A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
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A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
02-19-2015, 10:17 PM
Post: #1
A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
Quote:“Officer of the Year” Admits to Raping 20 Male Immigrants, Not Charged as Sex Offender
By Matt Agorist on February 17, 2015

[Image: serial-rapist-cop-avoids-sex-offender.jpg]

Broward County, FL — A former Florida police officer has admitted to forcing undocumented immigrants into having sex with him.

Jonathan Bleiweiss, 34, pleaded guilty to an array of charges last week, admitting to 14 counts of armed false imprisonment, 15 counts of battery and four counts of stalking. However, he avoided all of the charges with “sex” in them.

Most likely due to his police officer status, this former Broward Sheriff’s deputy was given an insultingly lenient plea deal. As part of that deal, Bleiweiss did not face charges of sexual battery, and as such will not be required by the state of Florida to register as a sex offender.

A group of approximately 20 undocumented immigrants alleged that Bleiweiss, harassed them, molested them during pat-downs, and threatened them with deportation if they refused to perform sex acts.

Eerily enough, just after this officer was named Employee of the Year for his district, Bleiweiss told the South Florida Blade newspaper that early in his career one of his supervisors taunted him by calling him “sex offender,” for being openly gay.

However, the label, now fitting, will not be applied. Bleiweiss was sentenced to five years in jail and ten years of probation but avoided the sex offender designation altogether.

Undocumented immigrant workers are often targeted by unscrupulous individuals as they have very little recourse when trying to report crimes committed against them, because of their “illegal” status. Bleiweiss likely chose this vulnerable group of people to violate and abuse, for this reason.

In the end, Bleiweiss was charged with arbitrary battery charges relating to patdowns he conducted while on duty; nothing else.

Broward Public Defender Howard Finkelstein called the outcome, “shocking and shameful to the whole county.”

The Sun-Sentinel reported on another contrasting case that played out in court on the same day as Bleiweiss’ deal. Eric Beasley, 25, a former high school teacher from Broward, was sentenced to 20 years in prison after admitting to having a sexual relationship with an underage student, a 14-year-old girl.

Both men obviously abused their positions of authority, and both men victimized underage teens. But only one of them did it to multiple victims. Only one of them carries a badge and a gun and throws people in prison for the same crimes he committed. And, only one of them was able to get special privileges for their depravity. The cop.

The original investigation began in April of 2009 after multiple complaints were brought against Bleiweiss. However, he was allowed to stay on the job for several months after. During those several months, Bleiweiss racked up more victims, including the underage teen.

Finkelstein pointed out the double standard, “If this had been a teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student, all it would take is one complaint and they’d be removed from the classroom and charged…These cases show there are two sets of standards — one for police and another for the general public.”
Source: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/officer...-offender/

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02-20-2015, 06:30 AM
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
It's a bit of a triple standard when you factor in the "Illegal Alien" vulnerability aspect.
Religious standards, belief in Authority, what can you say? Police are the Temple Guards for the High Priests in their black robes.
Disgusting.

(but i'm glad to aware of the story, so thanks for the reporting Andy)

Is it voluntary? (because if it isn't, what inherently is it?)
And can it be voluntary, if there's indoctrination, intimidation, coercion, threats & initiation of violence?
[not to be confused with asking: can it be said to be "voluntary" even when such is present.?]
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02-20-2015, 07:30 AM
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
Are You a Submitizen?

NonEntity Wrote:...make the choice.

I am not saying that I have any magic answers, I am only trying to point out that it is only through our use and acquiescence that this system has been able to turn us from people to property. You become the property of the fiction that controls your paperwork. You cease to exist. You become a unit of inventory.

It is time to stop acting like a number, and the first step is to understand how important it is to see others as individual human beings. We are not numbers. Only we as individuals can make this real. If we walk like numbers, quack like numbers, chances are we ARE numbers.

(continues...)


There is no "we."

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02-20-2015, 02:32 PM
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Looks like the employee of the year to me,....0.o

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03-01-2015, 03:01 PM
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
(02-19-2015 10:17 PM)Andy Wrote:  
Quote:“Officer of the Year” Admits to Raping 20 Male Immigrants, Not Charged as Sex Offender
By Matt Agorist on February 17, 2015

[Image: serial-rapist-cop-avoids-sex-offender.jpg]

Broward County, FL — A former Florida police officer has admitted to forcing undocumented immigrants into having sex with him.

Jonathan Bleiweiss, 34, pleaded guilty to an array of charges last week, admitting to 14 counts of armed false imprisonment, 15 counts of battery and four counts of stalking. However, he avoided all of the charges with “sex” in them.

Most likely due to his police officer status, this former Broward Sheriff’s deputy was given an insultingly lenient plea deal. As part of that deal, Bleiweiss did not face charges of sexual battery, and as such will not be required by the state of Florida to register as a sex offender.

A group of approximately 20 undocumented immigrants alleged that Bleiweiss, harassed them, molested them during pat-downs, and threatened them with deportation if they refused to perform sex acts.

Eerily enough, just after this officer was named Employee of the Year for his district, Bleiweiss told the South Florida Blade newspaper that early in his career one of his supervisors taunted him by calling him “sex offender,” for being openly gay.

However, the label, now fitting, will not be applied. Bleiweiss was sentenced to five years in jail and ten years of probation but avoided the sex offender designation altogether.

Undocumented immigrant workers are often targeted by unscrupulous individuals as they have very little recourse when trying to report crimes committed against them, because of their “illegal” status. Bleiweiss likely chose this vulnerable group of people to violate and abuse, for this reason.

In the end, Bleiweiss was charged with arbitrary battery charges relating to patdowns he conducted while on duty; nothing else.

Broward Public Defender Howard Finkelstein called the outcome, “shocking and shameful to the whole county.”

The Sun-Sentinel reported on another contrasting case that played out in court on the same day as Bleiweiss’ deal. Eric Beasley, 25, a former high school teacher from Broward, was sentenced to 20 years in prison after admitting to having a sexual relationship with an underage student, a 14-year-old girl.

Both men obviously abused their positions of authority, and both men victimized underage teens. But only one of them did it to multiple victims. Only one of them carries a badge and a gun and throws people in prison for the same crimes he committed. And, only one of them was able to get special privileges for their depravity. The cop.

The original investigation began in April of 2009 after multiple complaints were brought against Bleiweiss. However, he was allowed to stay on the job for several months after. During those several months, Bleiweiss racked up more victims, including the underage teen.

Finkelstein pointed out the double standard, “If this had been a teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student, all it would take is one complaint and they’d be removed from the classroom and charged…These cases show there are two sets of standards — one for police and another for the general public.”
Source: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/officer...-offender/

--&e

Here in Salinas, CA we had an employee of the police department (not a cop) involved in the Police Action League (PAL) which is a youth program designed to keep them out of trouble. This guy was found to be having sex with two girls 14-15 years old. One girl became pregnant. He and the City were sued and the City paid out about $200K in settlement. The guy served a little over a year in prison -- and DID NOT have to register as a sex offender. Anyone else would be in prison for at least 8 years, and be labeled a sex offender for life. I don't know where he did his time, but I'm guessing the California Men's Colony -- where they send all cops and elected officials to keep them from getting killed.

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03-05-2015, 09:52 AM
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
(02-20-2015 07:30 AM)NonEntity Wrote:  Are You a Submitizen?

Two Thumbs Up Grinning Good article. Thanks for the link.

Now, back to the issue at hand. [The discussion began here. I thought it best to bring it to the forum rather than continue on the NSP Show Notes comment section.]

(02-19-2015 06:46 PM)NonEntity Wrote:  
(02-19-2015 06:09 PM)Andy Wrote:  
(02-19-2015 06:01 PM)NonEntity Wrote:  
(02-19-2015 05:51 PM)Andy Wrote:  
Quote:ryan Says:
February 19th, 2015 at 9:43 am
what is the basic question Marc Stevens,and how should it be written down? how should it be asked? In a motion?
Quote:Andy Says:
February 19th, 2015 at 4:15 pm
@ryan, Basic question… Is it voluntary? [That’s probably not what you’re asking for, even though that’s what your question asks. Perhaps you can be specific.]

How should it be written down… Is it voluntary?

How should it be asked… Is it voluntary?

In a motion???…

I apologize in advance for being as cryptic as you.
Quote:NonEntity Says:
February 19th, 2015 at 4:40 pm
AndHominem sed: I apologize in advance for being as cryptic as you.

And compound it by being dishonest? Good move! Wink

NonEntity, what is it that I wrote that you believe is dishonest?

--&e

"I apologize..."

Are you questioning my sincerity? Do you not believe I was truly apologetic?

--&e

You betcha, Boobsie! Wink

Andy Wrote:@ryan, Basic question… Is it voluntary? [That’s probably not what you’re asking for, even though that’s what your question asks. Perhaps you can be specific.]

Obviously that doesn't count for anything with you, right? Lest I not forget that you've been known to omit key words, phrases and sometimes a whole sentence to suit your need for attention.

--&e

Post script: regarding "AndHominem sed", are you still ticked off about this...

(12-12-2014 06:42 AM)Andy Wrote:  To Tell The Truth -- Will the real NonEntity please stand up...




Howz about a big round of applause for NonEntity persona coming out of the closet -- albeit, somewhat reluctantly/humbly -- for Marc's audience at his Libertopia talk.

Applause

--&e

I can only imagine how uncomfortable it was for you at Marc's talk at Libertopia where some (many?) of the people in the audience most likely read this forum. With your NonEntity (aka Board Nazi) reputation preceding you; as those in attendance put two-and-two together. Suddenly realizing the in-the-flesh person is also NonEntity--one and the same.

And then they hear and see Marc's reaction, "I didn't get the full look of death". Which he took in stride. I consider that a valuable character trait attributed to the many times Marc has experienced being on the receiving end of many black-robbed narcissist "judges" giving him various looks of death for exposing their true colors in open court.

Apparently, Marc has been on the receiving end, or at least in the presence of your "full look of death."

AndHominem asks, shall I refer to you as NarcisistEntity? Wink

I mean, we wouldn't want a double standard, right? Like before you "graduated" from referring to your persona as Grammar Nazi to your latest, Board Nazi & Cartoon Character. As Grammar Nazi you got a kick out of pointing out other people's misspelled words while you gave yourself a free-pass while being, arguably, the most prolific misspeller.

-- Wink

Also, this...
NonEntity Wrote:Obviously you're using an old browser because you're an idiot. [Source].
NonEntity Wrote:You're trying to prove you're an idiot and can't read simple English, right? [Source.]
NonEntity Wrote:And if that is your complaint with him, then you're an idiot. [Source.]
NonEntity Wrote:did I mention you're an asshole? Ah, yes, I already did that. Nevermind. [Source.]
NonEntity Wrote:Bruce, you don't HAVE to be an asshole, we'll love you anyway. [Source.]
NonEntity Wrote:Hey asshole, I just gave you... [Source.]

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'Nuff said.

-- Wink

Opps! I "lied". There's one more thing. It's Important.

Here's a quote from an article, Ex-NU prof goes from teaching 'Survivor' to playing it, posted at, Worlds Apart.

Quote:But if you can keep your cool and feel like you have a good strong sense of who you are outside of the game, and the ability to draw a firm boundary between your identity as a human being versus your identity as a reality TV show contestant, then it's liberating.

Glaring a "look of death" at Marc for his acknowledgment of you for helping with the cameras is not keeping one's cool. Nor would I imagine it was a liberating experience to have your forum persona/identity "clash" with your real-space identity. 'Cause, apparently, they're one and the same.

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03-05-2015, 10:24 AM (This post was last modified: 03-05-2015 10:27 AM by NonEntity.)
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
Ah but you make a mistake. I don't give myself a free pass on spelling or anything else. That's a false claim. Feel free to point out my stoopiditease and assholities whenever you find them. I just have a low tolerance for those who are pompous arrogant assholes AND don't care to try to spell - in otherwords, hypocrites. And it may very well be that I misunderstood the meaning of SillyBumz post. It certainly sounds to me that he is taking the statist stance where it is expected that the victim must prove his innocence (sp?) rather than the statist rhetoric which proclaims the opposite.

P.S. Kudos for moving it to the forum.

- NonE the severely deluded Sister Sleazious .).

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03-05-2015, 01:08 PM
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
(03-05-2015 10:24 AM)NonEntity Wrote:  Ah but you make a mistake. I don't give myself a free pass on spelling or anything else. That's a false claim. Feel free to point out my stoopiditease and assholities whenever you find them. I just have a low tolerance for those who are pompous arrogant assholes AND don't care to try to spell - in otherwords, hypocrites. And it may very well be that I misunderstood the meaning of SillyBumz post. It certainly sounds to me that he is taking the statist stance where it is expected that the victim must prove his innocence (sp?) rather than the statist rhetoric which proclaims the opposite.

P.S. Kudos for moving it to the forum.

You know NonE....I realized that in a previous post, you confirmed that you were once a smoker. If, at any point in time, you smoked in public or within the vicinity of another person, doesn't that mean you attacked them? I mean, you destroyed their clean air. Is that hypocritical?
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03-05-2015, 01:28 PM
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
No more than you when you exhale or fart. Please tell me this is not a serious question.

- NonE the severely deluded Sister Sleazious .).

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03-05-2015, 04:09 PM
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RE: A Different Sort of Double Standard In Court
(03-05-2015 01:28 PM)NonEntity Wrote:  No more than you when you exhale or fart. Please tell me this is not a serious question.

Does exhaling and farting cause cancer in others?
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