Transcript: Ontario's Greatest Bootlegger | May 09, 2017

Steve sits in the studio. He's slim, clean-shaven, in his fifties, with short curly brown hair. He's wearing a gray suit, blue shirt, and lilac tie.

A caption on screen reads "Ontario's Greatest Bootlegger. @spaikin, @theagenda."

Steve says BOOTLEGGERS, MOBSTERS
AND THE SHADY SIDE OF HAMILTON,
100 YEARS AGO.
THAT WAS ROCCO PERRI'S WORLD AS
HE BUILT A FORTUNE RUM-RUNNING
IN PROHIBITION ERA SOUTHERN
ONTARIO.
TREVOR COLE TAKES US THERE IN
HIS NEW BOOK, "THE WHISKY KING:
THE REMARKABLE TRUE STORY OF
CANADA'S MOST INFAMOUS
BOOTLEGGER AND THE UNDERCOVER
MOUNTIE ON HIS TRAIL."

A picture of the book appears briefly on screen. The cover features a black and white picture of a clean-shaven man in his forties with a bowler hat, and a newspaper clipping that reads "Prohibition."

Steve continues AND TREVOR COLE JOINS US NOW FOR MORE.

Trevor is in his forties, with short brown hair and a trimmed beard. He's wearing a gray suit and a white shirt.

Steve continues GOOD TO HAVE YOU HERE AT TVO TONIGHT.

Trevor says GREAT TO BE HERE.

Steve says LET US SET THE SCENE.
I SUSPECT A LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T
REMEMBER THIS TIME OR THE FACT
THAT WE HAD PROHIBITION IN
CANADA AND ALL OF THAT.
SO SET THE SCENE, IF YOU WOULD?

The caption changes to "Trevor Cole. Author, 'The whiskey king.'"
Then, it changes again to "Who was Rocco Perri?"

Trevor says OH, WOW.
WHICH SCENE DO YOU WANT ME TO
TALK ABOUT BECAUSE THE 20s WAS
DIFFERENT FROM THE '30s.
LET'S TALK ABOUT THE 20s.
PROHIBITION STARTED IN IT 1916,
LASTED UNTIL 1927.

Steve says WHY DID IT HAPPEN IN
THE FIRST PLACE?

Trevor says THERE WAS A
HUGE WAVE OF ANTI-... THERE WAS
A TEMPERANCE, THERE WAS A HUGE
MOVEMENT AGAINST LIQUOR,
GENERALLY WIVES WANTING THEIR
HUSBANDS TO START DRINKING AND
THEY BECAME QUITE A FORCE AND
POLITICIANS FINALLY SUCCUMBED TO
THIS FORCE AND STARTED PUTTING
IN PROHIBITION ACROSS THE
VARIOUS PROVINCES AND ONTARIO
WAS ONE OF THE MAIN FOCUSES
BECAUSE THERE WERE SO MANY
DISTILLERIES AND BREWERIES IN
ONTARIO.

Steve says WE KNOW, OF COURSE,
IN THE UNITED STATES, THEY
ACTUALLY AMENDED THE
CONSTITUTION TO BRING IN
PROHIBITION.

Trevor says RIGHT.
WHICH HAPPENED A LITTLE BIT
LATER.
SO THERE WAS AN OVERLAP OF ABOUT
SEVEN YEARS OR SO.

Steve says WE'VE GOT THIS KIND
OF PATCHWORK QUILT OF
PROHIBITION LAWS IN THE PROVINCE
OF ONTARIO BACK THEN; IS THAT
RIGHT?

Trevor says IT WAS SORT OF A PATCHWORK
QUILT UNTIL 1916 AND THEN IT
BECAME PROVINCE-WIDE.
IT WOULD CHANGE FROM YEAR TO
YEAR DEPENDING ON THE SITUATION.
THEY KEPT CHANGING THE LAWS TO
DEAL WITH THE FACT THAT
BOOTLEGGERS, PEOPLE LIKE ROCCO,
KEPT FINDING WAYS AROUND THE
RULES.

Steve says SINCE YOU'VE
MENTIONED HIM, TELL US ABOUT HIM.
WHO WAS ROCCO PERRI.

Trevor says HE CAME FROM CALABRI, HE WAS
16 YEARS OLD WHEN HE ARRIVED,
FIRST MADE HIS WAY ACROSS INTO
THE STATES, THEN INTO CANADA.
STARTED CONNECTING WITH WHAT WAS
KNOWN THEN AS THE BLACK HAND,
WHICH WAS AN ITALIAN UNDERWORLD
CRIME SORT OF AN ORGANIZATION
BUT MORE METHODOLOGY.
THERE WERE BLACK HAND GANG
FACTIONS THROUGHOUT ONTARIO.
HE MET A WOMAN NAMED BETSY,
BESSIE STARKMAN, WHO WAS MARRIED,
AND WOOED HER AWAY FROM HER FAMILY.

A black and white picture of Bessie pops up. She's in her thirties, with a black overcoat and a black wide-brimmed hat.

Trevor continues THEY WENT TO ST. CATHARINES
FIRST, THEN TO HAMILTON, AND
STARTED WORKING TOGETHER AS...
FIRST OF ALL, THEY HAD A
BROTHEL.
THEY RAN PROSTITUTES FOR A
WHILE.
THEN ROCCO WAS INTO GAMBLING.
HE RAN NUMBERS.
AND THEN 1916 HAPPENED, AND
PROHIBITION CAME, AND BETSY AND
ROCCO SAW AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A LOT OF MONEY.
AND WITHIN 8 YEARS, FROM 1916,
THEY WERE MAKING APPROXIMATELY A
MILLION DOLLARS A MONTH.

Steve says A MILLION DOLLARS A
MONTH BACK THEN?

Trevor says THAT'S IN 1920s MONEY.

Steve says 100 YEARS AGO ALMOST.
HERE'S FROM YOUR BOOK...

A quote appears on screen, under the title "King of the bootleggers." The quote reads "He wasn't a tall man, but he presented the confidence of one. He had a charming ease that separated him from the depressing surroundings –the dilapidated storefronts with their hand-painted signs in Hebrew, the horses clopping along muddy streets, the dirty children playing underfoot. When Bessie spoke, he looked directly into her eyes, with a gaze that was not dull and hard like that of so many men. And –this was such a refreshing change from her bread-wagon husband- he smiled."
Quoted from Trevor Cole, "The whiskey king." 2017.

Steve says THE TEMPTATION IS TO
SAY THESE GUYS WERE THE BONNIE
AND CLYDE OF THEIR DAY.
DO YOU WANT TO GO THERE?

Trevor says NO.
BECAUSE, FOR ONE THING, YOU
KNOW, THEY WERE NOT VIOLENT
PEOPLE.
ROCCO WAS PARTICULARLY CHARMING,
AND HE FOUND A WAY TO MAKE
THINGS HAPPEN, CREATED THIS VAST
NETWORK ACROSS ONTARIO AND INTO
NIAGARA FALLS, BUFFALO.
GENERALLY SPEAKING, WITHOUT
VIOLENCE.
HE DIDN'T LIKE THE FACT THAT HIS
MEN WOULD USE GUNS, SO HE
REFUSED TO LET THEM USE GUNS.
NOW, THERE WERE SOME MURDERS AND
DEATHS EARLY ON IN HIS CAREER.
1922 WAS A PARTICULARLY
MURDEROUS TIME IN ONTARIO.
ALL OF THIS CONNECTED TO THE
ITALIAN UNDERWORLD.
ROCCO WAS INVOLVED IN SOME OF
THAT.
BUT HE WAS A BUSINESSMAN MORE
THAN A CRIMINAL, I WOULD SAY.

Steve says WELL, HE WAS THE
KING OF THE BOOTLEGGERS, WAS HE NOT?

Trevor says HE WAS A
CRIMINAL BUT AS OPPOSED TO
TAKING FROM PEOPLE, HE GAVE TO
PEOPLE.
YOU KNOW, BONNIE AND CLYDE WERE
ROBBERS.
ROCCO WAS A BUSINESSMAN GIVING
PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANTED, WHICH
JUST HAPPENED TO BE THINGS THAT
WERE ILLEGAL.
BUT, YOU KNOW, THERE WERE A LOT
OF PEOPLE WANTING TO PAY FOR
GOOD LIQUOR AND THE GOVERNMENT
DIDN'T WANT THEM TO BUT ROCCO
WAS ABLE TO PROVIDE IT.

Steve says THERE WERE OBVIOUSLY
A NUMBER OF ORGANIZATIONS THAT
WERE IN THE BOOZE BUSINESS BACK
THEN, INCLUDING, MOST NOTABLY,
MR. SAM.
SAM BRONFMAN, SEA GRAMS, AND HE
ALWAYS HATED THE FACT THAT
PEOPLE CALLED HIM A BOOTLEGGER
FROM BACK IN THE DAY.

Trevor says I WOULDN'T SAY
HE WAS A BOOTLEGGER.
HE WAS A DISTILLER THAT WORKED
WITH BOOTLEGGERS.

Steve says UNDERSTAND THE
DIFFERENCE.
BUT THERE WAS KIND OF A LEGACY
CREATED BY ALL OF THIS, WAS
THERE NOT?

Trevor says HUGE.
FIRST OF ALL, POLITICS WAS
HUGELY INFLUENCED BY BOOTLEGGING
AND SMUGGLING.
YOU KNOW, IN 1926, THE
MacKENZIE KING GOVERNMENT FELL.
YOU COULD SAY THAT WAS LARGELY
BECAUSE OF BOOTLEGGING AND
SMUGGLING BECAUSE OF CORRUPTION
THERE WAS GOING ON.
THERE WAS A COMMON COMMITTEE.
ENDED UP LEADING TO THE FALL OF
THE GOVERNMENT.
THEN THERE WAS A ROYAL
COMMISSION.
ALL OF THE LAWS THAT WE HAVE NOW
REGARDING LIQUOR AND DEALING
WITH LIQUOR, THEY ALL GO BACK TO
ROCCO'S TIME.

Steve says IT SEEMS KIND OF
QUAINT AND CUTE RIGHT NOW TO
THINK ABOUT IT, BUT ACTUALLY IT
WAS A BIG DEAL BACK IN THE DAY.

Trevor says A HUGE DEAL.

Steve says YEAH.
WHAT WAS THERE ABOUT... YOU'RE
TALKING TO A HAMILTONIAN HERE,
OKAY, SO TREAD EASY.
WHAT WAS IT ABOUT THE CHARACTER
OF THE CITY OF HAMILTON BACK
THEN THAT MADE IT, SHALL WE SAY,
RIPE FOR A GUY LIKE ROCCO PERRI
TO DO WHAT HE DID?

The caption changes to "Hamilton: The crime scene."

Trevor says A FEW THINGS.
ONE, THEY HAD A LOT OF MEN, A
LOT OF IMMIGRANT MEN, MOSTLY
FROM ITALY, LARGELY FROM ITALY.
QUITE A LARGE POPULATION IN
HAMILTON.
THERE WAS SOME IN TORONTO.
THERE WERE OTHERS IN NORTHERN
ONTARIO AND AROUND THE
ST. CATHARINES REGION AS WELL,
BUT PARTICULARLY IN HAMILTON,
THERE WERE A LOT OF FACTORIES IN
HAMILTON, THAT BROUGHT IN A LOT
OF MEN.
AND THERE WAS ALSO A LOT OF
MONEY BECAUSE OF ALL OF THOSE
FACTORIES WORKING, THERE WAS A
LOT OF MONEY FLOWING AROUND.
SO THOSE TWO THINGS COMBINED TO
MAKE THAT A PRIME AREA BECAUSE,
YOU KNOW, THE BLACK HAND THAT
ROCCO SORT OF WORKED WITH AND
BORROWED FROM, THEY COALESCED
AROUND WEALTHY IMMIGRANTS,
WEALTHY ITALIANS.
SO THERE HAD TO BE MONEY IN THE
CITY FOR THIS SORT OF TO TAKE HOLD.

Steve says I WANT TO GO OFF ON
A LITTLE TANGENT HERE BECAUSE
EARLIER THIS MONTH THERE WAS A
MOB HIT IN HAMILTON.

Trevor says MM-HMM.

Steve says YOU KNOW, A GUY IN
HIS SUV SITTING IN HIS DRIVEWAY
GETTING HIS BRAINS BLOWN OUT.

Trevor says RIGHT.

Steve says AND I'M SO CURIOUS
TO KNOW WHAT YOU WERE THINKING
WHEN YOU SAW THAT IN THE
NEWSPAPER.

Trevor says WELL, IT'S
JUST... IT'S AN INTERESTING
CONTINUATION OF THIS THING THAT
ROCCO HELPED START 100 YEARS
AGO, AND THERE IS A SLIGHT
CONNECTION BECAUSE THE MAN WHO
WAS KILLED WAS LINKED TO THE
DEATH OF JOHNNY PAPALIA BACK IN
THE '80s.
JOHNNY'S FATHER, TONY, WAS
IMPLICATED IN THE DEATH OF
ROCCO'S WIFE, BESSIE PERRI.

Steve says EVERYTHING CONNECTS.
IT'S CRAZY.
WE TALKED ABOUT HIM.
LET'S TALK ABOUT BESSIE.
WHAT WOULD YOU SAY HER EXPERTISE WAS?

The caption changes to "Brothers in crime."

Trevor says SHE WAS THE
NUMBERS PERSON.
ROCCO GRAVITATED TO HER BECAUSE
SHE HAD A REALLY SHARP MIND.
SHE WAS GOOD WITH NUMBERS, GOOD
WITH WORDS.
SHE KEPT THE BOOKS FOR ALL THE
VARIOUS BUSINESSES THAT THEY HAD
AND HE COULD TRUST HER
IMPLICITLY, WHICH HE COULDN'T
NECESSARILY TRUST GANG MEMBERS
THAT CLOSELY.
ALSO, HE WAS AN IMMIGRANT, NOT
AS GOOD IN THE LANGUAGE.
HE WOULDN'T AS WRITTEN IT NEARLY
AS EASILY AS SHE DID.
SHE ALSO HAD A BUSINESS MIND AND
SHE WAS AMBITIOUS.
YOU KNOW, SHE WANTED THE FRUITS
OF THIS ILLEGAL LABOUR.
SHE ENDED UP WEARING DIAMONDS
AND FURS AND SHE LOVED THAT LIFE.

Steve says NOW, YOU'VE ALREADY
SAID THAT THEIR REACH WENT...
THEY HAD BUSINESS INTERESTS ALL
THE WAY DOWN INTO THE NIAGARA
PENINSULA.
HOW FAR DID THE TENTACLES REACH
ACROSS THE COUNTRY?

Trevor says WELL, I WOULD
SAY UP TO COBALT IN ONTARIO.

Steve says SO WAY UP NORTH?

Trevor says YEAH.
LATER IN HIS CAREER, INTO THE
'30s, HE WAS DEALING WITH
WINDSOR, SMUGGLING THROUGH
WINDSOR, AND THEN THROUGHOUT
THEIR CAREER, THEY WERE DEALING
WITH MOBS, MOBSTERS IN BUFFALO,
IN NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY.
YOU KNOW, THEY WERE WORKING WITH
LUCKY LUCIANO AND ARNOLD
ROTHSTEIN AND THOSE PEOPLE.

Steve says I GUESS THE TWO OF
THEM, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN
CONSIDERED RISKY AND YET
FASCINATING BACK THEN, THEY GAVE
INTERVIEWS TO THE TORONTO STAR?

Trevor says IT WAS FASCINATING.
ROCCO SAW AN OPPORTUNITY.
THERE WAS A JOURNALIST WHO CAME
FROM THE STAR WHO I THINK WAS
COMPETING WITH ERNEST HEMMINGWAY
AT THAT TIME WHO WANTED SOME OF
HIS OWN FAME, AND HE FIGURED IT
WAS TIME TO TALK TO ROCCO.
ROCCO WAS BY THAT TIME QUITE
WELL-KNOWN.
THE STAR LOVED, YOU KNOW, TO PUT
WHATEVER THEY WERE UP TO ON THE
FRONT PAGE OF THE
TORONTO STAR,
IF THEY COULD, AND THERE HAD
BEEN A COUPLE OF MURDERS
RECENTLY THAT PEOPLE WERE
SUGGESTING WERE... YOU KNOW,
ROCCO'S GANG'S FAULT.
SO WHEN THAT JOURNALIST CAME TO
HIM TO ASK FOR AN INTERVIEW,
ROCCO SAW AN OPPORTUNITY TO KIND
OF PUT THIS TO REST, THIS IDEA
THAT HE WAS TO BLAME FOR
EVERYTHING.
AND HE STARTED THIS HUGE
CAMPAIGN, THIS P.R. BLITZ,
BECAUSE IT ENDED UP THAT OTHER
NEWSPAPERS CAME TO HIM, AND HE
TALKED TO EVERYONE AND KIND OF
LAID OUT THIS IMAGE OF HIMSELF
AS FRIEND OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT
AND HE WAS HAPPY TO SAY HE WAS A
BOOTLEGGER.
HE IN FACT USED THE PHRASE "KING
OF THE BOOTLEGGERS," WHICH IS
HOW HE BECAME KNOWN THAT WAY,
BUT HE WANTED EVERYONE TO KNOW
THAT HE WAS A GOOD GUY, NOT A
BAD GUY, AND PEOPLE LAPPED IT UP.
AND THAT ISSUE OF THE
TORONTO
STAR, WHICH NORMALLY SOLD FOR
TWO CENTS, SOLD OUT AND PEOPLE
WERE SELLING COPIES FOR 2 dollars.

Steve says PEOPLE WERE SELLING
FROM 2 CENTS TO 2 BUCKS.
THAT'S PRETTY GOOD PROFIT BACK
IN THE DAY.
YOU HAVE ALLUDED ALREADY TO WHAT
HAPPENED TO BESSIE STARKMAN.

Trevor says SHE GOT CAUGHT
UP IN THE RACKET.
BESSIE SAW THE LIQUOR GAME WAS ON
THE WANE, THAT WAS IN THE LATE
20s, BUT AT THE SAME TIME
NARCOTICS WAS ON THE RISE AND
SHE WANTED THAT ACTION AND SHE
PUSHED ROCCO AND THE GANG TO
THAT END, AND IT BACKFIRED ON
HER.
SHE GOT CAUGHT UP IN A TURF WAR
WITH A GANG FROM BUFFALO AND SHE
WAS MURDERED IN THEIR GARAGE.

Steve says HOW?

Trevor says TWO SHOTGUN
BLASTS TO THE HEAD.

Steve says YIKES.

A black and white picture shows an old car in a brick garage, and a bloodstain on the floor.

Trevor says YEAH.
THEY WERE HIDING BEHIND... ROCCO
AND BESSIE HAD TWO CARS IN THEIR
GARAGE, A BIG SEDAN AND A
ROADSTER.
THEY WERE HIDING BEHIND THE
SEDAN.
AND WHEN THEY CAME HOME FROM
PLAYING CARDS AT FRIENDS', THEY
LEAPT OUT AND GOT HER.

Steve says WHAT DID ROCCO DO AT
THE SCENE?

The caption changes to "Trevor Cole, @trevor_cole."

Trevor says WELL, THAT'S
THE QUESTION, BECAUSE HE TOLD
DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF IT TO
DIFFERENT PEOPLE, DEPENDING ON
WHEN HE WAS ASKED.
HE RAN AWAY FROM THE SCENE,
OSTENSIBLY TO FIND HELP.
BUT IT WAS INTERESTING THAT HE
WAS QUITE CLOSE TO HER IN THE
GARAGE.
THEY COULD EASILY HAVE KILLED
BOTH OF THEM.
BUT THE GUNMAN ONLY KILLED
BESSIE.
SO THERE WAS IMPLICATION THAT
ROCCO WAS, IF NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE DEATH, HE KNEW THAT IT
WAS COMING.

Steve says HMM.

Trevor says AND I LAY
OUT... IT'S KIND OF A MURDER
MYSTERY IN THE MIDDLE OF "THE
WHISKY KING," WHO KILLED BESSIE
AND WHY.

The caption changes to "Connect with us: @theagenda, TVO.org, Facebook, YouTube, Periscope, Instagram."

Steve says WE HAVE A FEW
MINUTES LEFT.
WHILE WE HAVE TALKED ABOUT ONE
DYNAMIC DUO, I WANT TO TALK
ABOUT ANOTHER.
IT'S NOT ONLY THE WHISKY KING
AND HIS LADY BUT ALSO THE WHISKY
KING AND THE R.C.M.P. GUY WHO
WAS CHASING ROCCO FOR YEARS.
LET ME READ THIS FROM YOUR BOOK...

Another quote from Trevor's book appears on screen, under the title "RCMP Operative number 1." The quote reads "Zaneth was a master now at slipping into identities that gave him access to exactly the information he needed. If he lacked the sexy charm that had allowed the Pinkerton's operative, J.C.S., to seduce bootlegger Mildred Sterling into spilling about Rocco, he had other assets: a willingness to put himself in harm's way, and an ability to work doggedly until he was ready to drop... Frank Zaneth was never off duty. 'There is nothing this man cannot tackle,' said a memo that circulated within O division. 'He is a lone worker and afraid of nothing.'"

Steve says YOU KNOW, THE
ASSUMPTION... THERE'S A BIT OF,
YOU KNOW, "LES MISERABLES" HERE, RIGHT?

Trevor says A LITTLE, YEAH.

Steve says HIS LIFE'S MISSION
TO CHASE THIS GUY DOWN.
BUT DID YOU FIND SIMILARITIES
BETWEEN THE TWO OF THEM?

A black and white picture shows Zaneth in his twenties and clean-shaven, in an RCMP uniform.

Trevor says I THOUGHT IT
WAS FASCINATING THAT THESE TWO
MEN WERE OFTEN SIDES OF THE SAME
COIN.
FRANK CAME FROM THE NORTH OF
ITALY, ROUGHLY AT THE SAME TIME
ROCCO CAME FROM THE SOUTH.
BUT FRANK WANTED TO TAKE THE
STRAIGHT PATH.
HE WANTED TO BE, YOU KNOW, AN
UPSTANDING CITIZEN.
HE WAS THE BEST OF THE
IMMIGRANTS AT THAT TIME.
AND HE REPRESENTED A COMPLETELY,
YOU KNOW, DIFFERENT WAY OF
APPROACHING LIFE, BUT THOSE
PATHS BROUGHT THESE TWO MEN
TOGETHER.
SO FRANK ENDED UP IN 1917 BEING
THE FIRST UNDERCOVER MOUNTIE,
AND HE WAS ASSIGNED TO DIFFERENT
TASKS LIKE INFILTRATING
COMMUNIST GANGS.
HE DEALT WITH NARCOTICS IN
Montréal.
HE ENDED UP, IN THE LATE 20s,
AND AGAIN IN THE LATE '30s,
TRYING TO GET ROCCO.

Steve says TREVOR, I WANT TO
FINISH ON THIS BECAUSE, YOU
KNOW, I'M FROM HAMILTON.
I NEVER HEARD OF THIS GUY.
I'VE HEARD OF AL CAPONE, I'VE
CERTAINLY HEARD OF BONNIE AND
CLYDE, JIMMY HOFFA, I NEVER
HEARD OF THE WHISKY KING.
YOU COULD SAY THAT ABOUT A LOT
OF OTHER AVENUES IN CANADA AS
WELL.
WE DON'T KNOW A LOT ABOUT SOME
PARTICULAR THINGS.
I WONDER IF YOU HAVE A THEORY OF
WHY WE KNOW ALL THOSE OTHER
HOODS BUT WE DON'T KNOW THIS GUY?

Trevor says AMERICANS ARE
MUCH BETTER AT TELLING STORIES
ABOUT THEIR BAD GUYS, AND, YOU
KNOW, I THINK WE SHOULD EMBRACE
THIS.
I THINK THIS IS PART OF CANADA'S
PAST.
IT SAYS A LOT ABOUT THE COUNTRY
AND THE FORMATION OF THE
COUNTRY, POLITICAL FORCES,
SOCIETAL FORCES.
ROCCO AND BESSIE AND FRANK WERE
IN THE MIDST OF ALL OF THAT AND
I THINK IT'S AN IMPORTANT PART
OF OUR PAST.

Steve says GLAD YOU WROTE IT UP
AND GLAD YOU CAME IN AND TALK
TO US TONIGHT ON TVO ABOUT IT.

The caption changes to "Producer: Liane Kotler, @LianeKotler."

Trevor says THANKS VERY MUCH.

Steve says "THE WHISKY KING: THE REMARKABLE
TRUE STORY OF CANADA'S MOST
INFAMOUS BOOTLEGGER AND THE
UNDERCOVER MOUNTIE ON HIS TRAIL."
TREVOR COLE, THANKS SO MUCH.

Trevor says IT'S GREAT TO BE HERE.

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