"A Gay Man, Not The Secret Service-Prevented A Presidential Assassination!"

Oliver Sipple, a Vietnam war veteran, is widely known for saving President Ford’s life on Sept. 25, 1977, when he lunged at Sara Jane Moore’s gun and the bullet veered in a different direction. Sipple was portrayed as a hero by the media.

However, Harvey Milk leaked the news that Sipple was gay to the San Francisco Chronicle. Although he was openly gay to his circle of friends, Sipple pleaded with the media to keep his sexual orientation private, because he was not out to his family in Detroit. Allegedly, after the outing, Sipple's parents and hometown rejected him.

Several days later Chronicle columnist Herb Caen exposed Sipple’s sexuality. Sipple received major media attention.

President Ford sent Sipple a thank you note for saving his life, but Milk said that Sipple's sexual orientation was the reason he received only a note, rather than an invitation to the White House.

Wait a minute, this man saved a U.S. President's life and was not invited to the White House because of his sexual orientation? At the very least, he should have been trained to become a Secret Service Agent.

Sipple ended up filing a $15 million invasion of privacy suit against Caen, seven named newspapers, and a number of unnamed publishers, for publishing the disclosures.

The court dismissed the suit, and Sipple continued his legal battle until May 1984, when a state court of appeals held that Sipple had indeed become news, and that his sexual orientation was part of the story.

He would spend the rest of his life dealing with alcoholism, mental and physical anguish caused by the outing, and die alone at the age of 47 in his apartment.

Currently, a few gays across the country are lobbying on Sipple's behalf. If the 'Don't Ask-Don't Tell,' policy is repealed, they want the bill to be named after Oliver Sipple. I couldn't agree more.


Louis E. Lomax, top photo, was an African-American journalist and author. He was also the first African-American television journalist.

In 1959, Lomax told his colleague Mike Wallace about the Nation of Islam. Lomax and Wallace produced a five-part documentary about the organization, "The Hate-That Hate Produced," which aired during the week of July 13, 1959. The program was the first time most white people heard about the Nation, its leader, Elijah Muhammad, and its charismatic spokesman, Malcolm X.

Lomax was investigating a possible connection of Guy Bannister (above) to the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy and Malcolm X. Bannister once said: "Civil Rights organizations are an international conspiracy and Civil Rights for Negroes can be defined as treasonous."

1970: Shortly after Lomax signed a contract to help with a movie about the possible link between Guy Bannister and the three assassinations, he died in a car accident when the brakes on his car failed near Santa Rosa, New Mexico. According to Washington Post writer Karl Evanzz, Lomax's death may have been connected to the movie.

At the time of his death, Lomax had a 141-page FBI file. And government officials were allegedly obsessed with his relationship to a white woman.


Secret Society: His name is Barack. His mother is white and American and his father is black from Africa. That's right, a biracial child! And he's going to be your president." He is already born!

Barack Obama, Jr. is the product of an American mother and a Kenyan father. Just how did those two lovebirds come together? The official story is they met innocently in a Russian language class.

But the picture above shows Obama's grandfather greeting his father at the airport in 1959 (a year before they supposedly met in a Russian class). It is also believed that Barack Obama's mother, Stanley Ann Dunham and her father, Stanley Armour Dunham, both worked for the CIA.

Did the Illuminati choose Barack Obama Sr. to father America's future Black president?

Before you classify this story as far fetched, read the following (which clearly falls in line with the above story).

How did the inventor (Steve Jackson) know -- in 1995 -- via his NWO (Illuminati) trading cards that there would be a Black President and he would experience a backlash (pictured above)?

These cards also predicted the 9/11 and Pentagon attacks six years before they happened (pictured above).

Source: Conspiracy Planet



The following adds fuel to the conspiracy claim, was President Obama "pre-selected" for the U.S. Presidency?

According to the book "The Secret Life Of Barack Hussein Obama," in 1981, despite being a nearly-destitute and unknown student, Obama was introduced to Pakistan's future Prime Minister and President of the country.

Allegedly, Obama's mother's passport records before 1968 were somehow destroyed. Passport records are never destroyed.

Allegedly, there is already a clandestine operation under way with a team of dirty tricksters and GOP operatives traveling the globe assembling a dossier of documents on Obama's past, to derail his re-election bid.


Judy Smith is the most powerful African American fixer in U.S. history. She's based in Washington, D.C. and works on both sides of the aisles (Democrats & Republicans).

Smith is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney with over 25 years of experience in crisis and perception management.

The series (Scandal) revolves around her life and work as a professional fixer. Kerry Washington will portray her on the show as (Olivia Pope). Smith will serve as a co-executive producer and consultant.

Former/Present Clients: U.S. President George H.W. Bush, Smith also served as Deputy Press Secretary in the Bush administration. Other clients: Michael Vick, Marion Berry, the D.C. Sniper case, Enron congressional hearings, Clarence Thomas, the Chandra Levy investigation, Bill Clinton's impeachment, Senator Larry Craig and the Iran-Contra investigation.


Muammar Gaddafi (the same man who had a photo of Condoleeza Rice in his compound) had numerous black female bodyguards.

It was assumed that they were female mercenaries or international operatives. Allegedly, all of the women were trained in weapons, hand-to-hand combat and languages.

They were at his side until he ditched his security and went into hiding.

The majority of these black women have gone underground, others are dead and a few are operating in different overseas locations.



40 years ago, Rod Serling (Twilight Zone) developed the screenplay for "The Man." A film starring James Earl Jones as the first Black President.

Like the movie "The Spook Who Sat By The Door," this film was quietly pulled from theaters after it's opening weekend.

Serling was always fascinated with African American life. At his peak, he tried to air an episode of "The Twilight Zone," which dealt with a white bigot turning black overnight; nevertheless, he was still racist despite being black. Sammy Davis, Jr. was cast in the role. The network rejected it and the episode never aired.


The President and Secretary of State are killed when a building collapses, and the Vice President suffers a stroke. The Oval office is taken over by a black staff member (played by James Earl Jones).

This coincidence seems even more plausible today considering recent world events and the health of former Vice President Cheney. Serling's unsentimental script (based on Irving Wallace's book) includes intrigue and plot twists. This film doesn't feel dated except for todays increased racial visibility in political offices.

Ironically, while it was probably a sensation to see the portrayal of a black president in the 1970's, today's audiences aren't surprised since President Barrack Obama was elected.


The boxes landed in the office of Montana investigators in March 2011.

Found in a meth house in Colorado, they were somewhat of a mystery, holding files on 23 conservative candidates in state races in Montana. They were filled with candidate surveys and mailers that said they were paid for by campaigns, and fliers and bank records from outside spending groups. One folder was labeled “Montana $.”

The documents pointed to one outside group pulling the candidates’ strings: a social welfare nonprofit called Western Tradition Partnership, or WTP.

Altogether, the records added up to possible illegal “coordination” between the nonprofit and candidates for office in 2008 and 2010, said a Montana investigator and a former Federal Election Commission chairman who reviewed the material. Outside groups are allowed to spend money on political campaigns, but not to coordinate with candidates.

“My opinion, for what it’s worth, is that WTP was running a lot of these campaigns,” said investigator Julie Steab of the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices, who initially received the boxes from Colorado.

The boxes were examined by Frontline and ProPublica as part of an investigation into the growing influence on elections of dark money groups, tax-exempt organizations that can accept unlimited contributions and do not have to identify their donors. The documents offer a rare glimpse into the world of dark money, showing how Western Tradition Partnership appealed to donors, interacted with candidates and helped shape their election efforts.


More than 50 years ago, former First Lady Barbara Bush had her first encounter with racism. She was traveling through the South with her three children (including "W") and her Black housekeeper/babysitter.

No hotel would book them.

So Barbara kept driving until she almost ran out of gas, until she finally found a place that would check them in.

Of the racism, Barbara said, "It was just sick!"

We had these babies with us.

Little Rock had happened in the middle of the trip, so it polarized people.

It was disgusting.


The gay bath house, "Man's Country," caters to older white men and it has been in business for some 30 years and is known as one of uptown Chicago's "grand old bathhouses." They provide lifetime memberships to paying customers.

However, sources close to "Man's Country" believe government officials have purged the computer and filing cabinet files of the membership data on numerous politicians.

Members of Man's Country are also issued club identification cards.

“Chicago’s “DLC” — not the Democratic Leadership Council but the “Down Low Club” — is a gay matchmaking service.

The matchmaking service is for gay (married) black professional men, including lawyers, politicians and businessmen. The matchmaking club was called the “Down Low Club” but references to it over the phone and email simply referred to the group with the code phrase “DLC.”

The gay DLC’s services were intended to ensure members avoided posting solicitations on web services like Craigslist and refrain from cruising gay bars. The strategy was to protect them from getting busted and being “outed.”

“DLC” members often went on camping and sporting events together.

Two members (Larry Bland and Nate Spencer) were brutally murdered, execution style, in late 2007. Bland was murdered on November 17, 2007 and Young on December 24, 2007. The latter was killed by multiple gunshot wounds. Spencer reportedly died on December 26, 2007, official cause of death: “septicemia, pneumonia, and HIV.” Before his death, Bland’s mother, Josephine Bland, was so upset at her son inviting men into their home as a result of contacting them through gay web sites like “Adam4Adam,” she moved out.


Political source "Deep Throat," received all the accolades from the Watergate scandal whereas the real hero, a black security guard named Frank Wills, became a mere footnote in history.


Frank Wills (February 4, 1948 – September 27, 2000) was the security guard who uncovered the break-in that led to the Watergate scandal.
Frank Wills was born in North Augusta, South Carolina.

In June 1972, Wills was working as a private security guard at the Watergate office building, the location of the Democratic National Committee headquarters. On the night of June 17, he noticed a piece of duct tape on one of the door locks when he was making his rounds. He removed it, and continued on his patrol.

One of the five burglars — Frank Sturgis, Virgilio González, Eugenio Martínez, Bernard Barker and James W. McCord, Jr. — noticed that the tape had been removed, and replaced it with another piece of tape on the door (the tape was placed over the latch bolt to prevent the door from latching).

When Wills returned, he saw that the tape had been replaced and called in the police. The five men were found in the building and arrested. This triggered the chain of events which exposed the Watergate scandal and eventually led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
After his part in history, he quit his job as a security guard because he did not receive a raise for his role in discovering the burglary.

For a short time, Wills worked for the comedian/activist Dick Gregory, lived in the Bahamas, and had a Harry Nilsson album dedicated to him.

He made some money on the talk show circuit, but was unable to hold down a steady job. He returned home to South Carolina in the mid 70s and cared for his mother (a stroke victim) for several years. He was convicted of shoplifting in 1983.

After his mothers death in 1993, he was so destitute that he was washing his clothes in a bucket until James Kilby founded an organization, Treat Every American Right (TEAR) to raise money for Wills.

Frank Wills died nearly penniless from a brain tumor on Sept. 27, 2000, at University Hospital in Augusta, Georgia, having lived in poverty most of his life.


As investigators closed in on a disgraced Alabama politician for corruption and drug abuse, he's now being accused of gunning down his blonde mistress (above).  Stephen Nodine, a Mobile County commissioner, reportedly shot his mistress Angel Downs once in the head while she was in the driveway of her pricey home in nearby Baldwin County.

Although Nodine was married, he reportedly carried on a torrid six-year affair with the successful real estate broker, an affair that apparently turned ugly when he abused drugs.

Six months before her death, Downs, 45, predicted her own murder in an exchange of e-mails with Nodine, 46, of Mobile.  In the e-mails, Downs blamed Nodine for fracturing her tailbone and beating her body black and blue.  Nodine denied the charges, saying she fell while attacking him.

"I didn't fall down. You tried to kill me, and you get your kicks off beating me up," wrote Downs.  "Your addiction turns you into a very ugly person. And I don't like him.

"Until you turn yourself in to a pain clinic as your doctor suggested, I will not be around because next time you may actually succeed in killing me.  I now have nightmares of you killing me.  Please, please get help!"

In addition to the murder charge, a Mobile County grand jury has indicted Nodine for numerous ethics violations, including misusing county property and funds as well as purchasing more than 2,400 tablets of the painkiller Lortab from nine druggists in four states.

Meanwhile, Mobile cops have busted Nodine for second-degree possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Furthermore, the feds are considering filing charges against Nodine on a combination of weapons and drug charges.

Nodine, who has since resigned his commission seat is being held on $500,000 bond in a Baldwin County jail.

A witness came forward saying they saw Nodine's car leaving the crime scene on the day of the murder.

Alabama residents are calling this: Our "OJ case" on the internet.

Source: Rick Haydan


The FBI's secret file (2,200 pages) is so explosive that Ted Kennedy's widow, Victoria fought to have the file squelched forever but she was ultimately defeated by a court of law upholding the Freedom Of Information Act.

Through White House counsel John Dean, Richard Nixon ordered the FBI to check if Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne were together on a trip to Greece the previous year. But the results of that investigation have mysteriously been purged from the files.

There is ample information about Ted's forbidden flings, which allegedly included Olympic skier Suzy Chaffee, a young Senate intern, a host of waitresses and even a Russian spy.

Sex parties are also documented in the file, guests allegedly included: Sammy Davis, Jr., Marilyn Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lawford.

Around the same time, the FBI files show that Frank Sinatra's name was also allegedly linked to a mob plot to blackmail Ted, Bobby and Lawford by setting them up in a compromising situation with women.


Joe Scarborough served in the U.S. House Of Representatives from 1995-2001, he's currently the host of "Morning Joe," on MSNBC.

On July 20, 2001, Joe Scarborough's constituent services coordinator, Lori Klausutis, age 28, died after hitting her head on a desk when she fainted while apparently alone in Scarborough's Fort Walton Beach, Florida, office. According to Scarborough, soon after her death, allegations "spread all over the Internet" that he had been involved, although there was no evidence of foul play. In 2003, he joked about the incident with Don Imus on Imus' radio program. In 2004, it was the subject of a public spat between Scarborough and filmmaker Michael Moore. And, in 2010, mentioning the incident in his Twitter feed saw Markos Moulitsas banned from MSNBC.

This story is the ultimate coverup, so much so, there isn't even a photo of Lori Klausutis in any search engine.

Gary Condit lost his career over the Chandra Levy scandal yet Scarborough's career wasn't damaged at all, why?

In Related News:

According to the Chandra Levy documentary "Who Killed Chandra Levy?" Gary Condit was allegedly involved with an 18-year-old African American intern before Chandra Levy.

Allegedly, her dad (Otis Thomason) was a popular Modesto preacher. The affair ended so badly, she went into hiding.

She was allegedly terrified to comment on Chandra Levy's disappearance and murder.



by: Denis Wright & Chris George

In reality, there is indeed a news story percolating out there. The story bears remarkable and ironic similarities to the Condit/Levy story. Both involve Congressmen, rumors of infidelity, and the fate of a younger female subordinate. The details are so similar as to remind one of two alternate universes. The difference between the two stories? First, in the Klausutis case as not in the Levy case, there is a real body, very dead. Second, the Klausutis case involves a Republican.

The story had a brief flutter in the Northwest Florida press, which ran a few very short stories on Lori's death. With the exception of the Northwest Florida Daily News, they were of the "Aw-what-a-shame/ nothing-to-see-here-move-along-now-folks" variety. But nationally, this mysterious death earned a mere one paragraph mention in The Washington Post's NATION IN BRIEF column:

"FORT WALTON BEACH, FL. - Lori Klausutis, a 28-year-old office worker for Rep. Joe Scarborough (R-Fl), was found dead in the congressman's district office. Police said preliminary findings from the medical examiner's office showed no foul play or any outward indication of suicide."

Unbelievably, that was it. The story was simply dropped. A young female employee of one of Florida's Congressmen had died unexpectedly in the Congressman's office. There were no witnesses to her death and the cause of death was not apparent. Klausutis' boss, Joe Scarborough had recently resigned from Congress prematurely and unexpectedly, amid rumors about his marital fidelity and soon after a divorce. He had also abruptly resigned as publisher of the Independent Florida Sun, claiming that resigning from Congress and as publisher was necessary to spend more time with his sons.

Such circumstances make one pause. Sick to death of the clear bias of the corporate owned media, and suspicious of the odd nature of this death, we began to dig for answers. The more information we discovered, the more unlikely, and the more newsworthy the story became.

Here are the facts. Lori Klausutis had a seemingly happy life. A devoted husband who listed on his online homepage "being married to Lori" as one of the honors he enjoyed, a new home in Niceville and a Catholic congregation where she was a cantor and in whose choir she sang, were some of the elements of the Good Life she enjoyed. Her husband, Dr. Timothy Klausutis, did research and development for the munitions group at nearby Eglin Air Force Base, where he presumably made a good livelihood. Although Lori hailed from the Atlanta, Georgia area where she had attended school, there were numerous family members in the area. According to her obituary in the Fort Walton Daily News, Lori had served as President and, later, Treasurer, for the Emerald Coast Young Republicans and as a aide to Congressman Scarborough, she was active during the Florida recounts. A former neighbor, Barbara Cromer, said "Every morning, I would see her run while I walked. We'd wave to each other as we passed. I loved Lori so much. She was wonderful. She was a kind, generous person, so sweet.

Then, on Friday, July 20th, the body of Lori Klausutis, 28, was found slumped next to a desk on the floor of Florida Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough's Fort Walton Beach office where Lori had served as a constituent services coordinator since May, 1999. Her body was found around 8:00 a.m. on Friday morning by a couple arriving for an appointment. She had been dead for some time. A second employee, who would have normally arrived for work at around the same time, was away on vacation. Police cordoned off the area for investigation, later announcing that there was no reason to suspect foul play, nor were there signs of suicide.

Scarborough's office released a statement several hours after the discovery:

"My staff and family are greatly saddened by the loss of Lori Klausutis. I know Lori will be missed by the thousands of citizens who regularly contact my office to seek assistance with a variety of problems. May God grant Lori's family the grace, comfort and hope that will get them through this difficult time."

The Congressman returned to Florida that same day, and his office was quick to point out that it was not unusual for him to fly home for the weekend.

There was a great deal of ambiguity over whether Lori had suffered past medical problems. Scarborough's press secretary, Miguel Serrano, made mention of health problems in Lori's past, but could not be more specific. In response, Fort Walton Beach Police Chief Steve Hogue is quoted as saying "That's part of our investigation, checking into her medical history." Associate Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Berkland said "She had a past medical history that was significant, but it remains to be seen whether that played a role in her death". Soon after a member of the immediate family rejected out of hand that Lori had any significant medical problems. She was, in fact, quite an athlete, having recently run an 8K with a very respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

The results of the mandated autopsy, however, were deemed "inconclusive" by Dr. Berkland, who ordered more specific toxicology tests. These results were expected by the middle of the following week, around the first or second day of August. Dr. Berkland commented at the time "This turns over several puzzle pieces in the case of her death and reveals more of the picture".

Welcome to the Wheel of Fortune.

Michael Berkland, it turns out, has a very interesting background himself. Recently relocated to Florida, it is a matter of public record that Dr. Berkland's medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of Berkland reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in a 1996 autopsy report. Berkland does not deny the charges.

It's also a matter of public record that he was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida in July, 1999.


*With numerous sexual harassment allegations in his background at the Washington Post, it's shocking Williams' got hired at Fox News.

A Washington Post reporter who wrote a widely quoted column criticizing the accusations of sexual harassment against Judge Clarence Thomas has been disciplined by the newspaper for his own conduct toward numerous female colleagues and has apologized to the staff, The Post reported today. The journalist, Juan Williams, said in an open letter to The Post's newsroom on Friday that his conduct had been "wrong" and "inappropriate." Several female employees had complained that Mr. Williams had harassed them with sexually explicit and hostile comments, and the newspaper investigated those complaints.

The newspaper's executive editor, Leonard Downie Jr., also issued a letter to the staff. "The complaints were found to be serious," it said, "and, as Juan acknowledges, he was disciplined for his conduct and intends to apologize to women he offended." Neither The Post's account nor the two letters it quoted described the nature of the discipline. The Post had earlier said that the outcome of personnel inquiries should remain confidential. But on Friday about "50 female employees" met with Mr. Downie and told him they objected to the paper's refusal to disclose the resolution of the investigation involving Mr. Williams.


Just when you thought that the 37th president of the United States could not be any worse, new skeletons have come out of the closet.

In a new book called "The Arrogance of Power: The Secret World of Richard Nixon," authors Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan allege that at one point in 1962, Nixon's aides had to pull him off his wife Pat after a beating that left her face so bruised she could not go out in public.

The book describes incidents where he told her to "Keep your fucking mouth shut..." in front of others after losing the 1962 California Governor's race.

Nixon is also supposed to have beaten his wife after resigning the presidency. According to sources, she had to be taken to hospital.

The book also alleges that Nixon abused prescription drugs.

These sensational allegations were corroborated by John Sears, a longtime aide of Nixon. Said Sears:

The family lawyer told me that Nixon had hit her in 1962 and that she had threatened to leave him over it ... I'm not talking about a smack. He blackened her eye... I had heard about that from Pat Hillings (a longtime Nixon friend and associate) as well..


You often wonder why independent candidates enter political races with no chance of winning?

When these type of candidates reach a critical mass in the polls, they begin to make both the Republicans and Democrats extremely nervous, because these candidates can split the votes.

This type of candidate can also reach poll levels that enable them to receive federal election funds and they can qualify for national debate time. This would allow the candidate to cobble together an independent party coalition (example:Tea Party) that has numerous candidates running for various offices in many of the larger states. That could have disastrous consequences for major party candidates.

Independent candidates (not Tea Party candidates) can split the traditional voting bases for the major party candidates, in effect giving the independent control over the outcome of perhaps 35 percent of the seats in play. Now, when you have that much leverage in the political arena, well...

You get to pretty much name your price to drop out of the race!


The father of Charles Koch & David Koch (Tea Party Founders) founded the John Birch society along with Robert Welch (second photo). The John Birch society was considered an extreme right wing society with racial overtones. Famous members included: Actor John Wayne.

The Koch Brothers are billionaires, their company manufactures Brawny paper towels, dixie cups, Stain Master Carpet, Georgia Pacific Lumber, Mardi Gras napkins and they own oil refineries.

These brothers are underwriting a huge network of foundations (similar to the Tea Party) to come at President Barrack Obama from different directions.

They have donated over $100 million dollars (with more to come) to various think tanks and foundations to wage war against President Obama.

When Ike & Tina Turner played at the Sheraton, Hyannisport in the 1960's, Ethel Kennedy came to hear them. She was a huge fan of their music. After the show, Ethel went backstage and invited Ike & Tina to her house.

The next day, when Ike and Tina arrived, the house was surrounded by guards. They also had big and little farmhouses with chickens and other animals.

According to Ike: It was a huge estate.

Later, Ethel took them out on this big boat that had four Rolls Royce engines.

Afterwards, they all ate a five course meal prepared by a chef.

Former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice used to date former NFL receiver Gene Washington back in the day and they remain close friends to this day.

Washington was not only exceptional on the gridiron, he was extraordinary off the field.

He was the first black member of the fraternity Delta Tau Delta.

He was the first African American man in this country to allegedly own a beer distribution. This endeavor is so lucrative that years later, the Rev. Jesse Jackson worked out a deal where is two sons were awarded a beer distribution. On NFL Sundays (in the league), one day beer sales (total): $250,000 at each stadium hosting a NFL game.

Currently, he is the director of football operations for the NFL. He is also on the board of the National Park Foundation.

Living and playing in California gave Washington the opportunity to appear in a number of films and television series. He also served as a commentator for NBC's NFL coverage in the early 1980s and sports anchor at KABC-TV in the late 1980s.

During Rice's White House tenure, Washington was her guest at a State Dinner for Queen Elizabeth II and a State Dinner for Ghanaian President John Kufuor.


We all know about Armstrong Williams (black conservative) being paid $240,000 by the George W. Bush administration to promote "No Child Left Behind." Afterwards: His newspaper syndicate dropped his column and he lost his syndicated television show.

Fast Forward:

Allegedly, before the above scandal erupted, Williams' is quoted as saying: "I was close with Stedman for a long time but I've had my problems with Oprah over the years." Williams allegedly removed from his house the two photos Oprah had inscribed to him.

Allegedly, Oprah began pulling away from him soon after the journalist David Brock wrote in his book "Blinded By The Right," that Williams had made a homosexual advance toward him. Williams was allegedly later sued by a male associate for sexual harassment but settled the case out of court.

Allegedly, Oprah would find out later that Williams was allegedly on the payroll of the National Enquirer, The Star, and The Globe. He was allegedly feeding these three tabloids information on Oprah.

According to a former tabloid editor: "We had a direct pipeline into her office and knew every move she was making, because (at the time) Williams' was a friend of Stedman's. Stedman used to leave copies of Oprah's schedule around his office, Williams' allegedly made copies, and got them to the tabloids (unbeknownst to Steadman).

The editor adds: "We knew where they were going and what they were doing, which is why our photographers got the intimate photos we published, especially during Oprah and Stedman's vacations together."

Madeleine Duncan Brown (July 5, 1925 – June 22, 2002) was a Texas woman who claimed she had been the mistress of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson for more than two decades. She went public with the claim years after Johnson's death, a relationship that was considered "an open secret" in Texas.

She also claimed that her son, Steven Mark Brown, was fathered by Johnson (2nd photo). Steven Mark Brown was born December 27, 1950. At 36, he sued the former president's widow, Lady Bird Johnson, for $10.5 million but he didn't survive to prove his claim in court. he died on September 28, 1990 of cancer.

Brown claimed that the night before the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Johnson said: "After tomorrow those SOB's will never embarrass me again." Brown also claimed to have seen Lee Harvey Oswald with Jack Ruby in the latter's Carousel Club prior to the assassination. She also said that LBJ confirmed the conspiracy to kill Kennedy on New Year's Eve 1963, LBJ insisting that "the CIA and the oil people of Texas" had been responsible.

Brown said that the plan to kill the President had its origins in the 1960 Democratic Convention, at which John F. Kennedy was nominated presidential candidate with Johnson as his running mate, where H.L. Hunt, an American oil tycoon, and Lyndon Johnson hatched the assassination plot.

When they met in California Joe Kennedy, John Kennedy's father, and H.L. Hunt met three days prior to the election - they finally cut a deal according to John Currington (an aide to H.L. Hunt) and H.L. finally agreed that Lyndon would go as the vice president... this came from the horse's mouth way back in 1960 - when H.L. came back to Dallas I was walking... with him... and he made the remark, 'We may have lost a battle but we're going to win a war,' and then the day of the assassination he said 'Well, we won the war', said Brown.

In Texas, Madeline Brown associated with many of the people who are linked to the assassination of John F. Kennedy, including Howard Hunt, Jack Ruby, Carlos Marcello, J. Edgar Hoover and Richard Nixon and she talks about these people in endearing terms, giving her words added credibility.

Speaking about a meeting in Texas between J. Edgar Hoover, Lyndon Johnson, Howard Hunt, J. Edgar Hoover and Jack Ruby, at Texas oilman, Clint Murchison's house.

It was the night before the assassination on Thursday night. I was called, they told me they were having a social and of course I was ready to go to any social. I think I must of gotten there around eight and the party was breaking up probably 10:30, 11:00 maybe -I guess it was eleven. And, we were all stunned when Lyndon came in.

He came from Houston. It must have been 11:00 oclock. The party was breaking up at that time. And it shocked everyone that he came in. Of course, I was thrilled to see him. Normally, I knew his agenda when he was in Texas, but that night, I did not know that he was coming. And they all went in to this conference room.

It gets a little bizarre when Madeline says, "He (George Owens) was there socially, and of course, Jack Ruby had brought one of the call girls to the meeting." When asked about the call girl, Madeline said, "Her name was Shirley. I know her, but she doesn't want to talk about this." Maybe, she's married now, and maybe, one day she will also tell her story.

When asked who picked up Nixon, Madeline said, "Nixon was already in town. He came in on Tuesday and met with Lyndon.

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Marilyn Monroe wasn't the only woman JFK & RFK shared. They allegedly shared a pretty and popular gossip columnist. According to her: "RFK was very well endowed, JFK, not as much." This woman is now in her 70's, she was also friends with Marilyn Monroe and has never before-seen photographs-of Monroe. She now lives a quiet life, far away from Hollywood.


By: David Leafe

As the long black limousine pulled up unannounced outside the gates of Buckingham Palace, the guardsmen were surprised to see one of the most famous and beautiful women of the day reclining elegantly in the back seat.

Marlene Dietrich, then the world's highest-paid film star, was the epitome of husky-voiced sexual allure.

At the height of her fame, she seduced many of Hollywood's best-known actors, including John Wayne and James Stewart. But on that summer's evening in 1936 she had a very different conquest in mind.

Dietrich was in England to make a film called Knight Without Armour at Denham Studios in Buckinghamshire.

Her boyfriend, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, was friendly with the Royal Family and through him she had learned of King Edward VIII's plans to abdicate so he could marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson.

Shocked at the idea he might renounce everything for what she described as 'that homely, flat-chested woman,' the 35-year-old screen goddess had decided to intervene.

'She was prepared to seduce him and show him that Wallis wasn't the only woman in the world,' Fairbanks said.

Dietrich's audacious plan was concocted in her suite at Claridge's, he claimed. 'She told me: "I'll make him forget her. I must have a bath and the right perfume."

'She began taking her clothes off as she went.'

Since they were in the midst of their own affair, Fairbanks — not surprisingly — expressed his reservations about the scheme.

'Oh darling, don't be so old-fashioned,' she replied.

'We're doing it for England, which we both love. Some sacrifices must be made.'

Doing it for England: Dietrich wanted to prevent King Edward VIII from abdicating to be with Wallis Simpson, pictured here together on a 1936 Adriatic cruise

Fairbanks said: 'She went off in her limousine but she'd dallied a bit too long enhancing her charms, which hadn't needed any enhancing, and the King was out when she arrived — or so she was told.'

According to a colourful new biography, it was not the last time Dietrich would consider using her charms to change the course of history.

Her prolific love life would involve the seduction of both President John F. Kennedy and his father Joe — not to mention a bizarre plot to assassinate Hitler.

Underlying all this was a free and frank enjoyment of sex — startling for a woman of her generation.
'Darling, the legs aren't so beautiful,' she once said of her most celebrated attributes.
'It's just that I know what to do with them.'

Ahead of her time: Dietrich was open about enjoyment of sex, which was rare for a woman in her day and age

Born in Berlin in 1901, she was the daughter of Louis Dietrich, a lieutenant in the Royal Prussian Police, and his wife Josephine, whose family ran one of the city's best-known department stores.

Among the first people to fall for Dietrich's allure was an older girl at her school.

'I was allowed to overnight with her and she was the initiator,' she remembered.

'She didn't seem to know much about what she was doing, but she seemed to enjoy her fumbling.'

Working as a stage and film actress in decadent Twenties Berlin, she went on to conduct affairs with both sexes. But her strangest and most enduring relationship was with a man, a handsome assistant director named Rudi Sieber.

She would later describe him as 'the love of my life, my soul mate.'

Yet after they married in May 1923, and she gave birth to their daughter Maria the following year, they agreed to enjoy an open relationship and Dietrich gave her stamp of approval to Sieber's affair with Russian actress Tamara Matul.

In part, this was a practical arrangement. In 1930, her success in the film The Blue Angel took the new international sex symbol to Hollywood and she left her daughter in the care of her husband and Tamara — an agreement that was repeated throughout her career.

Although they continued to live apart in the coming years, Dietrich wrote to Rudi whenever she had an affair and told him the details.

'I never loved anyone else the way I loved Rudi, so Rudi didn't need to be jealous,' she explained.
There must have been many such letters. Her Hollywood romances included affairs with two of Greta Garbo's former lovers.

One was a dalliance with Mercedes de Acosta, a society lesbian renowned for her habit of wearing mannish trousers, along with a naval-style tricorn hat and cape. The other was with actor John Gilbert, known as 'the great lover' of the silent screen.

Her two-year relationship with Gilbert ended when he died of a heart attack in January 1936, but she quickly moved on, meeting Douglas Fairbanks Jr. at a party in London, shortly before her abortive role in the abdication crisis.

That night, she asked him to give her a lift back to Claridge's and invited him in for a nightcap.

Confidant: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. said Dietrich told him of her plan to assassinate Hitler and asked him for help

'It's very nice of you to have me up for a drink,' he said as he settled on the sofa in her suite.
'That wasn't what I had in mind,' she replied.

Dietrich was eight years older than Fairbanks, but he recalled: 'She was unconventional in her lovemaking as she was unconventional in everything.

'She was totally uninhibited about her nudity which was easy to understand when you gazed upon that body.'

Their relationship coincided with Dietrich's growing concerns about the rise of Nazism in her homeland. She was deemed a traitor for refusing to return to Germany and make films at the state-run UFA studios, which would have been great propaganda for the Third Reich.

One day, according to Fairbanks, she asked for his help in an extraordinary plan. She would agree to make one film in Germany, on condition that she could be alone with the Fuhrer.
This would give her an opportunity to kill him.

Not so gentleman Jim: Dietrich enjoyed a dalliance with her co-star James Stewart, and found his private persona quite different to his public one

She told Fairbanks: 'I would gush over how I feel about him, intimating that I am desperately in love with him. I've heard Hitler likes me and I'm certain he would agree.'

Realizing she would be searched, she was prepared to go into Hitler's bedroom naked if necessary, but the only detail she could not resolve was how to smuggle in a murder weapon.

She considered a poisoned hairpin, but asked for Fairbanks' suggestions, too.

'I never thought of anything,' he said.

'Fortunately, her idea didn't go any further because she didn't figure out how to complete the
assassination, but she was a very brave girl and I know she would have gambled her life if she thought she had a chance of success.'

Photo Credit for Marlene Dietrich photo: PA


Abraham Bolden claimed that in October, 1963, the Chicago Secret Service office received a teletype from the Federal Bureau of Investigation warning that an attempt would be made to kill President John F. Kennedy by a four-man Cuban hit squad when he visited the city on 2nd November. Armed with high-powered rifles, the men from "a dissident Cuban group". According to investigative journalist Edwin Black, the Secret Service arrested two suspects, however, they were eventually released.


Abraham Bolden was born into a poor family in East St. Louis, Illinois. After graduating from Lincoln University he spent four years as an Illinois State Trooper. His record was so outstanding that in 1959 President Dwight Eisenhower appointed him to the United States Secret Service. Based in Chicago, he won "two commendations for cracking counterfeiting rings."

In 1961 President John F. Kennedy appointed Bolden as part of the Secret Service White House detail. According to Jim Marrs (Crossfire: The Plt That Killed Kennedy), Bolden was personally selected by Kennedy "in an attempt to integrate the previously all-white Secret Service detail."

Bolden spent only three months working for Kennedy. He complained about the "separate housing facilities for black agents on southern trips." At a meeting with James J. Rowley, the head of the Secret Service, Bolden criticized the "general laxity and the heavy drinking among the agents who were assigned to protect the President." As a result of these complaints, Bolden was sent back to the Chicago office and assigned to routine anti-counterfeiting duties.

Abraham Bolden later discovered that this information was being kept from the Warren Commission. When he complained about this he was warned "to keep his mouth shut". Bolden decided to travel to Washington where he telephoned Warren Commission Counsel J. Lee Rankin. Bolden was arrested and taken back to Chicago where he was charged with discussing a bribe with two known counterfeiters. He was eventually found guilty of accepting a bribe and spent six years in prison. When he tried to draw attention to his case, he was placed in solitary confinement.

Sam DeStefano, one of the men who accused Bolden of this crime, was murdered in 1973. DeStefano was close to Sam Giancana, Charles Nicoletti and Richard Cain. It is believed that Cain murdered DeStefano. Soon afterwards, Cain himself was murdered.


Despite being a self-proclaimed swinger, Roger Stone is an dangerous GOP fixer and partly responsible for the downfall of Eliot Spitzer. Ashley Dupree was portrayed as Spitzer's main escort via the press, wrong! They had a one night stand. Spitzer's main escort was a woman named Angelina. She went into hiding and is currently working as an commodities day trader. Stone was also involved with the Willie Horton advertisements targeted against Democratic opponent Michael Dukakis. Stone was allegedly associated with rogue police units in various states.


Campaign consultant, GOP dirty trickster:

Roger Stone is a Long time political operative and no stranger to dirty tricks. Worked for Chuck Colson in 1972 at the Committee to Re-Elect the President (i.e. Nixon). Helped strategize for the Reagan presidential campaign and Arlen Specter's Senate campaign. Worked on Bob Dole and Donald Trump's unsuccessful presidential campaigns. Also appears to have been helping Al Sharpton's 2004 presidential campaign.

In 1996, Roger and his wife Nydia purportedly placed an ad in "Swing Fever," magazine looking for single men and couples to join them in group sex. Ad below:


We are hot, athletic and very fit. We are seeking similar couples or exceptional muscular, well hung, single men. She's 40DD-24-36 and bi. She loves to f**k hard and deep. He's 195 lbs., trim, muscular and 8" +. She prefers jocks, military men, and body builders. No fat people or smokers need respond. Send photo and phone. No photo, no response! We are interested in DC, VA, MD, NYC, Miami, and LA.

Stone was allegedly a regular at "Miami Velvet," Swingers Club in Florida.

Roger Stone's claim to fame was that he worked with the dead GOP Dirty Trickster Lee Atwater, who actually allegedly repented his dark deeds before he died of cancer.

Stone worked for Black, Manafort, Stone & Atwater, a lobby-consulting firm whose clients included Zaire's CIA-enabled dictator Mobuto Sese Seko and Philippine Kleptocrat-President Ferdinand Marco.

Referring to the notorious Gay Old Party (GOP) Fixer Attorney Roy Cohn, Stone said, "Roy was not gay. He was a man who liked having sex with men. Gays were weak, effeminate. He always seemed to have these young blond boys around. It just wasn’t discussed. He was interested in power and access."


According to late Playmate-Bettie Page:

One day, Frank Sinatra called me, he told me he had a very important friend who wanted to meet me, he was one of my biggest fans. "He refused to divulge the name of his friend, however, he told me he was charming, rich, and handsome."

The meeting was in a home in Palm Springs.

A man servant ushered me into the living room and toward the pool area where I saw a man standing.

When I got close to him, he pulled me to him and gave me a long, lingering kiss. 'I've waited a long time for this,' he said, hugging me close. 'I collect your pictures. 'It was obvious he was aroused.

Between kissing, we disrobed.

He lay on his back, he wanted me on top, we had sex out in the open-by the pool. After he finished with me, he showered by the pool but didn't invite me to join him. He didn't even kiss me goodbye.

All he said was: "By the way, I'm Jack Kennedy."

Later, he would become the most famous man in America.

Katharine Hepburn:


"At the time, it never occurred to me that Katharine Hepburn might be a lesbian. Those stories about her came out much later. That woman knew how to guard her privacy. I could have sold the story of my night with Katharine Hepburn to Confidential magazine, but I decided not to. I didn't want my male fans to think I, too, was a lesbian."

According to Bettie Page:

One day I received a mysterious call from a woman who claimed she worked for a photographer who wanted to hire me to pose in lingerie at an address in Hollywood.

Arriving by taxi, I was greeted at the door of a Hollywood home. The door was open by an older woman, probably in her 60's, who did not identify herself.

After getting me a glass of orange juice, I was ushered into a downstairs bedroom. On the bed was some lingerie. The woman asked me to slip into whatever lingerie fitted me and wait for the photographer. It was the most expensive lingerie I'd ever seen. There was no bondage stuff, nothing like that. I slipped into a bra and a pair of pink panties, but kept on my high heels. Guys liked that."

I waited about fifteen minutes, until there was a knock on the door. I went to open it and discovered, to my total surprise, Katharine Hepburn dressed in a pair of slacks and a man's white shirt.

"At first I was so astonished I couldn't speak," Bettie claimed. "She was one of my favorite actresses. She looked regal but not particularly young."

"I did nothing except lay back and close my eyes. She did all the work."



Dovey Roundtree is one of the most dynamic and fearless defense attorney's in U.S. history. She won the majority of her cases (despite all-white juries and white judges) in the segregated 1960's. She often represented poor blacks for free.

In 1962, she broke another barrier with her nomination for membership to the all-white Women's Bar Association of the District of Columbia by attorney Joyce Hens Green (later an Associate Judge on the US District Court for the District of Columbia Circuit). The nomination precipitated a firestorm of controversy, with several of the Association's board members vehemently opposing Roundtree's nomination. Only when Green demanded a vote by the full membership was Roundtree admitted to the Women's Bar as its first black member.

Dovey Roundtree was recently saluted by First Lady Michelle Obama on the occasion of the release of her 2009 autobiography, "Justice Older than the Law," which Roundtree co-authored with Washington journalist Katie McCabe and which won the 2009 Letitia Woods Brown Award from the Association of Black Women Historians.


Dovey Roundtree was the inspiration for actress Cicely Tyson's depiction of a maverick civil rights lawyer in the television series "Sweet Justice," and the recipient, along with retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, of the American Bar Association's 2000 Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award.


It was Roundtree's successful defense of the black laborer accused of the 1964 murder of alleged Kennedy mistress Mary Pinchot Meyer (directly above) that solidified her reputation in the Washington, D.C. legal community. For a fee of one dollar, Roundtree took on the defense of Ray Crump, Jr., (2nd photo-above) accused of the execution-style shooting of Meyer as she took her daily walk along the C & O Canal. Crump, who had been found by police wandering along the towpath near the scene of the crime, was arrested on the word of an eyewitness who claimed Crump resembled the black man he had seen standing over Meyer's body moments after the murder. He had then been indicted without a preliminary hearing.

Convinced that Crump's limited mental capacity rendered him incapable of perpetrating a murder of such stealth and meticulousness, Roundtree took on the United States government in a July 1965 trial in which the notoriety of the victim drew record crowds of lawyers, law students, and reporters to the United States District Court.

Against the elaborate circumstantial case presented by US Attorney Alfred Hantman and his legal team, Roundtree pitted a single fact: Crump's diminutive size. At five feet three and a half inches and 130 pounds, Roundtree argued, Crump was four to five inches shorter and at least 50 pounds lighter than the man described by the eyewitness. Stunning the court with the brevity and simplicity of her thirty-minute case, Roundtree called only three witnesses, each of whom testified to Crump's good character, and she presented but a single exhibit: Raymond Crump himself.

It was unheard of for a black female attorney to get a not guilty verdict for a black man in the turbulent 60's but Dovey Rountree accomplished this-in a case that had CIA and government affiliations, a black woman won!

The not-guilty verdict in the case left permanently open to speculation the possibility of CIA involvement in Meyer's murder. It also cemented Roundtree's reputation among Washington trial lawyers and judges, and resulted in her appointment to high-profile murder cases, including the 1977 defense of John Griffin in a sensational retrial for his alleged role in the murder of a group of Hanafi Muslims at a DC temple.


Many skeptics considered Ray Crump (a fall guy) for the murder of Mary Meyer although a black assassin (was allegedly contracted) to murder Mary Meyer. The killer went so far as to wear the same attire Crump wore that day.

Also, one of the prosecuting witnesses identified himself as a Marine who witnessed Crump following Meyer on a park trail. Later, it was revealed that this man may have been a CIA operative assigned to give damaging testimony to convict Crump.

Shortly after Meyer's murder, a high ranking CIA official arrived at her residence frantically looking for her diary which detailed her affair with John F. Kennedy.

On his dying bed, Mary Meyer's ex-husband (Cort Meyer-CIA official) was asked, who do you think killed your ex-wife? His reply: "The same son-of-a-bitches who killed Kennedy!"

Dovey Roundtree is 97 years old and resides on the east coast.


Bayard Rustin (March 17, 1912 – August 24, 1987) was a civil rights activist, important largely behind the scenes in the civil rights movement of the 1960s and earlier. He is credited as the chief organizer of the 1963 March on Washington.

In 1953, Bayard Rustin (1st photo) was arrested in Pasadena, California for homosexual activity. Originally charged with vagrancy and lewd conduct, he pleaded guilty to a single, lesser charge of "sex perversion" (as consensual sodomy was officially referred to in California then) and served 60 days in jail. This was the first time that his homosexuality had come to public attention. He had been and remained candid about his sexuality, although homosexuality was still criminalized throughout the United States.

When Rustin organized the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963, Senator Strom Thurmond railed against Rustin as a "Communist, draft-dodger, and homosexual." He produced an FBI photograph (courtesy of J. Edgar Hoover) of Rustin talking to Martin Luther King, Jr., while King was bathing, to imply that there was a same-sex relationship between the two. Both men denied the allegation of an affair.

Epic fail on the part of J. Edgar Hoover and Strom Thurmond.

George Wallace (late Alabama Governor/Segregationist) was a notorious racist! Yet, his speech writer-Asa Earl Carter (2nd photo) was just as bad, if not worse. Carter penned the infamous words: 'Segregation Today, Segregation Tomorrow, Segregation Forever!'


In March 1956, Asa Carter was making national news as a spokesman for segregation. Carter was quoted in a UP wire news story, saying the NAACP had "infiltrated" Southern white teenagers with "immoral" rock and roll records. Carter called for jukebox owners to purge all records by black performers from jukeboxes.

Carter made the national news again in September of the same year, after he gave an inflammatory anti-integration speech in Clinton, Tennessee. He addressed Clinton's high school enrolling twelve black students. After Carter's speech, a mob of 200 white men stopped black drivers passing through, "ripping out hood ornaments and smashing windows."

In 1957, Carter and his brother James were jailed for fighting against Birmingham police officers. The police were trying to apprehend their group, who was wanted for a suspected Ku Klux Klan (KKK) shooting. Also during the mid-1950s, Carter founded a paramilitary KKK splinter group called the "Ku Klux Klan of the Confederacy."

Members of Carter's new KKK group attacked singer Nat King Cole at an April 1956 Birmingham concert. After a more violent event, four members of Carter's Klan group were convicted of a September 1957 abduction and attack on a black handyman named Edward Aaron. They castrated Aaron, poured turpentine on his wounds, and left him abandoned in the trunk of a car near Springdale, Alabama. Police found Aaron, near death from blood loss.

Carter spent the last part of his life trying to conceal his background as a Klansman and segregationist. He began work on his first novel, "The Rebel Outlaw Josey Wales."

Clint Eastwood directed and starred in a 1976 film adaptation of Josey Wales, retitled "The Outlaw Josey Wales."

Carter was working on "The Wanderings of Little Tree," as well as a screenplay version of the book, when he died on June 7, 1979. The cause of death was reported as heart failure, but was alleged to have resulted from a fist fight with his son.


by: Hamden Rice

According to Hamden Rice:

One of the key people in this network (I wouldn't call it a conspiracy) is one Todd Blodgett. Blodgett is the head of an advertising or PR agency in DC, called the TAD Agency.

Blodgett first emerges in the 1989 Washington Times expose of gay escorts being taken on midnight tours of the Reagan/Bush White House. These tours were organized by Craig Spence, an associate of Lawrence King of the Franklin credit union S&L looting/boy prostitution scandal (a story we reported on).

It is frequently claimed that Spence recorded his clients and used his lists/recordings for blackmail and political power purposes. He also claimed to be working for the CIA, although those claims could have been self-serving attempts to deflect prosecution.

At the time this story broke, one person publicly identified as caught up in the credit card lists was Todd Blodgett. The credit card was used to pay for prostitutes, but he always maintained that he allowed a friend to use his card.

At the time, Blodgett was a protege of Lee Atwater, carrying out negative research on Democrats.

In the Reagan/Bush WH-he was a staff editorial assistant, then moved on to be advisor to the Bush/Quale campaign as domestic policy advisor.

After leaving politics for the private sector, Blodgett played a peculiar role as a middle man in several transactions seemingly designed to protect the assets of far RW neo-Nazi companies and institutions that were insolvent. He purchased mailing lists from the Willis Carto's Liberty Lobby for $85,000 (which were allegedly worth in the millions), delivering by his own testimony the last $25,000 in cash as 250 $100 bills.

Blodgett similarly came to the rescue of skinhead/neo-nazi Resistance Records. Its owners faced judgments in Canada under that country's hate speech law and in Michigan for back taxes.

Blodgett purchased a record label. Blodgett then brokered the sale of the record label to Turner Diaries author and National Alliance founder William Pierce. This took place in DC's University Club.

Blodgett was eventually ejected from membership of the Club once it was discovered he brokered this deal in their building. Washington Post 1/12/00.

cryptic allegations by TBRNews that Blodgett was running a call boy ring out of the Kennedy-Warren:

TBRNews wrote:

Seems a former White House aide, (Reagan White House) was caught running a male prostitution service and got fired from the Monkey Palace, and later from the RNC for supplying muscular boy toys to some top Beltway gays.

Well, after being fired, our bozo got together with a Muslim druggie and set up operations at the Kennedy-Warren, a landmark DC apartment/business complex. They ran a male escort service supplying young studs to older Beltway citizens.

Among these citizens were: Federal judges, top political figures, mostly Republican, very senior military people and certainly members of Congress. The head of this service, that utilized credit cards for payment, supplied young men, mostly young servicemen, between 18 to 25 for sex.

They kept very complete records, including names and address of the johns as well as credit card receipts.

Later there was blackmail and now, I have learned from the inside, this joker has sold the lists to: Iranians( through his partner’s Arab connections) and a gay group in DC. Sold the lists twice and got twice the money. I have seen a partial list and it reads like the DC social register, believe me!


A charming cottage in Cheyenne, Wyoming is the secret address of more than 2,000 corporations and shell companies rivaling the Cayman Islands as a place for bigwigs to hide their assets.

The 1,7000-square-foot house in the small town of 60,000 people looks like the other dwellings on the street until you step inside. Instead of a living room, there are floor-to-ceiling mailboxes, each labeled as a corporate suite.

Neighbors say they never see anyone enter or leave the building, except for a single woman who steps outside for the occasional cigarette break.

The house is headquarters for Wyoming Corporate Services (WCS), a firm that helps it clients create new companies that only exist on paper.

WCS will set up bank accounts, name a CEO and appoint a lawyer as company director to ensure attorney-client privilege.



The story of Ruby McCollum refutes the carefully constructed public memory of one of the most famous—and under-examined—biracial murders in American history. On August 3, 1952, African American housewife Ruby McCollum drove to the office of Dr. C. LeRoy Adams, beloved white physician and Senator in the segregated small town of Live Oak, Florida. With her two young children in tow, McCollum calmly gunned down the doctor during (according to public sentiment) “an argument over a medical bill.” Soon, a very different motive emerged, with McCollum alleging horrific mental and physical abuse at Adams’s hand.

In reaction to these allegations and an increasingly intrusive media presence, the town quickly cobbled together what would become the public facade of Adams’s murder—a more “acceptable” motive for McCollum’s actions. To ensure this would become the official version of events, McCollum’s trial prosecutors voiced multiple objections during her testimony to limit what she was allowed to say.


Ruby McCollum (August 31, 1909-May 23, 1992) was the subject of a notorious murder trial in 1952. She was convicted of killing Dr. C. Leroy Adams, whom she accused of forcing her to submit to sex and bear his child.

In 1929 McCollum married Sam McCollum and they moved to Nyack, New York. During the five years that they lived there she delivered a son, Sam, Jr. before the couple relocated to Fort Myers, Florida. Sam became a wealthy Negro gambler and he was considered the richest Negro in the area. Sam's brother Buck also amassed considerable wealth managing a Bolita gambling business.

On Sunday morning, August 3, 1952, McCollum shot and killed prominent Live Oak, Florida physician and state senator-elect, Dr. C. Leroy Adams. She accused him of forcing her to submit to sex and bear his child. The case received coverage in both the white and black press, and was instrumental in changing attitudes about the practice of "paramour rights," the presumed right of a white man to take a black woman to whom he was not married as his concubine.

McCollum was prosecuted by state's attorney Keith Black and convicted of first degree murder on December 20, 1952 and sentenced to death, despite her assertion that Adams had forced sex upon her and insisted that she bear his child. Her conviction and death sentence were overturned by the Florida Supreme Court on July 20, 1954.

At the second trial, defense attorneys filed a motion of suggestion of insanity, and upon examination by court appointed physicians, the state attorney (now Randall Slaughter) agreed, and she was declared mentally incompetent and incarcerated for 20 years in the Florida State Hospital for mental patients at Chattahoochee. In 1974, Frank Cannon, McCollum's lead attorney at her trial, appeal and second trial, visited her in the mental hospital and filed papers to have her released under the Baker Act.

Zora Neale Hurston covered the trial for the Pittsburgh Courier from the fall of 1952 through the early months of 1953, and subsequently wrote a series of articles for the Courier entitled, "The Life Story of Ruby McCollum", which ran in the early months of 1953 following McCollum's conviction. In her reporting for the Courier, Hurston wrote that McCollum's trial sounded the death knell for "paramour rights.'

On May 23, 1992, at 4:45 a.m., McCollum died of a stroke at the New Horizon Rehabilitation Center, at the age of eighty-two, following the death of her brother, Matt, by less than a year.

She is buried beside him in the cemetery behind the New Hope Baptist Church. Her name was entered on her death certificate as "Ruby McCollumn," and her burial place as a "rural cemetery" near Ocala.

The "Ruby McCollum," story is currently in production with a scheduled release for 2012.


"David Ferrie (2nd photo) was a pilot... who was also involved in moving drugs and guns. Ferrie knew both Lee Harvey Oswald and Clay Shaw.

He taught aviation at St. Benedict High School, before being fired for taking boys to a house of prostitution. One of his students was 15-year-old Lee Harvey Oswald. (Another was Barry Seal).

Over the years, Ferrie, while working with with various cadet squadrons, developed improper relations with boys ranging in age 14-18.

"Jack Martin, a Ferrie friend, speculated that Ferrie could have hypnotized Oswald in some way (Manchurian Candidate).

"Ferrie had a substantial library on hypnotism. "Ferrie was seen with Jack Ruby before the assassination, and a hypnotist was performing at the club at the time.

"Ferrie claimed to he a hypnotist and psychotherapist, and there are reports that he was indeed a capable hypnotist."

Jack Martin told the New Orleans police that Ferrie "was supposed to have been the getaway pilot in the assassination."

Martin also claimed that Ferrie had known Lee Harvey Oswald as a teen and from their days in the New Orleans Civil Air Patrol, and that he had seen a photograph (above), at Ferrie's home, of Oswald in a Civil Air Patrol group.

Martin told the FBI that Ferrie may have hypnotized Oswald into assassinating Kennedy.

In Related News: (David Ferrie Associate)

"Since 1934, this man (above), Albert Bowen-Osborne, a missionary for the American Council of Christian Churches ... had been running a school for marksmen or assassins in his orphanage in Oaxaca, Mexico.

"He was in Knoxville working for a boys club for a number of years and was fired for homosexual activities with his charges.

Source: 3.bp.blogspot.com



Authorities in Botetourt County discovered the body of a well-known Democratic operative and U.S. Senate aide along U.S. 220, dead from an apparent gunshot wound.

The body of Frederick W. Hutchins Jr., 26, (above) of Roanoke was found shortly after 7 a.m. along southbound U.S. 220 by a Botetourt County deputy who had stopped to check on a vehicle parked on the highway's shoulder, according to the sheriff's office.

Hutchins was an aide to U.S. Senator Jim Webb, D-Va.

Hutchins had been shot in the head, and a gun was found beneath his body, Sheriff Ronnie Sprinkle said. The sheriff added that the official cause of death would be determined by the state medical examiner.

Hutchins' body was outside the car, which was north of Fincastle, on a small embankment beside the road. Sprinkle said the death occurred between 4:30 a.m., when an officer passed the scene and no vehicle was present, and 7:08 a.m., when another officer stopped to check on the parked vehicle.

Before joining Webb's office, Hutchins was an aide to state Del. Onzlee Ware, D-Roanoke (2nd photo).

Ware said he first met Hutchins at a political rally at the Roanoke City Market in 1993. The 13-year-old Hutchins declared that Ware was going to run for office one day, and that Hutchins would be his campaign manager, Ware recalled. Ten years later, it happened. At 12, Hutchins had business cards that read: Frederick W. Hutchins, Jr. (Political Consultant). At 25, he was a deputy senior strategist. This overachiever was a powerbroker on Capitol Hill.

Hutchins was always loyal, Ware added. “Fred stuck with me,” he said. “And there were times I know he was called a n-----lover because he stuck with me, a black man.”

They'd talked about the future, Ware said. “We always said there’d be another campaign to come,” he said. “I’d run for another office and he again planned to be my campaign manager."

Ware teared up, then continued: “I don’t question what God does. He left Fred here for a short time and he did things most people don’t get to do in a lifetime.”

Conspiracy Theorists: 'A reason was planted for his death before the investigation was completed.'






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