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The Franklin Cover-Up



How do you think the American public would feel about our government if they realized that they are concealing and covering up the fact that high level officials are involved with the ritualistic murder and prostitution of children?
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Child Abuse in America: Is There More Than We're Being Told?

Remember Jon Bennet Ramsey? The little girl who was killed in Colorado on December 25th, 1996? Nine detectives resigned off the case without a single indictment.  This is one of the few ritual murders that made it to the news. Most do not. 


According to the most recent numbers by ChildHelp, there are nearly 3 million reports of child abuse made annually. The Children's Defense Fund and other groups caution that only one in every five cases of abuse and neglect gets reported. Shocking as these numbers are, the nature of the crimes is more so. Ever more frequently, abuse involves what law enforcement officials refer to as "sadistic, ritualistic" features, or, to speak plainly, satanism.

What the victims of this type of abuse describe is so horrific, that parents, teachers, and even child welfare workers have great difficulty to grasp what they are being told. The mind recoils from such evil, inflicted on the most innocent of all people, children. In the words of Former FBI Director Edgar J Hoover, "The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists."

When these cases come to light, news media around the country are full of propaganda to the effect that children who report abuse are just telling what they fantasized, or stories fed to them by adults. As for satanic or ritualistic abuse, many newspapers declare that it does not even exist, as the New York Village Voice did in a June 1990 article, which attacked "the great ritualistic abuse hoax."

A banner-headline story in the Chicago Tribune on May 17, 1991, "A Chilling tale of child abuse no one can prove," gave typical coverage of the debate over whether or not children are being abused by satanists:

"All nine children tell the same story, a grisly tale of being taken out of school and abused in a blue house. They name the same culprit, a school administrator who performs satanic rituals as part of his twisted routine. In the 14 months since the first child came forward, police say they have conducted 150 interviews and cannot substantiate the claims of the children, who range in age from 5 to 9. Prosecutor Stanley Levco is more blunt: He doesn't believe them, and he plans to publicly clear the accused.

But the children's enraged parents believe them. A once-skeptical psychologist also thinks they are telling the truth.

The stories of the Evansville Children reflect a recent, bizarre trend in child abuse cases across the country. As more children are encouraged to step forward and expose adults who hurt them, police are encountering more cases of child abuse accompanied by allegations of occult rituals."

Conspiracy of Silence video:



The Tribune cited Kenneth Lanning, the Federal Bureau of Investigation's expert on occult crime, on the virtual non-existence of ritualistic abuse. Lanning, who has publicized his opinion that "more people have been killed in the name of Jesus and Mohammed than in the name of Satan," said on this occasion, that there had "been only one criminal conviction stemming from charges of satanic ritual abuse in the U.S."

On April 28, 1991, the Omaha World Herald carried a story along these lines, titled "Satanism . . . Lots of Talk, Little Proof."

But Ted Gunderson, a 28-year FBI veteran, former special agent-in-charge of the Bureau's Los Angeles Field Division, speaks from his personal knowledge of one of the most infamous recent cases involving ritual abuse, the McMartin pre-school case in California. After a 33-month trial, and despite voluminous evidence against them, school operators Peggy McMartin Buckey and her son, Raymond Buckey, were exonerated in January 1990 on 52 counts of molesting the children in their care, while the jury failed to reach a verdict on thirteen other coutns agains Raymond Buckey.
In a May 25, 1990 interview with Executive Intelligence Review, Gunderson said, "In the McMartin case, for example, before any criminal charges were filed against anyone, 460 complaints were filed with the Manhattan Beach police. Are we to believe that 460 families fed their children the same story of ritualistic sexual abuse, animal sacrifices, etc.? He stressed that the crimes were reported in an affluent suburban area, where residents are typically skeptical about organized child abuse or satanic conspiracies.

Evidence from Gunderson's investigations has convinced him that tens of thousands of children or young people disappear from their homes each year, and that many are ritually sacrificed. One estimate, printed in Reader's Digest in July 1982, was that "approximately 100,000 children are unaccounted for" each year. That number sounds high, but nobody knows what the true figure is, because the FBI does not keep count. Gunderson observes:

"The FBI has an accurate count of the number of automobiles stolen every year. It knows the number of homicides, rapes, and robberies, but the FBI has no idea of the number of children who disappear every year. They simply do not ask for the statistics. Every month, every major police department in the United State files its uniform crime statistics with the FBI. It would be simple for the bureau to add one more column to the statistics and get a breakdown of every reported case of missing children - not to mention children who are kidnapped for ritualistic purposes, and, in some cases, murdered. I am convinced that the FBI does not ask for these statistics because they do not want to see them. They would be confronted with an instant public outcry for action, because the figures would show a major social problem. That problem would demand action."

The Franklin Credit Union Scandal, [read about it here], opens a window into the hideous world of child abuse, patronized and protected by powerful figures in politics and business.

National media interests in the case flickered in 1988, when the Franklin Community Federal Credit Union in Omaha, Nebraska, was raised by federal agencies and shut down. Franklin's manager was Lawrence E. (Larry) King, Jr., then 44, a rising star in state and national Republican circles, an officer of the National Black Republican Council. King sang the national anthem at the GOP national conventions in 1984 and 1988. Nearly $40 million was missing from the coffers of the small, ostensibly community oriented credit union. The financial scandal turned into something more, when it became known that children from Omaha and its surrounding said they had been flown from city to city, to be abused at parties held by Franklin's officers and well-known Nebraskans, including nationally prominent Republican Party activists. "A Lurid Mysterious Scandal Begins Taking Shape in Omaha," headlined the New York Times.

Three years later, people living outside eastern Nebraska are unlikely to be aware of the Franklin scandal, and those in the region have been told that case is closed. Larry King is serving his jail term for misappropriation of funds, after a guilty plea. Law enforcement at the local, state and federal level said there was no evidence of drug-peddling, organized child abuse, or satanic activity by King. The allegations of child abuse were "a carefully crafted hoax," according to one of the two grand juries that examined the affair. A chief witness, Owen, stands convicted of perjury.

The day after Alisha Owen's conviction, 3,000 Nebraskans responded to a local radio station's poll; 94% of them said they believed that she had been railroaded and that there was a cover-up.

What the public suspects, the careful investigator of the Franklin case confronts face to face. This case is far from closed.


In former Nebraska state senator John DeCamp's book The Franklin Cover-Up, he says, "I will describe events in which I personally was involved. Most of these have never been made public, and it has pained me tremendously at times, when I knew that the Omaha World-Herald was saying something false or distorting a fact, that I had no forum or no legal right to respond, because I had to protect a client or honor a legal privilege.

As an attorney, furthermore, I have some specialization in cases of allegations by youngsters against adults in the area of child abuse. It has been my policy and belief, as it is now, that there is nothing worse than child abuse, with the possible exception of falsely accusing people of child abuse. I have overturned two felony charges against individuals in rural Nebraska, who were charged with abusing their daughters, based on allegations from the daughters. I was convinced the girls were not telling the truth. I successfully proved this in both cases, and the girls broke down and told the whole story as to why they had lied.

In addition, I am the lawyer for the National Child Abuse Defense and Resource Center of Nebraska, which fights against false accusations of child abuse, and is made up of adults who have been falsely accused of child abuse.

By contrast with these cases of fantasy, I can say without reservation that in one Franklin-related instance after another, there was sufficient evidence and corroboration available for anyone seeking it, to back up the victims' tales.
 
My own recollections and considered judgements are just a fraction of the huge record of the Franklin case.

The files of the Legislature's main investigator, the late Gary Caradori, testify to the mass of leads law enforcement would not pursue. Documentary evidence presented in this book, never before made public, makes it possible to contrast the assurances of local and state officials that there was little or no Franklin-related abuse, with what those agencies had in their own files.

I believe that the record must get out into the open, to the extent possible, and that the public has to share the information. Otherwise, truth becomes whatever those who control the institutions of government, and the press, say it is.

The shocking treatment of Alisha Owen and Paul Bonacci by the courts in Nebraska is one give-away, of what a high stake has been wagered on suppressing the Franklin scandal. Members of the state Senate and investigators who sought to discover the truth of the matter, found that out earlier on , in a personal, violent manner.

From his book:

Loretta told Officer Carmean from the Omaha Police Department, that she "began participating in what she termed devil worship with other juveniles and adults. She states that she was approximately 10 1/2 or 11 years old when she started attending these rituals,"...



...With regard to Larry King, she stated that she knows that he supports devil worship activities..."KING holds various drug and sex parties there.

...the men at the party made them sleep around and that the girls did not have a choice of who they slept with...

"On one occasion she threatened to tell her mother that the men were having sex with her and that they knew she was only nine but the men indicated that they would kill anyone who told about the activities... she was ten years old....one of the individuals told the girls that the room was going to spin for a while and it did and she realized later that it was drugs that the men had given them.

...eight months later she was taken to a building in Omaha where...she was locked in a room with a little girl which she [Loretta] described as a Caucasian infant. At about midnight, they took the little girl away from her and told her that she could achieve power by killing something that she really loved. Loretta described that they then cut the little girl's head off, stuck it on the wall and made her sit in front of it. Loretta indicated later she had to take the head off the wall and that the men held her down while they cut the eyes out of the little girl's head. ..She could hear the men whipping and beating the girl...

...the next time that she saw the men, she [Loretta] identified two of the men as Larry King.

After one such party, another girl called OPD and reported that she was raped and tried to press charges...

At another meeting Loretta indicated devil worshipping was practiced and that another small boy was sacrificed....she could hear the little boy screaming...the child was fried and eaten by the girls. Loretta indicated she refused to take part in this so that the men beat her for two days.

...Loretta indicated the men told her and the other girls that they must sacrifice for power and described three incidents where further sacrifices took place. The first a one-year old white female had her head taken off by a saw, the second a four-year old white male was hung on the wall and darts thrown at him and the third an Indian female, three or four years old, had several parts of her body cut off after which it was ground and poured on the girls and they also were made to drink the remains of the child...

August 21, 1998, Loretta indicated the third, fourth, and fifth sacrifices took place during the spring of 1985 when she was eleven and that the parties that were at these sacrifices were Mr. Finch, King Horses, and the big buy she referred to earlier.

...Loretta indicated that the men would try to scare the girls by having them watch as animals were mutilated and also the men would threaten them by saying that instead of killing them that they would just cut off parts of bodies and torture the girls and make them suffer.

Asked to provide details relative to the first sacrifice of the infant girl, Loretta indicated that at first she didn't cry and after this the men cut the eyes out of the girl. Loretta indicated that she freaked out, was screaming and hitting the walls . . . she said the cult members were wearing what she described as clothes which had upside-down crosses on gold rings shaped like a skeleton head. . .

To the expert eye of Foster Care Review Board Executive Director Carol Stitt, when she received the reports from Loretta's caseworkers, the girl's testimony appeared highly credible. Stitt explained before the state Legislature's Executive Board, on December 19, 1988, "One of the things that you want to keep in mind, as horrifying as this is when you review it, this girl is very concrete about who was present at these homicides, what was happening, dates, she gave a lot of specific information and in working with children one of the ways you know this is not a global fantasy is the more details they give you."

The information given to hospital staff and to the Omaha police by Loretta Smith overlapped and corroborated what was already in the hands of authorities from the children from the Webb household, and from Margo Georgiu and their daughter. From three separate cases, involving pornography, child abuse, and ritual murder, children's testimony and other evidence converged on Larry King.

Nelly also accompanied Mr. and Mrs. King and trips to Chicago, N.Y., and Washington D.C. She missed twenty-two days of school almost totally due to these trips. Last year she met V.P. George Bush and saw him again at one of the parties Larry gave while on a Washington, D.C., trip. Nelly said she has seen sodomy committed at those parties. At other parties during Larry's trips, Larry had local prostitutes (in their 20's & 30's) there to entertain his male guests. . .
This was not the last time that the name of George Bush (Sr.) would surface in the Franklin affair.

To be updated with more details soon. Posted October 18th.


Citizens Committee for a Restructured Government works towards a new investigation and bring to the public the information that has been covered up, and to expose how deep the abuse of children within our society and the collaboration of government officials and other prominent people.

As Senator John DeCamp says, "There is nothing worse than child abuse, with the possible exception of falsely accusing people of child abuse."

We could not agree more. All child abusers
will be punished to the fullest extent imaginable. Your status and prestige is no excuse and will not exonerate your crimes, if there is proof.

And we have every intention to bring forth the evidence to convict you beyond a reasonable doubt.


Watch Conspiracy of Silence (film on the Franklin Cover-Up that was supposed to air on the Discovery Channel, but was pulled at the last minute by interests in Washington D.C., as copies were ordered destroyed)

Read reviews and order The Franklin Cover-Up by Nebraska Senator and Lawyer John DeCamp.

Pre-order The Franklin Scandal, book coming out in late 2008, with startling new revelations.


Important People in the Franklin Case:


Gary Caradori
Hired as lead Investigator for the prosecution in the Franklin Case.
Recorded and video-taped several Franklin abuse victims.
Coming back from a trip in Chicago, with his 8 year old son Andrew, Gary's plane went don't in Aurora, Illinois, crashing, killing both his son and himself. The crash came while Caradori was in the middle of his investigation into the Franklin Case.


Russell (Rusty) E. Nelson
Former personal photographer to Lawrence (Larry) King.
Said to have given photos to Gary Caradori in Chicago, before his fateful trip back to Omaha with his son.
Recently arrested on registration charges .


Troy Boner
Interviewed in 1989 by Gary Caradori.
In 1990 he (as well as James Daniel King) recanted his recantation, even though he told 8 others he had told Caradori the truth.
In 2003 he showed up a New Mexico Mental Hospital, he was sedated, the next morning he was found dead.


Paul Bonacci

Testified and named men in front of the Franklin Jury who sexually and physically abused him in the Omaha area and beyond.
Charged with perjury after testifying he had been abused.
In 1999 won a $1 million law-suit against Larry King with the help of John DeCamp.
Is now a Christian and continues to fight for justice.


 

Lawrence (Larry) E. King

Was quoted at one time as "Being the fastest rising Republican star in the nation."
Sang the National Anthem at the 1984 and 1988 GOP Convention.
Managed the Franklin Credit Union Bank in Omaha, Nebraska.
Sentenced to 15 years in prison on charges of defrauding, served 10 years, and released in 2001.


 

Alisha Owen

Testified and named men in front of the Franklin Jury who sexually and physically abused her in the Omaha area and beyond.
Charged and Indicted on 8 counts of perjury after testifying before the Franklin Jury


More Key Players in Understanding the Franklin Case

Timeline of Franklin Related Events

Audio & Video Interviews

Eighteen page overview of the Franklin Case



The Mystery of the Carefully Crafted Hoax; Buy on Amazon.
 

On July 23rd, 1990, after hearing many hours of testimony a Douglas County Grand Jury issued an unusual and unprecedented report throwing out all of the allegations of sexual child abuse connected with the "Franklin Case" and labeling them a "carefully crafted hoax." Two of the victim/witnesses were indicted for Perjury on the basis of their testimony before the Grand Jury. Two other victim/witnesses, both of whom had previously detailed accounts of involvement with known pedophiles in the area, recanted their testimony, Many residents of the Omaha and Nebraska felt that the Grand Jury report was the closing of a very painful and turbulent chapter in the city's history. But the Franklin Case did not begin with the closing of the Credit Union in November of 1988. Nor did it end with the Grand Jury Report in July of 1990. Many events transpired before and after these dates. These facts are the subject matter of this report, whose purpose is to help unravel the "Mystery of the Carefully Crafter Hoax."

 


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More on the Existence Ritual Abuse:

A recent review of the empirical evidence of ritual abuse is included in a book by Noblitt and Perskin (Cult and Ritual Abuse, 2000, Chapter 6). One national survey of 2709 clinical psychologists showed that 30% claimed to have seen at least one case of "ritualistic or religion-based abuse" and 93% of these psychologists believed the harm actually occurred (Goodman, Qin, Bottoms, & Shaver, 1994). Noblitt reports that, "In a survey of the membership of the International Society for the Study of Multiple Personality and Dissociation, [Nancy] Perry concluded that 88% of 1185 respondents reported belief in ritual abuse, involving mind control and programming" (Paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Fort Worth, Texas, March 18, 1998, adapted from Noblitt, 1998; Accessing Dissociated Mental States, referring to Perrys findings published in the International Society for the Study of Multiple Personality and Dissociation Newsletter, 1992, p. 4).

The American Psychiatric Press published a text in 1997 explaining the importance of correct assessment and treatment of ritualistic abuse survivors (The Dilemma of Ritual Abuse: Cautions and Guides for Therapists, edited by Fraser).

A ritual abuse search on Amazon.com of books on August 8, 2003 found 36 books on treating survivors, self-help for survivors, and supporting the existence of ritual abuse. This list is posted on this web-site on the page, "Books and videotapes on ritual abuse (including Brice Taylor Trust Materials)".

September 4, 2002, United States Marshals in Oregon arrested Russell Smith, accused child rapist and self-proclaimed Satanist. He was wanted by the Prince William County Police Department in Virginia for rape and sodomy of a child. According to authorities, Smith convinced a young girl to become involved in satanic rituals, and part of those rituals involved having sex with her (http://www2.amw.com/amw.html). Police found in his basement a goats skull with a pentagram drawn on it, black robes, girls' underwear, and ceremonial candles. His license plate read 100P666". Smith was profiled on "America's Most Wanted on 8-31-02. The broadcast led to his arrest. Due to these allegations, the Satanic group he founded as Rev. Sorath, Order of Perdition, has excommunicated him (Washington Post, 8-27-02, p. B03, 8-30-02, p. B01).

Numerous court decisions (criminal, family, juvenile, and civil) have been based on findings of ritual abuse. One list is archived, periodically updated, and published on the world-wide web by "Karen Curio Jones" (http://www.newsmakingnews.com/karencuriojonesarchive.htm). In August, 2002, 65 cases were presented in this archive. For example, on February 27, 1999, the Honorable Warren K. Urbom, Senior United States District Judge, Omaha, Nebraska, awarded a million dollar civil judgement to Paul Bonacci based on sexual abuse (including pornography and orgies) and false imprisonment of Bonacci as a child, in the infamous Franklin ritual cult/sex/drug ring case. This case is discussed in depth in John De Camps 1994 book, "The Franklin Cover-Up", and on the internet at: http://www.iahf.com/other/20001202a.html.
The post-trial geological survey under the McMartin preschool's foundation yielded convincing corroboration of the children's reports of being taken through underground tunnels ("The Dark Tunnels of McMartin", Summit, R.C., http://www.geocities.com/kidhistory/mcmartin.htm )

A good deal more information on ritual abuse would be available if it were not for the secrecy preserved by the underground groups that commit such abuse, the profound dissociative responses and fear of disclosure among its victims (Fraser; 1997b; Young & Young, 1997), and the sophisticated use of mind control by some abuser groups. Proponents of the position that memories of ritual abuse are false or grossly exaggerated, e.g., the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, claim therapists lead clients to believe they were ritually abused and have had considerable influence on the media and a considerable presence in the courts. Thus, psychotherapists treating victims of these abuses are often guarded about divulging this clinical data, sharing their findings with their colleagues, or worse, they discount the reports of their clients, resulting in further suppression of this information (Brown, Scheflin, & Hammond, 1998; Coons, 1997; Whitfield, Silberg, & Fink, 2002; Young & Young, 1997).

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