At the end of June, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, (D-NY) suspiciously halted an investigation into New York Attorney General Cy Vance Jr’s potential mishandling of 2015 sexual misconduct claims against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein only days after Weinstein’s lawyers donated $25,000 to Cuomo.
“On June 26, Cuomo’s office sent Attorney General Barbara Underwood a letter calling for a six-month pause in the investigation so that it would not hamper Vance’s prosecution of Weinstein on sexual assault charges stemming from allegations that came to light in 2017 in the New York Times and the New Yorker,” according to BuzzFeed.
The complainants allege that Weinstein’s abuse occurred in 2015, and that the Attorney General’s office mishandled their complaints, allowing Weinstein to skate.
The pretext for halting the investigation is so that it does not interfere with Weinstein’s upcoming trial for rape stemming from allegations made during the #MeToo movement according to Amy Spitalnick, a spokesperson for the attorney general’s office.
The #MeToo allegations were made well after the original complaints against Weinstein from 2015.
“Upon receiving a referral from the Governor, this spring the Attorney General’s Office commenced an inquiry into the handling of recent sexual assault investigations conducted by the Manhattan DA and the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit,” Spitalnick told BuzzFeed. “This summer, pursuant to the Governor’s office, we temporarily suspended our inquiry to avoid any interference with the District Attorney’s ongoing prosecution of Harvey Weinstein. We remain committed to conducting a comprehensive, fair, and independent review.”
But Attorney General Vance is close with Weinstein’s lawyers too.
“Attorney David Boies, the partner in the firm who oversaw Weinstein’s defense, has been near the center of the investigation into Vance’s handling of the Weinstein case from the start,” said BuzzFeed. “Months after Vance dropped the 2015 case against his then-client, Boies donated $10,000 to the Manhattan DA’s campaign fund, a contribution that fueled the calls for an investigation into Vance.”
The district attorney’s office has assured the public that the investigation into Vance’s handling of the 2015 complaints will be re-opened at the proper time.
Two Stars of Netflix Show ‘Cheer’ are Charged with Pedophilia-Related Offenses
Netflix strikes again.
Two stars of the pro-LGBT Netflix show Cheer are being charged with pedophilia-related offenses, after one of the stars of the show was hit with child pornography charges.
Navarro College cheer team member Mitchell Ryan, 23, was arrested outside of Dallas and charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child last week. He is currently out on bond awaiting trial. Coach and choreographer Robert Joseph Scianna Jr., 25, was arrested for “use of an electronic communication device to solicit sex,” and was hit with additional charges for indecency with a child.
“The investigation indicates that Scianna met a juvenile male through a social media platform and arranged to meet the juvenile for sex,” the Chesterfield County, Va. police department said about Scianna’s arrest.
Both Ryan and Scianna have been featured on the Netflix reality television show Cheer, which profiled cheerleaders at Navarro College. The show was meant to be an inspirational pro-LGBT story of courage and triumph, but as is often the case, a bunch of those supposed heroes were hit with sex crime charges.
Big League Politics reported on how another Cheer star was charged with manufacturing child pornography as a troubling pattern of perversion continues to unfold within the LGBT community:
A Netflix star who has appeared in digital campaign events as a Joe Biden surrogate has been charged with producing child pornography, just days after federal law enforcement raided his Illinois residence on suspicion that Jerry Harris was engaging in sexually explicit messaging with minors.
Harris is known for appearing on Netflix’s Cheer documentary, which details the competitive cheerleading world. Harris had appeared with Joe Biden in a digital campaign interview with the auspices of turning out the youth vote in June.
Harris’ arrest comes just days after Netflix itself became embroiled in controversy over the publication of the film Cuties, which depicts prepubescent girls in a highly sexualized manner. Many opponents of child exploitation have cancelled their subscriptions to Netflix on account of the film.
A federal criminal complaint filed in the US District Court of Chicago alleges that the 21-year old Harris “enticed an underage boy to produce sexually explicit videos and photos of himself.” The boy is described as being only 13 years old.
Harris is also being accused of child sexual abuse in civil lawsuits filed by two alleged victims earlier this week. The plaintiffs allege that Harris requested sexual photographs from them when they were respectively 13 and 14 years old.
It seems that the entertainment industry, which has always been a haven for predators, is trying to mainstream pederasty. This is the type of societal decadence typically experienced during the collapse of a civilization.
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