Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 6 Num. 27

("Quid coniuratio est?")


By Sherman H. Skolnick
[CN Transcript of reading by Mr. Skolnick]

The O.J. Simpson mess. The players are blackmailing each other and blackmailing the Clinton White House and George Bush.

In the criminal defense, supervising the detectives: a former New York cop, long, reportedly, on the mafia payroll, was a silent partner in mafia gay disco bars jointly with Mattie "The Horse" Ianello -- now a jailbird. The ex-cop is an expert on gay violence and dope hit teams, early-on suspected. He found links to CIA dope, Mena, Arkansas and Clinton as governor and president, Bush and Ollie North.

The CIA's Herrera dope gang of Mexico is fighting with the Yakuza, the Japanese mafia. Ron Goldman and his room-mate, also a waiter, himself later murdered, were apparently part of a homosexual dope gang for Yakuza.

We told you: witnessing the double murder: O.J.'s other detectives tracking Nicole -- part of the cover-up; O.J., an accomplice to murder. Also witnesses: a drug enforcement undercover team using see-in-the-dark video.

Ron's father, Fred Goldman, an advertising exec, reportedly linked to a public relations firm representing the Chicago Tribune and sports teams. The firm is apparently leading an attack on O.J. to help Fred now blackmail big bucks in the pending civil damage suit against O.J. Some claim the P.R. gang are also in the dope rackets and theft of high technology.

Related: an almost secret case in Chicago.

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