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Frank’s Dying Letter

Porn Valley- On his KSEX show Friday night, Wankus talked about the suicide of Vicky Vette’s husband, noting that he got a letter in the mail from Frank apparently sent on the day he died.

“The postage stamp on the letter was the day he committed suicide,” reported Wankus. Co-host Katie Morgan said that was fucked up, that you do not send a right-before-I-kill-myself-letter to someone you know. [Morgan could perhaps take this up with Frank.]

All of this being said, Wankus felt compelled to read it and it goes as follows:

“Sorry for my writing skills but I have never been good at handwriting but if you can bear with me- a struggle- I’ve got a scoop for you. The reason I’m writing to you is because I feel you’re the source to get out the information before others in the industry get hurt. I wanted you to know about an immerging story about Vicky. Everyone’s always wondering why Vicky won’t do interracial. Have you ever heard of a white supremacist group called the NA? NA in case you didn’t know stands for the National Alliance. I’m not sure but you’re a pretty smart guy and I know you can do a web search. The founder of the group, Dr. William Pierce died of cancer last year but it is now headed by a guy in Ohio….Vicky is a member of this group and still receives their correspondence at her P.O. Box in Atlanta to this day.”

Wankus continued to read the letter with Frank stating that he had reported Vette’s activities to Homeland Security and those responsible for instituting 2257. Frank went on to say that he had good reason for doing this but it was not out of revenge.

“The story will unfold in good time but you all know now before it’s too late- the story should come out for your own good. If you join that group anonymously you can order back issues, go to two years ago and do a search and you will see pictures of her waving their flags. Sorry, that’s the best info I can give you right now.”

Wankus said that’s probably the only info Frank’s going to give. With all due respect to someone who’s passed away, Morgan pointed out that Frank’s letter is kind of boring and kind of crazy. Morgan also wondered why Frank would write a letter like that and kill himself.

Morgan then ventured to say that many girls- not all- who won’t do interracial, have racial issues.

“Not all, there are exceptions,” Morgan added.

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