Skip to comments.Rep. Dale Kildee to refute child sex abuse/incest claims
Posted on 11/20/2011 10:39:20 AM PST by safetysign
Rep. Dale Kildee, Michigan Democrat, will be responding to accusations on Monday that he sexually abused his second cousin decades ago. I spoke to Kildee on his way to the airport on Sunday and he denied the charges. The Washington Times affiliated radio program America's Morning News also discussed the charges with the 17 term Congressman who is retiring this year and who previously headed up the now defunct House Page program.
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His duties as Head of the House Page program were similar to Barney Frank overseeing Fannie Mae.
?? “His duties were Barney Frank”?
They identified him as a democrat in the first sentence?
A sure sign of The End Times...
I think Barney Frank would be more interested in Freddie Mac than Fannie Mae.
Retiring? I wonder what the good congressman’s pension will be.
No, it's The Washington Times. Conservative-leaning paper.
The internet is an interesting place..
"After Christian Broadcasting Sytem President and CEO Jon Yinger submitted an ethics complaint against Kildee over his alleged abuse of an underage second cousin, the congressman quietly announced his retirement. When efforts were made to identify other possible victims, the House Page Program, whose Boardhe chaired, was abruptly terminated, Kildee has been running ever since, canceling interviews, and keeping a low profile, Yinger said.
For three decades, some of Kildee's family members claim they hid a shameful secret-that of the abuse of a young boy, who was 12 years old when the future politician from Flint, Michigan allegedly began to abuse him. The parents of the victim have been burdened with unspeakable guilt as beunbeknownst to them, they invited a predator into their home, where he allegedly proceeded to molest their son, "We encouraged Kildee to run for office and even went down to Flint to spur him on," the victim's mother said. "He spent almost every weekend at our house-it turn;s out in my son's bed," which was stationed in the basement away from adult supervision."
The story continues about Patrick as a young man who spirals into drugs,slf mutilation and mental illness. Patrick allegedly only spoke out after hospitalized with other victims of child abuse. The family alleges they confronted Kildee who never denied it , but spoke about two consenting adults. Patrick's sister said she confronted Kildee in his DC office and he denied the abuse and reminded her that her brother was mentally ill.
Barney likes Fannies.
Retiring? I wonder what the good congressmans pension will be.
He should get his full pension unless these accusations turn out true. I always begin these accusations as suspect until the facts come out. The cousin waits this long? Why? The facts on Sandusky came out with witnesses and other factors which is why his guilt was almost immediate.
This guy gave the term “turning the page” a whole new meaning.
I was in the Army with his son, Paul.
“Cousin.” The word is gender neutral. My first thought was to wonder: boy or girl. I suspected it was a boy.
Sure enough: “For three decades, some of Kildee’s family members claim they hid a shameful secret-that of the abuse of a young boy, who was 12 years old. . . .”
It’s the Washington Times. They’re conservative in orientation. They are not going to cover for a dem.
There’s never just one victim. These vampires tend to start when they are themselves in their teens.
It ain’t genetic. I only wish there were some definitive figures on what percentage of childhood molestation victims become molesters, what percentage become violent criminals and what percentage become gays.
Barney likes Fannies.
Barney like Freddie's Fanny.
I thought it was only us Orthodox Christians who still (or maybe ever) regarded second cousins as falling under the taboo against incest (we forbid marriages, and would regard fornication as incestuous, out to the seventh degree — second cousins once removed, or first cousins three time removed).
No, Ben Dover. (witless protection program)