UPDATED: On September 28, the Election Supervisor ruled against the Hoffa-Hall protest, noting that the member did not touch, threaten or even raise his voice to Hall, but merely asked him about health care concessions, while Hall walked away without answering.
Hoffa’s key West Coast vice president, Rome Aloise, could face a lot more than just expulsion from the Teamsters Union; he has just admitted that he is under criminal investigation. It’s now about more than corruption charges by the Independent Review Board for Aloise.
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