Charlie's favorite things included riding his motorcycle, drag racing, Ford and Coca-Cola collectibles, filling his garage with tools and projects, listening to gospel music, researching war history, going to movies, and serving his family.
His family moved to Rapid City, SD, in June of 1972, just days after the Rapid City flood.
The peer claimed: "Vincent oversold the case against Paul.
Several weeks ago, Traynor asked the republican leadership, which included Peter and Patrick Quinn who ran most of the illegal fuel laundering plants in south Armagh for the IRA, to have Quinn executed."Lord Laird went on: "After consulting with PJ Caraher and his son Michael, Thomas "Slab" Murphy, the Provisionals' commander in the area, Se·n Gerard Hughes, known as "The Surgeon", and James Mc Ardle, permission for the execution was given."He told peers: "Almost 20 republicans were present at the murder, as executioners, look-outs, drivers, etc.
Charles Edward De Leeuw was born in Mankato, MN, on June 10, 1958, to Dutch and Lillian (Mott) De Leeuw, the fifth born of six children.
He spent his early growing up years in Lake Crystal, MN.