Most of you probably know that sweet, innocent Roman Polanski made a documentary which was revoltingly entitled, “Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired“.
No kidding. That’s the title. You can’t make this narcissistic shit up.
This HBO propaganda piece documentary was about his “Minor Technicality,” which in reality translates into his own slant on the story of a convicted pedophile and child predator named Roman Polanski, who drugged, sodomized and raped a 13 year-old girl, pleaded guilty to statutory rape, jumped bail before sentencing and has been a fugitive for more than 30 years–thus exposing even more vulnerable 13 year-olds to his…..um….affections.
Apparently, this little carefully placed piece of propaganda piece of work was intended to be used to help erase what Polanski did and erase his sentencing besides. Let’s call it the last ditch effort of a statutory rapist at the decrepit sunset of his life.
Specifically,Roman had an L.A. Prosecutor in his documentary discussing how he told the now-dead judge what to do. It’s amazing what people will do for money.
This seems to have backfired. Boo F’ing Hoo.
The Daily Beast story is spreading like wildfire, and the story is now covered at some internet news outlets. But you won’t see it covered with any meaning on most of those low-rated news channels. After all, all he did was molest a 12 year-old girl. No big deal. After all, the child should have been honored to be drugged, involuntarily fucked and sodomized by such an artiste. Maybe Letterman can come up with a funny line about it.
Here’s what David Wells has to say now about his participation in the propaganda piece movie:
• Polanski’s grounds for dismissal center around the former prosecutor inappropriately advising the judge about how to send Polanski back to prison. But the former prosecutor, David Wells, now tells Clark that “I lied” in the movie about advising the judge, and that “it never happened,” which could undermine the director’s case for dismissal.
• Wells’ excuse for lying in the movie? “The director of the documentary told me it would never air in the States. I thought it made a better story if I said I’d told the judge what to do.”
• Wells confirms to Clark that he did supply the judge pictures of Polanski reveling at Oktoberfest, and says that it’s these photos that prompted the judge in 1977 to reconsider the plea bargain.
• Law-enforcement sources confirm that the strident actions of Polanski’s own lawyers—prompted by Wells’ now-recanted statements in the movie—led to his arrest this weekend.
“I lied. I know I shouldn’t have done it, but I did. The director of the documentary told me it would never air in the States. I thought it made a better story if I said I’d told the judge what to do.”
Really, Mr. Wells. I hope you enjoyed your 15 minutes of partial fame in this movie. But it’s nice to know you admit that you were willing to lie about a dead man and have since cleared things up.
I think one commenter over at The Daily Beast pretty much sums it all up:
Roman Polanski drugged, raped, and sodomized a 13-year girl then skipped bail and ran like a coward to France. We can spend all day debating the personalities in this story as well as the Polanski HBO propaganda “documentary”, it’s still not going to change the basic facts of the case. So everyone continue trying to muddy the waters, we the people have plenty of truth bleach to clear it back up.
What’s next for Polanski’s defense: “I only tried it once and didn’t like it“?
Roman Polanski: So much older and fragile now. Vulnerable, really. Kind of like a 13 year-old. Why….why…he almost looks like a….a….dirty old man.
Roman’s future cell mate, Bubba: So young and energetic.
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