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HOMOSEXUAL CHILD PROSTITUTION RING INVOLVING GEORGE BUSH SR. ARCHIVE OF PUBLISHED ARTICLES OF YET ANOTHER OF MASSIVELY SUPPRESSED STORY INVOLVING THE FAMILY WHO IS ABOVE ALL LAWS - THE BUSHES
In the high stakes world of global politics, it is common practice to procure sexual favors in the hopes to gain leverage or to gain power through blackmail. It's done all the time. The Soviets did it. The Americans do it, and many other countries as well. This following is the bizarre and very real child sexual prostitution ring involving the Republican elite of Washington. And the trail leads right up to George H. W. Bush. Read the chilling story.
SEX AND THE CAPITAL
KARLYN BARKER, WASHINGTON POST, JULY 24, 1990: The alleged leader of what authorities have called the largest
male prostitution operation in the Washington area surrendered to federal agents
yesterday and pleaded not guilty to racketeering charges that have been filed
against him and three alleged accomplices. Henry W. Vinson, 29, of Williamson,
W.Va., a coal miner's son accused of setting up the homosexual escort service,
was arraigned in U.S. District Court here yesterday afternoon after turning
himself in to Secret Service agents . . . At a news conference after the
arraignment, [U.S. Attorney Jay] Stephens said the investigation into the
alleged prostitution ring "is concluded" and that the indictment,
which was unsealed yesterday, focused on those who allegedly set up the ring
rather than on clients who reportedly patronized it. Asked about earlier reports
that some of those clients included high-level officials in the Reagan and Bush
administrations, Stephens said the investigation had not revealed
"additional conduct which suggests criminal conduct on behalf of other
people." . . . The Vinson case provoked additional notice after The
Washington Times published reports last summer suggesting that the alleged
prostitution ring had been patronized by government officials. The Times named
as clients several low-level government employees and Craig J. Spence, a
Washington lobbyist and party-giver who, the paper said, took friends and
prostitutes on late-night tours of the White House. Spence was found dead in a
Boston hotel room last fall, and authorities ruled his death a suicide . . . To
date, however, investigators have disclosed no evidence linking any high-level
government official to the escort service.
THE ARTICLES BELOW CHRONICLE THE VERY REAL BEHAVIOR OF THE POWER ELITE IN AMERICA
In which we hear of the appointment of a coroner who had been convicted of bribery and who supposedly had been married to a Henry Vinson,
a mortician who had operated a "call boy" service utilized by
White House officials
This is the hook into a long story.
We now turn to some news stories that appeared in the Washington Times more than a decade ago, but apart from a few having to do with Barney Frank,
these stories have never generated much attention. We then recover as full a
story as can be constructed from accounts in the press, in chronological
In which we see Henry Vinson's name first surface, along with Robert Chambers, a funeral director, who operated a call boy network that laundered
money through umbrella organizations in the District of Columbia area,
Florida, Kentucky and West Virginia.
In which we learn of Craig J. Spence, who arranged midnight tours of the White House, threw lavish parties for the famous and powerful where
cocaine was generously served, spent $20,000 a month on male prostitutes
from a D.C. prostitution ring, and bragged of connections to the CIA, whom
he worried might kill him and then make it look like a suicide.
In which we learn that President Bush followed the story, and that a Uniformed Division officer of the Special Service, Reginald deGueldre,
arranged the midnight White House tours for Craig Spence and two male
prostitutes, and was moonlighting as Spence's bodyguard.
In which we learn that Craig Spence brought a 15-year old boy on at least one of his midnight tours of the White House, that Spence asked
detailed questions about the Delta Force operations, that he partied with
former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova and his wife, Victoria Toensing, and
that he bragged of having blackmailed a high-ranking Japanese politician,
In which we hear of the connections between Motoo Shiina, groomed to be a future prime minister of Japan, and Craig Spence: how Spence had made
more than $700,000 from Shiina's Policy Study Group, and how Spence had
refused to pay back a loan made by Shiina for the purchase of Spence's
In which we learn that First Lady Barbara Bush was not concerned about the security questions raised by midnight White House tours, but did think
it good that the Washington Post had not followed the Times' story.
In which we hear that, contrary to earlier White House claims, 1 a.m. tours were "totally out of the ordinary." We also learn that
Spence introduced a 15-year old boy to Ted Koppel in the Nightline studio
right before one of the tours.
In which a woman who worked for one of the prostitution rings linked to Spence claimed she worked a party held at the Australian embassy. She
also claimed that one of her military clients told her Spence was
In which we learn that Spence has disappeared, but has told his friends not to take any account of his death at face value. We also discover
that Ted Koppel is a longtime friend, and that the Special Service is not as
interested in credit card fraud as they are in Spence's military and
More from Craig Spence's interview. Highlights include his hint that Donald Gregg arranged the late-night White House tours. Spence also speaks
of more significant secrets that he plans to take to the grave.
The only story that received much attention. A male prostitute, identified by the alias Greg Davis, entertained clients in the apartment of
Rep. Barney Frank. Frank admitted having a relationship with the prostitute,
but denied knowledge of the use of his apartment for illicit purposes.
In which Stephen L. Gobie, whose professional name in the underground prostitute trade is "Greg Davis," insists that Rep. Barney Frank
knew of the use of his apartment as a base for prostitution. Gobie also
reveals that one of his clients was Craig Spence.
Craig Spence is found dead in a Boston hotel room. Near his body is a newspaper clipping that details legislative efforts to protect CIA agents
called to testify before government bodies. Friends of Spence reported that
he had claimed the CIA used the call boy service to compromise other federal
intelligence officials and foreign diplomats. One friend quoted Spence as
saying, "Casey's boys are out to get me,"
In which we learn how slow had been the federal investigation into the allegations swirling around Craig Spence. Spence himself had been handed a
subpoena more than two months before his death, but was never called to
testify. Officials of the Reagan and Bush administrations, identified in The
Times as having used the call-boy service, had not even been contacted by
law enforcement officials. One witness reported: "They asked me what I
thought Spence wanted to know about the Delta project."
In which other prostitutes corroborate Gobies' claims that Rep. Barney Frank knew of his use of the congressman's apartment for use as a bordello.
Gobie also claims that Craig Spence was one of his clients and had tried to
recruit him to help "in a sordid scheme to blackmail the powerful
politicians invited to his lavish parties." Gobie claimed that Mr.
Spence said to him, "Do you know what kind of power you can have over
people if you've got something on them? . . . I need boys and girls for
people in government and high-level businessmen for my parties, for
individuals, for whatever comes up."
Returning full circle to the Mingo case, we find the newly appointed medical examiner of Mingo County arguing that the fact that she is a
physician argues in favor of her having the position over the previous
nominee, a funeral home owner. Shafer argues: "A physician has nothing
to gain from a suicide. A mortician does. He would probably process the body
for burial," she said. "I don't think it's [the funeral industry]
a charity business." Ironically, Shafer's "husband" is Henry
Vinson, a former mortician and coroner who is linked, as we saw above, to
the child sex ring scandals. We also learn that his lawyer is the legal
commentator Greta van Susteren.
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