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I have no idea if this footage HERE is real.

But I really, REALLY hope it is. That’ll teach the schmuck to try to molest a martial-arts trained girl.

You really need to watch it. It’s pretty funny when she pulls him back into the elevator and whales the tar out of him; then chases him down the hallway when he tries to escape.



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I’m starting a new thing here. Sometimes Fridays and Saturdays are a bit slow in the blogosphere, and it’s a god time to bring to the more regular readers the things I’m reading that really seem to not only interest me, but also seem to be signal posts along the way as our society changes, for good or ill.

This article HERE seems to be a signal post for good, I think:

The reason that the monstrous crime of pedophilia matters is simple: In an increasingly secular age, it is one of the few taboos about which people on both sides of the religious divide can agree. It remains a marker of right and wrong in a world where other markers have been erased.

And that is also the reason that the questions surrounding the attempted extradition of Roman Polanski for a 1977 child rape briefly became the Rorschach tests of our times. Sophistication vs. prudery, the morality of the 1970s vs. the morality of today, European artistes vs. American law, Hollywood vs. Middle America: Given just how many cultural and moral buttons were punched by the case, it’s small wonder that l’affaire Polanski generated commentary as voluminous and passionate as it did.

Even so—and to the surprise of many commentators—one singularly interesting fact about the whole wretched matter was that the director and his fate generated little sympathy anywhere in the United States east of, say, Malibu. To the contrary, the Polanski case somehow succeeded in doing what no one actually trying has managed to do in years: uniting practically all Americans, liberal as well as conservative—in this case, against the hapless director.

I’ve argued in these pages that Polanski is innocent until proven guilty; and even though this case stinks of blackmail with a Plea Bargain already agreed to before Polanski fled the country.  But the universal furor over Polanski’s crime is something I share; if he did indeed do this thing, he deserves justice, swift, harsh, and brutal as the crime he committed:

Even so, let’s welcome the good news whenever we can get it. The public furor this fall over Roman Polanski’s rape of a thirteen-year-old girl many years ago has forcefully revealed that, in most of America, yesterday’s itinerant savoir-faire about sex with minors has been pushed from the mainstream and forced back underground. It is a consensus that did not exist in such force a decade ago, and the priest scandals are largely responsible for it.

If there’s a clearer case of good coming out of evil lately, it will take some time to think of one. Meanwhile we can be thankful, at least for now, for something that so often eludes the world—a case of small but real moral progress that bodes a little better for the youngest and most innocent among us.

The article is one of the longer I’ve ever read on a blog, but the sheer encouragement it heralds to the forces dedcated to exposing the pedophiles and protecting our kids is well worth the couple of minutes it’ll take. Make some time this weekend and check this out.

You won’t be worry.


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drunk neanderthalThis moron right here is the kind of guy that women find “exciting”; then wonder five years later why they’re on their third marriage.

Not that I am in any way excusing this Neanderthal’s behavior, although his wife is quick to excuse it, if you’ll note:

A father missed the birth of his first son after being arrested for groping a nurse on the way to the delivery room. Police said Adam Manning sexually assaulted the nurse as she wheeled his wife into the delivery room.  The 30 year old had told the nurse she was “cute” then reached round to grab her breasts.

Police in Ogden, Utah, were called to the hospital and arrested Manning on charges of forcible sexual assault.  When later asked about his actions he said he had no idea why he carried out the assault. Draper said ‘The wife responded that he was just drunk.’

Draper said it is unclear whether Manning drove to the hospital intoxicated or if he was taken there by someone else.

Yeah, you don’t want to fool with things like DUI or sexual assault in Mormon-heavy Utah.  You might get a slap on the wrist in liberal New York or Illinois, but not in Utah.

Note to Mrs. Manning: Legal Zoom.com has the $299.00 uncontested divorce.

I’m just sayin’ — for when you’re ready to dump the drunk Neanderthal who never grew up. The “exciting” one.


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I hate to say it, but I may owe Roman Polanski an apology. This news story pretty much spells out what I knew about Polanski until today:

ZURICH – Director Roman Polanski was arrested by Swiss police as he flew in for the Zurich Film Festival and faces possible extradition to the United States for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977, authorities said Sunday.

Switzerland PolanskiPolanski was scheduled to receive an honorary award at the festival when he was apprehended Saturday at the airport, the Swiss Justice Ministry said in a statement. It said U.S. authorities have sought the arrest of the 76-year-old director around the world since 2005.

“There was a valid arrest request and we knew when he was coming,” ministry spokesman Guido Balmer told The Associated Press. “That’s why he was taken into custody.”

Kiejman later told The Associated Press that France does not extradite its citizens and that U.S. authorities had never asked France to prosecute Polanski at home.

And that’s all well-known, and commonly accepted facts of the case. Then I read the following, which I didn’t know:

Earlier this year, Superior Court Judge Peter Espinoza in Los Angeles dismissed Polanski’s bid to throw out the case because the director failed to appear in court to press his request, but said there was “substantial misconduct” in the handling of the original case.

Polanski, the director of such classic films as “Chinatown” and “Rosemary’s Baby,” fled the U.S. for France in 1978, a year after pleading guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with the underage girl.

KeystoneKopsPolanski has asked a U.S. appeals court in California to overturn a judges’ refusal to throw out his case. He claims misconduct by the now-deceased judge who had arranged a plea bargain and then reneged on it.

His victim, Samantha Geimer, who long ago identified herself publicly, has joined in Polanski’s bid for dismissal, saying she wants the case to be over. She sued Polanski and reached an undisclosed settlement.

In 1977, he was accused of raping the teenager while photographing her during a modeling session. The girl said Polanski plied her with champagne and part of a Quaalude pill at Jack Nicholson’s house while the actor was away. She said that, despite her protests, he performed oral sex, intercourse and sodomy on her.

Polanski was allowed to plead guilty to one of six charges, unlawful sexual intercourse, and was sent to prison for 42 days of evaluation.  Lawyers agreed that would be his full sentence, but the judge tried to renege on the plea bargain. Aware the judge would sentence him to more prison time and require his voluntary deportation, Polanski fled.

Waitaminnit — Polanski pays girl settlement, girl doesn’t want to press charges anymore? Did I read that correctly?

Polanski was going to get a Plea Bargain that fell through? What?

This reads to me one of two ways:

  1. Polanski was guilty, and trying to buy his way out of this, or
  2. Polanski was may or may not be guilty, and being blackmailed. When he refused to pay, they pressed charges.

And that bothers me, because when you factor in the “settlement” and the fact that the girl doesn’t want to proceed with the case, this whole thing smellsSmells really, really bad.

And . . . if there’s one thing we all should have learned from the Clarence Thomas Hearings, sexual offenders have a history of repeat behaviors in these areas.  Where’s the repeat behaviors with Polanski?

Meanwhile, Polanski’s arrest sparked anger in Europe:

“I think this is awful and totally unjust,” French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand told reporters.

“Just as there is an America which is generous and which we like, so there is an America which is frightening – and that is the America which has just revealed its face,” he said.

The Culture Ministry said French President Nicolas Sarkozy was following the case closely and wanted the swift release of Polanski, while Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said he had expressed his concerns to his Swiss counterpart.

eric holder moose hatPolanski holds French citizenship and is married to French singer and actress Emmanuelle Seigner.

“We do not understand why the Swiss invited Polanski to a film festival, where he was to have received a life’s achievement award, and then arrested him,” said association president Jacek Bromski.

“We regard that as a scandalous situation and an example of incomprehensible overzealousness.”

Attorney General Eric Holder certainly seems to making a career of “incomprehensible overzealousness.” Must’ve gone to the Janet Reno school of Law.

What is it with Liberal Administrations and bad Attorneys General anyway?


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This just makes my blood boil. Having been a nurse for 28 years, I’ve seen more than my share of poorly-run nursing homes. Usually the worst run of them are places just like this one where the management is disengaged (at best) and the bad staff run rampant.

Really, I hope they’ve got a prosecutor with guts in Tennessee who isn’t afraid to put some of these upper-management wimps in jail:

James William Wright chose his female victims of alleged rape and sexual abuse for a simple reason: They were elderly stroke victims who could not speak of the horrors, according to a witness and an attorney representing some of the victims.

warning_3km_exhibitionistAuthorities in Bristol, Va., indicted and arrested Wright, a former nurse’s aide, on Tuesday for an alleged serial string of sexual assaults of helpless, elderly women at a nursing home facility owned by Murfreesboro- based National Healthcare Corporation. NHC is the same company that ran the Nashville nursing home where 16 residents died in a 2003 fire.

The four-count indictment for aggravated sexual battery says Wright’s alleged reign of abuse at the Bristol facility, which sits on the Tennessee line, began in 2000 and went through August 2007.

Patricia Davenport, also a nurse’s aide, said she witnessed some of Wright’s abuse. She said she cooperated with state investigators. Davenport told of two instances of sexual abuse.

One involved Wright allegedly fondling the breasts of woman while she was in a wheelchair. The other involved a blind woman who was bedridden. Wright was molesting her as he masturbated, Davenport said.

Davenport said she alerted management above her, but to her knowledge nothing was ever done “It was appalling,” Davenport said. “It was awful. It was perverted and stupid and nasty. They didn’t do anything about it.”

Parke Morris, who represents two of the victims in the indictment, said it’s one of the darkest cases he has ever encountered. For years, Wright raped, molested and sexually abused women at the facility, and the company failed to act in the face of evidence brought to its attention, Morris said.

sex_offender_signAll told, Wright abused as many as 11 women, and probably more, Morris said. Morris is representing nine victims and their families, and he plans to bring suit against officials in the company in coming weeks. Some cases have already been resolved.

“This is the worst thing I’ve ever seen in terms of corporate cover-up,” Morris said. “We think it goes fairly high in the company.”

Morris said that by the end of Wright’s tenure as a nurse’s aide at the Bristol facility, he was not allowed in the rooms of as many as seven women. In fact, for some women, the sight of Wright brought terror that they could not articulate with words, Morris said.

“Things got completely out of control,” Morris said. “Women would scream when he entered the room.”

Authorities offered few details beyond what was in the official indictment handed down Tuesday by a grand jury in Virginia.  “It’s an ongoing investigation and a pending prosecution,” said David Clementson, a spokesman with the attorney general’s office.

I’ll be watching this one closely. This guy ought not to EVER see the light of day, and the supervisors who did nothing should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law as well.



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I just got in from driving around, where I had silence in the car after turning off Laura Ingraham.

And Neil Boortz.

And Mancow.

And Michael Savage

michael-jackson-neverlandEt al, Et Cetera.

Because here’s the thing that bugs me most right now.  The instant I haear somebody start screaming or whining or nagging me into believing that Michael Jackson was a pedophile, I shut off the radio.

Screw ’em.  We still live in the United States of America, do we not?  People are still presumed “Innocent Until Proven Guilty,” are they not?

Michael Jackson was found Not Guilty of pedophilia, was-he-not?

Yes.  He was, Thank you.  That means a jury of 12 men and women in a court of law said there was insufficient evidence to convict him.  That means that despite the statements of three children (whom later recanted), there was no physical evidence he did this terrible thing.

Yet the know-nothings continue to pile on.  He was a PEDOPHILE, don’t ya know?

Was Michael Jackson a freak? Yes, he was.  Was Michael Jackson a loon? Oh yes, a very rare and odd breed of loon at that.  Did Michael Jackson have a freakish and weird appearance? Yes, he did.  And you know what?  If I had a brothers who teased me about my appearance and made fun of every time  I missed a dance step, I might have turned out like that, too.  If I’d had a father who physically, emotionally, and mentally abused me until I was a pitiful case of arrested development, barely able to function in society, I would have had some quirks too.  If the only people that were nice to me were women (my sisters, my mother, and Diana Ross) I might have tried to look like a woman, too.

You don’t think that happened?  Read some of the biographies.  The brothers have openly admitted it.  Jermain “hated” Michael till the day he died.  Joe Jackson has admitted he took a belt to the boys “when they got out of line.”  I can show you these things in writing, in their own words.

Michael Jackson had a preoccupation with young children — because he never had a childhood.  He enjoyed their company –because he was frozen at that mental age by the abuse.  He did from an overdose of medications — because he couldn’t sleep.  That’s a cardinal sign of child abuse — you can’t sleep, because that’s when the abuser comes for you.

You want to tell me Michael Jackson was a pedophile?  Prove it. Show me the evidence.  Show me the witnesses.  Show me the testimony.

I’ll show you the acquittal.

You remember Richard Jewell – the security guard at Atlanta’s Olympic Park that found a bomb?  Remember how he was hounded as “guilty” until he won million dollar judgements from CBS and NBC?  He wasn’t guilty — and he died of complications of his diabetes after the stress of the notoriety was too mjch for him.

Almost, one might say, in an eerie parallel of Michael Jackson.

But we also have free speech here.  If you want to accuse a dead man who can’t defend himself, go ahead.  If you want to pile more abuse on the abused, be my guest.  If you want to make accusation against a man acquitted of that crime already, toot your own horn.

joemccarthyJust don’t tell me you’re being “fair”, or that you’re being anything like an American.  In America, you’re innocent until proven guilty – and Michael has already been found not guilty by a jury of his peers.

But then, Senator McCarthy thought he was doing a good thing, too.


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Set phasers to “blood boil”, Mister Spock. From the Gary IN Post-Tribune :

Michael Bessigano

Animal sex offender gets prison

May 13, 2009; By Andy Grimm, Post-Tribune staff writer

A Hobart man who twice served time for killing animals now will spend nearly three years in federal prison for downloading images of people having sex with animals. Michael Bessigano likely will serve his sentence in a Boston-area facility for male offenders with mental problems.

U.S. Judge Philip Simon on Tuesday sentenced Bessigano to 33 months in prison and three years of supervised release, a term at the low end of federal guidelines. Simon two weeks ago threw out a plea agreement that would have seen Bessigano serve only 24 months, stating that Bessigano’s history did not seem to make him a candidate for a below-guidelines sentence.

So, in other words the judge didn’t want him to get a too-lenient sentence, just a lenient sentence.  Peachy.  That’s sure looking out for the people of Northwest Indiana.

Simon has asked the federal bureau of prisons to place Bessigano at Federal Medical Center Devens, and also that Bessigano participate in therapy for sex offenders.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Bernard Van Wormer said the sentence was appropriate for Bessigano, who served time prison for killing a neighbor’s rottweiler in St. John Township in 1993, and was jailed again in 2001 for killing a chicken, and having sex with it.   Bessigano was arrested in June 2008 after federal agents found images of bestiality on his computer hard drive after Bessigano’s state parole officers requested a search.

And let’s not underestimate the severity of his crimes:

Jun 1, 2008 – Hobart, IN (US)
Convicted: Transportation of bestiality pornography

May 30, 2001 – Valparaiso, IN (US)
Convicted: Chicken sexually assaulted in hotel

chicken geenseSentence: Bessigano received a 10 1/2 year prison sentence after admitting to stealing a farm chicken in October 2001 and taking it to U.S. 30 motel where he killed the animal while having sex with it. He was found competent to stand trial, and previous arrests involving alleged abuse or theft of dogs, geese and a rooster helped Porter County prosecutors secure a maximum sentence for animal cruelty.

Feb 18, 1994 – Saint John, IN (US)
Convicted: Assaulting a neighbors dog

rottweiler-0061Jul 9, 1992 – Crown Point, IN (US)
Convicted: Killing a Rottweiler dog

Jan 1992 – Valparaiso, IN (US)
Convicted: Dog sexually assaulted, killed

Repeat Offender – animal abuse and attempted theft. Bessigano has said he slept with dead animals, including a raccoon, when he was a child. While in jail, he would sleep under his cot, paint cat-like stripes on his body and make drawings referring to himself as kitten sleeping“master of cats.”

Oh yeah.  he can date my daughter, sure — if she’s a cat.

He was badly beaten in the Porter County Jail while awaiting sentencing in 2001, and has been in and out of psychological treatment for schizophrenia since childhood, his mother has said.   Bessigano has told investigators in the past that he believes he is an animal trapped in a human’s body.

See, I was just going to say that.  I think he’s an animal, too. Yet the prosecutor thinks it’s okay to go easy on serial animal molesters and killers:

“I think the sentence was appropriate, given the facts of the case,” Van Wormer said.

Lovely. What does the serial molester think?

Judge Philip Simon  said he hopes Bessigano can end the “merry-go-round of incarceration” for bestiality crimes.

“I’ve been trying,”
Bessigano told Simon.  “Nobody wants to help me.”

Bessigano . . . admitted “wholeheartedly” that he downloaded images of sadomasochistic human-animal pornography.

Oh, sure.  He can watch my kids anytime. Hey, let’s be clear about why this has happened.  This is a guy with a history from childhood of sex crimes against animals.

And nobody noticed?  Not his family?  They noticed his “schizophrenia, but not that he was screwing roadkill?  Not his school counselors?  Nobody?

This is a guy who has continued his crimes for almost fifteen years.  This is his fifth conviction; and despite the fact he was violating parole with his bestiality porn, he’s getting a sentence “at the low end of federal guidelines.”

No sending him back to prison the other six years of his State sentence. No “repeat man meets chickenoffender” harsher sentence. Just sending him for “psychological counseling.”

I feel like I’m missing something here. I know Bessigano is; about six years of his prior sentence.

The good news? That 22 months — he could be out in September of next year with good behavior.



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