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Additional information on Chester Campbell Wheeler below. " Black Underworld: Frank Ward not only met with Max Julien (above-with his two brothers) to make sure the actor portrayed him correctly, but he also provided protection for the cast and crew on the set of "The Mack." Ward was the biggest black crime boss/black godfather to come through Oakland, ever.Backstory: A convicted murderer and reputed hit man for drug dealers -- who triggered a furor in 1975 when he was arrested with notebooks filled with details about drug investigations and top law enforcement officials -- was arrested Wednesday by federal agents. He was also a pimp with the largest stable in Northern California. Trouble came when Huey Newton and the Black Panther Party-who ran the political side of black Oakland-felt the production had infringed on their turf.Despite her strident public image, Jane Fonda freely admits that her private life hasn’t always been a success.But entering what she calls her ‘third act’ was a watershed for her.When they get to the other side, they often disconnect the bridge and leave you behind, or…

Former POW Edison Miller said the entire camp he was in wanted to meet her and certainly no one was tortured for refusing to do so. She even called the wives of some of the men she met with to provide them with updates about their husbands.

In actuality, no POWs would have needed to sneak Fonda notes with their socials written on them, as she could simply have remembered their names and repeated them once she returned home.

Plus, there was no reason for the POWs' identities to have been kept a secret in the first place.

Fonda tiny pieces of paper with their social security numbers so to identify themselves to American authorities - only for her to hand the pile of notes to a North Vietnamese commanding officer who ordered beatings for the men in question, killing all except one who lived to tell the story.

The other tale is that a POW was struck in the face with a wooden baton for refusing to talk to Fonda on a separate occasion during the same visit and suffers from permanent double vision as a result of that punishment. Larry Carrigan and Air Force pilot Jerry Driscoll, each of whom have repeatedly denied both writing the letters and the incidents described therein.

Former POW Edison Miller said the entire camp he was in wanted to meet her and certainly no one was tortured for refusing to do so. She even called the wives of some of the men she met with to provide them with updates about their husbands.

In actuality, no POWs would have needed to sneak Fonda notes with their socials written on them, as she could simply have remembered their names and repeated them once she returned home.

Plus, there was no reason for the POWs' identities to have been kept a secret in the first place.

Fonda tiny pieces of paper with their social security numbers so to identify themselves to American authorities - only for her to hand the pile of notes to a North Vietnamese commanding officer who ordered beatings for the men in question, killing all except one who lived to tell the story.

The other tale is that a POW was struck in the face with a wooden baton for refusing to talk to Fonda on a separate occasion during the same visit and suffers from permanent double vision as a result of that punishment. Larry Carrigan and Air Force pilot Jerry Driscoll, each of whom have repeatedly denied both writing the letters and the incidents described therein.

If you have, you’ve likely ended up being “the bridge” there too.