The Ultimate Evil
By Michael H. Brown
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It happened many years ago, to a Catholic family named the Gosches.
Yet, somehow the case still resonates -- loudly.
It still mystifies. Stuns. It informs.
It still horrifies.
More than anything, more than ever, it causes concern about what is going on in this world.
One writer called it "the ultimate evil." For parents, it's hard to conceive that anything could be more agonizing.
Was it linked to a huge scandal that stretched from Omaha, Nebraska, to Washington, D.C.? Were the players connected in any way with other traffickers -- for all we know, Jeffrey Epstein?
And what about indications that some famous crimes -- including "Son of Sam" -- involved an underworld network darker than most can imagine?
Now, such "undergrounds" are on the internet, with the darkest corridors yet.
I speak here of the kidnapping of a twelve-year-old boy named Johnny David Gosch of West Des Moines, Iowa.
And what I want to explore in this "Special Report" is not only what happened and where John Gosch may now be (it seems -- after all these years -- he is probably still alive!), but what it says about a truly sinister national child-trafficking ring and the links to major politicians, the mega-rich, and even, in some cases, most probably including Johnny's, a web of Satanists.
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