We used to search for what we called “zombies,” or famous people who faked their death. What becomes of them after? My favorite of all time was Evita, or Eva Perón, who retired to the northern US and became Madonna Fortin. She raised a family, one of whom was the lightly talented Madonna, who then played her own mother in the 1996 film Evita. It took a commenter to spot that for me, Richard Juckes, as I had only discovered that Evita faked her 1952 death. Then it got exciting.
Another of our discoveries came from a guy I called “Straight,” whose name was Eric, who had an eye for this sort of thing. Since Miles Mathis has now run two pieces on the fake death of movie icon Bruce Lee (1940-????), I thought I would resurrect this piece, which takes it all in a different direction. I offer no criticism of the Mathis pieces, as each has worth and goes in different directions than my work. It is the kind of stuff that I do and no one else, and is lightly regarded, but I trust it. It has to do with facial recognition patterns, and the uniqueness of facial plates. It is rare that two people line up precisely after adjusting faces for the distance between eyes. When they do, it speaks.
Straight came to the conclusion that Bruce Lee was twins, but that work fell by the wayside. The important conclusion was that Bruce Lee, fake death 1973, went on to Play Judge Lance Ito in the OJ Simpson hoax.
Keep in mind that Lee faked his death in 1973, and the OJ trial started in 1994, so that there was 21 years of aging to account for. Still, the results were telling.
Of course, it could be coincidence that all facial features, including head shape, align.
But the question I have always asked about fake deaths which Mr. Mathis and his guest writer do not ask or answer, is “What then?” Lee would have been 23 when he faked his death, so what does he do next? Return to Hong Kong? The answer is that he was on a shelf, and was called on to be a fake judge in a fake trial. Here’s more evidence of that. Nicole Brown Simpson was supposedly brutally murdered by OJ Simpson, but that did not happen. Instead, she merely became her sister, Denise. Hidden in plain sight.
That is Nicole on the right, Denise on the left, actually the same person. Here’s another photo to look at and analyze.
That goose-necked lady at the end of the table is supposedly “Denise,” while the one closest to us is Nicole. This is some of the sloppiest photo work I have ever seen. There was a fourth person in this photo, maybe the mother, although there was another sister who did not feature in the OJ hoax, Dominique. Maybe it is her body under that superimposed head.
I went looking for some details around Ito the Judge, and struck gold. I found a NBC news piece that was loaded with hints and clues that Judge Lance Ito, outside of the Simpson trial, was a ghost.
“He is so humble. It’s kind of amazing, considering the spotlight he got put on,” said Sergio Robleto, the former commanding officer of the LAPD homicide unit who was also a detective.
A man who was head of LAPD homicide would surely know that the Simpson trial was fake, and that there was no murder. He would also know to cover for the fake judge who refuses to give interviews. Robleto goes on to talk about meeting Ito in 1978, in other words, filling in the backstory.
A spokesperson at the Los Angeles Superior Court confirmed that Ito retired on Jan. 5 . [Former LA County District Attorney Robert] 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.
We are told that murders, robberies and rapes require a judge with high-caliber expertise. I would find it just the opposite, that those types of crime, where eye-witness testimony and physical evidence are the drivers, would require less expertise, than say corporate disputes or criminal conspiracies or even bankruptcies. I would judge that any number of qualified men and women could preside over the trials that we are told were routed to Ito because they were “high-powered.”
“There’s separate security to get in there. He was assigned there because of his high level of expertise,” Philibosian said.
In other words, he comes and goes through a private entrance. No one sees him.
In the two decades since, Ito’s signature facial hair has turned gray, and the name plate outside of his courtroom has been stolen more times than he can count by thieves who want a piece of history.
And, oh yeah, his office has no name plate on it.
That very much appears to me to be a ghost, a man who played a role in the OJ trial in 1994, and then went back to his regular life. So oddly enough, Bruce Lee is alive, was living in LA in 1994, and occasionally stepped back into the Lance Ito shoes for public appearances.
That pretty much sealed it for me – Ito works high in an umarked office with no name plate on the door, and comes and goes through a private entrance. What does that tell you? For me, it says he ain’t there.
Comments and “likes” at the bottom are from the original piece, run in 2017.