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Lawrence E. King, 'The Franklin Scandal', Omaha, Nebraska, 1989

  • aa Aquino, according to his official biography, circulated by the Temple, was a “Lieutenant Colonel, Military Intelligence, U.S. Army.”  "Paul Bonacci ... positively identified Aquino as an associate of King who was known to Bonacci and the rest of the children only as 'the Colonel.'  "King's former personal photographer, Rusty Nelson, has identified Aquino as the man to whom he saw King hand over a suitcase full of cash and bonds.

    "Rusty Nelson, has also said that he was told by King that Aquino was part of the Contra guns and cocaine trafficking operation run by George Bush and another notorious Lt. Col. named Oliver North.  "Aquino has also been linked to Offutt Air Force Base, a Strategic Air Command post near Omaha that was implicated in the investigation by the Franklin Committee...

    "Aquino was also claimed to have ordered the abduction of a Des Moines, Iowa paperboy..."In July 1988... the San Jose Mercury News ran a lengthy exposé on the Presidio Child Development Center run by the U.S. Army in San Francisco. Allegations of abuse being perpetrated at the center first emerged in November 1986. Alarmed by accusations made by her child, a parent had sought a medical examination that confirmed that her three-year-old boy had in fact been anally raped...

    "Within a year, at least sixty additional victims had been identified... Many of the children also spoke of having guns pointed at them and of being told that they and/or their parents and siblings would be killed if they told anyone what had been done to them...  "Five of the children had contracted chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease; many others showed clear signs of anal and genital trauma consistent with violent penetration...  "One mother complained to the San Francisco Chronicle that the FBI never interviewed her or her son, even after doctors had confirmed the boy’s abuse... 7thfire

  • Religious Movements Temple of Set, Michael Aquino
  • RumorMillNews "Many children from this daycare center entered therapy with Pamela Hudson LCSW, who later described her experiences with these traumatized children and her abrupt introduction into ritual abuse in her published overview describing several cases, as well as a chapter in the book, *Treating Survivors of Satanist Abuse*, edited by Valerie Sinason, 1994. The Presidio case is also briefly described in the *Journal of Orthopsychiatry* 62(2), April 1992. In 1987 charges were filed twice against Gary Hambright, one of the Presidio daycare staff. These charges were ultimately dismissed against Hambright due to many factors, including jurisdictional confusion (crimes appeared to take place on and off base, explained in the news article "Army of the Night"), the prosecutor choosing which kids were to testify (many of whom were deemed too young to qualify as witnesses, didn't have clear findings of molestation or who were describing rituals which made the attorney's uncomfortable), and some victim-witnesses being transferred to other Army bases. Some parents to this day don't understand why their kids who were older, who had clear findings of sexual molest and could identify their perpetrators, weren't called to testify. Gary Hambright reportedly died of AIDS a few years later. At that time, Michael Aquino was a Lt. Col. in the Army Reserves and a purported member of Army military intelligence. He has been and is the leader of his own satanic cult/"church", the Temple of Set, for 20 years which the Army was aware of. He was stationed at the Presidio Army Base in San Francisco and was investigated by the San Francisco police for child molest allegations in 1987. A _Newsweek_ article dated November 16, 1987 entitled, "The Second Beast of Revelation' Claims of Satanism and child molesting", is typical of just one of dozens of news articles describing the case as it made national and international news. Interestingly, Aquino's mother (who is now deceased) was noted to be a Temple of Set high priestess and the owner of a building rented to an organization that helped families find daycare. As described in appellate documents, SFPD dropped their investigation in August1988. In September 1988, after meeting with officials involved in the now closed SF investigation, the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the Army began investigating Aquino in multiple jurisdictions, including Mendocino and Sonoma Counties in Northern California. Their investigation also included alleged victims from the Jubilation Day Care Center/Fort Bragg (Orr Case) and elsewhere. The CID taped their interviews with the children and some of them identified Aquino from a video lineup of men dressed exactly like him. Some of these children who had described ritual molest, murder and cannibalism on videotape had testified against Charlotte Thrailkill and Daryl Ball during an 18-month preliminary hearing which ended approximately Sept. 1988 - (Case #14750-C Santa Rosa) The children said on CID videotapes that the people who hurt them were part of a "devil worship club." The parents held a news conference describing these allegations. The psychological trauma these children experienced was described in an article summarizing the results of the plea-bargain and sentencing of Ball/Thrailkill. Michael Aquino notes these are the allegations as I've framed them to be but he states there was no merit to them and the Army didn't believe them either. However, this portrayal of the Army's position is in stark contrast to their actual stated position as described in a transcript of the hearing on the motion to dismiss dated May 31, 1991. It is also a mystery as to why there is only one child listed in the alleged victim block of the report but the word "children" is used frequently throughout the documentation. The details of the Army Argument also gives more information about the case as well as the Army Exhibit list which includes the ordering information for these documents at the end of the page." back
  • BushBlowJob, "Unbelievable as it sounds, there is a fraternity at Yale established in 1832 called the Skull & Bones society. Many prominent Americans belong to it, including George Bush Jr. and Sr. Their membership is publicly acknowledged. You can even read about it in back issues of the Yale Alumni Magazine. You can find the many references with a google search using the skull bones search option. Even 60 Minutes did a documentary on it. For those unfamiliar with fraternity initiation rituals, the initiation rites of the Skull & Bones society are shocking. Even for those that are familiar, the rituals seem too bizarre to believe, especially in a fraternity for the upper crust. However, they even been filmed by secret infrared camera. You can even see a small clip from the ABC news video.  As did every member of the Yale Skull & Bones fraternity, Bush Jr. and Bush Sr.:  1. Publicly sold their souls to Satan. Bush Jr. may have considered it a joke, but it is still a sick joke. 2. Publicly mastur bated in a coffin in view of the other members of the fraternity. 3. Swore allegiance to Satan while touching a human skull. 4. Bowed before a man dressed as Satan. 5. Permitted a man to press a human femur (thigh bone) into his anu s. 6. Publicly confessed the entire catalog of his lifelong sexual fantasies. 7. Chanted the mantra: “The Hangman equals Death. The devil equals death. Death equals Death.” ~ George W. Bush  Lewis Alper, an Evangelical Christian, discusses the religious blasphemy of the initiation ceremony, and Bush's refusal, even late in life, after he was saved, to repudiate his pledge of allegiance to Satan.  This all seems utterly preposterous unless you lived in a frat house like I did and know something of how these rituals can evolve into further and further daring. Skull & Bones is definitely out there in right field, but it is not that much further out than what happened at UBC fraternities in the 60's — e.g. walking nake d with a marshmallow in the crack of the pledge's butt then having to eat it, or the limp biscuit, a circle jerk with the last guy to come having to eat the se men-covered biscuit." back
  • from blog post on Gannon, Franklin, After the Gannon story broke, and were redirected to a secure log-in site at Cupertino, California-based, which was registered to GKG.Net, which had a contact email in College Station, Texas, the home of Texas A&M University and the George H.W. Bush presidential library. had a secure log-in window but no subscription information. Experts who track illegal content on the web, including child pornography, report that such sites are common where log-in information is provided separately by regular mail so that the identities of subscribers cannot be easily tracked by online enrollment and entry of credit card information.  Gannongate is reminiscent of a huge political scandal that surfaced in Nebraska in 1989 when it was learned that Lawrence King, the head of Franklin Community Credit Union in Omaha and a rising African American star in the GOP (he sang the national anthem at George H. W. Bush's 1988 nominating convention in New Orleans), was a kingpin—along with top Republicans in Nebraska and Washington, DC, including George H. W. Bush—in a child prostitution and pedophilia scandal. King was later convicted and jailed for fraud but pedophile and prostitution charges were never brought against him and other Nebraska Republican businessmen and politicians.  The scandal, investigated by Nebraska State Senator Loran Schmit, his assistant John DeCamp (a former GOP state senator), State Senate Committee investigator Gary Caradori, and former CIA Director William Colby, reached the very top echelons of the George H. W. Bush administration and GOP. Child prostitutes from Boys Town and other orphanages in Nebraska as well as children procured from China were reportedly flown to Washington for sexcapades with Republican politicians. GOP lobbyist Craig Spence and a number of GOP officials in the administration and Congress were implicated in the scandal, including Labor Secretary Elizabeth Dole's liaison to the White House. Young male members of the military in Washington, DC, were particularly sought after by the prostitution ring. During the early 1980s, a number of naval officers were implicated in a child pornography ring that extended from Oregon to the San Francisco Bay area and to Chicago and Washington, DC. The story about that ring was covered up by then-Secretary of the Navy John Lehman.  The Nebraska pedophile scandal was similarly covered up on orders from the highest levels of power in the senior Bush White House. Caradori and his young son were killed in a suspicious plane crash in Illinois in 1990. Colby was found floating dead in the Chesapeake Bay, near his home, in 1996. Craig Spence allegedly committed suicide in 1989. Witnesses, many of whom were abused themselves, were intimidated and subsequently jailed in Nebraska and the investigation of the pedophile scandal eventually collapsed. The entire military aspect of the King-Spence scandal is now being repeated in Washington in Gannongate.  Last year, a senior source on the Washington Times editorial staff (the same paper that broke the GOP pedophile scandal in 1989) linked White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove to gay activities involving top Republican political strategists in Washington, DC. Gannon (Guckert) has been a major player in GOP and fundamentalist Christian politics in Washington and around the country. In 2004, "Jeff Gannon" was a featured speaker at a Capitol Hill Bible reading sponsored by anti-abortion Operation Rescue head Reverend Rob Schenk. In 1995, Schenk was the spokesman for the American Center for Law and Justice, an anti-abortion group funded by Pat Robertson. Schenk was also a major supporter of former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, who was removed from office for refusing to comply with a federal court order. Schenk, who attended prayer meetings at John Ashcroft's Capitol Hill apartment after Ashcroft came to Washington in 1994, established his Pentecostal National Community Church at the dilapidated Giddings School in a crime-ridden neighborhood in Southeast Washington. One of his congregants was Ashcroft. The Hill newspaper ran an article on July 30, 2003, about a controversy surrounding plans by the community development Eighth Street Main Streets Project to place park benches in a small triangular park at 8th and I Streets in Southeast Washington, opposite the U.S. Marine Corps Barracks. The paper reported that a "community activist" named Jeff Gannon vehemently opposed the park bench plan claiming it would attract "vagrants, alcoholics, and other 'problem personalities.'" The park is located just five blocks from the school where "reporter" Gannon's friend Schenk first located his Pentecostal church. Gannon hosted a web-based radio program called "Jeff Gannon's Washington," broadcast on his own web site,, and, a conservative GOP site whose registrant is based in Watsonville, California. Gannon's only journalism credentials were his attendance at a two-day seminar at the Leadership Institute's Broadcast School of Journalism in Arlington, Virginia. The head of the Leadership Institute is Morton Blackwell, a former Reagan administration official and a one-time head of the College Republicans, a post that Karl Rove also filled. Gannon seemed particularly interested in South Dakota politics. GOP Senate candidate John Thune appeared on Gannon's radio webcast program. On February 4, 2004, while being served softball questions by Gannon, Thune called Daschle an "obstructionist and antagonist to President Bush."