Originally Posted by trixie View Post
Bonnie Cox did some research & she came up with this, not saying it's correct, but very interesting:
Jeryll Cohen, of Watenmaker’s firm reminded me of Jeff Cohen, who was one of Corey Feldman’s costars in the movie “The Goonies”. This is where I began my search for the rapists of the “Two Coreys”.
I found this interview from Cohen, who played “Chunk” in the movie:
“JC: I went away to college in Berkeley to get away from L.A. When I was younger, I was really into The Little Rascals, Abbott & Costello and The Three Stooges. [As I got older,] I became more interested in the behind the scenes people like Jeffrey Katzenberg, Louis B. Mayer, David Geffen. I love entertainment, so I went to law school at UCLA and now I have an entertainment law firm. I represent artists, protect their interests, etc. Yeah, Chunk’s now an entertainment lawyer in Beverley Hills.” Source http://pop-break.com/2010/07/16/interview-chunk-from-the-goonies/
Spielberg was a writer for “The Goonies” and executive producer - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089218/
Spielberg, Geffen and Katzenberg were the founders of “Dreamworks” (you know, the one with the Neverland Logo of the little boy on the moon that Michael Jackson created but was rewarded with a door slammed in his face?)
Some information on Geffen and Cohen.
David Geffen is openly gay. Not that that makes him a pedophile, but it doesn’t exactly make him chaste either. And considering he thinks he has a right to other people’s creations, I don’t much care what people read into that statement.
Corey Feldman –
The Edison Twins, is Haim’s first T.V. appearance
Corey Feldman and Robert Downey Jr.
Is this the guy that Haim accused Feldman of “still hanging around with?” Scroll halfway down.
Haim’s feature film debut was “First Born” With Robert Downey, Jr. – Click Here On Haim’s Wikipedia page, I found this:
“I was ten (sic), and I’ll never forget we went to like a crew party and my mom and dad were like dancing with other people and it was rocky; and I just started crying, whatever, and I remember Sarah pulling me outside with Robert. And Robert said, you’re comin’ to live with me. And the next thing I remember I was in their car and we were walking, we went back to their place, and in their bedroom upstairs in this New York loft, they just cleaned everything out and put a blue lightbulb in there for me and a mattress and everything, and I lived there for a month and a half two months, with him and Sarah” Source
Now, why wouldn’t Downey get accused of child molestation? Haim slept in the same bedroom (a loft no less! Just like Michael Jackson’s two story bedroom!) and he did this for a whole six to eight weeks every day.
Silver Bullet with Stephen King and Dino De Laurentis. Stanley Jaffe is the producer of “First Born” that convinced Haim to leave his father’s management and get an agent in L.A. Jaffe was a graduate of Wharton School for Business. That is an Illuminati institution.
David Seltzer is Haim’s director/writer in “Lucas”. Haim turned 14 on the set of Lucas. He was offered that role the same day Rob Reiner offered him River Phoenix’s role in “Stand by Me” – Corey Feldman was cast in this film. This is the same age that BOTH boys claimed they were abused.
Since both boys accused each other of knowing about it and not doing anything (Haim claims Feldman gave him cocaine to snort right after it happened in an episode of “The Two Corey’s) We can also add possible suspects Seltzer and Reiner to that list. This fits the profile timeline of when this was going on.
A quote from Seltzer:
“Not in a negative way, but he was something of a magnet and he knew it." Haim had read for River Phoenix's role in Stand By Me while eating lunch in director Rob Reiner's backyard, and got the part the same day that he was offered Lucas. He later said he would not have changed his decision” Source
The Lost Boys was the first film the “Two Corey’s” starred in Together, released in 1987. But according to Haim, he was fourteen and a half when he was “raped”. Haim was probably fifteen when he began filming “The Lost Boys” or close to 14 and half. The creators of this film were Joel Schumacher, Harvey Bernard (Who also did “The Goonies” which Feldman starred in and Spielberg exec. produced) and Richard Donner. Of the listed director/producers, writers and cast of “Lost Boys” every one is Jewish except for Jason Patric.
Feldman and Haim became friends when meeting while both went for the role of “Mouth” in “The Goonies”.
Next came “Licensed to Drive”, which was filmed in 1987 and released in 1988. It was directed by Greg Beeman, John Davis, Andrew Licht, and Jefferey Mueller (both of the latter worked together on “Little Monsters”.
Next, both Corey’s starred in “Dream a Little Dream”, with Marc Rosso and D.E. Eisenberg and “Blown Away” directed by Brenton Spencer and produced by Peter Simpson.
Both Corey’s are Jewish also. Makes you wonder why these men would brutalize their own.
So we have possibles Rob Reiner, Robert Downey Jr., Steven Spielberg, Joel Schumacher, Harvey Bernard, Richard Donner, David Seltzer and David Geffen as suspects in this “group of men”.
If they are clean, they KNOW and party and do business with Pedophiles in this industry.
I tried desperately to find out who Corey Feldman’s rapist was, but all I could find was reference to an assistant he will not name.
Haim accused Feldman, in that episode of the “Two Corey’s” of still being friends with the man who raped him. That episode was taped in 2008.
Michael Bass partnered with Corey Haim in the lease of a home, in which Haim lived with Bass and his mother in later years. Bass wanted to use the home as a fundraiser to buy toys for Russian children but the ploy turned out to be a scam. While Haim was trying to fire him, Bass phoned in a false report to police that Haim tried to threaten him and had Haim arrested. Feldman posted Haim’s bail and Bass made a statement that Haim was still under contract to him for another 18 months. (Sounds like familiar tactics?)
Seems all you have to do in Hollywood to get rewarded for taking down a defector is change your name:
“But long before he was known as Edward Bass the producer, he was Michael Bass, the ex-con turned Hollywood promoter who staged some glitzy and controversial celebrity-driven events around town in
the late 1980s and 1990s.” Source
An article accompanying Feldman’s “Nightline” interview reveals that Haim’s family is not impressed with the “too little, too late” revelations:
“There still seems to be a rift between Feldman and Haim's family. When Haim died in 2010, Feldman was not invited to the funeral and when Nightline reached out to Haim's mother for comment, she told them she wasn't going to respond to anything Feldman had to say, and wishes he would only talk about himself.” Source
Of course this interview with Feldman came out this month and there are the articles that not only make light of those revelations but call Feldman a liar, suggesting he is just drumming up publicity for himself. (Let’s forget that his friend is DEAD and the trauma sent him into drugs at the age of fourteen!) Click here for Slimeball Press
There's Spielberg, Geffen, Donner and Schumacher again... ^ That is fantastic research right there. Where there's smoke, there' fire, and those 4 names keep coming up. I said Spielberg, I feel even more comfortable with it now. Geffen? In a second.... All this power because they produce what is supposedly "entertainment"?
It's time for people to let go of any and all fascination with the entertainment industry.
It's only a matter of time....and the time is NOW