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OfflineLearyfan
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Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted
    #1735366 - 07/21/03 05:04 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

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U.S. media still REFUSES to mention Bush sexual assault lawsuit that Texas
woman
by Jackson Thoreau 11:34am Fri Jul 18 '03
jacksonthor@justice.com

Remember how the U.S. media ran with any allegation from
any woman who claimed she had an affair with Clinton? A
Texas woman has filed a lawsuit alleging that Bush sexually
assaulted her, and only one mainstream media outlet has
mentioned it in the seven months since it was filed, to my
knowledge. In fact, I reached plaintiff Margie Schoedinger,
who said I was one of the first media members to contact
her. She is still hard at pursuing the case.

Update on Bush sexual assault lawsuit in Texas includes my exclusive
interview with plaintiff

By Jackson Thoreau

Copyright 2003

A Texas woman continues to pursue a lawsuit she filed last December against
George W. Bush alleging that the White House inhabitant sexually assaulted her.

Contacted by phone at her home in mid-July by this writer, plaintiff Margie Denise
Schoedinger said I was one of the first media members to attempt to contact her
about the case. In case you?re counting, that?s more than seven months after she
filed the legal brief in a Fort Bend County court.

?I am still trying to prosecute [the lawsuit],? said Schoedinger, a 38-year-old
African-American woman who lives in the Houston suburb of Missouri City. ?I haven?t
had a court date set, yet?.I want to get this matter settled and go on with my life.?

I must say at this point that I?ve been a journalist for mostly mainstream publications
for more than 20 years. In my time, I?ve dealt with my fair share of crackpots,
probably more than my fair share. I?ve been around the block a few times ? and
have survived so far.

But Schoedinger didn?t sound like the average crackpot. She sounded intelligent,
articulate, soft-spoken, and yeah, even honest over the phone, for whatever that?s
worth. I know many people who sound honest ? like a certain White House occupant
at times ? are really not. But my point is that Schoedinger didn?t sound like she was
on drugs, although being drugged by federal agents is part of her lawsuit.

Anyways, I could only unearth one U.S. mainstream newspaper that has mentioned
the lawsuit - a December 2002 story by the Texas-based Fort Bend Star. And that
paper even later ran a nasty letter by a reader recommending it fire the reporter for
simply doing her job and covering the story.

Not even scandal sheets like the National Enquirer will report on this lawsuit, to my
knowledge, although they cover the latest allegations about Clinton and other
Democrats. Hell, I once read a story in one of those scandal sheets that said Clinton
was dating a woman with three breasts. And they can?t find the space to mention a
sexual assault lawsuit against our latest White House occupant?

If Schoedinger had filed a lawsuit against Clinton, do you think the story would be at
least mentioned in every U.S. media outlet from Maine to Hawaii to Alaska to
Florida? I?d bet my mortgage on it. Can you say mainstream media double
standard, once again?

Look at the way the national and local U.S. media has run with the sexual assault
allegation against NBA star Kobe Bryant. The 19-year-old woman who alleges that
Bryant assaulted her in June did not even go to the trouble and expense of filing a
lawsuit. She just reported it to police, who actually arrested Bryant without filing any
charges.

The story ran on the national news for numerous days. Bryant, who denied the
charge in published reports, is not known as being politically active, and a Federal
Elections Commission search did not reveal any contributions to political
candidates. But his coach, Phil Jackson, has given money to several Democratic
candidates, including Bill Bradley, who he played with in the NBA.

Could that link to Democrats, as well as Bryant?s African-American background, be
why the mainstream media pounds this Bryant assault allegation into the ground
before the facts are clear, and ignores allegations filed in a public court case
against the Caucasian Republican Bush? More on that question later.

When I asked about the lack of media coverage, Schoedinger said she wasn?t
seeking publicity. She did not even know about the Fort Bend Star story, although
that article said the paper tried to contact her [funny, I had no problem reaching and
speaking to Schoedinger on my first attempt]. She said she was surprised the case
wasn?t covered more because ?it is true??People have to be accountable for what
they do, and that?s why I?m pursuing it.?

To be sure, Schoedinger?s accusations ? which include being drugged and
assaulted numerous times by Bush and men purporting to be FBI agents - are
bizarre enough and hard for the average, television-media-brainwashed drone to
believe. But to those of us who search beyond our conventional media and go
places relatively few dare, her story could be true. Who the hell besides
Schoedinger and Bush and a few others really knows?

Strange things have occurred in human history, probably stranger than we can
imagine. The U.S. government ? like most governments ? contains its share of evil
bastards who would think nothing of doing more than assaults to people. These are
people without consciences, without caring about any cosmic, karmic principle that
you reap what you sow.

I?ve learned about too many strange deaths and mind-control experiments and sex
orgies that the CIA and other parties play around with to know that they occur. Each
one I hear about makes me madder and more determined to do something to stop
the madness. My contribution is to keep trying to expose these bastards? evil deeds
to the light of day, to side with the truth-and-justice seekers, even if we are sorely
overmatched, even if we are laughed at and discredited in an attempt to divert
attention from what?s really going on. Evil bastards hate the light ? they like to
operate in the dark, behind the scenes.

One of my favorite movies is one that many critics raked over the coals as too
shallow and corny and unbelievable to the point of making them vomit. But I don?t
give a damn what such critics think. Amazing Grace and Chuck [1987] starred
former NBA player Alex English as a pro hoopster who quit and joined a protest by
a Little League baseball player to rid the world of all nuclear weapons.

Many people believe that will never happen, especially now with Bush-Cheney in
control, coming up with ?smaller? nuclear weapons, space weapons and lies to
develop and use them like the kind they told to justify killing some 10,000 innocent
Iraqi civilians ? not to mention the war combatants on both sides - earlier this year.
But that?s not the point. The point of movies like Amazing Grace and Chuck is to
show us what a different way of life would be like and give us some ideas on how to
begin the process of getting there. The point is to give us some hope.

Yes, with Ted Turner as an executive consultant, the movie was preachy. You may
be laughing now, thinking, you tough-sounding, cussing, hard-ass reporter/writer
enjoyed a sappy movie like that? I guess there still is that other Gemini side to me, a
more optimistic side that likes to dream big, even if that dream seems unreachable.
Like many people, I?m not a simple, one-dimensional human being.

The movie had some good ideas on how to reach the masses to really make a dent
? namely through our modern-day gladiators who find their social consciences and
really listen to what kids think. In real life, English is a cool guy who actually supports
the views of his character on the issue of nuclear disarmament. When someone told
his character ridding the world of such weapons was unrealistic, he didn?t try to
overwhelm them with numbers and frightening scenarios. He simply said, ?Maybe
so, but wouldn?t it be nice??

English?s character knew how to operate in the light, to disarm critics, to reach
people. He also knew how to be tough, to stand up to the evil nuclear weapons
barons. After personally threatening one, English?s plane was blown apart. But his
spirit lived on and kept inspiring others to keep working towards the seemingly
unreachable goal - just as the spirits of JFK and RFK and MLK and Wellstone and
the others our real-life evil bastards assassinate live on in those of us who choose
to keep remembering them and keep working for the principles for which they stood
and fought.

As a freshman reporter for my junior college newspaper in 1978, I met a witness of
the John F. Kennedy assassination who saw the president?s head explode a few
feet in front of him. He was convinced Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone. That
meeting propelled me to an investigation that has yet to stop.

As a senior for my college paper in 1981, I took a phone call from a representative
of a D.C. CIA watchdog organization. He said Steve Gorman, one of my college?s
political science professors, worked for the CIA and used some of his students for
such research. I didn?t hang up on him. By then, I had read too many books,
interviewed too many people, thought too much on the topic of government
skullduggery and conspiracy to not follow through here.

I confronted Gorman, who denied doing any work for the CIA or using his students,
as expected. But I sensed an underlying uneasiness ? he was too casual, almost
joking in his denial. Further research showed Gorman was a member of the Latin
American Studies Association, which has ties to the CIA. He also had lived in and
researched four Latin American countries ? Peru, Ecuador, British Honduras and
Mexico - in which the CIA did its dirty work.

Still, I didn?t think I had enough for a story then. I pretty much forgot about it until a
couple of years later when I read a short story on Gorman?s weird death.

He had been run over by a train in the middle of nowhere early one morning.

A bomb exploded in my mind, and they have yet to stop exploding.

So what does the above have to do with Schoedinger?s lawsuit against Bush?
There is a method to my madness here. If you read through Schoedinger?s briefs on
the surface without knowing much about how ?intelligence? and other government
agencies really work, you might laugh at her allegations that Bush was behind a
campaign to harass her into committing suicide to cover up the sexual assaults he
allegedly committed. But if you knew the level of harassment that Bush and his
minions committed against, say, J.H. Hatfield, author of an explosive bio on Bush
who supposedly committed suicide in 2001 shortly after the book?s publication, you
might not laugh so loudly.

If I was to coldly do a just-the-facts news story on this lawsuit and not give you some
personal anecdotes like the strange Gorman death that leads me to believe there
might be more to this than meets the eye, you might not give this story much thought.
You might just think, man, there are a lot of wackos out there. So I?m breaking some
of the rules I learned back in j-school and inserting my personal experiences and
observations here. I?ve never enjoyed writing those impersonal articles, anyways.
This is more my style.

In her court petition, Schoedinger said police in Sugar Land, another Houston
suburb where she said some assailants linked to Bush attempted to unsuccessfully
abduct her from her car shortly before the 2000 election, refused to take a report or
do anything about that incident. She filed a lawsuit against the Sugar Land
department and said that in preparing its defense, Sugar Land police found out that
she dated Bush as a minor. I didn?t get a chance to ask Schoedinger about that tie
and didn?t meet her in person, but her driver?s license lists her as being 5-foot-8 and
weighing 125 pounds, for what that?s worth.

The Fort Bend Star story quoted a Sugar Land police captain saying his
department had no record of any complaints by Schoedinger. All he had to do was
what I did ? go to the Fort Bend County Internet site and do a simple search on
Schoedinger?s name in the area of civil court records. I found the lawsuit
Schoedinger filed in December 2000 against Sugar Land police, and it even had
numerous responses by the department?s attorneys in that case.

So someone in that department knew about Schoedinger.

Somebody is lying.

And something strange is going on here.

When I started asking Schoedinger about certain details on the case, such as
alleged surveillance at her home and if she was still legally representing herself, she
politely ended our conversation. ?I need to see what has been written,? Schoedinger
said. ?I feel like it?s best for me to end our conversation.?

Obviously, she had learned to be careful about what she said and to whom she said
it. I could understand her being leery about talking about her situation with a stranger
over the phone.

But some media members besides me and the Fort Bend Star need to attempt to
talk to Schoedinger and investigate this situation. Hello, Houston Chronicle? Hello,
60 Minutes? Hello, 20/20? Hello, Washington Post? Hell, hello, Geraldo Rivera and
Jerry Springer?

Do your jobs. Please.

Remember how much you played up Monica Lewinsky?s blow jobs and Paula
Jones? sexual harassment lawsuit against Clinton in the 1990s, while ignoring or
downplaying extramarital activities by the hypocritical Republicans who served on
Clinton?s impeachment committee like Henry Hyde and Bob Barr? Remember how
much you covered Gennifer Flowers? affair allegations ? which did not even include
a lawsuit ? against Clinton, while ignoring or downplaying affair allegations against
more prominent Republicans like Newt Gingrich and Bush Jr.? [The GWB one was
by a 39-year-old Texas woman, Tammy Phillips, a former stripper who was quoted
in the National Enquirer in 2000 saying she had an affair with Bush that had ended
in 1999. I have yet to track her down. There are just too many Republican
mistresses and not enough hours in the day.]

Remember how much you covered Democrat Gary Condit and Chandra Levy, while
ignoring or downplaying the allegations of extramarital affairs committed by
Republicans Jeb Bush and Joe Scarborough, who even resigned from Congress
and was rewarded with his own MSNBC show? Remember how you reporters
staked out Democrat Gary Hart to catch him with a woman who was not his wife and
end his presidential ambitions, and downplayed or ignored allegations of affairs
committed by Republicans Reagan, Bush Sr. and others?

Quick now, has anyone heard of Randy Ankeney? He was a rising star in Colorado
Republican circles until he was arrested in 2001 and accused of trying to have sex
with a 13-year-old girl he met through the Internet. Police said he even warned the
girl he?d ruin her life if she told anyone. Does that sound familiar? That?s how many
of these Republicans keep their affairs quiet ? they threaten a bunch of people.
Another 17-year-old girl said Ankeney sexually assaulted her while working on a
political campaign. Last year, he pleaded guilty to attempted sexual assault of a
child.

What about Republican hypocrite John Fund, who was moved to the Wall Street
Journal?s Internet magazine after reports came out that he impregnated the
daughter of an old girlfriend and then the supposed anti-abortion-supporter looked
the other way when she aborted his child? Does Republican Marty Glickman, one of
those rabid dog conservative talk radio commentators in Florida who was arrested
in 2001 and charged with giving drugs and money to underage girls in exchange for
sex, ring a bell?

How about Parker J. Bena, a Virginia Republican activist who proudly cast one of
his state?s electoral vote for Bush in 2000, being indicted for possessing child
pornography in 2001? Anyone hear of Kevin T. Coan, a Republican director of the
St. Louis Election Board who was charged with trying to solicit sex from a
14-year-old girl in cyberspace? Or Virginia Republican activist Richard Delgaudio
who was sentenced to two years probation in 2003 after pleading guilty to a child
pornography charge?

Then there is Philip Giordano, the former Republican mayor of Waterbury, Conn.,
who was recently sentenced to 37 years in prison for soliciting sex with underaged
girls and violating their civil rights. It?s more likely you?ve heard of him since this
case has received ample media coverage unlike most of the other sex stories
involving Republicans. Another case that got some attention was Beverly Russell, a
leader in the Republican-based Christian Coalition and Pat Robertson?s former
presidential campaign who allegedly molested children-drowner Susan Smith.

Supposedly, it is relatively common among Religious Right nuts to read sexual
material under the guise of knowing what?s in it so they can keep it from their
children. Yeah, right, the fucking hypocrites. Many Religious Rightists also believe a
man can have sex with his wife anytime he pleases, whether she wants to or not.
Some would call that rape, but I?m sure these nuts have another word for it.

What about Bill Thomas, Bob Livingston, Dick Armey, Dan Burton, Charles Canady,
J.C. Watts, Helen Chenoweth, Sue Myrick, Ken Calvert, John Peterson, Dan Crane,
Donald Lukens, Jim Gilmore, Scott McInnis and Arlan Stangeland ? all Republican
politicians accused of various sexual misdeeds? Most of these hypocrites attacked
Clinton for his affairs and expressed outrage when people put a microscope on
their private sexual lives.

For details on their cases, as well as some on various Democrats ? I?m not by any
means excusing Democrats, just pointing out the hypocrisy of many Republicans
and mistaken belief of many people that mostly Democratic politicians commit
affairs - go to Comedy on Tap?s excellent compilation at
http://www.comedyontap.com/features/congress.html. Connie Cook Smith has also
detailed other such Republicans, such as Katrina Leung, a California Republican
fund-raiser who sold secrets to the Chinese while working as an FBI informant and
reportedly had extramarital affairs with two FBI agents, on her blog at
http://www.conniescomments.blogspot.com.

I?m sure if you asked the average person who was most likely to have had an affair,
[a] Democrat Gary Condit, or Republican Sue Myrick, Condit would be the
overwhelming choice. But the correct choice is [c] all of the above.

So c?mon, mainstream media. At least make an effort to balance the scales.

Here?s your chance. I?ll even help you on finding Schoedinger?s contact information.
Go to http://ccweb.co.fort-bend.tx.us/imgcache/CCCIVIL217038-1-7.pdf. Read all
the way to the last page. Call her. Call Bush. Call the Sugar Land police. Call the
FBI. Mention Schoedinger?s name and make them squirm some.

For the record, I contacted Bush?s media office and have yet to hear back. That?s
fine. I don?t really want to speak to those lying bastards, anymore than they want to
speak to me. I just want them out of the White House.

Media members, do your god-damn jobs, like you did when Clinton was legitimately
in the White House.

Or are you too damn intimidated, too afraid of you and your family being harassed
by CIA-Mafia spooks? [That?s a legitimate concern. Remember that classic line in
War?s song, ?Why Can?t We Be Friends?? I know you?re working for the CIA ? They
wouldn?t have you in the Mafia. A lot of truth there.] Too afraid of losing your jobs
and prestige and White House dinner invitations when Bush and Co. dry up your
political sources? Too afraid of losing your jobs and prestige when the big
Bush-supporting bosses upstairs come down hard on your ass for covering another
Bush scandal? Or do you just not want to deal with all those hateful phone calls,
emails and letters by conservatives who blindly believe Bush and Co. are the
second coming of Christ, when they are really more like the anti-Christ?

Oh I know a few of you do your jobs. More of you are following the Iraqi war lies trail.
That?s good. But get on these Republican sex scandals, as well. Show the
American people that Republicans commit just about as many dirty sexual deeds as
Democrats. Help get these Republican Religious Right hypocrites who chirp about
morals, honor and dignity while their actions speak otherwise off their god-damn
high horses.

Schoedinger?s allegations, which include possible assaults against Schoedinger?s
husband while they were drugged and possibly losing a child Bush might have
fathered, may turn out to be figments of an overactive imagination or exaggerated
claims. But they need to be investigated and aired with the same zeal as the
allegations against Clinton when he was in the White House. That is only fair.

Sure, I hope this story helps lead to Bush?s defeat in 2004. I?d like to see anyone
who committed a crime be brought to justice, but I?d also like to see this case hurt
Bush. I?m open about my motives, unlike many conservatives who said they
supported prying into Clinton?s private life because it was a matter of ?justice.?
Those were civil legal actions brought on by partisan Republican conservatives.
Gimme a fucking break.

I want to see Bush and Cheney fall because, if not, they will continue their idiotic,
selfish plans to use the American military to dominate the world. It?s weird that many
Americans can stomach a president lying about military matters and saying stupid
things like ?Bring ?em on,? although they end up causing more deaths, pain and
suffering as the Iraqi quagmire is doing. But lying about having an extramarital
affair? That?s another matter.

Anyways, the Schoedinger case is about more than a private alleged affair ? it?s
about alleged crimes, cover-ups and harassment campaigns. Some say her story is
typical of the treatment inflicted on CIA mind-controlled slaves, of which there are
more than most people realize. Remember that Bush is a member of the secret
order of Skull and Bones, an exclusive Yale-based club for the elite that practices
weird, Satanic-like, sexual initiations and ceremonies. Such strange sexual
ceremonies are used as blackmail to guarantee Skull and Boners do what the
power elite wants [there are even rumors that Bush has had sexual relations with a
male Skull and Boner], just as some elitists are alleged to commit unspeakable
sexual trauma on their kids to assure obedience. Several books document these
practices, including TranceFormation of America by Cathy O?Brien and Mark




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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: Learyfan]
    #1735401 - 07/21/03 05:14 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

well shit, the problem is there's no way of knowing if this is an internet spoof or if it's real.

who gives a fuck though honestly, email it to everyone you know this is exactly the kind of thing dems have been hoping for.


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: Malachi]
    #1735436 - 07/21/03 05:22 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

I would believe this but I don't think bush is capable of even making up his own come ons let alone something which would be considred sexual harrassment.. I mean I try and picture Bushy getting smooth.. It just doesn't happen..That guy is as sulabate as a nun or maybe a cold fish..


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assault [Re: Learyfan]
    #1735451 - 07/21/03 05:25 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

I'm sorry Learyfan, I usually try and read all of your posts but I had to stop when this 'journalist' started talking about his favourite film and his hilarious CIA 'investigation'. This guy sounds batshit crazy to me (and I like to think I'm pretty open-minded). :smile:


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assault [Re: Edame]
    #1735495 - 07/21/03 05:40 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

can't fault him for trying.


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assault [Re: Edame]
    #1735560 - 07/21/03 06:03 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Hey "allegedlly".

That's all i'm saying. This isn't like "Bush knew about 9-11", or "Bush took us to war under false pretenses".

This may not be true. It's just a link.




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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: Malachi]
    #1735728 - 07/21/03 06:42 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

It's real. I've seen the paper she filed in court, though I forget where exactly. Something about police picking her up in the middle of the night on numerous occasions for dates (her word) with Bush.

I think drudge report had this when she filed her suit.



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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: wingnutx]
    #1736006 - 07/21/03 08:12 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Yeah, just look up "Margie Schoedinger"

For instance, check out this page.

Click here to see the plaintiff's petition.

She's accusing the President of repeatedly kidnapping and raping her.




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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: Learyfan]
    #1736019 - 07/21/03 08:17 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

She's accusing the President of repeatedly kidnapping and raping her.

which is probably why no one's paying attention to this.


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: ]
    #1736082 - 07/21/03 08:40 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Heheh

True





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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: Learyfan]
    #1736523 - 07/21/03 11:38 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

yeah, bush is a weirdo. I found a neat russian article here


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assault [Re: Malachi]
    #1736659 - 07/22/03 12:28 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

I predict President Bush will be sitting behind bars in a maxium security prison by the end of the year.




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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assault [Re: Learyfan]
    #1736767 - 07/22/03 01:06 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Nonsense.  Rich Americans don't go to jail.  :devil: 


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assault [Re: Cornholio]
    #1738004 - 07/22/03 01:19 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Does anyone know where i can get penta-lawn? :lol:


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: ]
    #1738011 - 07/22/03 01:20 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

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She's accusing the President of repeatedly kidnapping and raping her.

which is probably why no one's paying attention to this.




yeah, and she did say "I?ve been around the block a few times "....


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: Learyfan]
    #1738050 - 07/22/03 01:34 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

A former roommate of mine sexually assaulted a girl(not just any girl, but the girl I loved). If he's capable of doing that, I have no doubt that Bush is too. I hope the bastard gets what's coming to him. Unfortunately, no one probably cares. At least the Paula Jones case was widely reported, even if Clinton did eventually get away with it. Bush is just being totally protected by the media.


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: silversoul7]
    #1738066 - 07/22/03 01:41 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Thats very unfortunate silver....
did you kick his ass? :mad:
...did she?


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    #1738072 - 07/22/03 01:44 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Unfortunately, she begged me not to tell anyone or let this get out(I don't think you guys count, since none of you know her). If she hadn't, I would've gotten all my friends together to beat the shit out of him.


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: silversoul7]
    #1738075 - 07/22/03 01:46 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

It wasn't a serious assult like rape or anything right?


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Re: Interview with the woman Bush allegedly sexually assaulted [Re: Azmodeus]
    #1738078 - 07/22/03 01:48 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

He cornered her in his room, slipped his hand down her pants, and started fingering her. She pushed him off, got out of there, and then told me about it.


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