Wednesday, November 30, 2011

An online documentary that will knock you off your feet: The Franklin CoverUp: Conspiracy of Silence

Now that we are hearing of the abuse of children by Jerry Sandusky of Penn State and of another coach, Bernie Fine, at Syracuse University -- and, of course, the Catholic priests' abuse of children, it may finally be time for Americans to wake up to perversions they have not been aware of -- in high places in our country.  It is now coming out that Sandusky was not only abusing young boys himself, but was also pimping them out to important people. (See story below*).  I first heard of this kind of perversion in high political places, back in the 1990s.  I was told about a documentary that was ready to be aired on the Discovery Channel in 1994, but was suddenly pulled -- and not allowed to air.  The reason?  The rights to the documentary were purchased by unknown people who ordered all copies destroyed.  However, a copy was surreptitiously given to former Nebraska state senator John DeCamp, who shared it with the retired head of the Los Angeles division of the FBI, Ted Gunderson.  These men investigated the story thoroughly -- and, after conclusively discovering the allegations to be true, have made the documentary available to the public. Both of these men have had their lives threatened numerous times since revealing the conclusions of their investigation.  Ted Gunderson recently died.  He was a good man, whom I have had the privilege of meeting and talking with. His reputation as a many-years FBI department head is golden.  Having met and gauging him for myself, I can personally vouch for his sincerity and honesty.  He had learned much during his years of FBI service and in the years after his retirement, and his main motivation in life was to get truth out to the public.

I warn you, this is not an easy film to watch--or believe--because of the terrible allegations (even the up-to-now revered Boys Town is included in the coverup).  But would you have believed the allegations about Sandusky or Fine -- or Catholic priests even a few years ago?  We are being given a fast education these days about the underbelly of our society, our religious field, our sports field, and our political field--and how absolute power corrupts absolutely.  If we close our eyes to it, we allow it to continue.  If you are interested in truth above all else, you have an opportunity now to evaluate for yourself a documentary that blows the cover off this god-awful Conspiracy of Silence.  You may be tempted to say "Hogwash!" and condemn it (who would WANT to believe our most cherished institutions and trusted leaders could be capable of things like this?), but please watch and decide for yourself whether those people interviewed in the documentary are telling the truth.  Much truth has been concealed from "We, the People" -- and it's time we learned about it and started taking our country back from the con men who have stolen it from us. It's my belief that an informed public is an empowered public.  Isn't it better to know than to be kept ignorant of what is going on in our world?  How can we combat these evils if we don't know about them?
Conspiracy of Silence, a documentary listed for viewing in TV Guide Magazine was to be aired on the Discovery Channel, on May 3, 1994. This documentary exposed a network of religious leaders and Washington politicians who flew children to Washington D.C. for sex orgies. Many children suffered the indignity of wearing nothing but their underwear and a number displayed on a piece of cardboard hanging from their necks when being auctioned off to foreigners in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Toronto, Canada.

At the last minute before airing, unknown congressmen threatened the TV Cable industry with restrictive legislation if this documentary was aired. Almost immediately, the rights to the documentary were purchased by unknown persons who ordered all copies destroyed.

A copy of this videotape was furnished anonymously to former Nebraska state senator and attorney John De Camp who made it available to retired FBI Agent Ted L. Gunderson. While the video quality is not top grade, this tape is a blockbuster in what is revealed by its participants.  You can watch this documentary at:


In April, Pittsburgh radio host Mark Madden wrote a story revealing Penn State for much of the cover-up of Jerry Sandusky's alleged child rape that has been exposed in the past week. While it didn't raise many eyebrows back then, six months later it looks to be incredibly accurate.

On Thursday morning, just hours after legendary head coach Joe Paterno and university president Graham Spanier were fired by the school's board of trustees, Madden was asked on WEEI's The Dennis and Callahan Show what he believes the next piece of news will be.

What he said was twice as shocking as anything that's been released thus far.

"I can give you a rumor and I can give you something I think might happen," Madden told John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. "I hear there's a rumor that there will be a more shocking development from the Second Mile Foundation -- and hold on to your stomachs, boys, this is gross, I will use the only language I can -- that Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich donors. That was being investigated by two prominent columnists even as I speak."

After the news spread, Madden later explained via Twitter why he went public with the rumors.

"I normally abhor giving RUMORS credence," Madden wrote. "But whole Sandusky scandal started out as a RUMOR. It gets deeper and more disgusting all the time. One of state's top columnists investigating. That adds credence. I am NOT rumor's original source. [Why does] Sandusky deserve benefit of doubt?"

Madden also spoke more definitively on Dennis and Callahan to the cover-up efforts at the school and beyond that he expects will be made public soon.

"The other thing I think that may eventually become uncovered, and I talked about this in my original article back in April, is that I think they'll find out that Jerry Sandusky was told that he had to retire in exchange for a cover-up," Madden said. "If you look at the timeline, that makes perfect sense, doesn't it?

"My opinion is when Sandusky quit, everybody knew -- not just at Penn State," Madden added. "I think it was a very poorly kept secret about college football in general, and that is why he never coached in college football again and retired at the relatively young age of 55. [That's] young for a coach, certainly."