A former Florida cop who forced undocumented immigrants to have sex with him will not be required to register with the state as a sex offender, thanks to a plea deal that one attorney called “shocking and shameful to the whole county.”
Months after he was named “Officer of the Year” in 2008, former Broward Sheriff’s deputy Jonathan Bleiweiss was charged with multiple sex crimes. About 20 male undocumented immigrants accused Bleiweiss of sexually assaulting them.
The men alleged that Bleiweiss molested them during pat-downs and threatened them with deportation if they refused to perform sex acts.
Last week, Bleiweiss and prosecutors reached a bafflingly lenient plea agreement that would bring a conclusion to all seven of the cases pending against him.
So the former deputy pleaded guilty to multiple counts of battery, stalking and false imprisonment. He will serve five years in prison, but will not be classified as a sex offender.
Before he was ever suspected of committing any crimes, the openly gay Bleiweiss told a local newspaper that early in his career, one of his supervisors taunted him by calling him “sex offender.”
Now, with that label never having been more appropriate, Bleiwiss will not have to wear it.
“We did the best we could under the circumstances,” assistant state attorney Neva Smith told the South Florida Sun Sentinel, noting that many victims and witnesses have disappeared since Bleiweiss was charged six years ago.
Entin said Bleiweiss wouldn’t accept any plea deal with a sex offender designation because “that’s worse than a life sentence … It stays with you forever, and you end up living under a bridge.”
Public Defender Howard Finkelstein, whose office did not handle Bleiweiss’ case, said he “was scratching his head” when he learned Bleiweiss avoided sex offender status, an outcome he called “shocking and shameful to the whole county.”
Mark Zuckerberg’s claims this week that Facebook was fair to Donald Trump during the 2016 election just took another serious blow.
The Facebook founder and CEO personally met with Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta a year before the 2016 election, according to an email released by Wikileaks.
The news comes a day after Wikileaks’ Julian Assange dropped a bomb onto the heads of Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, alleging they colluded with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election campaign.
Assange Tweeted Thursday, linking the emails sent back and forth between John Podesta and Sandberg which reveal Sandberg wanted Clinton to win “badly.” Assange said the women met privately numerous times during Clinton’s campaign.
Assange included one email from Sandberg to Podesta, Clinton’s campaign manager, which is particularly damaging in which the Facebook executive pledged to help elect Clinton.
Now comes a newer revelation from Assange which clearly shows Podesta met privately with Zuckerberg on at least one occasion leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
True Pundit reported Wednesday the FBI is ramping up a larger investigation of Zuckerberg’s Facebook to probe a broad scheme likely waged by the social media giant aimed at electing Clinton.
More details are emerging following the arrest of a Florida highway patrolman this week. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Chad Corriveau was arrested, according to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, for sexual battery of a child between the months of November and December of 2016.
As reported by CBS12.com:
Authorities were alerted to the incident when a relative of Corriveau’s said she was told by the child that he kissed and had sex with her using a sex swing and sex devices.
Forensics were done on the child at Lake-Sumter Children’s Advocacy Center to determine if the child had indeed been sexually molested and/or abused by someone. Following the investigation, Corriveau was arrested. And while the highway patrolman is innocent until proven guilty, the arrest comes amid the allegations of some of the worst forms of sexual abuse, an authority figure over a helpless child.
According to the arrest affidavit, the victim was shown pornography on the officer’s phone during Thanksgiving of 2016. From there, the sexual activity progressed to include sex swings (whereby she was vaginally penetrated), and sex toys (a vibrator). The juvenile was also digitally penetrated allegedly by the officer who was sworn to protect the child, not hurt her.
She indicated in the affidavit that she was afraid of Corriveau and that he was quick tempered, so she offered no resistance to the trooper’s advances. His own sexual needs, he claimed to the child, were not being met, so he attempted to gratify himself by engaging in Shades of Gray style fantasies with the juvenile.
Corriveau’s superiors decided to arrest him and charge him with sexual battery under familial authority (domestic) and showing any obscene material to a minor (domestic).
The Highway Patrol issued a statement:
The Florida Highway Patrol takes these matters very seriously and has placed the trooper on administrative leave pending the criminal investigation by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office. Additionally, a thorough administrative investigation is being conducted simultaneously regarding the allegations and the actions of the trooper, and appropriate disciplinary action will be immediately taken based on the outcome of the investigation.
While no police officer is perfect, immune from such abuses, society does expect the officer to be punished appropriately for his actions. However, all too often it seems, passes for bad behavior get extended to police officers even when they may be guilty of heinous crimes such as sexual crimes against children.
In Dallas, as TFTP reported, a school resource officer, Jacob Ryan Delgadillo, was given probation, even after he was accused of having sex with a middle school student. Not only did he not have to spend time in prison, he may be able to get his Texas law enforcement license back after he does his probation. Worse still, he will not have to register as a sex offender.
Vladamir Krull, an NYPD sergeant, was only given three years in prison for raping his stepdaughter. By contrast, a medical doctor from North Carolina was given 18 years in prison for being in possession of his mother’s and father’s medicines years after their passing.
The disparity in sentencing is appalling to many free thinkers who see the inequity when an officer of the law is sentenced for crimes against children and a doctor gets a sentence which is six times longer for hanging on to expired prescription drugs too long. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to conclude cops are living up to a lower standard of behavior.
A former mainstream media news anchor for Australia’s Nine News Network has pleaded guilty in court to child pornography charges.Anchorman Ben McCormack confessed to two pedophilia offenses after it was revealed in court documents that he referred to himself as a “proud ped” and a “proud boy-lover” in online chat rooms.McCormack used the Dark Web to connect with other members of pedophile ring where he used the handle Oz4skinboi.Investigators discovered that he had been discussing and trading in child porn with other pedophiles in the same chat room for 2 years before he was arrested.The charges for trading in explicit images of minors carries a maximum prison sentence of 15 years.During one chatroom conversation, he was asked by another unnamed man if he would always “be a p”, to which the former A Current Affair reporter responded by saying: “Yep, U … I’ll always have the attraction … They are beautiful.” In January this year, McCormack told the man he liked “naughty boys” and the man asked, “U eva think u’ll play with one? Or just fantasy?”.“I’d love to,” he replied.In another instant, he wrote, “I love them sooooo much, perfect bodies…”According to the Australian, although police never found any videos or photos of child pornography transmitted by McCormack, the conversations showed the men had exchanged a number of images, the agreed facts tendered in court state.The former A Current Affair reporter is expected to be sentenced next week for two child porn charges relating to “fantasy talk” online,Earlier at a Sydney court this morning, McCormack, 43, sat quietly behind his lawyer, Sam Macedone, who told Magistrate Jennifer Atkinson that negotiations over the agreed statement of the facts in the case had been finalized.“Based on the tender of new those facts, we would like to enter a plea of guilty,” he said.The former Nine journalist was arrested by officers from the NSW Sex Crimes Child Exploitation Internet Unit as he drove near Moore Park on April 6.The Joint Agency Child Exploitation Team, which specializes in tackling crimes against children, tipped the NSW police off about McCormack.
It seems odd that he announced his pride. Possibly he will get political support from gay pride activists.
Note: The following story is not sourced reliably. It could turn out to be entirely fabricated. Nonetheless, it may end up being confirmed.
Police have reportedly launched a murder inquiry into the death of Hugh Hefner, with insiders believing it is “extremely likely” the Playboy founder was silenced before he could name Hollywood elite pedophiles as part of a plea deal.
Hugh Hefner was found dead in suspicious circumstances on Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles, just days before he was set to be arrested on child sex charges, according to a Los Angeles police source.
Hefner had been dealing with police on a daily basis for the past three weeks, trying to work out a plea deal, after an investigation, launched in 2009 after a lawsuit was filed against Hefner, suddenly “went hot.”
“The 2009 case went nowhere. We just couldn’t prove anything. There was plenty of circumstantial evidence, but ultimately it just boiled down to her word versus his,” the LAPD source says.
The 2009 case was launched by Sheri Allred, a Los Angeles native, who alleged that Hugh Hefner raped her when she was 5-years-old.
But in August this year, the case was re-opened after “a significant number of similar complaints were filed. After questioning Mr Hefner we understood that he had mountains of incriminating personal information about a powerful group of Hollywood pedophiles.
“We are talking about dead girls on altars, women being caged and tortured for years, Hollywood execs filming each other performing the vilest acts for blackmail, as the most evil acts are always done on the most innocent.“
“We were building up to one of the biggest pedophile raids in history, certainly the biggest in this city in my lifetime.
“We were working out a plea deal with him, so we could get our hands on the physical evidence and really go after the pedophiles, but then we found him dead.“
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED
Detectives are looking into whether Hugh Hefner was suicided, with the death scene later arranged to resemble a natural death. A team of investigators have been put in place and they are refusing to rule out a criminal homicide charge.
“If we can prove who silenced Hugh Hefner, then we will have a tangible link to some of the most powerful people in the country who perform unspeakable acts with children.”