samedi 24 janvier 2015

Michael Geilnfeld's special code word for the sexual abuse of children in Haiti / he called it "The Sacrifice".-

At upcoming trial, Judge John Woodcock and a federal jury will learn about Michael Geilnfeld's special code word for the sexual abuse of children in Haiti / he called it "The Sacrifice".-

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FEDERAL JUDGE SENTENCES MAINE MAN WHO VIDEOTAPED HIMSELF SEXUALLY ASSAULTING YOUNG BOYS TO 65 YEARS IN PRISON.

A former Wayne, Maine special education teacher who videotaped himself sexually assaulting young boys, including two with developmental disabilities, was sentenced in federal court Friday to 65 years in prison.

Patrik Ian Arsenault, 28, stood silently as U.S. District Court Judge John A. Woodcock Jr. imposed the sentence. Woodcock said the former teacher used his talents of helping special needs children, and earning the trust of grateful parents, to get the children alone and commit "unspeakable acts." 

Arsenault, a former special education teacher, videotaped himself sexually assaulting young boys, two of whom have developmental disabilities

"Yours has been the worst sexual crime I've seen in 11 years on the bench," Woodcock said. "It was an extraordinary breach of trust. I really don't know how to speak to you about an unspeakable crime," Woodcock said during the sentencing hearing.

Click link below for complete text of Portland Press Herald article:

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Judge Woodcock is the presiding judge in the federal defamation lawsuit against child protection activist, Paul Kendrick, of Freeport, Maine.

Click link for story:

http://www.pressherald.com/2014/09/15/before-defamation-trial-of-sex-abuse-activist-a-timely-twist/ 
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RESEAU CITADELLE : LE COURAGE DE COMBATTRE LES DEMAGOGUES DE DROITE ET DE GAUCHE , LE COURAGE DE DIRE LAVERITE!!!
"You can fool some people sometimes, 
But you can't fool all the people all the time."
 (
Vous pouvez tromper quelques personnes, parfois, 
Mais vous ne pouvez pas tromper tout le monde tout le temps.
) dixit Abraham Lincoln.
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