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Silverstein Named in 1997 Heroin Smuggling Lawsuit

by Christopher Bollyn
17 February 2005

Harry P. MILLER, Plaintiff-Appellant,


Larry SILVERSTEIN, et al., Defendants-Appellees.

No. 96-6303.

United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.

Sept. 9, 1997.

In July 1993, Miller, a Vietnam veteran, filed an amended complaint [FN1] in district court against Larry Silverstein, the alleged owner of "Runway 69," a Queens dance club, WNBC-TV Channel 4 television station ("WNBC"), the City of New York ("NYC"), President Clinton, former President Richard Nixon, H. Ross Perot, John W. Vessey and Colin Powell. Although difficult to decipher, the gravamen of Miller's complaint is that the named defendants committed or aided others in committing illegal acts, including assassinations, over a twenty-five year period, beginning amidst the Vietnam War, in furtherance of a conspiracy to distribute Laotian heroin. He asserted that the defendants are still engaged in heroin trafficking today and that "Goldfingers International," a business that supplies nude dancers to nude dance clubs, is laundering the proceeds of the conspiracy through "Runway 69." Miller alleged that the proceeds are used for such purposes as covering up the "Watergate scandal" and buying the "cooperation" of the NYC Police Department.

Text of Miller v. Silverstein:

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