Processing Distortion with Peter B. Collins: Gay Sex & Blackmail in Washington

Peter B. Collins Presents Henry Vinson & Nick Bryant

Running a funeral home by day, and a gay escort service at night, Henry Vinson was a witness to Washington’s dark side during the Reagan and Bush I administrations. He describes how power broker Craig Spence hired Vinson’s “rent boys” to populate wild sex parties that were videotaped to blackmail some elected officials. He names Donald Gregg, CIA veteran, ambassador to South Korea and close advisor of the first Bush, who used his government credit card to pay for gay sex, billed as funeral accessories; and how one of the highest ranking cabinet members paid Vinson a visit to keep him quiet, and shortly after he was indicted and spent about 10 years in prison.

*Henry W. Vinson, with journalist Nick Bryant, just published Confessions of a DC Madam: The Politics of Sex, Lies and Blackmail. Bryant was a recent guest on this podcast, reporting on the Jeffrey Epstein pedophile scandal, and is the author of The Franklin Scandal, for which Vinson was a source.

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  1. albatross0612 says:

    I’ve always liked Peter B Collins, and if i ever meet you in person i’m buying you a beer, “G-van face lift” had me dying… Good show, thank you!

    • Castillonis says:

      Thank you to Peter B and Henry for an excellent interview. A very important lesson on methods is that powerful people in DC will continue to come after you as long as you are credible, successful, or alive. Just because you have been incarcerated for a long period of time and don’t discuss their crimes does not make you safe. You are still a potential threat and they will continue to come after you. Stay away from territory where they have a network of compromised officials or power. This is especially true of DC and because of Larry King and others Oklahoma. ( more information on OK in Franklin Scandal books ) Thanks again to Henry for adding to the previous lessons on BFP about methedology that might provide future whistle blowers the wisdom to have nine lives like a cat.
      I read
      1. Confessions of a D.C. Madam by Henry Vinson
      I watched
      2. you tube documentary video about the Franklin Scandal
      I have started to read
      3. The Franklin Cover Up ( 2012 edition ) by former Oklahoma senator and lawyer John W DeCamp
      4. The Franklin Scandal by Nick Bryant

      • Castillonis says:

        I forgot to mention links to the Washington Times article by Paul M Rodriguez on June 29th 1989 at wantoknow info. This site also has a scan of the front page which includes a few credit card charge slips. You can limit search results from oogle to a specific site or domain by using the “site:” key word before the search keys. An example search for this content is show below.
        site:wantoknow.info franklin

      • Castillonis says:

        Correction: Omaha, Nebraska NOT Oklahoma
        I have read most of John DeCamp’s The Franklin Cover Up. He uses depositions and other documentation in an attempt to be the most objective. It is a great book that reveals that the Chief of Police, a high school principal, previous newspaper owner, and other powerful people were involved in the scandal. It helps you understand the discussion of Spence and Larry King in Vinson’s book. The book also reveals problems with Grand Jurys.

  2. fatheadjoe says:

    Peter B is more of a wine guy if memory serves.

  3. kariflack says:

    my god superb information and demonstration of power elite networking here. definitely putting this book on my list.

    • 344thBrother says:

      kariflack: In case you’re not aware, you can still find Youtube 2 hour documentary of “The Franklin Coverup” free. Highly recommended and that information was heavily censored and the attempts to erase it from history almost succeeded. Thanks to some great work by an anonymous person, they (George Herbert THE PERVERT Walker Bush again?) didn’t manage to burn every copy of the documentary and it got free.

      In my opinion that (Expletive deleted grrrrrrrrr) is one of the main censoring/controlling forces sitting on the heads of the media. Just look at the reports of the bulldozers in the first Iraq war that went down 70 MILES of trenches and buried all those front line soldiers alive. (Who were reportedly mostly poor people and kids pressed into service and prevented from retreating by mine fields behind them).

      Cheney (In collusion with GHWB) was in charge of laundering the battlefield and the news reporters access to views of battelfield casualties. During the initial assault this happened:

      It wasn’t until late in the afternoon of Feb. 25 that the press pool was permitted to see where the attack occurred. There were groups of Iraqi prisoners. About 2,000 had surrendered. But there were no bodies, no stench of feces that hovers on a battlefield, no blood stains, no bits of human beings. “You get a little firefight in Vietnam and the bodies would be stacked up like cordwood,” Daniel said. Finally, Daniel found the Division public affairs officer, an Army major.

      “Where the hell are all the bodies?” Daniel said.

      “What bodies?” the officer replied.

      Daniel and the rest of the world would not find out until months later why the dead had vanished. Thousands of Iraqi soldiers, some of them alive and firing their weapons from World War I-style trenches, were buried by plows mounted on Abrams main battle tanks. The Abrams flanked the trench lines so that tons of sand from the plow spoil funneled into the trenches. Just behind the tanks, actually straddling the trench line, came M2 Bradleys pumping 7.62mm machine gun bullets into the Iraqi troops.

      “I came through right after the lead company,” said Army Col. Anthony Moreno, who commanded the lead brigade during the 1st Mech’s assault. “What you saw was a bunch of buried trenches with people’s arms and legs sticking out of them. For all I know, we could have killed thousands.”

      Bodies? What bodies?
      American Flag draped coffins? What coffins?
      watch the birdie. LOOK A BRIGHT SHINY CRUISE MISSILE!

  4. steven hobbs says:

    Great interview! Timing, tonality rapport all. Thank you, Henry and Nick.

  5. 344thBrother says:

    I’ve been screaming about George Herbert THE PERVERT Walker Bush’s involvement in sex with young black boys and being blackmailer in chief for many years. Thank you for this excellent podcast! I’d like to see a lot more of this come out since it would definitely take the Bush dynasty down a few pegs and perhaps end their future dynastic plans.

    Good job!
    p
    d

    • 344thBrother says:

      Further: In regards to your new equipment, round table format and overall quality of the show.

      The minor glitches in the sound equipment did nothing to detract from the show in my opinion. Small things, and you carried them off with aplomb. You all came off as intelligent, funny, focused and easy to watch.

      As always it’s nice to see Sibel interact with you in real time. Sibel, you’re a natural on camera. You’re lovely (Matthew is a lucky man in many ways), your accent is pleasant and adds to (not detracts from) your deliverey. Your tone is smooth and easy listening and your countenance is animated and genuine. I wish there was a way to increase your exposure in this format without tolerating and inviting more idiocy from the peanut gallery and internet sock puppet types. Consider this my suggestion that we find a way to get you out there more widely. Perhaps some sort of real time or at least frequent moderator to douse flame wars and eject argumentative people? I would volunteer for a shift. I am almost sure that you would have a wide audience appeal just because of your style and delivery and the message of course is always chock full of information.

      peace freedom truth justice. You all are bringing it.
      Keep it up Peter and Guilermo too! And thank you Mr. Vincent and Nick Bryant! Great info and I’ve got your book on my wish list at Amazon. If there’s another way that you would prefer to sell your book, let me know and I’ll do that.
      d

      • Don’t eject the argumentative types. Many of you are the argumentative types on other forums. Don’t forget that. Antagonism is relative. One person’s antagonist is another’s hero.

      • Brother,
        I’m pretty confused. You seem to be referring to the roundtable video, but as A Name mentioned, all I’m seeing/hearing here is the podcast with Peter B and his two guests. Am I missing something?

    • And if you watched Corbett’s stuff….he might be the guy who dug a hole that made no sense in the back of JFK’s head to make the story “concord” with the narrative. The old mess was a CIA guy all his life before and almost made himself President in 81 (failed) and after that ( I wasn’t even born in 81) but I know about those who said Reagan wasn’t the same after and it was definitely the start of a Vice President whipping the President. Reagan didn’t orchestrate Iran/Contra for example, he wasn’t bright enough to come up with that or want to do that, he put them in prison just to have GHWB pardon them a year or two afterwards when becoming President.

      At that time the hubris from the republican party was so extreme, a Democrat from the south was elected again, but unlike Jimmy Carter, he wasn’t a good man, looked good on camera unlike Carter…and Carter was going to win Presidency again (and take action against Israel according to old retired generals) and then that wonderfully orchestrated october surprise, by who else GHWB.

      Oh and apparently Hillary, GHWB and someone else I forget right now, but a big neocon name was seen at the airport before JFK Jr. died, as he threatened Hillary’s Senate job in NY…

      So the highjack of the country really was put on overdrive around the time I was born…great, what in Shiva or Ganesha have I done? (jk, i’m not hindu, but i wish I understood their extremely complicated religion)

      When will the ghast just die, I’ll wish there’s a hell for at least the day when he does. I felt great the whole day Ariel Sharon went into coma, I think his act of kindness when he removed the illegal settlers from Gaza was because his many micro and not so micro-cva’s which gave him a crooked eye in his last year or so made him brainfart some good unintentionally then.

  6. Are these things supposed to be video? All I get is audio.

  7. This //// makes me think of the fundamental flaw. That flaw being that evil can happen at all, especially on this level. People talk so much about saving the world. But is a world, or even the very prime mover of all existence that happens to produce such a world, a world that is capable of producing such evil, a prime mover of the same capacity, in any way at all redeemable? If I were to suddenly become god I’d hit the delete button out of sheer embarrassment.

  8. Also, at the 30 minute mark, is this what those $100,000 toilet seats were really about?

  9. Good comment that it’s important for people to understand that the money behind politics is only part of the big picture. It’s quite telling that Henry Vinson’s downfall was basically the product of his unwillingness to cross the boundaries into the moral abyss of the political elite. Hopefully his book will open up some people’s eyes. The subject matter however, definitely takes a page from The Lone Gladio.

  10. It’s endlessly fascinating what a complete slime pit the power elite represents. Like they get off on depravity itself, the idea of being as monstrous as possible. Killing children. And getting away with it. Is there another planet I can move to?

  11. This was an excellent episode.

  12. It might be that I have a twisted teenag-y sense of humour still, but…

    PBC:So politicians who want black escorts, that is popular (paraphrasing, just after he made fun of the escort service name which was neither the Paul McCartney song or whatever this guy said it was…Ivory something..)
    Henry: I would say so yes, there is quite a demand for that.
    PBC:….mm’kay

    That wasn’t the usual m’kay from you Mr.Collins! haha

    • Ronald Orovitz says:

      And it can go the other way -according to a Wayne Madsen source, Barack Obama has a thing for receiving fellatio from older white men…. So then, he has a crush on Zbig. Brzezinski?

      • steven hobbs says:

        Hi Ronald,

        Don’t know whether to thank or curse you for the image! I suppose… just keeping it real. LOL

      • Ronald, this is just racist and inappropriate…

        I’m sure Obama isn’t that selective about who he lets “serve at the pleasure of the president”.

        … sorry, I probably shouldn’t be encouraging this, lest the conversation run too far in the wrong direction, but I could resist that one…

        btw, @Marty: yes, that was pretty ‘teenag-y’, as you put it, but so was this 😉 Besides, that was a pretty awkward and comical moment in the interview.

      • I hope he had trickiest dick of them all do the job in a sick punitive way (Dick Cheney). But I guess it would make his fake heart and heart accessories go flatline from the disgust (that good ol’ boy from Wyoming is surely not into anything sexual, he’d have to have been human to do so.

        Speaking of which, the traditional Tricky Dick (Nixon) said the Bohemian Grove was the fruitiest place full of faggots he doesn’t wish to go back to ever. Maybe some are right when they say Nixon wasn’t that bad afterall. Wasn’t he for a single payer health system like any self respecting industrialized country? He was starting to push for that after creating the worst thing he ever did IMO (creating the DEA, impossible to pardon), probably a cause for his orchestrated downfall. (Yeah sorry Peter, I know you were at the media frontlines of Watergate, but some deep state stuff happened behind the scene to put Nixon in trouble….his lack of love for Israel…wanting single payer healthcare, other stuff I can’t fathom now, because to me he isn’t the watergate guy, he’s the DEA guy, who by extension created the prison-industrial-complex.

  13. Won-a-pa-lei says:

    Ah,ha ha…ho, ho, ho

  14. Ronald Orovitz says:

    Well, it occurred to me that one way to bring these horrors to the attention of the general public with the use of dark humor is to make up a little game where you show pictures of congressmen – particularly those who consistently vote against the interest and will of their constituents – and ask the question: Which is it? a live boy or a dead girl that they found in his bed? This is based on the famous quip of Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards: “The only way I can lose this election is if I’m caught in bed with either a dead girl or a live boy”. I think this question should be asked of all of the senators voting to fast-track the TTP.

    That may be tasteless, but since the general public has this tendency to just block it out of mind when these allegations come up, the way to break the ice is through the use of humor. Play this game at a party where everyone’s a little inebriated, then when they wake up hung-over the next day, they’ll think about that game they played last night, and remember those rumors they heard about so and so congressman, and put two and two together….

    • Ronald,

      I think Won-a-pa-lei made a good point that joking around, like we were earlier in the discussion, has the potential to trivialize the aspect of the case which deals with the abuse of children. Obviously this is nobody’s intention here, but the fact that this is part of what was discussed in the podcast warrants a degree of sensitivity that our joking around has the potential to undermine. However well intentioned the motive may be, I don’t think there’s any place for comedy around this issue and we should be mindful of that in whatever strategy we use in our efforts to expose this activity to a wider audience. That’s just my take on the matter though.

      • steven hobbs says:

        Yes, Louis CK recently tried to make a little skit out of child molestation on SNL, available on Youtube. It bombed terribly, although I thought he did an excellent attempt, but found myself cringing more than once. That wasn’t funny. Humor is a great idea on these serious subjects. I wish a ghost of Mart Twain would return to haunt our politicians and help us out a bit.

      • I just pointed out Peter’s seeming amusement with that pause and the way he said m’kay….
        I am in no way trivializing the matter, I made a post saying that one has only to look at my replies in the Jeffrey Epstein episode’s section to see how much these vampires disgust me. Yet it is stuck in moderation, w/e.

        • No, I’m not trying to call you out or anything like that (or myself for that matter). I don’t think there’s anybody here who doesn’t find these type of child predators beyond repulsive. I just took note of Won-a-pa-lei’s reaction to our joking around as a reason to reflect on how other people might be negatively affected by the impression of a lack of seriousness. (Hopefully that sentence made sense… I’m not sure but it ought to be clear enough)

          Beyond that, as I indicated at the top, my comment was mainly addressed to Ronald’s suggestion about the use of dark humor to expose these people for what they are. It’s just a matter of tactics that’s all.

    • Just showing pictures of the next election’s candidates (by counties not president), and have the children pick the nicest looking person in the bunch (hopefully there is more than 2 candidates and a Green or Independent or Constitution etc. Party person shows up in a lot of counties and have that be the real election results, say by visiting schools in the counties.) I’m sure we’d end up removing a lot of the bad guys in one big sweep. What kid would point to John McCain or Lindsay Graham (shudders)?

      • I can’t even look at figures like John McCain or Lindsay Graham without experiencing a sensation of repulsion.

        • Bottom line is that we have to recognize that the game is rigged and it’s not possible to count on our elected officials to carry the torch on anything. “Reform” accomplishes nothing. Any real change is going to have to come from thinking outside of the box, not looking for a building permit from the fox to renovate the safety features on the chicken coup.

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