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The Franklin Scandal A Story of Powerbrokers Child AbuseBetrayal A chilling expos of corporate corruption and government cover ups this account of a nationwide child trafficking and pedophilia ring in the United States tells a sordid tale of corruption in high pla

  • Title: The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child AbuseBetrayal
  • Author: Nick Bryant
  • ISBN: 9780977795352
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A chilling expos of corporate corruption and government cover ups, this account of a nationwide child trafficking and pedophilia ring in the United States tells a sordid tale of corruption in high places The scandal originally surfaced during an investigation into Omaha, Nebraska s failed Franklin Federal Credit Union and took the author beyond the Midwest and ultimatelyA chilling expos of corporate corruption and government cover ups, this account of a nationwide child trafficking and pedophilia ring in the United States tells a sordid tale of corruption in high places The scandal originally surfaced during an investigation into Omaha, Nebraska s failed Franklin Federal Credit Union and took the author beyond the Midwest and ultimately to Washington, DC Implicating businessmen, senators, major media corporations, the CIA, and even the venerable Boys Town organization, this extensively researched report includes firsthand interviews with key witnesses and explores a controversy that has received scant media attention.

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    1. Just like "The Franklin Cover Up" by John DeCamp this book is hard to put down. The tales they describe are horrific at best. They definitely will haunt you. Nonetheless, I feel every American should read both these books.When I first read about the Franklin issue on the internet I thought it was merely conspiracy theory. After reading "The Franklin Cover Up" and now this book, I'm convinced it's all true. There's enough evidence that can be corroborated and verified!!I guess I've been naive in [...]

    2. It's all so heartbreaking and horribly true. Every person interested in the United States government, the Bush family, the CIA, or "Satanic Panic" needs to read this.It continues with #pizzagate nowadays. The players change, but not "the game."May God save us.

    3. This book is absolutely devastating. Bryant is a profession journalist, but after deciding to do an article on the infamous Franklin scandal, no editors would take his story. As his research is top notch, and he presents a load of documentation to prove that Larry King et al. WERE involved in the rape, torture, selling, and murder of children (with strong indications of CIA involvement for purposes of blackmail), the only possible reason besides government intervention is the fact that people do [...]

    4. One of the most important pieces of investigative journalism in the past decade is also one of the best written.An extremely well researched, sourced and written chronicle of the cover-up of a pedophile ring involving key members of the national political scene, understanding this book is key understanding how things now operate in Washington and international politics: Severely compromised politicians with perverse sexual interests are blackmailed by sinister forces to do their bidding. It's a [...]

    5. I need a drink, no multiple drinks after that one. This is a much more thorough look at the events than Decamps book about the fall of the franklin credit union and the terrible shit that was discovered. If you want a dark look into the lengths the rich and powerful go to to hide their awful actions this is a must read. Order a bottle of whiskey with it.

    6. Must read expose on the truth of human trafficking, abuse, and corruption in all levels of government and society. I'm not a good enough writer to explain the importance of this story. The truth is that this goes on, and yes, even in America.

    7. A really hard read, it's very well written, but the subject matter is truly disturbing. Without a background understanding in psychopathy, especially how they behave sexually, its difficult to grasp the seriousness of the subject matter.

    8. This book is a must read for all of America. I first learned of the scandal after watching a documentary on Netflix entitled "Who Took Johnny." The documentary fascinated me because I remember the Johnny Gosch case, even though I was a young person myself at the time of his abduction. In the documentary, Paul Bonacci claims to assisted in the abduction. Further research, led me to "The Franklin Scandal." The first reason this story intrigues me, it involves Omaha, NE which is two and a half hour [...]

    9. I recently heard Noreen Gosch speak on Iowa Public Radio. There is a new documentary out, regarding her son Johnny Gosch, who disappeared while delivering newspapers as a boy in Des Moines. The film is only in limited release (I hope to see it this weekend in Des Moines!) I heard Noreen reference this book, in her interview on IPR. What she said was so compelling, that I had to read it. Yes Virginia, there is an Evil that is under our radar, stretching from Smalltown U.S.A. to the rich and power [...]

    10. Wow is all I can say. I was a kid at that time growing up in that area. I'm heartbroken that it took place at all but also that it took place in my home town. What a cover up. Shame on you who did it! My heart aches for the kid victims. The book was long but it needed to be. I think the author did a good job portraying this event.

    11. This book was mortifying and frankly, unbelievably horrific. I'm not going to say that I accept everything in here as fact, but there's a lot of evidence that Bryant presents that suggests that many of the events did in fact occur. Truly sad.

    12. This book picks up the evidence and data that John DeCamp laid out and further opens up more documentation, data, and solid evidence. The sheer amount of documentation on this subject far outweighs the evidence needed in a court of law to gain a 'Guilty' ruling. This book helped me explain to many of my friends and family members regarding a subject that is usually dismissed without investigation or even a cursory Google search. John DeCamp and Nick Bryant should be commended.

    13. Wow. I knew that this sort of thing has happened and is still happening still crazy to read such a detailed account of it.Bryant is a meticulous researcher, a meticulous investigative journalist, whose #1 priority is to report the facts as accurately as possible, with as little bias as possible. And so the court scenes are extremely detailed accounts of what really happened -- including verbatim quotes from the judge, the prosecution, etc. I found myself getting frustrated with Bryant sometimes [...]

    14. Very thorough, layered and at times captivating. However, a lot of the information needs to be confirmed by looking through the sources on your own to really confirm the belief that many of the events in this book happened. The other downside is that it tends to be repetitive once it's main point becomes stated.

    15. This level of corruption and coverup raises a number of questions about how our leaders in govt and media may be compromised and controlled. CIA covered up "The Finders" and the FBI covered up "Franklin".

    16. wow, people are ruined, killed, and their souls stripped of humanity, and these disgusting men and women thrive. after reading what is done I need several showers. .

    17. Why the Pentagon needs to be besieged with three million shamans with sage bombs and a few thousand exorcists in tow.

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