c.Zlapali go wsadzili do ciupy i pewnie go deportuja do US. Ciekawa
sprawa,bo ten facet ma w Szwajcarii dom od 30 lat.... i dopiero
teraz szwajcarska policja sie obudzila???
A moze chca cos w US zalatwic i ten Polanski to taki przedwstepny
Historia przestepstwa Polanskiego jest znana od lat. Nakarmil 13
letnia dziewczynke narkotykami i dal jej to wszystko porzadnie popic
zdaje sie szampanem a kiedy byla juz w takim stanie, ze nie mogla
nic zrobic( wiadomo, Polanski to slawny kurdupel, zeby nie
powiedziec karzel i nawet 13 letnia dziewczynka to dla niego
wielkolud) wtedy zgwalcil ja jak sie dalo, to jest doustnie i
analnie tez.....wiadomo artysta. Jego pedofilia uchodzila w Europie,
bo Nastassja Kinsky miala zdaje sie 15 lat kiedy ja rozdziewiczyl a
w nagrode ja wylansowal jaka gwiazde. Pare innych nieletnich tez.
Ze stanow zwial 30 lat temu, zey nie siedziec i co teraz, jak co juz
Sprawa jest prosta jak drut. Skoro juz faceta zlapali za dupe, to
powinien dostac taka kare, jaka dostaja tego rodzaju przestepcy
czyli dozywocie, a jak mu sie trafi stan z kara smierci, a do takich
zdaje sie nalezy California(tam zdaje sie jest krzeslo elektryczne),
to moze sie zdarzyc, ze da przedstawienie swojego zycia na krzeselku
Najdziwniejsze sa jednak w calej tej historii glosy roznych ludzi,
miedzy innymi zony niejakiego Radka Sikorskiego, ktory jest polskim
ministrem. Pani ta jest dziennikarzem Washington Post a prywatnie
jest corka wplywowego prawnika washingtonskiego i jak to dziwnie
bywa jest takze zydowka.
Pani ta w swojej ostatniej wypowiedzi na lamach Washington Post
napisala, ze poniewaz Polanski, przezyl wojne, stracil matke w
Oswiecimiu i jest zydem a na dodatek znanym i uznanym rezyserem, to
przestepstwo powinno mu byc darowane.....
Ciekawe prawda .......gdzie ona sie uchowala, kiedy ludzi
wychowywali etycznie i to ma byc corka prawnika???
Zaczyna byc coraz smieszniej....
"The Outrageous Arrest of Roman Polanski
Of all nations, why was it Switzerland -- the country that
traditionally guarded the secret bank accounts of international
criminals and corrupt dictators -- that finally decided to arrest
Roman Polanski? There must be some deeper story here, because by any
reckoning the decision was bizarre -- though not nearly as bizarre
as the fact that a U.S. judge wants to keep pursuing this case after
so many decades.
Here are some of the facts: Polanski's crime -- statutory rape of a
13-year-old girl -- was committed in 1977.[nawiasem pani Applebaum
myli sie, statutory rape dotyczy osob 16-17 letnich, w wypadku 13
letniej dziewczynki jest to po prostu pedofilia] The girl, now 45,
has said more than once that she forgives him, that she can live
with the memory, that she does not want him to be put back in court
or in jail, and that a new trial will hurt her husband and children.
There is evidence of judicial misconduct in the original trial.
There is evidence that Polanski did not know her real age. Polanski,
who panicked and fled the U.S. during that trial, has been pursued
by this case for 30 years, during which time he has never returned
to America, has never returned to the United Kingdom., has avoided
many other countries, and has never been convicted of anything else.
He did commit a crime, but he has paid for the crime in many, many
ways: In notoriety, in lawyers' fees, in professional stigma. He
could not return to Los Angeles to receive his recent Oscar. He
cannot visit Hollywood to direct or cast a film.
He can be blamed, it is true, for his original, panicky decision to
flee. But for this decision I see mitigating circumstances, not
least an understandable fear of irrational punishment. Polanski's
mother died in Auschwitz. His father survived Mauthausen. He himself
survived the Krakow ghetto, and later emigrated from communist
Poland. His pregnant wife, Sharon Tate, was murdered in 1969 by the
followers of Charles Manson, though for a time Polanski himself was
I am certain there are many who will harrumph that, following this
arrest, justice was done at last. But Polanski is 76. To put him on
trial or keep him in jail does not serve society in general or his
victim in particular. Nor does it prove the doggedness and
earnestness of the American legal system. If he weren't famous, I
bet no one would bother with him at all.
By Anne Applebaum | September 27, 2009; 3:13 PM ET
Wypowiedz polskiej ministrowej wywolalo lawine komentarzy, ponad 800.
99,9% uwazalo, ze pani jest po prostu niemoralna i nie wie co pisze.
Znalezc tam mozna bylo i takie wypowiedzi:
Get a clue Anne. Better yet, read the actual TESTIMONY of the 13-yr
Q. What did he say?
A. He asked, he goes, “Are you on the pill?”
And I went, ‘No.”
And he goes, “When did you last have your period?”
And I said, “I don’t know. A week or two, I’m not sure”.
Q. And what did he say?
A. He goes, “Come on. You have to remember.”
And I told him I didn’t.
Q. Did he say anything after that?
A. Yes. He goes, “Would you want me to go in through your back?”
And I went, “No”.
Q. Did he say anything else?
Q. How long did he have his penis in your vagina?
A. I can t remember how long, but not a very long time.
Q. Had you had sexual intercourse with anyone before March 10th?
Q. Approximately how many times?
Q. How did you know that he had his penis in your vagina?
A. I could tell. I could feel it.
Q. What happened after he says “Do you want me to – “was it go
through the back?
Q. What happened then?
A. I think he said something like right after I said I was not on
the pill, right before he said, “Oh, I won’t come inside of you
And I just went– and he goes — and then he put me – wait. Then he
lifted up my legs farther and he went in through my anus.
Q. When you say he went in your anus, what do you mean by that?
A. He put his penis in my butt.
Q. Did he say anything at that time?
Q. Did you resist at that time?
A. A little bit, but not really because –(pause)
Q. Because what?
A. Because I was afraid of him.
"The Outrageous Arrest of Roman Polanski". Anne Applebaum, YOUR
article is outrageous.
Posted by: goaway5 | September 27, 2009 4:38 PM | Report abuse
The first rule of law in these United States
is "Don't do the crime if you can't do
Posted by: ivnprt | September 27, 2009 6:14 PM
I jeszcze inny:
"What drugs are you on, Anne Applebaum?
Since when is it ok, just because someone is a famous director, to
anally and orally rape a 13 year girl after drugging her, and then
flee the country before sentencing?
The victim may have "moved on" -- and good for her, but society has
an obligation to stand up and insist that dirty old men who drug and
rape young children are duly punished. And since you don't seem to
be entirely clear on the judicial process, Polanski faces no trial
on the rape, because he is already convicted. He faces sentencing on
Earning an Academy Award doesn't give you a pass on rape, and
neither does being rich, French, or a survivor of the Holocaust.
Posted by: bk0512 | September 27, 2009 6:32 PM "
" So, by Appelbaum's logic, the Nazi concentration camp guards
should not be prosecuted because it's been an