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originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: JonButtonIII
Not really. Because he would have been noticed if he was gone for 24 hours. And that would blow his alibi out of the water.
I'm always suspicious of these claims that happen right before a huge movie opens that's expected to be the blockbuster of the year.
originally posted by: WhiteAlice
Why is this culture actually protected? If it looks like a dog, smells like a dog and barks like a dog, why is that it is allowed to continue? Wealth and power should not place anyone above the law and, while I can comprehend that many of these kids who may have been exposed to spurious things may feel like they must comply to obtain their dreams, we, as adults, should be crushing the individuals perpetrating these things with the full force of the law. Children need and deserve our protection. Period.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: WhiteAlice
Look to DC and the brown nosing done with the political class, and I think you have your answers.
Monday's lawsuits were filed in federal court in Hawaii against former Fox television executive Garth Ancier, theater producer Gary Wayne Goddard, and David A. Neuman, a former television executive with Current TV and Disney. Ancier and Goddard did not respond to phone and email messages seeking comment.
Source: AP Wire
Egan claims he was lured into a sex ring run by a former digital entertainment company executive, Marc Collins-Rector, with promises of auditions for acting, modeling and commercial jobs. He was put on the company's payroll as an actor and forced to have sex with adult men at parties within Hollywood's entertainment industry, the lawsuit said.
Collins-Rector pleaded guilty in 2004 to transporting five minors across state lines to have sex.