Skip to comments.If this had been a Republican... [Democratic Party aide rapes women in D.C.]
Posted on 09/02/2012 3:11:28 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
Would this remain a local DC story if the accused had been staff director of an important committee in a Republican controlled Senate?
>>>>A former senior congressional aide was indicted this week in D.C. Superior Court on charges that he sexually assaulted two women after drugging them with a sedative that he allegedly put in their drinks.
Donny Ray Williams Jr., 36, who served as staff director for a Senate subcommittee and worked in the offices of several members of Congress, gave at least one woman Ambien and assaulted her while she was unconscious, according to court papers.
Williams was charged with 10 counts of first- and second-degree sexual abuse and related charges in connection with attacks that authorities said occurred between July and December 2010. During that time, according to his profile on the LinkedIn Web site, Williams was staff director of a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee.
A third woman made similar allegations against Williams, attorneys and Williams said, and a fourth woman said that he threatened her. As a result of that fourth allegation, Williams was indicted on one count of threatening to injure or kidnap a person. Additional details of that charge were not made public.<<<<
Would the names of the key Republicans he had worked for be buried in the tenth paragraph of the local news story? Or is it more likely we would be treated to the image of network reporters lining up outside the offices of these legislators to ask how come this person had been working for them?........
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonpost.com ...
While she was at the apartment, Williams allegedly prepared her a sparkling water and vodka. The woman said she drank it and lost consciousness.
When she came to, according to the warrant, her pants had been removed and she felt a burning sensation in her vaginal area. She also was groggy. Williams drove the woman home, the court papers say. She later went to George Washington University Hospital, where she was examined.
On July 27, detectives went to Williamss apartment, and he told them that he had prescription medication he was taking for back pain, Ambien for a sleep disorder and Adderall for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, according to court papers."....... Former congressional aide accused of drugging and sexually assaulting women
Donny Ray Williams Jr. would be the perfect choice to introduce William Jefferson Clinton for his speech at the DNC in Charlotte, NC.
This must be the Democrat war on women.
This must be the Democrat war on women.
"Could somebody here please introduce me to that Sandra Fluke chick...?"
A picture says a thousand words.
I’m curious whether Obama-care pays for a rufi. After all, the sexual rights of Democrat aides have to be paid for, don’t they?
As for the media not covering it, they cover Bill Clintons rapist history, so why would they not ignore this.
“Would the names of the key Republicans he had worked for be buried in the tenth paragraph of the local news story? Or is it more likely we would be treated to the image of network reporters lining up outside the offices of these legislators to ask how come this person had been working for them?........”
I have to believe that the left would be blowin’ snot out their noses until all of the evil republicans were arrested and brought to trial. The perp, if republican, would have already been tried and convicted in the court of public opinion like Mr. Zimmerman
Susan Biddle/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST - Donny Ray Williams Jr. leaves D.C. Superior Court on Friday.
Isn’t it racist to suggest that it was rape in the first place? After all, sex is the newest government entitlement.
What a lovely photograph......looks like he could have been Owe-Bamas son!
To the Left, your acts aren’t criminal if you don’t profess to hold a moral code to begin with (what Democrats always tell everyone while they’re pillorying a Republican for any offense).
I"m thinking this guy was known as the "STRAGHT GUY ON THE STAFF" wherever he worked (and that was always around Democrats).
“If this had been a Conservative . . .”
Karl Rove suggested somebody murder Todd Akin, the Missouri Senate candidate who Rove dislikes because he voted against the Bush Big Government spending and the more recent Boehner approved debt ceiling increases. If Rove were a ConservTive suggesting a political enemy be murdered what would happen? Of course Rove would have to resign. But Rove is not a conservative so we can assume people like Romney, Krauthammer, George Will, John Boehner, etc, won’t even call him on the act of suggesting a sitting Congressman be murdered. There are more than one double standards in this world.
Political hyperbole cannot be equated with repeated sexual rape of drugged women.
Ex-Democrat staffer who briefly worked for Obama administration ‘drugged, sexually assaulted and threatened women’
“And though the Washington Post story fails to mention it: The staffer has worked only for Democrats, including: Senator Mary L. Landrieu of Louisiana, Senator Joe Lieberman of Connecticut, Rep. Jan Schakowskay of Illinois, Senator Herb Kohl of Wisconsin, and Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, among others.”
Herr Goebbels would be very proud of the
Democrat War on Women continues. Is he a Kennedy?
It’s OK. I am sure it wasn’t “rape-rape”. Besides, it was probably just bad manners, not real rape. (/s)
Currently we don't do that, but that can change.
The image of this ~ Karl Rove secretly meeting with big money donors plots the murder of....... ~ I think something has to be done about Rove AND all the others who joined in the conspiracy of silence.
Names, we need names ~ and no, none of these people were Conservatives, and this is truly a chance to WEED THE PARTY of bad seed!
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.