[MyCentralOregon.Com] (NEW YORK) ‐ A former IT contractor for Jeffrey Epstein who said that he ended their business relationship over personal concerns about gaggles of apparently unsupervised young women on the embattled financier’s private island told ABC News that his reluctance to continue working there was underscored by what he said was an extensive collection of photos of topless women displayed throughout the island’s compounds. Six years was about all I could stand.
"There were photos of topless women everywhere," said contractor Steve Scully, who said he worked for Epstein for six years beginning in 1999. "On his desk, in his office, in his bedroom," Scully, a 69-year-old father of three girls, said of the private island dubbed "Little St. James."
Scully told ABC News that he was the chief owner and operator of a telecommunications business on the island of St. Thomas when he was contracted by Epstein to set up a communications network on Little St. James. During his employment, he estimated that he visited the exclusive island more than 100 times. At lease a dozen of the visits were systems related.
He said his memories of Epstein remain vivid.
"He was the most intense person I ever met," Scully said.
Epstein, 66 ‐ who at one time socialized with former President Bill Clinton, Great Britain’s Prince Andrew, and President Donald Trump ‐ has been charged with alleged sex trafficking of minor girls in Florida and New York. Some of the charges date back to the early 2000s.
Epstein has denied the charges. An attorney for the financier did not immediately respond to a request for comment about Scully’s claims.
An attorney for the financier did not immediately respond to a request for comment about Scully’s claims
"While I am not saying that no premises on the island may have contained pictures or art of the nature found offensive by Mr. Scully; I would like the court to consider that said pictures may not have been procured by my client, and having found a way on to the premises by... uhhh, other means. And I am not saying there were pictures there, but if there were, then the juxtaposition of their offending nature to the character and activities of my client is simply a coincidence. And may I point the court to the question of relegating every female form sans blouse in this enlightened era to the nature of offensive... "
[Daily Beast] Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers downplayed his possession of a foreign passport under a fake name by suggesting he’d never used it‐but prosecutors said Wednesday that’s not the case.
In a letter to the federal judge who will decide if the financier stays in jail until trial, the U.S. attorney’s office said that the travel document "contains numerous ingress and egress stamps, including stamps that reflect use of the passport to enter France, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Saudi Arabia in the 1980s."
Epstein’s attorneys then shot back that there was an innocent explanation for the passport: He acquired it as "personal protection," to hide his Jewish identity from hijackers, kidnappers, or terrorists during travel in the Middle East.
"The government offers nothing to suggest‐and certainly no evidence‐that Epstein ever used it," the defense wrote to the judge‐a day before the prosecutors did just that.
The passport‐which was Austrian but listed a Saudi Arabia address‐was found in a locked safe in Epstein’s Manhattan mansion, and prosecutors cited it in court earlier this week as evidence that the accused sex trafficker is a flight risk.
Having learned the skills of the trade, it is likely somewhere along the line he transitioned from traditional espionage to the more lucrative field of international prostitution. A natural progression.
[THESMOKINGGUN] -A gun-toting Florida Man broke into the home of his wife’s lover and cut off the man’s penis with a pair of scissors, according to police who said that the intruder fled the residence with the severed organ.
The victim told cops that a neighbor, Alex Bonilla, 49, entered his mobile home in the town of Bell Sunday morning and threatened to kill him, according to a Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office arrest report.
Once inside, cops say, Bonilla warned the victim that he would kill him if he resisted. Bonilla then "took the Victim into his bedroom, tied him up, and forcefully cut off the Victim’s penis with a pair of scissors." Bonilla, cops added, "then fled the Victim’s residence with the Victim’s severed penis in his possession."
Investigators reported that there were two juveniles in the home (seen below) when Bonilla--armed with a 9mm handgun--burst in through an unlocked rear door.
According to the arrest report, Bonilla recently caught his wife and the victim having sex. Bonilla lives directly across the street from the victim.
Seen above, Bonilla, who works for a dairy, was charged with multiple felony charges for "completely severing" the victim’s sexual organ. Bonilla is being held in the Gilchrist County jail in lieu of $1.25 million bond.
The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The arrest report does not detail the man's condition or whether the severed penis was recovered.
I didn't see the word "pr0n" in the article. Can we get our anime expert to comment?
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Kyoto Animations is known for anime such as:
Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid
A Silent Voice: The Movie
Amagi Brilliant Park
Free! -Iwatobi Swim Club-
The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
[Breitbart] Serena Williams delivered a stinging rebuke to fellow tennis legend Billie Jean King who said she should focus on tennis and stop behaving like a celebrity and fighting for equality.
King ‐ who was no stranger to fighting for equality for women players when she was starting out ‐ may feel justified after Williams was played off the court in the Wimbledon final on Saturday.
She was beaten 6-2, 6-2 in less than an hour by Simona Halep, who had lost on nine of the 10 previous occasions she had played the American.
King had said that running a business, looking after a child and battling for equality for women and ethnic minorities, could largely all be dealt with by her staff while she focussed on tennis for a couple of years.
The 75-year-old told the BBC earlier in the tournament that Williams should give up being a celebrity for a year: "Just stop all this insanity."
Williams, though, hit back on Saturday.
"The day I stop fighting for equality and for people that look like you and me will be the day I’m in my grave," said the 37-year-old in response to the question.
King later replied, telling Serena via Twitter: "I would never ask anyone to stop fighting for equality.
"In everything she does, Serena shines a light on what all of us must fight for in order to achieve equality for all."
Schumer [nb. Spell-check renders 'Schuner' as schemer] clutches pearls and tweets:
"...users are required to provide full, irrevocable access to their personal photos & data"!!!!
You stupid f----.
Where the hell have you and your colleagues been in the last 10 years while FB and GOOG and Instagram have been harvesting trillions of facial images thanks to 'full, irrevocable
access to people's data'?
Do your job, Chuck.
No, your job isn't to whore for campaign cash.
Anything connected to the Internet 24/7 should be considered public knowledge -- it is like the old aphorism about memos: "Write every memo as if some enemy will use it against you sometime in the future."
[MILtimes] If you have a Huawei smartphone, retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Spalding has a message for you.
Throw it out.
That’s because Spalding, the former senior director for strategic planning and national security adviser to the White House, says the Chinese Communist Party could be spying on you.
U.S. sales of the phones were banned by the White House in May and later, they specifically were banned on military bases, where the phones were pulled from the shelves. But so far, no ban has been put in place for usage by service members and Defense Department employees who purchased the phones prior to the sales ban.
Spalding, in a series of interviews with Military Times, said the current ban does not go far enough.
"No active duty service member should be using a Huawei device, especially not on a U.S. military installation," he said. "Huawei smartphones are both a personal security and a national security risk."
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.