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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 12:37 pm 
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Couldn't decide which is the best thread to post it on, but:

Father of THREE girls molested by the National Gymnastics Team Doctor asked the judge at the Docs sentencing for 5 minutes alone with him. Then just 1. Then tried to run across the courtroom to rip the evil pricks head off (I assume).

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/02/02/us/r ... index.html

Fairly understandable reaction, the cops restraining him must've been sorely tempted to let him get past them.


Problem is the doctor probably could have sued the courts if the dad had got through right? What a monster. I hope he has a terrible prison experience.


Yeah, the evilDoc would've probably been in a position to really take advantage of the courts, and the poor family if he'd managed to lay a finger on him. As satisfying as a revenge fantasy opportunity may have been, the repercussions would've been a bitch.

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Glad to see that the Judge has declined to charge him for that. :thumbup:


That's outstanding news. :thumbup:


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Turbogoat wrote:
Couldn't decide which is the best thread to post it on, but:

Father of THREE girls molested by the National Gymnastics Team Doctor asked the judge at the Docs sentencing for 5 minutes alone with him. Then just 1. Then tried to run across the courtroom to rip the evil pricks head off (I assume).

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/02/02/us/r ... index.html

Fairly understandable reaction, the cops restraining him must've been sorely tempted to let him get past them.

The father should have trained for a few weeks before his attempt.
Explosive weight training.Some body position stuff.
Would have massively increased his chances of reaching his target.


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That doctor is going to have a nice time in prison, I hope :thumbup:


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zt1903 wrote:
Turbogoat wrote:
Couldn't decide which is the best thread to post it on, but:

Father of THREE girls molested by the National Gymnastics Team Doctor asked the judge at the Docs sentencing for 5 minutes alone with him. Then just 1. Then tried to run across the courtroom to rip the evil pricks head off (I assume).

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/02/02/us/r ... index.html

Fairly understandable reaction, the cops restraining him must've been sorely tempted to let him get past them.


Glad to see that the Judge has declined to charge him for that. :thumbup:


It's the police who charge.


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Tehui wrote:
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Turbogoat wrote:
Couldn't decide which is the best thread to post it on, but:

Father of THREE girls molested by the National Gymnastics Team Doctor asked the judge at the Docs sentencing for 5 minutes alone with him. Then just 1. Then tried to run across the courtroom to rip the evil pricks head off (I assume).

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/02/02/us/r ... index.html

Fairly understandable reaction, the cops restraining him must've been sorely tempted to let him get past them.


Glad to see that the Judge has declined to charge him for that. :thumbup:


It's the police who charge.


Contempt of court can result in a fine and/or jail.


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Heroic #MeToo activist gets #MeToo’d

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 322888002/


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:17 am 
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Heroic #MeToo activist gets #MeToo’d

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Calif. Democrat Cristina Garcia, prominent voice in #MeToo, on leave after groping complaint


https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 322888002/


You couldn't make it up. It seems over time any hashtag campaign of good cause will get so loaded with utter c#nts and virtual signalling hypocrites that it will be all be ash sometime soon after.


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Heroic #MeToo activist gets #MeToo’d

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Calif. Democrat Cristina Garcia, prominent voice in #MeToo, on leave after groping complaint


https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 322888002/


You couldn't make it up. It seems over time any hashtag campaign of good cause will get so loaded with utter c#nts and virtual signalling hypocrites that it will be all be ash sometime soon after.


Well, that’s part of the problem. You could make it up. And Garcia’s accusers may very well be doing so, whatever their motivation. But when your catch-cry is “believe every accuser” then you have to box up your things, say goodbye to your career and forget about all the positive things you may have been able to contribute to your cause or society in general. Due process is not important.


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naki wrote:
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Heroic #MeToo activist gets #MeToo’d

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Calif. Democrat Cristina Garcia, prominent voice in #MeToo, on leave after groping complaint


https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 322888002/


You couldn't make it up. It seems over time any hashtag campaign of good cause will get so loaded with utter c#nts and virtual signalling hypocrites that it will be all be ash sometime soon after.


Well, that’s part of the problem. You could make it up. And Garcia’s accusers may very well be doing so, whatever their motivation. But when your catch-cry is “believe every accuser” then you have to box up your things, say goodbye to your career and forget about all the positive things you may have been able to contribute to your cause or society in general. Due process is not important.


Good point on why this particular hashtag is flawed from the start. I mean why at this point are none of these accusers actually gone to the authorities, at least on principle. The powers in Hollywood are shitting themselves and the old power games are moot o for the first time they could go.


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Are you talking about these particular accusers, or in general? Because of course many have gone to the relevant authorities, as they should, given some accusations document actual criminal behaviour.


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Are you talking about these particular accusers, or in general? Because of course many have gone to the relevant authorities, as they should, given some accusations document actual criminal behaviour.


I must have missed that.


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Virtue signaling not virtual.


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Guy Pearce lays in SPacey's behaviour as well:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-44698812

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Actor Guy Pearce, who worked with Kevin Spacey, has called him "a handsy guy" during a TV interview.

The pair starred together in the 1997 crime thriller LA Confidential.

When asked about working with Spacey by Andrew Denton on his Australian chat show on Tuesday, Pearce added, "thankfully I was 29, and not 14".

More than 30 men have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Kevin Spacey in recent months.

He is currently being investigated by police in London for three criminal cases.

Kevin Spacey was first accused of sexual advances in November by actor Anthony Rapp who said events took place in 1986 when he was 14 and Mr Spacey was 26.

Mr Spacey claimed to have no memory of the events, but publicly apologised. He has since issued an "absolute" denial of the other allegations that later emerged.

Pearce, who is currently promoting his new album, was asked about the allegations against Spacey and said it was a "tough one to talk about at the moment."

He added: "Amazing actor; incredible actor. Mmm. Slightly difficult time with Kevin, yeah," before saying: "He's a handsy guy."

Pearce is not the first actor who has worked with Spacey to speak out.

Benicio del Toro appeared alongside Spacey in the 1995 film The Usual Suspects and said last week, "It's sad about the victims, number one, and sad about [him].

"But the victims come first. I don't care how talented you are. I'm sorry."

Speaking on Norwegian TV in January, House of Cards co-star Joel Kinnaman said the allegations weren't "a big shock".

"I have five or six friends I know who have told stories about Kevin about when they were young and had just arrived in Hollywood," he said.



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Guy Pearce lays in SPacey's behaviour as well:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-44698812

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Actor Guy Pearce, who worked with Kevin Spacey, has called him "a handsy guy" during a TV interview.

The pair starred together in the 1997 crime thriller LA Confidential.

When asked about working with Spacey by Andrew Denton on his Australian chat show on Tuesday, Pearce added, "thankfully I was 29, and not 14".

More than 30 men have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Kevin Spacey in recent months.

He is currently being investigated by police in London for three criminal cases.

Kevin Spacey was first accused of sexual advances in November by actor Anthony Rapp who said events took place in 1986 when he was 14 and Mr Spacey was 26.

Mr Spacey claimed to have no memory of the events, but publicly apologised. He has since issued an "absolute" denial of the other allegations that later emerged.

Pearce, who is currently promoting his new album, was asked about the allegations against Spacey and said it was a "tough one to talk about at the moment."

He added: "Amazing actor; incredible actor. Mmm. Slightly difficult time with Kevin, yeah," before saying: "He's a handsy guy."

Pearce is not the first actor who has worked with Spacey to speak out.

Benicio del Toro appeared alongside Spacey in the 1995 film The Usual Suspects and said last week, "It's sad about the victims, number one, and sad about [him].

"But the victims come first. I don't care how talented you are. I'm sorry."

Speaking on Norwegian TV in January, House of Cards co-star Joel Kinnaman said the allegations weren't "a big shock".

"I have five or six friends I know who have told stories about Kevin about when they were young and had just arrived in Hollywood," he said.

My friend told me (a couple of years before the Antony Rapp allegations) that his younger brother, who in his teens worked in film or theatre (I forget which) in London, announced one night at the family dinner table, apropos of nothing, that he had been nonced by Spacey. But it was consensual because 'you know, he's like kind of a big deal in Hollywood', so he went along with it. So I was under the impression that his... proclivities were well known


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Makes the scene in LA Confidential where he goes to dissuade the young actor from performing "a sex act" on the DA somewhat ironic.


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My friend told me (a couple of years before the Antony Rapp allegations) that his younger brother, who in his teens worked in film or theatre (I forget which) in London, announced one night at the family dinner table, apropos of nothing, that he had been nonced by Spacey. But it was consensual because 'you know, he's like kind of a big deal in Hollywood', so he went along with it. So I was under the impression that his... proclivities were well known


Him being gay was, him like younger men was, not the full on nonce rape stuff.


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This was on the "celeb news" bit today on the radio.

Seemingly Pierce was also asked what was it like to work with Kylie and he answered

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unfortunately she was not as handsy


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Whoops!

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Asia Argento, a #MeToo Leader, Made a Deal With Her Own Accuser


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/19/us/a ... &smtyp=cur


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Yeah when Bourdain died people were saying she wasn’t a saint. Best buds with Rose McGowan too, right?


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Man In Black wrote:
Whoops!

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Asia Argento, a #MeToo Leader, Made a Deal With Her Own Accuser


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/19/us/a ... &smtyp=cur


hats off to the young chap, nailed a milf more than twice his age and did such a good job he got paid 380k

probably worked out at 10k per Squirt


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Yeah when Bourdain died people were saying she wasn’t a saint. Best buds with Rose McGowan too, right?


She was cheating on him just before he died and he distanced himself from a lot of his old friends due to her negative influence. She seems like a nasty piece of work.


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Man In Black wrote:
Whoops!

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Asia Argento, a #MeToo Leader, Made a Deal With Her Own Accuser


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/19/us/a ... &smtyp=cur


You couldn't make it up.


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This was always going to end badly with Rose McGowan involved. Facts are some women have been treated terribly but that will be obscured by shit like this.


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This was always going to end badly with Rose McGowan involved. Facts are some women have been treated terribly but that will be obscured by shit like this.


I know little about Rose McGowan, I keep seeing implications she is some sort of horrible bitch or mess but I don't know the details.

The saddest part of the #metoo movement is that it looked like it was finally going to be the tipping point where Hollywood abusers stopped getting away with sexual abuse (and other abuses) thanks to celebrity, money or power but month by month it's being ruined by hypocrites, liars and parasites desperate to make it a money and fame grab for themselves with some virtual signalling. Sadly these people are watering down and undermining the people who have been genuinely abused and/or had their lives and careers ruined by the abusers.


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She ia not particularly well but is also a dick. You can be both.


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While she certainly isn’t a perfect person, I have little doubt he had fantasy’s about her all through puberty, finally got to nail his dream and then extorted her for money.


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Harvey's going to get away with it, isn't he?


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While she certainly isn’t a perfect person, I have little doubt he had fantasy’s about her all through puberty, finally got to nail his dream and then extorted her for money.


Maybe you or me it would be like that. But to him, growing up around hot actresses in Hollywood she was probably average and a family figure to him and it was creepy and weird and uncomfortable.


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While she certainly isn’t a perfect person, I have little doubt he had fantasy’s about her all through puberty, finally got to nail his dream and then extorted her for money.

This is an odd turnaround of the old “I bet she was asking for it” version of events that comes out when a fella is accused.

In this case, the kid’s been in more movies before 20 than you could shake a stick at. Comparing Wiki histories, I’ve heard of more of his movies than hers. He played Captain Kirk, ffs. To turn around and give it all away for the sake of a $380k payout seems unlikely to me.


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While she certainly isn’t a perfect person, I have little doubt he had fantasy’s about her all through puberty, finally got to nail his dream and then extorted her for money.

This is an odd turnaround of the old “I bet she was asking for it” version of events that comes out when a fella is accused.

In this case, the kid’s been in more movies before 20 than you could shake a stick at. Comparing Wiki histories, I’ve heard of more of his movies than hers. He played Captain Kirk, ffs. To turn around and give it all away for the sake of a $380k payout seems unlikely to me.


Agreed. Regardless, of his position, career or history, there shouldn't be an assumption a teenage male would be happy shagging any average female adult, as much as we may joke about it.


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I see Kevin Spacey's new movie, Billionaire Boys Club, took $126 on it’s opening night.

Yes, that’s one hundred and twenty six dollars. No missing m or k :lol:


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Met him when he was seven after directing him and then mentored him for years. Mentored him STRAIGHT INTO THE SACK

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DOB wrote:
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While she certainly isn’t a perfect person, I have little doubt he had fantasy’s about her all through puberty, finally got to nail his dream and then extorted her for money.

This is an odd turnaround of the old “I bet she was asking for it” version of events that comes out when a fella is accused.

In this case, the kid’s been in more movies before 20 than you could shake a stick at. Comparing Wiki histories, I’ve heard of more of his movies than hers. He played Captain Kirk, ffs. To turn around and give it all away for the sake of a $380k payout seems unlikely to me.


You read the article didn’t you?


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It's clear from argento's body markings that she is into some evil shit and is probably a satanist. She reminds me of emmanelle seigner's role in 'The Ninth Gate'. She is of course Polanski's wife and was probably The Whore of Babylon in that film. Clues galore, for those with eyes.


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It's clear from argento's body markings that she is into some evil shit and is probably a satanist. She reminds me of emmanelle seigner's role in 'The Ninth Gate'. She is of course Polanski's wife and was probably The Whore of Babylon in that film. Clues galore, for those with eyes.



I found your channel on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYzwNf5OFgk&t=


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Seneca of the Night wrote:
It's clear from argento's body markings that she is into some evil shit and is probably a satanist. She reminds me of emmanelle seigner's role in 'The Ninth Gate'. She is of course Polanski's wife and was probably The Whore of Babylon in that film. Clues galore, for those with eyes.



I found your channel on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYzwNf5OFgk&t=


It all goes back to hillary. Expect this kid to suicide with a bullet in the back of the head soon.


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I see Kevin Spacey's new movie, Billionaire Boys Club, took $126 on it’s opening night.

Yes, that’s one hundred and twenty six dollars. No missing m or k :lol:


Looked it up and it's a gimmick. WWE do this on films they produce of they open in an incredibly small number of theaters and then immediately release to video. The reason for the very low number of screens is to be able to not say they're "straight to video release", which has a stigma of lower-standard movies.


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I see Kevin Spacey's new movie, Billionaire Boys Club, took $126 on it’s opening night.

Yes, that’s one hundred and twenty six dollars. No missing m or k :lol:


Looked it up and it's a gimmick. WWE do this on films they produce of they open in an incredibly small number of theaters and then immediately release to video. The reason for the very low number of screens is to be able to not say they're "straight to video release", which has a stigma of lower-standard movies.


That's interesting. I can't imagine how otherwise a Kevin Spacey movie would have any stigma attached to it.


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You look at the movie poster, he's not even on it. Not sure if that was pre- or post-allegations decision.

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Short of changing actors, not sure what else they were supposed to do. They wrapped up filming in January 2016. I know they did for the one based on the Getty family in a last-minute decision, but that had to be expensive as hell because Spacey would still be getting paid.

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Reshoots with Plummer began on November 20 and ended on the 29th, with the first footage of him in the role released in a new trailer the same day.[27][28][29] The decision cost millions of dollars in rush fees, among other costs, to meet the film's late-December release.[30] The reshoots ended up costing $10 million, making the final production cost of the film $50 million.[31]


Sucks for all the people in this film, worked on it, and paid to produce it.


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zt1903 wrote:
I see Kevin Spacey's new movie, Billionaire Boys Club, took $126 on it’s opening night.

Yes, that’s one hundred and twenty six dollars. No missing m or k :lol:


The reviews on rotten tomatoes seem to say it's just not a good film, spacey or no spacey.

Though I'd say if he hadn't have been exposed it would have done better.


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