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I’m on my way home from Denver, where I testified as an expert witness at a deeply troubling trial—a trial that has become way too common in America. Jones”, goes into a Yahoo adult chatroom, and makes it clear he wants to have conversations about sexually dominating a young person.
A person responds—let’s call her “Missy”—who says she’s a teen who would gladly chat with a wiser, older man about the ins and outs of sexual things. Jones” proceed to exchange hundreds and hundreds of emails, texts, and phone calls, which range from incredibly boring to graphically sexual.
The authorities must have been convinced the guy had gone as far as he’d go, or else they would’ve kept trolling him till he cracked.
Because he wouldn’t cross that line, and because they’d wasted so much taxpayer time/$ on their failed sting (instead of going after the actual Kavanaughs in their community), they had to cut their losses and try to nail him anyway to avoid admitting they’d neglected real victims in their crusade to create a fake victim.
That's what makes America special—the government has to prove you're guilty, rather than you having to prove you're innocent.
So a juror’s fear wasn’t supposed to play any role in their decision. And if you have any sexual fantasies at all—which of course you do—you're a little less safe.
His entire comment tells us about his own confusion especially when it comes to women.
More politically-minded people enjoying playing an erotic fantasy game involving Madeleine Albright and Henry Kissinger. The prosecution tried to get me to say that most people who fantasize are sick, which I wouldn’t.
In any case, the burden was not on him to prove he wasn’t.
Since the State had taken the trouble to arrest him, accuse him, humiliate him, and destroy his life, the burden was on the State to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that his behavior was calculated and dangerous.
And after a thousand emails and phone calls, he never said anything like, “Let’s meet. Jones’ lawyer that I was clearly an expert, warm and persuasive, and that they had learned a great deal from me about psychology and sexuality. We can't know—although practically nothing in his behavior indicated that he was.
They said they were troubled by the flaws I had pointed out in the prosecution’s case, and they laughed at the D. Several said if they were ever in trouble, they hoped they’d be represented in court as well as Mr. He didn't do any of the things that an adult would do if that were their intention.The only ones who want to normalize pedophilia, as far as I know, are the NAMBLA idiots (may they rot).