Saturday, June 10, 2006

Bill Wasz's Death (Murder). "ABSOLUTELY" nothing "STILL" in the mainstream media about it. The question is why?

I know for a fact that Rocky Bateman and OJ Simpson "Cruised" around Los Angeles in the fall of 1993 and part of 1994 "Doing Business" and "Doing Cocaine." Is that OJ Simpson Really snorting Cocaine in the bathroom on this (Simpson's) Sex tape?

Bill Wasz claimed HE sold OJ Simpson Cocaine. You know what, Bill sold OJ Simpson Cocaine.


Why did Anthony Pellicano
in 1994, say that he "DIDN'T know Bill Wasz? According to David Bresnahan, Wasz was an enforcer for Don Simpson. Let's see? Don Simpson/Anthony Pellicano?

Yep = Bill Wasz. Anthony Pellicano was lying. Gee, Pellicano LIES? YOU KNOW HE DOES.

Pellicano denies a lot of "things." Like following Nicole Simpson? Well, the problem now for Pellicano, is that "Things" he has denied doing, are coming to the surface and proving him a LIAR...............................

Can we hope, especially me, that the Feds will release the information that they have regarding the connection with Anthony Pellicano/OJ Simpson and others? Is it Pandora's Box, the Bottomless Pit, The OJ Simpson Case, The Black Hole..............all wrapped into "ONE"?

UGH, the waiting.

Mario G. Nitrini 111

10 Comments:

Anonymous sweet pea said...

Mario:

While reading "The Prosecution Responds" by Hank(I forget his last name), he writes about drugs and O.J. Simpson.

It seems that not one single employee of the McDonald's that Kato and O.J. claim they went to the night of the murders remember seeing O.J. or the Bentley he was driving. Strange isn't it?

If you remember correctly, there were "reports" or "rumors" that O.J. and Kato actually went to a Burger King parking lot and bought some "METH" from some dealer. In Lange and Vannatter"s book they deny that situation happened. In Petrocelli's book, HE says it didn't happen either. But in The Prosecution Responds, he says there were no CREDIBLE witnesses to this taking place.

But guess what?

He then goes on to say that there were traces of METH in O.J. Simpson's blood the following day.

Gee, I wonder what that could mean?!

Good Grief!

8:28 PM  
Blogger Mario Nitrigni III said...

Sweet Pea,

I have posted about this before. OJ Simpson and Kato Kaelin went to Burger King the night of June 12th, 1994, and bought dope from a man who called himself Ron X. That's a fact.

Mario G. Nitrini 111
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The OJ Simpson Case

8:57 PM  
Blogger Anthony Pellicano Victims said...

See the television clips showing the Restraining Order that Cheryl Shuman Obtained Against Steven Seagal, Anthony Pellicano and More

www.AnthonyPellicanoVictims.blogspot.com

News Clips:

KABC TV News Los Angeles
http://cherylshuman.buzznet.com/user/video/pl...

Hard Copy National TV Series
http://cherylshuman.buzznet.com/user/video/pl...

Fox 11 News LA
http://cherylshuman.buzznet.com/user/video/pl...

For Information About Cheryl Shuman:
www.CherylShuman.com
www.TheInCrowdVlog.com
www.CherylShuman.Blogspot.com
www.JetSetDate.Blogspot.com

3:56 AM  
Blogger Anthony Pellicano Victims said...

"RICH LITTLE POOR GIRL"
“It all started with family secrets. I believe that I am living proof of that which does not kill us only serves to make us stronger.”—Cheryl Shuman

A True Rags-to-Riches Documentary About The Real Beverly Hillbilly

It was the American Dream that turned into a nightmare. Cheryl Shuman grew up as a child of poverty in Buena Vista, Ohio. Her first job at age six was selling vegetables at a roadside stand, working in the tobacco fields, crocheting ponchos and tutoring classmates. After that a variety of her extremely early work experience expanded from being a maid’s helper to starting her own Scottish terrier kennel by age 12. A guidance counselor and guardian angel noticed her intellect and striking good looks and entered her in a number of beauty and scholarship pageants.

At the age of 18, she was discovered by the Bob Braun show where overnight she became known as America’s Coupon Queen. She then went on to become a nationally respected television reporter for “PM Magazine.” After a near fatal car accident, she lost everything.

With only $17 in her pocket, Cheryl arrived in southern California and slept in her car. Three weeks later, a chance meeting with superstar Michael Jackson, inspired her to start her own business. Word of mouth referrals led to Cheryl being known as the “Optician to the Stars” and had her working on nearly every film and television production.

This business, Starry Eyes, catapulted Shuman back into the jet-set life of the rich and famous, and into a disastrous liason with a well-known film star, where she once again lost it all in one of Hollywood's biggest scandals with Steven Seagal, Anthony Pellicano, Marty Singer and the Gambino Crime Family.

After Steven Seagal and his thugs were served with a restraining order, his power team set forth on a mission to destroy her credibility. Feeling that her presence would endanger others, she was turned away from numerous domestic violence shelters. Due to the notoriety of the case and the fact that the O.J. Simpson trial was at it’s peak, the tabloid media was hungry for a fresh meaty story.

Even with a restraining order in force, there was no protection from the harassment of the Anthony Pellicano the Celebrity Thug aka Private Investigator hired by the star and accompanying media attention. As series of legal maneuvers from Marty Singer forced Shuman to drop the restraining order, the star’s "associates" placed a call to Children's Protective Services, stating that Shuman, who had been severely beaten in an attack in the parking garage at her home, was now unable to provide a safe and stable home for her children. Once involved, the agency gave her a choice of either allowing the state to take her children, or putting them in a safe place with their father. Cheryl chose the latter.

Having lost her family, her business, her home and credibility, Shuman gave up on the system and illegally obtained a false identification card, driver's license and passport to go underground and live as another person for three years.

After hearing that other women had come forward during those three years alleging similar instances of violence and abuse from the star, Shuman felt safe in now returning to Los Angeles, to try to rebuild her life and get her family back. Her first effort was donating a pair of her signature design sunglasses used as a prop in the movie Evita. Upon review, she noticed that a rhinestone was missing. With only a few hours until the live charity auction, she decided to drive downtown, to replace the stone herself and still make it to the charity event.

Bad luck, as she was about to open the door to her car, she heard tires screeching and people screaming as she was struck down by a hit and run driver. Whisked away by ambulance to the hospital, it was thought that the man may have been hired by the actor to silence her, but it turned out to be an illegal immigrant, with no insurance, no drivers license and being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Unconscious and unable to respond with her name, the police and emergency room personnel went through her purse where they found the illegal identification. Although, Shuman was a victim, she was placed under arrest, thrown behind bars and sentenced to six months in jail and six months house arrest, where she became house mates with Heidi Fleiss, Victoria Sellars, Robert Downey Jr., Christian Slater, Susan McDougal and some infamous murderers among others in "high power". Thrust into the underbelly of Hollywood society, she learned about power, money and sex and how it runs Hollywood. Upon her release from jail, $1.27 in her pocket and under house arrest, she had no contact with the outside world.

She discovered the Internet through a friend's computer and placed an ad on an Internet dating service. Lonely and alone, she made online buddies, who helped her through this difficult period. While sharing her story with someone from her "buddy list" she found an "angel investor." Impressed by her honesty and will to survive, this man, a multi-billionaire decided to provide her with venture capital. When nearly all was lost, this rescue by an "angel investor" gave Shuman $1 million to rebuild her life and company and gives new meaning to the phrase, " a happy ending." Shuman, who after being threatened with extortion not only by former jail mates, but by those she trusted most, has decided to now come forward with her story. Rather than seeing it as a negative, she has chosen to hold her head high and be proud of the fact that she has survived what most would not. After regaining custody of her children, Shuman purchased a home in her former neighborhood.

Shuman’s story reads like a Hollywood happy ending. She was recently contacted by her natural parents who were reunited and remarried. In a Romeo and Juliet type story her parents married but separated permanently when Cheryl was 18 months old. When her parents reunited, they reached out to find their daughter, Cheryl. The family met face to face for the first time in 40 years. Her parents remarried on Valentine’s Day 2004 and returned to their hometown of Portsmouth, Ohio. The happy ending to Shuman’s autobiographical documentary currently in production entitled, “Rich Little Poor Girl” was developed, produced and filmed throughout Appalachia providing jobs and training for area residents. It is the first project produced under Shuman’s production company “Weaseldog Productions.”

Contact: Cheryl Shuman
www.CherylShuman.com
Cheryl@CherylShuman.com
310.285.1777

4:26 AM  
Blogger Anthony Pellicano Victims said...

"RICH LITTLE POOR GIRL"
“It all started with family secrets. I believe that I am living proof of that which does not kill us only serves to make us stronger.”—Cheryl Shuman

A True Rags-to-Riches Documentary About The Real Beverly Hillbilly

It was the American Dream that turned into a nightmare. Cheryl Shuman grew up as a child of poverty in Buena Vista, Ohio. Her first job at age six was selling vegetables at a roadside stand, working in the tobacco fields, crocheting ponchos and tutoring classmates. After that a variety of her extremely early work experience expanded from being a maid’s helper to starting her own Scottish terrier kennel by age 12. A guidance counselor and guardian angel noticed her intellect and striking good looks and entered her in a number of beauty and scholarship pageants.

At the age of 18, she was discovered by the Bob Braun show where overnight she became known as America’s Coupon Queen. She then went on to become a nationally respected television reporter for “PM Magazine.” After a near fatal car accident, she lost everything.

With only $17 in her pocket, Cheryl arrived in southern California and slept in her car. Three weeks later, a chance meeting with superstar Michael Jackson, inspired her to start her own business. Word of mouth referrals led to Cheryl being known as the “Optician to the Stars” and had her working on nearly every film and television production.

This business, Starry Eyes, catapulted Shuman back into the jet-set life of the rich and famous, and into a disastrous liason with a well-known film star, where she once again lost it all in one of Hollywood's biggest scandals with Steven Seagal, Anthony Pellicano, Marty Singer and the Gambino Crime Family.

After Steven Seagal and his thugs were served with a restraining order, his power team set forth on a mission to destroy her credibility. Feeling that her presence would endanger others, she was turned away from numerous domestic violence shelters. Due to the notoriety of the case and the fact that the O.J. Simpson trial was at it’s peak, the tabloid media was hungry for a fresh meaty story.

Even with a restraining order in force, there was no protection from the harassment of the Anthony Pellicano the Celebrity Thug aka Private Investigator hired by the star and accompanying media attention. As series of legal maneuvers from Marty Singer forced Shuman to drop the restraining order, the star’s "associates" placed a call to Children's Protective Services, stating that Shuman, who had been severely beaten in an attack in the parking garage at her home, was now unable to provide a safe and stable home for her children. Once involved, the agency gave her a choice of either allowing the state to take her children, or putting them in a safe place with their father. Cheryl chose the latter.

Having lost her family, her business, her home and credibility, Shuman gave up on the system and illegally obtained a false identification card, driver's license and passport to go underground and live as another person for three years.

After hearing that other women had come forward during those three years alleging similar instances of violence and abuse from the star, Shuman felt safe in now returning to Los Angeles, to try to rebuild her life and get her family back. Her first effort was donating a pair of her signature design sunglasses used as a prop in the movie Evita. Upon review, she noticed that a rhinestone was missing. With only a few hours until the live charity auction, she decided to drive downtown, to replace the stone herself and still make it to the charity event.

Bad luck, as she was about to open the door to her car, she heard tires screeching and people screaming as she was struck down by a hit and run driver. Whisked away by ambulance to the hospital, it was thought that the man may have been hired by the actor to silence her, but it turned out to be an illegal immigrant, with no insurance, no drivers license and being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Unconscious and unable to respond with her name, the police and emergency room personnel went through her purse where they found the illegal identification. Although, Shuman was a victim, she was placed under arrest, thrown behind bars and sentenced to six months in jail and six months house arrest, where she became house mates with Heidi Fleiss, Victoria Sellars, Robert Downey Jr., Christian Slater, Susan McDougal and some infamous murderers among others in "high power". Thrust into the underbelly of Hollywood society, she learned about power, money and sex and how it runs Hollywood. Upon her release from jail, $1.27 in her pocket and under house arrest, she had no contact with the outside world.

She discovered the Internet through a friend's computer and placed an ad on an Internet dating service. Lonely and alone, she made online buddies, who helped her through this difficult period. While sharing her story with someone from her "buddy list" she found an "angel investor." Impressed by her honesty and will to survive, this man, a multi-billionaire decided to provide her with venture capital. When nearly all was lost, this rescue by an "angel investor" gave Shuman $1 million to rebuild her life and company and gives new meaning to the phrase, " a happy ending." Shuman, who after being threatened with extortion not only by former jail mates, but by those she trusted most, has decided to now come forward with her story. Rather than seeing it as a negative, she has chosen to hold her head high and be proud of the fact that she has survived what most would not. After regaining custody of her children, Shuman purchased a home in her former neighborhood.

Shuman’s story reads like a Hollywood happy ending. She was recently contacted by her natural parents who were reunited and remarried. In a Romeo and Juliet type story her parents married but separated permanently when Cheryl was 18 months old. When her parents reunited, they reached out to find their daughter, Cheryl. The family met face to face for the first time in 40 years. Her parents remarried on Valentine’s Day 2004 and returned to their hometown of Portsmouth, Ohio. The happy ending to Shuman’s autobiographical documentary currently in production entitled, “Rich Little Poor Girl” was developed, produced and filmed throughout Appalachia providing jobs and training for area residents. It is the first project produced under Shuman’s production company “Weaseldog Productions.”

Contact: Cheryl Shuman
www.CherylShuman.com
Cheryl@CherylShuman.com
310.285.1777

4:26 AM  
Blogger Anthony Pellicano Victims said...

"RICH LITTLE POOR GIRL"
“It all started with family secrets. I believe that I am living proof of that which does not kill us only serves to make us stronger.”—Cheryl Shuman

A True Rags-to-Riches Documentary About The Real Beverly Hillbilly

It was the American Dream that turned into a nightmare. Cheryl Shuman grew up as a child of poverty in Buena Vista, Ohio. Her first job at age six was selling vegetables at a roadside stand, working in the tobacco fields, crocheting ponchos and tutoring classmates. After that a variety of her extremely early work experience expanded from being a maid’s helper to starting her own Scottish terrier kennel by age 12. A guidance counselor and guardian angel noticed her intellect and striking good looks and entered her in a number of beauty and scholarship pageants.

At the age of 18, she was discovered by the Bob Braun show where overnight she became known as America’s Coupon Queen. She then went on to become a nationally respected television reporter for “PM Magazine.” After a near fatal car accident, she lost everything.

With only $17 in her pocket, Cheryl arrived in southern California and slept in her car. Three weeks later, a chance meeting with superstar Michael Jackson, inspired her to start her own business. Word of mouth referrals led to Cheryl being known as the “Optician to the Stars” and had her working on nearly every film and television production.

This business, Starry Eyes, catapulted Shuman back into the jet-set life of the rich and famous, and into a disastrous liason with a well-known film star, where she once again lost it all in one of Hollywood's biggest scandals with Steven Seagal, Anthony Pellicano, Marty Singer and the Gambino Crime Family.

After Steven Seagal and his thugs were served with a restraining order, his power team set forth on a mission to destroy her credibility. Feeling that her presence would endanger others, she was turned away from numerous domestic violence shelters. Due to the notoriety of the case and the fact that the O.J. Simpson trial was at it’s peak, the tabloid media was hungry for a fresh meaty story.

Even with a restraining order in force, there was no protection from the harassment of the Anthony Pellicano the Celebrity Thug aka Private Investigator hired by the star and accompanying media attention. As series of legal maneuvers from Marty Singer forced Shuman to drop the restraining order, the star’s "associates" placed a call to Children's Protective Services, stating that Shuman, who had been severely beaten in an attack in the parking garage at her home, was now unable to provide a safe and stable home for her children. Once involved, the agency gave her a choice of either allowing the state to take her children, or putting them in a safe place with their father. Cheryl chose the latter.

Having lost her family, her business, her home and credibility, Shuman gave up on the system and illegally obtained a false identification card, driver's license and passport to go underground and live as another person for three years.

After hearing that other women had come forward during those three years alleging similar instances of violence and abuse from the star, Shuman felt safe in now returning to Los Angeles, to try to rebuild her life and get her family back. Her first effort was donating a pair of her signature design sunglasses used as a prop in the movie Evita. Upon review, she noticed that a rhinestone was missing. With only a few hours until the live charity auction, she decided to drive downtown, to replace the stone herself and still make it to the charity event.

Bad luck, as she was about to open the door to her car, she heard tires screeching and people screaming as she was struck down by a hit and run driver. Whisked away by ambulance to the hospital, it was thought that the man may have been hired by the actor to silence her, but it turned out to be an illegal immigrant, with no insurance, no drivers license and being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Unconscious and unable to respond with her name, the police and emergency room personnel went through her purse where they found the illegal identification. Although, Shuman was a victim, she was placed under arrest, thrown behind bars and sentenced to six months in jail and six months house arrest, where she became house mates with Heidi Fleiss, Victoria Sellars, Robert Downey Jr., Christian Slater, Susan McDougal and some infamous murderers among others in "high power". Thrust into the underbelly of Hollywood society, she learned about power, money and sex and how it runs Hollywood. Upon her release from jail, $1.27 in her pocket and under house arrest, she had no contact with the outside world.

She discovered the Internet through a friend's computer and placed an ad on an Internet dating service. Lonely and alone, she made online buddies, who helped her through this difficult period. While sharing her story with someone from her "buddy list" she found an "angel investor." Impressed by her honesty and will to survive, this man, a multi-billionaire decided to provide her with venture capital. When nearly all was lost, this rescue by an "angel investor" gave Shuman $1 million to rebuild her life and company and gives new meaning to the phrase, " a happy ending." Shuman, who after being threatened with extortion not only by former jail mates, but by those she trusted most, has decided to now come forward with her story. Rather than seeing it as a negative, she has chosen to hold her head high and be proud of the fact that she has survived what most would not. After regaining custody of her children, Shuman purchased a home in her former neighborhood.

Shuman’s story reads like a Hollywood happy ending. She was recently contacted by her natural parents who were reunited and remarried. In a Romeo and Juliet type story her parents married but separated permanently when Cheryl was 18 months old. When her parents reunited, they reached out to find their daughter, Cheryl. The family met face to face for the first time in 40 years. Her parents remarried on Valentine’s Day 2004 and returned to their hometown of Portsmouth, Ohio. The happy ending to Shuman’s autobiographical documentary currently in production entitled, “Rich Little Poor Girl” was developed, produced and filmed throughout Appalachia providing jobs and training for area residents. It is the first project produced under Shuman’s production company “Weaseldog Productions.”

Contact: Cheryl Shuman
www.CherylShuman.com
Cheryl@CherylShuman.com
310.285.1777

4:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheryl Shuman is a LIAR and a CON Stay as FAR away from her as possible she is BAD NEWS!

8:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CHERLY SHUMAN has been posting LIES about
JOYCE DANELEN. JOYCE DANELEN, does not even know CHERYL SHUMAN. Google, Cherly Shuman name, she has slandered many people.

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CHERLY SHUMAN has been posting LIES about
JOYCE DANELEN. JOYCE DANELEN, does not even know CHERYL SHUMAN. Google, Cherly Shuman name, she has slandered many people.

1:26 PM  
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12:34 AM  

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