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In 1982 Fred Alvarez, a Cabazon tribal leader, and two companions were found murdered on the Indio reservation. Alvarez had been critical of Nichols' and Wackenhut's dealings with the Cabazon tribe (citing US News & World Report, 8/23/93), and he had mentioned to friends that he had received death threats. Investigative reporter Virginia McCullough later came to believe that Alvarez had discovered that monies rightfully belonging to the Indians were being embezzled by the partnership called Bingo Palace Inc. (cMcCullough, Virginia, Interview w/Kenn Thomas, 1/27/94). Alvarez knew what he was getting into, however. He had told the Indio Daily News, "My life is on the line. There are people out there [on the reservation] that want to kill me."

According to Riconosciuto, "Alvarez was present at all the meetings, and he was gung-ho behind Nichols, and everything that was going on there. OK? We were all red-blooded Americans, and we believed in the things that were going on! The way things were shaping up with the Reagan Election Committee and the things that were being orchestrated made us all concerned. And Alvarez wrote a detailed letter to Ronald Reagan expressing his concern. All the details of the October Surprise hostage issue were outlined in the letter. I mean, in specifics."

Linda Streeter-Dukic, Alvarez' sister, described early relations of Alvarez and the inner circle around Nichols as being amicable, but says that when he started objecting to some of the schemes coming down from Nichols and the other tribe leaders, they began to send him on business trips. One trip was to Denver, In June 1981, to attend a conference. Streeter says that while in Denver Alvarez was offered a large amount of money to carry drugs back to Indio, but had turned the offer down.

"When he got off the plane," she says, "the police grabbed him, threw him spread-eagle against a car and searched him and his bags." Alvarez's mother says that only Nichols and his son were aware of Alvarez's trip to Denver. (Connolly)

On the morning of July 1, 1981, a meeting was scheduled by Alvarez with attorney and former Cabazon chairman Joe Benitez. The intended topic of discussion was how to oust Cabazon control from Nichols. When Benitez arrived at Alvarez' home in Rancho Mirage he found Fred Alvarez shot through the head as he sat in a chair. Alvarez's girlfriend and another friend were also nearby, shot dead (Littman and Taylor, "Bizarre Murders").

[Note: In the spring of 1991, Linda Streeter-Duvic and former tribal chairman Art Welmus attempted again to organize the Cabazon tribe to oust John Philip Nichols and clan as administrators of the Cabazons. They were kept from assembling in the tribal hall by eleven guards, but held their meetings instead in a nearby mobile home. In response, the Nicholses initiated expulsion proceedings, and flew in a parliamentarian from Wisconsin to conduct hearings. Armed guards took twenty Cabazons to a trailer next to a bingo hall, where they witnessed the parliamentarian accuse Welmus of the theft of a cheesecake, the attempt to use the tribal hall, and of maligning the Nichols management in the local press. The vote to banish Welmus and Streeter-Duvic was dead-locked until votes were received from five Nichols supporters recently registered as voters. The new voters were non-Cabazon, distant relatives (stepchildren) of the Nichols faction. The final vote expelled Welmus, age 60, from the tribe and Streeter-Dukic, age 44, for twenty years, and fined them $50,000. (Littman, Johathan, "Tribal Managers Tough To Challenge," San Francisco Chronicle, September 4, 1991; a letter from counsel to the Cabazons to the San Francisco Chronicle dated Sept. 19, 1991 challenged the details of this report and Jonathan Littman's entire series on the Cabazons and demanded a retraction, which it did not receive.)]

The murder of Alvarez and his friends took place during a period when Nichols, Zokosky, and a Wackenhut associate named Bob Frye were traveling around the country on munitions business. Zokosky told reporter John Connolly that "I felt like they were stalling. We had no meetings scheduled." (Connolly). Zokosky returned to Indio, and the following day the bodies of Alvarez and his companions were found. The day after that, Nichols returned to Indio. When Zokosky told Nichols about the murders, "Nichols seemed unaffected, like he already knew." Zokosky states that Nichols, "...dialed a number and asked for Bob Frye. 'Alvarez has been murdered,' he said into the phone a few seconds later. After another few seconds, Nichols said, 'Okay, so long," and hung up." (Connolly)

Suggestions have been made that the investigation of the deaths by the police was slipshod and hurried. Police familiar with the case note the friendship of Nichols with one of the investigating detectives. One police investigator believed he was removed from the case because of pressure put on his superiors from the outside. When the investigator pursued further on his own, he received death threats, one from a crossbow-wielding man. Fearing for his family, the man gave up and moved out of town. (Littman and Taylor).

In any case, the investigation languished until the appearance of Jimmy Hughes. Hughes had been Nichols' Wackenhut bodyguard, and he reported to Indio police officials that he was Nichols' bagman for the murders of Fred Alvarez and his friends. Hughes described Nichols and two of his sons, Mark and John Paul, as having doled out $5,000 in cash in front of him, with orders to deliver the money to two men in the nearby town of Idyllwild. Hughes stated that, "Nichols admitted to me the ordering of the Alvarez murder. He stated there was a U.S.-government covert action...Pressures from unknown Washington, D.C. government agencies have caused a possible shutdown of this case." (Connolly).

According to Hughes, the murderers included several ex-Green Berets employed as firemen in Chicago. Hughes went into hiding in Sonoma and Lake counties after the murders, under the protection of the Riverside county District Attorney's office and the California Department of Justice. The FBI offered Hughes protection under a witness protection program, but he turned it down, fearing "Nichols has made a deal with the FBI through the Wackenhut Corporation. Possibly...he himself has been protected by the FBI." (Connolly). Hughes also stated that the Alvarez investigation had been interfered with by "an agency out of Washington, D.C." Offering no other specifics, he said, "The FBI is small potatoes compared to the agency."

NAPA Sentinel editor Harry Martin details curiosities about the investigation that followed Hughes' revelations: "The chief investigator for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office was later taken off the case and transferred to the Juvenile division and then given early retirement. Shortly after his retirement, the DA investigator states that he was pulled off the road one day by a CIA agent and told to forget all about the 'desert' if he wanted to enjoy his retirement." (Martin, Harry, NAPA Sentinel).

After Jimmy Hughes came forward with information he left the country, reportedly traveling to Guatemala. Hughes was said to be in possession of documentation linking the men at Cabazon to a hit list of political targets including Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, who was murdered in 1986; Israeli intelligence agent Amiran Nir, who died in a mysterious plane crash; and Cyrus Hashemi, a key player in the events of October Surprise, also murdered in 1986.

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Alfred Alvarez on his motorcycle. His body, shot in the head with a .38 caliber bullet, burned in the desert heat for a day. It sat in a wooden chair behind Alvarez's house in a yard on Bob Hope Drive in Rancho Mirage, located in Riverside County.

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Re: Inslaw-Octopus Related Deaths

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While this cabal continues, its origins were spawned thirty years ago in the shadow of the Cold War. In recent months, however, several of its members have gratuitously taken credit for the purposeful delay of the release of the hostages until after the 1980 election, scuttling and resettling the schemes of the Australian-based Nugan Hand bank, their involvement with Gerald Bull, assassinated last spring in Brussels and the development and distribution of fuel air explosive technologies.

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In an interview with the Portland Free Press, Gary Eitel described his May 23 deposition in federal court as more like an interrogation. Present were an obviously hostile group of powerful attorneys, including Stuart M. Gerson, appointed to the Justice Department by George Bush. Gerson was held over as acting Attorney General in the early Clinton Administration, and is now the attorney representing defendant Roy Reagan...

As Mr. Eitel prepared to testify before Rep. Rose's congressional committee, a shocking and suspicious turn of events occurred. Eitel's friend and associate from T & G Aviation, Jack Chisum, was run down and killed by an automobile while walking along a roadside...

As the May 23 deposition progressed in federal court, attorneys for the companies made repeated references to the fate of Jack Chisum, and clearly made attempts to reveal Mr. Eitel's unlisted home address.

Under questioning by former acting U.S. Attorney General, Stuart Gerson, Mr. Eitel was discussing the fact that public service aircraft required no certification, when Gerson suddenly blurted out a totally unrelated question: "Do you know who killed Danny Casolar?"

...Apparently, Gerson, a former Justice Department official who now represents Roy Reagan, also believes that Casolaro was murdered. Mr. Eitel believes that Gerson's totally incongruous questoin was a direct threat. (Titus, John, "CIA Airlines Never Die," Portland Free Press, July/August, 1995, pp. 4-5).

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Over time, Michael Riconosciuto lost three lawyers and an investigator under what could be construed as mysterious circumstances. In February 1987 Larry Guerrin, a private investigator conducting Inslaw-connected work for Riconosciuto, was killed in Mason County, Washington. After Eisman's death, in April 1993, another attorney who worked with Riconosciuto, John Crawford, died suddenly from a heart attack in Tacoma. (Stich, p. 407). The decomposed body of a third Riconosciuto lawyer, Paul Wilcher, was found in Wilcher's Washington, DC apartment on June 23, 1993. Wilcher also had been an attorney for the pilot Gunther Russbacher, who claimed to have videotape proof and sixteen witnesses to his having flown George Bush to one of the October Surprise meetings. (Russbacher, Guenther, Interviewed by Alex Horvat and Joe Palermo, 3/17/93). Wilcher belonged to the American Patriot Fax Network and had recently prepared an ambitious 55 page fax summarizing information on circumstances leading to the fiery deaths of David Koresh and his followers in April 1993 that he sent as a challenge to Attorney General Janet Reno. The fax included details of the story of his client, Russbacher, concerning the October Surprise, and a page of information on the Inslaw case, pointing out that an executive assistant to Senator Robert Byrd, Democrat from West Virginia, was the wife of Peter Videnieks, who had threatened Riconosciuto. (Wilcher, Paul, American Patriot Fax Network Fax, 5/21/93, p. 60).

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Later, others would begin to develop lists of significant deaths related to the Inslaw case in much the same way many began making connections between the deaths of witnesses and others associated to the JFK assassination twenty five years earlier. In addition to the Riconosciuto lawyers, the list included Vali Delahanty, whose knowledge of a DEA plan to set up Riconosciuto on a drug charge would have made her an important witness for Riconosciuto. She disappeared on Aug. 18, 1992 but her body was not discovered until the following April, in a ravine near Lake Bay, Washington. (Stich, p. 407). Another Riconosciuto ally, Pete Sandvigen, who was working to help Riconosciuto defend himself from the drug charges died the following December, an ammo clip from the gun he carried mysteriously missing. (Stich, p. 407).

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Riconosciuto could claim a dark credibility derived from the fact that colleagues in his shadowy world continued to fall. An attorney from Philadelphia, Dennis Eisman, known as the "Fatal Vision lawyer" because of his involvement in the Jeffrey McDonald case, was in touch with Casolaro and was scheduled to travel to Washington to defend Riconosciuto, planning also to meet with a woman who had evidence of the threat to his client. In April Eisman was shot and killed in his car in Philadelphia. According to one source, just prior to Eisman's death indictments were pending against him and other attorneys for narcotics trafficking and money laundering. The indictments never appears.

As soon as Michael Riconosciuto found out that Eisman was dead, he called Virginia McCullough. McCullough says that he was "absolutely panicky in jail." She says that Riconosciuto told her, "They've killed my attorney" and asked her to telephone another attorney working on his case, James Guthrie, and to warn him. McCullough did, and Guthrie told McCullough, "I'm out of here." (McCullough interview).

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Over time, Michael Riconosciuto lost three lawyers and an investigator under what could be construed as mysterious circumstances. In February 1987 Larry Guerrin, a private investigator conducting Inslaw-connected work for Riconosciuto, was killed in Mason County, Washington. After Eisman's death, in April 1993, another attorney who worked with Riconosciuto, John Crawford, died suddenly from a heart attack in Tacoma. (Stich, p. 407). The decomposed body of a third Riconosciuto lawyer, Paul Wilcher, was found in Wilcher's Washington, DC apartment on June 23, 1993. Wilcher also had been an attorney for the pilot Gunther Russbacher, who claimed to have videotape proof and sixteen witnesses to his having flown George Bush to one of the October Surprise meetings. (Russbacher, Guenther, Interviewed by Alex Horvat and Joe Palermo, 3/17/93). Wilcher belonged to the American Patriot Fax Network and had recently prepared an ambitious 55 page fax summarizing information on circumstances leading to the fiery deaths of David Koresh and his followers in April 1993 that he sent as a challenge to Attorney General Janet Reno. The fax included details of the story of his client, Russbacher, concerning the October Surprise, and a page of information on the Inslaw case, pointing out that an executive assistant to Senator Robert Byrd, Democrat from West Virginia, was the wife of Peter Videnieks, who had threatened Riconosciuto. (Wilcher, Paul, American Patriot Fax Network Fax, 5/21/93, p. 60).

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Most interesting of all the mysterious deaths connected to Inslaw, however, was that of 1960s political activist Abbie Hoffman. Hoffman wrote an early piece on the October Surprise for Playboy magazine and shortly thereafter was involved in a suspicious automobile accident. Most regarded his death on April 12, 1989 as the suicide it was reported as, caused perhaps in part due to depression he suffered from the continued pain resulting from that accident. Others, however, suspected foul play in Hoffman's death, notably David Dellinger, a fellow member of the Chicago 8. Dellinger's suspicions even led him to attempt to retrieve the coroner's report for examination, but he was stopped by a threatened court battle. "They basically would not allow that to go to court," Dellinger concluded, "but [Abbie's] son Andrew and Abbie's first wife Sheila, are convinced he was killed." ("King Co-Opted; Abbie Assassinated," Steamshovel Press #9, Fall 1993, p. 7).

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Barry Kusnick, a computer engineer who had also worked on PROMIS enhancements, also made the list. According to one report, Kusnick's enhancement was called Brainstorm, an artificially intelligent program that applied the prognosticating ability of PROMIS to individual thought patterns. It ostensibly allowed PROMIS to deduce from personality characteristics the potential action of the person being traced. As in the Inslaw case, Kusnick apparently made the modifications under a government contract that the government failed to pay on, instead attempting to drive Kusnick into bankruptcy. Kusnick had previously done communications and intelligence work for Northrop Corporation and the U.S. military. His body has never been found, and nine months after he was reported missing family members were unable to get a known business partner to acknowledge knowing him. Five boxes of his belongings were found in a lock-up facility. ("Inslaw," Leading Edge, p. 48).
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Four days after an interview with Danger Man [Michael Riconosciuto], on June 19, 1991, former Nixon campaign aide Alan Michael May died in his home in San Francisco. During the interview, Riconosciuto had talked about May's involvement in the October Surprise. The initial coroner's report attributed May's death to heart attack, but an autopsy showed the presence of polypharmaceuticals in his body.

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