|Macho Nacho - 2011-01-19 |
Fudge bucket, I realized this was a dupe right after I submitted this:
Ah, I knew I had seen this before, I couldn't place where.
|BorrowedSolution - 2011-01-20 |
Just check the guy's yt channel, truther/conspiracies until the eye can see.
A lot of things wrong with society today are directly attributable to the fact that the people who make the laws are sexually maladjusted. -- from "I Seem To Be a Verb" by R. Buckminster Fuller, 1970.
The case persists for a lot of good reasons:
1. One of the head investigators looking into the child abuse claims died in a mysterious plane crash right before he was to be completing his report which was to have officially concluded that there was a cover up.
2. The only supposed "victim" of the child abuse who did not retract their claims under threats of perjury punishment was sentenced to a draconian 15 years in prison and it was later discovered her lawyer was in a romantic relationship with an FBI agent who was a witness for the defense.
3. While a grand jury concluded the case was a "hoax" (despite no one ever being able to come up with a plausible list of potential hoaxers or people who actually concocted the whole thing), Lawrence King never responded to any of these allegations in civil court leading to him being found guilty by default while he was in prison on other charges. He never fought the judgment.
The case has since been put into the "crazy conspiracy theory" file because of the involvement of Lyndon LaRouche trying to prove the whole thing was the result of Satanists working in the US government, but none of the more exaggerated, ridiculous, occult claims were ever part of the original case...that all stems of laRouche's involvement.
I'd say it's HIGHLY believable was powerful people can get away with when they circle their wagons.
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