Not Rape Rape, Whoopi speaks, Hollywood defends Polanski, and Planned Parenthood still covers up abuse !
The testimony of the grand jury that indicted Roman Polanski in 1977 was released and it depicted the 13 year-old rape victim as frightened.
This is what Liberal – Supposed FEMINIST – Whoopi Goldberg calls, “NOT RAPE RAPE” – Perhaps the “Women of the View” do not “VIEW” the rape of children as VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ! Disgusting !!!
According to the testimony, Roman Polanski was indicted on charges of furnishing a controlled substance to a minor, lewd or lascivious act on a child under 14, unlawful sexual intercourse with a female under the age of 18, rape by use of drugs, perversion (now called oral copulation) and sodomy.
After all these charges were leveled against him, then Polanski pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful sexual intercourse and in a plea-bargain, prosecutors dropped the other charges.
However on the other hand, the victim in the case, Samantha Geimer, now a mother of four children, has publicly said that she doesn’t believe Polanski deserves any more time in jail now, but her testimony in the case could be a boost to officials seeking public support.
A transcript of the testimony reveals that the victim was afraid of Polanski. The victim testified that after she left the whirlpool bath, Polanski told her to go into a nearby bedroom and lie down.
A: I was going, ‘No, I think I better go home,’ because I was afraid. So I just went and I sat down on the couch.
Q: What were you afraid of?
(A few minutes later)
A: He sat down beside me and asked me if I was OK.
Q: What did you say, if anything?
A: I said, ‘No.’
Q: What did he say?
A: He goes, ‘Well, you’ll be better.’ And I go, ‘No, I won’t. I have to go home.’
Q: What happened then?
A: He reached over and he kissed me. And I was telling him, ‘No,’ you know, ‘Keep away.’
After Polanski kissed her, the victim alleged, he began to engage in oral sex.
A: … I was ready to cry. I was kind of — I was going, ‘No. Come on. Stop it.’ But I was afraid.
Q: And what did he say, if anything?
A: He wasn’t saying anything that I can remember. He was — sometimes he was saying stuff, but I was just blocking him out, you know.
The victim testified that Polanski began having sex with her, but sodomized her when he learned she wasn’t using birth control.
A: He asked, he goes, ‘Are you on the pill?’ And I went, ‘No.’ And he goes, ‘When did you last have your period?’ And I said, I don’t know. A week or two. I’m not sure.’
Q: And what did he say?
A: He goes, ‘Come on. You have to remember.’ And I told him I didn’t.
Q: Did he say anything after that?
A: Yes. He goes, ‘Would you want me to go through your back? And I went, ‘No.’
The victim testified that after the sex, she got dressed and waited in the car for Polanski to drive her home. Before driving her home, he asked her to keep the incident a secret.
A: He said to me, he goes, ‘Oh, don’t tell your mother about this.’ …
Q: What did you say?
A: I wasn’t saying anything. He says, ‘Don’t tell your mother about this and don’t tell your boyfriend either.’ … He said something like, ‘This is our secret.’ And I went, ‘Yeah.’ And then later he said, ‘You know, when I first met you I promised myself I wouldn’t do anything like this with you.’
Goldberg is a defender of abortion and her reaction mirrors the cover-ups of sexual child predators and statutory rape in undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood:
Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation have made a conscious decision to conceal the sexual exploitation of underage girls and protect the men who commit these crimes. And Life Dynamics has compiled an overwhelming body of statistical evidence showing that the rate at which these two organizations fail to comply with mandatory reporting laws is in excess of 90 percent.
In order to confirm these statistics, Life Dynamics conducted a covert investigation in which we called over 800 Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities across the country. Our caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by her 22-year-old boyfriend. Her story was that she wanted an abortion because she and her boyfriend did not want her parents to find out about the sexual relationship. In every call the ages of the girl and her boyfriend were made perfectly clear. It was also unmistakable that the motivation for the abortion was to conceal this illicit sexual activity from the girl’s parents and the authorities.
The results were appalling. Even though many of these clinic workers openly acknowledged to our caller that this situation was illegal and that they were required to report it to the state, the overwhelming majority readily agreed to conceal this illegal sexual activity.
Some employees of these organizations even coached our caller on how to avoid detection, how to circumvent parental involvement laws and what to say or not say when she came to the clinic. In a significant number of instances she was encouraged to lie about, or conceal, her age or her boyfriend’s age or to give false names. During these calls it was not uncommon for the Planned Parenthood or National Abortion Federation representative to warn our caller that if someone were to find out about this situation her boyfriend could go to jail.
Worse yet, in states with parental involvement legislation, our caller was often informed about this option while also being instructed not to tell the judge about the age of her boyfriend. In some instances these employees even encouraged her to lie to the judge if specifically asked for that information. Other employees advised her that neighboring states have no parental involvement requirements and that if she went there and either concealed or lied about the age issue, she would have no problem getting a secret abortion.
In other words, they suggested that a 13-year-old girl should help to conceal a crime that was being committed against her. In some calls she was given instructions on how to circumvent the parental involvement requirement altogether, even to the point of suggesting that she bring someone along to sign for her who looked old enough to impersonate one of her parents.
Sometimes she would be told that, technically speaking, the clinic was required to report this activity to the state but that if the caller would either lie about her age or just keep her mouth shut when she came in for her abortion no one would ask any questions. Several times she was told that the facility had no interest in the ages of the parties involved or that they do not verify ages or check IDs and would accept whatever she told them at face value. One employee went so far as to tell her that if she came in with the cash she could be any age she wanted to be.
Unfortunately, situations like those described here are neither rare nor isolated. In the end, the vast majority of Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities that we contacted were willing to illegally conceal the sexual abuse of this 13-year-old girl. In every case, the clinic representative had never met this child, knew virtually nothing about her, had only engaged in a brief telephone conversation with her, and was told nothing to indicate that her parents would be abusive if they discovered the sexual relationship.
Nevertheless, these clinic workers were willing – and in many cases eager – to help this child hide the fact that she was being sexually exploited from her parents and the authorities. Toward that end, they provided step-by-step instructions on how to circumvent state laws that were enacted specifically for the purpose of protecting children exactly like her, in situations just like this.
HARTFORD, Conn. — A court proceeding that was expected to be routine instead unveiled a plea deal Wednesday that was reached with Adam Gault, the West Hartford man accused of hiding and sexually assaulting a presumed missing Bloomfield teenager in his home.
Channel 3 Eyewitness News reporter Len Besthoff reported Gault pleaded guilty Wednesday morning on counts including second-degree assault, kidnapping, conspiracy to kidnap and risk of injury to a minor.
“There was a lot of evidence against him and he decided to plea plead? guilty and he’s remorseful and he hopes that the judge imposes a sentence that is around the term that the judge indicated today,” Gault’s attorney Gerald Klein said .
The state is recommending a 50-year prison sentence to be suspended after 30 years, in addition to a 20-year sentence of probation.
Gault was being held on $2.35 million bond. His common law wife, Ann Murphy, 40, and Kimberly Cray, 26, another woman who was living at the home, also face charges of kidnapping, hindering prosecution, risk of injury to a minor, conspiracy to commit unlawful restraint, conspiracy to commit risk of injury to a minor and interfering with police.
“He could have appropriately been held on over 100 counts,” said Marc Needleman, the victim’s attorney. “The real issue is getting him off the street making sure that other kids can no longer be a victim of his.”
Besthoff reported the plea deal involves several different cases connected to this plea in addition to that of the runaway Bloomfield teen. Besthoff, who was inside the courtroom at the time of the plea, said another teenager came forward after the Bloomfield teenager case arose, accusing Gault of taking a teenage girl to the Vernon area.
Fascinating details were unveiled during the court proceeding, which continued on the third floor of Hartford Superior Court through noon hour, Besthoff said. The court revealed details about the dog trainer’s manipulation of the girl less than half his age, which the victim’s family refers to as brainwashing.
“We believe and the authorities believe that many of the things he did with my client were similar to how he interacted with animals, he was harsh, very controlling, domineering,” said Needleman.
In the courtroom, the assistant state’s attorney David Zagaja gave details of the roles played by Murphy and Cray. Zagaja explained how Murphy helped hide the teen the day police found her. He also explained how Cray helped to bring the girl, pregnant with Gault’s baby, to Planned Parenthood. However, neither Cray nor Murphy have pleaded in their cases yet.
Besthoff reported Gault was clean-shaven as he appeared quiet and solemn with shorter hair since he was last seen over the summer.
In November, the 41-year-old Gault was prepared to plead guilty until the defense reversed the decision, citing competency concerns. At the time, attorney Gerald Klein said he advised Gault not to accept the plea deal.
The girl was 14 when she ran away to live with Gault, who had worked with her stepfather. She was found hiding in June in a small storage area in Gault’s home when police searched it, fearing she might be dead.