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Life in Janet Reno's Gulag

 
 
gungasnake
 
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Reply Wed 2 May, 2012 05:56 pm
For whatever it's worth, the article paradork is citing is not available on the inernet or at least not free of charge and I don't PAY for bullshit, all there really is is the one paragraph abstract which is just an unsupported claim. One of the authors' names turns up in another pubmed abstract titled:

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"What hysteria? A systematic study of newspaper coverage of accused child molesters."


which I assume to mean that the dickhead never saw a bullshit ritual abuse case which he didn't like but, then, that's the short of **** I expect from paradork and monkeyjerk here and that's why I generally vote their **** down unread.

Basically, all such cases have proven to be bogus over a period of time, with the one guy, Fuster, remaining in prison simply due to inertia.
gungasnake
 
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Reply Wed 2 May, 2012 06:30 pm
Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Fuster#Country_Walk

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Country Walk
In 1985 Frank Fuster, the owner of the Country Walk Babysitting Service, in a suburb of Miami, Florida, was found guilty of 14 counts of abuse.[10] He was sentenced to a prison sentence with a minimum of 165 years. Fuster's victims testified that his "unspeakable acts" included leading them in Satanic rituals and terrorizing them by forcing them to watch him mutilate birds, a lesson to children who might reveal the abuse.[10] Fuster had been previously convicted for manslaughter and for fondling a 9 year old child.[1] Testimony from children in the case was extracted by Laurie and Joseph Braga, a husband-and-wife team who resorted to coercive questioning of the alleged victims when the desired answers were not forthcoming.[11]


MontereyJack
 
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Reply Wed 2 May, 2012 07:01 pm
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gungasnake
 
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Reply Wed 2 May, 2012 08:45 pm
http://www.oranous.com/innocence/FrankFuster/MaggieBruck.htm

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19. None of the child witnesses in Fuster spontaneously reported to their parents that Frank Fuster had abused him or her. Even when their parents and police investigators first directly asked them about abusive acts at Country Walk Babysitting Service all the children but one denied that anything had happened. Some children disclosed abusive acts within the first month of questioning by parents, police officers, social workers, and therapists; other children did not disclose until many more months of questioning. Some children recanted earlier allegations in subsequent interviews or sometimes within the same interview. The one child (JC) who disclosed abusive acts by the Fusters during the first police interview (this interview was not recorded and there are only police notes), changed his answers in the interview upon having questions repeated; provided highly inconsistent answers; alternately claimed to have seen the abuse and then to have been in a different part of the house when it was happening; and repeatedly changed his report as to who the participants in the abusive events were. This same child later required his mother to prompt him to remind him of acts of abuse he had earlier recounted. JC also told state attorney investigators, Laurie and Joseph Braga, about a game he had often played with his cousin in which success was measured by who managed to touch another child’s vagina. (As I will later discuss, there are serious problems associated with the fact that we have no verbatim record of the initial interviews with this child.)
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parados
 
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Reply Thu 3 May, 2012 07:00 am
@gungasnake,
gungasnake wrote:

For whatever it's worth, the article paradork is citing is not available on the inernet or at least not free of charge and I don't PAY for bullshit,
Perhaps if you had a library card you could get it for free.

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which I assume to mean that the dickhead never saw a bullshit ritual abuse case which he didn't like but, then, that's the short of **** I expect from paradork and monkeyjerk here and that's why I generally vote their **** down unread.
Since I don't accuse prosecutors of running gulags that means I don't think there are bad prosecutions? That's why we love you so much gunga. You make leaps of logic that are impossible for mere mortals.

1. You have no evidence that Reno was involved in the case at all.
2. You ignore those that were actually involved in the case to blame someone else.
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parados
 
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Reply Thu 3 May, 2012 07:05 am
@gungasnake,
gungasnake wrote:

Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Fuster#Country_Walk

Quote:
Country Walk
In 1985 Frank Fuster, the owner of the Country Walk Babysitting Service, in a suburb of Miami, Florida, was found guilty of 14 counts of abuse.[10] He was sentenced to a prison sentence with a minimum of 165 years. Fuster's victims testified that his "unspeakable acts" included leading them in Satanic rituals and terrorizing them by forcing them to watch him mutilate birds, a lesson to children who might reveal the abuse.[10] Fuster had been previously convicted for manslaughter and for fondling a 9 year old child.[1] Testimony from children in the case was extracted by Laurie and Joseph Braga, a husband-and-wife team who resorted to coercive questioning of the alleged victims when the desired answers were not forthcoming.[11]



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gungasnake
 
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Reply Sun 31 May, 2015 01:56 am
http://rense.com/general/darkone.htm

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....Before assuming the office of Attorney General, Janet Reno was District Attorney in Miami's Dade County. During her tenure in office she launched a case to help children she alleged were victims of sexual abuse. She brought in so-called "experts" who tend to use typical brainwashing techniques to convince children they are victims of abuse. In such cases the children typically invent fanciful tales of abuse and in this case the same scenario played itself out.

Reno's victim, however, wasn't some adult pedophile but a young boy who Reno insisted, be tried as an adult. Bobby Fijnje moved to Miami with his family in 1981. His father had been a diplomat for the Dutch government in the Antilles. The family had decided to make the United States their new home. They joined a local church where Bobby helped work in the Sunday School.

On August 28, 1989 the police arrived at the Fijnje home. They were given permission to search the house for evidence against young Bobby. They ripped his room apart looking for pornography but found nothing incriminating. The police took the boy into custody and put him through a long, drawn-out interrogation. For the first two hours the boy's father was allowed to be present but he was then told to leave the room so the police could talk to Bobby alone.

The newsletter Casualties of Sexual Allegations (January 1997) says that young Bobby was an insulin-dependent diabetic who "became ill and unsteady during 7 hours of questioning during which he had almost no food. Promised he could leave if he confessed, he made a sort of confession, but when immediately taken into custody, he reasserted his innocence."

That evening the boy was put into state custody at the Juvenile Detention Center where he was forced to remain for almost two years while Janet Reno engaged in another one of her crusades to help children. Bobby's father explains what happened:

"During Bobby's imprisonment, we twice asked for him to be released on bond, the second time in the care of his aunt and uncle (a retired Connecticut State Supreme Court judge), but this was refused because 'Bobby was a threat to the community' and because it was said that our family would flee the country. Bobby pleaded not guilty, and was tried as an adult on the motion of the Dade County prosecutor's office, headed by Ms. Reno.

"The pre-trial hearings finally began in early August 1990 with Judge Norman Gerstein presiding. Pre-trial hearings lasted until the middle of January 1991, at which time a jury was selected. Before and during the trial, we were repeatedly urged to accept a plea-bargain and warned of the dangers Bobby faced in prison. We were told that he would have AIDS within a week after entering prison. We were told what a horrible time he would have in prison, where the jailers are mere administrators and the prison is actually ruled by the prisoners. But we knew Bobby was innocent, and we refused to accept a plea bargain.

"During the trial, not a single witness ever testified that he or she had seen anything improper. Over 800 members of the church stepped forward and offered to testify on Bobby's behalf. At least 14 motions for mis-trial were filed by Bobby's lawyers, Mr. Mel Black and Mr. Peter Miller. Over 500 sidebar conferences were held in this case, which cost the taxpayers well over $3 million, money that could have been used to feed the poor, improve public health, or shelter the many homeless people who roam the streets of Miami. Instead, this money was spent on the longest trial ever held in Dade County, all in an effort to send an innocent boy to jail for life.

"On the morning of 4 May 1991, the jury advised Judge Gerstein that a verdict had been reached, but we waited an hour and a half for that verdict to be read. Judge Gerstein advised our lawyer that we must wait for Ms. Reno's arrival. She wanted to be present when the verdict was read.

"Bobby was acquitted on all counts.

"During this period, our family had to endure daily attacks and lies in the newspapers and on television. My wife and I were accused of being drug dealers and ringleaders in a child pornography business. Death threats were sent to us and left on our telephone answering machine. In addition to local and county police departments, the FBI was also called in to investigate us. Unmarked police cars cruised through our street, while a police helicopter with a searchlight flew overhead at night. Television reporters knocked on every door and window in the house, but we refused to give interviews because we believed that the media would not truthfully report them.

"Ms. Janet Reno was the Dade County Prosecutor at the time of the investigation and prosecution of our son, and as such she must bear the primary responsibility for what was done to him. Is Ms. Reno the right person to head the United States Justice Department? Is she really a crusader against child abuse? Is she aware the she abused my son by her actions and robbed him of one year, eight months, and one week of his life?"

According to an article in the Wall Street Journal psychologist David Raskin said that Reno's treatment of this child was the "most inhumane and despicable" case he had seen in over twenty years of practice......
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izzythepush
 
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Reply Mon 1 Jun, 2015 02:52 am
@gungasnake,
gungasnake wrote:

I don't PAY for bullshit,


You don't need to, not when you've got so much of it on tap. Just try not to inflict it on the rest of us.
gungasnake
 
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Reply Mon 1 Jun, 2015 05:38 am
http://www.frontierlandpost.com/janet-reno.html
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gungasnake
 
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Reply Mon 1 Jun, 2015 12:53 pm
@izzythepush,
https://scontent-dfw1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xat1/v/t1.0-9/11351273_671935199605518_6976032701168394240_n.jpg?oh=69a411b35db4d209dffb29082d141db1&oe=55EA6636
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teasocks
 
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Reply Thu 17 Dec, 2020 05:22 am
Anyone supporting Frank Fuster is dense. He had past convictions of homicide as well as sexual assault against a 9 y/o. Never defend him, he’s a sick f**k, and deserves the years he got in prison without parole.
Ileana is screwed up in the head and has been since she married him. He raped her when they first met, and when under sever personal distress, it’s common psychology for someone to disassociate and completely block out the events that occurred— even turning into a different person in rare instances. Easy to know even if you’re not a psych major. Her story is full of lies on top of lies and it so easily gets convoluted, she even admitted her main reason for trying to get the truth out is for her US citizenship.
Frank is guilty; infants and kids as young of an age that he molested are capable of lying, however not in extreme detail and in such a big group of kids. The fact that you are taking 1, maybe 2 peoples words over dozens of kids’ is disgusting. Maybe Ileana wasnt guilty (maybe she was), but Frank hands down was a disgusting pig.
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