Monday, September 28, 2009

Time to Pay the Price, Asshole
Okay -- I am sure that the liberal Hollywood crowd will be rallying around Roman Polanski, asking that he be forgiven for his little "misstep" over 30 years ago. I mean -- geez, it was only sex and it WAS 30 years ago, right?

Well -- I have a daughter who is about to turn 13, so it certainly gives me a little additional insight into what a sicko this piece of shit is. But -- not wanting to just form an opinion without at least a little of the real background, I read the grand jury testimony of the girl that Polanski raped.

Simple story: After taking photographs of her for a French edition of Vogue, he gave her champagne, part of a quaalude, took off her clothes, performed oral sex on her, had traditional sex with her, and then had anal sex with her. And yes -- she protested during this rape. Great guy.

I am sure that more details will be forthcoming regarding supposed judicial and prosecutorial misconduct. However, the fact remains that this slimeball raped a 13 year old girl and was hoping to arrange a deal so that he could walk with a slap on the wrist. When it looked like his deal was going to fall apart, he fled the U.S. to avoid sentencing, staying in France to avoid extradition.

Of course, I am a reasonable guy. I think it would be most fitting for the U.S. to grab him, send him to jail, and let him spend a little quality time behind bars with big, sex-starved guys with names like Bubba, Bull, and Moose. Heck, maybe he can even make a movie about his experiences -- once he gets that funny taste out of his mouth and he can sit down again.

3 Comments:

Blogger jamyhawk said...

i agree. no statute of limitations for crimes like this.

12:45 PM  
Blogger Riggstad said...

"funny taste out of his mouth"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Well stated, and still doesn't imply enough punishment.

I can't believe the uproar this is creating. This should be a side story that reads nothing more than some douchebag who avoided incarceration is finally brought to JUSTICE.

This is why I feel no human feelings for actors. I enjoy their work, but only as much as I enjoy a car, or a fishing rod, or a set of golf clubs. They are purely instruments of entertainment

I totally separate their work from the person that they may be. If anyone thinks this guy should get a pass, they need to rethink their presence here on earth. Fucking idiots!

7:43 AM  
Blogger Jeremy said...

I agree with riggs. Can't believe all the people saying he should be free.

8:42 PM  

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