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Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 7 Num. 54

("Quid coniuratio est?")

[ Note: I received the following fax from Sherman Skolnick, and am publishing it at the request of both Mr. Skolnick and Conspiracy Nation editor-in-chief Brian Redman. Brian wishes me to inform you that his computer is in the shop and he will be back on-line soon. Meanwhile I will post stories for Brian, only at his request, from my own terminal. - Richard Ginn <> for CyberNews. ]


by Sherman H. Skolnick - April 2, 1996

A court proceeding in Chicago requires an investigation of several federal judges and a Congressman implicated in a 47 million dollar embezzlement apparently done by Bill and Hillary Clinton. The demand, requiring a court investigation, was filed in a pending case which charges top U.S. Treasury and Justice Department officials with massive corruption; case No. 92 C 7048, in the U.S. District Court in Chicago.

Among the details in the Federal Court record:

  1. That an IRS official in Chicago, in the Criminal Investigation Division, in an undisputed confession, stated that her bosses in the IRS were implicated in covering up a secret transfer to Little Rock, Arkansas, of 50 million dollars of federal savings and loan bail-out funds. The purpose: To cover up the apparent embezzlement of 47 million dollars from Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan done by Bill and Hillary Clinton.
  2. That to benefit the Clintons, the matter was covered up by the Acting Inspector General of the U.S. Treasury Department, Robert Cesca, described in court as having been "the highest U.S. official acting on behalf of the traditional Mafia". That instead of punishing him, as outlined in a Congressional report, "corrupt officials like Cesca were promoted, condoned, and approved".
  3. Hearing the corruption case against the IRS and the Justice Department, pending since 1992, has been Chicago Federal District Judge Wayne R. Andersen [ (312) 435-7619 ], and acting under his supervision, Chicago Magistrate Judge Joan H. Lefkow [ (312) 435-5832 ].
  4. That acting under a malign and corrupt influence, Judge Andersen, after ordering discovery process to proceed, blocked discovery of further details of corruption against the top officials of Justice and the IRS.
  5. That the Clinton White House, to block inquiry through court processes, was controlling the situation; in that Lefkow was in the process of being promoted from Magistrate to District Judge, by Clinton, while the discovery process in court was pending. The appointment and confirmation process of Lefkow, was manipulated by top Clinton Justice Department official Sheila Foster Anthony, sister of Clinton White House deputy counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr., and the plaintiffs in the case before Judge Andersen and Magistrate Lefkow were instrumentally involved in investigating what they believed was the murder of Foster.

Sheila Foster Anthony's husband, Beryl Anthony, former Arkansas congressman, is a top dog in the District of Columbia office of the law firm Winston & Strawn, the chairman of which is former Illinois Governor Jim Thompson. Part of the details of the pending corruption case is that a secret unit of that law firm is implicated in massive smuggling into the U.S. through the Chicago area of "China White" high purity heroin. That Judge Andersen and his magistrate Lefkow have blockaded the discovery process in the pending case so as to stop these matters from coming out.

6. Assisting the cover up of the corruption, through a related case, has been Judge Andersen's close crony, Chicago Federal District Judge George W. Lindberg, long-time top official of John Reid and Associates, "lie box" (polygraph) experts whose principal client has been the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.

7. Among other things, Judge Andersen has concealed that he is a close crony of Chicago-area Congressman Henry J. Hyde who has been assisting in the cover up of corruption in the IRS and the Justice Department. (Hyde is now chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, supposed to be interested in misconduct by federal judges.)

Pending since 1993 against Hyde has been a suit by the federal savings and loan bail-out agency, Resolution Trust Corporation, charging Hyde with misconduct causing the downfall of Clyde Savings and Loan Association of which Hyde had been a director. Case No. 93 C 2477, Chicago Federal District Court. Contrary to the U.S. Constitution During the course of the pending suit against Hyde, there was a danger of records coming out showing Clyde S&L being used by CIA, through Hyde, to launder CIA covert funds. (Similar details are in Pete Brewton's book, "The Mafia, the CIA, and George Bush".) Because of this, a CIA attorney was quietly brought into the case, and the Judge ordered all the records to be kept secret.

8. Another reason Judge Andersen and his Magistrate Lefkow have blockaded discovery and other processes in the pending corruption case involves William R. Hogan, Jr., an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Chicago, on administrative leave since 1993. The Justice Department has tried hard, to keep secret the proceedings against Hogan who the Justice Department has charged with misconduct as a federal prosecutor in dope cases.

Hogan seeks to counter-charge that the Justice Department is covering up a scandal in which three Chicago Federal District Judges took bribes, as well as bribes taken by three Federal Circuit Judges on the Federal Appeals Court in Chicago.

9. The court pleading in the pending corruption case against Justice and the IRS was filed April 1, 1996, by two plaintiffs in the case, Sherman H. Skolnick, heading a court reform group, and his associate, Joseph Andreuccetti. Skolnick and Andreuccetti ask for a faraway judge to hear the matter and purge the court records of judgments, orders, and decrees corruptly entered by Judges Andersen, Lindberg, and Magistrate Lefkow. Skolnick says wide publicity of the situation may deter the local federal judges from trying to scare them with false charges of contempt.

Mr. Skolnick since 1963, founder/chairman, Citizen's Committee to Clean Up the Courts, researching and disclosing judicial corruption and political murders. His comments can be heard on a regular phone number recording: (312) 731-1100, 24 hrs/day. Office: 8am to midnight, 7 days (312) 375-5741, 9800 So. Oglesby, Chicago, Illinois 60617-4870.