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Explicit Photos Fan U.N. Sex Scandal
Los Angeles Times ^ | 2/12/05 | Maggie Farley

Posted on 02/12/2005 9:47:09 AM PST by saquin

UNITED NATIONS — A scandal about the sexual abuse of Congolese women and children by U.N. officials and peacekeepers intensified Friday with the broadcast of explicit pictures of a French U.N. worker and Congolese girls and his claim that there was a network of pedophiles at the U.N. mission in Congo.

ABC News' "20/20" program showed pictures taken from the computer of a French U.N. transport worker. The hard drive reportedly contained thousands of photos of him with hundreds of girls. In one frame, a tear can be seen rolling down the cheek of a victim.

The news report coincided with the U.N.'s new "zero- contact" rule banning any interaction between U.N. soldiers and locals in Congo.

The staffer, Didier Bourguet, 41, is facing charges of sexual abuse and rape in France. His lawyer, Claude de Boosere- Lepidi, said in court last week that there was a network of U.N. personnel who had sex with underage girls and that Bourguet had engaged in similar activity in a previous U.N. posting in the Central African Republic.

(Excerpt) Read more at latimes.com ...


TOPICS: Breaking News; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: centralafrica; congo; peacekeepers; scandals; un; uncorruption; unitednations; unmonsters; unpeacekeepers
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To: blackie

I hope these UN goons get AIDS!!


101 posted on 02/12/2005 10:40:33 PM PST by international american (Tagline now fireproof....purchased from "Conspiracy Guy Custom Taglines"LLC)
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To: infidel44
"Taylorgirl is adios"

Good riddance.
103 posted on 02/12/2005 10:43:49 PM PST by KwasiOwusu
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To: saquin
These people call themselves peacekeepers, when in fact all they want is a long holiday and a chance to fool around with our women

The above quote is from a government spokesman in Eritrea, a somewhat benevolent East African dictatorship which has been esentially forced to allow the presence of peacekeepers. Eritrea seems to be one of the few countries that actually cares enough about its people to kick out peacekeepers found to engage in dishonorable romantic involvements.

104 posted on 02/13/2005 7:35:54 AM PST by Steve Eisenberg
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To: cjmae

I haven't seen a bumper sticker that ~ there should be one.


105 posted on 02/13/2005 7:59:19 AM PST by blackie (Be Well~Be Armed~Be Safe~Molon Labe!)
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To: international american

Roger that!


106 posted on 02/13/2005 8:05:53 AM PST by blackie (Be Well~Be Armed~Be Safe~Molon Labe!)
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To: Pharmboy
He got confused: he thought he was the prosecutor.

Nahhh, He's french.

A-OK behavior in france.

Just ask Polanski

107 posted on 02/13/2005 8:10:30 AM PST by null and void (Psst. Mohammad was planted by the Mossad to oppress arabs. It's still working. Pass it on...)
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To: saquin

And to think that we still insist on remaining a member of this corrupt organization. What does it say about us?


108 posted on 02/13/2005 8:16:11 AM PST by auburntiger
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To: Mad_Tom_Rackham

Bill Clinton is the last, that should be in charge, too,protect the moral rights of women in this world.

Never forget, the little blue dress, that stained the his presidency!

OPs4 God Bless America!


109 posted on 02/13/2005 10:52:29 AM PST by OPS4 (worth repeating)
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To: null and void

Anybody doubt this pig is gonna skate in a country that made itself Polanski's Argentina?


110 posted on 02/13/2005 11:41:12 AM PST by TeddyCon
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To: saquin

The only positive aspect is that this disgraceful behavior by UN employees could serve as another in the long list of reasons the US should get out of the UN.


111 posted on 02/13/2005 3:52:07 PM PST by Rockitz (After all these years, it's still rocket science.)
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To: saquin
His mother must be so proud... but then, I think she may have had a premonition about her peculiar offspring. Why else would she have named him "Didier?"
112 posted on 02/13/2005 7:10:00 PM PST by krinkrayyado (Huguenot in my church)
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To: saquin

We don't need the UN. Get 'em the hell out of here.


113 posted on 02/13/2005 9:32:30 PM PST by Just Lori (There! I said it!)
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To: saquin

I'm sure these photos will be plastered all over CBS and the NY Times day in, day out - like the photos from Abu Grahaib...

DOUBT IT...

Billy Kess


114 posted on 02/14/2005 2:34:34 AM PST by PatriotEdition (Billy Kess - www.patriotedition.com)
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To: saquin

Given the MSM response to the sexual abuse committed by a small percentage of perverted (and almost exclusively homosexual) priests,

and in light of the sexual abuse committed by a small percentage of perverted UN officials,

one wonders if the MSM will now ask that ordinary citizens (or laymen) be allowed a leadership role in the UN, that the UN be "held accountable", and its leaders shamed and forced to resign.

Where is the hue and cry?


115 posted on 02/14/2005 3:38:00 AM PST by Notwithstanding
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To: NYer; Salvation

see 115 and ping


116 posted on 02/14/2005 3:38:53 AM PST by Notwithstanding
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To: saquin

Just imagine, these are the same people whose ultimate desire is to be sent to America as "peacekeepers".


117 posted on 02/14/2005 5:41:32 AM PST by philman_36
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To: saquin

And let's not forget that we've got U.N. officials aplenty already here in America.


118 posted on 02/14/2005 5:42:48 AM PST by philman_36
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To: maine-iac7

I don't expect the UN to punish their employees - they all seem to have diplomatic immunity. Even some of their ex or retired employees like Scott Ritter up here in Delmar, NY can engage in teenage sex recruitment and the local DA will refuse to prosecute for fear of UN immunity considerations.


119 posted on 02/14/2005 6:42:32 AM PST by rector seal
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To: saquin

Get us out of the United Nations!


120 posted on 02/14/2005 6:59:17 AM PST by TheForceOfOne (Social Security I thought pyramid schemes were illegal!)
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