to think something strange here. What do you think? Not until he got not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange heat of challenge this right? They were taking. I I know from the book is that. Two chapters are spent on the Hoffa hit the book is a biography of a very fascinating charismatic, man. What she wants hopper saw Frank fearing. He felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me the hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French urine. Wow. Very very interesting, man. A very very much a hassle man. His Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material. Around you know, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI report that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel steal my Cup. Who did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said, no to the Russell buffalo Lino oppa would have been just as dead, and he'd have gone to Australia with them. He'd have been gone to. She killed and he would have been. And he knew that he wasn't given an option you do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair and did a little dance and was delighted. Well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is his comment to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now. And that was that was the end game. We and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he even go she aided a nationwide contract master freight agreement. So that his his truckers no matter where they were they made the same wage as as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country one negotiation. It was amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off. And it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters. Pay pay increases and when their benefits rise the rest of the country and begins to take on that that same. Approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today. Pablo were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was speaking. Was distinctly Hoffa. And every American would would hear just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And it would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did Bob? Why did Bobby Kennedy hated Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire, and he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials put the cups on Carlos Marcello, but a monoplane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped him in a jungle that night. They dumped him in a jungle broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after sixty two years old. He was fat. You know, your short about five to Jesus he got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars tax, lien and. That's the thing is going to get killed or in the case of the mafia. And the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if you if you cut the tail of a dog, you don't kill it. Mind of the dog. I'm convinced Charles that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI at the time that the JFK was killed knew all about this. Why didn't he say anything about it? Milwaukee knew all about which part about the mob being involved in the JFK assassination and everything else. I think. Okay. Hoover Hoover denied the existence of the mob for decades. He claimed there was no such thing as organized crime and then events historic American events such as the the meeting at Appalachian, the nineteen fifty seven where where it's shown in a movie of all things a comedy of analyze that. They showed that that raid on on the Joe Barbara housing Appalachian. And all of a sudden, we're all reading in the paper, I was in high school to time look at this look at all these gangsters sixty some odd were arrested. They must be connected, somehow, it really much the organized crime somehow and Hoover was was being greeted by this kind of information and began to weaken began to admit, well, maybe the ridge organized crime and the biggest the biggest coup was the Joe Bilacci testimony of lachey was a member of the game of the Genovese crime family, and he turned he turned on Vito, Geno vs and testified for. Bobby Kennedy before congress and gave up the mafia's deepest darkest secrets. And so now Hoover was was worn out. He was worn down. And he created a program to go after organized crime in the FBI, and those those are people I worked with on onto other books. One was Donnie Brasco unfinished business and where I worked with real Donnie Brasco Joe for stone. And the other book was we're gonna win this thing where I where I work with Linda Vecchio, the the case agent for the mafia commission case, and and those those guys were very valuable very tough FBI agents and did quite a job on the mafia. You've done some great work. Do you think the mob might have been involved in Robert F Kennedy's assassination? No, I personally, don't I? And I I've seen. Documentary or to and not not very persuasive. I I know you introduced me as a homicide investigator. What I was I investigated or had a hand in the investigation of over fifty of them, and as the chief deputy for the state of Delaware, and the kinds of things that were said in the documentary that I saw about Bobby Kennedy were nonsense. Let's take some calls here for you. Charles is hours flying by will go west of the Rockies Ray in Exeter. California's with us highway go ahead. Hey, George how you doing? Doing great good. Go ahead. You're on what Charles Brandt. Yeah. Well, I watch your book at Barnes and noble about six months ago, Mr. Brandt, but I think I'm gonna buy it. Now. It's a great read Ray, you'll love it. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, they element of organized crime. You know, and like the JFK D on everything, you know. I mean, everybody who's read anything about it knows that, you know, the organized crime you had to be involved at some point. And because of ruby. I mean, just ruby here and. I was just wondering, you know. Do you think that organized crime was really behind that? Or do you think that they were involved in it that everything else that went on, you know, the cover up and the continuing cover up, and so much that happens, you know, indicating that, you know, there might have been influences beyond organized crime that will also helping and behind in ice climbing made that population in Dallas possible, you think that the mobs wall was just maybe more of kind of an indirect operational role. With Cuban exiles to do was actually somebody else really directing and moving around on the board kinda like pawns. Well, if you make it too complicated. You don't get a hit it. It's gotta be short and simple. The the the mafia. Generally speaking, they they don't shoot anybody other than the person they can get within eighteen inches up. But there are occasionally high-powered rifles killings. Like Bugsy Siegel. Beverly hills. I believe that the mafia as Frank taught me that the mafia was behind the hit. They did something they do in Sicily called get a nut got not Lee Harvey Oswald and and got him to do the shooting. And that that's what I personally believe. But the evidence for it. Comes comes from the mouth of French and to me on tape the tape, and then came corroboration of what I just told you it was corroborated brilliantly into FBI reports from nineteen eighty nine were released after the law change in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and mandated the the gradual release of records and these two records FBI records show that Carlos Marcello was behind the killing. Yup. And traffic Kante he might evolve to. Well, yes. But the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello are also to assassination plans that were warranted. Because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard I I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that. It does. Is not involved. Thanks ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks and very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hof f we left him one dimensional and just with his relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle and this goes back World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave and forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept this. So in forty seven there was a law passed called path Hartley, which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was an incredible organizer before he ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolved of of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening and labor law. I I think you're right. Jay, go ahead, Charles. Well, we're we're French Sharon alive today. He'd be applauding what you're saying. Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worship heartfelt worship the good that operated for the union and for the working people of the country. I mean Hoffa in in a fiber called ding, Jack Nicholson play in the movie. Yes. He did movie called Hoffa. Yeah. Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. Yards from an told me that his depiction of Jack Nicholson's depiction of operas was very very good. Yeah. Good authentic. He's good and great. And I remember Hoffa soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson and the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank..

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"charles branch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:45 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fifty forty. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book has called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started to think something strange here. What do you think? Not until he got to not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange. He'd have challenged this, right? They were taking. I I know from the book is. To chapters are spent on the hoffy hit the book is a biography of a very fascinating charismatic, man. Once he wants office saw Frank Sheeran. Felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me the hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French Sheeran. Wow. Very very interesting, man. I'm very very much. A man is Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material. Drove around, you know, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI report that had him making a comment. I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel and steal my Cup. Did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said, no to the Russell buffalo. Lino opera would have been just as dead, and he'd have gone to Australia with him. He'd have been able to bed. Go onto g. He would have been killed and he would have been and he knew that he wasn't given an option. You do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair in did a little dance was delighted, well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is his comment to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now and that was the that was the end game. And I we and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he even goes today, a nationwide contract the master freight agreement so that his his truckers no matter where they were it made the same wage as as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country, one negotiation, and it was an amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off and it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters pay pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country begins to take on that that same. Approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today if I were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was hafa speaking, he was distinctly Hoffa and every American would would here. Just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And it would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did Bob? Why did Bobby Kennedy hated Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire, and he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials put the cups on Carlos Marcello, but a monoplane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped them in a jungle that night, they dumped him in a junk broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after and it was sixty two years old. He was fat. You know short you about five to Jesus you got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred fifty thousand dollars, tax, lien and. That's kind of thing is going to get either you killed or in the case of the mafia. And the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if you if you cut the tails of a dog, you don't kill it. I'm of the dog. I'm convinced Charles that J Edgar Hoover the head of the FBI at the time. The JFK was killed knew all about this. Why didn't he say anything about it? You know about which part about the mob being involved in the JFK assassination at everything else. I think okay. Hoover Hoover denied the existence of the mob for decades. He claimed there was no such thing as organized crime and then events historic American events such as the the meeting and Appalachian in nineteen fifty seven. Where where it's shown in a movie opens a comedy analyze that. They showed that that raid on on the Joe Barbara housing Appalachian. And all of a sudden, we're all reading the paper. I was in high school to time look at this look at all these gangsters sixty some odd were arrested. They must be connected somehow, it really must be organized crime. Somehow and Hoover was was being greeted by this kind of information and began to weaken he began to admit, well, maybe the ridge organized crime and the biggest the biggest coup was the Joe Bilacci testimony. Lachey was a member of the game of the Genovese crime family. And he he turns he turned on Vito Genovese and testified for Bobby Kennedy before congress and gave up the mafia's deepest darkest secrets. And so now Hoover was was worn out. He was worn down. And he created a program to go after organized crime in the FBI, and those those are people I worked with on onto other books. One was Donnie Brasco unfinished business where I worked with the real Donnie Brasco Joe for stone. And the other book was we're gonna win this thing where I where I work with Linda Vecchio, the the case agent for the mafia commission case, and and those those guys were very valiant very tough FBI agents and did quite a job on the mafia. You've done some great work. Do you think the mob might have been involved in Robert F Kennedy's assassination? No, I personally, don't I? And I I've seen a documentary to and not not very persuasive. I I know you introduced me as a homicide investigator. What I was I investigated or had a hand in the investigation of over fifty of them, and as the chief deputy for the state of Delaware. And the kinds of things that were said in the documentary that I saw about Bobby Kennedy were nonsense. Are let's take some calls here for Charles. This hour's flying by will go west of the Rockies Ray Exeter. California's with highway go ahead. Hey, George how you doing? Doing great good. Go ahead. You're on what Charles Brandt. Yeah. Well, I most watch your book at Barnes and noble about six months ago, Mr. Brandt, but I think I'm gonna buy it. Now, I always think it's a great read rate. You'll love it. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, they element of organized crime. You know, and like the JFK deal on everything, you know. I mean, everybody who's read anything about it knows that, you know, the organized crime you had to be involved at some point, and because of ruby just ruby here and. I was just wondering, you know. Do you think that organized crime was really behind that? Or do you think that they were involved in it that with everything else that went on, you know, butt cover up and the continuing cover up, and so much that happens, you know, indicating that, you know, there might have been influences beyond organized crime that will also helping and behind in ice, climbing that'd be bad population in Dallas possible, you think that the mobs wall was just maybe more of kind of an indirect operational role with Cuban exiles, and to do was actually somebody else really directing and moving them around on the board kinda like pawns? Well, if you make it too complicated. You don't get a hit. It's it's gotta be short and simple. The the the mafia. Generally speaking, they they don't shoot anybody other than the person they can get within eighteen inches up. But there are occasionally high powered rifle killings like Bugsy Siegel Beverly Hills. I I believe that the mafia as Frank taught me that the mafia was behind the hit. They did something they do in Sicily called get a nut not Lee Harvey Oswald and and got him to do the shooting. And that that's what I personally believe. But the evidence for it. Comes comes from the mouth of frontier and to me on tape, the FBI as my tapes, and then came corroboration of what I just told you it was corroborated brilliantly into FBI reports from nineteen eighty nine were released after the law change in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and mandated the gradual release of records and these two records F B I records show that Carlos Marcello was behind the killing. Yup. And traffic Kante he might have been involved too. Well, yes. But the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello, weren't there are also two assassination plans that were throated because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard I I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that those. He was not involved. Thanks ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks, and I'm very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hof f we left him one dimensional and just with his relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle and this goes back World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave and forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept there. So on forty seven. There was a law passed called Taft, partly which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was an incredible organizer before you ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolved of of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening and labor law. No, I think you're right. Jay, go ahead, Charles. Well, we're we're Frank Sharon alive today. He'd be applauding what you're saying. Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worship heartfelt worship the good that op it did for the union and for the working people of the country. I mean Hoffa in a fiber called didn't Jack Nicholson playoff in the movie. Yes. He did a movie called Hoffa. Yeah. Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. Yards. From an told me that his depiction of oppa Jack Nicholson's depiction of office was very very good. Good. He's good and great. And I remember Hoffa soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank..

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"charles branch" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on KGO 810

"And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started to think something strange here. What do you think? Not not until he got not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange. He'd have challenged this, right? They were taking. I I know from the book is. Who to chapters are spent on the Hoffa hit the book is a biography of a very fascinating charismatic, man. Once he wants office saw Frank Sheeran. He felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me. The kids felt the sun rose and set on French hearing, very very interesting man, and very very much. Awesome, man. His Lincoln was decorated with hopper. Material around, you know, and he was famous. He did there was an FBI reports that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel skill Mike. Did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said no to to Russell buffalo. Lino oppa would have been just your dad, and he'd have gone to Australia with him. He'd have been gone to g he would have been killed, and he would've been and he knew that he wasn't given an option. You do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair in did a little dance and was delighted well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is his comment to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now and that was the that was the end game. We we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he he negotiated a nationwide contract the master freight agreement show that his his truckers no matter where they were it made the same wage as as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country one negotiation. It was an amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off and it did an awful lot. So the American working people because when the Teamsters pay pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country begins to take on that that same. Approach to whatever the issue was. And I'm not so sure were alive today if I were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was speaking. He was distinctly Hoffa. And every American would would hear just how important it was stabbed whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And it would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did Bob? Why did Bobby Kennedy hated Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know that what he was doing against organized crime was going to backfire, and he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen. He was by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials put the cups on Carlos Marcello, but a monoplane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in bought a Malla. They dumped them in a jungle. They they dumped in a junk broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America. After was sixty two years old. He was fat short about five to Jesus he got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars tax lien. And that's kind of thing is gonna get either your killed or in the case of the mafia. And the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if you if you cut the tail of a dog, you don't kill it..

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"charles branch" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

14:45 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on WRVA

"Fifty forty. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must've started the think something strange here. What do you think? Not until he got not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange he'd have challenge this, right? They were taking. I I know from the book is. To chapters spent on the Hoffa hit the book is a biography of a very fascinating charismatic, man. What she wants officer Frank fearing, he felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me the hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French urine. Wow. Very very interesting, man. I'm very very much a hassle man. His Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material. Around you know, and he he's was famous. He did. There was an FBI report that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel and steal my coupling. Who did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said no to Russell buffalo. Lino hopper would have been just as dad, and he'd have gone to Australia with him. He'd have been gone to g. He would have been killed and he would have been. And he knew that he wasn't given an option. You do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair and did a little dance and was delighted well, I heard stories like that the the one I like best is is comment to a radio interviewer was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now and that was the that was the end game. And we and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he he negotiated a nationwide contract, the master freight agreement show that his his truckers no matter where they were it made the same wage as as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country one megotiating, and it was an amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off and it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters pay pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country begins to take on that that same. Approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today. Bob were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was hafa speaking. Distinctly Hoffa, and every American would would hear just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. There would be no debate about it. And would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did why did Bobby Kennedy hate Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know that what he was doing against organized crime was going to backfire, and he just kept doing it. It was if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen. He was by birth, and he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day immigration officials put the cuffs on Carlos Marcello, but a monoplane took him to Guatemala and said damn, well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped them in a jungle that night. They they dumped him in a jungle broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after and he was sixty two years old. He was fat short about five to g. He was greeted with an eight hundred fifty thousand dollars, tax, lien and. That's the thing is going to get either you killed or in the case of the mafia. And the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if you if you cut the tail of a dog, you don't kill it. I'm of the dog. I'm convinced Charles that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI at the time that the JFK was killed knew all about this. Why didn't he say anything about it? Milwaukee knew all about which part about the mob being involved in the JFK assassination and everything else. I think I Hoover Hoover denies the existence of the mob for decades. He claimed there was no such thing as organized crime and then events historic American events such as the the meeting at Appalachian in nineteen fifty seven where where it's shown in a movie of all things comedy analyze that. They showed that that raid on the Joe Barbara house in Appalachian, and all of a sudden, we're all reading in the paper, I was in high school to time look at this look at all these gangsters sixty some odd were arrested. They must be connected somehow, it really must be organized crime. Somehow and Hoover was was being greeted by this kind of information and began to weaken he began to admit, well, maybe there is working is crime. And the biggest the biggest coup was the job lachey testimony as the Laci was a member of the game of the Genovese crime family, and he turned he turned on Vito. Genovese and testified for. Bobby Kennedy before congress and gave up the mafia's deepest darkest secrets. And so now Hoover was was worn out. He was worn down. And he created a program to go after organized crime in the FBI, and those those are people I worked with on onto other books. One was Donnie Brasco unfinished business where I worked with the real Donnie Brasco, Joe Pistone book was we're gonna win this thing where I where I work with Linda Vecchio, the the case agent for the mafia commission case, and and those those guys were very valuable very tough FBI agents and did quite a job on the mafia. You've done some great work. Do you think the mob might have been involved in Robert F Kennedy's assassination? No, I personally, don't I? And I I've seen. A documentary two and not very persuasive. I I know you introduced me as a homicide investigator. What I was I investigated or had a hand in the investigation of over fifty of them, and as the chief deputy for the state of Delaware, and the kinds of things that were said in the documentary that I saw about Bobby Kennedy were nonsense. All right. Let's take some calls here for Charles does hours flying by will go west of the Rockies Ray Exeter. California's with us highway go ahead. Hey, George how you doing? Doing great good. Go ahead. You're on what Charles Brandt. Yeah. Well, almost bite your book at Barnes and noble about six months ago, Mr. Brandt, but I think I'm gonna buy it. Now. It's a great read Ray, you'll love it. Thank you. No way. The element of organized crime. You know, and like the JFK D on everything, you know. I mean, everybody who's read anything about it knows that, you know, the organized crime you had to be involved at some point. And because of movie, I mean, just ruby here and. I was just wondering, you know. Do you think that organized crime was really behind that? Or do you think that they were involved in it that everything else that went on, you know, the cover up in the continuing cover up, and so much that happens, you know, indicating that you know, there might have been influences beyond organized crime that will also helping and behind in ice climate made that operation in Dallas possible. You think that the mobs wall was just maybe more of kind of an indirect operational role with Cuban exiles, and to do was actually somebody else really directing and moving them around on the board kinda like pawns? Well, if you make it too complicated. You don't get a hit. It's gotta be short and simple. The the the mafia generally speaking, they don't shoot anybody other than the person they can get within eighteen inches up. But there there are occasionally high-powered rifles killings. Like Bugsy Siegel Beverly Hills. I believe that the mafia as Frank taught me that the mafia was behind the hit. They did something they do in Sicily called get a nut a not in Lee Harvey Oswald, and and got him to do the shooting. And that that's what I personally believe what the the evidence for it. Comes comes from the mouth of French here. And to me on tape, the FBI as my tapes, and then came corroboration of what I just told you it was corroborated brilliantly into FBI reports from nineteen eighty nine were released after the law change in nineteen ninety two and a mandated the the gradual release of records and these two records FBI records show that Carlos Marcello was behind the killing. Yup. And traffic Kante he might have been involved too. Well, yes. But the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello, weren't there are also two assassination plans that were thwarted because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard I I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that those. He was not involved. Thanks ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks and very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hof f we left him one dimensional and just what is relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle and this goes back World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave and forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept this. So in forty seven there was a law passed called path, partly which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was an incredible organizer before he ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolved of of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening in labor law. I think you're right. Jay, go ahead, Charles. Well, we're we're French urine alive today. He'd be applauding. What you're saying? Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worshiped worship the good that offer did for the union and for the working people of the country. I mean Hoffa in in a fiber called didn't Jack Nicholson playoff in the movie. Yes. He did a movie called Hoffa. Yeah. Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. Yards from an told me that his depiction of oppa Jack Nicholson's depiction of office was very very good. Yeah. He's a great guy. And I remember Hoffa soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson in the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank..

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"Four fifty forty. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started to think something strange here. What do you think? Not not until he got not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange he'd have challenge this, right? They were taking. I I know from the book is that. To chapters have spent on the Hoffa hit the book is a biography of a very fascinating charismatic, man. What's he wants officer? Frank sheeran? Felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me the hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French hearing. Wow, very very interesting, man. I'm very very much a hassle man. His Lincoln was decorated with hopper material. Around you know, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI report that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel and skill my Cup. Did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said no to to Russell buffalo. Lino opera would have been just as dad, and he'd have gone to Australia with him. He'd have been gone to g. He would have been killed and he would have been. And he knew that was he wasn't given an option. You do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair and did a little dance and was delighted. Well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is is comment to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now and that was that was the end game. And we and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep American moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he's gonna go. She ate a nationwide contract master freight agreement. So that is is truckers no matter where they were they made the same wage as as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country, one negotiation, and it was it was amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off and it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters, hey, pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country begins to take on that that same approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today were alive during the debate on healthcare. If first of all every American would note was hafa speaking, it was distinctly Hoffa, and every American would would hear just how. Important. It was stabbed whatever it was. And Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And it would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it right. It would be it would be done. Right. Why did why did Bobby Kennedy hate Hoffer so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know that what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire, and he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen. He was by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials put the cops on Carlos Marcello put him on a plane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped them in a jungle that night. They dumped him in a jungle broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after and it was sixty two years old. He was fat. You know short you by five to Jesus he got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred fifty thousand dollars, tax, lien and. That's of thing is going to get killed or in the case of the mafia. And the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if you if you cut the tail of a dog, you don't kill it might of the dog. I'm convinced Charles that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI at the time that the JFK was killed knew all about this. Why didn't he say anything about it? Milwaukee knew all about which part about the mob being involved in the JFK assassination and everything else. I think. Okay. Hoover. Hoover denies the existence of the mob for decades. He claimed there was no such thing as organized crime and then events historic American events such as the the meeting apple lake in the nineteen fifty seven where where it's shown in a movie of all things comedy analyze that. They showed that that raid on on the Joe Barbara house in Appalachian, and all of a sudden, we're all reading in the paper, I was in high school to time look at this look at all these gangsters sixty some odd were arrested. They must be connected somehow, it really must be organized crime. Somehow and Hoover was was being greeted by this kind of information and began to weaken he began to admit, well, maybe there is working ice crime. And the biggest the biggest coup was the job lachey testimony of the Laci was a member of the game of the Genovese crime family, and he he turned he turned on Vito Genovese and testified for. Bobby Kennedy before congress and gave up the mafia's deepest darkest secrets. And so now Hoover was was worn out. He was worn down. And he created a program to go after organized crime in the FBI, and those those are people I worked with on onto other books. One was Donnie Brasco unfinished business where I work with the real Donnie Brasco Joe Pistone. And the other book was we're gonna win this thing where I where I work with. Vecchio the the case agent for the mafia commission case, and and those those guys were very valuable very tough FBI agents and did quite a job on the mafia. You've done some great work. Do you think the mob might have been involved in Robert F Kennedy's assassination? No, I personally, don't I? And I I've seen a documentary to and not very persuasive. I I know you introduced me as a homicide investigator. What I watch I investigated or had a hand in the investigation of over fifty of them and as chief deputy for the state of Delaware. And the kinds of things that were said in the documentary. I saw about Bobby Kennedy, we're nonsense. All right. Let's take some calls here for you, Charles. This hour's flying by we'll go west of the Rockies Ray in Exeter. California's with us highway go ahead. Hey, George how you doing? I'm doing great good. Go ahead. You're on what Charles Brandt. Yeah. Well, I mostly watch your book at Barnes and noble about six months ago, Mr. Brandt, but I think I'm gonna buy it. Now. It's a great read Ray, you'll love it. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, they element of organized crime. You know, and like the JFK deal on everything, you know. I mean, everybody who's read anything about it knows that, you know, the organized crime you had to be involved at some point. And because of movie, I mean, just ruby. I mean. And. I was just wondering, you know. Do you think that organized crime was really behind that? Or do you think that they were involved in it that with everything else that went on, you know, the cover up and the continuing cover up, and so much that happens, you know, indicating that, you know, there might have been influences beyond organized crime that will also helping and behind in ice coin made that population in Dallas possible, you think that the mobs all was just maybe more of kind of an indirect off the racial roll. With Cuban exiles into do was actually somebody else really directing and moving them around on the board kinda like pawns. Well, if you make it too complicated. You don't get a hit. It's gotta be short and simple. The the the mafia generally speaking, they they don't shoot anybody other than the person they can get within eighteen inches up. But there are occasionally high powered rifle killings like Bugsy Siegel Beverly Hills. I I believe that the mafia as Frank taught me that the mafia was behind the hit. They did something they do in Sicily called get not they got him not Lee Harvey Oswald and and got him to do the shooting. And that that's what I personally believe the the evidence for it. Comes comes from the mouth of French here to me on tape, the FBI as my tapes, and then came corroboration of what I just told you it was corroborated brilliantly into FBI reports from nineteen eighty nine were released after the law change in nineteen ninety two and mandated the the gradual release of records and these two records FBI records show that Carlos Marcello was behind the killing. Yup. And traffic Kante he might have been involved too. Well, yes. But the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello mortar also to assassination plans that were throated because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard I I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that does not involved. Thanks ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks, very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hof f we left him one dimensional and just with his relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle, and this goes back my World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave and forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept this. So in forty seven there was a law passed called path, partly which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was an incredible organizer before you ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolved of of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening and labor law. I I think you're right. Jay, go ahead, Charles. Well, we're we're French Sharon alive today. He'd be applauding what you're saying. Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worshiped off five more ships that it did for the union and for the working people of the country? I mean Hoffa in fiber called ding, Jack Nicholson playoff in the movie. Yes. He did a movie called Hoffa. Yeah. Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. The ours. From told me that his depiction of oppa Jack Nicholson's depiction of office was very very good. Yeah. Good authentic. He's great. And I remember hoffler soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson and the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank..

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"charles branch" Discussed on KNSS

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14:42 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on KNSS

"News trending talk ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K n s s. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with the Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started the think something strange here. What do you think? Not not totally got not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange he'd have challenge this, right? They were taking. I I know from the book is that. To chapters are spent on the hoffy hit the book is a biography of a very fascinating charismatic, man. What he wants officer. Frank Sheeran felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me. The hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French urine. Wow. Very very interesting, man. I'm very very much a man his Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material. Go round, you know, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI report that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel and steal my Cup. Did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said, no to the Russell buffalo Lino oppa would have been just as dead, and he'd have gone to Australia with them. He'd have been. He would have been gone to. She killed and he would have been and he knew that he wasn't given an option you do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair in did a little dance and was delighted. Well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is is coming to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now. And that was that was the end game. We and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he negotiated a nationwide contract the master freight agreement so that his his truckers no matter where they were made the same wage as as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country one negotiation. And it was an amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off. And it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters pay pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country and begins to take on that that same. Approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today. Bob were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was speaking. Was distinctly Hoffa. And every American would would hear just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And there would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did why did Bobby Kennedy hate Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know that what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire. And he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials put the cups on Carlos Marcello, but a monoplane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped them in a jungle that night they dumped him in a jungle broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after and he was sixty two years old. He was fat short about five to Jesus you got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred fifty thousand dollars tax lien. And that kind of thing is gonna get either you killed or in the case of. The mafia and the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because they idea was if you if you cut the sales of a dog, you don't kill it. Of the dog. I'm convinced Charles that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI at the time that the JFK was killed knew all about this. Why didn't he say anything about it? Knew all about which part of the about the mob being involved in the JFK assassination and everything else. I think. Okay. Hoover over denies the existence of the mob for decades. He claimed there was no such thing as organized crime and then events historic American events such as the the meeting at Appalachian nineteen fifty seven. Where where it's shown in a movie of all things a comedy analyze that. They showed that that raid on on the Joe Barbara housing Appalachian. And all of a sudden, we're all reading in the paper, I was in high school to time look at this look at all these gangsters sixty some odd were arrested. They must be connected somehow, it really must be organized crime. Somehow and Hoover was was being greeted by this kind of information and the began to weaken he began to admit, well, maybe there is working is crime. And the biggest the biggest coup was the Joe Bilacci testimony. Lachey was a member of the game being of the Genovese crime family, and he he turned he turned on Vito Genovese and testified for Bobby Kennedy before congress and gave up the mafia's deepest darkest secrets. And so now Hoover was was worn out. He was worn down. And he created a program to go after organized crime in the FBI, and those those are people I worked with on on to other books. One was Donnie Brasco unfinished business and where I worked with the real Donnie Brasco Joe for stone. And the other book was we're gonna win this thing where I where I work with Linda Vecchio, the expectations agent for the mafia commission case, and and those those guys were very valuable very tough FBI agents and did quite a job on the mafia. You've done some great work. Do you think the mob might have been involved in Robert F Kennedy's assassination? No, I personally, don't I? And I I've seen a documentary or to not very persuasive. I I know you introduced me as Amish investigator what I was I investigated or had a hand in the investigation of over fifty of them, and as the chief deputy for the state of Delaware. And the kinds of things that were said in the documentary that I saw about Bobby Kennedy were nonsense. Are let's take some calls here for you. Charles this hours flying by we'll go west of the Rockies Ray in Exeter. California's with us highway go ahead. Hey, George how you doing? Doing great good. Go ahead. You're on what Charles Brandt. Yeah. Well, almost watch your book at Barnes and noble about six months ago, Mr. Brandt, but I think I'm gonna buy it. Now. It's a great read Ray, you'll love it. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, they element of organized crime. You know, and like the JFK D on everything, you know. I mean, everybody who's read anything about it knows that, you know, the organized crime you had to be involved at some point. And because of ruby I mean, just ruby here. And I just wondering, you know, do you think that organized crime was really behind that? Or do you think that they were involved in it that everything else that went on, you know, the cover up, and they continuing cover up, and so much that happens, you know, indicating that, you know, there might have been influences beyond organized crime that will also helping and behind in ice climbing made that operation in Dallas possible, you think that the mobs role was just maybe more of kind of an indirect operational role with Cuban exiles to do was actually somebody else really, directing and moving them around. On the board kinda like pawns? Well, if you make it too complicated. You don't get hit. It's gotta be short and simple. The the the mafia. Generally speaking, they they don't shoot anybody other than the person they can get within eighteen inches. But there are occasionally high powered rifle killings like Bugsy Siegel Beverly Hills. I believe that the mafia as Frank taught me that the mafia was behind the hit. They did something they do in Sicily called get a nut. They gotta not Lee Harvey Oswald and and got him to do the shooting. And that that's what I personally believe the the evidence for it. Comes comes from the mouth of French and to me on tape. The FBI has my tapes. And then came corroboration of what what I just told you it was corroborated brilliantly into FBI reports from nineteen eighty nine were released after the law change in nineteen ninety two and mandated the gradual release of records and these two records FBI records show that Carlos Marcello was behind the killing. Yup. And traffic Kante he might have been involved too. Well, yes. But the the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello, weren't there are also two assassination plans that were thwarted because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that not those. He was not involved. Thanks ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks and very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hoffa f we left him one dimensional and just with his relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle and this goes back World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave in forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept this. So in forty seven there was a law passed called Taft Hartley, which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was an incredible organizer before you ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolves of of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening in labor law. I I think you're right. Jay, go ahead. Charles. Well, we're we're friends Sharon alive today. He'd be applauding what you're saying. Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worshiped worship the good that offer did for the union and for the working people of the country. I mean Hoffa in in a fiber called didn't Jack Nicholson playoff in the movie. Yes. He did a movie called Hoffa. Yeah. Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. The from an told me that his depiction of offer. Jack Nicholson's depiction of office was very very good. Yeah. Good. He's good and great. And I remember Hoffa soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson and the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank..

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14:40 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Forty W H A S. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there than they get back in the car with the Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must've started the think something strange here. What do you think? Not not until he got to the not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange eight of challenge this, right? They were taking. I I know from the book is that. To chapters spent on the Hoffa hit the book is a biography LA. Very fascinating charismatic, man. What she wants hopper. Saw Frank Sheeran. He felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me. The hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French urine. Wow. Very very interesting, man. A very very much a hassle man. His Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material. Around you know, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI report that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel steal my Cup. Who did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said, no to the Russell buffalo Lino oppa would have been just as dad, and he'd have gone to Australia with them. He'd have been gone to g. Killed and he would have been and he knew that he wasn't given an option. You do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair and did a little dance and was delighted. Well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is his comment to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now and that was that was the end game. And we and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he he negotiated a nationwide contract master freight agreement. So that his his truckers no matter where they were they made the same wage as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country, one negotiation was it was amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off. And it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters pay pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country and begins to take on that that same. Approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure alive today were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was hafa speaking. Distinctly Hoffa, and every American would would hear just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And there would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did Bob? Why did Bobby Kennedy hate Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know that what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire. And he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen. He was by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in. And one day immigration officials put the cuffs on Carlos Marcello put him on a plane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped him in a jungle that night. They dumped him in a jungle broke three ribs trying to get out of there fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after and it was sixty two years old. He was fat short about five to Jesus he got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars tax lien. And that kind of thing is gonna get either you killed or in the case of the mafia and the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if you if you cut the tails of a dog, you don't kill it. Of the dog. I'm convinced Charles that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI at the time that the JFK was killed knew all about this. Why didn't he say anything about it? Milwaukee knew all about which part about the mob being involved in the JFK assassination and everything else. I think. Okay. Hoover. Hoover denies the existence of the mob for decades. He claimed there was no such thing as organized crime and then events historic American events such as the the meeting at Appalachian in nineteen fifty seven. Where where it's shown in a movie of all things a comedy analyze that. They showed that that raid on on the Joe Barbara house Appalachian. And all of a sudden, we're all reading in the paper, I was in high school to time look at this look at all these gangsters sixty some odd were arrested. They must be connected somehow, it really must be organized crime. Somehow and Hoover was was being greeted by this kind of information and began to weaken he began to admit, well, maybe there is working is crime. And the biggest the biggest coup was the job Bilacci testimony. Lachey was a member of the game of the Genovese crime family, and he turned he turned on Vito Genevieve's and testified for Bobby Kennedy before congress and gave up the mafia's deepest darkest secrets. And so now Hoover was was worn out. He was worn down. And he created a program to go after organized crime in the FBI, and those those are people I worked with on on to other books. One was Donnie Brasco unfinished business and where I work with the real Donnie Brasco Joe for stone. And the other book was we're gonna win this thing where I where I work with Linda Vecchio, the expectations agent for the mafia commission case, and and those those guys were very valuable very tough FBI agents and did quite a job on the mafia. You've done some great work. Do you think the mob might have been involved in Robert F Kennedy's assassination? No, I personally, don't I? And I I've seen a documentary or to not very persuasive. I I know you introduce me as a homicide investigator. What I was I investigated or had a hand in the investigation of over fifty of them, and as the chief deputy for the state of Delaware. And the kinds of things that were said in the documentary that I saw about Bobby Kennedy where nonsense. All right. Let's take some calls here for you. Charles does hours flying by will go west of the Rockies. Ray Exeter, California with us highway. Go ahead. Hey, George how you doing? Doing great good. Go ahead. You're on what Charles Brandt. Yeah. Well, I most bite your book at Barnes and noble about six months ago, Mr. Brandt, but I think I'm gonna buy it. Now. It's a great read Ray, you'll love it. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, they element of organized crime. You know, and like the JFK D on everything, you know. I mean, everybody who's read anything about it knows that, you know, organized crime you have to be involved at some point. And because of movie, I mean, just ruby. I mean here and. I was just wondering, you know. Do you think that organized crime was really behind that? Or do you think that they were involved in it that everything else that went on, you know, the cover up and the continuing cover up, and so much that happens, you know, indicating that, you know, there might have been influences beyond organized crime that will also helping and behind in ice climbing made that operation in Dallas possible, you think that the mobs role was just maybe more of kind of an indirect operational role with Cuban exiles, and to do was actually somebody else really directing and moving them around on the board kinda like pawns? Well, if you make it too complicated. You don't get a hit. It's it's gotta be short and simple. The the the mafia. Generally speaking, they they don't shoot anybody other than the person they can get within eighteen inches up. But there are occasionally high-powered rifled killings. Like Bugsy Siegel Beverly Hills. I believe that the mafia as Frank taught me that the mafia was behind the hit. They get something they do in Sicily called get a nut. They got him not Lee Harvey Oswald and and got him to do the shooting. And that that's what I personally believe the the evidence for it. Comes comes from the mouth of frontier and to me on tape. The FBI has my tapes. And then came corroboration of what I just told you it was corroborated brilliantly into FBI reports from nineteen eighty nine. Were released after the law change in nineteen ninety two and a mandated the gradual release of records and these two records FBI records show that Carlos Marcello was behind the killing. Yup. And traffic Kante he might have been involved too. Well, yes. But the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello, weren't there are also two assassination plans that were throated because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard. Yeah, I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that those. He was not involved. Thanks ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks, very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hof f we left him one dimensional and just what's his relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle and this goes back World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave and forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept this. So in forty seven there was a law passed called path, partly which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was and credible organizer before he ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolved of of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening and labor law. No, I think you're right. Jay, go ahead. Charles. Well, we're we're French Sharon alive today. He'd be applauding. What you're saying? Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worshiped worship the good that offer did for the union and for the working people of the country. I mean Hoffa in in a fiber called didn't Jack Nicholson playoff in the movie. Yes. He did a movie called Hoffa. Yeah. I would Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. Jars from an told me that his depiction of oppa Jack Nicholson's depiction of office was very very good. Yeah. A good authentic. He's great. And I remember Hoffa soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson and the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank..

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"For listening to KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with the Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started to think something strange here. What do you think? Not not until he got to not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange he'd have challenge this, right? They were taking I I know from the book is that. To chapters are spent on the hoffy hit the book is a biography. LA? Very fascinating charismatic, man. Once he once Frank Sheeran. He felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me the hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French hearing. Wow, very very interesting, man. I'm very very much a a man whose Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material. Around you know, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI report that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel and steal my Cup. Did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sharon? When he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said, no to the Russell buffalo Lino oppa would have been just as dead, and he'd have gone to Australia with them. He'd have been gone to. She killed and he would have been and he knew that he wasn't given an option you do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair and did a little dance and was delighted. Well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is is comment to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now and that was that was the end game. And we and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he negotiated a nationwide contract the master freight agreement. So that his is truckers no matter where they were it made the same wage as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country one though, she was an amazing stroke that he said he pulled that off and it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters pay pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country and begins to take on that that same. Approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today were alive. During the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was hafa speaking. Distinctly Hoffa, and every American would would hear just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And it would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did why did Bobby Kennedy hate Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire, and he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan a citizen by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials. Put the cups on Carlos Marcello put him on a plane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped him in a jungle night. They dumped him in a jungle broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after and it was. Sixty two years old. He was fat short. You about five to Jesus he got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars tax, lien and. That kind of thing is gonna get you killed or in the case of the mafia. And the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if you if you cut the tails of a dog, you don't kill it. Of the dog. I'm convinced Charles that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI at the time that the JFK was killed knew all about this. Why didn't he say anything about it? New new all about which part about the mob being involved in the JFK assassination and everything else. I think. Okay. Hoover Hoover denied the existence of the mob for decades. He claimed there was no such thing as organized crime and then events historic American events such as the the meeting at Appalachian in nineteen fifty seven. Where where it's shown in a movie of all things a comedy analyze that. They showed that that raid on on the Joe Barbara house in Appalachian, and all of a sudden, we're all reading in the paper, I was high school to time. Look at this look at all these gangsters sixty some odd were arrested. They must be connected somehow, it really must be organized crime. Somehow and Hoover was was being greeted by this kind of information and began to weaken he began to admit, well, maybe there is organized crime. And the biggest the biggest coup was the job lachey testimony. The Laci was a member of the game of the Genovese crime family, and he returned he turned on Vito Genevieve's and testified for Bobby Kennedy before congress and gave up the mafia's deepest darkest secrets. And so now Hoover was was worn out. He was worn down. And he created a program to go after organized crime in the FBI, and those those are people I worked with on on to other books. One was Donnie Brasco unfinished business, and where I worked with the real Donnie Brasco, Joe stone, the other book was we're going to win this thing where I where I work with Linda Vecchio, the the case agent for the mafia commission case, and and those those guys were very valuable very tough FBI agents and did quite a job on the mafia. You've done some great work. Do you think the mob might have been involved in Robert F Kennedy's assassination? No, I personally, don't I? And I I've seen a documentary to not very persuasive. I I know you introduced me as investigator what I was I investigated or had a hand in the investigation of over fifty of them, and as the chief deputy for the state of Delaware, and the kinds of things that were said in the documentary that I saw about Bobby Kennedy were nonsense. Right. Let's take some calls here for you, Charles. This hour's flying by will go west of the Rockies Ray in Exeter. California's with us highway go ahead. Hey, George how you doing? Doing great good. Go ahead. You're on what Charles Brandt. Yeah. Well, I most bite your book at Barnes and noble about six months ago, Mr. Brandt, but I think I'm gonna buy it. Now. It's a great read rate. You'll love it. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, they element of organized crime. You know, and like the JFK D on everything, you know. I mean, everybody who's read anything about it knows that, you know, organized crime you had to be involved at some point and because of movie, I mean, just ruby here. And I was just wondering, you know, do you think that organized crime was really behind that? Or do you think that they were involved in it do that with everything else that went on, you know, the cover up in the continuing cover up, and so much that happens, you know, indicating that, you know, there might have been influences beyond organized crime that will also helping and behind is coined that population in Dallas possible, you think that the mobs wall was just maybe more of kind of an indirect operational role. With Cuban exiles into dill was actually somebody else really, directing and moving them around. On the board kinda like pawns? Well, if you make it too complicated. You don't get a hit. It's gotta be short and simple. The the the mafia. Generally speaking, they they don't shoot anybody other than the person they can get within eighteen inches up. But there are occasionally high-powered rifle killing like Bugsy Siegel Beverly Hills. I believe that the mafia as Frank taught me that the mafia was behind the hit. They dig something they do in Sicily called get a not a got not Lee Harvey Oswald and and got him to do the shooting. And that that's what I personally believe the the evidence for it. Comes comes from the mouth of French here. And to me on tape. The has might say, and then came corroboration of what I just told you it was corroborated brilliantly into FBI reports from nineteen eighty nine were released after the law change in nineteen ninety two and mandated the the gradual release of records and these two records FBI records show that Carlos Marcello was behind the killing. Yup. And traffic Kante he might have been involved too. Well. Yes. But the the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello, weren't there are also two assassination plans that were thwarted because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard. Yeah, I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that. It does. Was not involved. Thanks ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks and very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hof f we left him one dimensional and just with this relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle and this goes back World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave and forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept this. So in forty seven there was a law passed called path, partly which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was and credible organizer before you ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolved of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening and labor law. I think you're right. Jay, go ahead, Charles. Well, we're we're French you're alive today. He'd be applauding what you're saying. Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worshiped worship the good that hopper did for the union and for the working people of the country. I mean Hoffa in in a fiber called didn't Jack Nicholson playoff in the movie. Yes. He did movie called Hoffa. Yeah. I would Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. Yards from an told me that his depiction of Jack Nicholson's depiction of office was very very good. Yeah. Good. He's a great. And I remember Hoffa soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson and the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank..

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05:57 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on WTVN

"Fifty forty. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book has called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started to think something strange here. What do you think? Not not until he got not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange he'd have challenge this, right? They were taking. I I know from the book is. To chapters are spent on the Hoffa hit the book is a biography LA. Very fascinating charismatic, man. Once he wants hopper saw Frank Sheeran. He felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me the hopper kids felt the sun rose and set on French. Wow. Very very interesting, man. A very very much a hostile man is Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material around, you know, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI reports that had him making a comment that I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel steel Mike who did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran? When he talked about Hoffa. Oh, totally totally and completely. And he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said, no to the Russell buffalo Lino oppa would have been just as dad, and he'd have gone to Australia with him. He'd have been gone to g. He would have been killed and he would have been and he knew that he wasn't given an option. You do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair in did a little dance was delighted. Well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is his comment to a radio. Interviewer was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now. And that was that was the end game. And we and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he he negotiated a nationwide contract the master freight agreement so that his his truckers, no matter where they were it made the same wage as as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country, one negotiation, and it was an amazing stroke that he that he pulled that off and it did an awful lot for the American working people because when the Teamsters pay pay increases, and when their benefits rise the rest of the country begins to take on that that same approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was hafa speaking. Distinctly Hoffa, and every American would would hear just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And it would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did why did Bobby Kennedy hate Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. Well, they they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire. And he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a watermelon citizen. He was by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials. Put the cups on Carlos Marcello put him on a plane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped him in a jungle that they dumped him in a jungle broke three ribs trying to get out of there fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after was sixty two years old. He was fat. You know short you about five to Jesus he got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred fifty thousand dollars, tax,.

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"charles branch" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on KTRH

"Four fifty forty. And welcome back to coast to coast Charles branches with us this final hour. His book is called. I heard you paint houses. Charles Jimmy Hoffa was a cautious guy and for him to go to a restaurant to meet with these mobsters. And they're not there, then they get back in the car with Frank Sheeran and Chuckie O'Brien and drive off to a house. He must have started the think something strange here. What do you think? Not until he got to not until the answered that house. If he thought there was anything strange he'd have challenge this, right? They were taking. I know from the book is. To chapters are spent on the Hoffa hit the book is a biography of a very fascinating charismatic, man. Once she wants officer Frank Sheeran felt that everything was okay. As Bob Garrity. The FBI case agents said to me. The kids felt the sun rose and set on French urine. Wow. Very very interesting, man. A very very much, man. His Lincoln was decorated with Hoffa material. Go round, and he was famous. He did. There was an FBI reports that had him making a comment. I'll be a half a man. So they Pat my face with a shovel steal my Cup. Did you notice any regret? Very fascinating speaker Charles did you notice any regret from Sheeran when he talked about Hoffa, totally totally and completely. And he tried to explain it away by saying that he if he had said no to Russell buffalo. Lino hopper would have been just as dead, and he'd have gone to Australia with him. He's been gone to g. He would have been killed and he would have been and he knew that he wasn't given an option you do this. Now is it true that when John F Kennedy was assassinated Jimmy Hoffa got up on a chair in did a little dance and was delighted. Well, I heard stories like that the the one I liked best is is comment to a radio. Interviewer? Was it looks like Bobby Kennedy is just another lawyer now and that was that was the end game. And we and we've got to point out. I've got a lot of truck drivers who listen to our show, and we just think the world of them because they keep America moving. Jimmy Hoffa was a giant for American workers. I mean, he did during that era where companies were squeezing employees and everything else. He built that union with his people and really did a great job for the truck driver. Didn't he? Amen. And he even go she ate a nationwide contract, the master freight agreement. So that his is truckers no matter where they were it made the same wage as truck drivers elsewhere throughout the country one negotiation. And it was an amazing stroke that he said he pulled that off and it did an awful lot to the American working people because when the Teamsters. Hey, pay increases and when their benefits rise the rest of the country begins to take on that that same approach to whatever the issue was in. Now, I'm not so sure were alive today were alive during the debate on healthcare it first of all every American would note was hafa speaking. Thankfully, hoffa. And every American would would hear just how important it was to have whatever it was Jimmy Hoffa felt they needed. And there would be no debate about it would be okay. You want healthcare. Let's let's do it. Let's make it. Right. And it would be it would be done. Right. Why did why did Bobby Kennedy hated Hoffa so much when the mobsters were the ones that worked with his father, Bobby Kennedy's father Joseph to get the brother elected president. While they claim that they shielded Bobby from this. I have my own views of the man, and he was very very careless. He had to know what he was doing against organized. Crime was going to backfire, and he just kept doing it. It was as if he couldn't stop himself and the worst thing he did Carlos Marcello the boss of of New Orleans, which includes Dallas. Was fighting deportation by claiming he was a Guatemalan citizen by birth that he'd been born in Guatemala, and so he had to show up once a month to immigration check in and one day. Immigration officials. Put the cups on Carlos Marcello put him on a plane took him to Guatemala and said damn well, you you claim you from Guatemala here. Live in Guatemala. They dumped him in a jungle night. They they dumped in a junkie broke three ribs trying to get out of there. He fell into a ravine when he when he returned to America after sixty two years old. He was fat short about five to g got back to America. He was greeted with an eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars tax, lien and. That's the thing is gonna get killed or in the case of the mafia. And the way they think it's going to get John Kennedy killed because the idea was if.

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on KTRH

"Over it. But I mean, really, you know, he's trying to pick his battles wisely. As anyone would do knowing that. You're you're going into Christmas, and you don't wanna be perceived. You know is utterly heartless out. However, many people wouldn't have been eight hundred thousand people because three quarters of the government is already funded through next year. So would have been a few department. So there will be significant departments because I think most people consider the department of Justice significant wouldn't about ironic just shut it down. So that Moore was defended essentially until you know, he got his is border funding. But that's just not going to happen. He believes the Republicans believe that at some future point, you know, that he's going to be able to obtain at least some measure of that wall funding. But I think it's a very interesting scenario when given what's going on with Michael Flynn, and everything there that you know, you've got a judge basically going ballistic, and it's just a very entertaining news cycle right now. It's gotta keep people. At least glued to their TV's and radios and radios, you're right, John. Thanks, john. Curtis online columnist dot com in Texas, a girls in operable brain tumor is gone in doctors have no explanation today. Rocks Lee dos is doing what she loves. That's horseback. Riding hard to imagine that in June doctors diagnosed her with an inoperable cancerous brain tumor called D, I p g it's gone. They have no idea where it is. And what happened to it? That's a miracle. Penny Marshall best known as TV's Laverne, and Shirley has died. She was seventy five years old publishes for Marshall says that the actress died peacefully at her Hollywood home from complications due to diabetes Saturn's rings, make it one of the most striking planets in the solar system. But scientists believe they could disappear in less than a hundred million years, which is. Is an all that long. When you consider that the gas giant itself is more than four billion years old NASA new horizons probe remains on course, hordes daring fly by of Altima Thule when the mission sweeps past the thirty kilometer wide object on New Year's day. It will be making the most distant ever visit to a solar system body some six point five billion kilometers from earth, Mike, Barra author of Nastase dark mission. Mike, this is an exciting mission. Well, it is. And it's actually technically it's alternate Tuli. Just. It's a really weird works. But yeah, it's a weird name. It's a weird object. And it's gonna be really interesting to see what it's all about. When we get there. If we get there and everything works. What are we going to do with the information? Well, it depends. What NASA is in denial? They're having a really hard time. Their theory of how class for men, and what's the hyper belt is what all these trans. Newtonian objects really are is really completely messed up and it's completely wrong. So I think they're going to get some information if they don't expect I think it's not gonna be shaped the way they think it's going to be safe to think it's going to be kind of like an oblong looking weird looking Kato or they think it's also going to be dark and burned from all of this cosmic radiation, bombarding it for, you know, theoretically, billions of years because they think it's an object from the origin of the solar system. I tend to go with, you know, the late Dr Tom Flanders theory. He thought are really pieces of exploded planets in the solar system is what they probably are and the planets form completely differently than Napa thinks that they do. And I think they're going to get something completely different. Like, very bright white reflective object with a lot of volatile still on it. So let's wait and see. It's a good test for the competing series. You could be very right on that. What Michael thank you so much. Now, this was bound to happen Montana man, had a bizarre brush with death over the weekend when he caught the attention of a trigger happy hunter. Who thought the guy was big foot? The unnamed resident reportedly phone police to alert them to the strange incident which happened while he was getting ready to do some target shooting much to his surprise his afternoon. Font took a frightening turn when he suddenly realized that he was being shot at he quickly ducked for cover after the bullets stopped fine. The man emerged from his hiding place and managed to speak to the individual who apologize said that he thought he was Bigfoot. We've got that story. For you. Coast to coast, AM dot com. July nineteen seventy-five Jimmy Hoffa, the former leader of the Teamsters union disappeared vanished. Where is he is he dead is he still hidden away somewhere? Nobody really knows. But we believe he's dead. And in a moment, Charles branch joins us with his work. I heard you paint houses. This is the remarkable story. And it's next on coast to coast..

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"charles branch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Store for you today later on tonight, Christmas miracles and angels. Here's what's happening. The Trump administration said headband the high power gun attachments used in last year's Las Vegas shooting that killed fifty eight people giving owners of so-called bump stocks ninety days to turn them in or destroy these devices and blocking orders from being able to register them. These attachments, use a gun's recoil to bump its trigger enabling a semiautomatic weapon to fire hundreds of rounds per minute, which many say transforms the firearm into a machine gun. They are going away. The White House has suggested that President Donald Trump could back down from his demand for the five billion dollars to fund his proposed border wall in a year ending spending Bill let's check in with Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com while he got a criminal reform Bill. Pat, looks like it's going to get passed through the entire congress, John. But this one he's going to back down on. What do you think? Oh, it's it's already a done deal Georgia. He's he's let go of the, you know, the demand. I mean, it was all just a high theater was Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in in in the White House the other day arguing over it. But I mean, really, you know, he's trying to pick his battles wisely. As anyone would do knowing that, you know, you're you're going into Christmas and. You don't want to be perceived as utterly heartless. Our many people wouldn't have been eight hundred thousand people because three quarters of the government is already funded through next year. So would have been a few departments. So it would be significant departments. Because I think most people consider the department of Justice significant wouldn't have been just shut it down. So that, you know, more was defended essentially until you know, he got his his border funding. But that's just not going to happen. He believes the Republicans believe that at some future point, you know, that he's going to be able to obtain at least some measure of that wall funding. But I think it's a very interesting scenario when given what's going on with Michael Flynn, and everything there that you know, you've got judge basically going ballistic, and it's just a very entertaining news cycle right now. It's gotta keep people at least glued to their TV's and radios. AM radios. You're right, John. Thanks, john. Curtis. Online columnists dot com in Texas, a girls in operable brain tumor is gone in doctors have no explanation today. Raucously dos is doing what she loves. That's horseback. Riding hard to imagine that in June doctors diagnosed her with an inoperable cancerous brain tumor called A D. I P G. It's gone. They have no idea where it is. And what happened to it? That's a miracle. Penny Marshall best known as TV's Laverne, and Shirley has died. She was seventy five years old publishes for Marshall says that the actress died peacefully at her Hollywood home from complications due to diabetes. Saturn's rings make it one of the most striking planets in the solar system. But scientists believe they could disappear in less than a hundred million years, which isn't all that long. When you consider that the gas giant itself is more than four billion years old. Nasa says new horizons probe remains on course for daring fly by of ultimate fool when the mission sweeps past the thirty kilometer wide object on New Year's day. It will be making the most distant ever visit to a solar system body some six point five billion kilometers from earth. Mike Barra author of Nastase dark mission. Mike, this is an exciting mission. Well, it is. It's actually technically. It's just it's a really weird works. But yeah, it's a weird name. It's a weird object. And it's gonna be really interesting to see what it's all about. What we get there? If we get there and everything works. What are we going to do with the information? Well, it depends. What NASA is in denial? They're having a really hard time. Their theory of how class for men and wants to hyper belt is what all these trans. Newtonian objects really are is really completely messed up and it's completely wrong. So that I think they're going to get some information that they don't expect. I think it's not gonna be shaped like it's going to be safe to think it's going to be kind of like an oblong looking weird looking potato or they think it's also going to be dark and burned from all of this cosmic radiation, bombarding it for, you know, theoretically, billions of years because they think it's an object from the origin of the solar system. I tend to go with you know, the late. Dr Tom had Leonard staring really pieces of exploded planets in the solar system is what they probably are. And the planets form completely. Currently the NASA thinks that they do. And I think they're going to get something completely different. Like, a very bright white reflective object with a lot of volatile still on it. So let's wait and see. It's a good test for the competing theories. You could be very right on that. What Michael thank you so much. This was bound to happen bond. Tanna man had a bizarre brush with death over the weekend when he caught the attention of a trigger happy hunter. Who thought the guy was big foot? The unnamed resident reportedly phoned police to alert them to the strange incident which happened while he was getting ready to do some target shooting much to his surprise his afternoon, fun took a frightening turn when he suddenly realized that he was being shot at he quickly ducked for cover after the bullets stopped flying. The men emerged from his hiding place in managed to speak to the individual apologize said that he thought he was Bigfoot. We've got that story for you at coast to coast AM dot com. July nineteen seventy-five Jimmy Hoffa, the former leader of the Teamsters union disappeared vanished. Where is he is he dead is he still hidden away somewhere? Nobody really knows. But we believe he's dead. And in a moment, Charles branch joins us with his work. I heard you paint houses. This is a remarkable story. And it's next on coast to coast. Uh-huh..

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"charles branch" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We added store for you today later on tonight, Christmas miracles and angels. Here's what's happening. The Trump administration said it had banned. The high power done attachments used in last year's Las Vegas shooting that killed fifty eight people giving owners of so-called bump stocks ninety days to turn them in or destroy these devices and blocking orders from being able to register them. These attachments, use a gun's recoil to bump its trigger enabling the semiautomatic weapon to fire hundreds of rounds per minute, which many say transforms the firearm into a machine gun. They are going away. The White House has suggested that President Donald Trump could back down from his demand for the five billion dollars to fund his proposed border wall in a year ending spending Bill let's check in with Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com. Well, he got a criminal reform Bill. Pat, looks like it's going to get passed through the entire congress, John. But this one he's going to back down on. What do you think? Oh, it's it's already a done deal Georgia. He's let go of the, you know, the demand. I mean, it was all just a high theater. Where's Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in in in the White House the other day arguing over it? But I mean, really, you know, he's trying to pick his battles wisely. As anyone would do knowing that, you know, you're you're going into Christmas, and you don't wanna be perceived. You know is utterly heartless. Our many people it wouldn't have been eight hundred thousand people because three quarters of the government is already funded through next year. So would have been a few departments. So they will be significant departments. Because I think most people consider the department of Justice significant wouldn't have been ironic to shut it down. So that Moore was defended essentially until you know, he got his is border funding. But that's just not going to happen. He believes the Republicans believe that at some future point, you know, that he's going to be able to obtain at least some measure of that wall funding. But I think it's a very interesting scenario when given what's going on with Michael Flynn, and everything there that you've got a judge basically going ballistic, and it's just a very. Entertaining news cycle right now. It's gotta keep people at least glued to their TV's and radios radios, you're right, John. Thanks, john. Curtis online columnist dot com in Texas, a girls in operable brain tumor is gone in doctors have no explanation today. Rock dos is doing what she loves. That's horseback. Riding hard to imagine that in June doctors diagnosed with an inoperable cancerous brain tumor called A D. I P G. It's gone. They have no idea where it is. And what happened to it? That's a miracle. Penny Marshall best known as TV's Laverne, and Shirley has died. She was seventy five years old publishes for Marshall says that the actress died peacefully at her Hollywood home from complications due to diabetes. Saturn's rings make it one of the most striking planets in the solar system. Scientists believe they could disappear in less than a hundred million years, which is an all that long. When you consider that the gas giant itself is more than four billion years old Nastase new horizons probe remains on course for daring fly by of ultima Thule when the mission sweeps past the thirty kilometer wide object on New Year's day. It will be making the most distant ever visit to a solar system body some six point five billion kilometers from earth, Mike, Barra author of Nastase dark mission. Mike, this is an exciting mission. Well, it is. And it's actually technically it's ultimately Tuli just to let you know. It's a really weird work. But yeah, it's a weird name. It's a weird object. And it's gonna be really interesting to see what it's all about. What we get there? If we get there and everything works. What are we going to do with the information? Well, it depends. What NASA is in? In denial. They're having a really hard time their theory of how platform, and and what's the Kuyper belt is what all these trans. Newtonian objects really are is really completely messed up and it's completely wrong. So I think they're going to get some information if they don't expect I think it's not gonna be shaped the way they think it's going to be shaped. I think it's going to be kind of like an oblong looking weird looking potato or they think it's also going to be dark and burned from all of this cosmic radiation, bombarding it for, you know, theoretically, billions of years because they think it's an object from the origin of the solar system. I tend to go with, you know, the late Dr Tom Flanders theory objects are really pieces of exploded planets in the solar system is what they probably are and the planets form completely differently than NASA thinks that they do. And I think they're going to get something completely different. Like, a very bright white reflective object with a lot of volatile still on it. So let's wait and see. It's a good test for the competing theories. You could be very right on that. What Michael thank you so much. Now, this was bound to happen. Montana man, had a bizarre brush with death over the weekend when he caught the attention of a trigger happy hunter. Who thought the guy was big foot? The unnamed resident reportedly phone police to alert them to the strange incident which happened while he was getting ready to do some target shooting much to his apprise his afternoon fun. Took a frightening turn when he suddenly realized that he was being shot at he quickly ducked for cover after the bullets stopped fine. The man emerged from his hiding place and managed to speak to the individual apologize said that he thought he was Bigfoot. We've got that story for you at coast to coast AM dot com. July nineteen seventy-five Jimmy Hoffa, the former leader of the Teamsters union disappeared he vanished. Where is he is he dead is he still hidden away somewhere? Nobody really knows. But we believe he's dead. And in a moment, Charles branch joins us with his work. I heard you paint houses. This is the remarkable story. And it's next on coast to coast AM..

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"charles branch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Destroy these devices and blocking orders from being able to register them. These attachments, use a gun's recoil to bump its trigger enabling a semi automatic weapon to fire hundreds of rounds per minute, which many say transforms a firearm into a machine gun. They are going away. The White House has suggested that President Donald Trump could back down from his demand for the five billion dollars to fund his proposed border wall in the year ending spending Bill let's check in with Dr John Curtis online columnists dot com while he got a criminal reform Bill. Pat, looks like it's going to get passed through the entire congress, John. But this one he's going to back down on. What do you think? Oh, it's it's already done deal. Georgia us. He's let go of the, you know, the demand. I mean, it was all just a high theater was Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in you know, in in the White House the other day arguing over it. But I mean, really, you know, he's trying to pick his battles wisely. As anyone would do knowing that. You know, you're going into Christmas, and you don't want to be perceived. You know is utterly heartless out. However, many people it wouldn't have been eight hundred thousand people because three quarters of the government is already funded through next year. So would have been a few department. So, you know, there will be significant departments because I think most people consider the department of Justice significant wouldn't have been ironic to shut it down. So that Moore was defended essentially until you know, he got his his border funding. But that's just not going to happen. He believes the Republicans believe that at some future point, you know, that he's going to be able to obtain at least some measure of that wall funding. But I think it's a very interesting scenario when given what's going on with Michael Flynn, and everything there that you know, you've got judge basically going ballistic, and it's just a very entertaining news cycle right now. It's gotta keep people. At least glued to their TV's and radios radios, you're right, John. Thanks, John Curtis online columnist dot com in Texas girls in operable brain tumor is gone in doctors have no explanation today. Raucously dos is doing what she loves. That's horseback. Riding hard to imagine that in June doctors diagnosed her with an inoperable cancerous brain tumor called d I P G. It's gone. They have no idea where it is. And what happened to it? That's a miracle. Penny Marshall best known as TV's Laverne, and Shirley has died. She was seventy five years old publishes for Marshall says that the actress died peacefully at her Hollywood home from complications due to diabetes. Saturn's rings make it one of the most striking planets in the solar system. But scientists believe they could disappear in less than a hundred million years, which isn't all that long. When you consider that the gas giant itself is more than four billion years old. Nasa says new horizons probe remains on course for daring fly by of ultimate flew all when the mission sweeps past the thirty kilometer wide object on New Year's day. It will be making the most distant ever visit to a solar system body some six point five billion kilometers from earth, Mike, Barra author of Nastase dark mission. Mike, this is an exciting mission. Well, it is. And it's actually technically it's ultimate Tuli. Just to let you know. It's a really weird works. But yeah, it's a weird name. It's a weird object. And it's gonna be really interesting to see what it's all about. What we get there? If we get there and everything works. What are we going to do with the information? Well, you know, what NASA is. In denial. They're having a really hard time their theory of how planets form, and and what's the Kuyper belt is what all these trans. Newtonian objects really are is really completely messed up. It's completely wrong. So that I think they're going to get some information if they don't expect I think it's not gonna be shaped the way they think it's going to be shaped. I think it's going to be kind of like an oblong looking weird looking potato or they think it's also going to be dark and burned from all of this cosmic radiation, bombarding it for, you know, theoretically, billions of years because they think it's an object from the origin of the solar system. I tend to go with, you know, the late Dr Tom Flanders theory thoughts are really pieces of exploded planets in the solar system is what they probably are and the planets form completely differently than NASA thinks that they do. And I think they're going to get something completely different. Like, a very bright white reflective object with a lot of volatile still on it. So let's wait and see. It's a good test for the competing theories. You could be very right on that. What Michael thank you so much. Now, this was bound to happen. Montana man, had a bizarre brush with death over the weekend when he caught the attention of a trigger happy hunter. Who thought the guy was big foot? The unnamed resident reportedly phone police to alert them to the strange incident which happened while he was getting ready to do some target shooting much to his surprise his afternoon fun. Took a frightening turn when he suddenly realized that he was being shot at he quickly ducked for cover after the bullets stopped fine. The man emerged from his hiding place and managed to speak to the individual who apologize said that he thought he was Bigfoot. We've got that story for you at coast to coast AM dot com. July nineteen seventy-five Jimmy Hoffa, the former leader of the Teamsters union disappeared vanished. Where is he is he dead is he still hidden away somewhere? Nobody really knows. But we believe he's dead. And in a moment, Charles branch joins us with his work. I heard you paint houses. This is a remarkable story. And it's next on coast to coast AM..

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"charles branch" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"charles branch" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"We continue your long weekly from the west campus location, and we told you there's a big doubleheader basketball women's and men's action at the center on Sunday. That means there's a lot of people doing a lot of hard work. And that includes Charles branches senior marketing coordinator joins us before we get the talk and Charles about the things that are going to happen on Sunday with this double header. I gotta tell people I I I usually show up for home game of the Erwin center a few hours before there for shoot around. And then afterwards sometimes I'll stick around rather than go back out or whatever. And I see you and I see everybody in those meetings getting together down there. And they're talk about all the different stuff that that that happens, a C, you scurrying around with all that we there's a lot that's going on behind the scenes for a home basketball game in their absolutely. It's game day. Production is. A huge huge team. That does a great job everything from the video production into all those elements around the concourse and as whereabouts talk about all the exciting things we have this Sunday as beaver boulevard makes its debut. It takes basketball. Let's discuss that the folks who don't know there's two games. This Sunday at noon yet twelfth-ranked Texas against tenth ranked Tennessee, great traditional matchup. The log warns against the lady balls that's at noon at the Erwin center. And then at five o'clock at the Longhorn, we'll be taking on the Purdue Boilermakers. So there's there's a lot on the table there. And yet there's more because all the success that everybody saw with Bebo boulevard all the excitement that surrounded Longhorn football. Now, the plan is to kind of bring that over in the basketball. Absolutely. So we're taking several of those elements over the franker Winston beginning with this Sunday, we're bringing Bebo boulevard to the north plaza the Erwin center. So if you're familiar you'll coming off the Red River street, there'll be a grand portal entrance. Says you go up the ramp we've got. A lot of really cool things planned where launching fanfares pricing at Texas basketball that just started the other night. So for ten of our.

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"charles branch" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"charles branch" Discussed on WTVN

"News radio search term wgbf i'm charles branch at a time for healing that's what the president of the ohio fraternal order of police hopes to see after the mistrial return saying in cincinnati ohio fop president j mcdonald says now is the time to put the ray tenzing and samuel dubos ordeal behind move on we're hoping that the prosecutor will take a cue from the first you trouser not go pirker truck mcdonald's says it's time to come together and try to heal the community he says that means mr dubos his family mr tenzing's family and include law enforcement jarrett alley newsradio 610 wta tv and a 17yearold borchert serrano high school shooting that wounded two students pleads not guilty by reason of insanity gyulai cernan charged with attempted murder felonious assault and other offenses and the january twenty of shooting west liberty salem high school his attorney guinard sureness play through motions this week in champaign county common pleas court authorities alleged cerna fired a shotgun requiest mater a school bathroom critically wounding him and then fired a classrooms another student was slightly injured the judge's order to competency hearing his case was transferred from juvenile court to adult court journalist attorneys asked that it be transferred back to cuba the court a technical surgeries released from a hospital hours after an airforce thunderbirds f sixteen fighter jet left the runway and flipped over after landing during preparation for the veteran dayton airshow then daily news.

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"charles branch" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"charles branch" Discussed on WTVN

"News radio six term wgbf i'm charles branch at a time for healing that's what the president of the ohio fraternal order of police hopes to see after the mistrial return saying in cincinnati ohio fop president j mcdonald says now is the time to put the ray tenzing and samuel dubos ordeal behind move on we're hoping that the prosecutor will take a cue from the first who trouser not go for a thirdround mcdonald's says it's time to come together and try to heal the community he says that means mr dubos his family mr tenzing's family and include law enforcement jarrett alley newsradio 610 wtvn a 17yearold borchert serrano high school shooting that wounded two students pleads not guilty by reason of insanity gyulai surname is charged with attempted murder felonious assault and other offenses and the january twenty of shooting at west liberty salem high school his attorney guinard sureness please promotions this week in champaign county commons police court authorities alleged cerna fired a shotgun request made their school bathroom critically wounding him and then fired a classrooms another student was slightly injured the judge's order to competency hearing cern his case was transferred from juvenile court to adult court journalist attorneys asked that it be transferred back to juvenile court a technicals her job is released from a hospital hours after an airforce thunderbirds f sixteen fighter jet left the runway and flipped over after landing during preparation for the veteran dayton air show the daily news.

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