Perverts For Polanski
In 1977, a 44-year-old man, was arrested after he raped a 13-year-old girl. A Los Angeles Grand Jury indicted this miscreant for “rape by the use of drugs”. Indictment said he:
“did willfully unlawfully and feloniously have and accomplish an act of sexual intercourse with a thirteen-year-old girl, she then and there being rendered temporarily incapable of giving legal consent to the commission of said act by the administration to her of intoxicating narcotic, anesthetic substance, controlled substance, and intoxicating liquor, to wit, Quaalude and alcohol…”
He pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of “unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor” and was sent to Chino State Prison, for 90 days of psychiatric evaluations. Pervert was released after 42 days, and awaited sentencing.
This demented deviant inexplicably expected to be placed on probation, and avoid prison. On the day before his sentencing, he somehow learned that he would be sent to prison, and deported when he was released. So he avoided the company of other convicted perverts, by fleeing to Europe, where he has lived a charmed life, for over 30 years.
You Are A Winner!
Sandi Gibbons, of Los Angeles County district attorney’s office said:
“It wasn’t a big secret that he was going to be in Zurich. They had announced he was going on the Internet.”
It was not consensual sex by any means. I said no, repeatedly, but he wouldn’t take no for an answer. I was alone and I didn’t know what to do. It was scary and, looking back, very creepy. Those may sound like kindergarten words, but that’s the way it feels to me.
Polanski almost got away with it. In a 2003 interview with Larry King, Geimer said:
I told him (boyfriend) what happened and my sister overheard me because she happened to be outside my room, and then told my mom.
Her mother sued him, and they reached an out-of-court settlement for an undisclosed amount of money. Geimer has asked for Pervert Polanski to be released, but this may have been part of their settlement.
Looking For A Loophole
The title refers to Polanski being “wanted” in USA, but “desired” by clueless French fans, who do not believe that it is a big deal for a 44-year-old man to rape and traumatize a 13-year-old girl. Hummel asserts that Judge Laurence J. Rittenband, engaged in “repeated unethical and unlawful ex parte communications,” by obtaining advice from Deputy District Attorney, David Wells.
Apparently, Rittenbrand wanted to release Polanski, until Wells showed him a photo of Polanski, then out on bail, with two young women in Munich, and said:
“Look here. He’s flipping you off”
People ask me computer questions all the time. I do not understand why a Judge cannot be advised by an attorney, in the same office. Isn’t it the same thing?
Hummel’s argument is that California Code of Judicial Ethics (PDF) forbids two parties to discuss a case, where only one side is represented. Wells was not an attorney on this case, but he worked for State of California, which charged Polanski with raping the young girl. However, his statement cannot be corrobrated, because Judge Rittenbrand has died.
UPDATE: David Wells Lied!
A few minutes after I published this article, New York Times reported that David Wells lied! Wells said:
“I’ve got to tell you, I lied. I tried to butter up this story to make me look better.”
There goes Pervert Polanski’s defense! Wells added:
“If it happened, it would have been unethical”
Which is just what Chad S. Hummel, Polanski’s attorney complained about!
Yahoo News reported that Wells said he “embellished” story, because he was told that film would be shown in France, not United States. Wells retired two years ago.
An excellent article by Bill Wyman (not the Rolling Stone), Whitewashing Roman Polanski, suggests that Polanski did not return to court because he was spooked by courtroom cameras too.
Perverts for Polanski
SACD, a French organization, which “collects and distributes authors’ royalties and fees for 45,000 authors in the field of the performing arts and audiovisual media,” also believes that 44-year-old men should be allowed to rape 13-year-old girls. I am not sure if it extends this belief to all pedophiles, or just perverts like Roman Polanski, who contribute cash to their organization. I do not understand the laws or customs of France; perhaps they consider the act of raping and traumatizing young girls, a recreational activity, like bowling. In any event, I strongly advise any American family, who wants to visit their perverted provinces, to leave their young daughters at home!
If any members of this French society of sexual deviant lovers read this article, I hope they leave a comment, and explain this practice to me, and the thousands of Where Did My Brain Go? visitors, who will eventually read this article too.
Since there is no extradition policy between France and USA, maybe they just hate American laws, who knows?
Say It Loud! I Like Pedophiles and I Am Proud!
SACD, which should clarify its beliefs, by changing its motto from “A Society for and by authors” – to “Society for and by perverted authors and their friends” – has actually done something good. They have made it easy for people like me, fathers of daughters, who abhor pedophiles, to avoid supporting them. SACD circulated a petition, which has been signed by members of the performing arts community, who are rankled by Roman Polanski’s arrest for raping a 13-year-old girl. They are not a bunch of misguided misogynists, because female names appear on this list of looney lewdies too.
I do not recognize all their names, but I will never watch another movie which lists these pedophile-lovers in the credits.
Finally, if you believe that 44-year-old men should be permitted to rape 13-year-old girls, you can add your name to this vile list, by sending an email to email@example.com with a subject of “Petition Roman Polanski” to show your support. Just don’t tell me about it!
|Erika Abrams||Fatih Akin||Stephane Allagnon|
|Woody Allen||Pedro Almodovar||Gianni Amelio|
|Wess Anderson||Roger Andrieux||Jean-Jacques Annaud|
|Alexandre Arcady||Fanny Ardant||Asia Argento|
|Darren Aronofsky||Olivier Assayas||Alexander Astruc|
|Gabriel Auer||Alexandre Babel||Jean-François Balmer|
|Luc Barnier||Christophe Barratier||Xavier Beauvois|
|Liria Begeja||Gilles Behat||Jean-Jacques Beineix|
|Marco Bellochio||Monica Bellucci||Véra Belmont|
|Djamel Bennecib||Alain Berliner||Pascal Berney|
|Giuseppe Bertolucci||Lucien Blacher||Catherine Boissière|
|Thierry Boscheron||Freddy Bossy||Patrick Bouchitey|
|Cédric Bouchoucha||Paul Boujenah||Katia Boutin|
|Jacques Bral||Patrick Braoudé||Guila Braoudé|
|Anne Burki||André Buytaers||Christian Carion|
|Henning Carlsen||Jean-Michel Carre||Lionel Cassan|
|Mathieu Celary||Teco Celio||Christophe Champclaux|
|Patrice Chéreau||Brigitte Chesneau||Catherine Chouchan|
|Elie Chouraqui||Souleymane Cissé||Jean-Pierre Clech|
|Henri Codenie||Robert Cohen||Alain Corneau|
|Jérôme Cornuau||Guy Courtecuisse||Miguel Courtois|
|Morgan Crestel||Dominique Crevecoeur||Alfonso Cuaron|
|Frédéric Damien||Sophie Danon||Luc Dardenne|
|Jean-Pierre Dardenne||Hervé de Luze||Benoît Delmas|
|Jonathan Demme||Dante Desarthe||Romain Desbiens|
|Thomas Desjonquères||Alexandre Desplat||Rosalinde Deville|
|Michel Deville||Guillaume D'Ham||Christelle Didier|
|Kathrin DiPaola||Ariel Dorfman||Georges Dybman|
|Jacques Fansten||Joël Farges||Gianluca Farinelli|
|Etienne Faure||Michel Ferry||Jean Teddy Filippe|
|Martine Fitoussi||Scott Foundas||Stephen Frears|
|Thierry Frémaux||Sam Gabarski||René Gainville|
|Matteo Garone||Tony Gatlif||Catherine Gaudin-Montalto|
|Costa Gavras||Jean-Marc Ghanassia||Terry Gilliam|
|Christian Gion||Stéphane Gizard||Christophe Goumand|
|Marc Guidoni||Dimitri Haulet||Buck Henry|
|David Heyman||Laurent Heynemann||Dominique Hollier|
|Isabelle Hontebeyrie||Frédéric Horiszny||Robert Hossein|
|Jean-Loup Hubert||Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu||Gilles Jacob|
|Just Jaeckin||Anne Jeandet||Alain Jessua|
|Arthur Joffé||Pierre Jolivet||Kent Jones|
|Paola Jullian||Roger Kahane||Nelly Kaplan|
|Wong Kar Waï||Ladislas Kijno||Richard Klebinder|
|Harmony Korinne||Jan Kounen||Diane Kurys|
|Emir Kusturica||Jean Labadie||John Landis|
|Claude Lanzmann||David Lanzmann||André Larquié|
|Françoise Lassale||Carole Laure||Christine Laurent-Blixen|
|Emilien Lazaron||Vinciane Lecocq||Patrice Leconte|
|Claude Lelouch||Gérard Lenne||Pierre Lhomme|
|Renée Lhomme||Marceline Loridan-Ivens||David Lynch|
|Michael Mann||François Margolin||Jean-Pierre Marois|
|Tonie Marshall||Mario Martone||Christine Mathis|
|Nicolas Mauvernay||Christopher||Spencer McAndrew|
|Claire McAndrew||Allison Michel||Radu Mihaileanu|
|Jean-Louis Milesi||Claude Miller||Jean-Marc Modeste|
|Mario Monicelli||Jeanne Moreau||Christian Mvogo Mbarga|
|Juliette Nicolas-Donnard||Sandra Nicolier||Michel Ocelot|
|Eric Pape||Abner Pastoll||Alexander Payne|
|Richard Pena||Olivier Père||Suzana Peric|
|Jacques Perrin||Thomas Pibarot||Anne Pigeon Bormans|
|Michele Placido||Sabrina Poidevin||Agnès Catherine Poirier|
|Harry Prenger||Gilbert Primet||Philippe Radault|
|Tristan Rain||Jean-Paul Rappeneau||Raphael Rebibo|
|Jo Reymen||Laurence Reymond||Yasmina Reza|
|Christiane Rhein||Jacques Richard||Avital Ronell|
|Laurence Roulet||Marc Saffar||Gabriela Salazar Scherman|
|Walter Salles||Jean-Paul Salomé||Jean-Frédéric Samie|
|Marc Sandberg||Jerry Schatzberg||Julian Schnabel|
|Barbet Schroeder||Pierre Schumacher||Ettore Scola|
|Luis Gustavo Sconza-
|Martin Scorsese||Frank Segier|
|Guy Seligmann||Julien Seri||Pierre Silvant|
|Charlotte Silvera||Abderrahmane Sissako||Paolo Sorrentino|
|Roch Stephanik||Guillaume Stirn||Jean-Marc Surcin|
|Tilda Swinton||Jean-Charles Tacchella||Radovan Tadic|
|Danis Tanovic||Bertrand Tavernier||André Techiné|
|Cécile Telerman||Alain Terzian||Valentine Theret|
|Pascal Thomas||Giuseppe Tornatore||Serge Toubiana|
|Nadine Trintignant||Tom Tykwer||Alexandre Tylski|
|Jaques Vallotton||Betrand Van Effenterre||Jean-Pierre Vergne|
|Sarah Vermande||Gilles Walusinski||Wim Wenders|
|Anaïse Wittmann||Arnaud Xainte||Christian Zeender|
2019 UPDATE: Quentin Tarantino
Look, she was down with this. — Quentin Tarantino
Listen to Quentin Tarantino defend Polanski in 2003, on the Howard Stern Show.
Mr. Tarantino apologized to Samantha Geier for his remarks, in 2018.