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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

04:08 min | 9 months ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"But he took a little piece of ever action of absolutely again, take ten percent of that. Not Too long ago, Kansas City at certain people try to go into the fireworks business too because you get a lot of money fireworks in a short period of time and great market area the way and. If, you're connected halfway connected guy you go into fireworks business and they can't sit area. You got kick a little bit to some of the guys. So I get. told me he said Yeah I said I told him that hell with that. I'm not paying anybody anything and dot go into fireworks busy. He had a rally into for forty by fake, but he did not want to have those guys coming around gotTa fibers business you really you really vulnerable invade if somebody thinks you money for running that business and you don't pay and they're mad yet man, they can take you out with the flip love match can't they? Dammed interesting because Indiana as basically no fireworks laws I mean there's a fireworks. The big mortars and stuff on every corner appear in in my little town. I don't know about southern. But. There's firework stands on every corner in Kaplans and crazy. Yeah. Crazy Kaplans and black. Every every corner in northwestern Indiana as a massive fireworks. Dan There's whole big chains they're open, twenty, four, seven some of them in an all year long, and they're the big ones like the professional fireworks anybody can just walk in and I'm so. It would make sense as please be all mob-connected. I know what they did here we had local fireworks businessman that got caught as a state representative Lee it's all handled by state statute state representative, Alex. Vizino. Who was a connected guy was he was there in the state legislature and they popped him for taking a bribe from this local farmers dealer in order to to try to a change some legislation to make it easier on the fireworks developer. So you got a mob has got good political connections and they can keep those regulations down why? The. At fireworks business goal. That's one thing they can do for you. If you're fireworks distributors, they can help keep the the regulations down because it's highly regulated anyhow moving right along McClellan committee can't remember remember the McClellan committee when I was a young man or a kid even, and it was reported all over like magazines, pitchers and stuff about the mob, the teamsters. Back and Tell us about that Cam. You know it was really Oughta wasn't quite the president yet but really happened they were there investigating organized labor one of the spark that lit the fuse was. Johnny Gardy. Who was Lucozzi member had gotten together with with Jimmy Hoffa and said look why don't you give me give me the. Paper I'll setup seven paper local. So they're not real locals. They're just setting up seven unions on paper, and then I'll be able to give you seven different votes. So Jimmy, gave him fifteen charters to set to create these fake locals. Johnny dio gets fifteen votes on the in order to help. Help, Jimmy get. Established. Back in back at this time until the nineteen ninety s teamsters elections were not they were not general elections you were you were elected by by upper managed by by the president of locals and by the vice president's in the teamsters board. So the general elections you didn't didn't count it all. But if you have fifteen locals in your pocket, that means you have fifteen votes, it wasn't. There was no general elections. So Victory Sel who was the journalist he discovers this and he writes about the corruption in these locals and especially about Johnny and Jimmy Hoffa, and this is bad because Jimmy Hoffa was was moving up towards president. So Johnny Dio had one of his thugs throw acid in victory Zell's face..

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

06:11 min | 10 months ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Following a few anonymous tips, the FBI searched all the mafia own funeral parlors in Detroit for Jimmy's ashes. They found nothing, but they did find Jimmy's hair in the trunk of that Mercury Marquee. However according to Shirin. Jimmy was never in the trunk. The FBI also searched the house where they hit supposedly took place. And while they did find blood, it didn't match Jimmy's still this story gave the FBI enough to question nine men. They believed were involved in the disappearance before a judge, they were Anthony Tony Pro Provenzano. Stephen. And Thomas, and Drena Russell Bufalino Salvatore and Gabriel Guglielmo Chuckie. O'Brien. Anthony. Tony, Jack Jack Loney and of course frank the Irishman Sheeran, they were all represented by Jimmy's former attorney. Bill Bufalino. Every one of them pleaded the fifth sheeran even pleaded the. When asked if the prosecutors yellow pen was yellow since the FEDS had no concrete evidence for a conviction, they offered immunity to anyone who came forward with information. About Jimmy's death or otherwise they wanted to put these men in prison for something. Especially, if they were going to get away with killing Jimmy Hoffa in nineteen, seventy, six charges rolled in Sal, Leo and Tony Pro were indicted with murder charges while Tony. Jack was convicted of tax fraud. Russell Bufalino was found guilty of extortion and the Andretti brothers and Gabri Guglielmo were charged with Labor racketeering meaning they exploited union workers for Prophet then in nineteen, eighty, eighty-two, sixty, two year old. Sharon was found guilty of eleven instances of labor racketeering. He was sentenced to thirty two years in prison. Check Yo Brian was cleared of suspicion by July. Thirtieth nineteen, eighty-two, the US government finally declared Jimmy Hoffa. Dead. Most of those men remain suspects in Jimmy's case remains open today. Sheeran story is accepted by some as a confession. But others close to Jimmy like his foster son Chuckie. O'Brien discredit Sharon's account as a work of fiction. Chucky claim that Sharon was known to be a pathological liar and shouldn't be trusted Jack. Goldsmith CECCHI stepson claimed Sheeran. Story was by far the greatest depiction of a false charge against my stepfather. Goldsmith worked for years to clear his stepfather's name. But let's consider the source here. Perhaps chucky the one person who wasn't. Wasn't charged with the crime is just trying to protect himself. Of course, he's not going to admit to his involvement or say Sheeran story is true. It's also important to note that Frank Sheeran denied involvement with Jimmy's murder for years in nineteen, ninety-five. Sheeran claimed that Salvatore Brazilio had killed Jimmy Hoffa, he didn't confess anything until he wrote his book which wasn't published until two, thousand, four a year after he died. Either way he lied at some point, notably, an early publishing deal for I. Heard you paint houses was thrown out. Sheeran was caught forging documents for the book including a fake letter from Jimmy. The letter was supposedly from the seventies, but forensics determined. It was written in the ninety s and called it laughable forgery. It's clear Sheeran was capable of ally. But the question is, was he doing it to protect himself and the men he was loyal to or was he just another person trying to make a buck off of the Jimmy Hoffa conspiracy due to the lack of evidence, and the fact that most of the suspects are now dead, we'll have to form our own conclusion. Which is why we're giving this a seven out of ten. Even if it wasn't Sheeran, who pulled the trigger events describes seem like a plausible final chapter in Jimmy. HOFFA's life. Jimmy upset the mob and the mob is well mob. If some was a threat, they took care of it. Sharon happened to be one of their most loyal hitmen and he was close to Jimmy Hoffa. I agree the most plausible theory points to Frank Sheeran. But unfortunately after forty four years of searching for Jimmy Hoffa's remains, there may never be a conclusive and his story. His family may never get the closure they deserve. His body may never be found his true story never told Mont one thing's for certain. Karma caught up with the duplicitous union leader. If he'd kept his dealings with the mob, the federal government and the teamsters above board, he never would have gone to that final lunch at the matches Red Fox restaurant. And as the old Sicilian, proverb goes. To kill a dog, you don't cut off its tail. Cut off its head. Thanks for tuning into to conspiracy theories, we'll be back Monday with a new episode. You can find all episodes of conspiracy theories and all other park originals for free on spotify. Of the many resources we used, we found I heard, you paint houses by Charles Brandt in Hoffa shadow by Jack Goldsmith and.

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"But on April Fifth Nineteen fifty six, just a few hours after the broadcast reese'll stepped out of New York City, restaurant and was met with a face full of acid resolve was permanently blinded in August nineteen, fifty six. The FBI found the assailant. Their suspect was a man named Abraham Tell v he was an associate of the Sicilian mob in probably connected to Jimmy Hoffa. But by the time, the FBI track till the down, he already been murdered by the gangsters who put him up for the job. The attack on resell inspired us. Senator John L McClellan to take matters into his own hands. He created the McClellan committee in January of Nineteen Fifty, seven today. It's better known as the United States Senate Select Committee on improper activities in labor and Management Senator John F. Kennedy and his brother Senator Bobby Kennedy were also members of the committee. Like victory sel bobby wanted to end the mafia's role in labor unions bobby new Jimmy. Hoffa was the glue that held the teamsters and Mafia together. He was also certain. Jimi played a role in the attack on Russell and the senator was determined to make Jimmy answer for it. On February twenty sixth nineteen, Fifty, seven, one, point two, million Americans tuned in to watch the McClellan. Committee's I hearing. Everyone wanted to see if Bobby Kennedy could take down Jimmy Hoffa the hearings continued for the next few months but the committee had no evidence that directly pointed to Jimmy Hoffa's involvement with organized crime. In fact, the televised hearings only made Jimmy more powerful. American. Saw Him as a working class hero a clean and honest man and later in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven. Jimmy. Hoffa became president of the teamsters union president of the teamsters union or not. Bobby Kennedy wouldn't let Jimmy off so easily. It was personal. Now, the hearings sparked a rivalry between Jimmy and bobby who was convinced Jimmy was guilty but Jimmy wouldn't be caught. So easily he obsessed over the McClellan committee's inner workings and hired New York Attorney John C, chesty to infiltrate its offices. He wanted to spy in the committee's research. He needed to know what they had on him. So Jimmy offered chase. Twenty Four. Dollars or two, hundred, eighteen thousand dollars today to gather that information except Chase de reported Jimmy's bribery attempt directly to the committee. Wanting to get back at Jimmy Bobby Kennedy offered chased E A job. The two formed a plan to take down Jimmy Hoffa once and for all chase the arranged a meeting with Jimmy and said, he would give him sensitive documents from the McClellan committee's HQ for a price. Meanwhile bobby planned to catch Jimmy at this meeting red handed on March Thirteenth Nineteen fifty seven, the FBI surrounded the park where Chase D. and Jimmy met. They closed in on Jimmy as soon as he handed over an envelope of cash to chase. Jimmy was arrested in charged with bribery. Bobby was certain. Had enough to convict. Jimmy. WAS, so. Confident. He said that if Jimmy got acquitted, he'd jump off the Capitol building. Unfortunately, for Bobby Kennedy. was looking like he might need a parachute. Coming up Jimmy Hoffa evades criminal charges again. This. Episode of conspiracy theories is brought to you by simply safe simply safe was designed to be easy to use well protecting your whole home twenty, four seven. You can order it online with the click of a button once I received mine I couldn't believe how easy was to set up I placed the sensors where I wanted them plugged it in, and once it connected to my Wifi, my home was completely protected. There's so much to love about simply safe. But one of the things that most impresses me is how the technology knows how to differentiate between people and pets..

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Kingpins

"This is kingpins apar- const original. I'm Melissa and I'm kate every day in May we're featuring the quote by an iconic crime figure teaching us in their own words what it takes to survive in the underworld. Today's quote is from Union. Organizer Jimmy Hoffa when Mafia hitman. Frank the Irishman Sheeran was looking for work and associates arranged a phone call with the infamous union man. Soon as he picked up the phone office said I heard you paint houses. This was a coded phrase painting. Houses was a reference to the way contract killers often splattered their targets. Blood on walls as though they were painting with it similarly. If a Hitman did carpentry it meant he made Coffins Aka. He dispose of the body himself. Hoffa rose to prominence as a union organizer during a strongly anti Labor period of American history. So acts of violent brutality like painting houses are doing carpentry or often necessary. Hoffa's passion for Labor Organization began when he was only seven years old and his father. A coal miner died of lung disease. Clearly his job in the dirty minds choking on coal dust had contributed to the fatal illness but there was nothing for Hoffa to do. The business owners had all the power when Hoffa was nineteen in the Early Nineteen Thirties. He worked on the docks unloading produce from ships and transferring it onto trucks. The pay was low and working conditions. Were poor so he organized the other dockworkers into a strike. Right as a shipment of overripe. Strawberries arrived his bosses concerned. The produce would spoil met Hoffa's demands just a few hours later fee. Early success earned him reputation as a labor organizer when the dockworkers applying to join the powerful. Teamsters union the teamsters gladly added them to their ranks and groomed hoffer for leadership position but half wasn't universally loved even amongst the Union men a few years after he joined a group of teamsters. Detroit threatened to split off and form their own chapter. This would have been disastrous to Hoffa. Unions were only powerful so long as they were united if dueling laborers competed against one another they both be crushed by their employers. Hoffa was willing to do anything to shut down the rival chapter so he called in a favor. His ex girlfriend had married a chauffeur. Who worked for Mafia so and after his death she dated another mobster with a few phone calls. Hoffa introduced himself to organized. Crime connections and the rival Union abruptly disbanded from there. Hoffa cemented his relationship with the most powerful mob bosses of the era by the time he became the president of the teamsters union in Nineteen fifty eight forty five year old. Hoffa had a wide network of Mafia contacts. They were always willing to do a favor. For Him. And HOFFA repaid generously. He maintained a belly respectable image by employing slang and double entendre. 's He never said what he really meant. So he couldn't be blamed for the occasional hits. He benefited from like when he asked Sheeran if he painted houses right before the Irishman committed an advantageous murder. But eventually HOFFA's corruption caught up with him at two PM on July Thirtieth nineteen seventy five. He called his wife from matches. Red Fox Restaurant. He'd planned to have lunch with a few mobsters but they hadn't shown up that phone call was the last time anyone ever heard from Jimmy Hoffa. Most historians believe he was killed by a mob contact but it's impossible to say for sure because his body was never found Jimmy Hoffa's unsolved disappearance is a fitting end for a man who always in ambiguities. Thanks for listening. We'll.

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

Killer Knowledge

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

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"Trial By Worms!"

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"Trial By Worms!"

"Worms bill the time and knock off that ridiculous noise. Dr Grant Overtake Dr Steve. Wondering you lighten up for a change instead of complaining. When are you join us in his own me he joined in? I would never do all right. Let me give it a shot. Okay great all you gotTa do is repeat what I say here. We go everyone. I sit alone in his jail. Time from zero. That awful smell. It is more news than you'd believe. Believe and it's coming from from blue very funny. You just go on into that floyd this entire messes your fault my fault. Yes if you had build your diamond. Space travel device to create new worm owes. Every time someone made a jump we never would have violated the words union contract and they never would've captured us well if you hadn't stolen the time and space travel device and made all those time and space jumps forcing us to chase after you. We wouldn't have created so many wearables. It's just sloppy science. Floyd US scientists have created a diamond space device that drill a score and made it spin backwards reversing the Earth's orbit and thereby going back in time. Oh Yeah you're right then ideas much better than mine. That's drill into the center of the Earth. Brilliant brilliant idea better than any of yours. I'll tell you one thing when my team is drilling to the center of the Earth They Will Sidley not be wearing your cockamamie solar-powered mining helmets. They find that poor guy. You sent a little my inventions Dr Steve. Hey doctors please. This fighting is getting US nowhere. Why can't you guys just get along chips and figure over on the far corner of the Cell Gypsum fidget are sitting huddled together telling each other Joe Reba look? They're they're stuck together like a peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich. I guess you're right Dr Grant. I'm sorry I snapped at you and I'm sorry that I belittled your inventions floyd. We're going to need to work together to get out of this mess. You're right. We need to think of a way to escape these worms with. I have an idea. We can drill into the floor here and create a tunnel do escaping right drill out of here in straight into the space stream. Why do all of your ideas have to do with drilling this? Arguing isn't getting US anywhere. Dr Floyd user ridiculous Doctor Grant Grant are floyd not your grand talk to Steve. I'm sorry I just wanted to hear bio name. Continue with your argument. You can just be quite the king. We'll see you now. I hear villains are led down a long corridor that opens into a beautifully ornate throne room at the head of the room sits a giant time space worm with a large crowd. This is his Royal Majesty Schwartzchild King of the time and Space Work Rosen. I'm ready for the next case. Your Majesty I hereby call the case of the versus the crews of the duct floyd time and space ship at the doctor Steve Ship of evil. Very well What are the charges? Go Highness these five. Criminals have violated. How Union contract that states that the time and space worms are the only creatures who may make wormholes in the time and space. What is this true? Unfortunately yes you're I have Usually the right here and he can testify to that fact. Just short human comes walking into the throne room. He is a great headman in a smart business. Suit that looks like it's from the nineteen seventies. He approaches the king bows and then starts talking to Him Majesty. These beings have definitely violated several union contracts. They've made numerous way malls throughout the time and space stream without permission or appointments and as a union leader reads off the list of charges. Dr Grant Leans over to talk to. Who is that guy? He looks familiar for some reason what I'd be. You know what that looks a little bit like Jack. Nicholson Dr Grant. Jimmy Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa. Yeah he was a famous union leader. Who became president of the teamsters in nineteen fifty? Seven later was convicted of trying to bribe. A grand. Jury was sentenced to jail for ten years. You only served about four years and then President Nixon community sentence as long as you didn't participate in the Union for ten years Wacky Nixon. Oh wait I remember now. Isn't he the guy that disappeared in? Nineteen Seventy Five. Jimmy HOFFA DISAPPEARED. And no one knew. Where he wins. I guess we answered that question. The worms must have taken him into the time and space dream and made him their union leader. No wonder violence now. I am a fair king and even though the high chancellor has warned me not to do so I will allow you criminals to speak which one of you is responsible for your transgressions. Oh he is. He's the one who invented the time and space travel device. No this isn't my

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Subsequent two years of the McClellan committee. Hoffa beat whatever charges came his way by nineteen fifty. Nine Kennedy was exhausted and frustrated. He resigned from the committee but Robert. Gut some rejuvenation in nineteen sixty. When his brother John was elected president of the United States? Robert was appointed attorney general and with this new power. He reignited his war on labor corruption as well as the mafia finally in March nineteen sixty four HOFFA was convicted for bribery and jury tampering three months later. He was convicted of misappropriating union funds. After three years of Appeals Hoffa began serving a thirteen year prison sentence. Kennedy road the success of the case into the nineteen sixty eight presidential election. He was on his way to securing the Democratic nomination when he was assassinated on June fifth nineteen sixty eight leaving Republican Richard Nixon to win the Oval Office from which in Nineteen seventy one. He commuted Jimmy. Hoffa's prison sentence HOFFA seemed in the end to have come out on top of free men once more. He worked to reestablish his power in the teamsters union but in the process he made enemies everywhere he went until nineteen seventy five when he disappeared without a trace. He was officially declared dead in nineteen. Eighty two.

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Jimmy Hoffa associate who was suspect in disappearance dies

Tim Conway Jr.

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Jimmy Hoffa associate who was suspect in disappearance dies

"A long time associate of teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa's died Charles Brian who went by Chucky was by hope aside in the decades when the labor leader developed the teamsters into one of the largest and most powerful unions in the nation binds also leading so expected Hoffa's disappearance in nineteen seventy five Brian step sons has a stepfather died yesterday in Florida of an apparent heart attack he was

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"We're doing the LO FI dub step. That was kind of the Hank Hill. I've found is going to be so much more intensity bracing myself because we were we were we were reacting to your brace held back because you are clearly both. I thought that you were you. Were just letting the moment build and you were going to scream it. Oh Yeah knows great. We'll fix it in post now. I need those great yup unrelated saw rewatch the live action. He Man yes will hold up. I liked you who plays skeleton for Oh Not Dolph lundgren frank no and gala. Yeah that's an he lo- he's the only person who hasn't disowned the film. Because kids liked it. He played a very very strange skeletons. You're also you know some toy lines. Just don't have the narrative Haft to hold a feature you know my gosh even had man at arms in there anyway. What else was Franklin Gallon Yeah he's in tons of stuff he's in he's in a bunch of stuff but he was not in the HOFFA investigation allegation. No returns you to to wrap this one up in June of twenty thirteen the FBI gets another tip and they search a field in Oakland Township Michigan. That's about twenty miles away from where Hoffa was last seen. It was a guy vaulting crime named Tony's rally not to stereotype. I put this. Is Tony Heavy. Tail and Zarella you gave the gave the authorities info about where he said Hoffa was buried he also described how Hoffa died. He said Oh yeah. He's the he's the person who said that Hoffa was hit on the head with a shovel. Them buried alive live but she said this an e book that he was selling for profit and nothing came of it. So either the authorities or bad at digging gene or Zarella was misnomer remembering but at this point no one no one has verified any remains. It's the closest they've come would be those strands of hair with off his DNA. But this also leads us to controversies. The Irishman is based on as we said a single book. Both Scorsese and Deniro who plays Sheeran described the character. She ran in the film as a fictional persona based on or loosely inspired hired by the real guy and furthermore not all HOFFA experts agree with Sheeran story. A couple of them think it's total malarkey. Okay Oh yeah. The author Dan Will Dea. He wrote the book. The HOFFA wars and he's been researching the disappearance of this gentleman for God about four years So He was speaking with Robert Deniro in twenty fourteen and he basically was trying to ward off Deniro saying that he you know he's he's got all these doubts about sheer in story telling the Niro that Shearim brand were for. Let's say essentially running a con job abondoned euro saying this is. You should not be doing this. Why would you make this movie But again like the pretty. This is a pretty interesting story even if it's not true I would say it's pretty good storytelling and and it makes me WANNA watch it. Are we in spoiler territory here for the film. I feel like we've kind of danced around it right We can yeah. We could go ahead. Let's do this spoiler countdown. Because it is a new Phil right three two you and one I was I didn't I didn't hadn't done my homework. Is that much before watching. This I knew was based on a book. I did not realize that it was meant to be unequivocally like this guy killed Jimmy Hoffa. This is a win. The moment in the film were that happens. I wasn't expecting it and then then. I immediately googled Irishman fiction. You know I think that's sort of the consensus is that it's a little more fiction or at least you know conflation of fact and fiction is pure nonfiction storytelling because it again is based on one book. One man's account deathbed confession. Essentially you know this guy did not live much longer. Pass this interview. And that's that's got dramatized in the film as well the fact that he is delivering this story story to the perspective camera which is supposed to be the journalists. Have here. which is? You're the stand for that kind of as a viewer. Excellent film but when I saw that I was like Whoa okay. I guess we're this is sort of a hybrid thing. I'm seeing here like once upon a time in Hollywood for example But if you're to believe the book then this happened. I do want to bring something up my my father-in-law talk with me about this. Pretty extensively his. He's also so a Tony and he told me that without getting into too much detail. If this kind of thing was going to go down with somebody like Jimmy Hoffa the only way you could pull it off is to get one of his closest associates or friends to do it himself because he's so protected so it would would make sense for Sheeran's character to actually be the one who's able to get close enough to to do it because we haven't really talked about this exactly but I mean they're basically weekly brothers. Yeah in the film and there's another character the Bufalino crime family whose plea Russell's played by Joe pesci wonderful Performance The three of them are kind of inseparable. They're they're almost like a family But Jimmy in particular gets a really close relationship with his daughter and that's the whole thing But yeah he is trust them like a like a blood brother. One of the other reasons I mean. Think of the logistics. If you're trying to pull off a job like this you you have somebody who not only has a a protective close circle but they also have a established schedule. Oh calendar people know where and when they're supposed to be at the majority of times. It's not like if you're just doing you know if you're ages landing in a strange town finding someone under a bridge that no one will miss for a few weeks like this is an established thing where you have you know you have have at most probably a few hours to get out of town. So it's I it it definitely. I think your father in law is on the money money. Yeah and it's kind of scary but Yeah let's let's continue so Dan. Monday has his own theory. He believes Hoffa's disappearance was in his mind. A New Jersey operation. He said he's interviewed all the suspected killer's in his decades long search for the truth of the matter and he. He thinks that it's most likely that it was a production of New Jersey. Operators Paul Mission Control Deck and raised a great point off air earlier. When when we were talking you said one thing that he found One thing that he found compelling was that the story Sheeran's account felt all kind of understated like the way knoll depicted it. This this death is you know there's not a lot of gravitas buildup. It feels feels abrupt and brutal if that is this last one was last one. Promise if that is Jimmy. HOFFA killed himself. We didn't talk Mike about this. We're not gonNA talk too much about it because there's not a ton of evidence to lean on here but what if he committed suicide which as we all know is the fancy Z.. Pants CRAVAT wearing word. For faking one's death It is very very difficult to do successfully. If you want to make any money It is is not impossible to do if you wanna just disappear and live by their wits or if you have access to someone who makes fairy accurate idea of some sort right right could he have gone with the Federal Witness Protection Program. Could he have gone with your with the Could've gone with the institution. Yeah sometimes called. witless protection And if so what happened to well we know that. Jimmy Hoffa died for legal purposes on July Thirtieth Nineteen eighty-two. Here's declared legally dead as we record. Today's episode his disappearance and his likely death have yet to be confirmed. Let's do a little math. If he were alive in two thousand nine hundred as record this he would be a hundred and six years old that means even if somehow actually went off the grid you know changed his name to Hemi Java or whatever and lived in a small town in Saskatchewan or something he probably already passed away but that hasn't stopped the investigation. As a matter of fact. This is one of the things we can leave you with the film and the book that we've mentioned today may have inspired. US investigators to get back on the case. This is so this is December nineteen. This is right now as we're recording. This as the Irishman has come out there's an interview with us. Attorney Matthew afew Snyder and Sky was asked by a reporter by someone. What do you? What do you think about the Irishman? What are your thoughts will? His statement was Certainly intriguing. I will talk about this but not now I have a lot of thoughts about it. It's unresolved I have my own theories there. There will be more to come on this Mu. Yeah I mean I you know I didn't mean to dismiss this whole thing as being like a some sort of fantasy. Obviously there's there's information in this film and in this book that is meaningful But you can draw your anybody like this is actually really close to the story. Surely there's GonNa be some stuff that there's a ring of truth to or that knows unequivocally is true and I'd be interested to hear this perspective. I think that is the people that are still alive that I think that can really shed some light on which parts of this and that's yet to be determined and this is also tuck duct duct situation. Because many of the people who would've been in their prime indirectly involved have passed on. That's just how you know. Just how the body crumbles right and yeah it makes me. It makes me wonder. If a deathbed confession has already occurred just Kinda went unnoticed glues. The family the surrounding people were just like okay. Whatever whatever GRANDPA or or or even cramp? Oh what are you saying sh Komo no no no no no we. Don't talk about GRANDPA Kampot supposed to be married to get the pillow. I'm just dark. I apologize they take. Hey we're gonNA take a quick trip over. The giants stadium is going to be fine. GRANDPA just come with us. View is from outside the play. Oh this is terrible. Is that field of dreams right now so we at this point passed the torch to you fellow listeners. What do you think has this been solved? Unofficially the way that the former agent in charge of the investigation believes that has will the answer to Jimmy. HOFFA's disappearance Durance is widely suspected death. Ever come to light. Why or why not we want to hear from you? You can find us on facebook. You can find. I just son Instagram. You can find us on twitter special. Shout out to our facebook community page. Here's where it gets crazy. We can't wait to swing by there and see what you think. Think about Jimmy Hoffa. Also hey you know we're just GONNA shoot are shot if you have information about the disappearance of Hoffa Send it send it to us. We won't rat you out we promise. Yeah Ed Sheeran if you know what your you know. Relatives did like let us know you guys got Shrek Tattoo. I did not know that he has a couple. Actually I think donkey and Shrek. He's really into Shrek is he. The one we did. I'm in love with your body. Yeah is that about Jimmy Hoffa. Good Good Ben I I would have preferred to believe it But the the line I believe is now his bedsheets smell like you. Yeah Jimmy Lou. ooh I'M GONNA look up lyrics for this after we wrap I in the meantime. Hey what do you do if you hate the social meets but you still want to tell us what happen opener. Jimmy Hoffa are you. Give us a call. You call one eight three three S. T. D. W. I t. k.. Just give.

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"And we're back now. Let's get into some of the official attempts to find a Jimmy. HOFFA were to recover his body or even to locate him if he was still alive. so let's get. Let's jump to nineteen eighty eighty nine to the FBI. And Kenneth Walton. He's the agent in charge of the FBI's Detroit office and he was speaking with the Detroit. Great News in one thousand nine hundred nine and he was talking about how he knew what had happened to Hoffa and we have a quote from him here and comfortable. I know who did it. But it's never never going to be prosecuted because we would have to divulge informants confidential sources Informants Comma confidential sources. Ci He is. Yeah well now. Let's just say I can imagine in a case like this with somebody. Like Jimmy. Hoffa the has so many connections actions to probably multiple organized. Criminal Organizations That if you did let say charge somebody that you knew where you were aware of. Who did it but if by doing that? It's GONNA compromise like two or three major. Let's say vice investigations or you. You know Investigations conspiracy like that would be a hard. That'd be a difficult choice to make at least just to find the killer or or to apprehend the killer of another known criminal or associated. Serious says why would why would you give up on this other thing. That is viable right now. Just to just to close that case e-eh because if I don't WANNA put words into the mouths of law enforcement here but I think it's a fantastic point because if you think that someone has already inherently corrupting kind of a dirt bag for one reason or another then do you feel the same moral obligation to pursue a case especially if it means pursuing that case May Preclude your ability to lock up other living criminals. Who are out there still doing things that you find morally or legally terrible? That's a really good point man. I mean it would. It would make sense that Walden at least believed truly believed he knew. Yeah and I would say also I would say also to as as anyone in the enforcement community listening to the show today include Aaron Essay Intern. Steve Steve knows. Full well I imagine that the vast majority of professionals working in those fields would say well. It doesn't matter whether I like someone who has some of a crime. It's my job. It's my career correct but it is a cold hard fact that somebody somebody somewhere would have to make the decision to you. Know if if there was in this is a big. If here if there was a conflict in that way away there were speaking of here somebody would have to make the decision to either continue searching for Hoffa and going down those leads or saying okay. We got to leave this alone. Yeah Yeah I mean it's true. It's true the search continues in two thousand one You know we mentioned earlier the lack of DNA evidence for we're testing now forensic DNA is thing friends Dina investigation rather in two thousand one. These hair strands found in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy five five mercury marquee linked Hoffa to a vehicle that authorities believed was used in this disappearance. This vehicle. This mercury mercury was owned by a friend of office named Charles Chuckie O'Brien and they were actually. They were actually friends. Police and Survivors verse members of his family. Had always believed that. O'Brien played some sort of role in the disappearance. But O'Brien for decades had denied being involved in shape form or fashion. He said in fact Hafa never even been a passenger in in his car. Now just the tip here for all the near dwells in the crowd today if you WanNa stonewall that's a pretty. That's a pretty good way to do it. You know what I mean. That's like just under the level of playing so dumb that you say I own a car. Okay we found these hairs of Jimmy. HOFFA's is in your car. He's never even been in their car. What's fair guys? This is a lot for me to take in a UH cash but But this lead this search also petered out because you see authorities linked Hafa offer us some strands of hair to the car but they were not able to determine when hoffa would have been in the car. This also could mean that since he and Chucky Hang Out A lot that maybe the hair just got on some trucks clothing or something and I think we may be buried the lead here. A little bit. Chucky was More than just a friend friend. He was Hoffa's adopted son that's right and the weights in the movie. I was a little confused about it too. Because there's a scene where somebody pulls a gun on Hoffa offer. During one of his trials like corruption trials and Chucky kick the crap out of the guy and Hoffa makes a big scene Bisazza. My boy I arrays them or whatever you run from a knife. You're Jaya God. He's charged a gun exactly Point being It was at his blood sign. It wasn't his biological biological son. But essentially was someone had taken under his wing and referred to more or less as adopted since then. My question is surely if they were as close as as as record indicates he would've been in that car before he's never been in my car. What is the car I have a car? Don't understand Charles W chuckie O'Brien so there were more searches. They've continued. We mentioned that two thousand twelve search Based on the testimony of Shirin or the statements of Sheeran investigators did search residence based on a tip. Two thousand twelve. The didn't they didn't find anything and found some blood. But it wasn't office you. I think every time tame Sheeran Ed Sheeran no raw. Oh you know power the better teaching myself here. Yeah that wasn't me you know I remember understood. Why wasn't she woman because there was this internal consistency man? Yeah and then she raw like going to be hero. That'd be cool. Thunder Cat sky. Was the superior muscled mutant show in my opinion. I wasn't or cats. Oh aw well. We're doing the LO FI dub step. That was kind of the Hank Hill. I've found is going to be so much more intensity bracing myself.

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Greta Gerwig reunites with her lady. Bird star search or Ronin in the new film little women in Gerwig Adaptation Ronin Stars as Louisa May alcott headstrong heroine Jo March film critic. Justin Chang has this review over the past few weeks. I've had people ask me about the new little women with equal parts excitement and nervousness. Was it any good after so many earlier. Screen adaptations of Louisa May alcott's beloved novel. Aw from the Nineteen thirty-three Katherine Hepburn Film to Gillian Armstrong's nineteen ninety-four version. Did we really need another go round with the march sisters. I'm happy happy to report that the answer to both questions is a resounding yes. Greta GERWIG has reshaped. That's novel with a touch that feels both faithful and radical. She wants to give us all the warm homespun pleasures and emotional satisfactions of little women. The period costumes. The sisters fireside chats some scuffles their verbal emotional sparring matches with the boy next door. Laurie but GERWIG also wants to hold this. Well worn text up to the light to to approach it from a fresh perspective and even consider some of its flaws and compromises. Her boldest stroke is to shake up the chronology cutting between two timeframes frames that begins seven years apart when the movie opens. SEAR Ronin Brash ambitious. Joe March is already in New York pursuing her dream of being in a writer the first scene finds her meeting with a publisher. A sly tracy letts and arguing over the plot and the fee of a story. She submitted Joe. Joe Is treated as a stand in for alcott herself who also had to negotiate to protect her work right from the start. Gerwig makes clear that this will be a story about the limited the opportunities that were then available to women especially women artists. That's also true of Joe's youngest sister. Amy Played by a vicious Florence pugh. She's in Paris studying to be a painter but she knows she'll have to marry well to secure her future. While there she runs into Lori perfectly played by Timothy Chaumet in full tussled heartthrob mode. They argue over the subject of marriage and a wealthy young suitor. Who's been courting amy? I've always known I would marry rich. Why should I be ashamed of that? Need to be shamed of as long as you love. Well I believe we have some power who we love. It isn't something that just happens to a person. I think the poets might disagree. Well I'm not a poet. I'm just a woman and as a woman. There's no way for me to make my I own money not enough to earn a living or to support my family. And if I had my own money which I don't that money would belong. Belong to my husband the moment we got married and if we had children they would be his not mine they would be his property. So don't sit there and tell me that marriage is an economic proposition opposition. Because it is may not be for you but it most certainly is for me by contrast the eldest March sister. Meg played by Emma Watson Watson with her husband John for love and doesn't regret it despite their everyday struggles with money they still live in their Massachusetts hometown. Asked us the shy I Beth. March played by Eliza scanlon. WHO's already sick and growing steadily weaker? Although no prior familiarity with little women is necessary to enjoy this movie. Gerwig knows that many in the audience will know the story well and that's why she feels liberated tell it as irreverently as she does here after her following the grownups sisters separately for a while she takes us back to their girlhood years when they were all under the same roof. There's the party where Joe meets and dances with Lori. The Time Amy Burns Joe's manuscript out of spite the kindness of Laurie's grandfather sweetly played by Chris. Cooper who gives Beth his piano. There is the warm angering presence of Laura dern as the sisters loving mother Marmi and also the sour condescension of Meryl Streep as their rich imperious aunt march. These moments overlap with later ones including Joe's spirited literary arguments with a professor in New York. Played by the brooding French charmer. Louis Got Al Has Ladybird GERWIG racist through every scene with a furious velocity she combines overlapping dialogue warling camerawork work and quick cuts to exhilarating effect. You feel as if you're in the room with these characters swept up in their domestic dramas at the same time. There's something I'm deeply piercing about. The Way Gerwig keeps flashing backward and forward so that past and present seem to be echoing each other while the structure takes some getting used to it it begins to pay off emotionally in a way that I've never seen little women do before the happy moments feel all the more fleeting the tragic ones all the more inevitable Emma Watson and Elisa scam and make a lovely Megan Beth but their characters feel secondary by design. This little women is a fierce tug of war between Joe and Amy Amy and Syria Ronin and Florence. PUGH are blazingly good as two highly competitive sisters who are more alike than they care to admit both are equally determined hermit to forge their own paths in art and in love speaking of love alcott famously had a different ending in mind from the more conventional romantic antic one. She was pressured into writing by her readers and her publisher one hundred fifty years later. GERWIG sets out to gently redress that wrong. With a a clever Meta fictional twist that both honors and subverts the original it's enormously satisfying to seek gerwig bridge the gap between the expectations of readers then and the desires of audiences. Now she hasn't just made little women her own. She's made a movie that rightly belongs to all of us. Justin Chang is a film critic for the L. A. Times Justin. We'll.

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How Labour’s Working-Class Vote Crumbled and Its Nemesis Won the North

Radio Yesteryear

04:11 min | 1 year ago

How Labour’s Working-Class Vote Crumbled and Its Nemesis Won the North

"To the heart before we talk about why Boris one I want to talk about why labor lost and I have a producer you may not have met and his name is Dwayne he doesn't show up very much and when when they came in to celebrate about five minutes before the show in the he pulled out of his hat just randomly eight quote of Alan Johnson and if you're watching the universe you can watch this she's the former labour home secretary right he's a playwright any ads on stage with them the founder of the momentum nightmare that is the party within the party and here is what Alan Johnson old labor it let the way that we talk about all Democrats like JFK and Sam Nunn old labor talking to court and I cut number twenty one live in London I live in Yorkshire I live in a working class community not until somebody is Joe's been around enough from the panel like dice and I'm afraid the working classes of always been a big disappointment for John and his calls it was a disaster on the doorstep everyone knew that he couldn't leave the working class out of a paper bag now Jones developed this momentum group this party with an apology aiming to keep the purity the culture of the trial because all you hear it now more more of an expert isis these this call to get their act together women on the policy I want to mention go go back to student politics in the little in a left wing that isn't realistic you gonna happen we'll see what I'm saying yeah yeah so I went off to it thanks exit polls row the most disastrous results for the Labour Party the worst result since nineteen thirty five people like at Johnny's house will never admit this but they are they have messed up completely any sound communities that are going to pay for that I feel really angry about this but we persevered with Corbin for this kind of experiment of back to the future John let me ask it learned that he's saying you've poisoned my party you've killed that dad do you hear the anger in in Sir Alan Johnson's voice yes Sir Alan and I'm from Yorkshire you hear that right he talks Yorkshire to I can't do it but my wife could that really well it's close to Lancashire which you can also talk and their side by side of course they were the big opponents in the war of the roses but he did so he's a Yorkshireman right and that's up in the north and it and that's a different kind of thing than being in London and so that's right that's a there's a I'm struggling for a word because I understand politics to be a very comprehensive thing that comprehensive and include that involves the social with those call this a social thing right they're people who live their lives in very different ways in Britain and those those people in the in the provinces the space see anywhere there was coal mining were the heart of the labor party and that's gone for them now in this election and and so he's better can they rebuilt the and we Hey we do need a two party system they're in here but I am struck by the parallels of the resistance and the never trump purrs banding together to poison the Democratic Party and resulting in an impeachment fiasco like we saw yesterday and the carbonates banding together with the remain Tories kill politics said yep that yep Jimmy Hoffa there's a good movie out about now called the Irishman and and if you just watch his career read about him are watching a good film about him what he was talking to a bunch of truckers and he was saying we need more staff this is not fair right working people people who work by the mile lease truckers right and and that's one kind of thing a see in this country and Jeremy Corbyn and in that country whole different kinds of clay political theory turned into a political fight

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Hitman. ICEMAN ICEMAN said HOFFA's body was putting a fifty five gallon drum and set on fire for a half an hour or so. The newsroom was welded shut buried. You didn't junkyard. And the drum was supposedly later dug up But a they put it not sure what they're talking about the body or the whole drama and then they smashed it. They put it in a car and they smashed into the compressor and the ship that that Japan for scrap and then we put in a rocket ship shot the entire body and they burned it for thirty men. Trying to seal into there followed a very strict recipe. Well we sous vide it in this guy xactly right so mythbusters did Jimmy Jimmy Hoffa special where they scan the ground at giants stadium with a radar to see if there were human remains under it and this was confirmed later when they tore down the stadium and look physically underneath and despite all that idiots from New Jersey still make dig here signs take them to the the new real and there can proud of it to the top Reverend's Quality Oak Tag Agam crushing this Joe CBS. I couldn't think of an acronym but I'm sure but isn't that the wrong sadie. Not right like I feel like did get dude died in Detroit. Maybe his body is somewhere in the Greater Detroit area. No but don't hate on this New Jersey's entire tourism economies clearly based on dead body to work. What else do they have? Here's another complete sleep misquote. Police took samples from the ground under a suburban Detroit driveway at least during the day after continuing after a person reported reported having witnessed the burial of body there around the time of Hoffa's nineteen seventy-five disappearance tests by Michigan State University anthropologist. This found no evidence of human remains. I love this guy. He's like he sees the damn body being buried these address. Nothing and then later that could be hop might might WANNA check also look mythbusters out a metal detector and some guy at Michigan state grabbed of dirt spontaneous combustion in another gangster said. They basically played the shell. Game with HOFFA's corpse. Tony's really said that he was buried in a shallow grave and they had planned to move him around bit but those plans deteriorated like a corpse in a shallow grave. He said that the location of the grave was near a field near the restaurant where Hoffa went missing in two thousand thirteen. Police dug up the area that he indicated and found nothing but the case remains open well to be fair. If the area indicated was just Detroit -TROIT's in general the police would have otherwise decoys the finally Michael Frenzy The New York mob boss claim to know. Oh where Hoffa was in an interview with a Youtube Channel. He said that he knew who the killer was to. His claim is that the commission the five mafia bosses in New York. Doc controlled organized crime across the country ordered it. He said quote. I can tell you the bodies very wet Kennedy and and the shooter is still alive today but currently in prison okay boomer okay but why would all those mobsters go to jail Douai for asking Jimmy the Sphinx Komeito wherever the fuck that is we could get answers answer to this shit. That isn't in the form of a fucking riddle the FBI did release a pretty obvious statement in the form of fifty six page memo in the Detroit. Free Press side note. Is there a page limit at which memo is no longer think novella. They don't speculate late on any of the information or facts regarding the disappearance itself but do speculate on the motive in it. They claim quote Hoffa was murdered at the behest of organized. Crime Crime figures who regarded his efforts to regain power within the teamsters as a threat to their control of the Union's pension fund end quote also murderers bad double space doubles as of Orange. We're the I think. The main main gist of this is that there were certain people who knew what happened to Hoffa and where the corpse was but they never said anything about it to anyone or if they did they were already recognized liars in so no one believed him so hard to find an honest mob murderer. These yeah can't trust them they should unionize. The one thing that isn't mentioned in the article is but it's pretty evident is the shit that this guy and other corrupt union officials pulled fueled Union Nyan distrust in the United Conservatives on both sides of the aisle back then latched onto the crop narrative and use this to discredit unions and help weaken them significantly. Only I know there are a lot of other factors involved in the decline of unions. But this cluster fuck should not be overlooked. Yeah if only unions had been perfect. I'm sure Jeff bezos would happily pay fifteen dollars an hour. I listened to ceaseless whole sentence so I'll young bad good guys are worse than bad bad assist. And if you had to summarize what you've learned in one sentence easel what would it be. My Dad was right. He was a goddamn chrome. and Are you ready for the quiz. So let's do this all right seesaw. Which of the following is the most valuable union benefit? We all still enjoy a the existence of weekends and thus the proliferation of workplace Monday jokes be a elimination of child labour. So Oh your children have more time home watching youtube videos of grown men playing fortnight see unions in large part responsible for healthcare being a private sector benefit secured through work or D.. Second Thought Fucking uh-huh definitely now I'm GonNa go with I'M GONNA go with B.. I'm a huge fan. I think we should be watching it. I'm such a fan of these so you got it all right. I got a good one for you. See so what cool line did the mobster that killed. Jimmy Hoffa say right before he Paul to trigger. Hey Osterloh teamsters mother be austell AVISTA smothered truck see. Here's here's looking for you or D- I'm GonNa Make Ya you also good. They're missing the fact that he was killed by the Jewish mob so how far Nettie La that is correct. That was secret. They all right one more for you seasonal. Why are you afraid of talk? You're part of the conspiracy and you're being paid off by a big rig. Your Dad clearly killed Jimmy. Hoffa really helped with the sword based parts parts of that murder. Deal about seventy five. I'm too and I'm like whacking his ankle with a little red. Go with all the above it. It was it was specifically. Just your dad killed because you only had to hack it his legs with so oh yeah. Ceaseless Dad did kill Jimmy spread out there like the LoC dead and it doesn't matter he's dead. You can't fuck imprison Asha Shit. Yeah I mean you can. I mean we already have their box. So he wins he wins. Next week. I'm going to pick Woah all right well for topsy. So Noah and Noah I've not back next week and by then Noah we'll be an expert on something else but you know and then he will be hiding an underground bunker from nicotine Lewis know who'll be honest search for flesh to rent and you can check out Thomas's those new city tour of Chicago another popcorn shop. And if you'd like to keep the show going you can make a patriot dot com slash citation pot or for leave us a five star review everywhere you can and if you'd like to get in touch with US check out past episode connect with us on social media or check the show notes be sure to check out citation pod dot dot com and remember. There's no better union negotiation than when you've kidnapped someone's daughter You're right see so burning them as a much better idea. Are you sure. There's a lot of good essays in here. I mean we got Jeffrey APP. No Sandy Hook absolutely not a weight ZIP lining put it in the fire okay..

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

"And were back when we left off Jimmy Hoffa law-abiding citizen doing his best. What he had the Italian eye clarity next to overrun so half at that time? He was doing some Amazing Union inning. He was also under investigation and appealing fraud and jury tampering charges. This this is about fifteen years into him. Being President of teamsters and at this point they make Frank Fitzsimmons his vice president. And this I guess is the first time they name Amo. Vp is a direct successor. For that. I guess there was just a vote but they assumed he was going to go to jail and they needed someone there. That could just take over and keep the kickbacks rolling in great and that was our current events news break back. I wish if only we could replace ours with a long dead semi professional mobster. They was having all this trouble with the law. JFK was president. He don't interest in there. It is anyway Eddie. JFK appointed his little brother Robert. We mentioned him earlier as attorney. General interesting thank you For me me. And my family is not nepotism if the president does it down you'll use it later. RFK was supposedly supposedly pissed. He couldn't nail down Hoffa and other union bosses years earlier and he had an ax to grind so he came after Hoffa with guns. Blazing teamsters teamsters parade for Jimmy. Hoffa in Dallas is too obvious stave off these convictions. Convictions for a long time. He was initially investigated in earnest in one thousand nine hundred seven and it would take seven years for him to be finally convicted of a crime. It would be ten before he served any time. He was eventually convicted of attempted. Bribery of grandeur. How is that even a thing like obstructing justice? Yup Yup OPPA was also convicted of fraud in nineteen sixty four this was for improper use of the teamster pension fund quote Hoffa had illegally arranged several large pension fund loans to leading organized crime figures and quote. They were good for thirteen years in prison. Tried to appeal these sentences for three years and was unsuccessful. Damn thirteen years. You can get more time for very obviously not killing a lady in Texas. Yeah so just before. He enters prison the contingency vice president Frank Fitzsimmons takeover now. The reason he was chosen by half in in the first place is that he seemed really loyal to Jimmy. He owed pretty much all of his success to Hoffa. He was local to him as well and huff had gone to great lengths to consolidate date power as the president of the union run it unilaterally but once fit simmons was appointed as president. He started to undo the work that Jimmy Dunn and he relinquished. Relinquish some of that control that the president had. Jeez you caught a prison. One time everything falls apart around story. He undid everything he had done. What did you like disorganized? The worker give back a couple of snow. Okay you're presenting that like a joke which means you're not super up to speed on what unions have been doing so maybe you should pick somebody who's one of WHO's major qualifications was. He was nearby look at him. Rock seventy five years after go into jail. HOFFA had his sentence commuted to time served and he had to stay out of union leadership leadership for a decade. The Guy Responsible President Richard Nixon interesting Hoffa also got his pension of one point. Seven million dollars is a lump sum like he was some kind of a lot of winter I guess was there really was this was an unprecedented payout by the way and just two random facts here the I. B. T. had always endorsed Democrats however the teamsters endorsed Nixon in the last election. Interesting you you. He thinks I'm crazy as the next guy and the next guy is heat but an innocent was behind anything that I don't know about is a bridge too uh-huh and even though Hafa had his sentence commuted. He was still pissed that he couldn't play union games so he started suing the Nixon Administration nation. To get this overturn. That doesn't work though. Yeah maybe because he was suing them for not ignoring the law and now he's also so running into adversity in the union itself as most of the people in it had stopped supporting him he really only still held sway over the local union where he got his start. Detroit local to ninety nine. I know it does seem like you lose some support after going to jail for basically stealing from the people you were hired to represent I mean it seems like that's not a lock doc. We know trump sure is opening in his bid to get back into power. HOFFA tried to make a deal with the mafia one of the local. You leaders and made Guy Anthony. Provenzano was approached to endorse Hoffa. This meeting did not go well quote. Provenzano refused to listen and threaten Hoffa by saying that he would pull out his guts and kidnap his granddaughters. and quote. Ed as you can imagine Hoffa did not take this so well. He retaliated by cooperating rating with investigators and against his Mafia opponents asshole. I'M GONNA go hang out with Robert F Kennedy where it's always safe no matter what and Narcan you gonNA say like. That's so fucking weird threat once you pull out my guts. I have to tell you it's really selfish care so much about Mike Grandkids. I hate to give you notes on Air Bro. You're doing that shit in the wrong. July thirtieth nineteen seventy-five Hafa Autho was supposed to meet up with local mob. Boss Anthony Jack Loney and the guy that threatened to make sausage out of them Anthony Provenzano. He went to the local restaurant called the Red Fox to meet him. He's trying to hide a gun in the toilet tank but seventy five just shooting in the only man. I'm good take flush for his wife at two fifteen and another colleague at three thirty complaining that these these two were late. This was the last time anyone spoke to Hoffa. Well the last time anyone can prove anyway. Spontaneous combustion exact. Ah that night. He doesn't return home and they find his car unlocked at the restaurant. It's six PM. The following day Hoffa is reported missing the investigation really really doesn't go anywhere they did a DNA test in two thousand one on a hair that came from a car of a family friend and found a positive match but the guy denied that Hoffa ever been in the car and FBI. The I agent in one thousand nine hundred fourteen years after Hoffa went missing. Had this to say quote. I'm comfortable I know who did it. But it's never going to be prosecuted because we would have to to divulge informants and confidential sources and quote. Just check her emails. That's awesome. I'm a little confused like isn't that. What the informants are four like an academic exercise so there's been a ton of heath level speculation I think his and I'm GonNa include some of these from the wikipedia? Sorry did you say heath level I was a conspiracy theorist way before preempt awesome Noah level speculation as in like maybe it was that guy who said he was going to rip out his guts paragraphs of my money's on that the typical Noah always blame people for the threats day. May I told you once that restraining order expires get dual recently. Certainly the film. The Irishman was released to Netflix. Or as I like to call a two thousand one a mob hit a time. Odyssey started watching it just before thanksgiving. I'M GONNA finish sometime in March anyway. That movies based on a book called. I heard you paint houses in that book and in the film. They make the ascertain that professional killer that the professional that was close to Jimmy Hoffa Frank Sharon was responsible for killing Hoffa supposedly shot Jimmy in the back of that two times and the body was cremated. The evidence here is just non existent. Okay Hey are you calling. Martin Scorsese a liar guy. Who wrote the book that Martin Base the movie off of because Martin ever has an original fucking idea? Ah Blood bloodstains from that mob. House did not match. Jimmy's blood type so different. I was plugged in the back of the noggin close. So hey we just saved you four hours of the movie version of GRANDPA talking about so if I see another old man. Eight serial from zero to shoot myself fits was the big big big story so I can have eleven thousand thousand dollars. Split up among your eighty four grandchildren. Richard Cook Linski the notorious Mafia.

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

"About the rest of you? I wear that shirt whenever I walk around Chicago useful. Nineteen fifty two. Jimmy Hoffa was elected national vice president of the teamsters that year the president of the I. B. T. Daniel Tobin was stepping down after forty five years on the job Daniels successor. Assessor Dave back was having some real difficulties securing all the support he needed to take over. And how a smoothed over any issues and exchange Hoffa got the number two spot okay. There's one one hundred percent chance after that. He just looked around the room. Like who doesn't love a solid number two poop joke trump said that this week the fifteen time five years later back was appearing before the US Senate Select Committee on Improper Opera activities in Labor or management field. He was questioned by Robert. F Kennedy a name that will appear later in the story about a missing three hundred and twenty two thousand dollars. There's from union treasury and he pleaded the Fifth Amendment meaning he refused to answer possibly incriminating questions. He pleaded the fifth one hundred and forty times. And I have. I have no idea what the over under pleading the fifth in his Senate questioning is but it seems hi how do they get all the way I two hundred and forty okay. Yeah I know I took the fifth one hundred thirty nine times in a row just now but No I'm totally. We're GONNA answer some of these questions. Just keep going go ahead. I feel like you're lying totally not lying. No I'm going to answer. Feels like I'm going to stop one hundred fortieth fortieth question and you're gonNA take no totes going to answer Doley. Just it's not gonNA be a joke. So where did you amendment. Okay okay in your face. We're GONNA murder you but we're GONNA murder you. Oh anyway at the big the Guy bt convention that year the Guy who was now under indictment got voted out and Hoffa was voted in as president of the teamsters back would be convicted of fraud fraud and get thirty months on release. He got his fifty thousand dollars a year pension from the teamsters and invested in parking. Lots dying ninety nine a millionaire. Can I just say parking lot. Union strong got a pension from the union that he was convicted of fraud. Again wrong Area HAFA created national master freight agreement. which is the terms of the contract for the Union truckers and trucking companies and? It was a huge piece of his legacy and Wikipedia. Says it could be the most important thing he did in his life. He also expanded the Union by unionizing over the road truck drivers into the teamster. Wait wait wait. Where were the existing teams under the road? This Gu quilting under the Road Schreker. I love it. He also tried to bring in airline workers but he did not have the success he had with over the road. Truck drivers all right well so far. It's just the charming tale of a legitimate businessman. Who looks out for the Little Guy? So I'm going to go get some cozy hot cocoa while we take a little break for something we call apropos of nothing.

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

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09:21 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Hello and welcome to citation needed the podcast where we choose a subject. Read a single article about it on Wikipedia. And pretend we're experts because this is the Internet and that's how it works now. I'm alive Bosnich. And I'll be uniting. This five-man workforce but I'll needs muscle and some brains. First step two guys who should probably start paying protection money to themselves. No and Tom Tom. Yeah but as learnt when I became self employed. I'm cheap I'm not saying that I'm self destructing but I am saying that I have only myself I self to blame so and also joining us tonight. Two guys old enough to played stick ball with our subject Noah and seesaw. I'll tell you HOFFA's batting average. We're playing stickball was local to ninety nine. Normally I would push back on the old thing but yeah I I must be getting all this fucking with my memory. Didn't you already introduce introduce me. Everybody is a person who is also here heath me welcome to the show. Thank you great. Now he cares when he's on the opening skit. It's all right. Take a moment. Thank our patrons. This is a beautiful little. Oh podcast you got here and it sure would be terrible if something happened to it. Luckily of an accent neighborhood over dot com slash sedation. Russian pod is kind of terrible tragedy would never take place so if you'd like to learn how to join the ranks. It'd be sure to check granted the other way. Tell US Tom. What person place thing concept phenomenon or event will we be talking about today? Well thank you to our patron box. Some not allowed near the end zone of giant stadium. Actually suits me just fine. I didn't WanNa go anyway but today we'll be talking about union leader Jimmy Hoffa who nc so you read between the lines. Are you ready to sell up the river literally any price talking skit. I I don't even care to huma. Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa was an American labor union leader when that actually meant something now it means that you're probably late on your mortgage. Yeah he was the president of the International Brotherhood of teamsters which is the truckers union and my dad teamster for several decades could not say this guy's name without calling him a crook he also went missing in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. They declared him dead seven years later but they've never found the remains and there were no convictions in the disappearance it just like Osama bin Laden and JFK. Interesting not at all like no yeah unrelated those people we shots I penciled dammit cancelled episode a hole in the forest take aac three. Jimmy was born in Brazil. Indiana Worst Carnival disappoint a AH fell one can use the bathroom. It was born on February fourteenth nineteen thirteen Valentine's baseball his his dad John Hoffa died. When Jimmy was seven from lung disease and the rest of the family moved to Detroit win? Hoffa was eleven. He quit school at fourteen years old and worked manual labor. Jobs like painting fulltime jean-mrs Apple Tree Shoe would be terrible if someone would paint your house when you at least you know what. This doesn't make any sense. I gotta get the new. y'All remember when people move to Detroit fifties. Yeah they're giving a stipend for that. They've been trying to get back. We have water now. You can drink on bottled some here. Hoffa moved on from painting houses to working in a grocery store chain when he was a teen. He became involved with the Union and organized labor. Around this time the job he was working page. Shitty wages had shittier working conditions and not a ton of job security so think professional snow podcast there with a boss done. That has nobody to blame but himself for his as best does covered. Works didn't do that. That especially since the workers wanted to unionize and Hoffa took the union leadership naturally Hoffa became inspired to work as a union organizer after a run in with an abusive forman when Jimmy stood up to him. The other employees were impressed by him so he moved on from that job and became became an organizer with the teamsters in Detroit local to ninety nine back when threatening people effectively was a valid line. Item on your resume. I I live in the wrong era. How about I fucking kill you? As a negotiation tactic that is sadly underused in today's Labour agree. Now it's fucking starve you and it's used by the other team and I don't mean you're fired and you're GonNa Starve. Congratulations you work at Walmart. Now you are below low the poverty. You made it to starvation cheeses a few years later. While working with non unionized laundry workers on their strike. He meets his soon to be wife. Josephine they married six months later. In September of Nineteen thirty six they go on to have two kids a daughter Barbara and a son James and I wanNA just quote wikipedia. Pedia here so you can hear the house price quote. The HOFFA's paid six thousand eight hundred dollars in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for modest home in northwest Detroit. The family later owned a simple simple summer. Lakefront cottage in Orion Township Michigan North of Detroit. His son by the way thirty plus years after Jimmy is removed as the teamsters teamsters union president takes over the position. He's been the president since nineteen ninety. Nine yes true fact about that House in Detroit. It's actually worth less now than it was seven. Grandma gives you everything. North of I ninety in in the thirties the forties the teamsters grew pretty significantly in both numbers and power in one thousand nine hundred eighty when they were founded they had seventy five thousand members. There was a push push by Hoffa and other union leaders to consolidate other trucker unions with T- with the teamsters that made their membership grow to one hundred seventy thousand in nineteen thirty six and four hundred twenty thousand in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and it was over a million by nineteen fifty one off one a bunch. A contract disputes using quickie strikes quickie strikes. We're only one side is happy about the outcome that checks get term and the Secondary Boycotts which leveraged other related industries to pressure Asher to put pressure on another to get them to cave to the demands of the Union would be like a grocery store strike to help get rights for farm laborers. It's hard to wrap your head around it but back then workers actually cared about other workers also since the teamsters were connected to a ton of professions since they delivered raw materials. Finish this project is that are they. Would they use to become the most powerful union in the country right That's why Amazon workers each their own P. Bucket now on everything and hey fun. Fact that secondary boycotts thing literally illegal now. So yeah if you're in a union don't like root too hard for a second bucket per a person shall. We can't even get everyone in the same room to decide that people shouldn't go bankrupt or die if they get sick I try to convince people to take time off of work to strike. Because their neighbors are striking is Utopian dreamscapes. We will never see again something. which I just said about the nineteen seventies seventies and the mob had its dirty hands in the pie to the truckers union were totally in bed with the Mafia? So this means that Hoffa in order to get and maintain power in the unions had to deal with mafia bosses quote he had to make accommodations and arrangements with many gangsters. Beginning getting in the Detroit area organized crime influence over the I bt would expand as the union itself crew and quote okay but Nowadays Union leaders have to get in bed with unsavory unsavory characters like US Congress Giambi two hours so even though Hoffa was a teamster n a union organizer Eiser. He never worked as a truck driver. Or a doc and that's how management works though and that's why it's better in nineteen forty six. In December. Jimmy Hoffa became the president of the Detroit. Local to ninety nine Hoffa received a draft letter for World War Two and he quote obtained a deferment deferment from military service in World War Two by successfully making a case for his union leadership skills being more valuable to the nation by keeping freight running smoothly to to assist the war effort end quote shortly thereafter. He became the head of the Michigan. teamsters dear Uncle Sam. These kneecaps ain't gonNA break themselves. I'M GONNA go ahead and pass La Jim I love it. The actual deferment was based on. I'm too important to get shot in. What does it say.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Ally why are you walking us out into the woods. Did you make a raccoon Harem again. No I do not believe ah look we just need to go a little farther into this grove here and Voila. Oh Hey guys. Oh Hey best friend what what. What are you guys doing out here? I had a GPS tracker installed in your hip two days after we met what it's not important but what are are you doing out here. Oh me I'm nothing. Nothing and why are you trying to how to shovel behind your back right now. I could see it. Oh this yup this some Nashoba. Yeah that's the motor Musashi workout. It's all the rage now in that whole back there. Nothing I don't know what Hol- what are you talking about. Let's just go back to studio. We can still go back right now. I get it. It's this week. We're doing Jimmy Hoffa so barren body out here something like a bit to go with Jimmy. That's cool that's cool. Can I touch it touch that. I would also like to touch the by the body that is it guys that is exactly. There's actually nothing in the whole week. We should just go back. Let's just go back what he go back to. What is this sticking out? This looks like an essay. An essay on Fatty arbuckle. Koos August. Though what is that all about Bette are bug zero talking really weird. Were you burying a citation needed script out here about fatty Freddie arbuckle. Maybe I don't know why it doesn't look bad eight. This is funny jokes on page two good story. I I don't know y you're the second half. Oh boy okay I get it now all right let me see that how bad could be. Wow Oh you guys wanna how many Berea barons the whole right here No that's that's us. That's saying Columbine Oh right. Oh God what about that. You're running on a space out here. We need a new spot new. Yeah still think we should have done terri. Schiavo he not having that conversation again.

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National Board of Review Names ‘The Irishman’ the Year’s Best Film

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

National Board of Review Names ‘The Irishman’ the Year’s Best Film

"The other day I just don't wash the Irish sensor it's named the best film this is us for safe use the Irish story of Frank sure straight up the mob this is your best best film bind the best phone by national board of review I don't know about that it's good movie very much were there very attention and boy it brings up some serious questions like about the Jimmy Hoffa I hit and all that stuff but the one thing in Scorsese's always fantastic when he does the mafia thing but I thought Goodfellas was way better than this I mean is a good movie but I think and what he called their one of my contacts you know casino good fellows those are the two I want to say premier mafia movies ever up all this one's good Irishman's good see it's on

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Was supposedly murdered him and they dug up the floorboards and they found they found blood and they that house at the time of the supposed. Jimmy Hoffa murder was going on rented. It was just like a like a Mafia house that they like. You could plausibly. Just walks in you. You know nobody would be there. Kill guy but the blood on the on the floorboards did not match office does not DNA match This and also this Guy Frank Sheeran. He was friends with Hoffa for a long time too but he was like a known like you said a guy who paints houses did a lot outta house painting for the Buffalo Family which was at the time probably the most powerful Mafia family they were out of New York so It was it was one of those things and then you know the when when Hoffa disappeared they did all the things in nineteen seventy five the call the police called the you know the FBI got involved. They questioned people. They questioned Tony Pro and then this Anthony Jack Lonnie who supposedly you know going to meet with him that day. They both had like airtight alibis. So they tony pro said Hey I was playing cars Jersey all these people who can corroborate Jack Laney said he was getting a haircut. So it's like there are no no nobody no witnesses. This is in the to like possible suspects right off the bat have good alibis so it was just like there's just as it is a cold case from the word go and a big part is to get away from Sharon for a second here like you said those guys. Whoever they were with they kept talking about the time They kept talking about the time because they wanted that alibi. Oh by to let people know like Oh yeah two o'clock three thirty four PM. I remember I was with them and they kept saying that time so like of course tell them celebrate. They knew what they were doing. And that makes you think they had some type of influence in this but Frank Sharon why. I think people have problems with him confessing to the crime as he was is pretty he was pretty loose with the stuff he could fast too. I guess and I. That's what everything I've seen. was that they in listen. You're going to see it in the movie star. Like if you're if you don't want whatever there might be spoilers but there's no spoilers I said yes history is history exactly so he liked chartered a mini private plane to Detroit throughout Ohio. And then they said that that that's impossible I don't there's a lot of yeah. There's a lot of conspiracies into believing that Frank Sharon earn liars. Actually Dan Baldia. who was like Jimmy Hoffa expert? He is like on a crusade against the movie. And he's upset with the Niro and Scorsese because like he's you so like you so like stuck in the mud like hey. There's no way frank. Sharon did this in confess. Because he was dying he needed money he was broke. All I don't wow that's kind of a is trying to sell books. That's the background on why Sharon didn't do it. And then you have like you said there's reasonably that he may have done it. Yeah well well The other part of that is you know sharing like it or not. It was a Catholic right so he might have just been confessing like. Just get this off my chest fast like I did it. I am dying I am broke but I am also dying and I don't WanNa take this to my deathbed like that. That's the thing that happens too. So maybe maybe he did do it but you know like you said there. There are some details. That are a little fuzzy where it's like all Sheeran says who is in this car and there's no evidence of him being in like them picking him up at a certain car and then there's the NAF him found in a different car a car. Belonging this Guy Chuckie O'Brien So another Mafia Guy who knew all parties involved so it was like okay like wall then that is a major detail of Sheeran story. That doesn't quite line up because there's no detail in one long car that he supposedly took and there is DNA. In this guy. Chucky O'Brien's car so Chuckie O'Brien he was kind of like a guy who he was almost almost a doofus. I would say what the way they described it right. Yeah like he was just kind of And he just. He wasn't seen like the not the alibi on him. But the like the the discussion couldn't have been chuck. O'Brien is it. He was not a guy that you put out for this job right trusted yes right like this was a job that it would have been very tight slipped. Nominee people would have known in their best guys end of story. Right a guy like sharing. Yes a guy like Sharon not a guy like Chuck Bryant Right. So they're just the people find it hard to believe that they had any this guy anywhere near this and Chuckie. O'Brien has also just vehemently denied any involvement for fifty years or forty years. So it's also you know like so again like maybe I don't know why but I believe them but in that kind of backs it up to it's like if you're you're you have to this is not just maybe Chucky O'Brien's good enough for a normal mob hit. This is Jimmy Hoffa like like. We've talked about like this is a guy who received the presidential part this this guy who's been on national TV with you. Know other presidents I. It's it's insane like how well known and powerful. This guy was so it's not just so you know it's you like you said you'd better use your absolute best guys and and like you can't have big conspiracy 'cause people like the power and they like the credit and someone someone will have you know loose lips sink ships and that's how this thing goes down so you have to have somebody you can absolutely trust and Sharon was a guy that Russell Bufalino absolutely trusted. Yeah and people knew Jimmy Hoffa you know like people knew who he it's not like you could just couldn't make their worst supporters at the time for sure. A lot of the people didn't want him there here at the end when he had his most support at that time. Still in Detroit and it was in Detroit Michigan. You know Also the Detroit mob. I mean it's all title Newark but was there anything else that there was kind of. Yeah so I mean. There's a million theory so I don't if we want to hop onto another one but supposedly office traveling all the time he's in prison and his wife gets a little bit lonely so she actually has an affair. Allegedly now this is according to Guy Tarrant McShane and Terence McShane worked for the FBI and he also was Part of this board that was in charge of like Kinda rebuilding and fixing like like an anti corruption board of teamsters so like not he had. FBI information the also had some inside information and he wrote a book as well and he said that you know this was the thing that you know. HOFFA's wife Josephine had an affair with kind of a low level Mobster guy in Detroit Hafa finds out about it and he goes to like the Don on of the the head of the Detroit. Mafia's this Guy Torelli and it's really go. Listens to his story. Goes Okay and then he's just like wow like office completely we lost. It has no respect. Can't handle like his own wife can't handle like this again. This is another time it was like hey like take care of your your own problems yourself with your family and and so they just kind of lost you know the kind of started looking at him in a different light kind of way so now it's like like they already had problems with Hoffa. I think he's losing his grip lake totally that and they're worried that he's GonNa Start blabbing about how deep the connections between the Mafia and because it's it's like you're willing to tell me about problems with your wife. What else are you willing to say? So now they like now. They feel like they can't trust him To handle these problems and keep his mouth shut so they get kinda get worried and again. It's like goes back to the issue about the money like they still want access to that money. So now he becomes like an expendable and Person and kind of somebody that they just they just can't trust and it's also important in our. I'm sorry we didn't mention this already. He was already open or he was working with people to against them up wasn't wasn't he working with authorities. Well that was part of his case before that he was leaking stuff against both the I bt and the Mafia so like Hoffa's like playing every which way and like people they they know like the Mafia. Yeah and you know once you get in that situation you you're asking for trouble. Yeah you're you're toast toasted. That's the truth and Richard Kuklinski. If we want to go to another suspect if you WanNa talk about his situational yes so talk about another guy who the the mafia absolutely trust as a Hitman so he is another guy who ties to the The BUFALINI family The story goes oppose a he showed up to the Red Fox with Tony Pro and then there is like an unnamed driver driver and so the driver twenty pro sitting shotgun took Linski in the back with Hoffa and now Hoffa you know people all these stories with Hoffa getting into a car right because he just assumes that at the meeting location has been changed and he's like pissed off because they're late but like whatever. Let's let's go so he gets into the car and Twenty programs could Kalinski Signal bashes him in the head with job job. Breaker stabs them and then they pull off to the side of the road and throw them in a body bag. Put Him in the trunk and then they take that too. Is that the one they took to an incinerator raider. Yes that's the one that. Put them in a fifty five gallon. Oh yeah fifty. Five Gallon oil drum welded it shut and then buried it so that was like that was the story that that's where HOFFA ended up buried in oil drum then they actually because the FBI they had like some other case and somebody said they had information about the whereabouts of of of Of HOFFA and the Mafia found out about that supposedly they dug up that oil drum. Put it in the back of a car. Put the car through a compactor and shipped it to Japan so like to be recycled and used for other auto parts. So it's just like a steel scrap car with an oil drum containing Jimmy Hoffa's body audience and then the defense against that as they would never be dumb enough to send a body across fucking the ocean that and then also Hof is not a dummy..

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A Look At The Latest Movies In Theaters

Hugh Hewitt

12:05 min | 1 year ago

A Look At The Latest Movies In Theaters

"Movies tonight's premiere a lot of really interesting movies premiering tonight including the latest in the terminator series in the first movie that James Cameron's been involved in in a bit joining us now to talk about terminator dark fate and a few others is sorry bunch Washington post center stage contributor and movie critic joining us here in the here who have program said bunch good to talk to you about friends here in Cleveland how are I'm great Bob I'm great it is it is kind of a weird weekend at the at the movies you've got you've got a couple of pseudo award hi quite releases coming out this weekend you've got motherless Brooklyn right which is the ad Norton new are about life in New York City in the in you know thanks Vera it it is that the the problem with this movie is that it is the features as Norton doing that very ed Norton the actor leaf thing you know if you've seen the trailer a hundred times and I have a you know that this is you know that this is going to be which he you know kind of should the shuddering map and then you also have which is the story of Harriet Tubman I let me see if I may so he let me ask you a bit more about motherless Brooklyn because I am an Edward Norton fan and I'm I mean going going back to the illusionist I mean it I mean virtually all of the twenty fifth hour is that the kind of thing you're talking about when you see a typical Edward Norton type of it is a very it's a very after the manner performance yeah he's doing he's doing if he played a character who has as a mental disorder if they it's kind of a rain man white hi situation and you know it it it depends on how much patience you have for that like I it again my my my big complaint here is that the movie is two and a half hours long and the this is the an ad that somebody with limited patient it's hard to do that and so and there's also Herriot which unfortunately I I miss that my my child had the flu so I was not able to get the the the press screening of that but I'm I'm pretty interested in it in part because it makes Hardman look like a walking talking poster for the the the second amendment as she's you know she she has the arm up there she can head back south and and free the slaves I I I I am looking for that I have not actually seen it's like yeah I can't say one way or the other if it is they recommend or not recommend other terminator dark fate is is the big movie out this week of opening wide on you know four thousand three and is the first James Cameron involves terminator then in the the second one then he turned right back yeah and it is also a direct sequel to teach here this is one thing that people are fans if if there are fans out there who have obsessively watched all of the terminator movies you know terminator three terminator salvation terminator Genisys that that there are Connor chronicle this kind of gets all of that the the the with all of that out of existence and it's just the straight world two terminator two which that's great news that's great news because I I'm one of those who skipped all of those sorry I I I I don't know why the genesis and the others did not grab me because I was a huge terminator fan of the first two and I missed all the rest so I kind of thought I can't go see this I will have missed so much so you're saying that matter does not matter if you if you've seen terminator wanted terminator two you're all caught up I think I think most people have just seen terminator one in terminator three honestly I I have a soft spot for I thought it was interesting and there's something kind of different with the with the with the franchise the terminator dark fate starters there were it features the return of Linda Hamilton affair Connor she is back in trying to save a a young girl who lived in Mexico for being a what being wiped out by the terminator that is kind of a mix of the the terminators from the first two movies that if the if gotta act endoskeleton you know the metal and a skeleton with the metal liquid liquid metal poly alloy him make a kind of separate itself the can in separate itself into two sermon acres wow it's not just one and can I come in gonna coming hello and thank you and also a defining this girl is at a argument human I play by mackenzie Davis who who is the is the interesting actress she was on the halt and catch fire the prestige internet TV are you know prestige SL on AMC about the the ride the use a mac whatever Bubba around the figure out so the bunch though about terminator dark fate is is at his age he doesn't look like in cannot be the terminator of the past what role does Arnold play in his terminator by a persona in this thing sure well I I I don't want to spoil too much but but Arnold is also back he he will be back he is back and he is playing a terminator that has that came back from from the past and have kind of that'll that'll down almost the he has he has a family and I I'm not joking not a joke you have a family and his family is a family of five plus I mean I I get was it too much okay bye I got too much it is it is interesting you know there's there's there's a whole gender studies dissertation the written about the evolution of the terminator through through the years you know the in the four and like the role of masculinity in society or something as in the first movie right he's just as big Bob naked that you'd write me right goes around killing people and you know he is very of what product any you know and then in the second movie he had you have to learn to feel any you know he he gave he did he get them humor and you get them on personality and then in this movie he is again almost domesticated and it's very strange to her watch he that play out on screen it's not bad exactly if it's just strange I don't know I mean but the problem with this movie is that it totally fine but nothing more than that and if you if you want to revisit this world and you want to do it with James Cameron I think you need something a little more than fine but I also don't know that there's there's that much more you can do with the terminator movies right if it's a movie about you know sending a robot back into the past to kill somebody who is important to humanity future and you can only do that so many times with the before before the well really run right right well yeah I I just I think it I I think you could I I I I can't I can't give us a strong recommend in the sense that I don't think it's a much the gotta you gotta get out there you're gonna be wowed by it but it's it's okay it's fine you won't hate it if if mediocre we're not gonna see Arnold on skis jumping over cage shark though you're here you're telling me it's it's it's a less okay I feel like that sounds may have jumped the shark when you told me there's a terminator family I don't know how that's going to play out they said the only ask you one other question also opening this weekend I'm AT and if you've seen it or not but I'm interested just because of the heavy weights involved deniro has taken on a break from bashing Donald Trump and decided to make a movie here with Pacino and with the ray Romano as well it's the Irishman the Jimmy Hoffa another Jimmy Hoffa a vehicle here any thoughts on that one well I actually see that this morning there's a press screening the hot so I I do not have any thought Jeff yeah I I I don't be is it actually out in theaters now is that I had seen the ingleses opens today now so that yeah yeah yes so it is it okay after this is a necklace release it is going to be playing limited in a few theaters around the country it is a and I I just looked it up it is playing in DC so I I see it in a couple hours I will let you get back and let everybody know how good it is next week I yeah but it is it is out in a limited run in theaters right now mostly landmark they think and then it's going to be on Netflix on I think the fifteenth but let me I I will I will I I saw I saw the promotion for the movie yesterday on I don't know if it was the today show for what it was but but I did see here in interview no one today but anyway I did see an interview with the three of them and you know anytime you see anytime you see deniro and Pacino get together on screen which they have done numerous times it's it's huge it's you know either the chemistry is always perfect and and and it's always it the question is about the story which you'll find out later this morning but I'm also curious to see whether or not Robert de Niro's brand has been damaged or diminished at all because of his you know is this political career now seems to be as important to him is that his acting career and some people love his you know outside interests bashing Donald Trump and some people really resent it'll be interesting to see how audiences respond yeah so it it's on that puts on November twenty seventh in theaters now it in a few theaters now Hampel theaters now and then they'll be on Netflix starting November twenty seventh you know it's interesting because I I it'll be it'll be hard to judge exactly what what the response to this movie is because Netflix doesn't release any actual data you know they they don't release box office data they don't release of the data who actually watch it the movie and how much of it so it's hard it's hard to say if audiences will you know will stay away from that new models sorry is this a new model big you're right I mean it's Netflix produced and I think I saw on exposures today it's a hundred sixty million dollar budget so it's a massive budget movie if I saw that correctly in its Netflix and they are going to put it on Netflix but it's going to have a limited run in theaters is that a new model I don't I don't recall that being a very common thing if it's Netflix for them to put it in the mix we asked for a while they do it they do it for the they do it for you know doctors even type movie the the awards contenders because in order to qualify for the Oscars you have to have a theatrical run in in at least New York and Los Angeles or you know one week or two weeks it if if the thing so they they expand that a little bit and do you know Chicago the others but it is it is not a it is not the standard necklace really followed not the first time they've done that they did that last year for Roma and some of their other movies ballad about their Scruggs and and a couple others and they've they've done it a couple times this year but it is it's very it's very strange because the because of the way they work the major theater chains that want to work with them they have to do the right in the route well I'll tell you what Sonny it's a really interesting mix there's terminator if you're a fan of the series of special the first to go to that one if you can stand two and a half hours of jittery go see motherless Brooklyn and we'll find out next week what you thought of the Irishman sunny bunch Washington Post movie critic 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De Niro: 'The Irishman' to be last epic reunion with Al Pacino, Joe Pesci

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De Niro: 'The Irishman' to be last epic reunion with Al Pacino, Joe Pesci

"Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci re team with director Martin Scorsese the crime drama the Irishman based on real life mob hit man Frank Sheeran the film follows his life from serving in World War two through his criminal career and as possible involvement in the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa cannot back with Harvey Keitel and al Pacino's also

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on GONE

GONE

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on GONE

"Accounts, and are essentially speculations. Jimmy Hoffa's body has never been found and without that vital evidence to shine the light on what happened all those years ago almost any theory could be true. The first theory is that a hitman named Frank Sheeran executed the hit on Hoffa Sheeran. A high ranking mob affiliate of the buffalo. Lino family and longtime friend of Hoffa recalls. The day in Charles brands two thousand four book. I heard you paint houses Frank the Irishman Sheeran and closing the case on Jimmy Hoffa in the biography. Frank states that he was sent to the red FOX to meet Hoffa for the two pm meeting. He was accompanied by Salvatori Sally, bugs Brig aglow. Tony pros right hand, man. Chuckie O'Brien one of Hoffa's longtime friends, drove them in a maroon mercury that was believed to belong to Jack Aloni son Hoffa recognize the car and the men when they finally arrived at the red FOX he likely assumed that they were there to pick him up, and that the meeting location had changed hafa was era -tated. But he knew he couldn't pass up the chance to make peace with Tony. He got in the car with the men. After a short drive their rive at a house Sheeran. Hoffa got out of the car. O'brien and Sally bugs stayed inside. The car is they weren't important enough to be at a meeting of the significance. But Hoffa trusted Sheeran. Hoffa walked into the house first and as Shirin entered he shut the door behind him. As he entered the foyer off of realized that nobody was in the house to greet them. Oughta began to suspect that he and Shirin were about to be ambushed little did he know that Sheeran was complicit in the plan by Sheeran's account as Hoffa turn to leave the house Sheeran leveled his handgun and shot Hoffa twice behind the right ear Sheeran left immediately, leaving the body and the gun on the floor. Low ranking mob affiliates would later clean up the blood and wipe the house of any evidence. Hoffa's body was cremated. Before he died in two thousand three here told numerous reporters that he murdered Hoffa almost as if confessing his sins Sheeran was one of the most trusted associates of Russell Buffa Lino and extremely powerful mob boss who feared that Hoffa's threats to expose Teamster and mob ties would become reality. Buff Lino would have the authority to order a hit on Hoffa and here in as one of his most trusted and skilled affiliates. Would logically be his picked to execute the plan. Although Sheeran was good friends with Hoffa to he knew that if he were to refuse. Buffalo knows orders. He would risk being killed himself Sheeran's account was fuzzy, but the FBI was able to use his confession to track down the house where the alleged murder took place the physical description he provided matched up and the timing was right to the house wasn't being rented to anyone during. The time period in which the murder took place. Finally within the house, the FBI found the smoking gun or more, specifically, the blood that the gun had shed. There were bloodstains underneath the hardwood floors of the foyer, but after extensive testing, none of the blood was linked to Hoffa's DNA. Frank Sheeran's account was one of the more viable theories on what happened to Jimmy Hoffa. But in the absence of a body or even proof of what really happened that day in nineteen seventy five dozens of other theories have emerged. This leads us to our second theory. Although Hoffa's DNA wasn't found in the house that Sheeran described. They did find Hoffa's DNA someplace else in

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Jerri Williams is a retired FBI Agent, Author, and Podcaster

Unstructured

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Jerri Williams is a retired FBI Agent, Author, and Podcaster

"Today, we are with Jerry Williams, and she is retired from the FBI even cooler. She has a podcast, which is FBI retired case file review where she talks to other folks are retired from the FBI. Now, if you guys are anything like me. Your imaginations have to be completely lurid to say, oh my God. Who have you talked to what cases have you seen? What is going on? So let's start. How are you doing today? Jerry. I'm doing great. Thank you so much for coming on. Thank you for having me. Now, I have a group called unstructured as well. His kind of ten generally with the podcast, also friends, and I put out a call for questions. So of course, I have to get cheeky questions that come in. We'll start up on a high note. Okay. Where's Jimmy Hoffa? Oh, I wish I knew. And now, I should say, you know, all the places he could be because I probably he probably isn't together in one piece anywhere. Actually on though. I think I read something like they found where he was killed. In blood trails or whatever like in the bottom of a basement somewhere. But his probably a little bits of pieces all over the country, are are maybe just disintegrated in a big VAT of asset, but our minds could take all over the place as to where Jimmy is poor Jimmy. Yeah. Poor jimmy. But then he kinda did get into bed with them. Maybe the wrong people. Yeah. I think so or I know seriously though, you really didn't work in organized crime Levy worked in financial crime and fraud. Yeah. I spent most of my career doing white collar crime economic fraud. So advanced face games business to business telemarketing fraud Ponzi schemes, that's the kind of thing that I did. And it was fascinating. I can only imagine I'm curious all these check cashing stores. Yes. Is there an unsavory element tied with them? I don't know. I guess some of them possibly I anybody who will cash your check and claim ten percent are more of it is certainly not looking at for your best interest. That's yeah. I guess that's an ethical question. I just didn't know because there seems to be so many of them that I don't know which one seems shadier them or mattress stores. Now, that's a that's a a wide comparison will have you ever driven around and say how can there be four master stores one on

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"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy hoffa" Discussed on Historical Figures

"On jimmy didn't come home that night his family immediately reported him missing his son james had been concerned for jimmy safety for quite some time and it seems his worst fears were coming to life the two anthony's jimmy was set to meet that day at the match as red fox both denied the plans any and all leads ran dry the investigation remained open for quite some time jimmy was not declared dead until 1982 whereas jimmy hoffa very i mean that's the question that always is asked every time love somebody brings up law enforcement and you always like to get the body and a homicide case you always want to find out what happened jimmy's rise to power and and'disappearances one that still gains traction today every few years someone comes forward with a whisper of information that set the fbi out on further investigations there are a plethora of theories and countless conspiracy theories involving this mystery some believe the mafia killed jim me something he was killed by friends and buried in giants stadium others think he met his end in a factory by way of a meatgrinder a mafia hitman named frank sheeran nicknamed the irishman due to his irishamerican heritage claimed on his deathbed the he killed hoffa by shooting him twice in the back of the head in an empty house however police have been unable to verify sheeran story a book covering sheeran's confession is being adapted into a movie by martin scorsese and is slated for release in two thousand eighteen the truth is we don't know who killed jimmy hoffa and it's unlikely that we ever will one thing is certain someone wanted jimmy out of the picture and they were willing to go to any length to see him silenced but even though jimmy disappeared his legacy lives on through is monumental accomplishments for union workers his work ethic and passion levant and his son james p hoffa the current president of the internet.

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