Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Put Child Rapist Roman Polanski on the Megan's Law Sex Offender Registry!

James Hartline declares: "I know of one publishing company which should publish Child Rapist Roman Polanski's biography. That comany is called the Megan's Law Sex Offender Registry."

Media elites and Hollywood powerbrokers are currently attempting to force legal authorities to let fugitive child rapist Roman Polanski go free after Swiss authorities arrested him on behalf of a current American demand for his arrest. A United States extradition request is pending.

According to the Canadian Broacasting Company, Polanski raped and sodomized a 13-year-old girl in the Los Angeles home of Jack Nicholson — (Nicholson was away at the time.) He gave the girl champagne and Quaaludes during a supposed photo shoot and he repeatedly refused her pleas to be let go. The entire incident lasted four hours. His lawyers arranged a plea bargain that saw Polanski serve 46 days in prison for psychiatric observation after which he was to plead guilty to the single charge of "unlawful sexual intercourse."

Polanski fled to Europe where he has been living to avoid incarceration. In 2002, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded Polanski with an Oscar for best director for his movie The Pianist.

While Hollywood is cheering on their child rapist hero, James Hartline declares: "I know of one publishing company which should publish child rapist Roman Polanski's biography. That comany is called the Megan's Law Sex Offender Registry."

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