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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: The Franklin Coverup (Review) by John DeCamp

>by John W. DeCamp
>[ED. NOTE:  Forwarded by Paul A. Mitchell - to better understand the
>gravity of the situation from the posting "The Children of Denver".  More
>information will be passed along as we receive it.  pmitch@primenet.com] 
>                   The Franklin Coverup by John W. DeCamp
>   1995 (Rev. Ed.) Published by AWT, Inc., 414 S. 11th Street, Lincoln NE
>                     68508 Softcover, 384 pages, $9.95
>See Also URL:
>         http://cwinet.org/mail/signs/Satanism_Occult_etc./
>Book order form:
>  http://www.texemarrs.com/COVER.HTM
>Office address for John DeCamp:
>  http://www.logoplex.com/shops/decamp/decamp.html
>Here is one source of information about
>John DeCamp's book, "The Franklin Cover-Up":
>  http://host.pc.centuryinter.net/ctcent/chome/rie/rie8.html
>  * Child Abuse, Satanism and Murder in Nebraska
>   * Expose The Evil
>   * What Happened After All That?  Nothing Much
>   * Rise Through the Ranks of National Republican Party
>   * Satanic Ritual Abuse and Murder of Children
>               Child Abuse, Satanism and Murder in Nebraska
>What would you do?
>If you had knowledge of high crimes in high places?  What would you do?
>If you were an ex-16 year veteran Senator and practicing lawyer 
>and you knew things that you wish you didn't, things that no human 
>being would want to know yet should... nay has to... just the 
>knowledge of which can send one into fitful states of grief, rage, 
>or fear on one hand... and utter cold denial on the other?
>Things that just shouldn't be true... just can't be true... things that
>brought danger to your very door.
>                              Expose The Evil
>As ex-CIA head, Bill Colby, tells author John DeCamp in the foreword to THE
>"What you have to understand John, is that sometimes there are forces and
>events too big, too powerful, with so much at stake for other people or
>institutions, that you cannot do anything about them, no matter how evil or
>wrong they are and no matter how dedicated or sincere you are or how much
>evidence you have. That is simply one of the hard facts of life you have to
>face. You have done your part. You have tried to expose the evil and
>wrongdoing. It has hurt you terribly. But it has not killed you up to this
>point. I am telling you, get out of this before it does. Sometimes 
>things are just too big for us to deal with, and we have to step aside and 
>let history take its course. For you John, this is one of those times."
>The Franklin Cover-Up is not just your average, garden variety story of
>drugs, child sexual abuse, and satanic ritual murder. John W. DeCamp 
>is the ex-Senator who became involved in the events leading up to, 
>surrounding and following the failure of the Franklin Credit Union in 1988, 
>in Omaha, Nebraska. There was a 40 million dollar problem at the Franklin 
>CU and after the official investigation ended -- effectively and rather 
>abruptly 19 months later -- the facts were, for all practical purposes,
>So what happened?
>* After the chief investigator, Gary Cardori, died with his son in a plane
>crash of suspicious origin, about which Bill Colby, who was brought in by
>the Franklin Committee to investigate the crash, said that "the cause (of
>the crash) would probably never be known";
>* After Gary Cardori told another Senator on The Franklin Committee, the
>legislative body assembled to investigate the charges being made, before
>Cardori left on a trip in his private plane with his 10 year old son, "We've
>them! There's no way they can get out of it now!";
>* After almost two years and thousands of hours of gathering evidence,
>corroborated eye-witness testimony, identifying by name some of the most
>prominent, wealthy citizens of Omaha and the State of Nebraska who were
>involved in these crimes;
>* After a hue and cry by thousands of people throughout the state to
>identify, try, and convict those responsible for hideous depraved acts
>against children...
>                What Happened After All That?  Nothing Much.
>Larry King (not the radio personality), the central figure but by no means
>the most important as far as political, social, and financial standing, did
>go to jail on a 15 year sentence for embezzlement, conspiracy and making
>false financial record entries, but because of a plea bargain arrangement
>with federal prosecutors and, as DeCamp says in his book, "Since the
>Douglas County grand jury deferred to the federal authorities, and since
>there was no trial of King on the federal embezzlement or any other
>charges, the evidence of child prostitution and abuse perpetrated by King
>was never presented in any court!"
>Oh, but a couple of the kids that were brave enough to stick to their
>stories in the face of unimaginable forces of the rich and powerful arrayed
>against them -- so that they would not be believed or worse that they would
>be killed -- eventually got convicted and jailed for perjury and murder.
>All the movers and shakers, the powerful, Omaha's finest, went scot free.
>Free it would seem to be still at their unimaginably dark activities.
>Who were some of the players in this sad tale? Not only was the head of
>local law enforcement identified by more than one eyewitness as a
>pedophile, but when Mr. DeCamp and others tried to go over his head to the
>local FBI for help they found themselves getting into deeper, ever 
>murkier waters of deceit, veiled threats, criminal protection, cover-up and 
>complicity that would ultimately implicate numbers of Nebraska's corporate 
>            Rise Through the Ranks of National Republican Party
>Did a man by the name of Larry King, well known in the Omaha gay 
>community as a voracious pedophile and local boy made good in a 
>meteoric rise through the ranks of national Republican Party politics 
>make a name for himself by being the open ended, no holds barred 
>supplier to any and every sexual depravity, catering to the rich and 
>powerful and Republican?
>Did Larry King keep a $5,000 a month strictly-for-sex party pad in
>Washington, DC?
>Did two different child-victim eye witnesses put George Bush at parties
>there on at least 2 different occasions?
>Did Larry King have unfettered, even privileged access to the young boys of
>Boy Town? Are Boys Town and the Omaha Girl's Club important links in the
>worldwide traffic in children for sex/porn?
>Was Warren Buffett, billionaire, second richest man in America (1992), head
>of Soloman Brothers, who was (and assuming still is) the second largest
>stock holder in the Washington Post, key to Larry King's remarkable success
>in Omaha high finance and the national Republican Party?
>Was witness-victim Paul Bonnacci subjected as a young boy to events so
>unspeakable that he split up into multiple personalities to deal with it
>and do some of his multiple's have photographic memory and computer-like
>accuracy for names, dates, and places, corroborated by other witnesses?
>                Satanic Ritual Abuse and Murder of Children
>Concerning allegations in this case of Satanic ritual abuse and murder of
>children, a chilling personal tale by a woman who as a foster care mother
>of over 30 child victims of such activity, a woman who "with her eldest
>foster daughter, a survivor of ritualistic abuse, spoke at public forums
>around the state, gave radio and television interviews, and appeared on
>Geraldo Rivera's nationally televised special on satanism." should be read
>and considered by all who would deny out of hand that such allegations
>could possibly be true. Her story is in this book.
>Dr. Judianne Densen-Gerber, New York area psychiatrist, lawyer, child 
>abuse expert and member of the International Society of Multiple 
>Personality and Dissociative States addressed, before the Senate 
>Franklin committee, this "denial syndrome" that normal people, 
>unexposed to this material, often display:
>"I want to say one thing. I would not want the committee to disband. I
>think that is not in the best interest of the average Nebraskan citizen for
>the reasons that I have said. I would also not want the material to be
>turned over to any other committee. Because it takes two to three years for
>the average person to get through the automatic denial that goes along with
>this kind of material. The first human defense mechanism against untenable
>horrific facts is to say that they don't exist."
>           I Will Allow These Documents to Speak for Themselves.
>This book is well written and the facts presented clearly and in order. As
>the author, a lawyer who represented some of the children in this case
>"I have been very careful to present only material and documents which I
>can legally and properly, in my opinion, make available.... In this book,
>therefore, much of the material has been kept in its documentary form --
>the words of investigators, state senators, victim-witnesses, parents,
>police, or FBI, as recorded in police documents, eyewitness reports,
>testimony to the Legislature, published interviews, and so on. I will allow
>these documents to speak for themselves."
>Mr. DeCamp also goes on to say that there is much more information that he
>can't divulge because of ongoing cases surrounding this affair, and because
>of client attorney privilege considerations, as he is representing some of
>the claimants. He wishes that he could.
>I won't recommend this book lightly to anyone, although I do so highly.
>After reading parts of this book I was literally weak and felt like I
>couldn't talk to anyone. Indeed, I tried to tell my wife some of it and she
>couldn't handle it and asked me to quit. On a scale of 1 to 5, bad to good,
>I would put this book at a 10 if I could. It is one of those "must read,
>change your life" books.
>It is a dangerous book, and it is one that demands you do something. 
>Again the question:
>What would you do? What can you do?  For John W. DeCamp, finally, 
>he had to write this book.
>For myself, I had to read this book -- and I had to tell someone about it.
>John W. DeCamp


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