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Born: 1875

Signed: 1904

Position: Inside Forward

Appearances: 21

Goals: 4

Left: 1905

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Died:

Jack Flynn played for Bristol City in the 1901-02 season. The following season he played for Reading before joining West Ham with fellow striker, Jack Fletcher at the beginning of the 1904-05 season. Flynn scored on his debut against Millwall. It took him another six games to score his next goal. His last game for West Ham was against Swindon Town on 4th February, 1905.


Jack Flynn

Flynn ran in the 2012 election for North Carolina State Senate District 39. He ran unopposed in the Democratic primary on May 8 and was defeated by incumbent Bob Rucho (R) in the general election, which took place on November 6, 2012. ΐ]

North Carolina State Senate, District 39, General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Bob Rucho Incumbent 61.6% 61,006
     Democratic Jack Flynn 38.4% 38,025
Total Votes 99,031


Jack Flynn Books In Order

Jack Flynn
Jack Flynn is a mystery writer known for his debut thriller Blood in the Water. This book has earned him respect amongst his peers and fans who cannot wait to read his next story. Flynn also doubles as a lawyer, offering pro bono services to wrongly convicted individuals in Boston. The author lives south of Boston and enjoys writing on his commute across the Boston Harbor.

Blood in the Water
Blood in the Water is a three strands story involving three characters from different backgrounds. On one side is a harbor chief working to ensure that everything in his waters is running smoothly. While the harbor chief gets involved in illegal dealings, the law looks aside as he maintains sanity there. There is also an FBI looking to keep the psychopath responsible for ruining her life behind bars. Lastly, there is an MS-13 member who wants to have more control of the harbor, so it is easy to transport drugs, among other illegal items. Somehow, these three threads interweave, resulting in a bloody gang war that ends up hurting more people than were initially involved.

Cormack O’Connell is in charge of the harbor. The hardened man has experience with the two sides of the law and has been organizing dockworkers and longshoremen for all his life. At any given time, Cormack knows everything that goes through the port. His tribute comes from different sources, but everyone knows he does a marvelous job. The Boston harbor would not run so smoothly without him. His current trouble stems from someone who is no longer willing to pay his tribute. Also, this person wants control of the harbor to ensure the seamless transfer of illegal drugs. Away from work, Cormack is a father to a young lady named Diamond.

Diamond is pretty much her own woman. Depending on who is asking, Diamond is a lover and a fighter. The young lady has seen a lot in the nineteen years she has lived, which explains a lot about her personality. Diamond’s only job is to stay alive, but this, at a point, becomes a hard task. She gets caught up in a mouse and cat game where she is the mouse at the mercy of too many cats. While Diamond comes with a strong mind, how will she handle being a pawn in a sizeable dangerous game involving seasoned murderers and men who have nothing to lose? Will she escape unscathed?

Agent Kit Steele, otherwise known as the hunter, has been pursuing her prey for ages, and now, she believes he is where she wants. While the original plan was to put Vincente behind bars, Kit has him locked up differently. All Kit has to do is get Vincente to a judge before his gang realizes what is happening. For Kit, this case is personal. The MS-13 is responsible for killing her son and husband, and she will do everything to make this terrorist pay. While her prey escaped before, Kit is keen to ensure this doesn’t happen again. In this story, Kit will come face to face with the underworld. Deals will have to be made with the gangs to take out a common enemy. Kit’s situation gets complicated due to her closeness with Cormack.

Vincente Carpio is Agent Kit’s prisoner. The gang leader has ice running through his veins. If the trail of bodies he has left behind is anything to go by, Vincent is not afraid to kill. Vicente’s brother Javier wants to break him out of prison. Unfortunately, the plan he has devised will put the lives of many innocent Bostonians at risk.

Set in Boston during the coldest of winters, this story documents the rising temperatures in the criminal underworlds. A war is waging, and those caught up in it are there to win. Cormack knows that if he doesn’t win, he will end up in a casket. He is willing to do everything to safeguard his life, but the cost may be higher than he ever imagined. Kit and Cormack work together to take two evil men, T’phong Sogw and Javier Carpio, down. Both are members of the vicious MS-13 gang and based on their history, the criminals know no boundaries. All the other characters have their parts to play. The story comes together beautifully to an explosive finale.

The book starts and ends with Kit working to defeat her nemesis, Vincente Carpio. Vincente is a psychopath who kills Americans, mutilates their bodies, and later grotesquely arranges them. His brother Javier is not any different, and the two make up a deadly freak show straight out of hell. As the story continues, another dangerous gang will get involved in pushing a tricky situation from bad to worse.
This is an intense thriller that draws you from the beginning. The profoundly flawed protagonist is easy to side with him. With a fast-pace, the author narrates this action-packed story. While a lot is going on throughout the book, this is an easy read. Nothing gets too detailed or convoluted. This is not a story for the faint-hearted. There is blood and violence like you would expect in a story where gang wars are involved. This is not to say that you will not enjoy reading it, far from it. The characters are diverse and well fleshed out, the pacing is just right, and the plot is nothing but sleek.

Blood in the Water is a well-crafted thriller overflowing with betrayal, bloodshed, and bodies. There is also a lot of mystery making this read like a mobster soap opera. Who is Cormack’s betrayer, and what is their motivation? Amid all the chaos and bloodshed, there is love. You will get to see the length a father is willing to go to protect his daughter and the extent a woman will push to shield her unborn child. All the significant characters are deeply flawed, making it easy to identify with them. Get ready to be shocked because, in this story, anyone can die, even the characters you love.


Longtime WSRS/WTAG broadcaster John “Jack” Flynn passes away

NORTH OXFORD—Well-known Worcester-area broadcaster and corporate executive Jack Flynn signed off for the last time on April 28, 2020, at the age of 86.

The son of Irving and Cecelia Flynn, Jack was born in Boston on November 24, 1933, and grew up in the city.

He attended Northeastern University for Civil Engineering and Emerson College for a BS in Speech and Broadcasting. He studied three years at night while also working full-time before finishing two years of day school and graduating from Emerson.

Jack married Grace M. Cerullo—his “Amazing Grace”—on August 22, 1959. They were married for 54 years. They were the proud parents of six children.

Jack’s love of flying and travel may have been spawned by the four years he spent as an airborne radio operator with the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. Military, personal and business trips throughout his lifetime took him to 43 states, 13 countries and most of the Canadian provinces.

Jack’s illustrious media career began when he joined Knight Quality Stations in 1964. It would ultimately lead to awards for his professional accomplishments and to recognition for his contributions to community life.

Jack programmed WSRS in the 1960’s and was promoted to operations manager, sales manager and then general manager. In 1987, when Knight purchased WTAG, Jack took on the additional responsibility of GM at the AM news-talk-sports station.

In a salute to Jack’s work, a senior VP of Knight Quality Stations said “Jack Flynn’s quarter century of dedication to our company and to Worcester is a remarkable exception in an industry where many job- hop every two or three years. We feel fortunate to benefit from his expertise.”

Jack was especially proud when WSRS-FM was named the #1 Beautiful Music Station in the USA in 1981.

For twenty-one years after leaving broadcasting, Jack served as executive director of the Worcester Executives Association, a business exchange organization with a global reach. During this time he served on the WEA’s national and international boards.

He finally retired at 82 years old. Jack was dedicated to community and family. He served as president of the Worcester Area Advertising Club, the Sales Executive Club of Greater Worcester and the Kiwanis Club of Worcester. He also served as a director of the Central Massachusetts Better Business Bureau, the Worcester Fresh Air Fund (Camp Putnam), the American Red Cross, a trustee of the Oxford Free Public Library and as treasurer of the Oxford Little League.

He was a longtime member of St. Ann’s Parish, a member of American Legion Post 0058, a life member of K of C 4241 and a member of the Greendale Men’s Club.

He was given the key to the city by then-Mayor Sara J. Robertson in 1982. He earned the Worcester Ad Club’s award for Professional Excellence in 1982, the Oxford Lions Club’s Volunteer Appreciation Award in 2009 and a Silver Award from United Way. He was named WEA Executive of the Year in 2013.

Above all else, Jack loved his family dearly and always looked forward to family gatherings. He was devoted to his Amazing Grace and enjoyed all their activities together. He always looked forward to attending daily mass at St. Ann’s Church in North Oxford.

Jack was predeceased by his wife, Grace Flynn his son, Francis Flynn his sister Marie Hickey and two daughters-in-law, Julie Flynn and Katarina Flynn.

Jack is survived by sons John M. Flynn and his wife Angelica of Ankara, Turkey Mark Flynn and his wife Kristine of Akron, New York Stephen Flynn of Atlanta, Georgia Joseph Flynn of Sutton and daughter Christine (Flynn) Golub and her husband Steven of Smithtown, New York.

Jack is also survived by his seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren: Callen (Flynn) Pacier and her husband Gage Brenna Flynn Merris Flynn Alexa (Flynn) Hill and her husband Steven Olivia Flynn Andrew Golub Michael Golub Lillian and Miles Pacier and Mailyn Flynn.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Oxford Free Public Library or St. Ann’s Parish in North Oxford.

Due to gathering restrictions in Massachusetts, a private graveside service will be held at North Cemetery in Oxford. A public memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Paradis-Givner Funeral Home in Oxford is directing the arrangements.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of John I. “Jack” Flynn, please visit our floral store.


[Letter from Truett Latimer to Jack Flynn, April 7, 1953]

Letter from Truett Latimer to Jack Flynn discussing business with oil companies about pipelines.

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[Letter from Truett Latimer to Jack Flynn, March 27, 1953]

Letter from Truett Latimer to Jack Flynn discussing the two copies of letters that he enclosed and contacting the Dallas office of the Lone Star Gas Company.

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Michael Flynn to Headline QAnon-Linked Event As Family Sues CNN Over Conspiracy Claims

Michael Flynn, the ex-national security adviser who has become a hero to conspiracy theorists, is set to headline a QAnon-linked event in Dallas as his family files a $75 million lawsuit against CNN over its reporting on the disgraced former Army general.

Flynn and Sidney Powell&mdasha member of Donald Trump's legal team during the former president's doomed challenge of the 2020 election results&mdashare keynote speakers at the "For God & Country Round Up" in May, according to its organizer the Patriot Voice.

The gathering on Memorial Day weekend is to be split between the Gilley's Dallas complex and the Omni Hotel in the city. A general admission pass for the weekend costs $500, with VIP tickets at $1,000.

"Although this has been a time of uncertainty for many, it is also a time of excitement as we witness political history being made before our eyes," the event website says. "What better time and place to get together to fellowship and celebrate with your Patriot family. "

The Patriot Voice group was founded by a man who uses the handle "QAnon John" on Gab, a social media platform popular with conservatives, where he has more than 32,000 followers. Forbes has reported that "QAnon John" is likely an alias for Rich Granville, a QAnon promoter and CEO of the search engine Yippy, who organized a similar event in Atlanta in 2019.

"QAnon John" has written and shared multiple posts on Gab denying that there is a QAnon link to the event in Dallas&mdashand denying that he is Granville.

In one post, he wrote: "Oh, where on my event page does it say that 'QAnon Group' is putting this on?? To my knowledge, there is NO SUCH THING as 'QAnon Group'&hellipNot once on my event page does the word 'QAnon' show up."

The event does, however, have several similarities to the Atlanta gathering, which was marketed as a conference for "digital soldiers"&mdasha QAnon term for online devotees&mdashand used an image of an American flag with a circle of stars forming a "Q." Flynn was scheduled to be a headline speaker in Atlanta, but pulled out before the meeting took place.

The website for the Dallas event says attendees will "have the opportunity to hear from some of your favorite Patriots and Digital Soldiers in both keynote speeches and panel forums."

Speakers include QAnon advocates such as conspiracy theorist Jordan Sather, YouTuber Kate Buckley and far-right activist Jason Frank.

The timing is awkward for Flynn's brother and sister-in-law, who filed a $75 million lawsuit against CNN this week. Jack and Leslie Flynn accuse the network of defamation and invasion of privacy over its reporting on the former general's ties to QAnon.

The suit relates to a report aired in February called: "CNN goes inside a gathering of QAnon followers," which included footage of QAnon supporters as well as a video tweeted by Flynn on July 4 last year. The clip shows Flynn and his family reciting a pledge to the U.S. constitution, ending with the slogan: "Where we go one, we go all."

The lawsuit disputes that the "WWG1WGA" slogan, which is routinely used on QAnon merchandise and by adherents on social media and at rallies, is linked to the conspiracy theory. Flynn's phrase, it said, was inspired by an inscription "engraved on a bell on one of President John F. Kennedy's sailboats, acknowledging the unity of mankind."

"General Flynn intended to encourage people to think about being good citizens, to love country and be good patriots," the lawsuit said. "The video had nothing to do with QAnon or recruiting 'digital soldiers' for an apocalyptic reckoning."

"Plaintiffs are not followers or supporters of any extremist or terrorist groups, including QAnon," the suit said. "CNN falsely attributed to Plaintiffs associations that never existed, actions Plaintiffs never took, including an oath of allegiance to QAnon, and views Plaintiffs never held."

Flynn has become a hero to many QAnon followers, who claim Trump is battling an international cabal of devil-worshipping cannibal pedophiles. However, the former general dismissed their idea of an imminent military takeover as "nonsense" in February.

Despite Trump's election defeat, many QAnon devotees still believe he is fighting the "deep state" and will eventually lead a day of reckoning in which the military seizes power and executes supposed members of the cabal.

After the election last November, Flynn was reportedly at the center of a group of advisers who urged Trump to declare martial law to overturn the result.


Jack Flynn

Jack Flynn made his appearance in the Shire of Mountain Freehold in the Autumn of A.S.LIII and immediately began poaching the royal deer in Duchess Marieke van de Dal's lands. The Duchess called upon the Foresters of the East Kingdom Foresters Guild residing in the Freehold to track down the horrible lout and bring him swiftly to justice. Marieke and the other Royal Foresters spent a bright October afternoon reading and following the tracks of Jack Flynn through the forest and quickly apprehended him. In her great wisdom and kindness, Marieke decided to grant Jack Flynn mercy and a chance to reform his ways. However, rumors of his recidivism are beginning to spread among the Freeholders.

Jack Flynn is absolutely, positively in no way related to Black Finn (Vindiorix Ordovix), although the resemblance is strikingly similar.

Among his crimes, Jack Flynn is known for poaching, theft, unsanitary and unnatural acts, littering, public drunkenness, and talking in the theatre.


Michael Flynn’s Family Is at War With Each Other Over QAnon

The retired general’s brother and sister are fanning the flames. His son is a public skeptic.

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Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/The Daily Beast/Getty

Michael Flynn’s family members appear to be at war with each other over the QAnon conspiracy theory and whether Flynn himself is playing a role in it.

Flynn, who served briefly as Donald Trump’s national security adviser, became a martyr figure for QAnon believers after taking a plea deal from Special Counsel Robert Mueller for lying about his Russia contacts. Many QAnon fans, who have seized on a series of internet clues posted by the anonymous Q to imagine a world in which Trump is engaged in a secret war against high-ranking Democratic pedophiles, think Flynn is, in fact, secretly working with Mueller to help Trump defeat the deep state. The most ardent of those fans add three “star” emojis to their Twitter handles, a reference to Flynn’s status as a retired three-star general. Some even claim that Flynn himself is “Q.”

“They think he’s an essential part of the story, they think that he actually didn’t do anything wrong,” said Travis View, a researcher who studies the QAnon phenomenon.

Because of Flynn’s role in QAnon lore, believers of the conspiracy theory are desperate for him to confirm that QAnon is real. But Flynn has never discussed the conspiracy theory publicly.

Into that void, his family members have stepped—but not with a unified voice. Instead, they’ve come down on opposite sides of the conspiracy, with his siblings Joseph Flynn and Barbara Redgate eagerly signaling support to QAnon believers, and his son Michael Flynn Jr. becoming a vocal QAnon skeptic.

The family divide came into sharp focus last week, when Joseph Flynn tweeted just one letter, “Q,” prompting QAnon believers to rejoice. His Twitter mentions subsequently filled up with happy QAnon fans, who posted Q memes and “#WWG1WGA,” a reference to the conspiracy theory’s motto, “Where we go one, we go all.”

Flynn later deleted the tweet, claiming his Twitter account had been hacked. But even in backing away, he gave a nod to QAnon believers, saying he may have been hacked by “the team”—a seeming reference to the theory that Q is aided by the “Q team,” a mythical group of hackers working on Trump’s behalf.

“He clearly knew what he was doing, he was signaling to the QAnon community,” View said.

Redgate is even more prominent in the QAnon community than Joseph Flynn. She’s frequently tweeting “#WWG1WGA,” promoted a QAnon-themed rock song, and even appeared on Patriot’s Soapbox, a 24-hour YouTube livestream devoted to promoting QAnon. The channel’s creators played a key role in QAnon’s initial spread.

Giving credibility to QAnon isn’t a harmless internet game. One armed QAnon believer allegedly blocked a bridge near the Hoover Dam with an armored truck, while another QAnon believer has been charged with murder after allegedly killing his brother with a sword because he had become convinced his brother was a lizard. And not everyone in Flynn’s family has been willing to be associated with the the community or the conspiracy.

Though he was a one-time believer in the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, which later grew into QAnon, Michael Flynn Jr. has become a committed QAnon skeptic, frequently clashing with QAnon fans on Twitter before deleting his account earlier this year. Those clashes came to a head last September, after his father signed a copy of his memoir with “WWG1WGA.” QAnon believers took this as proof, straight from Flynn, that QAnon was real.

But Flynn Jr. wasn’t having it. In a series of tweets, he told his father’s supporters to “stop with the conspiracy theories.” The retired general, Flynn Jr. tweeted, has “ZERO to do with ‘Q.’”

"He was asked to write that,” Flynn Jr. tweeted. “Enough of the conspiracy theories.”

After issuing those tweets, QAnon believers turned on Flynn Jr., accusing him of being an agent controlled by the sinister “deep state.”

Why the younger Flynn takes such a different approach to that of his aunt and uncle isn’t clear. The son has never called them out, as least publicly. And none of the Flynns responded to requests for comment.

But things got even more tense last November after Flynn Jr. tweeted a referral link to a 23andme DNA test kit. Flynn Jr. was presumably just trying to make some money through the link, which would have given him an Amazon gift card for each order made by one of his followers.

Paranoid QAnon believers, convinced by earlier Q claims that 23andme is yet another deep-state conspiracy, saw the promotion as more proof that Flynn Jr. had been compromised. Flynn Jr., one QAnon believer wrote, was up to some “deep state crap.”

Still, Flynn Jr. hasn’t been entirely excommunicated from QAnon-world. Instead, many QAnon believers have just become convinced that his ridicule is all part of the long-term QAnon plan.

“I’m faking that I don’t believe in this, but I really do believe in it,” is how Mike Rothschild, a conspiracy theory researcher who studies QAnon, described the belief that Flynn Jr.’s denials are actually proof of his belief.


Key Facts

In a statement to the Post Wednesday, Charles Flynn confirmed his participation in the meeting between Washington, D.C., officials, Capitol Police and the Pentagon.

Flynn’s statement flatly contradicts numerous denials from Army officials — including one Jan. 12 email to the Post saying: “HE WAS NOT IN ANY OF THE MEETINGS!” — who have since u-turned and confirmed his presence to the Post.

It is unclear why the Army denied Flynn’s presence at the meeting — Flynn is the Army’s deputy chief of staff for operations, plans and training.

Citing an official familiar with the situation, the Post said that both the Army and National Guard were concerned about the political ramifications of Flynn’s involvement should it become widely known, given the fact that his brother is a prominent conspiracy theorist that has previously called for the military to overthrow the election.


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