Saturday, February 19, 2005

GOP pedophile and male prostitution ring?

According to Wayne Madsen of Online Journal, 'Gannongate' threatens to expose a huge GOP pedophile and male prostitution ring.

Jeff Gannon reports for a news service which is a 'front operation for conservative Republicans'. Gannons real name is reportedly James D. Guckert.

Allegedly James D. Guckert ran gay porn sites, one with a U.S. Marine Corps theme that solicited males for prostitution.

White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan said he did not realize Gannon was using an alias until recently.

In Nebraska in 1989, Lawrence King, a rising star in the GOP, was reportedly discovered to be a kingpin, along with top Republicans, in a child prostitution and pedophilia scandal.

The scandal, investigated by Nebraska State Senator Loran Schmit, his assistant John DeCamp , State Senate Committee investigator Gary Caradori, and former CIA Director William Colby, 'reached the very top echelons of the George H. W. Bush administration and GOP'.

'Child prostitutes from Boys Town and other orphanages in Nebraska as well as children procured from China were reportedly flown to Washington for sexcapades with Republican politicians.'

Caradori and his young son were killed in a suspicious plane crash in Illinois in 1990.

Colby was found floating dead in the Chesapeake Bay, near his home, in 1996.

Craig Spence, a GOP lobbyist implicated in the scandal, allegedly committed suicide in 1989.

Witnesses, many of whom were abused themselves, 'were intimidated and subsequently jailed in Nebraska' and the investigation of the pedophile scandal eventually collapsed.

'Last year, a senior source on the Washington Times editorial staff (the same paper that broke the GOP pedophile scandal in 1989) linked White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove to gay activities involving top Republican political strategists in Washington, DC.'

Gannon (Guckert) has been a major player in GOP and fundamentalist Christian politics in Washington and around the country.

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