O.J. SIMPSON AND THE CIVIL VERDICT
By Sherman H. Skolnick
O.J. Simpson lost the civil trial -- the reasons are simple but
heavy. He could not tell the truth for fear his entire family
would be wiped out.
ITEM: OJ has to shut his mouth about the mobsters controlling
super-stars like him and their crooked arrangements with the mass
media. OJ's gangster business partner, also in dope, was
murdered during the criminal trial. Only the newspapers in
Buffalo, New York -- where OJ is from -- talked about it.
ITEM: OJ's business confidants confirmed to us that he told them
months before the double murders that his ex-wife Nicole and her
crony Ron were big in dope dealing. OJ said it endangered the
rest of his family and his businesses, AND HE HAD TO STOP THEM.
ITEM: Ron Goldman was part of a homosexual gang distributing
dope, on credit, to celebrities and fancy people, through fancy
restaurants like where he worked. His sidekick, also a waiter,
Michael Nigg, was murdered three weeks before the criminal
verdict in October, 1995.
AND: The courtroom bailiff during that first trial was
likewise murdered. HE KNEW TOO MUCH. Each evening the bailiff
had custody of the juror's notebooks. AND: During that first
trial, a nosey mass media reporter was knocked off (Robin Clark,
covering the first trial for the Philadelphia Inquirer.)
ITEM: The Drug Enforcement police had an undercover team
tracking Ron Goldman. They also witnessed reportedly the blood
bath, the double murders -- their "see in the dark" video (called
extreme low lux video) shows three or four hispanics or orientals
did the double butcher job.
Also, because of jealousy, OJ had private detectives tracking
Nicole -- they reportedly also witnessed the bloody horror and
informed OJ who came on the scene AFTER THE MURDERS. Hence his
shoe print there as well as some of the blood on him.
A witness prepared to testify about this was clapped away by
The highly corrupt narcs and the private dicks did not lift a
finger to stop the bloodshed they were reportedly witnessing.
They knew better than to mix in.
ITEM: The OJ affair revolves around the bloody turf war -- such
as in California -- between two major dope operations, the
Herreras of Mexico and the Japanese mafia, the Yakuza. Both
gangs are tight with the American CIA raising money for espionage
operations through flooding the U.S. with dope.
From the bitter divorce, Nicole got most of OJ's fast food
stores and brought in crooked police brass as silent partners.
These stores reportedly laundered dope loot through California
banks, most of them owned by the Yakuza -- such as Bank of
America, Wells Fargo, and Household International and their
units, Household Bank.
In the first trial, Criminal Court Judge Lance Ito knew all
about this. His wife, Margaret York, is an L.A. Police Captain
in charge of investigating police corruption. AND: Judge Ito
reportedly has Heidi Fleiss's secret records that could be used
to blackmail top officials, celebrities, and such. She was the
convicted head of the call girl rackets tied to some of Nicole's
ITEM: Some of the L.A. detectives in the OJ case are the same
ones who covered up the political assassination in 1968 of Robert
Kennedy, brother of the slain President John F. Kennedy.
ITEM: Some of OJ's lawyers are reportedly tight with known major
ITEM: Was it a mere coincidence that a so-called "disgruntled"
person slaughtered employees in the L.A. Police laboratory? In
the first trial, did one of the jurors get herself removed
because she had a relative in that police laboratory and was
THE BOTTOM LINE: President Clinton knows plenty about the CIA
and this dope traffic, going back to the time he was Governor.
Unwinding the truth in the O.J. Simpson matter would put in jail
the President, top narcs, judges, prosecutors, police brass, and
radio, TV, and print media bigshots, along with bankers such as
Wells Fargo, tight with Clinton.
(Major owners of Wells Fargo, which in turn is a major owner
of Household International, include the Yakuza and business
blowhard Warren Buffet. And Buffet is a major owner of Disney,
that owns ABC News, and he is a major owner of the Washington
Post, Coca-Cola Company, and major Wall Street bond houses.)
IF O.J. SIMPSON TOLD THE TRUTH, NO DOUBT HIS WHOLE FAMILY WOULD
BE WIPED OUT, including children from his two ex-wives. If you
were in his position could *you* tell the world the truth about
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Mr. Skolnick, since 1963, has been founder/chairman of a
public-interest group, CITIZENS' COMMITTEE TO CLEAN UP THE
COURTS, researching and disclosing certain instances of judicial
corruption and political murders. Since 1971, as editor of
updates of the group's work, called HOTLINE NEWS, a 5-minute
recorded phone message, changed several times per week -- a
regular phone call -- (773) 731-1100. Since 1991, a regular
participant, now moderator, of a popular, public access cable TV
program, called "Broadsides", in Chicago and suburbs -- on most
every Monday evening in Chicago, on Channel 21 cable, 9 p.m.,
available to some 400,000 households. His comments appear on
Internet on several websites; archives of his stories can be
pulled up and printed out. Also, on Internet, his stories appear
on some five categories of news groups, such as alt.conspiracy
and alt.activism. (See also https://www.shout.net/~bigred/cn.html
and see also ftp.shout.net pub/users/bigred) Office (8 a.m. to
midnight, 7 days): (773) 375-5741. 9800 So. Oglesby Avenue,
Chicago, IL 60617-4870. Call before sending FAX.
A few highlights of the group's work: Caused the biggest bribery
scandal in U.S. history, the collapse of the Illinois Supreme
Court, 1969. Investigation of the sabotaged Watergate plane
crash, 1972-73. 12 Watergate figures perished including Mrs. E.
Howard Hunt, wife of the Watergate burglar. One of the first to
comment on the Vice President Spiro Agnew bribery mess, resulting
in his downfall, 1973. Investigation and disclosure causing the
jailing for bribery of the highest level sitting federal judge in
American history, Chicago Federal Appeals Judge Otto Kerner, Jr.,
1973. Touching off "Operation Greylord," in which 20 local
judges and 40 lawyers jailed for bribery, 1983-1993.