Justice for Johnny Gosch
America's Human Trafficking Tragedy
SUSPECTS
ORGANIZERS

Lt. Col. Michael Aquino
Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer and CIA Analyst


"Paul Bonacci and other child victims have given evidence in great depth on the central role of Lt. Col. Michael Aquino in this depravity. Aquinio, alleged to have recently retired from an active military role, was long the leader of an Army psychological warfare section which drew on his 'expertise' and personal practices in brainwashing, Santanism, Nazism, homosexual pedophilia and murder."
- The Franklin Cover-up, page 328

"According to Johnny Gosch and at least three others. It was Aquino, who picked him up and paid for him in Sioux City weeks after he was kidnapped. Referred to as the 'Col.'...Reports have connected him to Johnny Gosch, Eugene Martin, Jacob Watterling and other Mid-western boys. All kidnapped to participate in a government program designed to create the perfect vessel for sabotage for blackmail and for murder. To accomplish this...They had to be subjected to satanic programming which created MPD or DID (Multiple Personality Disorder or Dissociate Identity Disorder) which provided more than just Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde but a series of personalities suited to a variety of assignments."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 223

Lawrence E. King
Former Franklin Credit Union Manager


"Paul Bonacci lived thru hell. In granting him a million dollar judgment against an imprisoned Larry King. Judge Urbom declared, 'He has suffered burns, broken fingers, beatings of the head and face and other indignities over a period of eight years. He gave up a desired military career and received threats on his life. He is a victim of multiple personality disorder, involving as many as fourteen distinct personalities. Judge Urbom stated: the plaintiff was subjected to repeated sexual assault, false imprisonment, infliction of extreme emotional distress, organized and directed satanic rituals, forced the plaintiff to scavenge for children to be a part of the defendant King's sexual abuse and pornography ring, forced the plaintiff to engage in numerous sexual contacts with the defendant King and others and participate in deviate sexual games and masochistic orgies with other minor children."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 145
OFFICIALS

Orval Cooney
Former West Des Moines, Iowa Police Chief [DECEASED]


"As the people searched throughout the day, the police were not helpful in any way in organizing the search or directing it. It was a do it yourself project. One search team after another would return to the house to give us a report. The report was the same at each search site...the police chief [Cooney] would arrive use a loud speaker and say to the crowd: Go home folks, the kid is probably just a damn runaway."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 5

Robert C. Wadman
Former Omaha, Nebraska Police Chief


[Troy Boner Steps Forward] "What I told Gary Caradori in the original taped interviews Gary had with me was the truth. It is still the truth. From about age 14 to 17, I was seriously involved in sexual and drug and related activities with a wide range of individuals but primarily and specifically Alan Baer, Larry King, Robert Wadman, Peter Citron, Eugene Mahoney, and others of prominence and wealth whom I will identify for any legitimate investigative officials who  seriously wish to correct the problems and stop the conduct these individuals are and were engaged in rather than cover up that conduct."
- The Franklin Cover-up, page 308

"Robert Wadman according to Senator Loren Schmit and the Nebraska Franklin Investigation was a major figure in pedophile activity in the Omaha area as well as a major figure in the cover up. Shortly after the legislature had formed the Franklin Investigative Committee, Schmit received a threatening phone call from Wadman stating: I've got something on you.
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 201

FBI


"The Police Chief [Orval Cooney] kept telling me that the FBI would not be entering the case. I decided to call the local FBI office and request an agent to come to my home. They sent Special Agents Ed Mall and David Oxler. When they arrived they sat down at the table and told me they would not be entering the case because, in their words WE HAVE NO CRIME. I responded, I have no son, he was kidnapped, you have all the information from the witnesses, kidnapping is a Federal Crime. The agents informed me the Police Chief, Orval Cooney had briefed them telling them there was no need for them to enter the case."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 8

"The day came when America's Most Wanted were about to air the program. I received another call from Paul Sparrow saying the FBI contacted them and told them to KILL THE GOSCH STORY."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 134

CIA


"I realized this young man [Paul Bishop] was definitely part of a powerful organization, which has the ability to gather extremely detailed intelligence data on ordinary people. So I listened intently to what he was proposing. He explained that I would be asked to supply information, give frequent press conferences to keep Johnny's story alive, so they could continue to pursue the investigation (supposedly?). He asked to travel, giving presentations about the case and sharing information from private investigative reports. How ironic the local police and the FBI were not interested but the CIA was. He claimed the CIA was in the process of investigating a very large organization, responsible for kidnapping children in our country and internationally (See The Finders).
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 61

KIDNAPPERS

Emilio
[DECEASED]


"The official description of this suspect is as follows: 5'9', 175 lbs., dark eyes, black eyebrows, older, early to mid 40's (in the 1982 time frame), black hair, combed back, full in back, black mustache, heavy beard or unshaven apperance, Latin appearance. This man may be driving a two tone blue car, real dark top and light blue bottom-mid size-1979 to 1981 model-clean inside and outside-no vinyl top-plush interior-Iowa plate."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 110

"The man called Emilio was part of a highly organized national and international kidnapping ring...[Paul Bonacci] Emilio used to tell me all kinds of things like how they could get away with kidnapping kids and sell them out of the country. He said most of the kids were sold in Las Vegas at a ranch he took me to one time for an auction. I went with him to Toronto several times where boys were sold. I saw a few girls once in a while. He said virgins could bring as much as $50,000. They called the boys toys, used toys brought in money but not as much...Most boys were sold out of America cause it's harder to find them. The men who bought them had planes and could transport them easily."
- The Franklin Cover-up, page 234

"Paul Bonacci comments that Emilio, who was in charge of the kidnapping of Johnny Gosch, bragged: The FBI lets me do whatever I want with children."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 205

Tony


"When they pulled up along side Johnny sitting in his wagon, Paul and Mike started to talk to him to lure him over to the car. They opened up the car door. Paul said a man named Tony had been told to come from behind Johnny and push him into the car. Paul and Mike held Johnny down and placed a cloth with chloroform over Johnny's face, as Emilio ran the stop sign and turned left onto 42nd Street and headed towards the Interstate 80."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 131

Charles A. Kerr
[DECEASED]


"There was a very strange outcome of one of the leads, involving John Gosch. The lead was about a man near Sioux City, Iowa, which Paul Bonacci had identified as 'Charlie' and being part of the kidnapping. It seemed Charlie owned the house on a farm, where they took Johnny after he was kidnapped. It was there he was molested repeatedly on film. Charlie's house was a 'safe house' so to speak, a 'way station' for the kidnapped children. Before they were sold off to their 'pedophile buyer/owners.' Many kids had been brough there over the years. Who would suspect in a small town on a farm."
- Why Johnny Can't Come Home, page 82

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