Bill Cosby To Hold Town Hall Meetings To Educate Teens On How To Avoid Sexual Assault Charges

Will Bill Clinton join Bill Cosby at his talks on how to avoid becoming a rapist?

It’s a tossup as to who’s raped more women. So, two Bills are better than one. Their techniques for raping women and getting away with it are different enough that the two could really put on a rip-roaring educational experience for teens.

Would you let your child attend a Bill Cosby rape workshop? It’s hard to imagine a school sponsoring this really bad idea.

Yahoo

Bill Cosby’s plan to educate teens about the dangers of sexual misconduct was slammed by attorney Gloria Allred on Thursday, saying the comedian’s tour was aimed at influencing the jury pool in his Andrea Constand trial. Cosby, whose sexual assault trial recently ended in a mistrial, is likely to face a second criminal trial.

“Mr. Cosby’s so called workshops appear to be a transparent and slick effort to attempt to influence the jury pool from which jurors will be selected for his second criminal trial. Mr. Cosby should understand, however, that this is not about optics. It is about evidence and according to news reports at least 10 jurors out of 12 voted to convict him on one felony count,” Allred, who represents several women who have accused the favorite TV dad of assaulting and drugging them decades ago, said in a statement to ABC News. “Under the circumstances Mr. Cosby should not be conducting sex assault workshops, but if he does do them then the best advice he can give to those attending is that if you do not drug and sexually assault women, then you need not worry about being charged with a crime.”

Twitter exploded with reactions Thursday after Andrew Wyatt, a spokesman for Cosby, revealed the news during an interview with an Alabama news station. The 79-year-old actor is preparing himself to host a series of such “town hall” meetings with youths where he would discuss how to avoid sexual assault. Wyatt told WBRC Fox 6 News that one of the meetings will be in Birmingham, “sometime in July.”

“We’re going to talk to young people because this is bigger than Bill Cosby,” Wyatt said. “This issue can affect any young person, especially young athletes of today, and they need to know what they’re facing when they’re hanging out and partying, when they’re doing certain things that they shouldn’t be doing.”

Wyatt said the decision was made after several organizations, including churches, contacted the comedian to “come out and speak to young men and women on how this could affect their lives.”
“This is bigger than Mr. Cosby now. … Mr. Cosby is going to go out and use his voice, to let it be heard, and to try to educate young men and women on how to avoid this because they do not have the wealth of resources that he has,” Wyatt said. “But I think that he can give them some direction.” Wyatt also said the tour would educate people on what constitutes an allegation of sexual assault — something that not many people are aware of.

“You could walk in a baseball game, a crowded baseball game, and you could bump up against a female, touch her butt or her breasts by accident and that’s sexual assault,” Wyatt said.

Judge Steven T. O’Neill declared a mistrial Saturday in Cosby’s criminal trial, for which jurors had been deadlocked after deliberating since June 12. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steel, who has held the position since 2016, announced he will be retrying the case now.

Doctor: Alex Jones Diagnosed With Narcissistic Personality Disorder

No matter what is revealed about Alex Jones, I’ll still have a soft spot in my heart for him.

Like millions of others he got me to thinking about things that the (((power elites))) would prefer that we not think about. In fact, it was Jones, David Icke, Henry Makow, Stormfront, and Jared Taylor that started me on my journey.

The lawyers are doing what lawyers do, demonizing the other party. Headshrinkers can be bought who’ll say anything the lawyers want them to say.

The Daily Beast

Infowars founder Alex Jones was diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder in a psychiatric evaluation, the divorce case manager confirmed during his custody trial in Austin on Wednesday. Austin psychologist Alissa Sherry said that a different doctor compiled the report, part of what she said was the most time-consuming divorce case she has ever worked. People diagnosed with NPD typically show traits including a lack of empathy, arrogance, and a propensity for grandiose fantasies. They are also frequently described as manipulative and demanding. Minutes earlier, an attorney for ex-wife Kelly Jones discussed at length an incident in which Alex Jones reportedly yelled at his daughter for wearing a boot for her broken toe, which Sherry said could “perhaps” be a symptom of NPD. Day 3 of the custody trial has so far focused on the testimony of Sherry, interspersed with brief moments of tension between Alex Jones and ex-wife Kelly Jones’ legal team, who have complained over the past two days that Jones is shaking his head and smirking at them repeatedly.

KELLY. COURT-ORDERED $43,000 A MONTH CHILD SUPPORT.

Alex Jones Exposed reveals that ex-wife Kelly, pictured above, is Jewish.

Heavy offers five fast facts about Kelly.

The Daily Stormer takes a dim view of the ex-wife, claiming she’s “trying to kike him.”

The New York Daily News is reporting that the residents of Newtown, site of the infamous Sandy Hook school massacre that Jones says did not take place, are demanding that President Trump denounce Alex.

There’s an informative analysis of some of the legal issues involved at the Los Angeles Times, which I recall allows you to read 5 or 10 free articles a month.

I looked at the brief article on narcissistic personality disorder at Psychology Today. For what it’s worth, I don’t believe Alex has that mental disorder.

I’ll say the same about him that I said about Bill O’Reilly.

Alex Jones is an ***h*le, but he’s my ***h*le. Being a ******* doesn’t mean you’re a mental case.

Alex Jones’ Divorce Lawyer: He’s A Phony “playing a character.”

If you do nothing else with this post, watch the minute and a half video that has taken on a great importance as Alex Jones’ ex-wife tries to gain custody of their three children.

It will be interesting to see if Kelly Jones calls out her ex-husband as a Zionist shill. The vibe I’m getting in this story is that she thinks he’s for real, believing everything he says.

mystatesman.com

At a recent pretrial hearing, attorney Randall Wilhite told state District Judge Orlinda Naranjo that using his client Alex Jones’ on-air Infowars persona to evaluate Alex Jones as a father would be like judging Jack Nicholson in a custody dispute based on his performance as the Joker in “Batman.”

“He’s playing a character,” Wilhite said of Jones. “He is a performance artist.”

But in emotional testimony at the hearing, Kelly Jones, who is seeking to gain sole or joint custody of her three children with Alex Jones, portrayed the volcanic public figure as the real Alex Jones.

“He’s not a stable person,” she said of the man with whom her 14-year-old son and 9- and 12-year-old daughters have lived since her 2015 divorce. “He says he wants to break Alec Baldwin’s neck. He wants J-Lo to get raped.

“I’m concerned that he is engaged in felonious behavior, threatening a member of Congress,” she said, referring to his recent comments about California Democrat Adam Schiff. “He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast.”

Beginning Monday, a jury will be selected at the Travis County Courthouse that in the next two weeks will be asked to sort out whether there is a difference between the public and private Alex Jones, and whether, when it comes to his fitness as a parent, it matters.

Keep reading until the end and you will learn that Alex has remarried and his new wife is ready to have a baby. Which is kind of disappointing because I thought he had a thing for the “female bodied” human, the lovely Lee Ann Macadoo.

LEE ANN MACADOO. SHE’S WHY GUYS WATCH.

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Disgusting Jewish Celebrity Lawyer Gloria Allred Facing State Bar Complaint

A complaint against publicity hound Gloria Allred? I’m loving it. Let the disbarment begin.

The clients of hers that I used to see on TV were women making sexual harassment complaints against rich and famous men. I believe she represented several women who complained that Donald Trump had sexually assaulted them.

The Wrap

Civil rights attorney Gloria Allred is facing a preliminary investigation by the California State Bar, one of her former clients said.

Kyle Hunter, a television weather reporter, said in a written statement that he has been “notified by The State Bar of California that they are investigating Ms. Allred.” Hunter hired Allred to represent him in a failed discrimination lawsuit against CBS in which he accused the network of passing him over for jobs and instead hiring reporters “cut from the same blond, attractive, buxom mold.”

Hunter said he is providing his “complete cooperation” to the State Bar and “will continue to do so.”

Hunter told the TheWrap that he felt betrayed by Allred when he found out that she had negotiated an untitled television series with CBS based on her life at the same time she was representing Hunter in his lawsuit against CBS Broadcasting, but never told him about the deal.

Allred declined to comment on Hunter’s statement about her CBS television deal when reached by TheWrap. But she said that her firm had “not been notified by the State Bar of any complaint or any investigation.”

“Someone has attempted to shake me down by threatening to report me to the State Bar unless I paid him a large sum of money,” Allred said in a written statement. “I have refused to pay this individual any amount of money. I will not be threatened or bullied by false accusations.”

Allred said she has “a spotless record with the State Bar in the more than 40 years that I have been an attorney” and that she has “no intention of allowing anyone to harm my reputation by making allegations against me which have no merit.”

Because State Bar investigations of attorneys are confidential, the State Bar will not say whether it is investigating Allred. But the legal news website Law Newz also reported it has reviewed a letter from the State Bar saying that its Enforcement Unit is conducting a preliminary investigation of Allred.

In an interview with TheWrap, Hunter declined to say whether he had filed a complaint against Allred with the State Bar that triggered the current investigation.

Chicago Latino Cop Accused of Framing 51 People for Murder

RETIRED CHICAGO COP REYNALDO GUEVARA.

Good cops try to solve crimes. Bad cops try to clear crimes, whether the accused is guilty or not. The conviction is what counts, not guilt or innocence.

In Chicago, the story of Reynaldo Guevara, accused of framing people for murder, has been percolating for years. Everyone involved in this long story of murders, arrests, and denials is either Latino or black.

As a white person, this is not the kind of world I want to live in nor do I want to see future generations of white people live in such a corrupt environment.

Excerpt from Buzzfeed

Here’s the easy story of Guevara: It’s the tale of one allegedly rogue cop accused by at least 51 people of framing them for murders from the 1980s through the early 2000s in the rough-and-tumble Humboldt Park section of Chicago. His alleged misdeeds led 48 men and one woman to be sentenced to a total of more than 2,300 years in prison. Three were acquitted. Five received life sentences. Three were sentenced to death but spared when in 2003 Gov. George Ryan, disturbed by a rash of wrongful convictions, commuted all death sentences to life or less. Two men died behind bars, including Daniel Peña, an illiterate man who testified Guevara beat him into signing a confession he couldn’t read.

These numbers could place Guevara’s alleged misconduct among the most egregious policing betrayals in modern history, alongside the Rampart scandal in Los Angeles in the 1990s, when more than 100 convictions were tossed based on police corruption; the crack-era sentences of the 1970s and ‘80s in Brooklyn, when dozens of defendants accused Detective Louis Scarcella of manufacturing evidence against them; and, closer to home, in Chicago, where during the ‘70s and ‘80s former Commander Jon Burge led a team of detectives to beat — and even electrocute — more than 100 men, most of them black, on the city’s South Side into confessions.

But the scope of Guevara’s alleged misdeeds tells only part of the story. Chicago’s police brass, its prosecutors, its judges, police oversight commissions, and even federal authorities had ample warnings about Guevara, numerous chances to make amends for the injustices he stands accused of committing and to stop him from perpetrating more. They didn’t.

When the Rampart scandal surfaced, the LAPD submitted to a federal consent decree and enacted a long series of reforms. In Brooklyn, the district attorney revamped the office’s Conviction Integrity Unit, boosting its budget and manpower to review the Scarcella cases.

Yet in Chicago, which has been called the “false conviction capital” of the United States, the police department stood behind Guevara, promoting him and sending him off to retirement. So did prosecutors, who built cases around the people he said were eyewitnesses despite unlikely scenarios in their accounts.

So did judges, who turned a deaf ear to people who swore in open court that Guevara had beaten them or coerced their confessions or testimony. So did high-ranking city, county, and federal officials, who for decades ignored mounting claims of misconduct, choosing instead to defend the honor of the law enforcement establishment.

In 2013, faced with a number of exonerations of Guevara defendants and the possibility of numerous civil lawsuits seeking large payouts, the city ordered an independent review of Guevara cases, and, in 2015, determined that four imprisoned men were more than likely innocent. Anita Alvarez, the state attorney for Cook County, whose office had the power to release the men from prison, initially declined to act on those findings. After Alvarez was ousted from office last March, her replacement, Kim Foxx, via a spokesperson, told BuzzFeed News it had launched its own review of Guevara’s cases. She declined to answer questions, instead issuing a statement that said because the review is ongoing, “it would be inappropriate for the office to provide any comments at this time.” Last month, she announced plans to revamp her office’s conviction integrity unit, a team of lawyers which is charged with reviewing questionable convictions.

The long article goes on to cover specific crimes investigated by Guevaro and protestations of innocence. You might want to stay out of Chicago if you can. The streets are mean and bloody and the cops and criminal justice system may be as corrupt as any in the third world. God help you if you’re falsely accused of a crime in the Windy City.

Fox News Pulls Judge Andrew Napolitano Following Controversial Trump Wiretapping Claims (Report)

Conservative Americans, including President Trump, know and trust Judge Andrew Napolitano. Fox News had better watch its step when dealing with an audience favorite such as the truth-telling legal expert.

Hollywood Reporter

The network’s senior judicial analyst has been absent on-air since last Thursday when he made unverified claims that British intelligence agents had colluded with Barack Obama to wiretap Trump’s phones.

Fox News analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano has reportedly been pulled from the air amidst controversy caused by his comments claiming that British intelligence wiretapped Donald Trump’s phones on behalf of former President Barack Obama, according to reports from the Los Angeles Times.

Judge Napolitano, the senior judicial analyst for Fox News and former New Jersey Superior Court judge, caused a stir last week when he claimed that the British foreign surveillance agency, the Government Communications Headquarters, “most likely” recorded Trump’s phone calls and provided written transcripts to Obama.

“Obama would not have needed a warrant to authorize surveillance on Trump,” Napolitano wrote in a column for Fox News last week. “Sources have told me that the British foreign surveillance service, the Government Communications Headquarters, known as GCHQ, most likely provided Obama with transcripts of Trump’s calls.”

The GCHQ called Napolitano’s claims “utterly ridiculous” and insisted they “should be ignored.”

On Monday, Napolitano was absent during the network’s coverage of the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. The judge hasn’t been seen on the network since his column ran last Thursday.

Trump had recently referred to Napolitano as a “very talented lawyer” during a news conference on Friday with German chancellor Angela Merkel where the president was asked about the wiretapping claims. “You shouldn’t be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox News,” Trump said.

However, on that same day Fox News anchor Shepard Smith denied Napolitano’s claim, distancing the network from the unverified reports of British collusion and espionage. “Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now-president of the United States was surveilled at any time, in any way,” Smith told viewers on his show on Friday.

A request for comment from Fox News was not immediately returned.

Excerpt from Judge Napolitano

Sources have told Fox News that the British foreign surveillance service, the Government Communications Headquarters, known as GCHQ, most likely provided Obama with transcripts of Trump’s calls. The NSA has given GCHQ full 24/7 access to its computers, so GCHQ — a foreign intelligence agency that, like the NSA, operates outside our constitutional norms — has the digital versions of all electronic communications made in America in 2016, including Trump’s. So by bypassing all American intelligence services, Obama would have had access to what he wanted with no Obama administration fingerprints.

Thus, when senior American intelligence officials denied that their agencies knew about this, they were probably being truthful. Adding to this ominous scenario is the fact that three days after Trump’s inauguration, the head of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, abruptly resigned, stating that he wished to spend more time with his family.

I hope the investigations of Trump’s allegation discover and reveal the truth — whatever it is. But the lesson here is terribly serious. We face the gravest threat to personal liberty since the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 proscribed criticism of the government. We have an unelected, unnamed, unaccountable elite group in the intelligence community manipulating the president at will and possessing intimate, detailed knowledge about all of us that it can reveal. We have statutes that have given the president unconstitutional powers that have apparently been used. And we have judges on secret courts facilitating all this as if the Constitution didn’t exist.

For how much longer will we have freedom?

Fox News, like the rest, is controlled opposition. It looks like Judge Napolitano stepped off the plantation and is being punished for it. You have to wonder if he’ll return and when he does, whether he’s been “counseled” to stick with the narrative.

African Millionaire Lawyer and Soros Fellowship Holder Flees U.S., Wife Facing Criminal Charges Over Welfare Scam

That greatest of analyses of the Negro, the book Negroes in Negroeland, describes the Negro as a liar and born thief.

It must be true. Otherwise, why would a wealthy African lawyer’s wife engage in theft for the sake of theft?

America is a land of immigrants, say the liberals. They would rather you forget that the darker species of immigrant is often a drag on the economy and the culture of a country.

Daily Caller

A lawyer and recipient of a prestigious Paul & Daisy Soros fellowship for immigrants has reportedly fled the U.S., possibly to Africa, as his wife faces criminal welfare fraud charges in Arlington, Va.

Fidelis Agbapuruonwu, a Nigerian immigrant, “fled the country and is somewhere in Africa,” according to officials at the Arlington General Court, NBC News 4 reports.

Agbapuruonwu’s wife Helen was arraigned March 8 and charged with felony welfare fraud after she allegedly “fraudulently obtained public assistance in excess of $100,000 under false pretenses” for about six years between 2010 and 2016, according to a police report. The defense attorney for Mrs. Agbapuruonwu declined to comment when contacted by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

According to Fidelis Agbapuruonwu’s LinkedIn page, he worked most recently as an associate at the Washington, D.C., offices of Mayer Brown LLP, a top-tier, international law firm, NBC 4 reports. While there, he earned $1.5 million a year — a high salary for an associate-level attorney.

Agbapuruonwu worked for the firm for about five years and left in 2011, explained an attorney at Mayer Brown, who spoke with The Daily Caller News Foundation on a condition of anonymity. Associates at the firm do not make $1.5 million in salary, the attorney added.

Agbapuruonwu immigrated to the U.S. from Nigeria in the 1990s, and later received a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans in 2001 and 2002, which he used to pay for law school at Ohio State University.

The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans offers up to $90,000 for two years of graduate education. Paul Soros, older brother to Democratic mega-donor George Soros, created the fellowship program in 1998 to honor “the contributions of immigrants and children of immigrants to the United States,” and help fund graduate study for immigrants “who are poised to make significant contributions to US society, culture or their academic field.”

The Paul & Daisy Soros Foundation did not return TheDCNF’s request for comment.

As a lawyer at Mayer Brown, Agbapuruonwu worked on a number financial and civil cases, according to a search of federal court records.

In one of his cases, Agbapuruonwu assisted a pro bono team in 2011, which helped a woman from El Salvador win asylum in the U.S. from the “continuous and severe physical, emotional, and psychological abuse inflicted by her ex-boyfriend.”

Helen Agbapuruonwu’s preliminary hearing is scheduled for early April. Police allege that Helen forged documents to illegally obtain public benefits like food stamps, also known as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, and Medicaid for herself and four children.

“We hope it sends a message that if you are taking public assistance it’s truly intended for those in need, and we’re committed to ensuring those who need the most help receive it,” Ashley Savage, spokeswoman for the Arlington County Police, told NBC News.

The director of a pre-school where Agbapuruonwu’s attended said the allegations do not make sense. “I have to believe it’s not true,” the director told NBC4 News.

Hmmmm. In prison, she’ll have plenty of eats. As to Africans with college degrees, let Tyrone speak