Janet Reno is the woman who Slick and Hillary Clinton hired to play
goalie for the Clinton regime, i.e. as attorney general of the US.
Jack Thompson ran against Janet Reno in a Dade County election once,
and has been publically daring Reno, the Florida Bar, and the Democrat
party to sue him since that time. He describes Reno as a predatory lesbian
who has been stopped with female prostitutes in the back seat of cars
in mall parking lots, who has been pulled over DWI numerous times, and
who has other kinds of significant problems.
But the larger part of Janet Reno's skeleton collection involves
something more novel. In the 1980's, a new variation on the
medieval theme of witchcraft trials arose in America, the so-called
"ritual abuse" trial, using recovered memories as evidence. This
began with the celebrated McMartin case at Manhatten Beach and quickly
spread over the land, every unscrupulous DA in the country trying to
add one such case to his/her resume in much the same manner in which
professional hunters like to have one elephant or one rhino on their
All except Janet Reno, that is. Reno made a cottage industry
out of sending altogether innocent people to prison for things
which not only had they not done, but which in fact had never
happened at all.
Consider this interview with one of the victims of Janet Reno's witch hunts, circa 1984.
What is being described was the Reno method for extracting an accusation against her husband
from a 17-year-old girl.
Some of the highlights:
What was your cell like? Were you there alone?
I was there alone in a very small cell with a bed and a toilet. But the thing is that they would switch me from cell to cell. There was this other cell -- I'll never forget. It was called 3A1. I never forget that, because most of the people that were there, it was like a big room with little cells next to each other. And most of the people -- well, all the people that were there were suicide or suicide watch or they were crazy. Everybody was naked.
You were naked?
I was naked. Yes.
For how long?
They switched me back and forth. They keep me there for a week. I lost track of time.
So you would go into this cell 3A1. They would have you strip first?
They had me there for a long time.
And you would spend hours, days -- what?
In the cell alone, naked?
Alone, naked, cold. That's when I began to feel they were getting hard on me. They would give me cold showers. Two people will hold me, run me under cold water, and then throw me back in the cell naked with nothing, just a bare floor. And I used to be cold, real cold. I would have my periods and they would just wash me and throw me back in the cell. And they would tell me if I don't do what they say, that was going to be my life for the rest of my life.
I started breaking down, crying, depressed. They started giving me medications every night to sleep. They were very, very strong. They were these very little green pills. ...