Saturday, August 13, 2011
Second, Norma Jean Baker's alter-ego bleached her "downstairs" hair. It can be done. It's just super-creepy and a bit pervy. Marilyn Monroe was into porn and stuff, so it benefited her career. But how could you blame her for doing many of the pervy things she did? As a young child, she was devastatingly abused. I wouldn't excuse abusing others, but the damage she incurred was to herself, except for her horrible influence on others, and the pain she caused her husbands (some of them), and the wives of the men who used and abused her. Even the whole famous dress over the subway grate that was horrifying to DiMaggio was a result of her having been abused as a child. Marilyn Monroe was the result of her abuse. It was all she could do to keep from committing suicide. That is what it is, though: Dissociate Identity Disorder, as it is with all people who change their legal names and create a different person for themselves because they don't love themselves as God made them. They should be pitied, not heralded.
Friday, August 12, 2011
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Tuesday, August 9, 2011
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former police officer, cleared of rape charges but convicted of official misconduct, was sentenced on Monday to one year in prison for repeatedly returning to the apartment of a drunken woman while on duty.
Former New York City Police Officer Kenneth Moreno and his co-defendant, former Officer Franklin Mata, were accused of helping an intoxicated fashion executive into her East Village apartment in 2008, then returning to the apartment three separate times and raping her while she lay semi-conscious and helpless.
Moreno testified he had only cuddled with her in bed and had returned to the apartment to counsel her on binge drinking.
A jury in May -- faced with no DNA evidence and an admittedly intoxicated witness whose recollection was fuzzy -- cleared the men of felony rape and burglary charges.
But the jury convicted both Mata and Moreno, who admitted calling in a fake 911 call to give them an opportunity to return to the apartment, of official misconduct charges. Both were stripped of their badges.
Before sentencing Moreno on Monday, a judge ridiculed his trial testimony as a "clear" case of perjury.
"You told a story that was incredible," said state Supreme Court Justice Gregory Carro. "Your testimony was classic for admitting what you couldn't deny and denying what you couldn't admit."
Watching from the front row was their accuser, supported by several members of the National Organization for Women in the seats behind her.
The officers had helped the woman into her building after a cab driver called 911 to report that his passenger was too drunk to get out of his taxi. But they returned three more times that night without notifying dispatchers, prosecutors said.
Carro said he was imposing the maximum sentence on Moreno, giving him one year in prison for each of the three counts, noting the law required they be served concurrently.
The prosecution team disagreed with that legal interpretation and asked for what they said was the maximum: two years in prison.
Moreno's attorney, Joseph Tacopina, said three misdemeanor convictions for a first-time offender did not warrant a jail sentence, adding that the probation department has recommended no prison time.
He said he would file a motion seeking to release his client on bail pending appeal.
Mata's sentencing was postponed until Wednesday.
Moreno still faces drug possession charges stemming from heroin found inside his locker. The next hearing on that case is September 12, when a trial date will be set, Carro said.
(Editing by Barbara Goldberg and Greg McCune)
Why don't they ever go after the police who drive drunk? Doesn't seem like that difficult a concept...If you choose to endanger those whom you've sworn to protect, you're out on your ear and in a 12 x 8 cell. You'd think the courts could get that much right...except that to even make it to the courts, you've got to penetrate the good ol' boys club of the police force, and make a freakin' arrest.