Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 10 Num. 27

("Quid coniuratio est?")

                      By Sherman H. Skolnick

Independent Counsel Kenneth W. Starr, U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, and the U.S. District Attorney in Chicago, have been subpoenaed to produce records relating to charges the Independent Counsel's office conducted a purported "mock" trial, with the President and First Lady as purported defendants or prospective defendants.

The three subpoenas were issued and served in a Chicago federal suit by electronic journalists charging Hillary Rodham Clinton put them on an "enemies list" and had various federal agencies harass them, do dirty tricks against them, such as telling federal judges and other federal officials that the journalists are "domestic terrorists," "enemies of the state," and such.

The case is Sherman H. Skolnick and Joseph Andreuccetti, plaintiffs, versus Hillary Rodham Clinton, et al., defendants, pending since July 18, 1996, in the U.S. District Court in Chicago, No. 96 C 4373.

The journalists contend in the pending case that the First Lady is out to "get" them because they uncovered from confessions and interviews that there was a 62 million dollar bribery of five federal judges in Chicago hearing cases involving a soybean controversy. This, the journalists contend in the court record, stemming from billions of dollars of illicit Arkansas dope trafficking, implicating the First Lady and her circle, in transactions disguised as soybean deals on the Chicago Board of Trade.

Sitting in the "enemies list" case has been Chicago Federal District Judge George M. Marovich, identified in the court record as one of the five federal judges mentioned in a confession by a director of the Chicago Board of Trade as having been bribed. Judge Marovich in the "enemies list" case has not disqualified himself, instead stating he does not understand the matter, as stated by him late in January 1997. Shortly thereafter, Judge Marovich has been gone from his court and court officials state his courtroom is being "remodeled," although there is no indication of such. Has the judge "disappeared" for awhile?

A spokesman for the Independent Counsel's office in Washington contends there was not a mock trial with members of the public participating. This leaves open the possibility the proceeding is considered or labeled some other type of proceeding, as described in the subpoenas. Another proceeding, not using members of the "public," would be a so-called "Blue Ribbon" jury, hand selected traditionally by the FBI, of prominent figures pledged not to discuss the matter, Skolnick contends.

Some knowledgeable talk show commentators have stated that a "mock" trial, based on federal grand jury data and witnesses, in advance of an actual indictment against the President and First Lady, would be a criminal offense; that is, violating grand jury secrecy.

Skolnick contends the "mock" proceedings controversy is to cover up a multi billion dollar scandal of illicit funds from CIA, and dope trafficking, disguised as transactions of the Arkansas teacher pension fund dealings, implicating and incriminating Bill and Hillary Clinton. The teachers pension fund money laundry, Skolnick says, is interwoven with the CIA dope loot disguised as billions of dollars of soybean deals on the Chicago Board of Trade covered up by the five bribed federal judges in Chicago that had the two Board of Trade cases [see CN 10.02]. Also, Skolnick contends, to cover up, by the Independent Counsel, that the President has been plotting to remove Vice President Al Gore to be replaced by Jay Rockefeller and wire taps used [see CN 10.26].

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Mr. Skolnick, since 1963, has been founder/chairman of a public-interest group, CITIZENS' COMMITTEE TO CLEAN UP THE COURTS, researching and disclosing certain instances of judicial corruption and political murders. Since 1971, as editor of updates of the group's work, called HOTLINE NEWS, a 5-minute recorded phone message, changed several times per week -- a regular phone call -- (773) 731-1100. Since 1991, a regular participant, now moderator, of a popular, public access cable TV program, called "Broadsides", in Chicago and suburbs -- on most every Monday evening in Chicago, on Channel 21 cable, 9 p.m., available to some 400,000 households. His comments appear on Internet on several websites; archives of his stories can be pulled up and printed out. Also, on Internet, his stories appear on some five categories of news groups, such as alt.conspiracy and alt.activism. (See also and see also ftp pub/users/bigred) Office (8 a.m. to midnight, 7 days): (773) 375-5741. 9800 So. Oglesby Avenue, Chicago, IL 60617-4870. Call before sending FAX.

A few highlights of the group's work: Caused the biggest bribery scandal in U.S. history, the collapse of the Illinois Supreme Court, 1969. Investigation of the sabotaged Watergate plane crash, 1972-73. 12 Watergate figures perished including Mrs. E. Howard Hunt, wife of the Watergate burglar. One of the first to comment on the Vice President Spiro Agnew bribery mess, resulting in his downfall, 1973. Investigation and disclosure causing the jailing for bribery of the highest level sitting federal judge in American history, Chicago Federal Appeals Judge Otto Kerner, Jr., 1973. Touching off "Operation Greylord," in which 20 local judges and 40 lawyers jailed for bribery, 1983-1993.

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