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It’s June of 2002.  Anita Busch had a blooming career writing about the banalities of Hollywood.  Her substanceless distractions were promoted by the biggest publications: the New York Times, the appropriately-named Vanity Fair, the Los Angeles Times and Henry Luce’s Time.1

But then everything came to a screeching “STOP”.

Busch had found her car windshield shattered (possibly by gunshot), a dead fish with a rose in its mouth on the vehicle (dutifully placed in a pan) and a cardboard note with the single word “STOP”.

Busch had been following up on the story of Mafia connections to action-film actor Steven Seagal through his ex-producer Julius R. “Jules” Nasso.

A Hollywood reporter had a dead fish on her car?  This was clearly a “Federal case”!

In the reems of information that has subsequently been written about all of this, no-one puts much effort into the shining moment when it was obvious that “local law enforcement” in Los Angeles and Beveryly Hills needed to step aside for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Presumably it includes the words “wiretapping” and “racketeering”.

Trafficking of narcotics?  Corruption?  Human trafficking of women and children?  Mass murder?  These paled in comparison and the FBI dedicated top resources into solving the crime.

Enter serial con-man Daniel Patterson.

Patterson, a 64-year-old grandfather of 11, is the snitch who provided information that led investigators to raid Pellicano’s West Hollywood office at the outset of the FBI’s probe of the private investigator.  That search resulted in the seizure of two hand grenades and a military grade C-4 plastic explosive, and led to Pellicano’s subsequent plea to federal weapons charges (for which he was sentenced to 30 months in prison). ~ The Smoking Gun

“Pellicano”…that’s Italian Roman Catholic Private Investigator Anthony Joseph Pellicano, Senior2, better known throughout Los Angeles at this time as “The Hollywood Fixer”.

If the rich and shameless had a problem, they went to The Fixer—and he fixed it for them…for a hefty fee, of course.

On this 106-degree summer day [Published 07 August 2011], Pellicano has agreed to his first sit-down interview since going to prison in 2008.  His case has long since disappeared from the front pages, replaced lately by the News of the World quagmire that has tarred Rupert Murdoch, David Cameron, and Scotland Yard.  The way Pellicano sees it, the British phone-hacking scandal is kid stuff.  “I was way ahead of my time,” he says.  What’s the big deal about some tabloid hijacking Hugh Grant’s voicemails?  “If Murdoch’s name wasn’t involved, would there be a story?  If someone wiretapped Britney Spears, no one would care.  The story is, did Murdoch know people were doing this?  Did he condone it?  I strongly believe he had no idea.”

Pellicano claims never to have lent his services to any of Murdoch’s newspapers, and says he met the mogul only once, “but it had to do with Judith Regan,” his former longtime friend, who was fired from News Corp.’s HarperCollins in 2006.  (Regan says she never introduced the two men.)  “If News of the World called,” he says hypothetically, “I would ask the editor, ‘Why would you want me to do that?  Are you stupid?!’  The guy at News of the World was just getting leads for stories.”  Pellicano boasts that “I was the top of the ladder.  Just to talk to me it cost $25,000.  These guys were stringers who worked with reporters to try to get information on a celebrity!” …

Before the convict was cooling his heels with more than 1,700 other inmates here in Big Spring, his milieu was the liposuctioned underbelly of Hollywood Babylon.  “If you saw the stuff I found in celebrity homes: cocaine, heroin, Ecstasy, vials of narcotics.  There was a doctor shooting up celebrities with morphine for $350.”  His job was to keep the lid on such indiscretions.  He liked to boast that he lived by omerta, the Mafia code of silence.  “When you are my client, you become my family,” he says, and his clan included Michael Jackson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Farrah Fawcett, Kevin Costner, Courtney Love, Chris Rock, and über-agent Michael Ovitz, just to name a few.  “That was the attitude I kept.  I wasn’t really a P.I.  I was a problem solver.  People came to me because they had a problem.  The government wanted me to turn on them.” ~ Newsweek

In 2019, the New York Times would add this to the Pellicano resumé:

He wiretapped the actors Sylvester Stallone and Keith Carradine, and did work on behalf of Chris Rock and Courtney Love, among many others.  He conducted an illegal criminal background check on Garry Shandling, threatened a journalist and, according to testimony at his trial, even offered to have a producer murdered, his body buried in the desert.  He had been behind bars since 2003. ~ The New York Times

The “producer” not mentioned, here, by the New York Times, was none other than taxation dissident and staunch Libertarian (extremely rare qualities in Hollywood) Aaron Russo.

A hedge fund manager and art collector from New York testified under immunity Tuesday that Anthony Pellicano, the Hollywood private detective accused of wiretapping and racketeering, had once offered to have a movie producer killed for him.

Adam D. Sender, the owner of Exis Capital3, a hedge fund that at one point had more than $1 billion in assets, said in Federal District Court here that he had paid Mr. Pellicano about $500,000 to investigate Aaron Russo, a producer and onetime talent manager whose film credits included “Trading Places.”  Mr. Russo died of cancer last year.4

In 1999, Mr. Sender invested $1.1 million with Mr. Russo.  Later, Mr. Sender sued Mr. Russo, accusing him of pocketing the money.  Mr. Russo dodged process servers for more than a year, until Mr. Pellicano was brought into the case at the urging of Mr. Sender’s new lawyer, Bert Fields.5  (Mr. Sender said he paid Mr. Fields’s firm about $300,000, but recovered only $25,000 from Mr. Russo.)

Mr. Sender testified Tuesday that Mr. Pellicano had wiretapped Mr. Russo for a year and had played recordings of Mr. Russo’s intercepted phone calls for him 10 or 15 times.  But Mr. Pellicano grew sick of listening to Mr. Russo6, Mr. Sender said.  And, in a “frightening” moment in the garden of Mr. Sender’s mansion in Bel-Air, he said, Mr. Pellicano suggested killing Mr. Russo.

Mr. Pellicano said that “if I wanted to, I could basically authorize him” to have Mr. Russo “murdered on the way back from Las Vegas,” Mr. Sender testified.  “He would have someone follow him back, drive him off the road and bury his body somewhere in the desert.”  Mr. Sender said he had declined.

On cross-examination, Mr. Pellicano, acting as his own lawyer and speaking of himself in the third person, seemed more concerned with getting his own words right than with disputing Mr. Sender’s account.  He does not face any charges related to Mr. Sender’s statements. ~ The New York Times

Of course the FBI and Federal Prosecutors weren’t interested in a man who offered to have a high-profile tax dissident murdered—a dead fish was placed on a Hollywood reporter’s car.

In an interview with The Smoking Gun, Patterson explained how the FBI used him to connect dots to Pellicano but also stated he had little regard for government “law enforcement”.

Patterson told TSG, “I really don’t like government a whole hell of a lot.  I think that they misuse their influence.  And I believe that they’re probably the biggest crooks out there.”  His second federal conviction, Patterson explained, was “a typical government set up.”  And as for Daniel Saunders—lead prosecutor on the Pellicano case and the government lawyer who handled Patterson’s own most recent felony conviction—he had a similarly sharp opinion, recalling that he once said Saunders “had a propensity for lying.”

Patterson’s value to investigators lies solely in the fact that he literally got them in Pellicano’s door.  He did this by surreptitiously recording a series of meetings—four of which occurred in Patterson’s own home—with Pellicano pal Alexander Proctor, a career criminal who trafficked large quantities of heroin, cocaine, and Ecstasy, and was tied to Russian organized crime figures.  Those tapes, which Patterson made with an FBI digital recorder in his shirt pocket, formed the basis for the “probable cause” that allowed investigators to raid Pellicano’s office.  Though attacked by defense counsel, the validity of that crucial search warrant has been upheld in court.

In those sessions, Patterson, with the FBI’s guidance, deftly steered Proctor, 63, through lengthy conversations about his kilo-weight narcotics deals, which involved frequent drug runs to Mexico and a Southern California supplier named Javier.  In one conversation, Patterson told Proctor that he had someone who could “move some shit if Javier could come up with a couple [of kilos].”  Realizing that Patterson was new to cocaine trafficking, Proctor carefully explained the proper procedures for a successful transaction.  “I get the sense you’re not used to drug dealing,” Proctor said, adding helpfully that Patterson “could be easily fooled in a drug deal.”

Proctor, however, was the one being hoodwinked.

The veteran drug trafficker, who was introduced to Patterson by a Russian mob associate, apparently fell victim to his acquaintance’s unassuming, folksy way.  A former business associate who told TSG that Patterson fleeced him of more than $100,000 marveled at Patterson’s “gift of gab,” remarking that the convicted felon had an uncanny ability to separate people from their money.

Patterson cost Proctor his liberty.  Faced with damaging admissions on the FBI tapes—and evidence subsequently gathered via a search of his 1988 Acura Legend—Proctor pleaded to a felony charge of possession with intent to distribute heroin.  He was sentenced to ten years in prison, from which he is scheduled to be released in July 2011. ~ The Smoking Gun

Though Patterson had little regard for the “Justice System”, getting caught repeatedly conducting audacious swindles forced him into a corner.  The FBI was more-than-pleased to cut a deal.

As with many confidential witnesses and informants, self-preservation was a primary motive for Patterson’s cooperation with the FBI.  He is a thrice-convicted felon who most recently pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges stemming from his role in a scheme to swindle gold and platinum from several manufacturers.  Though he entered his plea 4-1/2 years ago, Patterson has yet to be sentenced in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles.  His sentencing, now scheduled for December 10, has been postponed nine times during that period.  While the fraud conviction could land him in prison for several years, Patterson is likely to escape with a greatly reduced sentence—perhaps even just probation—due to his extensive work with the government.

That cooperation was prompted by his arrest for a rather audacious scheme to swindle precious metals from several manufacturing firms.  Using an assortment of aliases, forged documents, counterfeit checks, and his very convincing telephone manner, Patterson and his fellow bandits succeeded in conning two companies out of $615,000 worth of gold and platinum products.  So where does a crook fence gold wire and sheet?  Patterson & Co. opted for a pawn shop in Pacoima in the San Fernando Valley. ~ The Smoking Gun

Movies With Three Names

Did Steven Seagal hire Anthony Pellicano to strong-arm Anita Busch?  Was Julius Nasso and the East Coast Mafia involved?

As far as the government was concerned, their only targets were Pellicano and the thugs he used to leave messages.

A man charged with threatening a Los Angeles Times reporter who was researching the relationship between Steven Seagal and an alleged Mafia associate told an informant for the FBI that Seagal was behind the threat, according to court documents.

Alexander Proctor, a 59-year-old ex-convict charged with threatening reporter Anita Busch, allegedly told the informant during secretly recorded conversations that he had been hired to carry out the threat by Anthony Pellicano, known as the private detective to the stars.

According to the FBI, Proctor told the informant that Seagal had hired Pellicano to threaten the reporter.

“He wanted to make it look like the Italians were putting the hit on her so it wouldn’t reflect on Seagal,” Proctor told the informant, according to a search warrant affidavit filed by an FBI agent assigned to the case.

On Thursday, more than a dozen FBI agents searched Pellicano’s West Hollywood office.  An FBI spokesman, Matt McLaughlin, said Pellicano had been arrested in connection with what appeared to be explosive materials discovered in his office during the search. …

According to court documents, Proctor told the informant that he owed Pellicano $14,000 and agreed to intimidate Busch for $10,000.  But after the job was done, Proctor said, “they” were so pleased with his work that Pellicano agreed to wipe out his remaining debt.

Proctor allegedly told the informant that he was supposed to “blow up” Busch’s car as a warning so she would stop reporting on the story about Seagal.  But he said it would have been too difficult to set her car ablaze, because she lived near an apartment complex.

He said Busch also had a neighbor who stayed up late at night, and he was apparently afraid he would be seen.

In the end, Proctor allegedly told the informant that he bought the fish and rose and placed them on Busch’s car, putting a bullet hole in the windshield and taping the cardboard sign to it.

After Busch’s car was vandalized, she told authorities she thought the incident was related to her investigative work on an article about Seagal and his former producing partner, Julius Nasso, who had a bitter business fallout with the film star.

According to federal authorities, Nasso is an associate of the Gambino crime family.  He was indicted earlier this year, along with other reputed mob figures, in connection with a plot to extort money from Seagal.  He has pleaded not guilty.  Seagal is scheduled to testify next year as a prosecution witness at the trials of several alleged mobsters and Nasso in Brooklyn.

Last month, Nasso’s attorney alleged in a court document that Seagal might have been involved in the threat against Busch, and that could reflect on the actor’s credibility as a witness.

Proctor’s taped statements to the informant are detailed in a 21-page application for a search warrant.  Investigators requested court permission to search Proctor’s residence, but a judge denied the request 17 Oct. [2002], a day after Proctor’s arrest.  There is no indication in the documents why the request was rejected.  One source said there was technical language that needed to be fixed before the judge would approve it. ~ The Los Angeles Times

The reticence of the government to search Alexander Proctor’s residence is interesting given that, once the FBI had a warrant to enter Anthony Pellicano’s office, they took everything that wasn’t nailed down and then came back with claw hammers to get that, too.

For the last two years, FBI computer specialists have been combing through the equivalent of nearly 2 billion double-spaced pages of text, enough to fill 245 rooms measuring 10-by-12-by-10 feet.

Those computer files were seized during a raid on the Sunset Strip offices of famed private detective Anthony Pellicano.  Also confiscated were two hand grenades and a quantity of C4 plastic explosives, resulting in a 30-month federal prison sentence for Pellicano.

Although the contents of the files have not been disclosed, they may be relevant to a pending federal wiretapping probe involving Pellicano, a number of rogue police officers and some big-name entertainment lawyers.

If so, that investigation could be significantly affected when a three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decides on a request by Pellicano’s lawyers to declare the search illegal, suppress the seized evidence and overturn his conviction.

A hearing is set for Thursday in Pasadena, but any ruling could be months away.

In legal briefs filed with the court, defense attorney Donald Re charged that the warrant authorizing the search and seizure was unconstitutionally overbroad, requiring FBI agents to examine every file, regardless of relevance.

“Effectively, there was no limitation on what was seized, reviewed, read and maintained by the government,” Re said.  “Every business file, personal file, irrelevant musing on the computers was taken and reviewed in detail.  This warrant gave the government carte blanche to seize and examine everything, and that is precisely what they did.” ~ The Los Angeles Times

Even more interesting, the government case against Alexander Proctor was dropped for “lack of evidence” (and lack of trying).  One might almost draw the conclusion that the purpose of the raid was for the FBI to help themselves to a veritable treasure-trove of dirt on Hollywood and beyond.

Proctor was charged with violating the Hobbs Act, the federal extortion statute, but prosecutors were forced to drop that case after concluding that the incident did not add up to a crime under the law.  The matter was referred to the district attorney’s office, where it remains.

Pellicano was never charged in that episode.  However, he was indicted and ultimately pleaded guilty to illegally possessing two military-style hand grenades and some plastic explosives that were discovered in a safe during the FBI search of his office.

In his court papers, defense lawyer Re said U.S. District Judge Dickran Tevrizian, who presided over the weapons case, should have suppressed the evidence used to convict Pellicano because the search was illegal.

FBI Agent Stanley Ornellas, who oversaw the court-authorized seizure, said at the time, “This represents the most data the Computer Analysis Response Team has ever seen in a single case since its formation in 1994.”

Assistant U.S. attorneys Daniel Saunders and Kevin Lally, who are heading the Pellicano investigation, contended in their legal briefs that the search was proper.

Although the FBI agents were authorized to seize all computers and data-storage devices in Pellicano’s office, the search warrant specifically directed them to look for documents that might link Pellicano to Proctor, Seagal, Busch or Ned Zeman, a Vanity Fair writer who also claimed to have been threatened, the prosecutors wrote.

What counts, they argued, is not the volume of material seized but whether search targets were spelled out in sufficient detail.

Even if, for argument’s sake, the warrant was flawed, it still was valid, according to the prosecutors, because the FBI agents relied in good faith on the decision of an independent judge who approved the search.

Re countered, however, that the good-faith rule didn’t apply in this case because the violation was so egregious. ~ The Los Angeles Times

The Seagal-Nasso co-operative is tabloid fare for sure, and such sensationalism is meat and potatoes for “Grunge”:

Steven Seagal has faced a great many challenges on his lifelong quest to become the biggest Steven Seagal to ever Steven Seagal, and quite a few of them have been of his own making.  He has been a historically awful Saturday Night Live host.  He has made horrible movies.  After making a flippant challenge, he was once (allegedly) choked out by martial arts master Gene LeBell so hard that he soiled himself.  Sylvester Stallone has recounted a story about Seagal talking smack about Jean-Claude Van Damme, and subsequently fleeing the scene when the furious Muscles from Brussels challenged him in a fight.  Oh, and multiple women have alleged that he has a habit of being … less than tactful with the ladies, which has caused more than one famous actress to outright flee their auditions with him.

However, Seagal once faced a force that was far more dangerous and criminal than he ever was: the Mafia. …

As CBS News and Ralph Blumenthal of the New York Times tell us, a legal case between Seagal and his producer, Julius R. Nasso, revealed that the bad blood between the two had led to the producer sending the Gambino family to shake down the actor, old school style.  As Staten Island Advance notes, Nasso and Seagal had been on perfectly fine terms for 15 successful years, but the relationship turned sour at the turn of the millennium, with the actor allegedly owing around $500,000 to Nasso.

Things came to a head when mafia types ordered Seagal to step into a car, and drove him to a Brooklyn restaurant, where an alleged Gambino captain called Anthony Ciccone had a little talk with him, ordering the movie star to resume his working relationship with Nasso — and to pay a cool $150,000 for every film he’d made with the producer.  The aikido star says that after Nasso and the mob paid him another visit in his L.A. home, he ended up paying $700,000. ~ Grunge

Seagal’s father was Russian Jew, a connection that Vladimir Putin is quite proud of (despite Russia’s less-than-stellar record on “Antisemitism”).  And yet, Seagal’s connection to Italian Catholic “Jules” Nasso was as a “distant cousin”.  The attachment to Putin should’ve been the more dangerous of the two but it was quite the reverse!

The Los Angeles Times gave the salacious story a much more professional and precise turn.  Why not?  These were world events anyone willing to pay needed to read!

The Mafia captain who rules the Staten Island waterfront threatened to kill an entertainment figure, identified previously as actor Steven Seagal, as part of a multimillion-dollar extortion scheme, federal prosecutors alleged Tuesday in court in Brooklyn.

Anthony “Sonny” Ciccone “demanded millions of dollars from this individual and threatened his life,” Assistant U.S. Atty. Andrew Genser said at a court hearing for the accused Gambino family docks boss, whose relatives and supporters wept and muttered from the courtroom benches as he was ordered held without bail pending trial on wide-ranging racketeering charges.

Ciccone, 67, was among 17 alleged Gambino higher-ups, soldiers and “associates” arrested last week under an indictment charging them mostly with plots to exert influence over the local waterfronts and the longshore workers union.

But prosecutors said electronic surveillance in the case also uncovered evidence that Ciccone and two others, including Seagal’s former producing partner, Julius R. “Jules” Nasso, were attempting to extort money from an “entertainment figure.”

Nasso, 49, of Staten Island, had a 15-year business relationship with Seagal until a bitter falling-out and filed a $60-million lawsuit against the actor in March, alleging that the star of films such as “Under Siege” had backed out of a contract to perform in four movies. …

The indictment alleged that the extortion scheme against the unnamed entertainment figure ran from September 2000 to last month and involved “wrongful use of actual and threatened force, violence and fear.”

Previously released documents alleged that Ciccone once was overheard instructing Nasso to demand $150,000 per film from the actor. …

Prosecutors have said that Ciccone became a “powerful captain” in the mob family during the rule of John Gotti, the “Dapper Don” who died Monday, then continued to serve under Gotti’s brother Peter, who also has been indicted in the current case. ~ The Los Angeles Times

It would appear that Grunge was a little grimy on the details: “Sonny” Ciccone was claiming that, since Seagal walked out on Nasso without fulfilling the promise of four more movies with three-name titles, Seagal would have to do the four and pay Nasso $150,000 for each.

Is Steven Seagal a tough-guy who would just as soon break your elbow, or rip your throat out, as look at you or is he a Mafia groupie who panders his sagging notoriety for access to real-life Dons?

The Gambinos will tell you he is the latter.

Seagal also has been granted limited immunity for his testimony, according to defense lawyers who were studying the government documents Friday [7 February 2003].

The actor’s own lawyer, Martin Pollner, would not confirm the deal, under which anything Seagal says cannot be used against him if he is subsequently charged with a crime other than perjury. …

Federal investigators have said they discovered the extortion plot against the actor by chance, through wiretaps and bugs used in their latest attempt to curtail mob influence along the docks.  The charges involving Seagal take up only two of the 67 counts in the indictment unsealed last June and stem from his longtime partnership with pharmacist-turned-producer Julius R. Nasso.

While the pair worked together on such films as “Out for Justice” (1991) and “Under Siege” (1992), Seagal sometimes lived in the guest house beside Nasso’s waterfront Staten Island mansion.  But their relationship soured in 2000, and Nasso allegedly complained to an old friend, Anthony “Sonny” Ciccone, that the actor was reneging on a deal to make four more films together and owed him a lot of money.

Prosecutor Whelan described Ciccone, 68, as the Gambino crime family’s captain who “has been dominating these piers for the last 20 years.”  Though Nasso and his brother are also charged in the attempted extortion of Seagal, their cases were severed from those of the core defendants currently on trial: Ciccone and three of his crew, along with three Gottis, including Peter Gotti, who prosecutors say took control of the crime family following the imprisonment of his brother, “Dapper Don” John Gotti, who died last year. …

During defense opening statements, Ciccone’s lawyer, George Santangelo, called the actor a “pathological liar” who cried “intimidation” whenever he owed somebody money.

Barry Levin, a Long Island lawyer representing Nasso’s brother … said the defense will hammer at the actor about “his ability to be truthful or not, ‘Did you tell people you were a CIA agent?’”  The defense lawyers said they also want to ask Seagal whether he was behind a threat against a Los Angeles Times reporter investigating his relationship with Nasso and the mob.  In the FBI reports, they said, Seagal denies having anything to do with a June incident in which the windshield of reporter Anita M. Busch’s car was vandalized and a dead fish left on it.

The defense lawyers have tried to brand Seagal a “mob nut” who initiated contacts with men like Ciccone. ~ The Los Angeles Times

Was Seagal innocently “Marked For Death” or was he playing an arrogant game with the government, knowing that he was insulated from prosecution?

Not long ago, Steven Seagal was one of the best-paid action stars in Hollywood.  The martial arts master played crime-busting anti-heroes in films that generated more than $1 billion in ticket and DVD sales during the 1990s.

Now he appears in low-budget productions that go straight to video.

Seagal says he knows why: Five years ago, he was implicated in a plot to frighten two journalists out of writing unflattering stories about him and his former business partner.

An FBI affidavit detailed allegations that Seagal hired private eye Anthony Pellicano to terrorize one of the reporters, a freelancer working for the Los Angeles Times.

The investigation soon changed course, focusing on allegations that Pellicano spied on celebrities and other members of the Hollywood elite.  The onetime detective-to-the-stars is in federal prison, awaiting trial on wire-tapping and other charges.

Seagal and the alleged plot to intimidate journalists became a footnote.  The actor was never charged, and federal authorities have privately told reporters they have no persuasive evidence against him.  But the FBI has never publicly cleared him.

Seagal said the publicity has been devastating to his career.  He wants an apology.

“False FBI accusations fueled thousands of articles saying that I terrorize journalists and associate with the Mafia,” Seagal, 56, said recently in his first public comments on the case.  “These kinds of inflammatory allegations scare studio heads and independent producers — and kill careers.”

Laura Eimiller, an FBI spokeswoman, said she could not comment on Seagal’s demand for an apology or on questions about the case.  They “relate to an ongoing investigation which we are not at liberty to discuss,” she said. ~ The Los Angeles Times

The Anita Busch incident wasn’t the only one.  The FBI took two sworn affidavits regarding two separate intimidations but seemed only interested in using them to get a judge to allow the confiscation of Anthony Pellicano’s snooping treasure.

A second affidavit filed by Ornellas under seal in federal court in November 2002 repeated the allegations about Seagal’s involvement in the threat against Busch.  The new affidavit also implicated Seagal in a separate threat against a writer for Vanity Fair magazine who was also working on an article on the actor.  The writer, Ned Zeman, had reported that an unidentified man had pointed a gun at him and said: “Stop!”  The affidavit said a source had told Ornellas the man was John Rottger, a former Navy SEAL and longtime friend of Seagal.

The affidavit did not lay out corroborating evidence for these assertions.  Its purpose was to show that there was probable cause to justify a search of Pellicano’s Sunset Boulevard office.

Based on the affidavit, a judge granted a search warrant, and on 21 Nov. 2002, more than a dozen FBI agents searched Pellicano’s office. ~ The Los Angeles Times

To date, the Federal Bureau of Instigation has not apologized to Steven Seagal…unless it was for the under-performing of “Half Past Dead”.

Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay

What of Julius R.7 Nasso, Senior8?

It turns out that our buddy “Jules” (always surrounded by his friends, Joey Bananas and Two-Fingers Tony) put himself on the map selling drugs—legal drugs.

His “first love” is pharmakiapharmakia that he can sell to cruise ships.  The fact that the Gambino family runs the docks where the cruise ships come in has no bearing on Mr. Nasso’s success…really!

He may not have had the artistic impact of the composer Charles Ives and the poet Wallace Stevens, both versatile executives who juggled careers in insurance and the arts, but Julius R. Nasso’s dual career has a similarly diverse flair.

Mr. Nasso runs Universal Marine Medical Supplies, which he has built into the world’s largest distributor of pharmaceuticals to ships, while helping produce action films like “Hard to Kill” and “Out for Justice.”

The 36-year-old Brooklyn-based entrepreneur is quick to describe himself as “still a novice” in the movie business.  But Hollywood has been impressed by Mr. Nasso’s drive to master the nitty-gritty details of film production. ~ The New York Times

The year of this spotlight from the “Sulzberger-managedNew York Times is 1991—a full decade before the fireworks were lit on the other coast.

—and the Jews producing Hollywood9 were “impressed” with “Mr. Nasso”…or else!

“Jules is not looking for thanks or just to make money,” said Arnold Kopelson, the Academy Award-winning producer of “Out for Justice,” who relied heavily on Mr. Nasso for production of the portion of the film made in Brooklyn.10  “I have no doubt he will go on to do very important things in the film industry.”

A short, down-to-earth11 son of Italian immigrants who brought him to Brooklyn when he was 2, Mr. Nasso betrays more excitement when talking about movies but insists that pharmacy remains his first love.  “If you told me I absolutely had to walk away from one or the other, I’d give up films,” Mr. Nasso said.  Indeed, Mr. Nasso frets that publicity about his growing involvement with movies might compromise his customers’ confidence in him as a businessman and registered pharmacist. ~ The New York Times

And yet, “Mr. Nasso” and his friends were equally “fretting” if he wasn’t getting publicity.

“Jules” learned pharmacy from the Vincentian Fathers of Roman Catholic Saint John’s in New York City.

Always the opportunist, “Jules” has exploited fads as far and wide as vitamin supplements12 to Cabbage Patch Kids.

In 1976, Julius graduated from St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy.  He then earned an advanced Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Connecticut.  While attending college in 1974, he founded Universal Marine Medical Supply. Co. (UMMSC), which is now the largest international medical supply company servicing cruise ships, oil rigs, super yachts, merchant vessels, tankers, and freighters.  Julius is currently CEO of UMMSC. which maintains offices in New York, Miami, Southampton England, Singapore, Athens Greece, Perth Australia and Shanghai China.  Julius was listed in Best Startup Magazine as one of the US’ Top 101 CEO’s in the pharmaceutical space (2023).

In 1977, Julius, founder and CEO, formed Tishcon Corporation with his college professor Dr. Satish Patel.  Today Tishcon stands as one of the nation’s largest private labeling vitamin and health supplement manufacturing plants, headquartered in Westbury, New York.

In 1978, along with Xavier Roberts13, he capitalized on the worldwide Cabbage Patch craze by opening the Cabbage Patch Babyland General Hospital Store, formerly located on 41st Street and 5th Avenue in Manhattan.  At Babyland General Hospital Julius met Steve Ross, then CEO of Time Warner, who became instrumental in Julius’ acquisition of an overall production deal at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California.

In 1980 while continuing his career in pharmaceutical distribution, Julius accepted a position as a personal assistant to director Sergio Leone.  Under Leone, Julius worked on the New York portion of Once Upon a Time in America (1984) and participated in the development of two films: In God’s Name14 and Saint Peter’s Banker15.  Under Sergio Leone’s guidance, Julius began to attend courses and seminars in film production at Cinecitta Studios in Rome, Italy. ~ Julius R. Nasso Productions


As a quick aside, my friend Shannon Rowan is working on a devastating exposé detailing how “supplements” and “vitamins” are a vicious scam designed to trap anyone putting effort into pulling themselves out of the sickness and death that is our food and the medical-industrial complex.

Brilliantly, Shannon has discovered that the Godfather of “vitamins”, Frederick Gowland Hopkins (1861-1947), was a Royal Society Freemason with a Jesuit in his family tree.


But does it get any more ironic than a native Italian Catholic in New York City who used pharmaceuticals to launch a career in Hollywood?  Perhaps no more ironic than “Mr. Nasso” keeping a model of the Titanic in his office while he sets up his next “Buy my drugs or else…” phone call.

There is a hint of Mr. Nasso’s dual interests at the front door of Universal Marine’s modest headquarters in Bensonhurst, a short drive from his home on Staten Island and just two blocks from where he grew up.  Universal Marine’s discreet sign shares the wall with one for Seagal/Nasso Productions Inc.  That is the movie-making partnership Mr. Nasso formed last year with Steven Seagal, a distant cousin and martial arts expert who shot to stardom three years ago by busting up bad guys in “Above the Law.”

Inside, the counter behind his desk is filled with a large model of the Titanic and a computer terminal that connects Mr. Nasso to Universal Marine’s operations.  The wall above it is covered with pharmacy degrees and certificates.  A model anchor serves as a paperweight.  But off to the side are a series of movie posters, pictures of Nasso family members with stars like Sylvester Stallone and the cast of “Ghostbusters” and a director’s chair with Mr. Nasso’s name. ~ The New York Times

Pathological liar” Steven Seagal did win his battle for “Urban Justice” with “Mr. Nasso” but ole’ Jules just laughed it off as “scrambled eggs”.  It really didn’t hurt that bad: many of his other friends have felt worse.  The government and his judge were actually quite nice to him!  He was back at his waterfront mansion having parties and planning movies in no time!

The “whole scrambled-egg episode,” as Julius R. Nasso colorfully calls it, began in 2002.

Mr. Nasso, a film producer, filed a $60 million suit against the action film star Steven Seagal, his producing partner for 15 years, for failing to appear in four films.

Three months later, Mr. Nasso was indicted on charges of conspiring with members of the Gambino crime family to intimidate Mr. Seagal into paying hundreds of thousands of dollars. …

In 2003, Mr. Nasso pleaded guilty to conspiracy.  He was sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison, and fined $75,000.

Mr. Nasso, 52, was released at the end of June, about two months early for good behavior, and now he is planning a party to celebrate his next business venture: about 500 guests have been invited to the groundbreaking on 8 Sept. of Cinema Nasso Film Studios in Staten Island.

According to the invitation, the festivities include cocktails, dancing and fireworks on the beach.  Kylie Minogue and Armand Assante are expected to attend, a publicist for the event said.  But the groundbreaking, which is how Mr. Nasso refers to the party, is a bit of a misnomer.

Construction of the studio began when Mr. Nasso was still in prison, and is now well under way.  And his arrest did not stop Julius R. Nasso Productions from doing business, he said.  A partner in his production company, Damian Lee, ran the operation in his absence.

“I was very fortunate,” Mr. Nasso said.  “Both the government and judge allowed me when I was on bail to make ‘Prince of Central Park’ and ‘One Eyed King’ and ‘Narc’.”

The new studio in Staten Island, which is scheduled to open in January, is intended for editing and postproduction work.  “It also has a living suite for high-end directors if they want to be away from the city and on the water,” Mr. Nasso said. ~ The New York Times

Rather than wait for a “Shadow Man” to simply show up and pronounce “Today You Die”, Steven Seagal “The Patriot” decided it’s better to be “A Good Man” than to be “Pistol Whipped”.

The actor Steven Seagal and his former business partner, Julius R. Nasso, have agreed to settle a long-running legal battle, a lawyer and a spokeswoman said on Wednesday [9 January 2008]. …

In 2002, Mr. Nasso sued Mr. Seagal for $60 million, accusing the actor of backing out of a four-movie deal.

A few months later, Mr. Nasso was indicted on charges of conspiring with gangsters to shake down Mr. Seagal, and he served one year in federal prison.

In the recent out-of-court settlement, Mr. Nasso agreed to drop the suit and Mr. Seagal agreed to pay Mr. Nasso an undisclosed amount of money and write a letter supporting his application for a pardon, Mr. Nasso’s lawyer Robert Hantman said. ~ The New York Times

How much did Seagal pay to keep a “Mercenary for Justice” from being a “Force of Execution” to him?

Neither Seagal nor Nasso commented on the size of the settlement sum, though [Chuck] Philips [of the Los Angeles Times] reports that Seagal had to pay roughly $500,000 to his former producer.  While this may seem peanuts compared to $60 million, Staten Island Live notes that Nasso was quite happy with the situation.  “I got a lot more than I expected,” he commented, “I am very pleased.”  Nasso has said that he also acquired something more precious than money: A letter from Seagal to the Office of the Pardon Attorney, which read: “I am writing this letter to indicate that I have no objection to and would support the application (when it is timely) of Julius R. Nasso for a Presidential pardon.”  In time, that letter could clear his criminal record. ~ Grunge

Now, to me, writing Barack Obama’s teleprompter and saying “I, Steven Seagal, have no objection to you pardoning my dear friend Mr. Nasso—whenever it is timely” is a bit back-handed and not an especially effective way to ask the President’s teleprompter for a favor but, hell, as long as it puts Steven “Out of Reach” and “Into the Sun” we’ll make the sign of the cross and call it “Absolution”!

The Pellican and the Hooker

Raiding a non-governmental rival and helping themselves to the goodies was easy enough for the FBI (an organization founded by the devout Roman Catholic grand-nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte).  They’ve been doing it since Donald Trump’s uncle helped decipher and disappear everything stolen from Nicola Tesla’s hotel room before his body was even cold.

But teaching the Pellican that only the government can use cops and phone companies to eavesdrop on innocent citizens would take a conviction and some prison time.  To do that, they needed to apply pressure to a twig that would easily and quickly snap.

That twig was Robert Pfeiffer.

In the latest chapter of a still-unfolding investigation, FBI agents have quietly arrested a former music industry executive in connection with the wiretap and conspiracy prosecution of former Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano.

Robert Joseph Pfeifer, 50, once president of Disney-owned Hollywood Records, was taken into custody Friday afternoon and held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in downtown Los Angeles, sources close to the investigation said Saturday. …

Although the charges against Pfeifer could not be learned, his estranged wife in court documents said he was a longtime friend of Pellicano and had known for two years that he was a subject of the investigation into the detectives’ activities.

As part of a custody battle, Maria Misejova Pfeifer filed a sworn declaration alleging that Pfeifer had fled to Canada last September because he believed that an indictment was imminent. …

She went on to refer to an e-mail in which Pfeifer allegedly stated: “Hypothetically, I am assuming I will not have the money to fight this if it escalates; I am not going to jail.  You see me.  I wouldn’t last a night.  I have two alternatives then to run or commit suicide.”  The date of the e-mail is not clear from the documents.

Also filed in the custody case was a partial e-mail from Pfeifer’s attorney referring to the possibility that Pfeifer would be indicted for conspiracy, illegal wiretapping, computer fraud and obstruction of justice. …

A former musician and producer, Pfeifer was a member of the early 1980s band Human Switchboard, which recorded an album for I.R.S. Records, according to published reports.  He was president of Hollywood Records from 1994 to 1997.  Before joining Disney, he worked as an artist and repertoire executive at Epic Records, a division of Sony.  In 2000, he founded the multimedia company Segnana Inc. …

In an interview last week, Maria Pfeifer claimed that her ex-husband and Pellicano had been friends for years and that Pfeifer referred to the flamboyant private eye as his godfather.  Before Pellicano’s arrest in 2003, Pfeifer had twice hired the private investigator in connection with civil lawsuits, she said. …

Three weeks ago [January 2006], former Beverly Hills Police Officer Craig Stevens and Pellicano’s onetime girlfriend, Sandra Will Carradine16, pleaded guilty17 to lying about Pellicano’s use of illegal tactics. ~ The Los Angeles Times

“Robert Joseph Pfeifer, [now 68], once president of Disney-owned Hollywood Records…” seemed to roll through these executive positions he landed rather quickly.  It was when he was sacked from the videogame company Z-Axis that he ran to his “godfather” Tony The Fixer for help.  Somehow, his girlfriend had been turning tricks on the side and he had no idea!  Worse, she was testifying against him in his “wrongful termination” lawsuit.  That bitch!

In March 2008, pundit for the tabloid LA Weekly Steven Mikulan (who clearly misunderstood in his journalism classes that “witty” is different from “sophomoric” and “annoying”) described how the defense attorney for an active-duty cop was pulling this story out of Pfeiffer and his ex-girlfriend.

“Please describe the dates when you started being a prostitute,” asked the man in the expensive suit.  “What was the last time you were paid for sex?” …

Only three weeks old, the Gang of Five trial has laid bare L.A.’s true mosaic of diversity — not City Hall’s postcard melting pot but a psychedelic circus of powerful talent agents, high-priced hookers and lonely rich men tweaked on speed.  Forget the $50 blowjob, that old staple of the L.A. economy — to step inside Room 890 of the Roybal Federal Building is to enter a brave new world where prostitutes are called “travel guides” and tricks are termed “encounters” that can run between $9,000 and $24,000.

For the record, the suit asking that cheeky question was Chad Hummel, the attorney for Mark Arneson, a former LAPD sergeant accused of illegally supplying Pellicano with reams of printouts detailing subjects’ arrest records and other private information.  The lady in question was Erin Finn, a slender woman in her 30s with blond hair curtaining an angular face.

Moments before, Finn had told her story to the more sympathetic ears of government prosecutor Kevin Lally.  A spunky Midwesterner, Finn had come to town with a dream and entrepreneurial savvy, and before long was running her own call-girl ring through a Web site called EducatedEscort.com (since renamed BrainyBlond.com), which serviced a specific clientele.

“It was during the dot-com era,” she explained on the witness stand this week, “[and we] appealed to the socially awkward geeks.”

Paging Robert Pfeifer!  The Z-Axis video-game executive began dating Finn in 1997, when he was 42 and she was 26.  Methamphetamine use would eventually annihilate Pfeifer’s career; when he sued Z-Axis for sacking him, Finn testified in a deposition about his drug usage.

That’s when Pfeifer sicced Pellicano on her.  The private eye’s job was to dig up dirt on Finn and use it to force her to recant her testimony that she’d seen Pfeifer on crystal meth during their stormy relationship.  Pfeifer, who preceded Finn on the witness stand, appeared as a deeply humiliated and apologetic individual who was now writhing before the world as his misdeeds were laid out.  He has pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting wiretapping, and hopes his testimony against Pellicano will earn him a light sentence.

As with many of the trial’s witnesses, much of Finn’s time on the stand was taken up with identifying personal information about herself that Arneson is accused of pilfering, as well as summaries of Pellicano’s alleged wire taps.  A projection screen was filled with tight columns of print that dryly annotated her life, ranging from her business opinions (“Russian girls will do anything for $10”) to small-world ironies (the man who carried out a break-in of Finn’s home was also connected to an escort service) to ages of lost innocence (Finn’s: 17, Pfeifer’s: 10).

Pfeifer paid to have Finn’s computer hacked into and then sent out her images, escort-service information and e-mails to everyone in her mail server’s address book — including unsuspecting parents, other family members and friends.

… The streetwise Finn claimed she had no idea what amyl nitrate was, replying, “Could it be the same as nitrous oxide?”18

Likewise, court spectators would have little idea what kind of business Finn ran when she described it.  “I was dealing with socially awkward geeks,” she repeated, pronouncing “geeks” as though she were a diplomat referring to “the Swiss” or “the Palestinians.”

[Arneson’s attorney Chad Hummel destroyed Pfeifer on the story that he had no idea what Finn did]: “In December, 1999, she told you she was a prostitute.  And before that you just thought she was your girlfriend?” ~ LA Weekly

Pellicano was, indeed, “The Fixer” for his “godson”.

He eventually pressured Finn into perjuring herself by recanting her testimony against Pfeifer — and even moving back in with him for a few months. ~ LA Weekly

“Finn had come to town with a dream and entrepreneurial savvy, and before long was running her own call-girl ring”…“Russian girls will do anything for $10”: Erin Finn was more than simply selling her own vagina to “geeks” for a weekend for “between $9,000 and $24,000”—she was managing other women doing the same.

By the indifference of the government and any “journalist” covering this story, you’d think either prostitution or pimping other women was completely legal in California.  In 2023, the far-Left Democrat-dominated State did make “loitering with intent to commit prostitution” legal (and, consequently, impossible for police to make an arrest on19) yet the act is still, in fact, not legal.

Did the Federal Bureau of Instigation give her a nod and a wink?

Finn testified before a secret Los Angeles federal grand jury about what Robert Pfeifer and Anthony Pellicano were doing to her phones and her psyche. …

As the case against Pellicano and others moved forward Finn developed an affinity for her FBI friend agent [Stanley] Ornellas.  She had become so entangled in the Pellicano case that the pressure caused her to leave Los Angeles.  She now lives out of state, far from Hollywood.

While Finn doesn’t relish her role as a key witness against Pellicano in his upcoming trial, she does know that that FBI knows that she is crucial to the government’s case.  So crucial is her testimony that although Finn did speak candidly to this reporter in extensive interviews about her involvement in the case, she is still is afraid to speak entirely openly without the approval of the FBI. …

According to Finn, Ornellas’ told her not to talk to this reporter or any other until after the case came to trial.  He said that case and her role in it had changed since her former boyfriend Robert Pfeifer had pleaded guilty to charges related to wiretapping her.  All this meant that her testimony would be even more crucial than ever against Pellicano.  Ornellas told her that talking to reporters would harm the case. ~ ERSNews, taken down but mirrored here

Pfieffer and Pellicano did more to Finn’s “escort service” than the government ever did, sending embarrassing information about her prostitution and “escort service” catering to “socially-awkward geeks” (but only the ones with deep pockets) to friends and family.

Now here’s the really astounding part.  Are you sitting down?

Erin Finn, the on-again, off-again girlfriend of twice-her-age rocker-geek-executive Robert Pfeiffer, who sold herself and other women to the Silicon Valley Help Desk for an expensive weekend of anal sex and video games, resurfaced over a decade later as “Erin Elizabeth” (all she did was drop her last name), the “partner” of “Holistic” “Antivaxxer” Joseph Mercola.

“User-edited” Wikipedia connects Anthony Pellicano to her, but her own entry is completely sanitized of her past as a “madam” and prostitute and, even more amazingly, lists nothing of her connection as the FBI star-witness who helped take down the Hollywood Fixer!

Even further, her re-branding as a Mercola “health nut” (all of her digital outreach is titled “Health Nut News”) has been resoundingly successful!

Her Facebook (sorry, “Meta”) account has almost 1,500 followers.20

Although she whined in 2022 that her Twitter (sorry, another ridiculous re-branding: “X”) account had been taken down, it’s alive and well today with nearly 175,000 subscribers.21

Yesterday, controlled alternative media hung out in “reddit”.  Today, it’s “Substack”.  There, “Erin Elizabeth” boasts an astounding 108,000 subscribers.

How is this possible?  She and her partner are listed as two of the “DISINFORMATION DOZEN!!!”  Just 12 People Are Behind Most Vaccine Hoaxes On Social Media, Research Shows screams your tax-dollars on “National Public Radio”.


As an aside, I’ve seen this weird mis-use of the English language by agents of the Machine repeatedly and consistently.  A “vaccine hoax” would be a vaccine that turns out to not be what it’s claimed to be for purposes of deception.  By the proper definition, it is every vaccine maker who is the “vaccine hoaxer”!

The “anti-vaxx” movement outs this issue and the least-corrupt voices in the movement explain properly that all vaccines are not what they are stated to be and are, in fact, dangerous and malignant.  There is not a single vaccine that has a beneficial purpose.

Is it that “NPR” and its taxpayer-funded editors are idiots or is there some sort of coded projection going on?


This print-out states that Joseph Mercola is Number One on that list, yet all of his social media is completely intact in an era where my YouTube channel No. 12 (which I can only use to watch other “safe” channels) is threatened simply for making comments that violate YouTube’s strict “community guidelines” on too much Truth.

These “guidelines” are in place, you see, because YouTube and the CIA giant that gobbled it up, “Google” (which was founded on the birthday of the Jesuits—27 September—just by coincidence, of course) loves you so much, it’s executives lay awake at night, tossing and turning, unable to sleep as they contemplate the possibility that you would be exposed to the slightest bit of information that might in any way be “harmful” to you—now or any day through to infinity and beyond22—that they must take an Orwellian iron fist and smash it all down.  —either that, or they are part of a massive, criminal and Luciferian cabal who need to do everything possible to keep the Sleeping Giant from awakening to just who and what they are.

Is it possible that Joseph Mercola and his “partner”—that’s the euphemism used by “user-edited Wikipedia” on his entry as well as hers—are actually serving a very valuable purpose to the same cabal that gave us the “coronavirus” and its subsequent mandatory vaccinations?

Could it be that these extremely powerful (and extremely malignant) forces are carefully doling out negative publicity because they know that it’s still publicity and, in fact, works perfectly to draw anyone who isn’t blindly accepting the Kool Aid to gravitate towards these selected agents of disinformation instead of towards someone much more dangerous to the Machine and it’s false reality paradigm?

On 16 August 2022, no less a source than the New York Times devoted, not just a headline, but a documentary video to “Dr. Joseph Mercola: The Misinformation ‘Superspreader’”!

Take, for instance, the basic concept of “what really makes you ill” (a concept I covered thoroughly in my most recent book The Disciples of Ra!: The shocking truth about “medicine”, viruses and vaccines)?  Consider what makes more sense—what sickens you is all around you: what you eat, what you drink, what irradiates or seeps into your body, even stress and distress—your “terrain”.  Nope.  The “experts” tell us none of that matters.  Ignore it all.  Instead, what really makes you ill are these teeny, tiny boogie things that you can’t see (and they can’t prove) that you have to trust them to even tell you they exist at all—“Germ Theory”.  Don’t change a thing!  Don’t examine what you eat.  Don’t fret over the hazardous materials the government puts in your water.  Just coat your hands in “germ-killing” chemicals every few minutes, obey your “Doctor” and go about your herd-immunity business.

Who exactly is Joseph Michael Mercola?  Why does “user-edited Wikipedia” list him as having a “partner” at 69 and no history of having been previously married?  (You can always tell the skew of a Wikipedia entry by the chosen profile image.  Mercola’s is decent—an earnest moment while speaking.  “Conspiracy theorist” “Erin Elizabeth” is a full-on glamor-shot, as if she picked it herself.)

CelebsAgeWiki lists most everything about Mercola, including his spouse, as “Not Available”, while stating that his net worth is between $1 – $5 million.

“Erin Elizabeth” isn’t much better.  She likes her tricks young and geeky and her “partners” old and geeky (her birth-date and age are top secret—former unknown, latter about 53—which puts her around 16 years younger than Mercola).  It would appear she, too, remains unmarried.

The obvious question coiled at my feet (if it was a snake it would’ve bit me) until I was briefing my friend Sam Coonrod over the phone about this story and as I was familiarizing him with who Joseph Mercola was he asked it: “Is Mercola gay?”

That was a possibility that connected a lot of dots!

When I interviewed my friend Justin Leslie, we discussed (both then and many times privately) the possibility that Project Veritas23 founder (now running “O’Keefe Media Group” which shortens to the ironically blasphemous “OMG”) James O’Keefe was not only controlled opposition but also homosexual.

In February 2023, Presidential candidate Robert Francis Kennedy, Jr. tweeted out (are we supposed to say “X’ed out” now?) how he was loving life in the “Santa Monica wilderness” with his friend James O’Keefe (carefully holding his breath and sucking in his less-than-svelte midsection) while proudly clutching a big-bosomed blonde with a nude mid-section.  The Daily Mail would be proud!

What a man’s man James O’Keefe obviously is!  Over 4 million of the Jesuit-trained24 Irish Catholic lawyer-politician’s fans agree.

My friend, collaborator and co-host Klint “Hawkeye” Burton tracked down O’Keefe’s desirous wilderness friend: Alexandra Rose, a real-estate agent with the Jewish Oppenheim Group.

It’s a subjective opinion but not a “conspiracy theory”: “Erin Elizabeth” is a much bigger media presence than even her “partner”, Joseph Mercola.

Again, I must ask, is Erin Finn just a slut with a geek fetish, or is she a ruthless manipulator who uses her vagina to get an edge on the digital battlefield?

She also has friends like former super-hacker Kevin Mitnik. ~ ERSNews, taken down but mirrored here

Damage Control

If you carefully examine the list of the “DISINFORMATION DOZEN” put out by the theatrically-named “Center for Countering DIGITAL HATE”25, you’ll notice they all have one thing in common: they’re all firmly on the Germ Plantation.

1. Joseph Mercola
2. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
3. Ty and Charlene Bollinger
4. Sherri Tenpenny
5. Rizza Islam
6. Rashid Buttar
7. Erin Elizabeth
8. Sayer Ji
9. Kelly Brogan
10. Christiane Northrup
11. Ben Tapper
12. Kevin Jenkins

That means if you follow any of these pied pipers, you’ll never get off the Plantation.  You can have a problem with “coronavirus” pandemic tyranny but when the next “bird flu” or “swine flu” or “ebola” “pandemic” strikes, you’ll get sucked right in.


CORRECTION: I am pleased to state that Andrew Kaufman has updated me on this list.  Kelly Brogan is not a promoter of Germ Theory disinformation.26

My dear friend Shannon Rowan informs me that Sayer Ji (born Douglas Sayer Ji) is also a proponent of “Terrain Theory”.27

I also wish to note that Rashid Buttar died suddenly on 18 May 2023 at only 57 years of age.  All “mainstream” sources slam Buttar as a “conspiracy theorist” and mock those concerned over his death from “user-edited Wikipedia” through to the appropriately-named “Vice magazine”, co-founded by devout Roman Catholic convert Gavin McInnes.  Am I wrong to criticize Erin Elizabeth on this issue or does she take it to a fearful extreme that frightens purveyors of real healing?


2014: In the heat of the “Ebola pandemic”, “Ebola-infectee” Amber Vinson is whisked out of Dallas on a “specially-equipped” aircraft.  Non-PPE28 clipboard guy is there to see her off.

“Mystery Solved!” says local Dallas-Fort Worth NBC affiliate Channel 529: “clipboard guy” was supposed to be there (although The Independent admits, “he probably shouldn’t have been running around touching everyone”).


Contrast anyone in this line-up with my friend, Andy Kaufman: natural healing consultant, inventor, public speaker, forensic psychiatrist, and expert witness.  Andy is one of the top names in foiling the fallacies of Germ Theory.

Podcaster Derek Broze had the unique opportunity to put the question of coronavirus legitimacy to both men and their subsequent answers were diametrically opposed.

In May of 2022, medical dissident Sam Bailey shined the spotlight on Robert Francis Kennedy, Junior’s Germ theorizing and he ran.

You would think with a commercialized brand of condescending proportions like “Health Nut News”, “Erin Elizabeth” would attempt to promote “health” but one of her primary focuses has been all of the “holistic doctor deaths”.  That’s right!  A mysterious, unknown group of assassins has targeted “holistic doctors” so be afraid!

All Roads Lead To Rome

One thing both Joseph Mercola and Erin Elizabeth Finn have in common: they’re both Catholic.

More precisely, Mercola was raised Catholic.  After trying “Christianity”, he’s now “just spiritual”.

Mercola was raised as a Catholic.  Later in life he switched to evangelical Christianity, but now calls himself spiritual rather than religious.  Dr. Mercola was formerly a member of the Christian Medical Society but stopped his membership in 2002.  He promotes religion and prayer as having health benefits, and focuses strongly on studies that advocate this position. ~ Bionity.com

Yet it was a Catholic hospital that helped Mercola become a success.  According to his own website, he was once “Chairman of Family Medicine” at St. Alexius Medical Center.30

Mercola’s website is one that is loaded with products and marketing.  Unfortunately for Mercola, it hasn’t been all just register bells clanging with unhindered sales.  In 2016, the Federal Trade Commission forced him to refund his “Vitality Elite” indoor tanning bed customers and even take the entire line down for falsely marketing the irradiators as completely free of cancer risk.

But as set-backs go, that one barely put a dent in Mercola’s champagne allowance.

It is only a deduction that “Erin Elizabeth” was “raised Catholic” but at least one post she states how she went to an “all-girls Catholic school” that included “Mass seven days a week”.  One would imagine that if either the Irish-named Ms. Finn or her family were serious about being anything other than Catholic, that would’ve been a problem.

The nature of the tweet (“X”…whatever) is to point towards Anthony Fauci’s supposed lapsed Catholicism and to shame a Catholic cleric for being improper.  Seems pretty TradCat to me!

The twice-Jesuit-trained Anthony Fauci, in his retirement, is doing quite well for himself—courtesy of the “Separation of Church and State” United States government and you’re tax dollars.

Fauci’s Retirement Pension Will Pay Him More Than Biden’s Annual Salary ~ Fox Business

Not one to simply sit on the laurels of experimenting on orphans31 and making you pay for torturing beagle puppies to death, he’s now “a Distinguished University Professor at Georgetown’s School of Medicine and the McCourt School of Public Policy”.

Dr. Fauci Reflects on How He Has Lived Out Jesuit Values in His Career ~ Georgetown University

Doesn’t sound very “lapsed Catholic” to me, Miss Elizabeth…er, Miss Finn.

Max Head-Job

Prostitution is technically illegal in California but it’s always been part of the far-Left, pornographic, illegal alien fabric of life (especially in Los Angeles).  The issue surfaces only when it serves the purposes of government and “journalism”.  I hate to break it to you but those purposes have nothing to do with “protecting you” and “informing you”.  The words that best describe their combined efforts are “disinformation” and “distraction”.  A very central part of that agenda (an agenda that proves both of those entities serve the Roman Catholic Church) is to shine the spotlight on the misdeeds of anyone Jewish.  This immediately polarizes the audience into two camps (neither of which is thinking critically or rationally): LOVE THE JEWS and HATE THE JEWS.

Take, for instance, “LA Madam” Heidi Fleiss.  Here “user-edited Wikipedia” can have some moderate utility in giving us Miss Fleiss’ “official summary” although it is embarrassingly unprofessional and biased (which is typical for “Wikipedia”):

At the age of 22, Fleiss began managing a prostitution ring under Madam Alex after meeting her in 198732 via Fleiss’s film-director boyfriend Iván Nagy.33  Fleiss stated in 2002 that [Elizabeth Adams] and she had “a very intense relationship” and that she “was kind of like the daughter she loved and hated, so she was abusive and loving at the same time”.  In the same interview, Fleiss said she worked as a prostitute for a short period to learn all aspects of the trade.  At the time she was learning to take over [Adams’] business there was a labor shortage34, as most of [Adams’] prostitutes were approaching middle age and planning to retire from prostitution35.  [Adams] had Fleiss revitalize the business36 by recruiting a new batch of young, attractive women.[6]

By 1990, Fleiss severed her links with [“]Madam Alex[”] and began her own prostitution ring.  Fleiss has stated that she made her first million dollars after only four months in the business as a madam and that on her slowest night, she made $10,000.[7]  By 1991, Fleiss was so successful that she was able to reject women who wished to work for her.  In June 1993, she was arrested on charges including attempted pandering.

Federal charges were filed in 1994, and Fleiss posted $1 million bail; the state trial began the same year and Fleiss was convicted.  In May 1996, her state conviction was overturned and her appeal bond was set at $200,000.[8]  She was convicted of federal charges of tax evasion in September 1996 and sentenced to seven years in prison.[9]  Fleiss served 20 months at the Federal Correctional Institution, Dublin, California.  She was released to a halfway house on 19 November 1998 and ordered to perform 370 hours of community service.[10] ~ Wikipedia

“Federal charges”: a catch-all that simply means “you’re ___ed”?  “User-edited Wikipedia” is a “digital encyclopedia” right?

In a single paragraph, the Tampa Bay Times nonchalantly noted:

Hollywood madam37 Heidi Fleiss was convicted Thursday of hiding hundreds of thousands of dollars in earnings from her high-priced call-girl ring.  A federal jury convicted Fleiss of conspiracy, tax evasion and money laundering.  The panel was unable to reach verdicts on two counts relating to a loan application, and the government said it probably won’t retry her.  Under federal sentencing guidelines, the 29-year-old Fleiss faces a maximum of about five years in prison.  Sentencing was set for 13 Nov. [1995].  Prosecutors will also try to make her forfeit $550,000 in cash and property. Fleiss, convicted earlier in state court of pandering, sobbed as the verdicts were read.  The jury deliberated six days.

Basically, Miss Fleiss was guilty of making too much money and not giving the government it’s cut.  Whether it’s trafficking human beings or narcotics, this is always the case: just ask San Jose Mercury News reporter Gary Webb who, after breaking the story of how the Central Intelligence Agency was making millions of dollars dumping illegal narcotics onto United States city streets38, got “depressed” (how could he not be when he scooped the story of his era and the rest of his Legacy Media peers could only slander him) and shot himself in the face…twice.

No-one around Heidi Fleiss was pulled in via the Federal dragnet.  If they were worried (they shouldn’t have been) and had money, they called in the Fixer.

Mr. Pellicano could also be heard bragging to [Hollywood Director] Mr. [John Campbell] McTiernan [Junior] about his influence with other people around [Hollywood Producer] Mr. [Charles] Roven39, saying he had saved the career of Michael Nathanson40, then president of MGM, when Mr. Nathanson was caught up in the Heidi Fleiss prostitution scandal.  (Mr. Nathanson declined to comment.) ~ The New York Times

McTiernan was the only high-profile customer of the Fixer to get stung—one year in prison and a $100,000 donation to Uncle Sam—but only because he lied to his female judge and the FBI: he promised to co-operate and didn’t co-operate so now he’s co-operatin’.

And, oh, did you know Heidi Fleiss was Jewish?  You didn’t if you read her Wikipedia entry but the Notable Names Database has it.41

Poor Choices

Fleiss has neither lived nor aged well, some of which can apparently be attributed to “substance abuse”.  Would she have fared differently having chosen a different path in life?

Fleiss has been engaged to an odd assortment of people such as Francis Wayne Sinatra, (known popularly as “Frank Junior” though the famous father was Francis Albert Sinatra).  In 2016, Sinatra died “unexpectedly” of “cardiac arrest” while on tour in Daytona Beach, Florida.  He was 72 years old.  “Frank Junior” was cremated and his religious affilations are extremely difficult to discern thanks to the dominating presence of his Roman Catholic father.

Another engagement for Fleiss was Roman Catholic Thomas Edward “Tom” Sizemore, Junior.  In 2003, Sizemore was convicted of 6 out of 16 counts of assault and abuse of Fleiss.  He had apparently avoided jail time until repeatedly failing probation drug-testing which included the use of a fake male member filled with drug-free urine42.  That same year, Sizemore was “sent home” from the set of the Lionsgate thriller (just kidding) released directly to DVD, “Piggy Banks” (re-branded “Born Killers”).  Sizemore had sexually assaulted the 11-year-old girl who was portraying his character’s daughter in the movie.  For unknown reasons, the girl’s parents did not press charges.  The story didn’t break until 14 years later when the actress was revealed as Kiersten Pyke who was then engaging Sizemore in a civil suit.  Salt Lake City’s local CBS affiliate KUTV Channel 2 relayed this statement from Pyke:

On Monday morning [7 May 2018] Pyke is expected to file a complaint with hopes of “obtaining some measure of justice for this horrible offense committed years ago.”

In other words, the only thing that will assuage her PTSD is getting paid.

Unfortunately for Miss Pyke, there will be no “justice”.  Sizemore checked in to a Roman Catholic hospital43 and didn’t check out (well…actually he did after his family made an “end-of-life decision”).

On 18 February 2023, Sizemore suffered a brain aneurysm at his Los Angeles home and was hospitalized at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in critical condition.[67][68][69]  On 27 February, Sizemore’s representative issued a statement indicating that doctors had determined there was “no further hope” for Sizemore to recover and had “recommended end-of-life decisions” to his family.[70][71][72]  Sizemore died on 3 March 2023, at the age of 61.[69] ~ Wikipedia

In 2009, Fleiss was again engaged (but did not follow through with marriage), this time to “entrepreneur” and “brothel owner” Dennis Leroy Hof.  Hof had taken advantage of Nevada’s legal sex trade to build a $20 million-plus empire that was honored by everyone from pornography “star” Ron Jeremy44 to tax reform personality Grover Norquist45 to self-proclaimed “devout Catholic” ex-Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph “Joe” Arpaio and even a “HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DENNIS!” phone-call from then-Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

Hof had been celebrating his 72nd birthday along with Fleiss, Jeremy, Arpaio, Cucker and others at one of his several brothels when the porn star found him dead and “stiff as a board”.

Getting Fluffed

The United States government prosecution of Heidi Fleiss was little more than yet another salacious distraction.  As with the Pellicano prosecution, virtually no-one above or below the government’s target was put in the spotlight.

In 2008, LA Weekly put it all in perspective.

This week, the RICO trial for Anthony Pellicano and four co-defendants finally began. …

Pellicano … faces 625 years behind bars on 110 counts of racketeering and conspiracy.46

He’s … accused of using law-enforcement contacts to intimidate witnesses and journalists on behalf of his A-list clients, who include Hollywood superlawyer47 Bert Fields48, comic Chris Rock, Die Hard director John McTiernan, über-agent49/producer Michael Ovitz50 and film-studio chiefs Ron Meyer51 and Brad Grey52.

… Pellicano’s targets … formed a kind of A-list beyond just journalists and producers, and included actors Sylvester Stallone and Keith Carradine and comedian Garry Shandling.

The Pellicano case is important to Los Angeles’ secret dream life because it is the latest installment of the Permanent Trial — that unique and never-ending proceeding involving the entertainment industrial complex.  As American media have increasingly become celebrity-centric, L.A.’s local news outlets have made sure that at any given moment there is a spotlight on some scandalous misconduct on the part of some glamour-industry figure.

… the important thing is that there be something to fit in between the newest shenanigans of [sex] Britney [Spears], [sex] Lindsay [Lohan] or [sex…and money] Paris [Hilton]53. ~ LA Weekly

The Los Angeles Times added this:

The charges are conspicuously silent on what embarrassing information Pellicano might have obtained, how he used it or who paid for it. …

The Times scoured thousands of legal experts to light upon the much-adored Jewish female teaching “law” at Jesuit Loyola Marymount:

Authorities said Pellicano could face a sentence of hundreds of years in prison if convicted on all counts.

Loyola law professor Laurie Levenson said the shock waves from the case could be “enormous.”  Although the government might not be able to charge some people criminally, information produced in the investigation could provide ammunition for future civil litigation against lawyers and other individuals who utilized Pellicano’s services.

“It’s a celebrity case without celebrity defendants.  If this is the tip, it is a very big iceberg,” Levenson said. ~ The Los Angeles Times

Well, Miss Levenson, rest assured that this was an iceberg the government-journalism Titanic easily avoided.

Roll The Credits

Anita Busch’s great success in writing meaningless stories of Hollywood “controversy” and fluff was “derailed” by the Proctor-Pellicano-Seagal-Nasso episode.  Today she has a much more heroic focus of altruistic reporting—taking guns out of the hands of Americans in order to finally put an end to deadly mass-shootings.

* * * * *

At the height of his power and mystique, Anthony Pellicano dated Sandra Will, the ex-wife of actor Keith Carradine54.  Will employed her boyfriend to spy on her ex-husband in order to get an advantage in bitter divorce proceedings.  She committed perjury when asked about it during Pellicano’s trial and plea-bargained community service and a $10,000 fine.55

1984: crass sex-themed comedy “Revenge of the Nerds” stars Robert Carradine, brother of Keith, brother of David56, son of John, who tricks (no pun intended) and seduces “Betty” [Julia Montgomery] — the blonde cheerleader girlfriend of star quarterback “Stan” — into having sex and eventually romance.  Highlights can be found on a YouTube channel named “Julia Montgomery”.

If you invert the motivations of the key characters, add many times more salacious sensationalism and then top it off with a ruthless Machiavellian twist, you’ve got the story of Erin Elizabeth Finn.



 

  1. My friend “James Japan” Arendt lists Henry Luce as a Knight of Malta.  I can find no corroborations but Luce’s wife Clare Boothe(-)Luce was a powerful Catholic convert and open Dame of Malta.
  2. It is personally offensive to me when fathers seek to live on through their sons by forcing their identity on them, like cloning, rather than allowing them to have a unique identity all their own.  I have found Roman Catholic parents do this almost as often as saddling their sons with the androgynous name “Francis” to honor the co-founder of the Jesuits, Francis Xavier.
  3. How about a guess as to Adam Sender’s religion/ethnicity?
  4. The Jewish Russo was a mere 64 years old when he died.  Many fans believe he was murdered.
  5. —you’ll never guess.
  6. In other words, “After months of illegal eavesdropping, Pellicano was not hearing anything he could easily blackmail Russo with.”
  7. I’ve scoured the internet.  No-one’s allowed to know what the “R” stands for.  Hire a PI to find out.
  8. Yup.  Another Roman Catholic who believes he can clone himself.
  9. The fact that Jews are predominantly producers with little to do on the creative or financial side of “entertainment” proves they are merely managers.
  10. Jewish tribalism is a key component in the Roman Circus: Jews only marrying other Jews and doing special favors for Jews easily ignites anger.  Kopelson’s first wife—Joy Rochelle Stern—was Jewish and died at the shocking age of 38.  The cause is listed as “cancer”.  A year later “he married his business partner and former secretary, Anne Feinberg”—also Jewish.  His daughter Stephanie (by Joy Stern) also married a Jew.  What many truth-seekers don’t know is that the real power demographic—Roman Catholics—are even more tribal.
  11. Of course he’s “down to earth”, he’s so friggin’ close to it.  Seriously?  Is this “journalism” or falatio?  We shouldn’t be too hard on Times “business and technology reporter”, Barnaby Feder.  He left his family’s Judaism to become a Unitarian Universalist minister!
  12. My friend Shannon Rowan is hard at work showing how “vitamins” and “supplements” are as much a malignant fraud as the medical-industrial complex.
  13. The Cabbage Patch Godfather—who was given a deal he couldn’t refuse?
  14. In God’s Name explores the complex questions of our time through the intimate thoughts and beliefs of 12 of the world’s most influential spiritual leaders. ~ IMDb
  15. Interestingly, the movie about “12 of the world’s most influential spiritual leaders” did get made but what seems to be a movie about the Vatican banker who also worked for the Mafia, Michele Sindona, (likely based upon the Luigi DiFonzo book by the same title) did not.
  16. “Sandra Will-hyphen-no-hyphen-Carradine” is the ex-wife of actor Keith Carradine.  More shortly!
  17. Can someone please tell me how the past-tense of “plead” is “pleaded” and not “pled”?  That’s got to be some kind of insider lawyer (and “journalist”) f_ckery.
  18. Amyl nitrate is the aphrodisiac highly-prized by homosexual men because it also relaxed the rectum to facilitate sodomy.  The debilitating side-effects of heavy amyl nitrate use were spun by “Doctors” in the 80’s as indictive of “HIV/AIDS”.  Exactly what was Ms. Finn doing with these geeks?
  19. Go to the story link I provided and imagine these fat, naked asses walking down the middle of your street, in front of your kids, you calling the cops and being told, “I’m sorry.  There’s nothing we can do.”
  20. That’s twice as many as my public page before I was simply deleted without cause or arbitration.  The process I was given to dispute their censorship put me in a never-ending loop, which they probably thought was quite funny.  I’m not laughing even now.
  21. My Twatter-X account has not been censored but it is essentially so shadow-banned as to be just that.  The supposed buy-out by “Elon Musk” did absolutely nothing for me.
  22. The real reason homosexual Captain America Chris Evans replaced Tim Allen as “Buzz Lightyear” is because Director Angus MacLane felt Allen was “too goofy” for the part of a cartoon astronaut.  It has nothing to do with how Evans is a dutifully cowed little far-Left cuck for the rabid far-Left Machine of Diz-She and Allen still has a modicum of real Pig-Man in him…really!
  23. Ahh how we love the language of Rome!
  24. No less a source than the Washington Post proudly proclaims that Junior was at Georgetown Prep when he was informed that the CIA murdered his father.
  25. Any time an emotion is used as motive for action—such as “HATE” or even as a euphemism like the “‘Global’ War on TERROR”—know that you are being encouraged to switch off your brain and be prodded into the slaughter mill.
  26. I am vehemently against the use of honorifics like “Doctor” which is a Roman foil designed to disconnect critical thinking and immediately make you subservient to the saint in a white lab coat.  The Latin root has nothing to do with healing!  However I acknowledge Andy as a legitimate healer who goes to the extreme steps of experimenting with protocols even on himself!
  27. Each one of these physicians still has something in common that does serve the Roman Machine.  Can you guess what that is?
  28. “Personal Protective Equipment”
  29. Two things to note: this was not covered by “national” legacy media and “local” news is always an “affiliate” of that same “national” legacy media which means it will never go off script and give you real news.
  30. The fact that the Roman Catholic Church runs infrastructure—hospitals, schools and orphanages—from where it commits the most heinous of crimes from rape to torture to murder, with the collusion of secular governments everywhere, is a drop-the-mic fact for my entire enterprise.
  31. As usual, you have to put together the pieces yourself based on what the Legacy Media admits.  This 2004 report from The Guardian (guarding the Luciferian Elite and their status quo) admits that the “National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases” was funding pharmaceutical experiments on children at orphanages like the Roman Catholic “Incarnation Children’s Center” in New York City.  NIAID was then run by Anthony Fauci.
  32. Apparently, the “user” who is “editing” this entry is an unprofessional teenager who uses pseudonyms promoted by Legacy Media instead of real names.  You must follow the link to find that “Madam Alex” is Elizabeth Adams, a Filippino émigré.
  33. There is very little on Nagy, other than he was a Hungarian who died at 77 in 2015.  Hungary is now a nation dominated by apathy, agnosticism and atheism but right behind them, Roman Catholicism is still the primary religion amongst those who have one.
  34. Seriously: who wrote this?
  35. Was this necessitated by sagging body parts?  How is “retire” not in quotes?  Do you see why “Wikipedia” is the top return from “Google”?
  36. The only conclusion I can make is that a pimp, a pervert or an idiot “edited” this “entry”.
  37. “Madam” is a euphemism along the same lines as “mistress” and “affair” where sexual misconduct often of a heinous and predatory nature is given an alluring and positive spin.  There is nothing alluring or fun about women who market other women for sex, especially when so much of it is done as torture against their will.
  38. I’ve said repeatedly that the United States government has committed crimes against American citizens that our worst enemies could only dream of.  The only explanation for this that makes any sense is that it is a government that doesn’t answer to Americans, it answers to a malignant foreign sovereign State: Rome.
  39. You guessed it: Jewish.
  40. Wanna hazard a guess?  This one’s tricky.  Go to the bottom of the ex-Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Exec’s “user-edited Wikipedia” for the category “American people of German-Jewish descent”.
  41. NNDb is superior to “Wikipedia” but less powerful and has fewer details and as soon as the Machine gets around to it, NNDb will be gobbled up and corrupted just as “Wikipedia” and “YouTube” and (fill in the blank) have been.
  42. Gotta ask this: exactly how did he get caught?
  43. Again, I need to stress how this proves Roman Catholicism dominates all other powers in its control of infrastructure in “secular” nations especially the United States.  These are institutions from which the Catholic Church—often in collusion with those “secular governments”—commits crimes of systemic sexual abuse and mass murder.
  44. Jeremy is a mockery of pornography that would be ironically hilarious were it not such a malignant, harmful enterprise.
  45. Norquist’s 2004 marriage at 48 to a Palestinian Muslim has been great fodder for the “Global War on Terror” propaganda machine.  With such a late and politically-charged marriage one must ask, “Was it scripted?”
  46. He actually served 15.
  47. For ___ing real?  LA Weekly is such a painful-to-read sh*t-rag.
  48. SURPRISE!  Fields was never prosecuted.
  49. The brilliance that was Steven Mikulan is evidenced by must-reads such as How Yvette Vickers, a B-movie starlet who had appeared in Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, ended up mummified in her Los Angeles home last year.
  50. SURPRISE!  “über-agent” Michael Steven Ovitz is a Romanian Jew.
  51. Jew.
  52. Jew.  CEO of Paramount, dead before reaching 60.
  53. Conrad Hilton was too pleased to provide his castle to Roman Catholic Priests as a secluded place to rape young boys.
  54. Carradine is another generational Elite that has the access to fame you never will.
  55. Oh how the government loves to use the “Justice System” to buy itself plenty of “justice”.
  56. On 4 June 2009, David Carradine was found dead in his Bangkok, Thailand hotel room.  A high-profile Bangkok police investigation ruled the death “accidental suffocation due to auto-erotic asphyxiation, since there was no suicide note and he was found with a rope tied to both his neck and his genitals.”  Carradine was married an astounding five times and his ex-wife Marina Anderson acknowledged his extreme sexual deviancy but claimed his death may have been a robbery/murder.

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