Bestiality on the Bench
You couldn't make this stuff up.
Los Angeles Times reports: "A closely watched obscenity trial in Los Angeles federal court was suspended Wednesday after the judge acknowledged maintaining his own publicly accessible website featuring sexually explicit photos and videos...Alex Kozinski admits he posted some of the explicit content. He says he didn't think the public could see the site, which is now blocked."
Question: if the public wasn't supposed to see it, why have a web site at all? Why not just keep all his dirty pictures hidden on his hard drive and access it directly, like most perverts do?
"Alex Kozinski, chief judge of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, granted a 48-hour stay in the obscenity trial of a Hollywood adult filmmaker after the prosecutor requested time to explore 'a potential conflict of interest concerning the court having a . . . sexually explicit website with similar material to what is on trial here.'"
Now that's a bit of courtroom drama I would have liked to have seen. "I introduce State's Exhibits 70 through 245, taken off His Honor's personal web site..."
"In an interview Tuesday with The Times, Kozinski acknowledged posting sexual content on his website. Among the images on the site were a photo of naked women on all fours painted to look like cows and a video of a half-dressed man cavorting with a sexually aroused farm animal. He defended some of the adult content as funny but conceded that other postings were inappropriate."
Okay, so this kinky bastard knew they were "inappropriate?" Why did he post them, then? He thought that his web site couldn't be accessed by the public, so presumably only he and maybe a few select friends could look at this filthy mess?
"Kozinski, 57, said that he thought the site was for his private storage and that he was not aware the images could be seen by the public, although he also said he had shared some material on the site with friends."
How does one go about that? E-mail a fellow judge, or maybe a Senator like "Twinkle Toes" Craig, or Governor Schwarzenegger, and say "Hey, Ah-nold, go to such and such a site and look at the butt nekkid guy made up to look like a barnyard animal committing bizarre and perverted sexual acts! Hyuk hyuk hyuk!"
"Kozinski is one of the nation's highest-ranking judges and has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the U.S. Supreme Court."
Well, he'll be right in there in his element with "Wise Latina" Sonia Sotomayor, Judge Clarence "Long Dong Silver" Thomas and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who already looks like a barnyard animal with no need for any makeup.
"He was named chief judge of the 9th Circuit last year" (aka "The Nutty Ninth" for its consistently left-wing and depraved judicial philosophy) "and is considered a judicial conservative on most issues. He was appointed to the federal bench by President Reagan in 1985."
Ah, I see. If he'd been a Democrat, I doubt we would ever have heard of the fact that Hizzoner was running a porno site. It would have been flushed down the media's Memory Hole along with all Barack and Michelle Obama's pecadilloes
Hizzoner is now trying to dodge responsibility by blaming his son. "After publication of an latimes.com article about his website Wednesday morning, the judge offered another explanation for how the material might have been posted to the site. Tuesday evening he had told The Times that he had a clear recollection of some of the most objectionable material and that he was responsible for placing it on the Web. By Wednesday afternoon, as controversy about the website spread, Kozinski was seeking to shift responsibility, at least in part, to his adult son, Yale. 'Yale called and said he's pretty sure he uploaded a bunch of it,' Kozinski wrote in an e-mail to Abovethelaw.com, a legal news website. 'I had no idea, but that sounds right because I sure don't remember putting some of that stuff there. Get my son! He's the pervert, not me!'"
Gee, thanks, Dad!
You know, things like this make me wonder more and more, what the hell really does go on at those Bohemian Grove get-togethers?