Thursday, August 27, 2009

subcons and the andrak 4000


The worst person ever, using the creepiest scam to prey on young girls...



By ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
September 16, 1995

A North Hollywood man who convinced his young victims he was a space alien recruiting them for a utopian society in a faraway galaxy was sentenced to 20 years in state prison Friday for molesting two 13-year-old girls.

Barry A. Briskman, 59, already is serving a 10-year sentence in Nevada for using the same elaborate ruse to seduce a 12-year-old runaway, prosecutor Steven J. Ipsen said.

"The techniques he used were the same used to convince adults to buy swampland in Florida," Ipsen said. The girls, he added, all came from broken homes and were especially vulnerable to Briskman's stories.

According to court records, from mid-1990 through early 1991, Briskman claimed to be an alien from the planet Cablell, recruiting a "team" of girls with superior beauty and intelligence for a female-dominated utopian society led by a Queen Hiternia, who was based atop the Tropicana hotel in Las Vegas.

But first, he told the victims, they had to double their IQs and break down their "sub-cons," or subconscious intelligence barriers.

"It began with strip poker to break down our sub-cons," one victim recalled. Later, she said, they had intercourse so he could inject the Earth girls with "IRFs"--immunities to ward off space diseases during their travels in his spaceship, parked at Lake Tahoe.

After each encounter, Briskman convincingly dialed "Andy," the Cablellian computer, model Andrak 4000. The computer gave readouts of the girls' sub-con and IRF levels. Once they acquired 100 IRFs, they were ready for space travel.

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