FBI by Gino Valentino
"Secret Files" The Untold Story

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This story is about all mysterious adventures and numerous encounters with FBI. The flashbacks became more terrifying and the nightmares came more realistic. The story will become more confusing with all the bizarre endings. There were events which took a diametrically opposite of action.
The FBI is a powerful police department and they answer to no one. The FBI had no other choice; they had to stop me from solving the Zodiac case. All the people that were helping me with my book had all disappeared. There is a reason why all these people had vanished? The mystery will never be solved. The FBI “secret files” are hiding that information. The FBI is vicious; they have neither pity nor compassion. That becomes a dangerous situation for everyone involved.
This story talks about Donna Lass, (that is the grave on the front cover of the book) who was killed in Lake Tahoe by the Zodiac killer. Donna Lass’s body was never found. She was the Zodiac’s last victim. Unfortunately, I was involved, and did not know what to do.
This story is very unique. The FBI is hiding Bruce Davis, (Charles Mason’s hit man) and no one can talk to him. What does that tell you? As former Chief of Police from the San Francisco area, I have come to know that the Zodiac killer is the most famous serial killer case in the United States.
I had to write this story; the public must know the truth. The FBI is concealing evidence. They know the person that was involved with the Zodiac killer. His name is Bruce Davis.
It took me ten years, for me to locate a picture of Wayne Messier. A cold chill consumed my body from head to toe. When I saw that picture, I thought that I would never live to see a photograph of the Zodiac killer.
 

About Gino Valentino

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My name is Raymond J. Ottoboni. I was born in San Francisco, California, and raised in Colma, California. Colma is a small town south of San Francisco. Having grown up an only child of wealthy parents, I think it’s fair to say that I had a somewhat sheltered childhood. My father was a powerful man, and he never believed in failure. That made my life very difficult, because everything had to be perfect. I skipped two grades in elementary school, so I was very young when I went to High School. I attended Serra High School in San Mateo, California. The catholic priests started me gambling. Throughout my life I lost millions of dollars. I was in politics most of my life. When I was 23 years old I was the youngest Councilman in California. Then in 1968, I was the youngest Mayor in California. Being the son of a powerful Father is a total nightmare! I couldn’t get in any trouble. The family name was sacred and powerful. That means my Father had lots of enemies. My life was a living hell. I have a unique way of writing. I always kept the reader involved in my story. For example, the situation in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Would the reader handled that differently! I’m an unusual person. The thrill of knowing that I could die made me stronger. I wasn’t scared of anybody, including the FBI! Maybe, I had a death wish! It is very difficult to write about yourself. Especially, when you was involved in many dangerous situation. When I was writing about the things I did in my life, I was having nightmares every night! I wanted to stop writing, but I knew someone would enjoy reading about a person that had fame, money, and women and lost everything! My life was in danger constantly. It’s amazing that I am still alive today!
 
Published November 28, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 154 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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