I wonder, at times, what it will take to wake people up. We saw the terrible cases of Frank Lombard, Mark Newton, and Walter Williams (at USC) -- gay men who hid behind gay liberation ideology while they molested and prostituted boys, or in the case of Kevin Jennings, assisted in other homosexual men's aims to do the same. Of course, not all gay men are abusers. But the policies being pushed by the ligbitist lobby -- "equal rights" to adopt and foster boys, protection from any investigative inquiry that might demean their sexuality, access to school curriculum through state-mandated subject matter changes and "It Gets Better" and the formation of gay-straight alliances -- give abusers cover and hamstring society's ability to protect children from an already existing homosexual molestation subculture. Look up the case of Mr. Canon, the British foster care youth who was placed with a homosexual couple that drugged and abused him, or the case of Mr. Wirth, the Connecticut man who was given custody of nine boys even after there were complaints lodged of homosexual abuse within the home. In these cases, authorities cannot fully investigate because the laws against hate crimes prevent them from posing any questions that leave them liable to accusations of homophobia.
Is it turns out, the teen in this case, Caleb Laieski, got into a sexual liaison with a fortysomething policeman who was tasked with representing law enforcement at events for gay rights.
Caleb Laieski, now 18, was 17 at the time of the alleged abuse. His alleged victim, a close friend he met on TrevorSpace (a social media site for children and young adults aged 13-24 who have an interest in homosexuality), was only 14 at the time. The younger boy said the sex was consensual, but that he felt “pressured” to participate. However, Arizona law says no one younger than 15 is capable of giving consent.