We’ll be out of touch now for a couple of days. I am going to be laughing as we work our way along … at a discovery made by my colleague MH. I am away from my desk and cannot do my own analysis, but this one looks so spot on that I do not question it. He has developed a very sharp eye.
In case you don’t yet know it, the OJ Simpson trial of the mid-1990s was pure show business. OJ did not kill anyone. Both Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson assumed new identities. I don’t know where Goldman went, but Nicole assumed the identity of an invented younger sister, Denise Brown, and is hidden in plain sight.
OJ has since disappeared, now replaced by a body double who shows up for photo ops. The lead prosecuting attorney, Marcia Clark, quit the profession of law after the trial, a wise move since she was an actress, and not a lawyer. The Dream Team attorneys, merely reading from a script, played their parts and went back to their lives, though Robert Kardashian is still inflicting grief on us with that crazy family.
Witnesses, cops, jury … all were paid to act, or perhaps did not know they were in a reality TV show.
Of course, that means that the judge, Lance Ito, had to be in on it too. And he was. He was not a real judge. Rather, he was an actor of a different stripe, a man who could simulate karate on the big screen like no one before. He was the movie martial arts performer Bruce Lee, who supposedly died in 1973.
You can understand why I laughed so hard when MH told me of his discovery. They are rubbing our faces in it!
[Ito’s and Lee’s time lines do not cross, with Ito supposedly joining the LA District Attorney’s Office in 1977 after getting his JD from Berkeley in ’75. Keep in mind that Intel, or Spooks, can manufacture a cv, so that none of this has to be true. Lee could have easily been playing bit parts and minding his business until called on for the part of Judge Lance Ito in 1995. There is an age difference of ten years between the two, but we have seen this often, as with Amy Goodman, said to be 14 years younger than Janis Joplin, Alex Jones, said to be 10 years younger than Bill Hicks, and Betty White/Jayne Mansfield, who is 83, and not the reported 94.]
Anyway, here is all we have at this point, but enough for me, as facial features aligning like these are a one-in-ten-million shot.
Note the alignment if the eyes, nose, mouth, chin and skull shape. The eyebrows and eyes are the same shape. There is no doubt in my mind except … How do they pull something off like this? Fake deaths we are used to now, a common occurrence in Hollywood. That Bruce Lee faked his death? Just one more.
But Judge Lance Ito, with no law background, no presence in the LA court system, was going to raise a lot of eyebrows if he just disappeared after the trial. Here’s how they handled that, from NBC News (a player in this hoax, and not a news agency):.
A spokesperson at the Los Angeles Superior Court confirmed that Ito retired on Jan. 5 . Philibosian said he quietly spent the last 20 years on the ninth floor of the criminal courts building, where high-powered cases involving major murders, robberies, and rapes are tried.
“There’s separate security to get in there. He was assigned there because of his high level of expertise,” Philibosian said.
His courtroom wasn’t easy to find: The Los Angeles Times reported a few years ago that after having his name plaque stolen so many times, Ito gave up and stopped replacing it.
So, you see, he is never seen in the court house because he comes and goes by a secret entrance. Even though he handles high-profile murders, robberies and rapes*, his name is never in the paper. And he doesn’t have a name on a door because even though it is a high security part of the court house, people keep stealing it.
In other words, friends, he is not now nor has he ever been a judge. He doesn’t show up for work, ever. His gig ended in 1995. He has not been around since.
Bruce Lee, our latest Zombie. I am as surprised as anyone.
*It seems to me that a judge with a “high-powered” intellect would be needed in real estate, financial fraud , conspiracy and corporate stock manipulations. Murder, rape and robbery are pretty well defined, and evidence is interpreted by juries with little need for expertise. The cover story is weak, at best.