Skip to comments.Police: Duke University official offered adopted son for sex (CNN International picks up story)
Posted on 06/30/2009 8:50:43 PM PDT by Maelstorm
A Duke University official is accused of offering his 5-year-old adopted son for sex on the Internet, according to the FBI and court documents in the case. Frank M. Lombard is the associate director of Duke University's Center for Health Policy.
Frank M. Lombard is the associate director of Duke University's Center for Health Policy.
Frank M. Lombard, 42, was arrested last week at his home in Durham, North Carolina. During an Internet chat, Lombard allegedly offered the child to the person he was chatting with, who was a task force officer from Washington's Metropolitan Police, the FBI said in a statement.
The chat was initiated after a confidential source facing child pornography charges told authorities they had witnessed a man, allegedly Lombard, performing sex acts on a child over the Internet.
During the chat, according to the complaint filed against Lombard, he told the officer that he had performed multiple sex acts on the boy and that the officer could do the same if he came to Durham.
According to a transcript of the chat, reprinted in the complaint, Lombard allegedly told the officer that he had to hide the abuse from his partner and that he drugged the child with allergy medication.
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the MSM could not care less. Another gay pedophile story, ho hum.
Wonder if he gave money to the Democrats in the last election?
DUKE University has really distinguished itself in recent years.....and remember all those faculty who came out in support of the charges against the la crosse team....
I tried Open Secrets and could not get a hit on Frank Lombard or Frank M. Lombard in NC.
Wouldn’t be part of the Group of 88, would he?
Unless it was gay infiltration in a church, then they’d be all over it claiming that it’s Christian doctrine to molest children. They don’t like to hear that it’s gay doctrine to molest children.
Anyone who hurts or molest children should be castrated then shot , right on prime time TV
Pretty 'convenient', don't ya think?
In this country, we elect them to office.
We're lucky. In other countries they make them dictators for life.
I wondered the same thing so I looked up the group of 88’s letter and he was not a signer ...
He recently was awarded a two grants and honored by Duke University - sickening but not unexpected....
Frank M. Lombard of the Center for Health Policy has received an award from the National AIDS Fund for a project entitled ‘’North Carolina Community AIDS Fund.’’ Total funding will be $25,000 over 12 months.
Frank M. Lombard of the Center for Health Policy has received an award from the Moses Cone - Wesley Long Community Health Foundation for a project entitled ‘’White Paper on the HIV/STD Landscape in Guilford County.’’ Total funding will be $10,000 over 3 months.
For those with a strong stomach - take a look at the books this pervert had on his Amazon wish list. After seeing what is on this wish list, there is NO doubt he is into young boys.....
I have not got my Visa bill yet. Can you tell me how much I owe them?
The President of Duke, (whose name doesn’t come to mind)
is just one among thousands of go-along-to-get-along weasels in high places that authoritarian cultures find so ‘useful’. The PC culture that was so pervasive in determining EVERY aspect OF this case, is our modern equivalent, sorry to say, of a kind of defeated groupthink that all totalitarian/authoritarian regimes create over time, and impose on their populace. Here, just like Soviet Russia, Cuba, Iran, Venezuela, you name it, the principal actors in these ‘incidents’ operate out of fear, cowardice, and , worst of all, careerism. We are supposed to have a choice in this country, as to how to behave, and what side to take on an issue, since nothing is absolutely imposed from above on pain of death, but look at the choices that Nifong and the Duke U. President made.
Did the Vancouver Sun pick up this story?
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