NY POST: (john Alite’s author) Michael blutrich accused of sexually abusing kids
Mob rat John Alite said on the radio in 2017 that he “was good friends with Mike Blutrich… they constantly knock him ‘cause he’s my personal friend… this guy’s my personal friend.”
Recently, Michael Blutrich, Alite’s good friend was accused in a lawsuit of sexually abusing multiple children. But of course, George Anastasia didn’t include in his book about Alite, when they mentioned Blutrich in it, describing him as Alite’s good friend, that Blutrich faced these same accusations (in addition to sexual abuse allegations from other kids) in the 1990s. Nor did they mention that Blutrich plead guilty to downloading child pornography in the 1990s. If you don’t know, as previously covered on this site, accused child predator Michael Blutrich also wrote the first draft of Alite’s book when they lived together in Witness Protection. According to sources close to Alite, he and Blutrich have stayed in frequent contact since their release from Witsec.
Watch a video of Alite admitting Blutrich wrote his book, and read the full story behind it, here: Mob Rat John Alite Admits “A PEDOPHILE” Wrote The First Draft of His Book
From a recent article in the NY Post:
By Kathianne Boniello
March 14, 2020
The co-founder of famed Manhattan strip club Scores — who later turned FBI informant, helping to lock up dozens of mobsters — sexually abused two Brooklyn kids decades ago, according to court papers.
Michael Blutrich, now 70, was a coach and benefactor of the Shorefront YM-YWHA of Brighton-Manhattan Beach in the 1980s, when he allegedly befriended and then violated the kids, plying them with cash, expensive clothes and jewelry, they charged in Brooklyn Supreme Court lawsuits against the nonprofit.
One victim was 11 when he met Blutrich in 1982, an encounter which led to at least 500 incidents of abuse over the course of seven years — some of which the alleged pedophile videotaped, according to the litigation filed under the state’s Child Victims Act, which opened a one-year window in which to litigate old sexual-abuse claims.