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Today’s Male Terrorism: Cop Who Stalked, Ejaculated on Driver, Acquitted of Sexual Assault

Parks

Everybody agrees that the former Irvine, California police officer above, David Park, ejaculated on a woman during a late-night traffic stop.  She said he did, DNA tests confirmed it, and he finally admitted it.   

The woman in the case was a topless dancer.  She had been stalked by this guy prior to the night in question.  He had stopped her after she’d left her work shift one night, engaged her in pleasant chit-chat, ignored a plastic baggie in her car which contained drugs, and got her phone number.  He had called her the next day wanting to meet with her and she’d said no.

He  admits he ran the identifications of nine other dancers also employed where this woman worked through DMV computers in the weeks prior to the incident.  He said that was a “coincidence.”  He also admitted he was told by his superiors to stay away from strip clubs.  On the night in question, he ran the woman’s name through DMV computers and learned she had a suspended license.  He did not request a police back-up, though there was a possibility for an arrest.  He dismantled the global positioning device in his police car.  He left Irvine and finally stopped her car outside of his jurisdiction.  When he stopped her, he forced her to perform a sex act   Telephone records establish that he called her afterwards using an assumed name of an officer who had died months earlier and told her to keep her mouth shut.  After an internal investigation, he was fired.  The police department settled with the woman for $400,000.

Prosecutors charged Park on 10 separate counts, including three felony charges of sexual assault.  It was a jury trial.  The jury included one woman and 11 men, most of whom were in their 50s and 60s.   Park’s attorney, Al Stokke,  accused the woman of “purposefully ‘weakening’ Park so that he became ‘a man,’ not a cop during the traffic stop.”  At one point the questioning was as follows:

“You dance around a pole, don’t you?” Stokke asked.
Superior Court Judge William Evans ruled the question irrelevant.
“Do you place a pole between your legs and go up and down?”
“No,” said Lucy before the judge interrupted.
“You do the dancing to get men to do what you what them to do,” said Stokke. And the same thing happened out there on that highway [in Laguna Beach].  You wanted [Park] to take some sex!”
Lucy said, “No sir.”
“You had a buzz on [that night], didn’t you?”
“No, sir.”

In his closing argument, Stokke  described the woman as “one of those girls who have learned the art of the tease, getting what they want . . . they’ve learned to separate men from their money.”  He said, ““She got what she wanted.  She’s an overtly sexual person.”

And, you know, if a woman is overtly sexual, it’s open season, men are absolutely free to rape her, sexually assault her, violate her in any way they choose and walk away. Which this guy did. The jury found him not guilty.

Another similar case is pending against a former Anaheim police officer, Bradley Stewart Wagner, who is accused of false imprisonment and sexual battery for threatening to have an undocumented Mexican woman deported if she didn’t have sex with him.

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Discussion

43 thoughts on “Today’s Male Terrorism: Cop Who Stalked, Ejaculated on Driver, Acquitted of Sexual Assault

  1. I’m frustrated, angry, and saddened.

    “She wanted him to take some sex” Bullshit she she did. Look at that wording there ‘take’ like sex is something to just take from women.

    He stalked her, invited her out, and she refused, he then forced sex acts on her.

    Yeah, that sure sounds like ‘she wanted it’ buddy.

    Argh!

    Posted by cellycel | February 13, 2007, 1:29 am
  2. Police officers rarely get convicted of any crimes they commit on or off duty. They almost always walk. It’s like if jurors actually decide to convict them, they would have to realize that not all police officers are honest, law-abiding, professional individuals, and then I guess they would never be able to hold onto their beliefs, society as we know it would all be one big lie and the universe might implode or something.

    Especially for sexual crimes. I guess if jurors convicted them, they would have to reject the belief that why would a police officer have to abuse or rape a woman, when he probably has women chasing after him and yes, they are going to think because of her profession, she asked for it. As important as it is still for a woman to be a nun if she’s raped, it’s practically mandatory if she’s sexually abused or assaulted by a police officer. The only chance women have is if they are White, middle-class or better and have no criminal record and it’s just a better chance than most other women especially those who are Black or Latino, poor and/or have criminal records and it’s these women who are most often targets because they won’t be believed.

    Fortunately, at least one officer who raped at least a dozen women over a 10 year period plead guilty after a hung jury at his first trial and is doing 34 years with parole possible in 17.

    You know, the police knew he was guilty, which is why he’s fired and he violated a lot of departmental policies before committing a crime that could be proven and why else do that? Why else deactivate your geological positioning device? Why not call backup? The city knew he was guilty because they settled a law suit filed against it. I couldn’t find out under what context Park made his admissions whether it was to I.A. or to criminal investigators which makes a difference because state law prohibits release of any evidence or statements given by officers in an administrative investigation to the criminal investigators or prosecutors because officers have to waive their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in I.A. interviews. He could have given an entirely version to them than he gave to investigators or the prosecutor and there’s no way anyone outside of the I.A. division would ever know.

    His acquittal gives him a pretty good chance of getting hired back by Irvine if he chooses to arbitrate his termination. The city may have to pay him a lot of money to keep him off the force.

    Posted by Radfem | February 13, 2007, 5:11 am
  3. I would think at minimum he would be guilty of deliction of duty and behavior unbecoming of a police officer. How can one admit he had sex (consensual or not) on duty, on company time, and not expect reprimand. Will he claim he was on a break?

    What a creep.

    Posted by chasingmoksha | February 13, 2007, 5:20 am
  4. He was probably fired for conduct unbecoming of an officer. Accessing databases for personal use is also a serious violation of policy. Some agencies fire officers for that, others don’t.

    What is consensual between an officer and a woman when he’s in uniform and exercising police powers? I had a female friend who was subjected to a police officer’s crude sexual gestures and comments and she went along with them, not because she thought he was funny, let alone attractive, but because he’s an officer and he’s got all the power. He was so confident in his ability to act out that way, he even did it in front of his sergeant who apparently didn’t do anything to correct him or report him.

    Posted by Radfem | February 13, 2007, 5:53 am
  5. “What is consensual between an officer and a woman when he’s in uniform and exercising police powers?”

    By no means do I believe it was consensual. I only framed it that way in order to consider the counter of his possible defense in getting his job back.

    My x-b-i-l was fired from the Houston Police in the late 80s for making women have sex with him in order to get their traffic tickets dismissed. To this day he feels he was wronged. Then the dumb fool when to law school, but because he has something on his record from that incident he can only practice I think corporate law and I think only in the state of New York. Last I heard, when he could not pass his bar he entered medical school. He has no intentions of ever paying his student loans off.

    Posted by chasingmoksha | February 13, 2007, 5:59 am
  6. His only defense would be to admit it’s consensual if caught and his DNA got him caught. It keeps him out of prison. In several years, he’ll either be back in law enforcement or paid off by Irvine to retire with some minor injury in his career that all of a sudden will have been career ending even before he was able to physically perform the duties of a police officer on the days the incidents occurred.

    He should head off to South Carolina. After all, an agency there hired a registered sex offender not too long ago.

    I wasn’t thinking consenual vs not consensual but more like how is there a circumstance when it is consenusal given the power differential between police officers and women in the community. If a woman agrees, how can you be sure they aren’t doing it out of fear of arrest or harm or intimidation to them or their families?

    My city’s department actually doesn’t allow reprimends for conduct becoming of an officer which includes sexual misconduct whether it’s as they call it, consensual or criminal. Not that some department supervisors won’t try to recommend it as happened in my city’s department when a rape investigator had sexual relations with a rape victim whose case he was handling.

    He admitted it, the department believed him, the city paid out, the chief ignored the recommendation to give him a written reprimend and fired him. Despite that, he did get reinstated through arbitration, though the city fought it, lost at the initial curt level and it’s up at the court of appeals. My councilman assured me that the city’s position was strongly opposed to allowing him back to work. What will happen is the appellate court will back the lower court and the city will probably pay him off with cash and a retirement package. A lieutenant who was the bargaining unit head for lieutenants and captains actually tried to explain away his behavior by citing serious problems with the sexual assault unit, of which there’s no doubt there were many, but to use that situation to try to defend this detective’s conduct just added to an already bad situation.

    Posted by Radfem | February 13, 2007, 6:55 am
  7. I’m going to get a bit controversial here…we know it is nearly impossible to get a conviction for raping a prostitute or a dancer but here is what I propose…again, it’s controversial but I’m sure some prosecutor could pull this off. Sex for money is a business transaction (or so they say). If a person walked into a business and took something they’d be arrested for theft, go to jail, pay a fine and have a mark on their record. If they beat the employee during the act of robbery even more charges are piled on. What I’m getting at is, if a devil rapes a prostitute and no one is willing to try him because of the girls reputation then can’t they go after that devil for robbery and felony battery while committing robbery? I understand that it means admitting that she is viewed as a product, as an object, but if there is a way to get offenders off the street then do we really care how it’s done or what law it’s done under? If I walked up to a woman and took $20 from her by force I’m going to jail, no doubt about it. I’ve stolen something, I took it by force, with intimidation, etc. that is illegal even if the person I took it from isn’t thought to be an upstanding citizen.

    In the eyes of the law there is a difference between raping someone who is a prostitute as opposed to someone who is not. so, if that difference already exists then why not go ahead and take them off the street for a crime like robbery. if a person wants to separate those who sell sex for money then perhaps the laws should be written to reflect that separation. To prosecute and get real time you have to pile on the charges, robbery, blackmail, beaten during the course of the robbery, etc. There has to be some way to do this, the present way isn’t working.

    I’d like to know how on earth they got away with 11 men and one woman.

    Austin of Sundrip Journals

    Posted by Austin | February 13, 2007, 11:28 pm
  8. i just cannot believe this… and this asshole got away with this?!?!? Yes you know justice was served afterall she did receive her “right to a jury of her peers”

    uuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhh

    Sorry but that is just how this makes me feel. This man is more than just a pervert he is a criminal. She is guilty and discredited because of her profession. This case was more his profession vs hers and because she was catergorized as one of “those” women she is in the wrong. this is terrible… nothing can make me believe we live in an equal society.

    Posted by Divine Purpose | February 13, 2007, 11:29 pm
  9. Unfortunately the victim doesn’t have the right to the jury of her peers–the offender has the right to a jury of HIS peers. Which it sounds like he got–a jury of misogynist, rapist, abusive pricks.

    Posted by Amy's Brain Today | February 14, 2007, 12:31 am
  10. Between this and the Gregory Haidl case, the Orange County judicial system seems to want to establish itself as the free rape capital of the US.

    Posted by gingermiss | February 14, 2007, 12:53 am
  11. Does anyone else think this whole website is just a forum for lesbians and dykes? Go burn your bras

    Posted by heterowhitemale | February 14, 2007, 1:41 am
  12. Hee. Once in a while, I gotta let a heterowhitemale type through for comic relief.
    😀

    Posted by womensspace | February 14, 2007, 4:11 am
  13. And G*D FORBID LESBIANS AND DYKES SHOULD HAVE A FORUM! TEH HORROR!!!!!!!

    Posted by Amy's Brain Today | February 14, 2007, 5:31 am
  14. HA!!
    😀

    Posted by womensspace | February 14, 2007, 5:32 am
  15. I think it is lesbian and dyke envy. Perhaps he wishes he could be a lesbian or a dyke. You know how those white hetero men want to claim everything, be everything, be able to denounce everything, and most of all make a buck from everything. If it wasn’t for his own oppressive institution of patriachy that he prescribes to he could live out those repressed desires and leave lesbian and dyke forums alone.

    Perhaps he can leave his address, I will send him my old dresses.

    Posted by chasingmoksha | February 14, 2007, 5:46 am
  16. Well, maybe I am just hysterical from reading all of the comments from other “heterowhitemales” I have been spamming. On the one hand, I want to post them to say hello, this is what your everyday average heterowhitemale thinks and writes. On the other hand, over my dead body will I host that level of woman-hating.

    I can only wonder how heterowhitemale parses out “lesbians” and “dykes.”

    Heart

    Posted by womensspace | February 14, 2007, 5:55 am
  17. It is infuriatingly unjust that peoples’ ‘societal roles’ (i.e.; stripper/cop) are played out in court. They are exaggerated and manipulated, turned into cartoon characters – an Eve-like sex worker, hedonistic, immoral, or trapped by poverty and drugs; and the heroic American cop. Of course.

    If a woman works in the sex industry, it is her fault that man is ‘tempted’ by her sexuality when that temptation goes awry. It doesn’t matter that he abused his privileges, ignored laws or plagued her with unwanted attention. So what if she ‘bewitched’ him with her pole dancing? He has a responsibility to act with restraint, honour and dignity.

    WHY ARE WOMEN BLAMED FOR MEN’S WEAKNESSES?

    It makes me furious that so many police officers are acquitted of offenses like sexual assault, battery, or high-speed hit and runs whilst off-duty.

    Posted by morgan | February 14, 2007, 12:22 pm
  18. Lesbians and dykes? Have we splintered? Which group am I in? And what’s this ‘bra’ you speak of?

    Please heterowhitemale, I need your big dick wisdom.

    Posted by Annie G | February 14, 2007, 1:50 pm
  19. Does anyone else think this whole website is just a forum for lesbians and dykes?

    LOL. You say that as if that’s a bad thing.

    Homophobia: Insecurity about being heterosexual.

    Posted by Luckynkl | February 14, 2007, 1:56 pm
  20. “big dick”

    How generous of you.

    Posted by uppitybiscuit | February 14, 2007, 1:59 pm
  21. hehe. An error on my part, I’m sure.

    Posted by Annie G | February 14, 2007, 3:13 pm
  22. Goodness, sounds like one of my visitors, as I did have one who was obsessed with the whole bra burning thing, though he wasn’t able to spell “bra” correctly.😀

    Some of my site’s visitors from my city have come in through feminist Web sites I have posted at.

    The jury was 11 men and one woman, I believe and you can’t underestimate how unwilling most juries are to convict police officers of anything if they are guilty. It would like wreck their whole world to learn that everything society has taught them about police officers is wrong, in that they’re people not idols on pedestals. He could have done the crime in the town square and it wouldn’t make one whit of difference. Any jury would still acquit him.

    Whether it’s abuse under the color of authority. Rape or sodomy under the color of authority, false report writing, perjury, child molestation, domestic violence(which they rarely face criminal charges for, because it’s viewed as a “private matter”) and other crimes. And even if a jury will move in that direction, there are still 2-3 jurors who will hold out. Other jurors will complain that the holdouts refused to believe a police officer could lie or commit a crime.

    I get dozens of articles daily of police officers breaking the law all over the country. So it is clearly going on, but there’s no accountability involved.

    Posted by Radfem | February 14, 2007, 4:29 pm
  23. Earlier this year my mom was at a party where she met a guy who works at some type of juvenile detention camp in Colorado, who wants to be a cop. He told her and several people at the party that he likes making the kids he supervises cry. So if anybody ever doubted that cops are sadistic pricks….It does surprise me, though, that even while more and more people I know, including white men, have had nasty encounters with cops where they’re clearly just on a power trip and they know the cops are on a power trip, those same people still cling to some sort of bizarre cop worship. But then I come to my senses and realize that much as many white men may hate cops, they still hate women more.

    Posted by mekhit | February 14, 2007, 5:09 pm
  24. There are lesbians and dykes here?

    M’aidez M’aidez

    {{Does a certain poster here ever check her e-mail?}}

    Posted by MedeaOnCrack | February 14, 2007, 5:14 pm
  25. How did I miss this in the news??? Dear Lord…what a scum bag.

    Posted by Rhonda | February 14, 2007, 5:40 pm
  26. Annie G: Yeah, really, I’d love for heterowhitemale to tell me what the difference is between lesbians and dykes.
    🙂

    Posted by Amy's Brain Today | February 14, 2007, 6:45 pm
  27. I do not want to be too presumptuous, however, if anyone here has ever attempted to email me, I did not get it. Not saying I would expect an email or anything unless it is ridiculed with suspicion and censure. But just in case the one address is not working, my footman can always take calling cards for me at chasingmoksha at aol dot com.

    I crack myself up.

    Posted by chasingmoksha | February 14, 2007, 7:05 pm
  28. In California, I don’t believe prostitution is legal. That being the case, it probably wouldn’t be possible to prosecute the rapist for ‘stealing’ a good’ that isn’t legal to sell. There are arguments to this nature being used that legalizing prostitution would help prosecute this sort of behavior, lending the ‘goods’ of a prostitute legal status that she has the right to defend (and demand $$ for). Since my personal belief is that legalizing prostitution would eventually cause much more harm than good, I think a better way to pursue justice would be to… oh, I don’t know, lynch him? Post his picture all over the internet, warning of how dangerous he is? Send copies of the evidence to his family? Stage protests of his existence?

    But really, if I had any ideas that would actually work, it would be nice.😛

    Perhaps the violence and beating could be prosecuted, if provable. If appropriate pictures were taken, documented, etc. I’ve wondered in the past myself why it all comes down to her made-up consent for sex when we’re talking accompanied violence. But getting deep into that pisses off the S&M people, because apparently she COULD really want to consent to that, too. So… people are a little afraid to mess with them, because they’ve got all kinds of creative means to make you cry.

    Posted by Pramiti | February 14, 2007, 7:30 pm
  29. Yeh CM. You crack me up too. I love you. But you aren’t the *lucky* person I’ve been trying to TALK to.

    Although, yes, I have desperately tried to leave pithy and brilliant comments at your blog. I’ve been thwarted, so they’ve remained unpithed.

    Posted by MedeaOnCrack | February 14, 2007, 8:13 pm
  30. Hey, I’m a lucky person! **grin**

    But no, I haven’t received any emails either. It’s been at least a month. You don’t write, you don’t call, what’s a woman to do? 😛

    Now put down that crack and check out your email. Notice anything interesting about the spelling of my name? Or should I have my friend Daemon contact you?

    Posted by Luckynkl | February 15, 2007, 1:03 am
  31. Hey, I checked my e-mail and see a bunch of e-mails from MedeaOnCrack, which I am going to read. 🙂

    Heart

    Posted by womensspace | February 15, 2007, 1:14 am
  32. Well yes, I and all my soods did have a meltdown yesterday. I hate the medical profession. All.

    Posted by MedeaOnCrack | February 15, 2007, 2:23 am
  33. thanks for the update on that whole “jury of her peers” remark sorry and I am the one who wants to go to law school. I know that its not the victim on trial but inmy anger and view of her actually being the one on trial though she was the victim it got confused. sigh….

    also the heterowhitemale… LOL. yes graze over the issue and blame the dykes, the niggers, the chinc’s, the spic’s…. wow. Not that one of the “fine upstanding” members of your group did any wrong here… no we must all be misunderstanding him. Poor cop was forced to cum on a stripper… (smirk)

    Posted by Divine Purpose | February 15, 2007, 2:40 am
  34. amy I believe, could be wrong that Dyke is the slur for Lesbian. Someone know any different? That is what prompted my earlier angry and bitter post…

    (also I apologize for the language… didnt mean to offend anyone here but you get the point I am making right?)

    Posted by Divine Purpose | February 15, 2007, 2:43 am
  35. Heh heh, DP. The lesbian-dyke distinction–whether it exists, and if so, what the distinction is–is the source of ENDLESS discussions among lesbians (and dykes!). And if WE don’t know what the difference is–or don’t agree–then heterowhitemale certainly doesn’t know. So he’s impugning the intelligence of his race AND his sex here.
    🙂

    Posted by Amy's Brain Today | February 15, 2007, 3:01 am
  36. Hey, I checked my e-mail and see a bunch of e-mails from MedeaOnCrack, which I am going to read.

    Yeah, but are you lucky? 😛

    Ok, ok, so my email has a hungry gremlin in it. I’ve been getting all these completely blank emails over the last month. I guess those are just the ones the gremlin only took a bite out of and didn’t completely gobble up and devour. Yahoo seems to have smote the gremlin now tho.

    RE: Lesbian-dyke

    Sometimes I’m a lesbian, sometimes a dyke. It just depends on my mood. 😛

    Actually, I use the word “dyke” when I’m among dykes and I use the word “lesbian” when I’m around straight people. I like the word “lesbo” even better. But most of the time I don’t say anything at all. Cuz who cares? Except for dumb whiteheteroboy? Who’s apparently concerned that lesbianism will create a shortage in men’s commodity for fuckable women. Pickings must be slim for him. Can’t imagine why. He’s got such a charming personality.

    Posted by Luckynkl | February 15, 2007, 6:49 am
  37. i second that emotion! lol. Fuckable women?!?!?!?! sorry as that is… it may well be his concern. lol… man…

    Posted by Divine Purpose | February 16, 2007, 6:25 am
  38. This just in from one of my trolls who I think has been posting on and off for possibly as long as 18 months now. He’s into racial stereotypes, sexist remarks and posting information about internal investigations as well as whiny rants about departmental management and just how unfair being White and male really is.

    He posted this in an article about the race and gender breakdown of my city’s agency.

    The term split-tail is degrading towards all women. I prefer snatch!

    Ron Jeremy

    Posted by Radfem | February 16, 2007, 7:42 am
  39. Finally got the time to catch up on this thread.

    AnnieG, that was LOL funny, yeah; what is this ‘bra’ thing they are always on about?

    And Lucky’s “…will create a shortage in men’s commodity for fuckable women. Pickings must be slim for him. Can’t imagine why. He’s got such a charming personality.

    Pleeze stop! I’m bordering on bladder weakness right about now!😀

    Posted by stormy | February 17, 2007, 2:06 am
  40. Hello all It’s been a while for me i know. I just got back from a deaf immersion. No voicing and all ASL for 5 days… lol and from there jumped into an oral presentation and a lecture in my black social movement and philosophy class..

    blah blah blah… back now. Radfem thank you for that add. I think its disgusting. Rape is terrible PERIOD and how much worse when committed by a man who is supposed to UPHOLD the laws designed to protect people.

    I have another comment.

    Amy’s Brain Today Says:

    February 15th, 2007 at 3:01 am
    Heh heh, DP. The lesbian-dyke distinction–whether it exists, and if so, what the distinction is–is the source of ENDLESS discussions among lesbians (and dykes!). And if WE don’t know what the difference is–or don’t agree–then heterowhitemale certainly doesn’t know. So he’s impugning the intelligence of his race AND his sex here.

    I think that all oppressed people are in one way or another oppressive themselves. We have to be very careful of that. I have been on this kick lately well its more than just a kick but I have been trying to be mindful of the things that Lucretia says, and how she acts and reacts to ignorance and to identify her own ignorance. Its far to easy to, in anger and hurt, turn and repeat the same behaviors we oppose. I find that a lot in the Black community. My people have a habit of repeating the same racist behaviors and comments they suffer. It is incorrectly termed reversed-racism. If you ask me racism is RACISM and the reversal would or should mean that it ends… lol but when you immitate or one up the MAN you merely are reducing yourself to his level.
    Just an observation i made. I think that’s true of ALL oppressed people. Since I’ve been away and even when I came back I have seen it a lot in the deaf community. Many, not all, hate hearing people. We are seen as oppressive and ignorant by choice… I had one of my deaf teachers at immersion end our complete session on the last day saying pls dont come here to learn our language and take our jobs. Let deaf people have their jobs… Well to me that’s the same as a White male saying to me, “ya know Latisha, or is it LaQuisha, (note thats not my name but feed into this with me here) you’re a great person. You’re strong smart funny, but you arent suited to be a lawyer… Leave that job to the white men who dominate this field. We’re good at it, we excel in it we know most about it.” Does anyone here see a difference in that? Beause I dont. Its the same concept just different words.

    I have been doing a lot of studying of the topic of oppression. What is oppression I even wrote a paper for my class on it. We cannot afford to be standofish… see because all of us who responded to heterowhitemale me included, in some way, were using the same type of negative speech that he brought here. In another thread I was on the receiving end of such bashing. Its not the way to cause CHANGE. To envoke a consciousness of the issues. He needs to be educated not ridiculed. Heart you letting that through does more than serve as amusement. lol it teaches us to look into ourselves and see where we are flawed and where we are just as biased and bigoted and oppressive as the forces and institutions we oppose.

    Just my 4 or 5 cent.

    Posted by Divine Purpose | February 23, 2007, 11:33 pm
  41. oh one more piece… this same teacher gave a class on sex/street signs… and when teaching the sign for vagina and vulve he said PUSSY!!!!!!! SO (OH YEAH HERE COMES THE RAGE LADIES) HOW CAN YOU SAY OH HEARIES DONT TAKE OUR JOBS YET I HAVE TO SUFFER THROUGH YOU USING THE WORD PUSSY… HE NEVER SAID DICK HE SAID PENIS… SO POLITICALLY CORRECT AND “RESPECTFUL” TO MEN… BUT POLITICALLY INCORRECT AND BLATANTLY DISRESPECTFUL TO WOMEN.. too many women in the crowd winced when he said it and NOT ONE spoke… I had to hold my tongue or rather my hands since I couldnt voice lol and wait till I was calmer… yeah still waiting lol. But I will be sure to email him about this because I feel that me going off on him teaches him NOTHING but having a discussion on it and being active will teach him.

    Posted by Divine Purpose | February 23, 2007, 11:38 pm

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