Because of a comment that came in recently on my previous article, Dr. Giacchino Helps Outfit Attack Fosco, I am compelled to share with you explicit details of my initial conversation with Giacchino leading up to the personal injury count against Joseph Vasselli. This article should help you understand more clearly the circumstances indicated in the article mentioned above, specifically how Giacchino was able to persuade me to temporarily accept his despicable nonsense as if it were true. I did not act out of stupidity, I acted out of fear.
Please understand that the accusations and/or insinuations made against U.S. District Judge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan and others in this article are merely allegations and should not be considered as fact until proven in a court of law. Thank you.
On an early evening in the mid-2000s at the Melrose Park Clinic, I was finishing a hypnosis session with Dr. Joseph Giacchino, when he explained a few things to me that he had not previously told me. According to Giacchino, during my previous hypnosis sessions, I revealed that Joe Vasselli sexually attacked me while I was supposedly intoxicated at Biltmore Country Club in North Barrington, Illinois. This is when Giacchino told me that he thought I was a latent homosexual like him.
This was not the first time, nor the last, that Giacchino would attempt to convince me that either I or another person I knew was, in fact, a latent or closeted homosexual. First there is his revelation of homosexual leanings, then the assertion that both me and Joseph Vasselli are, to some extent, gay. He also worked hard at convincing me that Jack P. Cerone (the lawyer son of mob boss John “Jackie” Cerone) is also gay. While Jack and I, once good friends, have become bitter enemies, I now find it very hard to believe that he is a latent homosexual.