Thursday, May 26, 2005

New leads in Johnny Gosch case

Iowa's news channel KWWL, 25 May2005, reports new leads in the case of the paperboy Johnny Gosch who disappeared in the West Des Moines area 1982.

A private investigator and former police detective, James Rothstein, believes Johnny was kidnapped as part of a government conspiracy. Rothstein shared new evidence with KWWL. The evidence includes a recorded phone call that has never been heard publicly, until now.

Rothstein has spoken with a former CIA agent. "This man has told us that at the end of their investigation that there were 834 kids involved that were kidnapped."

Rothstein has evidence:

1. linking Johnny's kidnapping to child prostitution.
2. pointing to the involvement of U.S. government officials.

"They were using kids to compromise people. And what better way to compromise somebody than get a young boy with a politician or some powerful person that may be in the military or whatever and then you can compromise them and get what ever you want."

Rothstein believes it is possible that Jeff Gannon, who passed himself off as a White House reporter, could be Johnny Gosch.

Rothstein believes the CIA was involved.


From Rigorous Intuition:

"I think of Gary Caradori, Chief Investigator for the Nebraska Legislature's Franklin committee, calling Senator Loran Schmit and exclaiming "We've got them! There's no way they can get out of it now!" He was returning from Chicago with photographic evidence of Lawrence King's elite paedophile ring. Schmit took another phone call a short while later, which informed him that Caradori had died in the crash of his small plane. His evidence was never recovered."

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