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The Conspiracy of Silence: Pedophila

“Conspiracy of Silence” is a 56-minute unreleased documentary film produced by Yorkshire Television in 1994. The subject of the film was an alleged child sexual abuse ring involving a number of prominent Nebraska businessmen and politicans, including Lawrence King, an Omaha banker, political fundraiser and convicted felon. This extended to Washington, D.C.

The documentary was scheduled for broadcast in the United States on cable outlet Discovery Channel on May 3, 1994. However, it was never aired. Proponents of the film claim that it was withdrawn due to political pressure; and neither Yorkshire Television nor Discovery Channel commented officially on why it was not aired.

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  • Allhandsondeck

    When the pizza establishment owner’s libel suit papers hit your door, I’ll be one of the first to contribute to the fund.

    • If they can find me, I will make it the trial of the century, mark my words.

    • Torchy Blane

      These people published horrible, perverted social media posts involving this pizza parlor and children. TNN didn’t even curate the more graphic posts. Mainstream media over the years alluded to “distasteful” activities at this place. Yet, TNN, a blog site, merely dared to gather what had already been self-published by these various actors and question it. You think this is illegal? Think again. TNN can curate, analyze, question and comment on what it finds around the Web on the publisher’s own personal not-for-profit blog page. Meanwhile, you are what is known as an enabler. Whether you’re enabling mere perversion or pedophilia remains unknown at this time. For the sake the children, I sincerely hope it’s the former and not the latter.

  • Rufus Peckham

    The Wikipedia article on this case is much much smaller than it originally was back in 2008. It used to be a tome with all of the details and power players. Now the wiki page is a few short paragraphs.