Hoffa Can't Kick the Corruption Habit

Aloise Hit With Corruption Charges

International Vice President Rome Aloise has been hit with 122 pages of corruption charges, including racketeering, negotiating a sham labor contract and soliciting gifts from employers. Hoffa has not stepped away from Aloise whose facebook page brags that Hoffa and Hall have his back.  CHECK THE FACTS: Independent Review Board report on Charges on Rome Aloise, February 10, 2016  

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