The author of two extraordinary books on the concealed revelations about the OJ Simpson murder case of 1994-95, PURSUIT OF EXHIBIT 35 In the OJ Simpson Murder Trial and THE PEOPLE VS. OJ SIMPSON and a 2004 documentary as well, entitled SERPENTS RISING: The OJ Simpson Conspiracy, http://www.serpentsrising.com, T.H. Johnson, corresponded with us this week to apologize about something that he did, that we gave little thought about, which apparently matters to him. It is regarding a comment he made relative to one of those old advertisements
about Aunt Jemima, that bigbiggityben writers blogged about previously under one of our other alter egos regarding the historic use of black images in the marketplace, despite the contradictory assumptions. Aunt Jemima became the prominent image of the plantation mistress of the master’s kitchen whose buttermilk pancakes pleased the palate of the master in the big house. ala Hattie McDaniel’s character in Gone with The Wind, as well as pleasing the rest of our taste buds over the last century. She had a certain authority.
The photo of Aunt Jemima in an unusual pose standing in the midst of two Southern white gentlemen and a white woman, talking and smiling probably about her delicious pancakes, while conveying an image that all is happy with blacks and whites in what arguably was the most tyrannical period in American history for blacks of the antebellum era, before the Civil War, in the South. A time when white folks owning plantations became filthy rich off the free sweat equity of slave labor which they valued as chattel property and who had contributed to making the cotton plantation owners of Mississippi some of the wealthiest individuals in the world by 1836. This unrelated image momentarily incited Johnson to publicly opine on what he considered the disingenuous expression promoted in the photo by exclaiming that the white woman was probably stating “Now you see gentlemen, antie promises she’ll make us some of those delicious pancakes of hers and won’t poison us”.
This remark appeared to ruffle the feathers of some of Johnson’s white allies in the Simpson investigation. Though Johnson explained that he did not intend for it to be taken in the literal sense, but as an image of deception that is in existence even today, and engaged in generally by the power structure in today’s contemporary times and not just towards blacks, he stated. Unfortunately, for him, his white associates particularly from the south did take it personal, and assumed that Johnson really felt that way, and that apparently disingenuous people should be dealt with. One ally that Johnson wanted to make amends with was Joyce Spizer-Foy, a Texan, author and former private investigator who became the intermediary between Johnson and the organization for which he was an investigative team leader called OMIG, (Ocean Medical Investigative Group) out of Los Angeles, California. Johnson and his crew, in 1999 was in the midst of investigating the cover up in the Simpson case of crucial information and evidence that they believe would have undoubtedly exonerated OJ Simpson as the murderer of his wife, Nicole and her friend, Ron Goldman, and obviated the need for a trial which we know as that incomparable spectacle the media dubbed as “the trial of the century” ( PURSUIT OF EXHIBIT 35). He and his staff discovered a continuing common thread of alleged malfeasance by court officers. In this case, that would become subsequently associated with an investigation Spizer was doing as well, OMIG investigators initially found that a single unknown judge, relative to the Simpson case, who is now retired, Judge John H. Reid, had been sought on three different occasions they found by other sworn court officers of Los Angeles County to aid in the removal
Retired Judge John H. Reid
of all evidence in the Simpson case file by using his authority to either remove or seal certain controversial documents that could have had a different impact on the public that what was sold to them by the media, aided by misleading information. The permanent removal of all of the evidence in the Simpson case file was by a secretive application, in an ex parte motion filed with Judge Reid by the lead prosecutor in the Simpson trial, William Hodgman.
Now L.A, County Assistant District Attorney William Hodgman
That elusive evidence (Exhibit 35) are the telephone records of Juditha and Louis Brown, Nicole Brown Simpson’s parents, for the date of 06/12/94 that was entered by stipulation and never presented to the jury, resulting in the circumvention of the jury’s examination with entry by stipulation. The actual document that came forth five years later in December of 1999, under pressure appears to be a fraudulent document. In other words, the telephone records they wanted to agree to on both sides came in by behind closed door agreement, that ultimately changed the time 3 times from the initial 11PM time stated by both the mother and father of Nicoles as to the last time she was known to be alive, on two separate occasions. The time went from 11PM, to an offer behind closed doors of 10:17 PM, found in a court transcript of a conversation in a preliminary hearing judge’s chambers, to the now officially recorded during trial by mutually accepted stipulation of 9:37 PM. The latter time would have made it impossible for the Brown family to drive home in time from Brentwood, to their home in Dana Point, Orange County to make that call. The drive in 1994 due to major HOV lane construction was approximately a two hour drive with the official traffic volumes for that evening. An approximate 8:45 PM departure from Brentwood would not have allowed the Browns the travel time to accomplish the prosecution’s objective of a stipulated 9:37 PM phone call.
Juditha and Louis Brown, parents of Nicole Brown Simpson
That is just one of the unusual things that OMIG investigators believe is a smoking gun implicating prosecutors and defense lawyers, as well, in obstruction of justice. However, in Johnson’s act of attrition this week in 2015 to keep the peace among his alliances, he had to do his own homework in political correctness, something Donald Trump might want to take note after this week’s debacle during his first Republican debate. Johnson had to realize that geographic differences matter in considering the feelings of all of those who have aligned themselves with the side he’s on, relative to the Simpson concealment. Where it concerns Spizer, is that the same judge was used over and over again, to seal certain mitigating evidence related to her subject client that would have favored Simpson, and undermined the prosecutors’ case against him. Some of that information would be published after Spizer and Johnson met in January of 2001, in the hotel lobby of the Ontario Airport Hilton Hotel, in Ontario, California. She met with him and another OMIG investigator to hold discussion regarding evidence, approximately half way between Los Angeles and Palm Desert, California, where Spizer and another traveler who drove with her called home. They were directed to meet each other by a Florida convict that Johnson had traced to death row in a prison in Raiford, Florida, a man by the name of Glen Rogers.
It turns out that Johnson had found that the same judge who had abetted the surreptitious removal of the Brown’s telephone records from the Simpson case file, John Reid, was the same judge who sealed crucial records on this man, Rogers, as well as crucial information from a prosecutor who was responsible for arranging to bring Rogers back to California to stand trial for murder, now retired L.A. County Deputy D.A. Lea D’Agostino. Everyone in Gil Garcetti, the L.A. County D.A., ignored the possibility of Rogers leaving death row to stand trial else where, that usually does not occur, and is only done generally as a political favor by one Governor requesting special dispensation from another Governor, normal extradition procedures don’t work in the instance of someone sentenced to death row. Usually the only way they come off is in a casket after execution has been carried out. So, the woman they like to call the “Dragon Lady” pulled it off, certainly to the nervous political dismay of Gil Garcetti and his inner circle. The reason they would not have wanted him returning to Los Angeles is because of allegations, including those brought to their attention by their Deputy D.A. D’Agostino, herself, that Rogers had been in a proximate relationship with Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole. D’Agostino was dismissed rather crudely by deputy D.A.’s from Garcetti’s office, who emptied her desk and demanding she turn over all notes and documents related to Rogers. Their formal reason for her demotion was that she was not qualified to handle the prosecution of a high profile case. However, according to Johnson, her documents indicated that she was a noted prosecutor with very high marks based on her annual proficiency ratings. Others stated that she was enormously better than Marcia Clark, then why the dismissal from the Rogers case. D’Agostino protested to the Civil Service Commission in a grievance hearing, and it appears that whatever redacted information she had to say about the Rogers connection was so damaging that Judge Reid was asked again to seal the transcript of that proceeding as well.
Johnson talks about what he found in his book THE PEOPLE VS. OJ SIMPSON, as well as PURSUIT OF EXHIBIT 35 In the OJ Simpson Murder Trial where after years of research and attaining documents, he and investigators found that Rogers was afflicted with a congenital psychotic disease all of whose symptoms are psychiatric, and have the lethal effect of turning him into a uncontrollable beast through little or no fault of his own, he has had the disease since childhood. More perplexing was that women he was with probably could not see the transformation coming because Rogers was described as being a ruggedly handsome fellow, and a gentleman on the surface. However, the disease for which Rogers is afflicted, is diagnosed as being notably triggered by one thing for sure, alcohol consumption. In the case of 4 women, three of which were killed within 2 weeks time, Rogers was noted as being in a location where he had been consuming alcohol.
Convicted serial killer Glen Edward Rogers, and a monster he becomes from a spontaneous attack of the dreaded A.I.P. or Mad King George’s Disease.
The disease Johnson noted, was found first buried in his California death row appeal file, sealed by the same judge, John H. Reid, who allowed the permanent removal of all evidence in the Simpson case file. He would not find out it had been sealed until 3 hours after examining and making notes of the contents within the Rogers file when admonished by a senior clerk that all of the files he had been given were confidential because of an identifying stamp 187. The replacement file he was given held nothing of interest on Rogers. Before the senior clerk came and took it away, he noticed that the Rogers file had repetitive notes by medical doctors in pre-trial medical reports regarding the disease he has and appeared to be the writing of several doctors attempting to cover themselves from malpractice in the event of some controversy regarding this virtually silent high profile trial. When T.H. Johnson brought his investigative notes back to the office of the Ocean Medical Investigative Group, he sat down with his brother, and chairman, Dr. Henry S. Johnson, and other medical doctors who heard about the disease but knew very little beyond its name Porphyria. As time went on in 2000, and the OMIG investigator dug deeper into the concealed documents and his communiques with Rogers on death row; who had been secretly shipped back to death row in Florida after his California murder conviction in 1999, Rogers began to open up. Johnson told Rogers that what he read was not about the skin ailments associated with porphyria, and its allergic reaction to sunlight, but the type of porphyria that impacted the brain exclusively. Rogers seemed surprised and did not know anything beyond the word porphyria, and that only a few doctors knew of his disease in the various institutions he was incarcerated as a teenager. The disease is said to have been the premise for the two classic horror pictures, “The Wolfman and Ann Rice’s Dracula” a being so deformed they cannot stand to be out during the light of day, and one who roams as a beast during the dark hours. By this time, Johnson had been in contact with the specialists of this disease from the American Porphyria Foundation, as well as European medical specialists in the disease. He was now convinced that Rogers was not afflicted with the strain of porphyria that causes skin and appendage deformities, but he was afflicted with the acute form of the disease, Acute Intermittent Porphyria or A.I.P, whose spontaneous conveyance of an over production of an iron enriched enzyme called heme, goes straight to the brain with severe toxic effects. The afflicted can often experience a spontaneous bipolar reaction, which could catch an acquaintance off guard with other spontaneous psychotic reactions of paranoia, schizophrenia, hallucinations, and delirium, and could become uncontrollably violent and dangerous to whomever was in close proximity. The common name for the affliction A.I.P. became Mad King George’s Disease, named after a British Monarch, George III, who was a late 18th century monarch during the time of the American Revolution. King George III would ultimately have to be locked behind bars for the last 10 years of his life until he died in 1820 for his safety and the safety of others.
King George III, suffered from the affliction of Acute Intermittent Porphyria later to be called in reference to the monarch Mad King George’s Disease. He would die behind locked cell doors in Windsor Castle after 10 years there 1810 to 182o.
Rogers put the OMIG investigators in touch with his Florida public defender, who provided additional documents from his murder trial in Hillsboro County, Tampa, Florida. Those documents indicate that the medical specialists who were called to testify in the sentencing phase of Rogers’ trial fully testified that he suffers from all of the indications of the most acute form of porphyria, that which is called MAD KING GEORGE’S DISEASE or AIP. This raises further questions as to whether Rogers had been afforded proper due process, in both Florida and California. Thus, if he suffered from the disease AIP and was afflicted with it at the time he committed these murders he would, and should have, possibly been determined to be mentally unfit to stand trial, rather than tried and convicted of murder. It appears that by concealing this information which we now know that California had as well, they may be attempting to use Florida as a surrogate to execute Rogers, which would assure his silence in the Simpson matter. A secure mental asylum for sure should be his final residence for life, but not death row, as Johnson believes despite the number of people he’s killed and estimated to be around 100. Rogers began to open up more and more, based upon what he could remember. However, he also has problems with his memory as the California doctors noted because of the severe trauma to the brain he’s experienced over time. Working undercover for law enforcement, as a confidential informant, we sure he had to prove his loyalty and mettle. They noted he’d been struck with tire irons, beer bottles, baseball bats and even hit by a car that has, they’ve determined, damaged the frontal lobe of his brain. The California abstract below for Rogers’ transfer to San Quentin state prison’s death row, indicates the California court officials knew Rogers was afflicted with this insidious psychiatric disease, but attempt to discount its severity as a psychotic disease by referring to it as simply porphyria with no explanation of what it is or its psychotic effects that impair the mind of the afflicted. The record indicates that D’Agostino was told to not expect that Rogers would be allowed to file his appeals from a prison cell in California because they were determined to send him back to Florida’s death row once his Los Angeles trial had ended.
Johnson is now busily making calls to make amends and keep the loyalty of his or OMIG’s growing caste of relevant supporters together, who have something substantive to offer and which continues to grow each week.
The most recent and important connection, is a Denver author named Stephen Singular who wrote about a neo-Nazi organization, called the Order, and their execution of a Denver radio talk show host, Alan Berg, back in 1986. Singular was contacted by an LAPD insider because of that book, Talked to Death, who ultimately met with Singular in a Denver park to tell him that there was also a neo-Nazi connection within the LAPD, in the first week of August 1994. The insider particularly cited those in command positions willing to protect corrupt police officers on the force, and when they retired they retired as veteran officers to the same geographic region of NE Washington, NW Idaho, which is the central head quarters of the Aryan resistance groups, skin heads, and neo-Nazi organizations. At the same time the insider was in Denver, another Deputy D.A. by the name of Lucienne Coleman was fielding complaints from other officers about LA Detective Mark Fuhrman for parading around the precinct on weekends wearing Nazi paraphernalia, and the continued animosity shown a fellow officer for marrying a Jewish woman. The allegations were claimed by author Joseph Bosco, A PROBLEM OF EVIDENCE, to be true that Fuhrman’s fingerprints were found on a Nazi swastika placed in another officer’s locker by internal affairs.
Because of what Singular was told and brought to the attention of both defense lawyers and prosecutors 8 months before the trial began and less than two months after the murders occurred, it shook up both sides, prosecution and defense, who apparently did not want the revelations of Singular brought to light. Singular appeared to know and describe everything related to the planted glove, and planted blood containing what neither side knew anything about at the time; EDTA. It was Singular told them about it and he got a Colorado blood specialist to explain how to conduct the delicate test for the blood preservative EDTA. Although one of the prominent prosecutors in the Simpson case was going to show everyone one that Singular was a charlatan, and run him out of town on a rail, by sending the blood samples off to the FBI laboratory. However, when the results came back the prosecutors gambit failed, the FBI special agent had to admit that the tests found the blood preservative EDTA was in the blood, high enough according to the Denver blood specialist to be fatal if found in a human body. This was an indication the blood was indeed planted.
What that insider described at Simpson’s residence concerning the glove and a stick used to carry it onto his property, would be found, and photographed by police photographers at Simpson’s Rockingham residence, indicating what the anonymous insider said was right about a visit to plant evidence on Simpson’s property two times during the dark A.M. hours of Monday 06/13/94. Our advice, keep scurrying OMIG and Mr. T, this Simpson saga won’t go away and just keeps getting more interesting every day….