Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Is Trump guilty of murder?

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Why would a young girl go to court to accuse two billionaires that they had abused her if it weren't true? What good could come of it for her? Her lawsuit could potentially follow her around; her job coworkers and marriage prospects might be aware of the lawsuit, and she would undoubtedly go over the event and its aftermath in her mind her entire life. No, a girl doesn't ever, ever do that without excellent reasons to back up her accusations. It's only lately this formerly rarely acknowledged topic is seeing the light of day over and over again. And a lawsuit conference on this case against a Presidential candidate for rape and possibly murder, if accusations are discovered true, is scheduled on December 16, 2016.

So, there is a lawsuit that a woman has filed and it's against two very well-known American billionaires outlined here in U.S.1 Magazine, a free Princeton newspaper (Oct. 12, 2016). These billionaires are tarnishing the reputations of women helter-skelter and with impunity and they invite men in foreign countries to assume American women are as easy as they say they are. It's not true American women are unusually easy to seduce. Odd that I have to even assert such an obvious idea. It's actually true world-wide that women should not be thought easy by men; the entire notion is extremely dangerous for American women living abroad and puts them in peril thanks to the Donald. Remember the adage from India: "Don't tell your daughter not to go out. Tell your son to behave properly."

These billionaires should, however, pay dearly for her accusations as it truly, likely did happen. A girl doesn't want to get famous because of a rape case. Really? No, categorically untrue; doesn't happen. That's a totally unreasonable stance and accusation for anyone to make.

In the case against the Donald from a girl from Princeton, New Jersey, the official wording says, with my quips italicised, and it's graphic:

"On the fourth and final sexual encounter with Defendant trump, Defendant Trump tied the 13-year-old Plaintiff to a bed [Wow, that he would do such a despicable thing], exposed himself to Plaintiff, and then proceeded to forcibly rape Plaintiff [a campainer for U.S. President committed the crime of rape!!!]. During the course of this savage sexual attack [in the words of the lawsuit], Plaintiff loudly pleaded with Defendant Trump to stop with no effect [Ouch!]. Defendant Trump responded to Plaintiff's pleas by violently striking Plaintiff in the face with his open hand [that had to hurt a lot, and it's probably not something he would do to his own daughters] and screaming that he WOULD DO WHATEVER HE WANTED" [words that oddly recall and echo the television bus tape]. 

In addition, in the suit the Plaintiff says Epstein (the other billionaire) and Drumpf (the Donald's genealogical ancestral family name) "told her afterwards that they could have her whole family killed and that she could be "disappeared" like a 12-year-old girl from another incident" (Wow! What's that about? So not only is Drumpf a rapist, he bragged to her of commiting murder!!!).

Of course, Drumpf denies the accusation (as if he's not going to do so). As Presidential Republican nominee, he would surely want this lawsuit to go away, probably like many of the other thousands he has. Leave it to him to say it's true, though, and I wouldn't put it past him after hearing the bus tape. Is he up for the Best Rapist and Best Murderer Cup in the U.S. as well? (Can almost hear him saying he murders really, really well, better than anyone, the best....) One thing I do know is that his Scottish relatives must be really, really ashamed of him. He must not be voted into office, any office.

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