Alongside the conspiracy theories of Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, there has always been an underground secret society dedicated to perfecting the way we find people, buildings and historic landmarks. Called Zetas, this supposedly hidden world has its own rules of operation, built and shaped on the line between adroit mind reading and outright deception, investigative reporting and blurring the line between fact and fiction. In an interview on Conspiracyland’s weekly podcast, former Zetas investigator-turned-controversial media critic Robert Ughetto shed light on his life-long obsession with reading minds.
GST: Is it an erotic desire to know what people are thinking?
BRUCE: In that way it can be. With the Trump campaign, these people are way more fantastical in their fantasies, so they have more to gain and to lose than other people. They have access to the president, they have access to the first lady, they have access to the White House. They have access to stories about the largest power that America has in their hands right now and their obsession is a form of investigative journalism, to expose them and tell the country about it.
GST: The Trump campaign has hired one of your clients to help them with that. Is that a part of what you are providing the campaign?
BRUCE: My two associates, Bob and David, are lawyers, not mind readers. But, yes, they are helping them with all their issues. My wife is a very energetic woman and just flying around with Donald Trump on his plane, talking to him. She’s also helping with some of his legal issues that are related to GED donations. She’s very much a partner in Donald Trump’s organization and world. I don’t mind helping him out. If it’s a job for which I’m qualified, I’m willing to take that job. That’s what I do.
GST: Your book contains revelations that may jeopardize some people, even politicians.
BRUCE: Many people have come to me through OGE. Many lawmakers have come to me directly about their concerns regarding campaign finance violations and other things that they know may have gone on.