Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Duke 2:slap on wrist for false accuser

No Charges Planned in Hofstra Rape Hoax
Published: September 25, 2009

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (AP) — A prosecutor has decided not to file criminal charges against a Hofstra University freshman who falsely said that she was gang-raped in a dormitory bathroom.

The prosecutor, District Attorney Kathleen Rice of Nassau County, said on Friday that the freshman, Danmel Ndonye, 18, must undergo mental health treatment and community service in exchange for not being prosecuted.

Ms. Ndonye, previously described by the prosecutor as ”a deeply troubled woman,” had claimed she was attacked after a dance party at a Long Island nightclub. Four men were arrested and a fifth was being sought when she recanted the story three days after making the charges.

The turning point in the case came when the woman was confronted with a videotape of the encounter, which indicated the sex had been consensual.

The four men in custody were released two hours after the woman changed her story.


Female prosecutor and female defendent. She just has to play down what Danmel Ndonye did. She probably just thought that men are expendable. Beside she prosecutes Ndonye to the full extent of the law then that would piss off the sisterhood and we can't have that. It's prosecutors like this that give men a raw deal in this society.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Fox on Polanski

Tonight on Fox News I observed the disbaraging remarks toward Roman Polanski. Mentioned only once on O'Reilly was it mentioned that the judge was not going to stick to a plea bargain agreement,possibly for political reasons. O'Reilly had two female guests on to speak and only one agreed with O'Reilly in seeking a harsh punishment. On Hannity Hannity and his guests: Miss America 2008 (Yeah,brains are really required for that job. (/sarcasm), Democratic strategist Bob Beckel who did just like all the Dems do and blamed the man,expousing the usually chivalry. The third guest was a Republican congressman,also a mangina. All four were salivating for Polanski's blood.

Let's turn this arguement around. What if Roman Polanski were a woman. After 32 years has passed would anyone want her blood? The manginas and feminists that condemn Polanski the man would probably excuse Polanksi the woman. How often have we seen female teachers given light sentences or turn it around and accuse their victims of rape? A lot and it is working. What is not working is the Constitution's Equality Clause,in fact that is being trampled. The media that condemns the man is the same one that excuses the woman. The same court that sentences the man to 10 years gives the woman probation for the same crime. If Polanski is successfully extradicted to the United States then he will be further cannon fodder for the rape hysteria machine.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Roman Polanski

Swiss arrest Polanski on US request in sex case

By ERNST E. ABEGG and BRADLEY S. KLAPPER, Associated Press Writers Ernst E. Abegg And Bradley S. Klapper, Associated Press Writers – 2 mins ago

ZURICH – Director Roman Polanski was arrested by Swiss police as he flew in for the Zurich Film Festival and faces possible extradition to the United States for having sex in 1977 with a 13-year-old girl, authorities said Sunday.

Polanski was scheduled to receive an honorary award at the festival when he was apprehended Saturday at the airport, the Swiss Justice Ministry said in a statement. It said U.S. authorities have sought the arrest of the 76-year-old director around the world since 2005.

"There was a valid arrest request and we knew when he was coming," ministry spokesman Guido Balmer told The Associated Press. "That's why he was taken into custody."

Polanski, the director of such classic films as "Chinatown," "Rosemary's Baby" and "The Pianist," fled the U.S. in 1978, a year after pleading guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with the underage girl.

Polanski has asked a U.S. appeals court in California to overturn a judges' refusal to throw out his case. He claims misconduct by the now-deceased judge who had arranged a plea bargain and then reneged on it.

His victim, Samantha Geimer, who long ago identified herself publicly, has joined in Polanski's bid for dismissal, saying she wants the case to be over. She sued Polanski and reached an undisclosed settlement.

Balmer, the Swiss spokesman, said the U.S. would now have to make a formal extradition request. A U.S. Justice Department spokeswoman in Washington declined to comment on the case Sunday.

Polanski's French lawyer, Georges Kiejman, told France-Inter radio that it was "too early to know" if Polanski would be extradited.

"The proceedings must take their course," he said Sunday. "For now we are trying to have the arrest warrant lifted in Zurich."

Kiejman later told The Associated Press that France does not extradite its citizens and that U.S. authorities had never asked France to prosecute Polanski at home.

Balmer declined to explain why Polanski was never previously arrested in Switzerland, where he has often traveled or stayed. A 1996 interview with Canada's Menz magazine describes Polanski's visits to the luxury resort of Gstaad, where he regularly came to ski, attend festivals or escape from media pressure.

Earlier this year, Superior Court Judge Peter Espinoza in Los Angeles dismissed Polanski's bid to throw out the case because the director failed to appear in court to press his request, but said there was "substantial misconduct" in the handling of the original case.

In his ruling, Espinoza said he reviewed not only legal documents, but also watched the HBO documentary, "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired," which suggests there was behind-the-scenes manipulations by a now-retired prosecutor who was not assigned to the case.

The Swiss statement said Polanski was in "provisional detention for extradition," but added he would not be transferred to U.S. authorities until all proceedings are completed. Polanski can contest his detention and any extradition decision in the Swiss courts, it said.

Polanski has lived for the past three decades in France, where his career has continued to flourish, and he received a directing Oscar in absentia for the 2002 movie "The Pianist." He is married to French actress Emanuelle Seigner, with whom he has two children.

He has avoided traveling to countries likely to extradite him. For instance, he testified by video link from Paris in a 2005 libel trial in London against Vanity Fair magazine. He did not want to enter Britain for fear of being arrested.

Rolf Haferkamp, a spokesman for prosecutors in Duisburg, Germany, declined to comment on why Polanski was not detained or arrested in Germany when he visited in 2008.

In Paris, Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand said he was "dumbfounded" by Polanski's arrest, adding that he "strongly regrets that a new ordeal is being inflicted on someone who has already experienced so many of them."

Those comments referred to the fact that Polanski, a native of France who was taken to Poland by his parents, escaped Krakow's Jewish ghetto as a child during World War II and lived off the charity of strangers. His mother died at the Nazis' Auschwitz death camp.

Mitterrand's office said Sunday that he was in contact with French President Nicolas Sarkozy "who is following the case with great attention and shares the minister's hope that the situation can be quickly resolved."

Polanski worked his way into filmmaking in Poland, gaining an Oscar nomination for best foreign-language film in 1964 for his "Knife in the Water." Offered entry to Hollywood, he directed the classic "Rosemary's Baby" in 1968.

But his life was shattered again in 1969 when his wife, actress Sharon Tate, and four other people were gruesomely murdered in Los Angeles by followers of cult figure Charles Manson. Tate was eight months pregnant at the time.

Polanski went on to make another American classic, "Chinatown," released in 1974.

In 1977, he was accused of raping the teenager while photographing her during a modeling session. The girl said Polanski plied her with champagne and part of a Quaalude pill at Jack Nicholson's house while the actor was away. She said that, despite her protests, he performed oral sex, intercourse and sodomy on her.

Polanski was allowed to plead guilty to one of six charges, unlawful sexual intercourse, and was sent to prison for 42 days of evaluation.

Lawyers agreed that would be his full sentence, but the judge tried to renege on the plea bargain. Aware the judge would sentence him to more prison time and require his voluntary deportation, Polanski fled to France.

Zurich Film Festival organizers said Polanski's detention had caused "shock and dismay," but said they would go ahead with Sunday's planned retrospective of the director's work, including "Knife in the Water," "Chinatown" and "The Pianist." The festival runs from Sept. 24 to Oct. 4.

The Swiss Directors Association sharply criticized authorities for what it deemed "not only a grotesque farce of justice, but also an immense cultural scandal."


Klapper contributed from Geneva.


When courts are regulary dismiss or discounting charges against female teachers who abuse boys they sure are making a lot out of Polanski. If he is brought to the U.S. for trial and found guilty and given prison time then that is the most harsh punishment considering the average female rapist gets little time and most likely probation or charges dismissed.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Duke 2

Danmell Ndonye

Hofstra Student Could Face Criminal Charges for Rape Allegations
Friday, September 18, 2009

Hofstra University freshman Danmell Ndonye could face criminal charges after lying to police about being tied up and gang raped in a dormitory bathroom during a fraternity party.

Ndonye's allegations led to the arrest of four men whose names and pictures were widely circulated following her accusations.

Investigators said that a video of the sexual encounter shows Ndonye consenting to the sex romp. Ndonye later recanted her allegations of rape, confessing to police that she had made up the charges because she had been afraid to tell her boyfriend about the illicit bathroom encounter.

Ndonye has been suspended from school pending a disciplinary hearing, said Hofstra spokeswoman Melissa Connolly.

The spokeswoman also said that a suspension against Rondell Bedward — the only Hofstra student among the five men implicated — had been lifted.

The attorney for another of the accused men, 20-year-old Kevin Taveras, said that the video of the sexual encounter confirms reports that the victim was not forcibly attacked.

"It looks more like a porn movie," Victor Daly-Rivera said. "It showed just the opposite of what the allegations were. There was no tying up, there was no bruising, there was no screaming."

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On Wednesday night, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice revealed that the 18-year-old accuser had recanted and said the sex with the five men had been consensual.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Today 2

I was listening to Rush Limbaugh and he said that the commander in Afghanistan sent a report to Obama saying they needed 40,000 more troops (read men) to win the war in Afghanistan. Do the volunteers exist in those numbers? If not where are they going to get the men to fight in this war? Congressman Chuck Rangel (D-NY) said a few years ago that they may have to reinstate the draft to fight the war on terror and that is bad news for men. Those that thought the war on terror is a facade for an oil war may have to go against those beliefs because they are drafted to fight the war on terror (or war on civil liberties,however you want to see it). Rush was also saying that Afghanistan is worse than Viet Nam was. In Nam we were trying to win but were inept and in Afghanistan they don't care. Obama's numbers are low and he may try to reinstate the draft the win the war to boost up his numbers and he'll use the blood of American men to achieve that goal.

Monday, September 14, 2009


Today I was listening to Rush Limbaugh and on his show he said that feminist extrodinaire Maureen Dowd once said to then cadidate Barrack Obama "we're just trying to toughen you up,boy" when Obama confronted her on what she said. Tonight on the O'Reilly factor I heard she said Congressman Joe Wilson might have well have said "you lie,boy" when in fact all he said was "you lie". Isn't this an interesting case of hyprocrisy. It seems that Maureen Dowd's comment is allowed because she is a feminist liberal and she has no problem putting words in other people's mouths. This isn't the first time feminists take racist views. Most feminists are white women who look out for other white women. In commercials if they show a white female and non-white female the white female will win whereas if it shows a white male and a non-white male the non-white male will win. Such is the hyprocrisy of the mainstream media and that's the way feminists and their poodle boy lapdogs like it.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Step in right direction

Ohio legislature introduces bill preventing abortion without father's written
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
By Anthrope1

HB 252, presently before the Ohio legislature, would prevent a woman from having
an abortion without written permission of the fetus' father. If the father is
unknown, possible fathers must be provided to the doctor and prenatal paternity
testing is required. If the father refuses testing, the abortion is denied.

As Introduced

128th General Assembly
Regular Session

H. B. No. 252

Representative Adams, J.

Cosponsors: Representatives Jordan, Huffman, Blessing, Morgan, Martin, Maag,
Wagner, Hall, Wachtmann, Combs, McClain, Derickson, Goodwin, Winburn, Uecker


To enact section 2919.124 of the Revised Code relative to requiring paternal
consent before an abortion may be performed.


Section 1. That section 2919.124 of the Revised Code be enacted to read as

Sec. 2919.124. (A) As used in this section, "viable" has the same meaning as in
section 2901.01 of the Revised Code.

(B)(1) When the fetus that is the subject of the procedure is viable, no person
shall perform or induce an abortion on a pregnant woman without the written
informed consent of the father of the fetus.

(2) When the fetus that is the subject of the procedure is not viable, no person
shall perform or induce an abortion on a pregnant woman without the written
informed consent of the father of the fetus.

(C)(1) A pregnant woman seeking to abort her pregnancy shall provide, in
writing, the identity of the father of the fetus to the person who is to perform
or induce the abortion.

(2) No pregnant woman seeking to abort her pregnancy shall fail to comply with
division (B)(1) of this section.

(3) No pregnant woman seeking to abort her pregnancy shall provide to the person
who is to perform or induce the abortion the identity of a man as the father of
the fetus if the man is not the father of the fetus.

(D) No man shall give a consent pursuant to division (B)(1) or (2) of this
section as the father of the fetus if the man knows that he is not the father of
the fetus.

(E) No person shall cause a man to believe that the man is the father of a fetus
for the purpose of obtaining the consent required by division (B)(1) or (2) of
this section, if the person knows that the man is not the father of the fetus.

(F) If, pursuant to division (C)(1) of this section, the pregnant woman
identifies two or more men as possible fathers of the fetus, the person who is
to perform or induce the abortion shall perform a paternity test, or cause a
paternity test to be performed, to determine the father of the fetus prior to
accepting any consent required under division (B)(1) or (2) of this section and
prior to performing or inducing an abortion of the pregnant woman's pregnancy.
No person shall perform or induce an abortion in violation of this division.

(G) It is not a defense to a violation of division (B)(1) or (2) or (C)(2) of
this section that the woman does not know the identity of the father of the

(H)(1) Divisions (B)(1) and (2) of this section do not apply if the pregnant
woman provides to the person who is to perform or induce the abortion either of
the following:

(a) A copy of a police report or a complaint, indictment, information, or other
court document that gives the person who is to perform or induce the abortion
reasonable cause to believe that the woman became pregnant as the result of rape
or incest.

(b) A copy of a paternity test that gives the person who is to perform or induce
the abortion reasonable cause to believe that the woman became pregnant as the
result of incest.

(2) This section does not apply if the abortion is necessary, in appropriate
medical judgment, to preserve the life or the physical health of the pregnant

(3) Divisions (B)(1) and (2) of this section do not apply if the father of the
fetus is deceased at the time of the abortion.

(I) The written consent required under division (B)(1) or (2) of this section,
the written identification required in division (C)(1) of this section, and the
results of a paternity test performed pursuant to division (F) of this section
are confidential, are not public records under section 149.43 of the Revised
Code, and shall be viewed only by the pregnant woman, the man claiming to be or
the man identified as being the father of the fetus, the person who is to
perform or induce the abortion, any law enforcement officer investigating a
violation of this section, and a court and jury in a criminal case involving an
alleged violation of this section.

(J) Whoever violates this section is guilty of abortion fraud, a misdemeanor of
the first degree. If the person previously has pleaded guilty to or has been
convicted of a violation of this section, abortion fraud is a felony of the
fifth degree.


This is truly a step forward. Let's hope this proceeds forward.