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|Succeeded by||M.L. Dierks|
July 6, 1941|
Born in Neligh, Nebraska, DeCamp joined the United States Army during the Vietnam War. He was later assigned to serve as an aide to former CIA director William Colby, who was Deputy Ambassador to Vietnam at the time. Beginning his campaign for election while still stationed in Vietnam, DeCamp was elected and served four terms as a Nebraska state senator, from 1971 to 1987. In the May 2006 election, he was rebuffed in his attempt to return to the Legislature As well as being the first person to disperse the monopoly on telecommunications . His Lincoln office where he practiced law for many years has closed and he now practices law in Hallam Nebraska He is currently a practicing attorney in Lincoln, Nebraska. He served as a lawyer for the Militia of Montana, a constitutional militia group in the 1990s.
DeCamp was also the lead perspective on Conspiracy of Silence, an unaired Discovery Channel documentary about the Franklin Cover-Up that purportedly reveals a U.S. child sex abuse and pedophilia ring whose involvement leads to the highest levels of government.
- The Franklin Cover-up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska. 2nd ed. Lincoln: 2006, available on Amazon.
- "Groups see themselves as Constitution protectors". Luddington Daily News. 26 May 1995. p. 1.
- "Conspiracy of Silence". Discovery Channel. 3 May 1994.
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