This is the story you may have heard of, here are the really disturbing details.
There is also a connection to Contra drug smuggling.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Those who deny the possibility of government deception on a large scale should examine the story of Boys Town and a Black Republican Politician named Lawrence ‘Larry’ King.
For many, King and Boys Town are synonymous with the scandal involving child sex and drug abuse that officials in Lincoln, Nebraska were able to suppress and effectively cover up.
It is among the most blatant of all of the mostly ignored stories in this country that have been buried because they affected a large number of children; many under the age of 10, who were viciously raped by important men, so-called ‘pillars of their communities’.
The coverup appears to involve the police and courts in Nebraska and also the FBI.
A woman named Carol Stitt, Director of the Nebraska Foster Care Review Board, explains in the documentary below, Conspiracy Of Silence, that the allegations of children being taken to political parties where they would be abuse sexually, usually at ‘after hour’ parties, originated with her office.
The lives of Alisha Owen, Paul Bonacci, Troy Boner and the other victims of what appears to be a government orchestrated child rape syndicate, will never be what they could have due to this ridiculous miscarriage of justice. The fact that it happened in the nation’s Bible belt is a sad indicator of the massive hypocrisy that exists between religion and the actions of men.
Nebraska Republican Senator Loran Schmit, worked with Stitt and investigators to build the case and soon they had five solid victims whose testimony would work in court to bring the various suspects to justice.
Little did he know, that powers to be in this seemingly corrupt Midwest state, would block every move to bring the case forward and that even the media would serve as a partner in the crime of coverup. As it turns out one of the suspects worked in the upper echelon of a daily newspaper that served as a tool for discrediting victim testimony.
Victims who came forward were persecuted; one key witness would testify in mid stride that he made up his allegations. A female victim who stuck to her story of years of rape and sex abuse at the hands of top officials in Lincoln, Nebraska, was convicted of perjury and sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Those close to the case say the perjury conviction was a clear message to all of the victims, that they too would pay dearly if they spoke of their past involvement with the Franklin child prostitution ring.
Larry King, who was a rising star in the GOP, was convicted of embezzling over $38 million from Franklin Community Federal Credit Union (FCFCU) in Omaha, and served 10 years of a 15-year prison sentence.
That’s right, the victim who spoke was sent to prison for 15 years for perjury, while King received 15 but did only 10 years for crimes involving $38 million and was never convicted in the child prostitution ring, nor were any other officials.
Nick Bryant, coauthor of Americas Children: Triumph of Tragedy and The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse, and Betrayal, wrote of his attempt to publicize the case in a USA Today article:
Boystown, The White House & the Devil
These operations overseen by King would be conducted at Republican fund raising after-parties, in which young boys & girls were brokered to senators, congressmen & women & persons of influence.
So connected to the political world was King that upon his parole he was recruited into the National Republican Party. King’s strategy, like that of MK-Ultra was to target political figures to ensure anonymity & continued financial support from legislature, by using children from Boystown & others kidnapped to compromise influential men & women. These political figures would be photographed & video taped engaging in drug taking & various sexual activity with minors.
The sexual abuse of children as horrific and criminal as it is was only part of the story. It was the prominent figures in the U.S Government’s involvement in the drug trade that made this story so much more explosive. Johnny Gosch was a 12-year-old paperboy in Iowa when he disappeared on September 5, 1982. Paul Bonacci told attorney John Decamp that he was in a sex ringwith Gosch as a teenager and was forced into participating in Gosch’s abduction.
He also admitted along with Alisha Owen that they had been used as drug couriers to bring cocaine in from the West Coast for Alan Baer, Larry King and others during the 1980s. It was first reported by the World Herald Reporter James Flanery that King was “running guns and money into Nicaragua, and that the CIA was heavily involved.
The story told by Monarch victims – one of whom is Paul Bonacci – is that they were tortured for the purpose of creating “multiple personalities” within them. These multiple personalities could then be programmed as spies, drug mules, prostitutes, or assassins.
With access to thousands of documents that were sealed by two grand juries, as well as the sealed testimony of one, I demonstrated that state and Federal grand jury processes in Nebraska played an integral role in the cover-up.
Instead of indicting the alleged perpetrators, these grand juries indicted the victims who would not recant their accounts of abuse on charges of perjury. In one case, a 21-year-old who bad been abused since adolescence was indicted on eight counts of perjury by both state and Federal grand juries. Facing more than 300 years in prison, she still refused to recant. Her travesty of a trial resulted in a prison sentence of nine to 15 years. She spent nearly two years in solitary confinement.
This individual was released from prison in 2000, and she has become a model citizen: she is happily married and gainfully employed. Conversely, one of the ring’s pedophilic pimps, who was not charged with a single count of child abuse, moved halfway across the country. By 2009, he had enmeshed himself among a new brood of economically disadvantaged children.
The fact that the girl was convicted and given an extremely long sentence makes little sense when compared to this paragraph from a NY Times article from 18 Dec. 1988:
…the Omaha office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation acknowledged that it had independently received reports of sexual abuse and that they were a subject of its own criminal inquiry into the credit union affair. And the office of the Nebraska Attorney General said it had directed the state police also to investigate the reports.
Then The NY Times, still following the story, wrote on 25 Dec. 1988:
A state file containing reports of physical and sexual abuse of foster children, based on interviews with some of the children and including one instance reminiscent of slave auctions, has been turned over to the Executive Board of the Nebraska Legislature.
People familiar with the file’s contents describe it as a voluminous compilation of reports acquired over the last two years by the State Foster Care Review Board from a variety of child care professionals, including schoolteachers and social workers.
For an explanation of the political and social control uses of child trafficking and pedophilia, see: http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/12/franklin-coverup-the-white-house-call-boy-ring/
Also see the links in the reference section starting at “conspiracy of silence”
I keep asking journalism students what’s wrong with journalism, and they just stare at me uncomprehendingly. Maybe I should ask what’s wrong with journalists. Is it something in the water?
U.S News reports that children’s and infant’s liquid Tylenol was knowingly sold containing heavy metals for over a year. McNeil Consumer Healthcare, which is a subsidiary of the Johnson & Johnson company, was given a federal criminal charge over the issue – to which the company plead guilty. The contaminated medicine that was sold was over-the-counter, so an unknown number of people purchased it and gave it to their children, thinking it was a safe product.
Nickel, chromium, and iron particles were integrated into the liquid medicine during the manufacturing process and the company knew about this for at least a year – yet, did nothing to prevent or correct the contamination. To resolve the case and get the Justice Department to back off, Reuter’s reports the company agreed to pay a $25 million fine. It continues to make infant and children’s liquid Tylenol. …
Here’s where the terminology gets fuzzy: “the company knew about this for at least a year”. More precisely, some people “working for the company” knew about it but did nothing. So exactly who or what is to be held responsible? That depends on whether you want to reduce such abuses or simply shuttle fiat tokens from one branch of the fascist state to another. The responsible person is normally the decision maker(s) but in this case the “decision” amounts to a default collective inaction where no decision is made at all and the responsibility is projected onto the economically and intellectually expedient legal shorthand of corporate “personhood.”
In a natural context if one collectively autocatalytic network of chemical reaction cells “knowingly” poisons another then other CA networks gather to judge and constrain (or stop) the functioning of the first for the purpose of reducing such activity in the future. The first CAN can’t point to some subset of its neurons as the culprit and reduce their allocation of glucose or excrete them as punishment. The CAN is treated as a unit of responsibility, because whatever internal processes caused the behavior in question is understood to be a property of the whole, not of its individual cells. (unless you’re a quackiatrist of course)
On the other hand, if a CAN poisons a large number of unincorporated cells in its environment, there is no provision for constructing or allotting responsibility at all unless other CANs’ functioning is impaired due to their inability to incorporate or otherwise exploit the unincorporated cells in question. Aside from token gestures to “human rights” and “democracy”, this is the state of human-corporate relations.
Obviously corporations aren’t people. They are immortal, they are above responsibility for their human consequences as such, in fact they are unconscious of humans as moral agents at all. Their internal structure and dynamics is never open to question as a matter of allocating responsibility, except for their responsibility to convert external resources into external waste products and transfers of fiat currency to their human owners. It is their nature to exploit humans as they see fit without mercy. They are like olympian gods, making monumental decisions and occasionally waging cosmic battles far over our heads. But if you follow the light beam back to the projection booth, you’ll find it’s all a silly show put on by the scam artists that understand how such scams operate. The power of the illusion lies solely in its ability to alter the behavior of people based on their belief in the illusion.
If we are to allocate responsibility onto corporate decision makers as we do with each other, we first need to turn off the projector.
P.S. don’t tell my epidermal cells that they’re expendable cannon fodder in service to my neural cells.
It’s very tedious to scroll through a tiny window of 8 categories at a time (out of maybe 70) and try to figure out which ones apply to a new article. I’ve been lax and letting them default to uncategorized. Catching up is slow, but the search tool works pretty well anyway so it’s not a super high priority. If you see a category that tickles your fancy, you’re probably better off searching for that or related terms.
Now the question is where should this article go? I know …