The man Singh refers to as Peter Tscherneff
Some more info
The San Francisco Chronicle
FEBRUARY 3, 1994, THURSDAY, THREE STAR EDITION
SECTION: NEWS; Pg. A22; BAY AREA REPORT
HEADLINE: NORTH BAY
Father Who Kidnaped Son Released From Jail
Santa Rosa -- A Sonoma County judge ordered the release from jail yesterday of a former Petaluma tennis instructor who said he kidnaped his son to
protect the boy from satanic ritual abuse.
Peter Tscherneff, 35, has been incarcerated since June on $ 500,000 bail while awaiting trial on felony charges of child stealing, concealment and
Superior Court Judge Arnold Rosenfield ordered Tscherneff released without bail, but he will be subject to search and arrest and random drug testing.
Tscherneff was also ordered to refrain from contacting his son's school in Petaluma.
Tscherneff said he took his 3- year-old son, Alex Blalock, on Feb. 4, 1993, because the boy was being ritually abused by satanists at a Novato
Authorities say there is no substantiation of Tscherneff's allegations.
The man's name was Peter Tscherneff. Peter had obtained my name from Denise, in California. Denise had written an article," Never Again A Child" :
which had been published in Vol.I, No.1 of the Outpost of Freedom, alongside the " Operation Monarch" article by Mark Phillips. Before publishing
either article I had spent many hours on the phone learning of ritual child abuse. I had decided, prior to publishing the newspaper, that I would not
publish any article without thoroughly investigating the matter to minimize the possibility of publishing erroneous information.
Peter, at the first meeting, simply asked, " Can I talk with you?" I invited him to come in the office, but he had already determined that there
were others inside, so he explained the need for privacy, saying nothing more than was necessary to convince me that what he was asking deserved my
I returned to the office and asked everyone to leave. I explained that no explanation was necessary. All of these guests being familiar with me
recognized that to even question my abrupt dismissal of them would be fruitless. They politely said " goodnight" as they filed out the door, nodding
and repeating this departing salutation as they passed Peter out on the lawn.
All quiet, Peter took me over to a car I had not noticed earlier and introduced me to his girlfriend, Linda Issel, his almost three year old son, Alex
and the courteous, but very concerned person who had driven them out to Florida from Santa Rosa, California. I invited them to come in and explain the
nature of their request.
Although I had never spoken with Peter before, Denise had told me, many times, of the father who was concerned about his son's attending a day care
center which had strong ties to Michael Aquino.
Aquino had founded a satanic church in California while still an active reserve officer with the Army. I had already reviewed police reports from San
Francisco (Case #870910025, 8114/87) which indicated that certain military dependents had been subjected to ritual abuse which involved Aquino, his
wife and others. The Army had transferred all of the military personnel in what appeared to be an effort to avoid the publicity of an Army officer
being tried for child abuse. The city was unable to afford paying transportation costs from around the world to hold a trial. As a result, the charges
against Aquino were dropped.
Subsequently, in hearings before the Congress, it was decided that it would be in the best interest of all if Aquino were to voluntarily resign his
commission. Perhaps the transfer of the witnesses was the condition that convinced Aquino to resign.
Peter's investigation into the Miss Sandies Day Care Center in Novato, California, had developed that Aquino sat on boards with and rented property
to, individuals associated with the day care center. Interestingly, , the government associates us, the free people of this country, with the company
we keep. Yet, they are able to deny us the right to question these relationships when they include military personnel.
Peter had filed papers with the court regarding child custody. He had pled to the judge that he would prefer to have his son kept in another day care
center, (subject to Peter's approval) and that he would bear all expenses of the cost of the center. The judge, lacking the wisdom of Solomon, denied
Peter, concerned with the safety and well-being of his son. had decided to flee California, knowing the risks, to assure that his son would not be
subjected to associates of the satanic ritual artist, Michael Aquino. Risking all that he had hoped to gain, he had selected me, of the possible
choices, to put his faith into. His judgment, I feel, was excellent, as would be proven over the next five months.
The man who had brought them out to Florida was anxious to return. He realized the risk he was taking, and had to minimize his absence. So, after a
quick meal, he departed and left us to resolve the living arrangement for fugitives in flight....