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man called sex offender for public urination

March 14, 2007

Deltona, Florida

A Deltona sex offender was told he needed to move Monday after being found in violation of a May 2006 city ordinance, though he said the offense was urinating in public after drinking alcohol to celebrate his daughter’s birth 21 years ago.

The 49-year-old took the stand before Volusia County Judge Peter Marshall in DeLand on Monday to say he never molested anyone back in 1986, but just got drunk and urinated at the side of a car along a Massachusetts street when three people passed by and saw him. He requested he not have to move his two young sons to an area with a concentrated number of sex offenders.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17589219/

cheeseburgers in paradise

October 23, 2006

In captured al-Qaida training handbooks, jihadists are told what to expect during interrogation. The U.S. will whip you, use dogs, give you water but not allow you to urinate, isolate you, insult your family.

“Some of them really became fond of some fast food French fries, and cheeseburgers,” Fallon said, noting that the law enforcement agents made frequent visits to a McDonald’s on the U.S. base.

Before the interrogation, they would study. Fallon sought help from a friend from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, chief psychologist Michael Gelles, to develop training that included Arab culture and social networking, tribal origins, al-Qaida camps, the roles of shame, obedience and secrecy.

Carter recalled an Australian detainee “coming in to discuss things, and just loving a pepperoni pizza, which is pork, and him being a good Muslim. He knew it. And smoking his Marlboros.

The scripted scenarios of the intelligence interrogators, such as Rapid Fire – repeatedly asking the same question with slightly different phrasings no matter what the answer – frustrated the criminal investigators as well as the detainees.

“If we had a cooperating detainee,” Carter said, “we would share that information, but then JTF 170 would get him up in the middle of the night to have him tell them the same information. It impeded our process.”

The messages from the Bush administration and the Pentagon had been mixed: The detainees were to be treated humanely, “consistent with” the Geneva Conventions on treatment of prisoners of war. But they also said that the Geneva Conventions did not apply: These were not prisoners of war, but “enemy combatants.”

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15361458/

Charlestowne Academy

October 16, 2006

“It’s not acceptable,” associate superintendent Patricia Yandle told the newspaper.During the drill, which lasted less than an hour, Frandino called the school’s main office and said students needed to use the restroom. It’s unclear what the he was told to do, but Yandle said he was not told to have students use the trash can.

Yandle said if the school had been on an actual lockdown and students needed to use the restroom, she would have encouraged them to think about something other than the bathroom.

such as kidney damage and dehydration

here’s a quote from Men’s Health magazine: “Thinking about sex preoccupies your brain, so you won’t feel as much discomfort, says Larry Lipshultz, M.D., chief of male reproductive medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine.” perfect for fifth graders at school

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/13/AR2006101301267.html