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See the video below, and you can see that a pretty girl McKayla Maroney, an Olympic gold medalist, confessed on Twitter that she was sexually abused by her team doctor. She claims that she was sexually abused under the guise of treatment by the team doctor from the age of 13 until her retirement.
In the article, she says: “Mr. Nassar had given me a sleeping pill for the flight, and the next thing I know, I was all along with him in his hotel room getting a ‘treatment.’” This phrase reminds me of *Miss Shiori Ito.
Note: * She took a legal action against a former TBS reporter who raped her, in Japan.
I find it impossible think that such disgusting events are typically found in the U.S. I believe that sexual abuse is firmly entrenched in the entertainment and modelling worlds. Probably, world beauty pageants are in a similar situation. As I remember, a winner of a beauty pageant held in South Korea sued in tears a judge who forced her to have sex with him.
I have a special kind of sensitivity. I sometimes realize the time when a beauty pageant winner got the position by sexually buying judges.
Some men commit sin by using their position, while some women use men’s desire.
The second article is the sequel to the scandal of Harvey Weinstein who has been kicked out of filmdom. It appears that he offered up the names who committed the same sin as he did by plea-bargain with the FBI. However, such rapists justify themselves by saying that “they did not have sex without mutual consent.”
It is true that some women use such justification. However, as clearly shown by the example of a woman in the first article clearly, that is not the case with all women.
It appears that a full-scale “cleaning out of the sludge” has started in the U.S. I hope that Japan will follow suit.
October 22, 2017
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Distributed by YouTube – October 18, 2017 –
Olympic Gold Gymnast Makayka Maroney Says Team Doctor Molested Her Today
English translation of an excerpt of a Japanese article: Yahoo! JAPAN News – October 19, 2017 –
Olympic Gold Gymnast confesses on Twitter she was sexually abused by team doctor beginning when she was 13
On October 18, McKayla Maroney, an Olympic gold medalist confessed on Twitter that she was sexually abused by U.S. Women’s National Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar.
Maroney is 21 years old, born in 1995. She won a gold medal at the 2011 World Championship in Tokyo and at the 2012 London Olympics, respectively. According to Maroney, the team doctor started sexual abuse when she was 13 and did not stop the abuse until her retirement.
Sexual abuse started at her first national team training camp in Texas. According to Maroney, Nassar explained that it was a necessary treatment based on his 30 years of experience. The abuse under the guise of treatment continued and she was abused just before her U.S. team won gold at the 2012 London Olympics.
*She wrote a post on Twitter: “For me, the scariest night of my life happened when I was 15 years old. I had flown all day long and night with the team to get to Tokyo. He’d given me a sleeping pill for the flight, and the next thing I know, I was all along with him in his hotel room getting a ‘treatment.’ I thought I was going to die that night.”
Note: * This part is quoted from
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Excerpt from a Japanese article: Design of Creation Society – October 19, 2017 –
Harvey Weinstein Gives Names of Hollywood & Washington DC Pedophiles to FBI
Disgraced movie mogul cuts deal by naming elite pedophilia network to law enforcement
Following Harvey Weinstein's epic fall from the highest reaches of the societal and political hierarchy, the disgraced former movie mogul has decided to cut a deal with the FBI and has offered up the names of elite pedophiles in Hollywood and Washington D.C.
Weinstein has been part of America's oligarchy for decades and has used his power, wealth, and political reach to bully and rape those in weaker positions than himself for far too long.
Now, it seems, he is using all the information, on the depraved crimes that take place in the upper reaches of society, that he has gathered over the years to his advantage, as his "get out of jail free card".
According to sources within the FBI, Weinstein has offered up the names of some of the most powerful and influential people in the United States in connection with pedophilia, child pornography, and human trafficking.
Perhaps this could be the "Hurricane Harvey" that Donald Trump was referring to when he made his recent comments about "the calm before the storm".
It has now become crystal clear that Weinstein has just been the tip of the iceberg, and according to the New York Times, the floodgates have well and truly been opened in Hollywood.
NY Times reports: In recent days, the singer Bjork, the “Riverdale” actress Lili Reinhart and the “Inside Edition” correspondent Lisa Guerrero lodged new accusations against other men who work in entertainment.
The model Cameron Russell started a thread on her Instagram account on misconduct by men in fashion. It has led to more than 50 models anonymously sharing their stories of harassment.
Beginning with an article about the allegations against Mr. Weinstein that The New York Times published on Oct. 5, more than 30 accusers have stepped forward with charges of harassment, assault and even rape against the mogul.
Now, it seems, as Weinstein scrambles to save his own skin, he will take down some of his sick friends with him.