Wednesday, September 30, 2009

"Free Roman Polanski!"

A new organization is born: Artists for Child Rapists. See who belongs.

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Of course, there is no such organization.

Friends and colleagues who believe he shouldn't be in jail signing a petition does not constitute an "organization", much less one with a title that you made up.

It's fun watching you get so worked up about this. You're more upset then the alleged victim.

October 1, 2009 at 12:12 AM 
Blogger Spencerblog said...

It's fun to watch the cultural left reveal itself for what it is: elitist, decadent, ignorant and downright foolish.

Of course, not all of Polanski's sympathizers reveal themselves, if you know what I mean. But it's nice to know who they are.

October 1, 2009 at 6:57 AM 
Anonymous jake said...

"Of course, there is no such organization." Duuuhhh...

But can't you just see Polanski sitting in jail saying, "I gotta to get the Woodman on my side. And maybe Soon Yi will give me an affidavit saying 'ludes and anal sex are good for 13 year-old girls."

October 1, 2009 at 10:54 AM 
Blogger Trish said...

Pssst, Anon. There is no "alleged" vicitm here, there is only a victim.

The girl testified that she left the Jacuzzi and entered a bedroom in Nicholson's home, where Polanski sat down beside her and kissed the teen, despite her demands that he "keep away." According to Gailey, Polanski then performed a sex act on her and later "started to have intercourse with me." At one point, according to Gailey's testimony, Polanski asked the 13-year-old if she was "on the pill," and "When did you last have your period?" Polanski then asked her, Gailey recalled, "Would you want me to go in through your back?" before he "put his penis in my butt." Asked why she did not more forcefully resist Polanski, the teenager told Deputy D.A. Roger Gunson, "Because I was afraid of him."

Following his indictment on various sex charges, Polanski agreed to a plea deal that spared him prison time (he had spent about 45 days in jail during a court-ordered psychiatric evaluation). But when it seemed that a Superior Court judge might not honor the deal--and sentence Polanski to prison--the director fled the country.

There are plenty of other sites to get your facts straight, should you ever be inclined to have that happen in your life.

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/polanskicover1.html

October 1, 2009 at 2:10 PM 
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