Friday, July 06, 2018

Hard-Working, Syrian Rapefugee is Charged with Sexually Assaulting, All on His Own, Six Girls Under the Age of 16 at a Public Pool, but You’ll Never Guess Where the Attacks Took Place (Video)

By Nicholas Stix

By the way, in case you’re wondering what Faith Goldy really looks like, I met her last year, and if anything, she’s prettier and hotter in person than she is in the linked video. She’s also a very bright, pugnacious kid.

At Elliott Lake News.


Anonymous said...

Whirl pooling I think they call it. Usually a group of young men [non-whites] surround a girl in the water and pull her swim suit.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Update - This incident took place last year and the trial has just concluded.

From the article, here are the results:

All charges against a man accused of sexually assaulting six teenage girls last year at the West Edmonton Mall water park have been dismissed.

Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, 40, was acquitted on six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual contact with a child.

He was alleged to have inappropriately touched girls between 13 and 15 years old in the water park's wave pool on Feb. 4, 2017.
In Alberta's provincial court Friday, he was found not-guilty.

Now, I'm not going to proclaim him guilty just "because he's a migrant" but I'm going to question the media handling of this incident and read between the lines of the rationalizations for his innocence.

First off, a simple google search reveals this incident, like all these involving black, latino's and any other diversity members, has not received the kind of hysterical attention that occurs when whites (particularly men) are the accused. I also recognize that there are young girls quite capable of falsely accusing men of sexually inappropriate behavior, which is due to the media implanting the suggestion that this is a way of exercising power and gaining attention. However, the media stereotype of a sex abuser is a white male while non white males are seen as saintly and victims of false accusations. Any young female in this country has these images in her mind and accusing a non white male (especially a black man) is something she is not going to want to do, if she is not believed, she is considered a racist on top of being a false accuser. We all know there are cases of white females protecting immigrants and negro males of sexual assault for those very reasons.

So I am highly doubtful these girls sat around and hatched some nefarious plan to falsely accuse an immigrant man of touching them, if they did, they almost certainly would have picked a white american male to accuse.

The judge in this case, Joyce Lester (couldn't find any background info on her but I'd be willing to bet the farm she's a diversity zealot), felt that because he was from a "different cultural background" it created issues with identification:
There are also inconsistencies among the girls stories, though when I read through them, it is things like he was wearing goggles, or not, or he was bald, or the color of his trunks. It occurs to me that he could have taken off goggles and details like trunk color or hair can easily be mistaken in a chaotic pool of splashing children. Question is: Are there at least 1 or 2 girls who can definitively ID this guy, the fact there may have been multiple victims that young who are confused about certain details doesn't mean he didn't do it. It sounds like a variation of the Central Park 5 defense, because the negro perps gave inconsistent testimonies about the account of raping and attempting to murder a white woman then they must be innocent because otherwise they'd all tell the same exact story! Except in this case the white girls stories become the false testimony because 13 year old girls were confused about the color of the guys swimming trunks. They sure didn't seem confused about being groped by an older man though.
We know one thing for certain, if this was a white male, the whole media narrative and slant would be different and that judge Joyce Hester wouldn't be contriving excuses for him.