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"dick russell" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"dick russell" Discussed on The Takeout

"And he emerged stronger teddy Roosevelt's wife and his mother died on the same day in the same house in New York while he was in Albany in the state legislature his wife had given birth to a child the mother had come to watch over her. And he got a telegram saying baby girl is born. They celebrate then the telegram comes minutes later. Your wife is dying in your mother's dying to his mother had gotten typhoid fever while she was there is wife died in childbirth. He was with his mother twelve hours later. And he was so depressed, he went to the badlands. And yet while he was there that love of nature was instilled in his soul, which becomes his conservation legacy, and he rides his horse sixteen hours a day. And he finally gets through the depression, but emerges with a different attitude before he thought I would just rise from one level to the other and I'll become president someday. And he realized fake can intervene. So we just take whatever job. I get into the best. I can at it. And after you are polio was certainly one defeat others FDR was I think the polio was absolutely defining characteristic of his life. He emerged more warm-hearted. Understood other people to fade delta unkind hand. What do you have to go through to even pretend to be walking? Again. It's unbelievable. Not long ago. I was at the Roosevelt house in New York. And I saw the carpet on the floor. And I'd seen it at high park where when he was in his wheelchair in those early years when he's trying to walk on his own power, which you never really can do and he has to be put down from the wheelchair onto the carpet. So he can crawl. For two hours and strengthen his back, and it's just muscles. And then he'd go up the steps one step at a time holding onto the banisters sweating when he get to the top. They'd have a celebration every small win became something important for him. So that changed him. And then what happens to LBJ is. He's pursuing power from the time. He's like to hold and he becomes everything in the congress. You know, even when he's there as a young chief of staff to congressmen he becomes the most important chief of staff, and then he gets mentors of Rayburn and dick Russell, and then it becomes minority leader. And then he becomes majority of the most powerful majority leader in the history of the country, but he has a heart attack, and he comes out of that. And he said what if I died now, what would I be remembered for and then he goes for civil rights in the Senate the first Bill that's passed since reconstruction and then JFK dies, and he makes his first priority. The passage of that civil rights Bill people, tell them, you're crazy. It'll never get through the Senate. There'll be a filibuster. You won't be able to win your election eleven months from now. And they said, well, what the hell is the presidency for anyway, he takes that risk. He wins that because he knows the Senate so Ellie gets whatever Dirksen, and he figures out just like Lincoln, and the movie, whatever you want you want you want Springfield. I'll be there you want, you know, some some Basseterre ship, I'll give it to you. But then he understands that ever also wants to be remembered by history. So he has to Everett you come with me on this Bill two hundred years from now school children will only two names ABRAHAM LINCOLN and ever and how can resist so all that meant was that all of them went through these terrible trials of fire. Some people could be destroyed by them some might just go on and have their lives, but some people become different result. And they all did I wrote in my book that just came out Mr. Trump's while. Right. Yes. I do a commercial for every episode. Is the host? Major Fintan president of that. We have a sense that every presidency that we regard as successful as universally successful..

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"dick russell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"dick russell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So stay tuned. Lots more coming up one of the things we talked about this year is the day after September eleventh that's rarely a focus to get into that. With Bernie Kerik. I thought it'd be it'd be helpful to in terms of the never forget September. Eleventh theme that we really expanded on yesterday. I thought it'd be important to talk about there was the next day the day when the country changed in a lot of great ways in terms of unity at least for a while. We got better on security than you could say when we went too far in this area that area. And of course, there's Afghanistan and Iraq and so forth. So Bernard Kerik joins us right now. Good to have you here. Thank you, sir. Yeah. The new novel out to which I want to get to in a second. But talk a little bit about what that was like when you got the job. Two thousand one as police Commissioner in New York City that was like what? Twentieth. Twenty-first something like that August twentieth. Twenty-first two thousand two thousand. Okay. So so just but not too far ahead of the end. Of course, then everybody after nine eleven happened. It's like, well, what everybody know when did they know the conspiracy theorists went nuts and all of that. So anticipating them in New York has always been a big security job. And there's a lot of cops, and tens of thousands. They're throughout the boroughs. I know tall order on any given average day. When you become the police Commissioner of New York City about keeping my before. I was the police Commissioner I actually ran Rikers island. In the New York City jail system, which consists of ten jails, and I think we averaged at the time about one hundred thirty thousand invaded missions per year. So that was a big job. But when I took over the NYPD, you don't have fifty five thousand employees got forty one forty one thousand uniformed cops. And it's a big job. You know, you're worried about the twelve million people that live visit go to school go to work in the city on a daily basis. So you deal with crisis you deal with numerous crisis every single day, you know, the morning of September eleventh when they said that my staff came in and sort of plane just to tell one I honestly didn't think anything of it. I thought it was just a Cessna twin engine or something one of these planes apply up and down the Hudson river, you know, that's what hit the building until I saw the building until I saw TV. I actually went my conference room and saw out the window which was about a quarter of a mile away. I could see building. And then I knew it was something much bigger than what I. Dissipated. So the morning after America changes New York City changes it's been nonstop people. Don't have sleep everybody's stepping up. And it's just post-disaster. You know? What's funny? I I probably done hundreds of this season abuse. I've never been asked that question. I take it is important question for this reason to to get a mindset of what was going on with us with especially with Giuliani new. I'll tell you who was then mayor for people who didn't know he was mayor, then he was a mayor of New York City at the time and that night I actually went to sleep around two two thirty. I went back to ground zero. I was sort of in denial. I I actually went back at met the mayor back down there but two thirty in the morning, and then we went I went to headquarters police headquarters and went to bed went to sleep. I slept on the couch in all night long. There were these F fifteens or sixteens flying up and down the East River, and I could hear them and every time one went by the building I would sit up because I had that thought money head of another plane. I got up about six o'clock five thirty six o'clock. And I went to the academy where are temporary command center was in Rudy Giuliani was sitting behind. Behind the desk. Of in the academy in the in the commander's office, and he was eating I think it was like Cheerios from a box. He had his hand in the in the bottom of this box. And he was eating like dry cereal. And I walked in the office, and I should good morning, boss. And he looked at me, and he said we need to open the stock exchange and I'm looking at him. And I'm like really you're eating on a box of Cheerios. I'm like looking at him. And I said mayor before I got anything out. He said we need to send a signal and a message that they can't keep us down. And the stock exchange will do that. And I said, listen, you're one hundred percent, right. I said I'll get dick Russell on the phone the chairman of the stock exchange. We'll have a conversation. I said, but it's devastated down there. And I don't know if they can actually do it. But that was his mindset. You know, just hours later that was the mindset send them a message. They're focused and move on the way stuck with me the president, of course, in later years when it got all political not even that many years away months. They sell all the president did was say go back and go shopping, and you have to have wife go on otherwise the terrorists win. I mean that was one of the major lessons. Bernard Kerik with us. His new book has just out. It's a novel which happens to sound an awful lot like real life. It's called the grave above the grave. It's nine eleven novel. And I think this is also part of the let's never forget this. You got this. It's amazing this guy. Rick, Raymond the character who happens to be a New York. Police commissioner. Sounds a lot like you. It's incredible. Yeah. Imagine one of the one of the things I did in the book. And I and I did it intentionally is you know, from time to time, I'm constantly asked. Do you think that we could sustain what do you think will be the victim of another nine eleven in my answer is no I I don't think that the terrorists would have the ability to take four planes and fly them into buildings like they did on that day. But there are things that concern me and the things that concern me or the lone wolves in this country, and more importantly, those that would communicate with others to do simultaneous attacks everything in my head. Whether it's nine eleven related or from the time I actually worked for the king of Jordan for five years. I've worked for the Royal family for of Saudi Arabia for four years. I actually lived there. Everything I've ever learned about this stuff. I put it into this. This novel in a way that basically educates people on how these people think how they acquired their weapons how they communicate how they plan to carry out these attacks said why? And and I take it makes for a supreme interested in good retailer dozen their friend Brad Thor has given you high praise for that semester. Salone? It is a great read. The the new book is the grave above the grave. It's nine eleven novel by Bernard Kerik who was there in New York City. Police Commissioner we're talking with them here on the seven sixty here in southern California. When you when you look at the current situation under President Trump, and and you know, but you've been a recipient of less than during media at times like our friends on planet MSNBC or wherever the revisionist historians or something. But you know, there's this narrative now that it's Joe Scarborough yesterday with his stupid tweeted, his that was something to the effect that Trump's more dangerous to America than terrorists would be as how how do you do that? How you say that they feel more secure or less Joe long time in a you know. I have a personal I had a personal relationship with him. And I liked him. But I just think he is. I don't know what he's thinking to make a statement like that in in in days gone by if somebody else made a statement like that Joe Scarborough would be the first guy to jump up and scream and yell that he lost his mind. You bet. So I I don't know what the deal is. But you know, when I look at what's going on in Washington. And as you mentioned, I I've had my own problems with the government. You know, I know what they did to me. And I know why they did it. But I never in my entire life in all the thirty five years in this business. I never thought that they could do it. Or would do it more? So could do it to the president to the United States, and and have no accountability for it? Which is absolutely frightening to me having gone through this. This scares the hell out of me and hit unfortu-. The American people don't get it. This should scare every American. So what what part of your in? Yeah. Derek when you look at this and the terrorist threat, and you and I both know that there are bad guys out there in different ways lone wolf hard to read those again, but you have a lot of different bad actors on the world stage going after us in a variety of ways cyber-attacks would have you every day. Do you feel? As far as the government and response and lessons of nine eleven now as we look at this from ten to twelve percent perspective that the were safer or is the government because of the assault on Trump more vulnerable. No, I think we're safer. I think we're doing a lot better in the intelligence community that we did on September one naturally where the local state and federal authorities communicate and where we communicate with our international allies now, but the good thing, you know, I've known the president for a long time. I've known about twenty years. I guess the good thing about him is that his ability to compartmentalize is beyond anything I've ever seen. And I do know is one thousand percent focus on our national security. So it really, you know, I don't care what they do to them. I don't care how much the attacking. He's not gonna let that go. He's not gonna let the immigration issue go. He's not gonna let is go. He's not gonna let. Let the terrorism go. He's gonna stay on top of this. So I actually I feel better with him in office even under under the assault that he's under than I have in many years. Well, I'll tell you what a lot of people in New York, and I think in the United States are were resting comfortably as possible the day after nine eleven seventeen years ago because you were in charge there as police Commissioner in New York City Giuliani is kicked button, and and all of that and the resources and how the nation came together. But thank you for your service during those times. Thank you, sir. Many other areas and best wishes on the book. It's a must read is the grave above the gravest nine eleven novel by Bernard Kerik, former police Commissioner take care safe. Thank you. So this is the best of the Mark Larson show AM seven sixty talk and breaking news AM seven sixty K F MB policies issued by American general life insurance company, Houston, Texas, not.

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"dick russell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"dick russell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Our liberty specially thinking back to nine eleven how the whole world changed. We talked about that the day after nine eleven this year with Bernard Kerik, I thought it'd be it'd be helpful to in terms of the never forget September. Eleventh theme that we really expanded on yesterday. I thought it'd be important to talk about there was the next day the day when the country changed in a lot of great ways in terms of unity at least for a while. We got better on security than you could say, well, we went too far in this area that area, and of course, there's ghanistan rack and so forth. So Bernard Kerik joins us right now. Good to have you here. Thank you, sir. You have the new novel out to which I want to get to in a second. But talk a little bit about what that was like when you got the job. Two thousand one police Commissioner in New York City that was like what August twentieth. Twenty-first something like that August twentieth. Twenty-first two thousand two thousand. Okay. So so, but just but not too far ahead of the end, of course, down everybody after nine eleven happened. It's like well. What did everybody know when did they know it and right conspiracy, theorists nuts and all of that? So anticipating in New York has always been a big security job. And there's a lot of cops, and tens of thousands. They're throughout the boroughs. I know tallorder on any given average day. When you become the police Commissioner of New York City, and keeping my where I was the police Commissioner, I actually ran Rikers island in New York City jail system, which consists of ten jails, and I think we averaged it the time about one hundred thirty thousand invaded missions per year. So that was a big job. But when I took over the NYPD, you don't have fifty five thousand employees at forty one forty one thousand uniformed cops. And it's a big job. You know, you're worried about the twelve me people that live visit go to school go to work in the city of the daily basis. So you deal with crisis you deal with numerous crushes every single day on the morning of September eleventh when they said that my staff came in and said a plane just to tell one I honestly didn't think anything of. No, I thought it was just a a Cessna twin engined or something one of these planes apply up in Hudson river, you know, that's what hit the building until I saw the building until I saw TV. I actually went my conference room and saw out the window which was about a quarter of a mile away. I could see the building. And then I knew it was something much bigger than what I into sedated. So the morning after America changes New York City changes it's been nonstop people. Don't have sleep. Everybody's stepping up. And it's just post-disaster. You don't funny. I've I've probably done hundreds of this season abuse. I've never been asked that question. Important question for this reason to to to get a mindset of what was going on with us with especially with Giuliani. I'll tell you who was then mayor for people who didn't know he was mayor, then he was a mayor of New York City at the time and that night I actually went to sleep around two two thirty. I went back to ground zero. I've sort of been denial. I I actually went back at the mayor back down there about two thirty in the morning. And then we went I went to headquarters police headquarters and went to bed went to sleep. I slept on a couch all night long. There were these F fifteens or sixteenth flying up and down the East River, and I could hear them and every time one went by the building I would sit up because I had that thought money had but another plane. I get up about six o'clock five thirty six o'clock. And I went to the academy where are temporary command center was in Rudy Giuliani was sitting behind the desk. Of in the academy in the commander's office. And he was eating I think it was like Cheerios from a box. He had his hand in the in the bottom of this box. And he was eating like dry cereal. And I walked in the office. And I see the morning boss. Any looked at me. And he said we need to open the stock exchange and I'm looking at him. And I'm like really you're eating on a box of Cheerios. I'm like looking at him. And I said mayor before I got anything out. He said we need to send a signal and a message that they can't keep us down. And the stock exchange will do that. And I said listen to her up you're one hundred percent, right. I said I'll get dick Russell on the phone the chairman at the stock exchange. We'll have a conversation. I said, but it's devastated down there. And I don't know if they can actually do it. But that was his mindset down, you know, just hours later that was the mindset send them a message focused and move on. That's what stuck with me the president, of course, in later years when it got all political effect, not even that many years away months. They sell all the president did was say go back and go shopping, and you have to have life go on otherwise the terrorists win major lessons. Bernard Kerik with us as new book has just out. It's a novel. Evil, which happens to sound an awful lot like real life. It's called the grave above the grave. It's a nine eleven novel. And I gotta think this is also part of the let's never forget this. And you've got this. It's amazing this guy. Rick, Raymond, the character happens to be a New York. Police Commissioner sounds a lot like you. It's incredible. Yeah. Imagine. One of the one of the things I did in the book. And I, and I did it intentionally is you know, from time to time, I'm constantly ask. Do you think that we could sustain where do you think will be the victim of another kind of Clinton? And my answer is no I don't think that the terrorists would have the ability to take four planes and fly them into buildings like they did on that day. But there are things that concern me and the things that concern me or the lone wolves in this country, and more importantly, those that would communicate with others to do simultaneous attacks everything in my head. Whether it's nine eleven related or from the time, I actually work for the king of Jordan for five years. I worked for the Royal family for of Saudi Arabia for four years. I actually lived there. Everything I've ever learned about this stuff. I put it into this novel in a way that basically educates people on how these people think how they acquired their what that's how they communicate how they plan to carry out these attacks and why and and I take it makes for a supreme interesting. That doesn't Brad Thor has given high praise for that semester. Salone? It is a great read. The the new book is the grave above the grave. It's nine eleven novel by Bernard Kerik who was there and his New York City. Police Commissioner we're talking with them here on AM seven sixty here in southern California. When you when you look at the current situation under President Trump, and and you know, you've been a recipient of less than a during media at times like our friends on planet MSNBC, or wherever many, it's just the revisionist historians or something. But yeah, there's this narrative now that oh, no. It's Joe Scarborough yesterday with his stupid tweet of his that was something to the effect that Trump's more dangerous to America. The terrorists would be how how do you do that? How you say that? That they feel more secure or less a long time. And I I have a personal I had a personal relationship with them and I liked him. But I just think he is. I don't know what he's thinking to make a statement like that in in in days gone by if somebody else made a statement like that Joe Scarborough would be the first guy to jump up and screaming yelled that he had lost his mind. So I I don't know what the deal is. But you know, when I look at what's going on in Washington. And as I mentioned, I had my own problems with the government. You know, I know what they did to me. And I know why they did it. But I never in my entire life in all the thirty five years in this business. I never thought that they could do it. Or would do it more? So could do it to the president to the United States, and and have no accountability for it? Which is absolutely frightening to be having gone through this. This scares the hell out of me. And and unfortunately, the American people don't get it should scare every American. What what party you're in now? So that Bernie Kerik when you look at this and the terrorist threat, and you, and I both know that there are bad guys out there, different ways lone wolf hard to read those again, but you have a lot of different bad actors on the world stage going after us in a variety of ways cyber-attacks, what have you ever day? Do you feel? As far as the government and response and lessons of nine eleven now as we look at this from the September twelve percent perspective that the were safer or is the government because of the assault on Trump more vulnerable. No, I think we're safer. I think we're doing a lot better in the intelligence community that we did. September naturally where the local state and federal authorities communicate and where we communicate with our international allies now, but the good thing, you know, I've known the president for a long time. I've known him about twenty years. I guess the good thing about him is that his ability to compartmentalize is beyond anything I've ever seen. And I do know one thousand percent focus on our national security. So it really, you know, I don't care what they do to them. I don't care how much the attacking. He's not gonna let that go. She's not gonna let the immigration issue go. He's not gonna let are used to go. He's not gonna let the terrorism go. He's going to stay on top of this. So I actually I feel better with him in office even under under the allied assault that he's under than I have in many years. Well, I'll tell you what a lot of people in New York, and I think in the United States were resting comfortably as possible the day after nine eleven seventeen. Years ago because you were in charge there. Police Commissioner in New York City Giuliani kicked but mayor and all of that and resources and how the nation came together. But thank you for your service during those times. Thank you, sir. Many other areas and best wishes on the book. It's a must read is the grave above the graves nine eleven novel by Bernard Kerik, former police Commissioner take care safe making Mike you so this is.

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"dick russell" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"dick russell" Discussed on KNSS

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

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

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11:32 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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"dick russell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"dick russell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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

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"dick russell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on KGO 810

"Battling for this, country prior, to that Roic State of a word for a person who is there's no comparison who dodge the draft so many times because of an ankle. Problem and what have you Owns bone Spurs. Right yes well I Yes would actually in front of a nation who is affecting the principles in thoughts of people who are weak-minded any way to go along with, anything that Donald Trump has to say say it's disgusting. And makes me deals with Saint John John McCain being commented on by such a low. Life as president of the United, States when you say that this is we're gonna talk about Donald Trump and there's. A lot to criticize this week course the reason he comes up in this context is because of his complete disrespect for a John McCain and his inability even now at this tragic time a to, say something nice and you know his his disdain for. John McCain, service is, something that's notable and yes a. Veteran I resent it all to hell and I. Think that, most veterans also resent it, I mean, John? McCain. He, was He was really. Something he trained as a. Naval, aviator he survived three crashes in July of sixty seven he was serving in the Tonkin Gulf he lived through another disaster when a stray electrical charge ignited a missile on the, aircraft carrier forrestal it killed one hundred and thirty four. Sailors and injured one hundred sixty one he survived he could have returned home but he. Refused a few months later on, he was involved in a bombing mission over Hanoi his a four e Skyhawk was. Hit by a missile it sheared the right wing mckanie jetted and he landed with a broken leg and two broken arms in a lake in the middle of the North Vietnamese capital he was captured, his captor soon realized they had lucked into a prize. Possession the, son of, a famous American Admiral they were. Seeking a public relations coup a seeming show of. Humanitarianism they, offered McCain. His freedom But doing that would breach the American military code of. Conduct that required their release a POW's in the. Order they were captured he refused the. Offer he refused the offer and when he did he was put in he was in solitary confinement for two years John in these hideous conditions where what he ate was essentially. Water and. A thin pumpkin soup he, was tortured for five and a half years. Of his captivity and was permanently maimed as a result of that captivity so when Donald Trump says he's. No hero because he was captured I. Think every POW in this country I think every person who served in the military should be resentful of that and the. United States of America should recognize the war hero who has just passed away, Senator Chuck Schumer is attempting to bestow. An honor upon him tell us about the Russell Senate building the. New Senate building was built Rather renamed was named the Richard Russell of Senate office building the Russell. Building was named after a powerful United. States Senator Richard Russell from Georgia Who was the mentor of Lyndon Johnson and the Senate he, was one of the most, respected men he, actually ran, for the democratic presidential nomination in nineteen fifty too many people thought he'd. Make an president but he was a segregationist an arch segregationist dick Russell never married and Lyndon Johnson had a habit of adopting bachelors, with power so Sam, Rayburn and Richard Russell were. Always at the, Johnson home for Sunday brunch when. Johnson got to the Senate in nineteen forty-nine Richard. Russell adopted him promoted him through the ranks and in fact Lyndon Johnson became Senate minority leader I and then majority leader because of dick Russell and the interesting thing is that Johnson and the end betrayed the principles of dick Russell and segregation to back civil rights should dick Russell's name be lifted off the. Senate building as Chuck Schumer is proposing and it'd be substituted with John McCain's name Most people don't remember dick Russell they don't understand his, role in American history but we do understand. John McCain so one way or the other I am convinced that the United States Senate we'll find a, way to honor John McCain, not just with, a Bill, that funded our military the president didn't acknowledge but in a way which. Will be suitable for a great American hero in fact there is a room just occurred to me pather is a room in which, the portrait's of the, greatest members of the United. States Senator hung, John f. Kennedy presided if that. Original five clay Webster Calhoun Robert a Taft and. Robert will follow it and then additionally through the years people have been added he would not surprise me to see John McCain's portrait added to those who work great United States Senate and I would also say that the the fact that the naming Of the. Russell Senate building was proposed by Chuck Schumer is also notable because John McCain is a conservative Republican and Chuck Schumer is a liberal Democrat and so that just goes to show, you the esteem with which. This Senator was, held by his, colleagues funeral Pat because, what you're going to see is a bipartisan outpouring you're going to see two former presidents Obama and Bush. Speaking you're going to see Democrats and Republicans unite on this and We need to understand who will not be present and that's the president of the United States Donald Trump. John McCain made the decision based on his view of Trump that the president should not be present and so the. Administration we are told will be represented by the vice president Some. Would say the president. In, waiting we'll be talking about that shortly eight ten, is the telephone number eight oh eight oh. A ten, we'll get back to your telephone calls right after this I'm Pat Thurston with John Rothman we're talking. About Senator John McCain who passed away this afternoon you're listening to Keiji oh Pat Thurston on k., g. o. eight folks. Dirks Bentley here, if you see one of my concerts you know I'm all. About energy performing..

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"dick russell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Cents add up at the end of the day so as you think about an agenda for restoring the health of our of our of our democracy what what are two or three starting points that mrs secretary that you think we should think about as we head toward the midterms as we as we think about twenty twenty look the most the most critical thing in our democracy is the ability to govern i tell the students at the panetta institute that in a democracy we operate either by leadership or by crisis if leadership is there and willing to take the risks associated with leadership and make no mistake about it if you're gonna lead in this country you've gotta take risks gotta take risks if you're a businessman you gotta take risks that's what leadership's all about leadership is not there for whatever reason then we will govern by crisis and we have largely been a country in recent years that has governed by crisis you have to have a shutdown of the federal government in order for congress try to figure out what to do about the budget you have to have crisis in other areas in order to drive policy and the problem with that is you can operate that way as an elected official it's easy to wait for crisis and not have to do anything to anger your your constituents but ultimately there is a price to be paid in the prices you lose the trust of the american people in our system of governing and i think that's what the twenty two thousand sixteen election was all about was the lack of trust in washington and the failure of washington to deal with the issues that we're confronting the american people i haven't seen that improve in my history i've seen washington at its best in washington at its worst the good news is i have seen washington work when i came back worked as a legislative assistant to tom kiko who was a minority whip to everett dirksen in the senate there were a number of moderate republicans they work with democrats like humphrey and jackson dick russell they work together on issues yes they had their political differences but they work together when it came to issues confronting this country when i got elected to congress tip o'neill was the speaker he's a democrats democrat but he got along with bob michael who is the minority leader and did they have their political differences of course but when it came to major issues they work together they were willing to sit down to negotiate to respect each other to develop trust between each other and to govern the country that's broken down that process is broken down there is no trust they can't even agree on the facts regarding issues so there's an unwillingness to sit down and to negotiate and to find compromise and defying consensus and so you have to function and it's a dangerous dysfunction you can't deal with the budget you can't deal with the debt that's going to become almost over one hundred percent of gdp within these next few years they're not dealing with immigration they're not dealing with energy issues or not dealing with the whole issue of infrastructure and how to improve infrastructure in this country not dealing with the fundamental issues facing our country so concern i have is if that dysfunction continues then i think along with the president who is beginning to withdraw our leaders from our leadership role in the world i think that spells a week america and that could undermine our democracy for the future now i have great faith in our system i have great faith in in the fact that there are communities and states out there and institutions that want to make our our democracy strong but i will tell you this i do not think that our democracy is going to solve its problems from the top down it's only gonna solve its problems from the bottom up which means.

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"dick russell" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"It's nine minutes to seven alongside me here in the mini museum atari if marham is a free full nuclear bomb just a shell thankfully last live ones of its kind were removed from here in nineteen ninety eight for the decades of the cold war if britain was to drop a nuclear bomb on the soviet union it would have been by plane in the officers mess here last night i met dick russell lease to fly victors one of the planes which carried nuclear weapons he was also sent to the falklands on the black bank raid its mission while the task force was on its way to the islands by see its mission was to disable the airstrip import stanley and to send an early signal to the argentinians remember tomomi salt dishes it but even the practice was bad enough just getting out the fact you had your two policemen guarding the airplane we had to check the bomb was on board we had to check if we are going to go anywhere the fuse had to prove a move or the joke was because the fuse consisted of a load of ball bearings if the plug was taken out the ball bearings would come out as well and if we found ball bearings on the ground we used to run nick it was it never happened that was the joke that was jerry i guess you had to have a pretty dark humor about some things i mean imagine sitting on a nuclear weapon primed ready to go taxiing an airplane around with they don't bully not nice you get used to anything we're talking of course about the time you flying planes to drop nuclear bombs or being in readiness for that but there was another very famous mission that you were involved in which was to the foot cleanse the black bank raid when you weren't flying a victim you will find vulcan i was the reflect referring instructor i feel about it happened because they certainly wanted the falcons to be trained in flight refueling and the reason that the refuting is so important is that the.

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"dick russell" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Hey welcome to keep them a girl i'm keith mailing i'm hamda and if nobody said it yet happy new year it's twenty 18 beginners you wish to go on how is your life looking look in the mirror right now that's going to be you yet and noone in two years were really going to have a clear vision 'cause it's going to be 2020 twenty seven that's already a joke for two years from now as a golan area gotten the pocket nobody can take it you'll be mad if you're not first right and then somebody said this yesterday while this time zones somebody in europe conceal that i already i already preset it on my twitter now of course 2017 touched assault right harvey weinstein maurya battalion the carter dustin hoffman jeremy piven brett ratner steven skull tom size modes of tambour bore oh franken matt lauer garrison keillor anti dick russell semin syvestre sloan charlie rose danny masterson the photographer terry richardson mercy king we got more for ya now though worry but first let's now it's two thousand eighteen we don't need any more two thousand seventeen was the year of the list when the resumption yeah it was just one crazy year yes that it all came out we're done and it really legitimately all came out because there's nothing left a first i have to talk about last night hendon might eto now that's over till i knew we really need to learn how to live in the now we went to the hospital now one of us was having chest pains now the good news about chest pains as you get right in line at the.

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"dick russell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And um you know i tend to go see films that they wanna see right i have to confess i'm no huge superhero film fan people seem surprise to dan i don't know why but of not seen any of the the veges films or any of those firms a too a here the very good right but i'm quite happy just here it's a very good do a as we talk today star wars just opened to star wars her she was a huge fabu beer style was really interest me i've still got them they knew falcon of go the acts at my daughter her first love was darth vader she absolutely a doled duff mole student him at disneyland oh it's a moment and he growled them he's got those teeth and the staving carried a really wonderful performance and she was teeny enough thought this was going to scare the crap have her this is such a bad idea and then she said she stopped and she said daddy i'm in love that's my child that's my there was thought that you might have been involved in the hunt so project was that somebody that was tempting yes very challenging i not only love the films gone back to my childhood but also have the very long relationship with kathleen kennedy and frank marshall because they ended in part of the sunnier for many years back the deb day was discussion i hope hooked opium future discussion so i'd love to see you're not universal be missing you were willing to this before it since ito in the i don't even know how many years spent since batman you've you've lived a charmed life and the opportunities that you've had an act like you've made the most of them you've worked with some of the best filmmakers on the planet it turns molitor or dick russell scott isn't that group on.

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"dick russell" Discussed on Intelligence Matters

Intelligence Matters

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on Intelligence Matters

"And it kind of served me well do you think a tough period do you think looking at the ark of your career that there there were more more public figures on early on in your career who had that kind of integrity and you had that kind of character and there are today do you think we've lost something or do you think well i you know i really learned under a some of the very best in our time when i when i went back it was it was not just people like a keikel colon everett dirksen on the republican side uh there were names that probably a lot of your listeners won't remember but people like jacob javits from new york moderate republican clifford case from new jersey you scott from pennsylvania george achon from vermont mark hatfield a number of you know kind of progressive moderate republicans who are willing to work with some giants at the time on the democratic side hubert humphrey henry jackson magnusson siming fulbright dick russell from georgia sam urban from north carolina really giants and they had their political differences let's not kid anybody they had their political fights but in the end they were committed to doing what was right for the country and so the result was that republicans and democrats really did work together on landmark legislation and even when i got elected to congress in enacting seventy six tip o'neill was the speaker of the house kind of a democrats he served you served a terms elected certain times a terms in uh in the congress was elected for the ninth term and to a tip was the speaker democrats democrat uh but he had a great friend and bob michael who was the minority leader from illinois and again they had their political differences but when it came to issues they work together and that's that's what i was taught to do and i really believed in that that that was the responsibility i i at the time i i was there i think governing was considered good politics.

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"dick russell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And worldwide at wcbmcom one yes this is coast to coast am with george some dark imagery they're really chris ex from the album the rising bruce springsteen further on up the road i wanna correct aid an error and egregious error i made during the opening segment i had mentioned about the death of comedian jerry lewis in and this is what i get for add living another stay dory is that i also reported uh just gone off the top of my head the death of comic dick gregory i didn't say dick gregory though i said dick russell a uh i think dick russell is a is a jfk researcher and i've he's been on my mind at did a story about a new jfk film a week ago so that's probably the source of the air but it's dick greg gree the comedic legend who who died over the weekend and i really get the air but we we correct are airs here we're talking with robert hastings about ufos and nukes easa komo since the last time he was here a year ago he's come up with some new witnesses uh new information about berry dramatic encounters we're going to get into those in just a moment here on coast to coast am when i needed my backyard jacuzzi repaired i didn't know where to turn that's what i.

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"dick russell" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on KELO

"On the hour you won't miss a thing when you listen to kelo newstalk 1320 1079 one yes this is coast to coast am with george now some dark imagery they're really chris lyrics from the album the rising bruce springsteen further on up the road i wanna correct aid an error and egregious error i made during the opening segment i had mentioned about the death of comedian jerry lewis in and this is what i get for add living another story is that i also reported just gone off the top of my head the death of comic dick gregory i didn't say dick gregory though as if dick russell a uh i think dick russell is a is a jfk researcher and i've he's been on my mind at did a story about a new jfk film a week ago said that's i will be the source of the air but it's dick gregory the comedic legend who who died over the weekend and i really got the air but we we correct our errors here we're talking with robert hastings about ufos and nukes he's a come since the last time he was here a year ago he's come up with some new witnesses uh new information about berry dramatic encounters we're going to get into those in just a moment here on coast to coast am when i needed my backyard jacuzzi repaired i didn't know where to turn that's what i.

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"dick russell" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dick russell" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"God awesome sure home what the smiles no aw this is coast to coast am with george now some dark imagery they're really chris lyrics from album the rising bruce springsteen further on up the road i wanna correct aid an error and egregious error i made during the opening segment i had mentioned about the death of comedian jerry lewis a man this is what i get for add living another story is that i also reported uh just gone off the top of my head the death of comic dick gregory i didn't say dick gregory though as a dick russell would uh i think dick russell is is a jfk researcher and i've he's been on my mind it did a story about a new jfk film a week ago so that's probably the source of the air but it's dick greg gree the comedic legend who who died over the weekend and i really got the air but we we correct our airs here we're talking with robert hastings about ufos and nukes he's come since the last time he was here a year ago he's come up with some new witnesses a new information about very dramatic encounters we're going to get into those who just a moment here on coast to coast am leave it on news radio 1040 who when i did my backyard jacuzzi repaired i didn't know where to turn that's.

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