Skip to comments.Involvement in Amirault case makes Martha Coakley unfit to replace Ted Kennedy as Senator
Posted on 01/01/2010 8:21:05 PM PST by seton89
Martha Coakley, the current Massachusetts Attorney General, is not fit to be a United States Senator. Anyone who thinks so only needs to study the Fells Acres Day Care case. The Fells Acres Day Care was started by Violet Amirault and run with the help of her son, Gerald, and his sister, Cheryl Amirault LeFave. In the midst of the daycare sex abuse hysteria of the 1980s, all three were charged with multiple counts of sexual abuse.
The charges were some of the most heinous ever made. However, they were also ludicrous. Supposedly Gerald dressed up as a clown and assaulted the children in a secret or magic room. Some children claimed to be sodomized with two foot knives and lobsters. Some of the acts allegedly took place on the front lawn in full view of the highway.
The alleged acts would have caused bodily fluids to be left on carpets, the children's clothing and elsewhere, but none were ever found. The alleged acts would have been very painful to children, but no child ever complained about pain after day care, nor did parents ever notice any injuries..
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Coakley should be in prison.
To paraphrase what Curt Schilling said on Good Morning America in ‘04, “Everybody go out and vote, and vote Brown.”
Who knows—Scott could pull it out if enough people get out there and vote. The more people know about Coakley the more likely they’ll support Scott.
“We’ve Had Enough!”
This is getting interesting - when comedians start taking the Obama agenda serious!
I remember the ‘child molester’ witch hunts of the 80’s. The Amirault case and another high profile case in Wenatchee Washington were among the most high profile ones, both of which were frame-ups. Though Republican presidents were in office, it was still in my view a detestable time. Iran-Contra, The Beriut bombing, Tailhook, The Bork lynching..., and yes the Amirault case. The American left was on the march. It amazes me how many of those bastards are still in office.
Senate Candidate Martha Coakley OK with F*sting for Teens
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She is ≈ The Sot of the Senate.
Correction of a Correction
Ted Kennedy is the erstwhile Sot of the Senate. Baucus is the incumbent.
Stupid people, led by the nose by self-serving politicians masquerading as lawyers.
It IS objectionable, unfortunately, teenagers in MA are exposed to it!
...and don't forget the McMartin one in Manhattan Beach, CA.
The kids had stories of underground tunnels... and after the house was sold, it was razed and folks actually dug with a backhoe to find the tunnels...
There were none....
Every liberal I ever knew hated Ted Kennedy. I lived in northern New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts. They viewed him as a bloated liar and probable murderer who was exploiting the deaths of his brothers.
They also knew that Kennedy was a pro at patronage and pork and they knew that the seat was his until he chose to leave it. There is a realistic chance the dems could lose that seat. If so, it would go to someone who campaigns like a RINO, but that person better bring money into eastern Massachusetts.
Here’s Ann Coulter’s take on the election:
I had forgotten about the McMartin case, but yes you’re right...another frame-up. We haven’t evolved that much since Salem have we? What was particularly barbaric about the Amirault case was the way the oldest son was kept in jail even when it became common knowledge that the whole thing was a hoax. The fact that no politicians, or their henchmen went to prison for those atrocities speaks volumes about our society. Like I said, it was a detestable time. I remember it with more than a little bitterness.
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I remember reading about those cases: some of the acts alleged were literally, classically, physically impossible: but I will not sully the pages of FR by repeating the charges.
Why this woman hasn't been sued into oblivion and involuntarily confined, I'll never know.
Makes me wonder what they put in the water in Boston: here in Minneapolis, at least, we know it's the Scandahoovian heritage that makes people liberal. And except for Al Franken (Stuart Smalley-MN), it's usually mixed with "Minnesota nice."
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