Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 6 Num. 44 ====================================== ("Quid coniuratio est?")
MESSAGE FROM CITIZENS' COMMITTEE TO CLEAN UP THE COURTS
Hi! Sherman Skolnick, Citizens' Committee to Clean Up the Courts, 9800 S. Oglesby Ave [Chicago, IL 60617].
Businessmen who know O.J. Simpson say the following happened: Months before the double murder, O.J. complained to them that he found out his ex-wife Nicole and her friend, Ron Goldman, were dealing dope with the help of police brass, using businesses once owned by O.J. And, O.J. told Nicole and Ron to stop doing that because it was endangering his family and other businesses. Unless they quit, O.J. said, he would have to stop them.
An undercover drug enforcement team reportedly witnessed the double murder and got it on see-in-the-dark video. Also witnesses, reportedly, were O.J.'s detectives keeping track of Nicole and Ron.
Were the butcher jobs the result of matters getting out of hand? O.J., Nicole, and Ron reportedly got in the middle of a violent turf war in California between the Herrera dope gang of Mexico -- tight with the CIA -- and the Japanese mafia, the Yakuza.
Secret DEA files reportedly detail the double murder and that a dope "hit team" was involved: 3 or 4 Hispanics or Orientals. These DEA documents and video were reportedly examined by L.A. Police Captain Margaret York, who had been in charge of investigating police corruption -- particularly police brass implicated with Nicole and Ron. And who is Captain York? Why she is the wife of O.J. trial judge Lance Ito.
And look who has been murdered during the O.J. trial! Why, Judge Ito's courtroom bailiff was murdered; and Ron's close pal, Michael Nigg; and, a trial reporter from Philadelphia -- all three knew too much. They were "snuffed out" because they apparently had inside details that could send to prison the judge, his wife, the district attorney, and some of O.J.'s defense team.
This is one of the biggest scandals of the 20th century.
Call up the newsfakers and tell them to stop kidding us.
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