Monday, January 7, 2013

Bugliosi: The Milkman and the Mistress

THE VINCE BUGLIOSI STORY - George Denny

Eviliz now makes available for you "The Vince Bugliosi Story", a 1973 expose by George Denny. This chronicles The Bug's harassment of his former milkman and his family as VB felt that said milkman might have been the father of his child. It goes on to document his alleged assault and battery on his mistress - supposedly because she refused to get an abortion.

DOWNLOAD 147pg PDF HERE (about 15 mb)
or DOWNLOAD 147pg PDF HERE (about 15 mb)

Disclaimer: I parked this file on a free FTP server. It allows 1GB free downloads per month, so it will cut us off after that bandwidth has been used up. If it runs out you'll have to wait until next month. If your email allows files that large I can email it to you on request.







19 comments:

Heidi S said...

I have never been a fan of his and if you read his book "And the sea will tell" it is obvious to me he helped a woman escape a murder conviction. Some prosecutor.

ColScott said...

I believe I covered this a long time ago... but nice to have it available again.

Matt said...

Hmmm. Checked several sites including yours before going to the trouble. Couldn't find a downloadable report with documentation anywhere.

Farflung said...

I read that book also Heidi S, and was flummoxed at the very premise. Four people go into a remote island, and two come out with the other’s yacht, and we’re supposed to believe one is innocent. My suspension of disbelief was stretched to breaking.

So if you go someplace remote and end up murdered, but two people are discovered with your boat, money and all the other contents and acting like it is theirs; people will be confused as to what happened.

So at least we have that going for us. Good times.

Suze said...

It was a much faster read than 147 pages would suggest. Thank you. Really good insight into the BUG.

Jeez, his poor wife. I felt bad for her telling the family to just give him what he wants and maybe he'll stop.


psychoarts said...

If someone would like to email the file to me I can host it on my server for awhile. Psychoarts.audio@gmail.com

daniel said...

I admire Mr. Weisel for his restraint. Knowing how my father was back in the day, Bug would have driven away with a with a broken nose.

CarolMR said...

Heidi, Bugliosi had become a defense attorney at the time of "And the Sea Will Tell." His days as a prosecutor were over.

Jason said...

CarolMR, I am aware of that. But my point is prosecutors usually take jobs for much less money in the pursuit of justice, keeping the bad guys in jail rather than helping them stay out to commit more crimes. So when they quit and become defense attorneys it disappoints me and the case from "and the sea will tell" disgusted me to the core. Bug seemed so self righteous in the Manson case but then he later helped a woman escape justice in my opinion.

Matt said...

Someone just relayed to me that at the time, an LA Times reporter was sent to Mr. Buliosi to interview him about the Milkman. After meeting Mr. B, he soon returned to the Times office and told his editor the guy (Mr. B) is just crazy and wrote nothing.


CarolMR said...

I see your point, Jason. But I honestly thought a lot of prosecutors eventually became defense attorneys because they made so little money as prosecutors.

psychoarts said...

If the link above gets maxed out here is an alternate link

DOWNLOAD 147pg PDF HERE (about 15 mb

Doc Sierra said...

Jason said...
Bug seemed so self righteous in the Manson case but then he later helped a woman escape justice in my opinion.
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In my opinion The Bug went way overboard in his self righteousness with that book that he wrote about the OJ Simpson case. I agree that the golden boy did get away with murder and should have been found guilty but at the beginning of the book the Bug was so unprofessional with the way he said things about OJ that I could read no further. It sounded like a little kid ranting about how he hated somebody.

DebS said...

Bugliosi has become known as somewhat of a conspiracy theorist, paticularly since his book on George W Bush. Hardly anyone would interview him after the book's release.

daniel said...

Interesting, DebS.

After going through that document, I wonder how many of the Family members went along with the Helter Skelter story out of fear of prosecution for other crimes. If he's capable of putting that much time into harassing people and was in a position with that much power, what very young adult wouldn't be scared to death of him?

Heidi S said...

I guess Bugs' tanacity put the Family away, which is great but it seems to me he lost his way and wigged out in later life. I probably don't need to remind anyone how he acted during the Larry King/ Linda K interview? Like a contril freak, crazy person. Sorry I accidentally posted under Jason yesterday, someone at my house doesn't ever sign out of gmail...

Heidi S said...

control freak, I mean. Crap.

daniel said...

From what I read, he lost his way far before he got involved and is a hot-head.

daniel said...

I didn't mean those members indicted for murder but everyone associated... everyone who didn't want to go to prison.