Starting to look like the USA leads all Child prostitution and molestation major rings

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Czer, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. Czer

    Czer I'm a poor person. The lambo is my cousin's.

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    I'm not sure if we beat India, but man are we trying.

    It's so massive this thread is dedicated to that.
  2. Czer

    Czer I'm a poor person. The lambo is my cousin's.

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    how did I make two threads, this is the one
  3. Utumno

    Utumno Administrator Staff Member

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    yay us?
  4. Ssalam

    Ssalam TZT Abuser

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    Sure would have been nice to question Epstein.
  5. Sear

    Sear TZT Neckbeard Lord

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    we're finally the best at something again! :oldsmile:

    I mean, besides obesity and gun violence. This is like a real thing that takes work. We're #1! USA!!! :oldsmile:
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    xanontz Juggalo Gang Member

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    CBS News employee fired over access to leaked tape of ABC's Amy Robach
    The person had recently left a job at ABC
    Nov 07, 2019

    NEW YORK (AP) — A CBS News employee has lost her job following reports that she may have been involved in the leak of video that showed ABC's Amy Robach complaining that her bosses didn't run a story about a Jeffrey Epstein accuser.

    A network executive, speaking Thursday on condition of anonymity because it was a personnel issue, said the woman is no longer employed at CBS News. The network declined comment.

    The person had recently left a job at ABC.

    A person at ABC familiar with the matter who also spoke on condition of anonymity for the same reason said ABC News informed CBS that the woman had access to the tape. It's not clear if the woman leaked the tape to the conservative website Project Veritas or to someone else who may have done so. Project Veritas has not identified its source.

    Robach's comments raised questions about ABC's commitment to airing a tough story about sexual misconduct.
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    ABC says interview with Jeffrey Epstein accuser wasn't ready to air
    Nov 05, 2019

    NEW YORK (AP) — ABC News is defending itself against charges that it was afraid to air an interview with a Jeffrey Epstein accuser after video emerged Tuesday showing its reporter, Amy Robach, venting about her story.

    Questions about whether the news organization was reluctant to air a sensitive story about alleged sexual impropriety were raised after a conservative web site, Project Veritas, released "hot mic" video of Robach complaining her bosses quashed the story. Robach was in a Times Square studio but wasn't on air at the time.

    The accuser, Virginia Roberts, claims Epstein forced her as a teenager into sex with prominent men, including Prince Andrew. Andrew and Epstein, before he died in August, denied the charges. Roberts has gone public with her claims.

    ABC says that Robach's 2015 interview with Roberts didn't have enough corroborating evidence.

    Project Veritas says it received the video from an "ABC insider" it didn't identify.
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    Referee says he told Rep. Jim Jordan that Ohio State doctor performed sex act in shower
    The referee said the response of Jordan and another former coach was, "Yeah, yeah, we know."
    Nov. 7, 2019

    Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, speaks at a news conference in Washington on Oct. 31, 2019.

    A professional referee says in a lawsuit filed Thursday that disgraced doctor Richard Strauss masturbated in front of him in a shower after a wrestling match at Ohio State University, and he reported the encounter directly to Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who was then the assistant coach.

    “Yeah, that’s Strauss,” Jordan and then-head coach Russ Hellickson replied, according to the lawsuit, when the referee, identified in court papers as John Doe 42, told them about the incident. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Ohio, implies that Jordan's response to the incident, which the referee said happened in 1994, was essentially a shrug.

    John Doe 42 is the second person to say he told Jordan directly about either being approached or molested by Strauss, who was found by independent investigators to have sexually abused 177 male students over two decades.

    Jordan, a powerful Republican congressman and a top defender of President Donald Trump in the ongoing impeachment inquiry, has repeatedly denied knowing anything about what Strauss did to the wrestlers he helped coach from 1986 to 1994. He has said the allegations against him were politically motivated.

    John Doe 42 said that when he informed Jordan and Hellickson about what happened, their response was, “Yeah, yeah, we know.”

    “It was common knowledge what Strauss was doing so the attitude was it is what it is,” he told NBC News. “I wish Jim, and Russ, too, would stand up and do the right thing and admit they knew what Strauss was doing, because everybody knew what he was doing to the wrestlers. What was a shock to me is that Strauss tried to do that to me. He was breaking new ground by going after a ref.”

    Former Ohio State wrestler Dunyasha Yetts was the first person to say he spoke to Jordan directly about Strauss. He previously described how he went to see Strauss for a thumb injury, and when the doctor tried to pull down his pants, he stormed out and complained to Jordan and Hellickson.

    “It’s good that people are starting to come forward and say the truth, which is that Jordan and the other coaches knew what was going on and they blew it off,” Yetts told NBC News.

    Other former Ohio State wrestlers have said Jordan had to know about Strauss because he shared a locker room with them and took part in discussions about the doctor, who died in 2005.

    Jordan’s spokesman, Ian Fury, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    The lawsuit was filed by 43 survivors against Ohio State, claiming the university's “ingrained culture of institutional indifference” enabled Strauss to sexually abuse former students and athletes from a half-dozen other sports.

    It cites instances of Strauss “drugging and raping athletes” and said Strauss preyed on underage boys who participated in athletic events on the campus.

    One of the underage victims, identified as John Doe 49, said in the court papers he was 14 or 15 years old and participating in an OSU wrestling camp lead by Hellickson when he went to see Strauss for an ingrown toenail. He claims Strauss had him drop his pants, threatened him with a scalpel and was sexually abused after he fainted in fear.

    John Doe 49 said Hellickson questioned him after he found out what Strauss allegedly did to him from other camp participants.

    “OK, I’ll take care of it,” Hellickson said, according to the court papers. “Get back to your mat.”

    Hellickson did not return a call for comment.

    Ohio State spokesman Ben Johnson said Thursday that the university "has led the effort to investigate and expose the misdeeds of Richard Strauss and the systemic failures to respond, and the university is committed to a fair resolution.

    "The university is actively participating in good faith in the mediation process directed by the federal court," Johnson continued. "In addition, since February, Ohio State has been covering the cost of professionally certified counseling services and treatment for anyone affected, as well as reimbursing costs for counseling already received."

    An investigation commissioned by the university and conducted by the Perkins Coie law firm found that what Strauss was doing was an “open secret” and that the coaches and administrators at Ohio State knew for two decades that the doctor was abusing students but failed to stop him, according to a report released in May.
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    US holds over 100,000 migrant children in detention
    Authorities in the US have over 100,000 children in migrant-related detention, according to a new UN study. UN researcher Manfred Nowak slammed the separation of children from their families by the Trump administration.

    At least 330,000 children are held in detention because of migration issues worldwide, and the United States alone is responsible for nearly one-third of the number, UN-linked human rights lawyer Manfred Nowak said on Monday.

    Nowak is the lead author of a new UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty. According to his team's findings, the US currently has some 103,000 children in detention, which includes unaccompanied minors, those detained together with their families, and those who have been separated from their relatives.

    The US government did not respond to the questionnaire sent out by Nowak's team. However, he said that the number was based on latest available official data and "very reliable" additional sources. Talking to the AFP news agency, he also said the figure of 103,000 was a "conservative" assessment.

    "Migration-related detention for children can never be considered ... in the best interest of the child," Nowak told reporters in Geneva. "There are always alternatives available."

    UN expert slams Trump administration

    According to the findings, the US authorities hold "far more" children than any other country where reliable numbers are available, Nowak said. The US detains about 60 out of every 100,000 children both over migration and other issues, such as pre-trial detention, compared to between 14 and 15 in Canada and five in Western Europe.

    The US also remains the only nation in the world not to ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child, a UN treaty adopted in 1989.

    "Of course separating children, as was done by the Trump administration, from their parents and even small children at the Mexican-US border is absolutely prohibited by the Convention on the Rights of the Child," Nowak said. "I would call it inhuman treatment for both the parents and the children."

    French minors still detained in Iraq and Syria

    Washington did not immediately comment on the study's findings.

    The UN researchers also found that at least 29,000 children, mainly linked with the "Islamic State" group, are currently detained in Syria and Iraq, including a particularly large number of French citizens.

    The UN is set to release country-specific numbers on Tuesday.