Protests In Bangladesh Turn Violent As Filthy Muslims Clash With Police – Cabinet Minister Offers $100,000 Reward, Which He Said He’ll Pay Himself, For Killing US Filmmaker Over Video About Pedophile Islamic Prophet Muhammad – Urges Taliban And Al-Qaida To Preform The “Sacred Duty” Of Locating And Killing Filmmaker

September 22, 2012

DHAKA, BANGLADESH — Scores of people were injured Saturday in a clash in Bangladesh’s capital between police and hundreds of demonstrators, as protests continued in the Muslim world against a film produced in the United States that denigrates Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.

In Pakistan, where more than 20 people died Friday in clashes with police in cities throughout the country, a Cabinet minister offered a $100,000 reward for the death of the filmmaker.

Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmad Balor told The Associated Press that he would pay the reward out of his own pocket. He urged the Taliban and al-Qaida to perform the “sacred duty” of helping locate and kill the filmmaker.

The film has sparked violent protests throughout the Muslim world that resulted in the deaths of dozens, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya.

In Bangladesh, police fired tear gas and used batons on Saturday to disperse the stone-throwing protesters, who were from about a dozen Islamic groups.

The protesters burned several vehicles, including a police van, witnesses said.

Dozens of protesters were arrested at the demonstration and inside the nearby National Press Club, where participants took refuge, a Dhaka Metropolitan Police official said on condition of anonymity in line with police policy. Police and witnesses said scores of people were injured.

The clash erupted when authorities attempted to halt the demonstration, police said. Authorities have banned all protests near the city’s main Baitul Mokarram mosque since Friday, when more than 2,000 people marched and burned an effigy of President Barack Obama.

The protesters announced a nationwide general strike on Sunday to protest the police action.

In Pakistan, protests continued Saturday, with more than 1,500 people, including women and children, rallying in Pakistan’s capital. The crowd was peaceful but angry over the release of the video called “Innocence of Muslims,” which portrays Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a child molester.

The protesters — from the Minhaj-ul-Quran religious group — marched through Islamabad’s streets and then gathered near Parliament, chanting slogans against the filmmaker and demanding stern punishment for him.

Thousands of people also protested Saturday in Nigeria’s largest city, Kano. The crowd marched from a mosque to the palace of the Emir of Kano, the region’s top spiritual leader for Muslims.

About 200 students in Srinagar, the main city in Indian-controlled Kashmir, chanted “Down with America” and “Long live Islam” in a peaceful protest. Some carried a placard that read, “There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger.”

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Pedophile Langlade County Wisconsin Deputy Sheriff Michael Brayton Arrested, No Longer With Department, And Charged After Sex And Sexual Activity With Children

July 12, 2012

ANTIGO, WISCONSIN — A former Langlade County sheriff’s deputy was arrested and charged with 22 felonies Tuesday for alleged sexual activity with teenage girls.

Bail was set at $50,000 for Michael Brayton, 25, of Gleason. A judge ordered that he have no contact with girls younger than 18 if he makes bail.

Brayton remained in custody after his court appearance and does not have a listed phone number. Online court records do not list whether he has an attorney.

The charges include four counts of sexual assault of a child under 16, two counts of child enticement and 16 counts of exposing his genitals to children.

All are linked to incidents with four girls, ages 15 to 18, the Antigo Daily Journal reported (http://bit.ly/NeUDVj ).

The 32-page complaint alleges a pattern of behavior with girls from Elcho High School and heavy use of social media including Facebook and text messaging. It alleges Brayton and the girls became friendly and their relationships escalated to trading explicit photographs and several instances of physical contact with one girl.
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Pedophile Tulare County California Deputy Michael Risenhoover Quits After Arrest On 8 Counts Of Child Molestation

July 7, 2012

PIXLEY, CALIFORNIA – A Tulare County Sheriff’s Department correctional officer was arrested on Thursday for allegedly sexually assaulting a young girl. Michael Risenhoover, 33, was arrested when he showed up for work on Thursday and after hearing the charges he immediately resigned from his position. Risenhoover allegedly molested a girl under the age of 14 for three years. The exact age of the victim has not been disclosed.

The crime was brought to the attention of the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department by the Pixley Unified School District. In March, the victim told someone at the district that a man had molested her on more than one occasion. She identified the man who had been sexually assaulting her as Risenhoover. The alleged abuse took place in Pixley, where both the suspect and the victim live. Read the rest of this entry »


Jury Finds California Hero NOT GUILTY After Attacking Elderly Pedophile Priest In Retirement Home – He And His Brother Had Been Raped By His “Victim” 40+ Years Ago

July 7, 2012

LOS GATOS, CALIFORNIA – William Lynch never disputed that he had punched a retired Catholic priest in an old folks home in Los Gatos. He said the cleric raped him nearly four decades ago, that he had simply snapped when he demanded an admission of guilt. He didn’t expect a jury to overlook the letter of the law and let him go.

But Thursday, in a verdict that drew gasps of astonishment in a San Jose courtroom, the jury said the 44-year-old Lynch was not guilty of felony assault and elder abuse in the 2010 attack on Jerold Lindner, 67.

The panel considered a lesser count of misdemeanor assault – one of the jurors said afterward that several felt compelled to find Lynch guilty of something – but even on that charge, it deadlocked 8-4 for conviction.

As the verdicts were read in Santa Clara County Superior Court, Lynch’s mother, Peggy Lynch, broke into tears. Her son stared straight ahead, a small grin crossing his face. When the jury’s last finding was read, defense attorneys Pat Harris and Paul Mones hugged him and he grinned broadly.

Asked outside court if he had expected to be acquitted of the most serious charges against him, Lynch said, “Honestly, no. I was surprised pleasantly.”

He added, “I feel I can probably have some peace now and move forward.”

‘This is amazing’

His sister, Amanda Lynch, was one of 50 or so supporters who gathered outside the courthouse. She collapsed in tears as she heard of the verdicts.

“This is amazing,” she said. “I never thought it could come out this good.”

One juror said the description in court of the rape that Lynch said the priest committed had “tremendous play” in the panel’s decision.

“We all agreed that it was a heinous act,” said the juror, who asked to not be named. “It was a tough thing to disregard.”

He said he had been among the eight voting for conviction on the misdemeanor assault count, but only because he felt he had to follow legal limitations, “and the defendant admitted hitting the victim.”

Another juror said, “Nobody wanted to convict, but we had to consider what the law says.”
1975 camping trip

Lynch, who lives in San Francisco, testified that the molestation happened on a religious camping trip in 1975, when he was 7 years old. Lindner violently sodomized him and made him and his 4-year-old brother orally copulate each other, he said.

“He told me that if I told on him, he’d kill my parents, kill my brother, kill my sister,” Lynch said.

The nationally watched trial threw a spotlight on the issue of sexual abuse by Catholic priests. Mones, a national advocate for clergy abuse victims, said he hoped the case would give new momentum to the issue.

“It’s individuals like Will coming forward who will change the church,” the defense attorney said.

Prosecutors said that even if Lindner molested Lynch, it was not grounds for Lynch to administer his own form of justice.
Retrial decision

District Attorney Jeff Rosen said he had sympathy for Lynch, but that the law demanded he prosecute. He said he would decide over the next week whether to retry Lynch on the misdemeanor assault count.

“We do not condone what he did,” Rosen said. However, he added, “this case is also about Mr. Lindner and those who have escaped justice for the awful crimes they have done against children.”

Lindner was not in court for the verdicts.

Throngs of Lynch’s supporters massed outside the courthouse entrance every day of the two-week trial, waving signs with such sentiments as, “Catholic Church: Stop harboring pedophiles,” and hurling insults at Lindner and his lawyers whenever they showed up.
‘I hated myself’

Lynch argued that his attack was justified considering the trauma he has endured since Lindner allegedly molested him and his brother on the camping trip to the Santa Cruz Mountains. As he grew, he said, “I hated myself. There was a lot of fear and shame and guilt.”

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Pedophile Veteran Miramar Florida Police Officer Capt. Del Los Rios Arrested, Suspended, And Charged After Preforming “Sex Check” Exam On 15 Year Old Girl In The Backseat Of His Patrol Car

July 2, 2012

MIRAMAR, FLORIDA – A Florida Police captain was arrested Friday on charges he made a 15-year-old girl strip naked in the back seat of a car for a “sex check” to prove she wasn’t having sex, reports said.

Capt. Juan De los Rios was charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct involving a child for making the girl strip naked, show her private parts and allow him to inspect her body for bruising after finding her talking with a 19-year-old boy in the backseat of a car on Jan. 18, according to a Broward State Attorney’s Office report obtained by the Sun-Sentinel.

De los Rios, 46, faces up to 15 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine, authorities said.

The girl and her friend were in the back of a car parked in the back of an industrial park after school when De los Rios approached them, looking through the window, according to an affidavit obtained by the Miami Herald.

“Were you having sex? What were you doing here?” The girl told police De los Rios said to her after making the two roll their window down, the affidavit said.

“No, no, no, officer no,” the affidavit said the girl told De los Rios.

De los Rios, an 18-year police veteran, then allegedly told the girl he needed to check. When asked for clarification, the officer told her he needed to “see inside” and forced her to strip naked so he could perform the exam. The girl complied out of fear, the affidavit said.

A veteran Miramar Police captain was arrested Friday after he made a teen get naked to prove that she was not having sex in the back seat of a parked car, authorities said.

Finished with his “exam,” De los Rios told the teens to go home, reports WTVJ.

The girl was initially afraid to report what happened until convinced to by her older sister, the station reported. Her parents immediately told authorities.

“She was probably so intimidated by this police officer to even think that she had to do that,” outraged Miramar resident Josie Huff WTVJ. “It’s disgusting. It’s just unbelievable.”

De los Rios turned himself in at the Broward County Main Jail after a warrant was issued for his arrest yesterday and is being held on $30,000 bail, the Miami Herald reported.

A veteran Miramar Police captain was arrested Friday after he made a teen get naked to prove that she was not having sex in the back seat of a parked car, authorities said.

Investigators told the paper they have obtained a video tape, the paper reports that its quality isn’t enough to identify those involved, but body language is consistent with the allegations.

The teens have not been identified and a department spokesperson told the paper that De los Rios has been suspended without pay “pending the outcome of the investigation.”

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Pedophile Former Cartersville Georgia Police Officer James Scott Arrested, Charged With Child Molestation And Other Offences

June 30, 2012

BARTOW COUNTY, GEORGIA – A former police officer who has career ties to Cartersville Police Department as well as the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office has turned himself in to deputies on several warrants, including child molestation, taken for his arrest.

Bartow County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Sgt. Jonathan Rogers confirmed James Scott’s surrender to deputies Monday when approximately five warrants were served against him.

Scott, according to CPD Public Information Officer Lt. Mark Camp, “worked for several departments, including the Cartersville Police Department, Bartow County Sheriff’s Office, Dallas Police Department and the Kennesaw Police Department.” He served with CPD from July 1997 until September 2011.

A request for Scott’s personnel file from CPD was delayed Monday until the department’s employee who manages such files returns to the office to process the request sent by The Daily Tribune News on Monday afternoon.

Further information will be provided as it is made available.

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Veteran San Francisco California Gay Rights Adcocate Larry Brinkin Arrested For Child Pornography

June 26, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – San Francisco police have arrested veteran gay rights advocate Larry Brinkin in connection with felony possession of child pornography.

Brinkin, 66, who worked for the San Francisco Human Rights Commission before his retirement in 2010, was taken into custody Friday night. He spent the night in jail before he was released on bail, according to a spokeswoman for the sheriff’s department.

The district attorney’s office will decide Tuesday whether to file charges. “We’re still reviewing the case,” district attorney’s spokeswoman Stephanie Ong Stillman said Monday.

Police say that Brinkin had pornographic images, some that appear to show children as young as 1 and 2 or 3 years old being sodomized and performing oral sex on adult men, in e-mail attachments linked to his account, according to a search warrant served by San Francisco police.

Representatives of America Online contacted authorities after coming across e-mail attachments from one of its subscriber’s accounts containing what they believed to be child pornography.

The Los Angeles Police Department, which was assigned to the case, traced the IP address associated with the account, Zack3737@aol.com, to Brinkin, a San Francisco resident, according to court records. Los Angeles police forwarded the case to San Francisco police.

San Francisco investigators say the account was registered to Brinkin, and that he paid for the e-mail service with his credit card.

Police provided two examples of e-mail messages from last year in which Zack3737 provides disturbing descriptions of the exploitive sexual acts.

The e-mail account also is linked to Yahoo discussion groups on sexual exploitation of young boys and girls, according to the search warrant.

Executing a search warrant Friday, police seized two laptops, a desk top computer, videos, a floppy disk and thumb drives from Brinkin’s Waller Street home.

During his 22-year tenure at the Human Rights Commission, Brinkin was best known for championing equal rights for gays and lesbians. He helped craft San Francisco’s groundbreaking Equal Benefits Ordinance, which became a national model for workplace equality.

Upon Brinkin’s retirement, the Board of Supervisors approved a resolution declaring the week of Feb. 1, 2010, “Larry Brinkin Week” in San Francisco, saying his “dedication to advance the civil rights of all people has never stopped.”

Former Supervisor Bevan Dufty who authored the board resolution, said Monday that he was shocked to learn of Brinkin’s arrest. “I have admired and respected his work for the LGBT community,” Dufty said. “I respect and am confident that there will be due process.”

Brinkin did not respond to requests for comment Monday.

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