Wednesday, May 8, 2013

#1513: Marine Links Murdoch’s Most Wanted Amazon IMDb to Rapists’ Muslim Innocence With Gorelick Benghazi

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Rupert Murdoch’s America’s Most Wanted personalities in the Amazon Internet Movie Database (‘IMDb’) to Jamie Gorelick’s alleged use of paroled rapists and the “Innocence of Muslims” movie timeline as decoys for the filmed torture murder of the late Christopher Stevens, Barack Obama’s U.S. Ambassador to Libya.

#1512: Marine Links Murdoch’s Most Wanted IMDb Snuff Films to Clinton’s Benghazi JABS

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America's Most Wanted, Case Profiled: Ronald Rob, Rapist, 1996 – [launch of DOJ Murder Lab by Jamie Gorelick, Janet Reno and Kristine Marcy]

Innocence of Muslims movie trailer [allegedly produced by Murdoch’s Must Wanted personalities in Gorelick/Amazon Internet Movie Database (‘IMDb’) and injected into mass Arab media through Nortel]

Imus in the Morning - Clinton Administration's Jamie Gorelick Joins BP [Murdoch’s Most Wanted allegedly sabotaged BP/Deepwater Horizon]

The Atlantic Wire …. A Benghazi Whistleblower Has Now Put Words into Chris Stevens's Mouth
Gowdy then presented Hicks with with a speculative line of questioning, clearly in reference to the now-famous Susan Rice Sunday talk-show talking points. Gowdy asked about the reported demonstration at Stevens's villa and how the State Department initially connected it to violence that spurred from protests in Cairo, which were spurred by the Innocence of Muslims film. So Gowdy tied it all together around a frantic phone call while "under attack." Indeed, Gowdy posed quite the hypothetical:

Gowdy: Would a highly decorated career diplomat have told you, or Washington, had there been a demonstration outside his facility that day?
Hicks: Yes, sir, he would have.
Gowdy: Did he [Amb. Stevens] mention one word about a protest?
Hicks: No, sir, he did not.
… But none of the speculation, or the grandstanding, or the careful and emotional testimony from Hicks andhis fellow chief whistleblower Mark Thompson taught us much of anything new about what's been out there for the last six months or so: that Republicans are very concerned with Susan Rice's talking points, that conservatives are concerned that the administration didn't just do a bad job telling us what happened last September 11th but willfully misled the public (also: Hillary). The dramatic questioning of Hicks over the sad phone call didn't shed any light on other new realities — like how Hicks missed two calls from Stevens during the attack, or why the defense official Hicks was speaking to had a completely different timeline over reinforcements than did the U.S.'s top military officials. And maybe that's the saddest part of all: True sadness was, today on Capitol Hill, trumped by ignorance of sadness and the willful stuffing of words into a dead man's mouth.”
ABC News … ‘Most Wanted’ Actors Face Rape Charges
 L O S   A N G E L E S, July 20

Two actors who appeared on television's America's Most Wanted have been arrested for allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old girl living at an abused children's shelter.

The alleged acts occurred in January after a film crew finished shooting a segment of the show in an alley next to the shelter.

Arrested were Cristian Saliadarre, 28, who surrendered to police Wednesday and 27-year-old Anthony Alvarez, who was arrested two weeks ago. Both men have pleaded innocent to charges of sodomy and oral copulation with a person under 16, said Deputy District Attorney Melinda Murray. If convicted, both men face up to three years and eight months in prison. Their next hearing is scheduled for Aug. 14.

Authorities said one of the men climbed through a window at the Children of the Night shelter, which helps sexually abused teens and former prostitutes, and allegedly had sex with the girl in her dormitory room. She later climbed out of the window and allegedly had sex with the other man in the alley, authorities said.

Defense attorneys said their clients did not know the girl was 14.

"My client is innocent," said Alvarez's lawyer, Gilbert Moret. "The girl in question . . . misled my client into believing she was older."

The alleged victim, now 15, said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times that she had consensual sex with the two men.

A statement released by Fox Television, which distributes America's Most Wanted, said the alleged incidents occurred after filming had ended and the crew and actors had gone home. The segment filmed the night of the alleged crimes won't air.

Nevitt Greene, the show's production manager, said both men had been recommended by a Los Angeles casting agency and doubted either suspect had worked on the show more than once.

Saliadarre's attorney, Sammy Weiss, said his client is an actor and model who appeared regularly on the show.” America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back (1988– )
"America's Most Wanted" (original title)
TV Series  -   60 min  -  Documentary | Crime | Drama
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Ratings: 7.0/10 from 632 users    Reviews: 15 user 1 critic
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