Exposing Satanism, Child Abuse, and Murder in America's Heartland
By Ted L. Gunderson < Ted77@mail.com>
Feb. 15, 2004
Noreen Gosch, mother of a twelve year old
newspaper delivery boy who was kidnapped by a satanic coven abduction operation
in West Des Moines, Iowa on September 5, 1982 ( detailed in Why Johnny
Can't Come Home (2000) by Noreen Gosch), was interviewed on a radio talk
show hosted by Marty Stacey over KCRO radio
in Omaha, Nebraska on January 16, 2004. In the course of that radio interview,
Noreen stated that she had recently ran into the former mayor of West Des
Moines, George Mills, while shopping in a grocery store.
She had asked Mills of the current status of Orval Cooney,
Chief of Police in West Des Moines at the time of her son's kidnapping, and
of the former Chief of Police in Omaha, whose
role in covering up the pedophilic abuse of children by Omaha's rich and famous,
was exposed in John De Camp's 1992 book, The Franklin Cover-Up: Child
Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska (both Cooney and the chief of police had refused
to investigate the Johnny Gosch kidnapping case at the time of his kidnapping).
In their grocery store conversation, the formerWest Des Moines
mayor told Noreen Gosch that Chief of Police Cooney had attended some of the
secret pedophilic sex parties (involving satanic coven members and children)
that were taking place in the Omaha area at the time of her son's kidnapping.
A second guest on the radio talk show, Jim Rothstein, a former
New York City detective, also told the radio host that "certain people
from Omaha" were responsible for Johnny Gosch's kidnapping.
In less than 24 hours of the show's airing, the host, Marty
Stacey, was fired from his job. Stacey was told that a third party had called
the station and spoke with KRCO executives. Following the call, Stacey was
told that he no longer worked for KCRO radio.
On the morning following the broadcast, Noreen Gosch discovered
a full size, nude plastic sex doll- with a hole in its head-left at the front
door of her home.
On the second day following the broadcast, George Mills,
the former mayor of West Des Moines, Iowa with whom Noreen Gosch had spoken
with at the grocery store and whose conversation was recounted by Noreen during
her radio interview of January 16, had suddenly died under mysterious circumstances.
Further details to follow as they become available.
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