The Octopus: Secret Government and the Death of Danny Casolaro

The Octopus: Secret Government and the Death of Danny Casolaro

Kenn Thomas

Language: English

Pages: 237

ISBN: 0922915911

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The primary conspiracy of the late 20th century.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

embezzled b y the partnership called Bingo Palace Inc.13 Alvarez knew what he was getting into, ho wever. He had told the Indio Daily News, “My life is on the line.There are people out there [on the reservation] that want to kill me.” According to Riconosciuto, “ Alvarez was pr esent at all the meetings, and he was gung-ho behind N ichols, and ev erything that was going on ther e. OK? We were all red-blooded Americans, and we believed in the things that were going on! The way things w ere shaping

what you will learn in this true crime narrative is a massive unraveling of modern history’s most incredible puzzles.”7 ———— 1. DiRienzo, p. 8; “Shadow Justice,” Unclassified, Vol. 3, No. 3, 1991. 2. Linsalata. 3. Ridgeway and Vaughan, p. 35. 4. Lane, Mark, Plausible Denial, New York: Thunder’s Mouth, 1992. 5. Ridgeway and Vaughan, p. 35. 6. Ibid. 7. Casolaro’s notes. 65 V Chapter 13: The Octopus Danny Casolaro never lived to tell the full story of the Octopus. He left us with only drafts

Department and their involvement in the matter. Apparently he was very close to obtaining that information. 128 INSLAW AND THE LAW We do not agree with the consensus of opinion among the reporters who looked into this matter, that Casolaro committed suicide. Casolaro was murdered by agents of the Justice department to insure his silence. The entire matter was handled internally by Justice, and our agency was not involved.19 ———— 1. Mahar, Maggie, “What Really Sparked the Vendetta Against

“Federal Corruption,” Napa Sentinel, March 12, 1991. 13. The Inslaw Affair, Investigative Report By The Committee On The Judiciary, 102nd Congress, 2nd Session, House Report 102-857, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, September 10, 1992. 14. Frievogel, William and Casmier, Stephen, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 18, 1993 15. Washington Post, May 29, 1993. 16. Bleifuss, Joel, “Inslaw Breakers,” In These Times, August 9, 1993. 17. Bleifuss, p. 12. 18. Richardson, Elliot L., et. al.,

Department agent P eter Videnieks had threatened him if he cooperated with a House Judiciary Committee investigation of I nslaw.1 The following text of the affidavit pr ovides a toe-hold for Danny Casolaro’s research: I, MICHAEL J. RICONOSCIUTO, being duly sworn, do hereby state as follows: 1. During the early 1980s, I served as the Director of Research for a joint venture between the Wackenhut corporation of Coral Gables, Florida, and the Cabazon Band of Indians of Indio, California. The joint

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