A recent set of scandals involving the Supreme Court of the United States has rocked the nation. However, these scandals are years old, all pushed off the mainstream news and social media by powerful organizations. Four of nine justices are involved, Thomas, Roberts, Kavanaugh and former Justice Scalia. Sources tell us two more are involved and that powerful oligarchs such as Elon Musk are being looked at as well. We begin.
A story tying Justice Clarence Thomas to a worldwide pedophile ring was published in varying media, including by Democratic Party publicists at Mideas Touch Network on or around April 10, 2023.
Curiously, all references to these stories once on Twitter involving Sara Ferguson, the Duchess of York, Trammell Crowe and a child sex-trafficking ring have been “disappeared.”
The ring was allegedly set up by the Duchess of Kent, according to sources:
DALLAS, TEXAS: Trammell Crow, a rich associate of Sarah Ferguson, has been charged with funding a sex trafficking organization. Crow, 72, with whom the Duchess of York reportedly had a friendship, is said to have provided funding for the operation. Trammell Crow: Sarah Ferguson’s billionaire associate accused of funding sex trafficking ring | MEAWW
However, within two days, the story disappeared. Radio and TV interviews related to the story were cancelled.
The information below can, for the most part, be confirmed through court documents and moderate research.
In 2016, Justice Anton Scalia died mysteriously at a secret but massive facility in the wastelands of Texas, just a short walk from a common illegal crossing into Mexico. The facility, tens of thousands of square feet, was festooned with satanic “art” lining the tiny bedrooms.
Scalia was suffocated, and those present were allowed by Texas Rangers to quietly pass police lines while investigators blocked any autopsy or forensic examination.
The more than two dozen present included, we are told, some of America’s most powerful and influential, including 6 United States Senators.
Hours before, Scalia was meeting with President Obama, who, according to sources, demanded his resignation after evidence was presented that tied Scalia to a human trafficking ring operating across the US at special facilities for certain elites.
Our sources tell us that Scalia promised Obama he would fly to Texas with his attorney and consult with GOP leaders before agreeing to step down and aid Obama in selecting an acceptable replacement that could be confirmed.
This part of the story began when Scalia’s name, according to sources, was found on the laptop of Sterling David Allen, admitted pedophile and alleged webmaster for a massive Freemason child sex-trafficking ring headquartered in Belgium.
Allen had posted a video on YouTube confessing to molesting children, leading to his arrest and the confiscation of his computer.
This author was directly involved in the investigation and arranged for FBI meetings with key individuals in Rome, including prominent scientist Mehran T. Keshe, who had seen Allen’s video confession.
Now, years later, that same Texas connection has manifested itself with another Supreme Court Justice, Clarence Thomas.
Behind the stories of Thomas and his wife receiving millions from Texas billionaire and right-wing extremist Trammell Crowe and were involved in certain alleged activities which include:
Sex parties with trafficked children at secret locations inside Texas and elsewhere
Parties were “protected” by Texas Rangers led by the head of Texas’ child trafficking investigation organization, Ranger Cody Mitchell, a close associate of Texas Governor Greg Abbott. (Source: Legal filing in California)
A number of physicians were involved, now facing prison, who supplied narcotics to keep trafficking victims compliant when threats by Texas Rangers weren’t enough. (Source: Legal Filings in California)
It is alleged that both Thomas and his wife were often at attendance at these satanic pedophile gatherings that were identical to those Scalia is alleged to have attended often.
Read the background to these allegations:
“In federal court documents filed in California, Dallas real estate heir and investor Trammell Crow Jr. is accused by two women of financially supporting and participating in an alleged human-trafficking ring that victimized them over the course of 12 years.
Last November, Julia Hubbard and Kayla Goedinghaus filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the Central District of California against dozens of individuals and businesses, including Crow and even a Texas Ranger sergeant named Cody Mitchell.
In their sworn complaint, Hubbard and Goedinghaus assert that a man named Richard Hubbard ran a human-trafficking operation, allegedly “with the essential financial assistance and influence” of billionaire Crow.
The two women allege that under the direction of Richard Hubbard, a psychologist, Dr. Benjamin Todd Eller, falsely claimed that they were ‘seriously psychiatrically troubled” in order to secure heavy dose prescriptions of ‘Xanax, Adderall, Oxycodone, Marinol, Soma, Lorazepam, Ambien, and Trazadone.’
While Eller was unable to write these prescriptions himself as a psychologist, a number of medical doctors reportedly participated in the scheme. The women claim they informed the medical doctors of their abuse, but none stopped or assisted them in any way.
Each of these healthcare providers is also named in the complaint.
These drugs were then allegedly used to control the women, and if they refused to participate in various sex acts were withheld or threatened to be withheld, causing the two to fear for their lives.
In their complaint, the women claim Crow ‘was a key’ to the scheme’s ‘existence and long-running success,’ which they assert began in 2010.
The women claim that in exchange for financial support, Richard Hubbard would ‘supply drugs for Crow’s parties, would force [Julia] Hubbard to have sex with Crow’s then-girlfriend in front of Crow…, would force Goedinghaus to have sex in front of Crow…, and would traffic other victims’ to Crow’s ‘Forced Sex Parties.’
Julia Hubbard also claims that she appealed to Crow directly to stop this abuse, but he “took no action” and instead served as the conduit to bring other ‘co-investors and clients’ into the scheme.
Among these alleged ‘co-investors’ was Coe Juracek, named as a senior managing director of Crow Holdings Capital in the court documents.
The complaint asserts that Juracek was ‘well compensated’ as an employee of Crow, ‘in part to maintain his silence regarding what he knew about Crow’s Forced Sex Parties.’
The women also claim that Richard Hubbard employed the services of Texas Ranger Cody Mitchell to threaten them with “arrests under false charges,” and discourage them from seeking the help of law enforcement.
Allegedly, Mitchell sent Richard Hubbard a photograph of him in his police cruiser with a bottle of alcohol and his penis exposed that was reportedly shown to the women as a threat.
One of Crow’s attorneys, Kenneth Stone, provided comment to The Sun, saying, ‘The story shared by the Plaintiffs is upsetting and paints a picture of numerous troubled and broken domestic relationships.’
He continued, ‘However, the account of events linking our client, and many others, to this story is both absurd and blatantly false.’
‘We are certain this will be made clear in future legal proceedings,’ he concluded.”
There is a massive gulf between what is reported in the media, what is taught in schools and what is true, in America and elsewhere. Just ask the French, they will tell you the Romans were really French while they whitewash their history from the mass killings of Huguenots to their century of slaughter across Africa and Southeast Asia.
For Americans, history is hopeless, no longer taught, the “woke” version began long before current social trends, glorifying a now centuries old shadow dictatorship at the hands of varying Freemason based groups disguised, sometimes Jewish, sometimes Catholic, sometimes pro-Nazi or even pro-Communist. Behind the scenes…there is only one.
Perhaps the most important organ of control in the US has always been the Supreme Court or SCOTUS, Supreme Court of the United States.
Several scandals have rocked the court recently. The most recent one but perhaps the least serious involves Justice Kavanaugh. What won’t be told is this; that now Justice Kavanaugh was part of the “Arkansas Project,” funded by extremist billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife who hired former Solicitor General Ken Star along with Kavanaugh to fabricate evidence of fraud by the Clinton family.
Investigative journalist Steve Kangas reported on allegations of numerous high-level crimes by Scaife, Starr and Kavanaugh but was later found dead in Scaife’s office building, a very unlikely suicide.
This is how Wikipedia calls it, an absurd smear job:
On February 8, 1999, Kangas was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a restroom on the 39th floor of the One Oxford Center, Pittsburgh, home to the offices of Richard Mellon Scaife. Kangas’ blood alcohol was 0.14 and his backpack contained 47 rounds of ammunition and a copy of Hitler’s Mein Kampf (is banned in Russia)
However, it was Scaife who was the admirer of Hitler as Scaife’s family, the infamous Mellon/Rothschild banking concern, which financed the rise of Hitler.
Read about how Mr. Kavanaugh got into the Supreme Court:
The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court in 2018 was one of the most contentious and divisive episodes in recent American history. Kavanaugh faced multiple allegations of sexual assault and misconduct from his high school and college years, which he vehemently denied. The Senate Judiciary Committee, led by Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, conducted a brief and limited investigation into the claims, and concluded that there was “no evidence” to support them. However, a new report by two New York Times reporters reveals that the investigation contained serious omissions and flaws, and that the FBI was made aware of but did not pursue a credible allegation against Kavanaugh from his freshman year at Yale University.
The report, based on the book “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation” by Robin Pogebrin and Kate Kelly, claims that a classmate of Kavanaugh named Max Stier witnessed him expose himself to a female student at a drunken dorm party in 1983. Stier, who later became a prominent lawyer and a member of the Federalist Society, a conservative legal group that strongly backed Kavanaugh’s nomination, notified senators and the FBI about the incident, but the FBI did not investigate it. The allegation is similar to the one made by Deborah Ramirez, another Yale classmate of Kavanaugh, who also accused him of exposing himself to her at another party. Ramirez’s claim was reported by The New Yorker during the confirmation process but was dismissed by Grassley as “uncorroborated” and “refuted by many who were there”.
The Times report also reveals that the Senate investigation into Ramirez’s allegation was incomplete and biased. The report prominently included an unfounded and unverified claim that Ramirez was “likely” mistaken in identifying Kavanaugh as her assailant, because another Yale student was allegedly known for such acts. The claim was sent to the committee by Joseph C Smith Jr, a Colorado-based attorney who was a friend and former colleague of Mike Davis, the lead counsel for Grassley. Smith also had ties to the Federalist Society and its co-founder Leonard Leo, who played a key role in shaping Trump’s judicial appointments. Smith based his claim on a photograph of another student exposing himself in his fraternity’s 1988 yearbook picture, even though that student was not attending Yale at the time of Ramirez’s alleged incident. The student, Jack Maxey, confirmed to The Guardian that he was still a senior in high school when Ramirez said she was assaulted by Kavanaugh.
The Times report also casts doubt on the credibility and impartiality of the FBI investigation into Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh attempted to rape her when they were teenagers at a house party in Maryland. Ford testified before the Senate committee in a dramatic and emotional hearing that captivated the nation. She said she was “100%” certain that Kavanaugh was her attacker, and that she feared for her life during the assault. Kavanaugh denied the allegation in an angry and defiant statement, accusing Democrats of orchestrating a “political hit” against him. He also denied any sexual misconduct involving Ford or Ramirez or any other woman.
The FBI was tasked with conducting a supplemental background check on Kavanaugh after Ford’s testimony, but according to Pogebrin and Kelly, the investigation was severely restricted by the White House and the Senate Republicans. The FBI did not interview Ford or Kavanaugh or dozens of potential witnesses who came forward with information or corroborating evidence. The FBI also did not follow up on leads or tips that were sent to its tip line or hotline. The FBI report was not made public, but only shown to senators in a secure room for a few hours before they voted on Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
The new revelations about the Senate and FBI investigations into Kavanaugh’s allegations raise serious questions about the integrity and legitimacy of his confirmation process and his seat on the Supreme Court. They also renew calls from some Democratic presidential candidates and activists for his impeachment or further inquiry. However, they also face strong opposition from Republicans and conservatives who defend Kavanaugh as an innocent victim of a smear campaign and a witch hunt. President Trump has expressed his unwavering support for Kavanaugh, calling him “an innocent man who has been treated HORRIBLY” and accusing Democrats of trying to “scare him into turning Liberal”. The controversy over Kavanaugh’s confirmation is likely to remain a divisive issue in American politics and society for years to come.
To follow is a short investigative report on Chief Justice John Roberts and his wife.
Note that in 2005, the Roberts court decision on Citizens United v. FEC legalized unregulated corporate contributions to American politicians. This led to a massive influx of organized crime capital into the US political system which, in turn, led to the takeover of the GOP by criminal elements tied to human and drug trafficking.
It was Roberts and his wife who were instrumental in hiring attorneys and filing the case which Roberts gleefully pushed through the court ringing in the last throes of American democracy. The report:
Justice John Roberts, the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court, is facing growing scrutiny over his potential conflicts of interest and ethical violations involving his wife, Jane Sullivan Roberts. Jane Roberts is a legal recruiter who has earned millions of dollars in commissions from placing lawyers at elite law firms, some of which have argued cases before her husband’s court. This raises serious questions about the impartiality and integrity of the chief justice and the Supreme Court as a whole.
According to a whistleblower complaint filed by Kendal Price, a former colleague of Jane Roberts at the recruiting firm Major, Lindsey & Africa, Jane Roberts made $10.3 million in commissions between 2007 and 2014 from placing lawyers at top law firms such as WilmerHale, Gibson Dunn, and Latham & Watkins. Price alleges that Jane Roberts used her influence and access as the spouse of the chief justice to solicit business from law firms and that her commissions depended on cultivating and capitalizing on relationships. Price also claims that Jane Roberts did not disclose her clients or earnings on financial disclosures and that John Roberts never recused himself from cases involving the law firms that paid her.
One example of a possible conflict of interest is the case of Dutra Group v. Batterton, in which the Supreme Court overturned a decision that found a WilmerHale client potentially liable for punitive damages. Price alleges that Jane Roberts received $350,000 for placing former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar at WilmerHale. John Roberts was in the majority that ruled in favor of the WilmerHale client.
Another example is the case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in which the Supreme Court struck down limits on corporate spending in elections. Jane Roberts reportedly placed several lawyers at Gibson Dunn, the law firm that represented Citizens United. John Roberts was also in the majority that ruled in favor of Citizens United.
These examples raise doubts about whether John Roberts can be trusted to uphold the rule of law and protect the public interest. They also undermine the credibility and legitimacy of the Supreme Court, which is supposed to be an independent and impartial branch of government. As Bennett Gershman, a law professor and ethics expert, wrote in a memo supporting Price’s complaint, “The appearance of impropriety created by these facts is undeniable and unacceptable”.
Some lawmakers and activists have called for John Roberts to testify before Congress or resign over these allegations. Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) said, “The marble pillars of the Supreme Court and platitudes about its independence no longer provide refuge. He must face the nation”. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) tweeted, “This seems bad”. However, John Roberts has refused to cooperate with any inquiry or investigation into his wife’s activities. He declined an invitation to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee and attached a statement of ethics that he said all current members of the Supreme Court subscribe to.
John Roberts is not the only Supreme Court justice whose spouse has sparked ethics concerns. Justice Clarence Thomas’s wife, Ginni Thomas, is an activist and lobbyist who has received gifts and donations from Republican megadonors such as Harlan Crow. Justice Neil Gorsuch sold a property to a law firm executive who had business before his court . These cases show a pattern of corruption and cronyism that threatens to erode public trust in the judiciary.
The Supreme Court is supposed to be above politics and personal interests. However, the allegations against Justice Roberts and his wife suggest otherwise. They reveal a disturbing lack of transparency, accountability, and integrity among some of the highest judges in the land. They also call for urgent reforms to ensure that the Supreme Court upholds its ethical standards and serves justice for all.
Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War that has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades and consulted with governments challenged by security issues. He’s a senior editor and chairman of the board of Veterans Today, especially for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook