Wednesday, June 8, 2011

11-06-09 Penis Pump Judge // El juez de la bomba del pene // 阴茎泵法官

What is missing from the report below, is any discussion of reversing any of Judge Thompson's rulings, orders, judgments, made under the influence of the pump :).

Penis Pump Judge Tin Anniversary
23-year Creek County Oklahoma judge and former state legislator Donald William Thompson, 59, showed no reaction when the court sentenced him to four years in prison in 2006 on jury convictions of four felonies for autoerotic bench activities – indecent exposure.  Court Reporter Lisa Foster testified that he had exposed his genitalia at least 15 times during trial between 2001 and 2003.  So this season constitutes Thompson’s 10th (Tin) anniversary of Lisa’s first shocking observation of the judge hard at work – on himself.  According to prosecutors, he used a penis pump in at least four of those episodes. 

Thompson took a cue from Bill Clinton in the “Did you ever smoke marijuana” question (“yes, but I didn’t inhale”).  He claimed he had never used the penis pump on himself to masturbate, but may have merely squeezed the handle a few times, absentmindedly of course.  Officers had photographed the pump under Thompson’s bench desk in 2003 during a recess after seeing plastic tubing disappear under his robe during court.  They also found semen on the judge’s robes, chair, or carpet under the bench.

I only want to know:

·         … how did the semen manage to escape from the pump when…?

·         … and how can a judge keep track of a proceeding in the throes of heightened sexual arousal, orgasm, and ejaculation?  Imagine the mess in that robe when…

Never mind the speculative questions.  And I apologize for the mental pictures they evoked.  I don’t know how you’ll ever get those lurid images out of your thoughts. Can you ever forgive me, that is, can you forgive Judge Thompson?

Back to the point, now.  Clearly, Thompson felt bored with his work, and he may have yearned for some risk and excitement that he couldn’t get otherwise in his home or career.  Oops, more speculation. 

Back to the facts.  He said a friend had given him the pump as a joke.  And he refused psychosexual testing. 

The jury recommended a year in jail and $1000 fine.  Judge C. Allen McCall gave Thompson four years and a $40,000 fine.  I guess Allen felt punitive for Thompson’s making the judiciary a public laughing stock. Thompson had to register as a sex offender, a certain embarrassment to his wife and three grown children.  And he may have forfeited his $80K annual pension.

At least now the public now know another way those voluminous robes serve judges – to hide autoerotic paraphernalia, like penis pumps.

Some people insist Thompson did nothing wrong; others say he got what he deserved.

I called the Creek County Oklahoma jail today.  The officer on duty told me the jail released Thompson on 7 June 2010, and that officers arrested him and took him to jail again, this time for stalking, on 3 March 2011, and released him the same day.  Ex-judge Donald Thompson has had a hard time living a righteous life.

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11-06-07 Alternet: Top 5 Wikileaks under-reported disclosures // Top 5 Wikileaks revelaciones subestimada // 前5 Wikileaks的少报披露


5 WikiLeaks Hits of 2011 That Are Turning the World on Its Head -- And That the Media Are Ignoring

Is 2011 capable of exceeding 2010's revelations? And what discoveries in 2011 has WikiLeaks unearthed thus far?
June 7, 2011  | 


Between Collateral Murder, the Iraq War Logs, the Afghan War Diary, and Cablegate, it appeared as though 2010 would go down in history as the most shocking year in WikiLeaks revelations. Americans discovered that trigger-happy soldiers who have been trained to kill are likely to shoot innocent civilians, including journalists and children. They learned that the US military handed over detainees they knew would be tortured to the Iraqis, and as a matter of policy, failed to investigate the hundreds of reported torture and abuse by Iraqi police and military. The Afghanistan logs showed many more civilians killed than previously known, along with once-secret US assassination missions against insurgents. And Cablegate shed light on a US foreign policy that values self-interest over democracy and human rights at all costs, perpetuating anti-American sentiment in the process.

Is 2011 capable of exceeding 2010's revelations? And what discoveries in 2011 has WikiLeaks unearthed thus far?

1) The Arab Spring: Information is power.
Amnesty International recently drew a link between the protests in the Arab world and the release by WikiLeaks of thousands of secret U.S. diplomatic documents. In fact, the United Nations recently declared Internet access a basic human right in a report that cites WikiLeaks and the Arab Spring as driving factors.

2) The 'worst of the worst' [in Guantanamo] included children, the elderly, the mentally ill, and journalists.
These files paint a stunning picture of an oppressive detention system riddled with incoherence and cruelty at every stage
Despite President Obama's promise to close it, the shameful, legal black hole that is Guantanamo is still open for business: 172 detainees remain imprisoned at Guantanamo, about 50 of whom are being subjected to indefinite detention.

3) US allies are among the leading funders of international terrorism.
Therefore, the US government, well aware for years of Saudi Arabia's disgusting exploitation of children, has remained a steadfast ally of the world's biggest financier of terrorism.

4) World leaders are practically lighting a fire under the Arctic.

Greenpeace oil campaigner Ben Ayliffe underscores the danger of this mentality:

These latest Wikileaks revelations expose something profoundly concerning. Instead of seeing the melting of the Arctic ice cap as a spur to action on climate change, the leaders of the Arctic nations are instead investing in military hardware to fight for the oil beneath it. They're preparing to fight to extract the very fossil fuels that caused the melting in the first place. It's like pouring gasoline on a fire.
5) Washington would let them starve to protect US corporate interests. The Nation has teamed up with the Haitian weekly newspaper Haiti Libert�, to analyze some 2,000 Haiti-related diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks.
In a clear symbol of who it serves, the US State Department stepped in to exert pressure on Haiti's president, who duly carved out a $3 a day minimum wage for textile companies. But, according to the Nation's expose, that was still too much: "Still the US Embassy wasn't pleased. A deputy chief of mission, David E. Lindwall, said the $5 per day minimum "did not take economic reality into account" but was a populist measure aimed at appealing to "the unemployed and underpaid masses."
To understand the barbarity of this behavior, consider that a Haitian family of three (two kids) needed $12.50 a day in 2008 to make ends meet.