Sherman H. Skolnick
by Sherman H. Skolnick
Since my original story about the strange death of Edmond J. Safra, it was announced as if the matter is closed by the alleged confession of Safra's male nurse, stating that the nurse supposedly set the fire himself.
Please note: the Monaco police are puzzled by the following:
 The male nurse was hired 5 months previous. (That puts it about the time the Bank of England together with Safra's bank empire were implicated reportedly in a plot to force down the price of gold.)
 The Monaco police are puzzled after a psychiatric study of the male nurse. He was hired at the huge sum of 600 DOLLARS PER DAY. YET, the male nurse was apparently known to being derganged, and unstable. He was formerly part of secret operations as with the U.S. Green Berets. Possibly, as a reported "hit" team.
 Under these circumstances, the police and others are pondering whether some criminal gang, such as the Russian mafiya, who had grievances against banker Safra, arranged to plant the "male nurse" in Safra's dwelling to arrange whatever caused his death. This also opens the matter to some discussion that this "male nurse" was prepared to take the rap, or be the patsy, if his story unraveled. Can they prosecute him if he is a "mental case"? In the U.S., such a criminal suspect or defendant is sent away for "treatment" rather than put on trial. And more, was the "male nurse" planted by some intelligence agency having a motive, as in my earlier story, to snuff out banker Safra?
 The monopoly press, having down-played or left out these details,
gives the false impression it is a simple matter and the case is closed.
NOT SO. Stay tuned.
Since 1958, Mr.Skolnick has been a court reformer. Since 1963,
founder/chairman, Citizen's Committee to Clean Up the Courts, disclosing
certain instances of judicial and other bribery and political murders.
Since 1991 a regular panelist, and since 1995, moderator/producer, of
one-hour,weekly public access Cable TV Show, "Broadsides", Cablecast on
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