John DeCamp Dies at Age 76

John DeCamp Dies at Age 76

John DeCamp passed away Thursday, July 27, 2017.

John DeCamp 2007

John DeCamp has passed. May he finally find relief from years of excruciating pain from a back injury suffered in Viet Nam. One of the brightest men I have known, his cognitive abilities deteriorated after a head-on car collision in 2011 [READ MORE]. He also reportedly suffered from Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and resided in a VA hospital for his last 2 years.
The Omaha World-Herald’s obituary for John started and ended with sharp criticism. [READ]. It completely omitted what John is most noted for: obtaining a million dollar judgment awarded to Paul Bonacci in the Franklin Credit Union scandal. And it glossed over his seminal book, “The Franklin Cover-Up,” without even referencing the title.
I thought I’d set the record straight. I rather liked the man. He had me over for Superbowl. He invited me to his home for filming of a planned remake of “Conspiracy of Silence” with interviewer Nick Bryant, and producer Robert Altman’s son Bobby. He invited me to his Friday ritual of buying drinks at the local bar. He was so dominant a presence in his tiny town 20 miles south of Lincoln, Nebraska that the mayor adopted the campaign slogan “Take Clatonia Back” [from John DeCamp].

I witnessed John’s acts of kindness. After John’s good friend, Ted Gunderson, lured a couple to John’s town with promises of helping them start a website, he left them penniless and homeless. DeCamp came to their aid with food and shelter. I admired DeCamp for that. But years later, this same couple soured on DeCamp, alleging financial fraud and nefarious sexual activities, which I do not feel free to elaborate on here. It is true that DeCamp was known for propositioning most females who had personal contact with him, myself included. I declined.

When Ted passed away, his family could not afford burial, so John stepped up and covered Ted’s final expenses.

Regardless of your opinion on John’s personal life, we can be forever grateful to him for his book, and for exposing pedophilia and corruption among the rich and powerful.

I interviewed John in 2007:


In my interview, John boasted an impressive list of accomplishments: being mentored by CIA Director William Colby, having lunch with Colby and Henry Kissinger at the Second Paris Peace Talks, being honored at the Kennedy Center for his Operation Babylift, which adopted @ 3,000 Amerasian children from Viet Nam, participating in several high-profile legal cases, and withdrawing cold-turkey from an Oxycontin addiction.

But John was also surrounded by darkness. Since my interview, I conducted deeper investigations into John’s involvement with the CIA’s Operation Gladio and his many high-profile cases: the first lawsuit brought against the Catholic Archdiocese for pedophilia; the Oklahoma City Bombing, the Franklin Coverup, and the Columbine shootings. In each of these cases, John was one of only a few witnesses to exclusive evidence which was then buried from public view forever. In the Franklin Cover-up, the original video testimonies of 80 children were turned over to John’s friend, Ted Gunderson, who ensured that they passed from official record into the private hands of Ed Weaver, of the Nebraska Leadership Conference, where they apparently disappeared.
Something about John’s involvement in these matters was not entirely on the up-and-up.

Many political cartoons from local newspapers, featured on a wall in DeCamp Legal’s law office, suggest that John worked for the globalist bankers. One showed DeCamp beside a grave marked “Video Slot Machines R.I.P” and an Igor-style gravedigger asking “Do you really think we can bring it back to life, Dr. DeCampenstein?”

John told me his favorite showed him being resurrected as Banking Committee Chairman after being buried several times. This suggests that John was kept in office by some powerful bankers because he served their interests.

I don’t believe John will be jumping back out of the grave this time. John, may you find the peace you deserve, whatever that may be.

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