More on the Franklin Cover UP -- Jeff Gannon Johnny Gosch
The Franklin Cover Up Scandal the Child Sex Ring that reached the Reagan Bush White House
I had never heard about this story until the Jeff Gannon story broke and I did some googling and started finding information on the Franklin Cover up. It is a strange story about child abuse, kidnapping and conspiracy. A documentary was made called the Conspiracy of Silence
which was supposed to air on the Discovery Channel on May 3, 1994. It was advertised in the TV Guide and in newspapers for that day. But no one ever saw that program. At the last minute, and without explanation, it was pulled from the air. It was not shown then, and has never been broadcast anywhere since. The Documentary was supposedly destroyed by the government and there are parts of it now to be found on the internet. At the time I had to wonder if there was any connection to Jeff Gannon. Now there are theories coming out about it, (Is Jeff Gannon Johnny Gosch).
Today another article has come out about it:
Photographer Russell E. "Rusty" Nelson was recently arrested two days after journalist Hunter Thompson reportedly committed suicide four weeks ago on February 10, according to two phone interviews with attorney John DeCamp last week.
Nelson was allegedly employed by a former Republican Party activist to take pictures of current or retired U.S. House-Senate members and other prominent government officials engaging in sexual criminality by receiving or committing sodomy and other sex acts on children during the Reagan-Bush 41 administrations.
Hunter Thompson’s death and the news blackout of Rusty Nelson’s simultaneous arrest raise questions that someone may be attempting to limit Nelson’s freedom or threaten him, since according to testimony, both men had allegedly witnessed homosexual prostitution and pedophile criminal acts in a suppressed but far-reaching child sex-ring probe closely linked to Senate and House members--but also former President George H. W. Bush. [In U.S. District Court testimony, Rusty Nelson told Judge Warren Urbom he took 20,000 to 30,000 pictures, 2-5-1999, p.52]
Photographer for White House child sex ring arrested after Thompson suicide