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One of the closest supporters of scandal hit French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn was today linked with 'an orgy with little boys' in Morocco.
Jack Lang, the former Socialist culture and education secretary, was fighting to save his reputation after Luc Ferry, another ex-minister, revealed the crime on TV.
Breaking a code of silence which traditionally allows such offences to be kept a secret, Mr Ferry said: 'All of us here probably all know who I'm talking about.'
Mr Ferry claimed the man's sex attack on the boys - which was said to have taken place in the tourist city of Marrakech and was uncovered by police who raided a 'palm grove' - was an open secret which had been discussed openly by a former Prime Minister.
Asked if he had any proof, Mr Ferry said: 'Of course not. But I have testimony from cabinet members at the highest level, state authorities at the highest level.'
In the 66,100-page, 273-volume ruling with 588 appendices, whose summary took all day long to read out, the three-judge panel convicted six of the seven defendants of child sex abuse committed in the 1980s and 1990s.
In Casa Pía, which is home to 3,500 orphans and abandoned or troubled children from around the country, a pedophile ring whose clients included politicians, diplomats, doctors, lawyers and journalists, operated in secrecy for two decades.
The youngsters, mainly boys, were driven by the Casa Pía driver, Carlos Silvino, to different locations, where they were abused by the six men sentenced Friday.
Since the start of the trial on Nov. 25, 2004, 461 hearings were held in different courtrooms; 1,000 CDs, 352 DVDs, 1,000 tape recordings and 12 videos were listened to or watched; and 981 people, including witnesses, victims and defendants, testified.
The most well-known defendants are Carlos Cruz, the country's most popular television presenter until 2002, and Jorge Ritto, who retired in 2002 after a long and distinguished diplomatic career that included assignments as Portugal's ambassador to South Africa and to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in Paris.
Originally posted by FraternitasSaturni
And out of nowhere the man is accused of EVERYTHING!
The question is... what has he done to piss off TPTB SO MUCH to turn the tables this way? Guess we'll never know...
But I got to congratulate TPTB efforts and efficiency of operations... they're quick, not very clean, but still very effective.
Originally posted by avatar01
The Vatican has orgies with little boys all the time, and you don't see them plastered all over the news.
Don't worry though, everything is under contro. (no its not, i just said that because I needed 2 sentences to make a post)