[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.
One of the most forbidden subjects: the blackmail industry.
Item: In grocery stores is where you most often can buy scandal
magazines. They offer to pay big bucks for incriminating
pictures of celebrities and public officials. They don't always
publish the material they buy! Sometimes they reportedly make a
big profit by extortion, by selling the stuff to the target.
Sort of an expensive cover-up.
One such rag is offering $1 million supposedly for a video
showing Bill Clinton and Dan Lasater, his [Clinton's]
dope-smuggling bond broker pal, both snorting cocaine from an ash
tray. A former Arkansas state trooper apparently has the video.
Lasater's testimony about the dope smuggling through the Arkansas
airport and such could put Clinton in prison.
All of the scandal magazines suppressing the video could cost
Clinton's pals $10 million.
Item: Several years ago, channel 2 TV, CBS's outlet in Chicago,
was shaking down the Dominicks food store chain for big bucks
advertising contracts. Dominicks hesitated. So channel 2 ran a
story that in one of their many stores was found a package of
mis-marked meat. At the time, Dominicks was reportedly owned or
linked to reputed gangsters in Cleveland. They know how to
counter muscle with their *own* tactics. A channel 2 employee
was found early one morning near the radio-tv facilities, shot in
the stomach -- an unsolved crime. Before an open war broke out
between channel 2 and the food chain, Dominicks gave in and
signed the ad contract.
(Early in the 20th century was published about the only book
on the press shaking down reluctant advertisers: it's George
Seldes' book, *Tell The Truth and Run*. You will look a long
time for a copy.)
We brought you the exclusive details about Dominicks.
Item: The so-called independent Whitewater counsel, Kenneth
Starr, has certain cronies acting as go-betweens: sucking up
incriminating data, not for the federal grand jury, but to
blackmail certain major businesses headquartered in Arkansas --
reputed criminal operations, such as Tyson Chickens and Wal-Mart.
Those two, and 16-some other major businesses there are
reportedly funded by dope loot.
Item: Top drug-enforcement officials, rotten to the core, are
reportedly shaking down a gambling casino in Joliet, just south
of Chicago. The riverboat facility is reportedly a major money
laundry for funds from selling "China White" -- high-purity
heroin. The Chicago area is the smuggling entry point for the
whole United States. Implicated in this dirty business is former
chief federal prosecutor and former Illinois governor Jim
Thompson, who *has* been a director of the Chicago Sun-Times
[newspaper]. A director of the casino is reportedly a crony of
Chicago mayor Richie Daley, himself a crooked former state
Item: The major newspapers use unpublished, incriminating data
to help their business! Some years ago, the Chicago Tribune
blackmailed Chancery Division judge Anthony Scatillo(sp?) to get
an injunction muzzling the Tribune's unionized press workers then
on strike. From inside data the Tribune knew the judge took
bribes and should have been sent to jail in Operation Greylord.
*But*, Judge Scatillo was allowed to quietly resign.
Item: The highly corrupt IRS uses blackmail to be sure the press
runs items favoring the tax collectors. For example, the IRS did
nothing about data that channel 2 officials in Chicago over a
period of 20 years embezzled some $40 million from CBS network.
Using such data, the IRS sleeps with the corrupt mass media.
Just another story suppressed by the liars and whores of the
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