("Quid coniuratio est?")
[CN Editor -- I cannot vouch for the accuracy of all of the following. It may or may not be true, I just don't know.]
[The following is a transcript of a recorded phone message put out by a group in Chicago called "Citizens' Committee to Clean Up the Courts [CCCC]." (312) 731-1100 and (312) 731-1505.]
Hi! Sherman Skolnick, Citizens' Committee to Clean Up the Courts, 9800 South Oglesby.
He knows a lot about U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, who used to be a state prosecutor in southern Florida. He is attorney Jack Thompson of the Miami area.
...But the fact is that Janet Reno is being blackmailed by people within the administration and by organized crime interests who are involved in money laundering -- that from Michael Morrison, editor of the Wall Street Journal.
And Ross Perot, for example, is surveilling her apartment in Washington, gathering information on her personal life...
For what purpose, do you suppose?
I believe, to blow the Clinton administration out of the water.
You think the Wall Street Journal knows about this, but hasn't published much, huh?
That's correct. Their editor told me that.
I think the sitting on the information that's known by people in the news media about Janet Reno is despicable.
I was Reno's opponent, Republican opponent, in the general election in 1988 for the office of Dade County state attorney.
So you know a little bit about her! [laughs]
I know more about her than the editors of the Miami Herald know about her. And indeed, I wanted to testify, as did Miami police chief Ken Hars(?). Of all the people that should have been allowed to testify at her confirmation hearings, he should have, and I should have. Because what we know about her alcoholism, her use of call girls for sex...
What, she's a lesbian you mean?
Yes. I would sign an affidavit as to what -- and have -- as to what I know. And indeed, [I] wanted to, under oath, give the names of call girls and other women with whom she's had sex! Here in Dade County, and around the country!
She was very weak on drug cases for the 15 years that she was a state prosecutor down there.
She was weak on every case, except when it came to bringing charges against police officers for purported abuses of their power.
But clearly, when you have an editor of the Wall Street Journal tell you -- that is, me -- that they know that Janet Reno is being blackmailed by certain individuals within the Clinton administration and by organized crime, that's a rather heady charge! And they have information that they feel can prove that -- and as do certain Members of Congress.
She's a lesbian who wants to remain "in the closet", she's a lesbian who criminally uses call girls to satisfy her desires, and she's a person who has a severe alcohol abuse problem -- even so severe that people within her office stated (when she was working here as state attorney in Dade County) that she would attempt to discharge her duties during daylight hours while drunk in the office.
They make a blackmail issue out of her drunkeness and her sexuality, in other words?
They have videotapes of her, engaged in sex acts with call girls.
She's had numerous DUI [Driving Under the Influence (of alcohol, presumably)] incidents that she has used her position here in south Florida to cover up by pulling rank on police officers and police departments to cover up those incidents -- that was squashed by both Republicans and Democrats during the confirmation process.
(We're talking with Jack Thompson, an attorney in the Miami area, regarding U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno.)
Do you think that those that are in the dope trade and organized crime know this and are using it even now against her?
Oh there's no question. Because it would, of course, end her tenure as Attorney General were this to be known: that she's a drunk and a prostitute-using lesbian. I think the Clintons wanted a dirty cop on the beat whose chain they could yank in order to keep her in line on Whitewater or any other matter that might come down the pike!
Well the House, according to Speaker Gingrich, is going to have full-blown, far-ranging hearings on Waco. That's a fair opportunity for me and others to point out, for example, that Janet Reno was probably drunk when she made the decision to make the incursion into the Mount Carmel compound.
I called a press conference to announce the information, including sources independent of me that could corroborate her lesbianism, her use of call girls, and her alcoholism.
And what happened?
The press conference was attended by every media entity in south Florida -- seventeen-, eighteen-some entities. Guess what? The story was completely spiked.
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