Conspiracy of Silence



Yorkshire Television produced this 36-minut film “Conspiracy of Silence” in 1994. The main subject of the film is a professed child abuse group in which convicted felon and a number of distinguished persons of Nebraska like Lawrence King, who was an Omaha banker and political fundraiser, were involved.

The broadcast of the documentary on cable outlet Discovery Chanel was scheduled on 3 May, 1994 in the U.S. but it was never released. It is claimed by the film supporters that the film release was stopped due to political pressure, but Discovery Channel or Yorkshire Television didn’t commented officially about the reason.


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