Reporter Danny Casolaro had been following a huge network of crime that
connected with a program named PROMIS created by a company named Inslaw. Inslaw executives
claimed PROMIS had been stolen by the government, and they wanted recompense. While
following this twisted story, Casolaro suddenly turned up "suicided". He had
told friends if they were ever told he had committed suicide not to believe it, and to
know he had been murdered. This is a very real, very large, very dark conspiracy which has
been acknowledged, albeit quietly, by the mainstream media.
Based on their knowledge and belief, the Hamiltons [William and Nancy, owners of Inslaw] have alleged
that high level officials in the Department of Justice conspired to steal the Enhanced
PROMIS software system. As an element of this theft, these officials, who included
former Attorney General Edwin Meese and Deputy Attorney General Lowell Jensen, forced
INSLAW into bankruptcy by intentionally creating a sham contract dispute over the terms
and conditions of the contract which led to the withholding of payments due INSLAW by the
Department. The Hamiltons maintain that, after driving the company into bankruptcy,
Justice officials attempted to force the conversion of INSLAW's bankruptcy status from
Chapter 11: Reorganization to Chapter 7: Liquidation. They assert that such a change in
bankruptcy status would have resulted in the forced sale of INSLAW'S assets, including
Enhanced PROMIS to a rival computer company called Hadron, Inc., which, at the time, was
attempting to conduct a hostile buyout of INSLAW. Hadron, Inc., was controlled by the
Biotech Capital Corporation, under the control of Dr. Earl Brian, who was president and
chairman of the corporation. The Hamiltons assert that
even though the attempt to change the status of INSLAW's bankruptcy was unsuccessful, the
Enhanced PROMIS software system was eventually provided to Dr. Brian by individuals from
the Department with the knowledge and concurrence of then Attorney General Meese who had
previously worked with Dr. Brian in the cabinet of California Governor Ronald Reagan and
later at the Reagan White House. According to the Hamiltons, the ultimate goal of the
conspiracy was to position Hadron and the other companies owned or controlled by Dr. Brian
to take advantage of the nearly 3 billion dollars, worth of automated data processing
upgrade contracts planned to be awarded by the Department of Justice during the 1980's.
Information obtained by the Hamiltons through sworn affidavits of several individuals,
including Ari Ben- Menashe, a former Israeli Mossad officer, and Michael Riconosciuto, an
individual who claims to have ties to the intelligence community, indicated that an element of this ongoing criminal enterprise by Mr. Meese, Dr.
Brian and others included the modification of the Enhanced PROMIS software by individuals
associated with the world of covert intelligence operations. The Hamiltons claim
the modification of Enhanced PROMIS was an essential element of the enterprise, because the software was subsequently distributed by Dr. Brian to
intelligence agencies internationally with a "back door" software routine, so
that U.S. intelligence agencies could covertly break into the system when needed.
The Hamiltons also presented information indicating that PROMIS had been distributed to
several Federal agencies, including the FBI, CIA, and DEA.