("Quid coniuratio est?")
INTERVIEW WITH SHERMAN SKOLNICK -- MAY 17, 1995
On May 17, 1995, I interviewed, by telephone, Mr. Sherman Skolnick of the Citizens' Committee to Clean-up the Courts [CCCC]. The following is my summary of that interview.
I neither necessarily agree nor disagree with either all or portions of the following. I invite any persons directly involved to send any rebuttals to firstname.lastname@example.org -- I am willing to distribute said rebuttals, provided they are of reasonable length.
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So how could he send a subpoena after you? All you did was interview somebody.
He hung up before I could ask that! Subpoena me for what!? You know what I mean? [laughs]
I asked him straight out: Do you know anything about the spying in the White House?
And he kept asking me my phone number. And he went around and around and around with that. And although I told him my name, several times, he pretended (he's pretty clever) like he couldn't get my name! [laughs] I mean, ya know what I mean? [laughs]
Then he says he really wants his lawyer. I says, "No, I just want to know: What do you have to say in response to Debra von Trapp's statement?"
And by the way, a 16-year-old computer hacker is the one that fished out Goetzman's unlisted number for me! [laughs]
Well this person, his name, it wouldn't have been "Xxxxxxx"? Naw, I guess...
Yeah, yeah! That's him!
He's called me about 10 times. He's a nice fellow.
This stuff that you've been sayin' about Wes Thomas and Goetzman...
I've been talking to these people, and I -- despite all the things that have happened -- I think that Debra von Trapp's story is substantially correct.
Yeah, I think so too. I can't really prove it, but just my sense is that it...
The Chicago Tribune, in a recent Sunday edition, printed a denial of the Japanese bombing.
Yeah, my dad cut that out. It was, like, on the front page.
When the Tribune is forced, without investigating it, to make a blanket denial on the front page, you know that there's somethin' there.
I encourage distribution of "Conspiracy Nation."
Coming to you from Illinois -- "The Land of Skolnick"