HOLLYWOOD: Systemic Pedophilia EXPOSED

Tarantino gave us the best view of how the Hollywood elite views sex with children, in 2003. Finally, people are listening. And thankfully, there’s a President in the White House who cares.

LUKE 8:17
For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open.

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(Source) femalista.com

Quentin Tarantino once defended Roman Polanski’s sexual assault of a 13-year-old in an interview with Howard Stern – saying the victim was a “party girl” who “wanted to have it.”

Audio footage of a 2013 interview resurfaced via Jezebel, where Stern, co-host Robin Quivers and Tarantino go head to head on their thoughts about Roman Polanski – who pleaded guilty to engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor in 1977.

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the victim was a “party girl” who “wanted to have it.”

A grand jury had originally charged him with drugging and raping the youngster, before he agreed to the plea deal and fled to Europe. He is currently living in Poland.

In the radio interview, the Kill Bill director is asked about his joy about Polanski winning an Oscar for The Pianist in 2003.

Quivers asks,“What’s so great about a rapist being given Hollywood’s highest honour?” to which he responds, “I don’t consider him a rapist.”
Quentin Tarantino once defended Roman Polanski’s sexual assault of a 13-year-old in an interview with Howard Stern – saying the victim was a “party girl” who “wanted to have it.”

Audio footage of a 2013 interview resurfaced via Jezebel, where Stern, co-host Robin Quivers and Tarantino go head to head on their thoughts about Roman Polanski – who pleaded guilty to engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor in 1977… (more)

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(Source) huewire.com

Quentin Tarantino Apologizes To Polanski’s Rape Victim

Quentin Tarantino is issuing a mea culpa after old comments he made live on the air about Roman Polanski‘s child rape victim were met with rage.

Tarantino issued a statement Thursday, apologizing to Polanski’s then-13-year-old victim, Samantha Geimer, after a 2003 interview with Howard Stern surfaced, during which he said the sex was “not rape” … and that Geimer “wanted to have it.”

Geimer addressed the controversy Tuesday, saying Tarantino’s comments were “wrong” and “I bet he knows it.”

In his apology, obtained by Indiewire, Tarantino responded, saying he’s sorry for his “cavalier remarks.” He also explicitly acknowledges Geimer “WAS raped by Roman Polanski” … adding he “incorrectly played devil’s advocate for the sake of being provocative.”

Tarantino adds … “So, Ms. Geimer, I was ignorant, and insensitive, and above all, incorrect. I am sorry Samantha.” (more)

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