Thursday, November 30, 2017

When Kidnapping and Rape is not a Matt Lauer Felony

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

I honestly am puzzled about Jeff Sessions and the New York Attorney General's office, as they manufacture evidence against a Harvey Weinstein and let Kevin Spacey skate, in the story of Matt Lauer who was fired from NBC over sexual misconduct. There are a series of accusations, but one leaped out at me which should have received attention, instead of being buried at the bottom of the pyramid story in the media.

Perhaps most bizarre, Lauer, Variety claims, had something referred to as a "Lauer lock": Lauer "had a button under his desk that allowed him to lock his door from the inside without getting up … It allowed him to welcome female employees and initiate inappropriate contact while knowing nobody could walk in on him.”
At least two women reported that they were exposed to sexual harassment that involved the lock button.

One must understand the legalities that when one engages in restraining anyone and  adds to it the intimidation of sexual contact, that this has moved beyond locked doors and making a pass at a  woman. What Matt Lauer engaged in was kidnapping, as once that door was locked, it was kidnapping, and once sexual intimidation took place, that becomes attempted rape.

In fact, any person who intentionally restricts another's freedom of movement without their consent (and without legal justification) may be liable for false imprisonment, which is both a crime and a civil wrong. It can occur in a room, on the streets, or even in a moving vehicle—just as long as the subject is unable to move freely, against his or her will.

If you note in kidnapping and the rape charge, those are both felonies. Figuring the penalties, Matt Lauer should be looking at 15 to 40 years in Vaseline ass hammer hotel in upstate New York. A place where Matt will have lots of locks on door there and where alot of men would like sowing their dong to Matt and teaching Matt how to be like the women he was kidnapping and trying to rape.

Examples of false imprisonment may include:
  • A person locking another person in a room without their permission
  • A person holding something of value to another person with the intent to make the person stay in a certain place, and without the consent of the person whose valuables are being held
  • A person grabbing onto another person without their consent, and holding them so that they cannot leave
  • A security guard or store owner who detains you for an unreasonable amount of time based on the way you look or dress
  • An employer who detains someone for questioning for an unreasonable amount of time for suspected theft
  • Nursing home staff who medicates a patient without their consent under physical or emotional threat

Now you see why the Lame Cherry is puzzled in this, as Jeff Sessions has before him a case where there was kidnapping and rape involving women, two women. There is a little matter in this that MATT LAUER HAD NBC INSTALL THE LOCK SWITCH, that is not a hostile work environment that is a major NBC corporation aiding and abetting multiple felonies. Gloria Allred representing these women could retire on the settlement NBC would have to pay out over this civil suit.

Just to make a point in this in the trouble NBC is in, say you had an employee named Charles Manson, and you installed for him a lock button to kidnap and  rape women, do you think that you would be in trouble or going home to your 30 million dollar apartment?

That is what is so confusing about all of this, in the accusers against Roy Moore who have been proven liars, have calls from Mitch McConnell for Moore to resign along with John Thune. No one says a word about Kevin Spacey raping little boys though.  Then there is Al Franken who is molesting women and he gets a pass in the McConnell senate over his crimes. Harvey Weinstein though has multiple agencies on both coasts trying to put him into prison, and then there is Matt Lauer, who works for the deep state kidnaps and tries to rape women, and once again Jeff Sessions and the police state never have it register that kidnapping is kidnapping and rape is rape and both of them are real crimes.

Matt Lauer, kidnapping and rape, and no charges, no investigation, no grand jury, just like Hillary Clinton, Al Franken, Kevin Spacey and all of those other well established people.

Nuff Said