Skip to comments.Former Austin Powers actor Joseph Son convicted of raping and torturing 20-year-old woman
Posted on 08/28/2011 11:49:25 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
An actor who appeared in the first Austin Powers film is facing a life sentence after being convicted of taking part in a brutal rape. Joseph Son, 40, was found guilty of raping and torturing a 20-year-old woman after she was abducted near her home in Huntington Beach, California. Son, a mixed martial arts fighter, played the role of Dr Evil's handyman 'Random Task' in the 1997 film 'Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.'
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Good thing for him he knows martial arts, he’s going to need them where he’s going. He’ll have plenty of dates to choose from. I just hope he drops the soap in the shower.
I am glad they finally are charging him with this crime. It is disturbing how some people feel they have some right to act out their fantasies upon others.
Random Task, don’t show us what you do.
Sad that Keith Hackney couldn’t have pulverized his groin before committed rape.
As he looked as Randon Task.
a ufc guy is a barbarian? imagine that.
nfl guys only expose themselves.
Hope he gets the Death Penalty....(Maybe be the sharks with lasers on their heads?)
You in a whole heap of trouble, Son.
“Dr Evil’s handyman “ Hmmmmmmmmm?
The real Odd Job
I don’t even understand the fantasies.
Considering that most UFC fighters don't have any kind of criminal record at all. That actually is surprising, then again, he is a FORMER fighter from way back when.
It's a young phenomenon. Give it time.
Nothing from the ‘entertainment industry’ surprises me. It would not surprise me to hear that child stars are routinely passed around from pedo producer to pedo director either.
Also, its the land of “fruits and nuts” for a reason.
Given enough time, I'm sure one can say the same about anything from tennis to golf, and find just as many delinquents in those endeavors.
Looking at the backgrounds of most UFC fighters, at least the ones on the current roster, you'll find fewer thugs there, then you would in any of the other major sports from baseball to hockey to football (I'll skip basketball, because the real challenge there is to NOT find a thug, lol).
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