Showing posts with label Closeted. Show all posts
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December 1, 2018

Closeted man Kills His Lover to Keep The Secret



 BROCKTON, Mass. —Kian Willis,21
A Brockton murder defendant’s desire to keep his gay relationship on the down low may have motivated him to kill his former lover, according to the prosecution.
Kian Willis, 21, of Brockton, was arraigned on a charge of murder late Wednesday afternoon at Brockton District Court following his arrest by Brockton police at 2 p.m. Willis is being accused of pulling the trigger, or at least being part of a joint venture, in the fatal shooting of 27-year-old Patrick Sequeira-Ferreira on Nov. 12 on Keith Avenue in Brockton, the Enterprise reported. 
Plymouth County Assistant District Attorney Jessica Kenny told the court that text messages show how Willis lured Sequira-Ferreira outside right before the shooting, falsely telling the murder victim that he arranged him an Uber ride. Willis was the last person to have contact with the victim by phone, Kenny said. Then, there were three gunshots, recorded by the city’s ShotSpotter system, Kenny said.
Willis was later interviewed by police, and he expressed concerns about people finding out about the nature of his sexual relationship with Sequira-Ferreira, Kenny said. On top of that, the prosecutor said, Willis was worried that he could lose his job, working at the Office of Community Corrections, a subset of the state’s probation department. That’s where Willis originally met the murder victim, who was a client of the agency, Kenny said.
"They struck up a friendship, which was against the policies and rules of the OCC,” said Kenny, as Willis hid himself from view, standing behind a partition on the side of the court room. “The defendant also told police that he had sexual relations with the victim previous to that. It appears that no one in the defendant’s family may have been aware that he was homosexual and bisexual. It appears that the defendant before you may have been concerned that the victim was going to tell people about their relationship.”
Judge Julie Bernard ordered Willis to be held without bail. Willis, who pleaded not guilty, is now due back in court on Jan. 2 for a probable cause hearing.
Willis was represented by Boston-based defense attorney Christopher Belezos, who was granted requests to defer his argument for bail and to preserve notes made during the course of the murder investigation.
During the arraignment, family members of Sequira-Ferreira consoled each other and looked on quietly. They walked in together, and his mother wore a button with the 27-year-old’s picture on it, but they declined to comment about Tuesday’s arrest in the murder case.
Sequeira-Ferreira was walking down Keith Avenue, adjacent to the CVS Pharmacy parking lot, when sources told The Enterprise he was ambushed from behind and shot in the head on the night of Nov. 12. The 27-year-old was rushed by ambulance to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, then flown by medical helicopter to Boston Medical Center, where he died shortly before midnight.
Kenny said surveillance video shows Sequira-Ferreira being followed by another man, but there’s no footage of the shots being fired. Other surveillance footage then shows the suspect running down Keith Avenue toward Warren Avenue, in the direction of where Willis was picked up by another friend immediately after the shooting, based on his phone records, according to Kenny.


August 15, 2018

There Are Out Gay Men In All Aspects of Australian Society Except Sports





By Corbin Middlemas


Australian rules football has always been a big part of my life, but from an early age, I knew I had a conflict with the game.
Corbin Middlemas at the AFL grand final at the MCG in 2017.My earliest childhood memories revolve around footy, from playing in the backyard or going to Subiaco Oval with my family.

I'm privileged enough to broadcast the AFL for ABC Grandstand each week, something I've done since I was a teenager. I work closely with current and former players, as well as other stakeholders in the game.

I'm a big guy with a deep voice that wears a lot of sports tees. I like rap music and having a beer with my mates.
In the most part, I'm your typical sports junkie in their mid-20s.
Except I'm gay
'I never wanted my sexuality to be the first thing people knew'

I have a close group of friends, dating back through high school, work or even our fantasy football league. We share a lot of common interests, except this.
I always dreamed of being a sports broadcaster. As long as I can remember I wanted
 to call play-by-play.

As a high school student, I volunteered my weekends at my local community radio 
station and by 19, I was working full-time with the ABC in my home city.
Interviewing Essendon's Zac Merrett last year … Corbin says he always dreamed of being a sports broadcaster. 

I never wanted my sexuality to be the first thing people knew about me. Having moved cities twice in as many years, the same applied wherever I went.
It's a confusing weight to carry around. It affected my mood and relationships significantly.
I'd regularly go through moments wanting to tell friends, but not wanting to take an awkward detour in conversation.

It took me 24 years to tell my best friend, and less than a year to tell a dozen more people after that, including my family.

By that point, I think most of them suspected as much and were just waiting for me to tell them.
I'm incredibly fortunate to have such a support network.
It's because of that I feel a sense of obligation to tell my story.
'Being gay doesn't make you any less masculine' 

I have a platform to tell young men who don't fit into the norm that's perfectly normal.
Being gay doesn't make you any less masculine.

The discourse around our game matters and it has been unwelcoming to gay people for generations.
Homophobic slurs are commonplace at many sporting clubs around the country. It's a hangover from a bygone era. These slurs are no longer tolerated at workplaces or heard in most social settings.
The suicide rate for gay youths is astronomically high. LGBTI young people aged 16 to 27 are five times more likely to attempt suicide than the broader population.
Dampening the hysteria

Today we see openly gay men in every aspect of Australian life, except on the sporting field.
In 2014, American journalist Jason Whitlock penned a column about the NFL's first openly gay draftee, Michael Sam.

Michael Sam, the first publicly gay player drafted into the NFL, signs autographs.
Michael Sam (right) is "riding a wave, not creating one", American journalist Jason Whitlock said in 2014. 

He wrote: "The sports world no longer promotes change; it reflects it.
"Sam is riding a wave, not creating one."
The premise of Whitlock's article was not to soften the importance of Sam's announcement, but to "dampen the hysteria".

Most people have gay friends, colleagues or family members. Just last year, the country settled its debate on marriage equality.
There has never been a better time for gay people in Australia than today.
But the sports world is playing catch-up to the real world. The trail has already been blazed in other areas of Australian life.

The idea of a gay footballer isn't that big a deal to many people detached from the sports world.
A retired AFL footballer told me last year he suspects those in the locker room don't have an issue with openly gay players, but it's the circus outside that stops players from coming out.
What does that say about us, as the sports media, and as footy fans more broadly?
Corbin Middlemas is a broadcaster for ABC Grandstand.



June 27, 2018

Nearly 50% of the LGBTQ Labor Force Remains Closeted in The US





Tuesday marks the third anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision granting marriage equality, but despite signs of progress, almost half of LGBTQ employees remain closeted at work, according to a new study released by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation.
This figure has barely changed in a decade even as many employers have attempted to create more inclusive workplaces.
“We’ve learned that simply having the right policy in place isn’t enough,” said study author Deena Fidas, director of HRC’s Workplace Equality Program. “You’ve got evidence over a decade that despite really significant progress, including marriage equality, challenges remain in terms of the everyday workplace experience for LGBTQ Americans.”
The report, A Workplace Divided: Understanding the Climate for LGBTQ Workers Nationwide, found that 46% of LGBT employees are not open about their sexuality at work for fear of being stereotyped, making people feel uncomfortable or losing connections with coworkers.
When the survey was first conducted in 2008, 51 percent of LGBTQ employees reported that they hadn’t come out to their coworkers. Fidas said she’s not surprised the number has hardly budged in the past decade.
“On one hand there’s been significant progress, but on the other we still don’t have basic federal protections in this country for the LGBTQ community,” she said.
Although many companies have invested in creating non-discrimination policies and inclusive benefit packages, 31 states still don’t have fully-inclusive nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people. Fidas said many LGBTQ folks are still grappling with an isolating double standard when it comes to socializing in the office. While your spouse or your dating life might come up in casual workplace chit chat for straight employees, when an LGBTQ employee brings up their personal life it becomes taboo, Fidas explained. But if LGBTQ employees don’t share, they can face social isolation and miss out on networking opportunities.
“Every workplace actually demands some level of sharing,” said Fidas. “LGBTQ people really consistently get chilled out of social networks in the workplace. Their contributions, their level of sharing and simply bringing their full self to the workplace in the same way their straight and cisgender colleagues do is decidedly not welcome.” The responses to the survey present a conflicting picture:
  • 80% of non-LGBTQ employees believe no one should have to hide who they are at work,
  • 59% of non-LGBTQ employees said they think it’s unprofessional to talk about sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace
  • 36% of non-LGBTQ employees said they would feel uncomfortable hearing an LGBTQ colleague talk about dating.
  • 20% of LGBTQ workers report having been told that they should dress in a more feminine or masculine manner (compared to 1 in 24 non-LGBTQ workers)
  • 53% of LGBTQ workers report hearing jokes about lesbian or gay people at least once in a while
These conditions have a negative effect not only on the employee, but on business as well. The study found 1 in 5 LGBTQ employees had considered leaving a job and engagement in the workplace can drop as much as 30 percent because of an unwelcoming environment.
Fidas said while instituting inclusive policies is fundamentally necessary, managers and leaders must also communicate consistently and clearly about LGBTQ inclusion.
Developing an appropriate vocabulary, in both formal and informal communication, and equipping teams with a protocol around unconscious bias are two good steps, Fidas said. Allies play a huge role in transforming workplace culture.
"We find this over and over again," Fidas said. "It's simply a matter of mastering the vocabulary, many LGBTQ workers do not hear specific messages aimed at them."
These dynamics don't operate in a vacuum either, Fidas pointed out. She said typically if a workplace tolerates jokes at the expense of LGBTQ folks, the same is true for people of other races or ability levels.
“A problem with the LGBTQ climate is a miner's canary for other aspects of inclusion,” she said.
While Fidas said she hopes this study will jumpstart the conversation about the work we still have to do, she also plans to do more research the way race, region and other factors affect the LGBTQ experience.
"It is so critical to understand the diversity of experiences across the LGBTQ community," she said. 
USA TODAY NETWORK

April 23, 2018

Christina Aguilera Explains How Her First Love, Her Latin Lover, Turned Out Gay






NICOLE BITETTE on the
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS writes:

Pop star Christina Aguilera's ex-boyfriend didn't know what a girl wants.

The singer revealed on "RuPaul's Drag Race" after-show "Untucked" that the Latin lover she sings about on the 2002 song "Infatuation" was actually gay, according to People.

"It was heartbreaking because I found out he played for your team, not mine," Aguilera, 37, told RuPaul on the season premiere of "Untucked."

The song, off the "Stripped" album, focuses on forbidden love and obsession over the Latin lover.

Christina Aguilera is a fan of Kylie Jenner’s Halloween costume
A fellow competing contestant on "Drag Race" told her, "He's gonna see this, he's gonna be mad." 
"I hope so, girl," Aguilera replied.

The "Genie in a Bottle" artist went on to talk about other men that were the subject of some of her songs, including the man who inspired the track "Fighter." 

"Being taking advantage of (by the guy for whom I) created 'Fighter,' growing up in this business at a young age, you can just imagine being around older men a lot and dishonest people," she told the contestants. "And it's really hard."

 Christina with her Latin lover( to the girls, be careful when your other is a lot more beautiful than you! to the gay boys, the same)

Pink says there’s no feud between her and Christina Aguilera
She also discussed the song "F.U.S.S.," which has been revealed to stand for: "F--k you Scott Storch." 
Aguilera called their relationship "a bridge that's been burned."

She revealed she's moved on without him musically.

The star ended her appearance by offering up some words of wisdom.


"Just keep living. I am so in awe and inspired by everything I'm seeing today," she said. "We all have come from some journey. I'm sure we've all had a painful place and a struggle or something. And I think that's really relevant. And that's a part of my music and a part of where I came from."

December 4, 2017

Joy Reid of MSNBC Apologizes For Having Come Too Strong on Charlie Crist, ex Fl., Gov




 'What a blow of fresh air'





MSNBC host Joy Reid issued an apology on Sunday for a series of blog posts nearly a decade ago, mostly critical of former Gov. Charlie Crist of Florida, that has been criticized as homophobic and “anti-gay.”

“This note is my apology to all who are disappointed by the content of blogs I wrote a decade ago, for which my choice of words and tone have legitimately been criticized,” Reid said in a statement shared with NBC News, which, like MSNBC, is owned by NBCUniversal.

The blog posts were unearthed on Thursday by Twitter user @Jamie_Maz.

"From 2007 to 2009 @joyannreid authored a dozen homophobic posts not only attempting to out Charlie Crist as gay, she attacked & mocked him for being so," @Jamie_Maz wrote in the first of a series of tweets about Reid.

The Twitter user noted Reid repeatedly referred to Crist as "Miss Charlie" in her posts and speculated that his 2008 marriage to a woman was a fraud and part of a “veep marketing strategy.”


During the time she wrote those blog posts, Reid was a morning talk radio host and blogger covering Florida politics.

"Among the frequent subjects of my posts was then-governor Charlie Crist, at the time a conservative Republican, whose positions on issues like gay marriage and adoption by same-sex couples in Florida shared headlines with widely rumored reports that he was hiding his sexual orientation," Reid wrote in her apology.

"At no time have I intentionally sought to demean or harm the LGBT community, which includes people whom I deeply love. My goal, in my ham-handed way, was to call out potential hypocrisy," Reid added.

Crist, who served as Florida’s governor from 2007 to 2011, supported a state constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage in 2008. He later apologized for supporting the amendment, telling Watermark Online, an online LGBT publication based in Orlando, "I’m sorry I did that. It was a mistake. I was wrong. Please forgive me."

Now, it is Reid who is seeking forgiveness for, as she put it, “insensitive, tone-deaf and dumb” comments.

"In addition to friends and coworkers and viewers, I deeply apologize to Congressman Crist, who was the target of my thoughtlessness. My critique of anti-LGBT positions he once held but has since abandoned was legitimate in my view. My means of critiquing were not," she wrote.

"Re-reading those old blog posts, I am disappointed in myself. I apologize to those who also are disappointed in me. Life can be humbling. It often is. But I hope that you know where my heart is and that I will always strive to use my words for good. I know better and I will do better," Reid wrote.
Brooke Sopelsa, NBC News


In all fairness to Joy, I said as much about hypocrite ex-governor Crist. Of coarse one thing is for the criticism to be coming from a gay man who knows this guy is gay and want to use the language this old queen deserved than a blogger that is straight. We both could say the same things using different adjectives but I belonging to that same group will be given more leeway and rightly so than an outsider. Such is true if you substitute gay for any other group. Her remarks could easily be taken as saying that Crist as a gay man was feminine because gay men are that way since she called him "Miss" That would make it unfair and homophobic. I never called him 'Miss' because of that implication and it did not cover my point which was he was an old guy pretending like everyone was blind but did called him a "closet queen." It had nothing to do with the masculinity of the guy. He was a coward but referring to him in the feminine sense would be unfair to both gays and women.

I'm still glad she cleared the air and apologized and now we can move on in discussing the crazy orange man in the White House. 



November 12, 2017

John Travolta's Massage Therapist Accuses Him of Sex Molestation







A massage therapist named Marky Hutt has accused American actor John Travolta of molesting him during a 2010 massage session in a Rochester, New York hotel. On Oct. 10, 2017, Twitter stream, Hutt accused Travolta of offering him money for sexual contact, grabbing his crotch and buttocks and ejaculating on Hutt’s jeans during a massage session in Travolta’s hotel room. Several similar John Travolta massage therapist stories have emerged against the actor since 2013.

 Marky Hutt  (Tweeter)

 Details of the John Travolta massage therapist accusation
Here is part of Hutt’s story about his alleged encounter with Travolta [edited for clarity]:
In the summer of 2010, I received a call to do an onsite massage at the Hyatt Hotel in Rochester, New York where the actor was looking at homes at Keuka Lake (Finger Lakes), and when I arrived at the room, John Travolta was on the bed, naked under a towel, smoking a cigar & watching gay porn on his laptop. 
The gentleman who picked me up for the massage then proceeded to set up a camera in the corner of the room as I set up my oils & massage table. Long story longer, halfway through the massage, Travolta proceeded to rub my ass & grab my crotch over my jeans.
After verbally telling him NO & letting him know that I was extremely uncomfortable, Travolta went on to say “Come on … nobody will ever find out. Come on, what do you want, more money? Nobody will know.”
After telling Travolta that I’ve had enough and that I was cutting the session short, he proceeded to go into his luggage & handed me close to $2,000. I left shortly after and I contacted the Rochester Police Department where they did NOTHING. This is why many men & women do not come forward. Especially men. The stigma that a man can be sexually assaulted while on the job is basically taboo and unheard of.
I’ve been publicly silent for SEVEN years. While my lawyers (The Bressler Firm) wasted a lot of time with John Travolta’s lawyer (Marty Singer) trying to reach a resolution. After MANY private meetings and multiple settlements offer and getting the runaround, the statute of limitations in New York eventually expired.
Though he doesn’t mention Travolta’s ejaculation in the Twitter thread quoted above, Hutt claims to have kept the jeans bearing Travolta’s semen stains. He also claims that Travolta’s lawyer has offered him three different settlements of $15,000, $35,000 and $75,000, all of which Hutt has turned down.
Hutt he claims his refusal comes from a desire to expose Travolta rather than holding out for a larger sum. He also says that he has received e-mailed death threats since sharing his John Travolta massage therapist story. 

Gay rumors and other John Travolta massage therapist allegations

Rumors about Travolta’s sexuality have long circulated. In a self-published 2010 book entitled You’ll Never Spa in This Town Again, author Robert Randolph claimed to have seen Travolta engaging in different male-on-male sex acts in Los Angeles’ City Spa.
In 2012, two unnamed massage therapists sued Travolta for allegedly initiating sex during their massage sessions. Both accusers ended up dropping their cases.
A 2013 Gawker article entitled “Travolta’s Insurer Paid at Least $84,000 Last Year Over Sexual Assault Claims” mentioned “Fabian Zanzi, a former cruise-ship employee who claimed [Travolta] rubbed his ‘erect penis’ against him.”
And in 2013 stand up routine, comedienne Margaret Cho called Travolta “extremely gay.”

During the bit, she mentioned the two aforementioned anonymous sexual harassment lawsuits brought by massage therapists. When asked about whether she had outed Travolta in her routine, Cho said, “not really” because that’s “like outing Liberace.” She continued:
Ultimately, I think he’s a good guy, and I think he is suffering, and it’s sad for somebody like that, who has made such a big contribution to film and to pop culture, who are made to live under this guise of heterosexuality. I’m actually on his side.
In a 2010 interview with The Advocate, actress Carrie Fisher also said that Travolta was gay.
Travolta is married to American actress Kelly Preston. He is also a prominent member of the Church of Scientology, which believes in “curing” people of their homosexuality.
 
Appeared on Hornetapp  Originally
Pictures thru adamfoxie*blog

June 14, 2017

Super Queer Kevin Spacey Makes Fun of Coming Out- Even Though He Still Closeted






THEO WARGO/GETTY 

Everyone that can remember the name Kevin Spacey knows he is as Queer as $3 dollar bill, except if there was one the President on it would have a head full of hair unlike him. Fake life, fake hair, I hope he knows who the hell he is. This number of coming out and reversing, making fun of it disrespects the anxiety and seriousness about not the event but the process that many of us have gone through. Not funny and not a joke. Most things can be made fun of but when is something that you are and were hiding it makes you a hypocrite and that is something this man is always been. Some might say he was showing what a good actor, a comedian he can be. The thing is there are plenty of great actors male and female and they don't go around making fun of something that it can be painful for some and life and death for others.
Kevin Space you have never been much help to the gay community you belong to whether you agree or not but guess what? WE did fine without you and will in the future.
Adam Gonzalez

                                                                   

He even dressed as Norma Desmond from Sunset Boulevard to sing “As If We Never Said Goodbye.” He took the moment to poke fun of the long-running speculation about his sexuality, singing, “I’m coming out — wait, no no no no.”

The number ended with a tap-dancing routine complete with top hats and canes. 
Spacey, who won a Tony in 1991, joked about his position as host ahead of the ceremony.
“I was their 2nd choice for Usual Suspects, 4th choice for America Beauty and 15th choice to host this year’s Tony Awards. I think my career is definitely going in the right direction,” joked Spacey in a statement. “Maybe I can get shortlisted to host the Oscars if everyone else turns it down.”
Spacey has a strong theater background: He won a Tony in 1991 for Best Supporting Actor in Neil Simon’s Lost in Yonkers. He has also starred in the Broadway and West End productions of Long Day’s Journey into Night and Richard III.
The 71st annual Tony Awards will air live June 11 on CBS from New York’s Radio City Music Hall. 

March 8, 2017

Franklin Graham a True Homophobe (fear of being gay) Now Goes After Disney







What would you call someone who has this particular interest in everything gay? I am sure there are preachers that feel something is wrong but it does not drive their energies and the funds they get from people to support him and his preaching. Of all the things gay he picks on a Disney character that doesn’t know who or what he is. We know that a man that says he is straight but spends his time watching to see what gay people do is not straight just narrow and it meets the definition of homophobe and closeted. I think he is got a fear of being converted but he should know by now gays don’t convert unlike his church. So may be he knows he is and is taken this crusade to proof to himself and others that he is straight~~~~~~~~~~~~~~adamfoxie blog~~~~~~~~~~

When it was announced last week that Disney’s forthcoming Beauty and the Beast film would feature  the company’s first gay character, many responded with singing and dancing. But some conservative Christians have opted for sackcloth and ashes.

Franklin Graham, son of famed evangelist Billy Graham and a lightning rod of controversy himself, tweeted that while Disney has the right to control the content of their cartoons, Christians “also have the right to not support their company.” LifeSiteNews.com, a popular conservative Christian website, launched an online petition to boycott Disney that has already received nearly 100,000 signatures. And at least one Christian theater owner has cancelled screenings of the film.

Conservative Christian outrage over any positive portrayals of LGBT people in film and television is a tale as old as time, but this effort seems particularly misguided. It risks making Christians look like antiquated bigots, and it reeks of moral hypocrisy. And worse, it diverts energy from a more worthwhile effort: teaching Christian children to co-exist in a pluralistic society.

Graham sparked the furor with a Facebook post warning that Disney is “trying to push the LGBT agenda into the hearts and minds of young children.” But Beauty and the Beast has not yet released in theaters, so Graham, like the rest of us, hasn’t actually seen the film. Here’s what we know:


  • There are no explicit discussions in the film about gay rights, gay marriage or the morality of gay relationships.
  • The character in question, Gaston’s manservant LaFou, doesn’t have a husband or a boyfriend or even an explicit same-gender love interest in the film
  • In a single scene, LaFou experiences a “subtle” moment where it seems he may (or may not) be attracted to Gaston.The character is not explicitly gay but rather, according to director Bill Condon, seems “confused about what he wants” and is “somebody who’s just realizing that he has these feelings.”

The nefarious “agenda” to which Graham refers simply does not exist. So boycotting the film makes it appear that these Christians object to the mere existence of gay people. And even if Graham was right and there were some discernable “agenda” in this film, a boycott would reek of hypocrisy. After all, conservative Christian leaders just helped elect Donald Trump and a whopping 81% of white evangelicals voted for the real estate mogul in November. In light of this, the boycott looks like a Mickey Mouse position and Goofy double standard.

It’s impossible to reconcile boycotting Disney for including a kind-of-sort-of-possibly gay character in a film while supporting a thrice-married serial liar who has bragged about bedding married women and has admitted to grabbing women’s genitals without permission. Such a paradoxical position would be a perfect example of what Jesus called “strain[ing] out a gnat but swallowing a camel.” Rankled Christians are motivated by a desire to protect their children from a view of sexuality that conflicts with their religious beliefs. But is boycotting this film the best way to accomplish that goal? LGBT people have long left the closet. They exist in every corner and level of society.

A Christian parent may be able to prohibit their children from viewing a movie, but they will still encounter LGBT people elsewhere. Avoiding the subject of homosexuality will not prepare kids for a world where it is almost totally accepted. It does the opposite, almost assuring they encounter and form opinions about the matter in secular spaces absent their parents. Their energy would be better invested in teaching their children to understand and coexist alongside people who may not share their beliefs and practices.

Some culture warring Christians, however, will continue their crusade against Disney no matter how much it defies logic. It bears mentioning that this isn’t the first time. In 1997, Southern Baptists officially called on Christians to boycott the entertainment company in response to the “gay days” at their theme parks.

Disney thrived despite the resistance they received then. A boycott today would be even less effective now given that conservative Christians wield less cultural influence. If Christians keep shouting “boycott,” don’t be surprised if Disney responds, “Be our guest.”


By Jonathan Merritt who is a contributing writer for The Atlantic and senior columnist for Religion News Service.

November 16, 2016

Judge Bill Pryor in Tux and Naked in Bad Puppy Porn Site


 Bill Pryor, Suspended as Judge

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 This is Bill Pryor. Copy of Picture crop to hide his endowment
 
Donald Trump's victory in Tuesday night's Presidential Election paved the way for what could be a series of appointments to the country's highest court. Among the names on a Trump list of possible future Supreme Court Justices is an Alabama native and former state Attorney General known as a conservative jurist.

Bill Pryor, a Mobile native, is on Trump's list of 21 possible Supreme Court nominees. Pryor has steadfastly opposed Roe v. Wade – which legalized abortion – ruled against gay marriage and for religious organizations fighting Obamacare contraceptive mandates.

Those rulings align with what Trump said he was looking for in future nominees.

"(The candidates) are representative of the kind of constitutional principles I value and, as president, I plan to use this list as a guide to nominate our next United States Supreme Court Justices," Trump said in a statement at the time.

Pryor served as Alabama's Attorney General from 1997-2004, becoming the youngest state AG in the U.S. In 2005, Pryor was nominated by President George W. Bush a U.S. Circuit Judge for the 11th Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals.

A Catholic, Pryor is a 1984 graduate of Northeast Louisiana University and a 1987 graduate of Tulane University School of Law. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law and deputy AG in Alabama from 1995-1997. He still serves as a visiting professor for the University of Alabama’s School of Law.

                                                          He is also an ex bad puppy

Judge Pryor also had interesting teen years as in badpuppy.com in a porno site. He appears naked as shown on the picture.

One of the Pictures of ex Judge Pryor was obtain on the following site:

adamfoxie blog was approached and made aware about this picture and the Judge early summer job. We did not see fitting with this site at the time of high importance and many other important things to post. But once this anti gay individual might be invited to work somewhere near the white House then at that point the truth should be put out there. People should know that he opposes what he is and for sure was when he was younger.
Pryor denies thats him but that is to be expected from this man.

October 25, 2016

Engaged but Closeted Scottish RAF Flyer Found Dead



 Robert Fleeting found hunted just before



The family of a Scottish soldier found hanged in his room insist that he did not kill himself and may have died as a result of a ‘besting’.

Robert Fleeting, 24, from East Kilrbide, was found dead at RAF Benson, Oxforshire, in September 2011.
A coroner ruled that the senior aircraftsman, who was engaged to be married, hanged himself after having consensual sex with another man.

A postmortem examination found rectal damage on Robert, but the medic that he had sex with said that Robert was not the receptive one when they had intercourse.

However, his parents Charlie and Susan suspect foul play and believe he was killed to cover up an initiation ceremony that went wrong.
Charlie said: ‘Two police officers came to the door and told me that Robert had passed away and gave me a number to call.


(Picture: Justice for Robert)
(Picture: Justice for Robert)


‘It was RAF Benson. I was told immediately that Robert had hanged himself in his room.
‘The police officer in charge also said later it was “a classic suicide”. But the more inquiries we made the more inconsistencies emerged.’
Robert was found hanged in his room with suicide notes to his family in the room.

On the night before, Saturday, September 3, 2011, Robert and some of his colleagues from RAF Benson went out for the night in nearby Henley, where they were joined by medics from the base.

Witnesses said Robert danced, appeared to be happy and was not drunk.
He was discovered the next day when two friends went to find him after he failed to turn up for his shift.

An inquest found Robert, who was engaged, took his own life after having sex with a gay medic and struggling with his sexuality.

The post-mortem examination took place at the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford two days after Robert’s death, which is when rectal damage was detected.
The body was returned to the family – still unaware of the findings – and cremated, with the permission of the police, less than two weeks after the death.

Charlie says that he has no problem that Robert had a homosexual encounter but until then his family believe he was entirely heterosexual.
He had had several girlfriends, he was engaged to be married and had just given his fiancee £300 for a wedding dress.

At the inquest in April 2012, the Oxfordshire coroner Nicholas Gardiner concluded that Robert had taken his own life.

He said: ‘One difficulty which has been put to me is the fact there is no indication he had homosexual tendencies prior to this event.
‘That is one powerful argument – that he might have been distressed that a homosexual act had occurred.

‘That would have been a dreadful blow to someone who was engaged to be married. I strongly suspect it was that realisation which caused him to take the action he did.
‘If he did take that action, I cannot conceive it would be an accidental event given the notes that he left.’

The ‘suicide’ notes, addressed to family members, scrawled and sprawling, apparently written when intoxicated, were likely to be Robert’s, according to an expert handwriting witness.

Charlie said: ‘We don’t believe these to be Robert’s. His grammar and girlfriend’s name are wrong.
‘Robert was very close to his sister and if he was leaving this world he would have mentioned Stacy-Anne.’

The case was referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission that found there had been failings by Thames Valley Police. One being the lack of explanation as to how he suffered internal injuries.
There were also questions raised about whether he would have been able to kill himself the way he did.

The report also questioned the failure of the inquiry to establish whether a specialist knot used was one that the RAF man could perform.
Charlie Fleeting claims that he could not.

The IPCC also slated the police for accepting the word of the key witness, the medic, despite him giving contradictory statements.
Charlie said: ‘Right from the start police made up their minds that it was a suicide, there was no proper investigation.

‘No investigation of [Ray’s] room, no fingerprinting, or DNA, no explanation of the T-shirt, which clearly wasn’t Robert’s, no explanation of where his underwear went to.’
The family have now obtained a penal notice from court ordering police to hand over all of the files on the case. Thames Valley Police has until Wednesday, November 2, to respond.
The RAF conducted its own inquiry but it has not been shared with Robert’s parents or made public.


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