Thursday, June 24, 2010

Al Gore Accused Of Sex Assault; Police Refuse Forensic Evidence Offered

Corrupt police department refuses to investigate evidence against Al Gore for sexual assault despite victim statement and forensic evidence offered to prove it

Portland woman says Al Gore groped her in hotel room |
A Portland massage therapist gave local police a detailed statement last year alleging that former Vice President Al Gore groped her, kissed her and made unwanted sexual advances during a late-night massage session in October 2006 in a suite at the upscale Hotel Lucia.

The woman told investigators that she informed two friends and kept the clothes she wore that night, including her black pants with stains on them. But Portland police didn't contact any of the woman's friends, obtain the potential evidence or interview anyone at the hotel, records show.

"The case was not investigated any further because detectives concluded there was insufficient evidence to support the allegations," the Portland Police Bureau said in a prepared statement Wednesday
WTF?! What the hell happened here?

Victim statement and forensic evidence offered. Police, inexplicably, astonishingly, and apparently refusing to do their job, refuse to investigate The Goreacle.

What the feck?!!!

Expect a massive coverup and propaganda campaign to protect not only the Goreacle but also the massive "progressive" corruptocracy which apparently controls the police to the point that the police are unable to enforce the law and are instead used for political and ideological purposes.

We see such evidence of apparent police corruption all the time. They're used as gestapo to persecute and deprive the rights of Christians in order to appease the Islamic Supremacists, and they're used to protect "progressive" criminals from consequences for criminal action.

Next thing you know, they'll protect, who, Obama perhaps, from investigation for allegations of, what, pedophiliac rape?   Does anyone think that the police could possibly ever go after Obama, considering the corruption endemic within law enforcement apparati and top-down interference with the ability of investigators to do their job?

Nevertheless, we're not supposed to dare to think that the police can't be trusted, no matter how corrput they apparently are.  We'll be sternly admonished not to "go there"...

1 comment:

Balbulican said...

Steve, do you actually read the articles you link to?

Do you not understand that the reason there is "insufficient evidence" is that the alleged therapist cancelled three consecutive attempts by the police to interview her, then told them she was going to pursue the case in civil court, and didn't?

Did you you miss that part???