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Gay Adoption Horror: Duke University Official Molested Adopted African American Son, Pimped Son to Cop in Web Sting


Associate director of Duke University's Center for Health Policy,
Frank Lombard, was recently arrested by the FBI and charged
with offering up his adopted 5-year-old African American son
for sex to an undercover cop. Lombard admitted to molesting his
own adopted son to the undercover officer in an online chat room
under the user name "Perv Dad for Fun". He invited the under
cover officer to travel to North Carolina to rape his already-molested
adopted son. Lombard faces 20 years in prison if convicted but is
not eligible for the death penalty.

Lombard bragged to the detective that “the abuse of the child was
easier when the child was too young to talk or know what was
happening, but that he had drugged the child with Benadryl
during the molestation,”
according to the detective’s affidavit.

Lombard is gay and adopted the two children together with his
partner. He lists himself as a fan of controversial gay Bishop
Gene Robinson on his facebook page.
http://www.facebook.com/people/Frank-Lombard/1316445#/friends.php?i...

The big question remains on how Duke University and the media will
address this in light of explosive nature of gay adoption and homo-
sexuality in the current political environment. So far the mainstream
media has been mum on this issue even though they were quick to
rush judgment in the case of the Duke Lacrosse players which were later
found to be innocent.

This case also has the potential to highlight a growing number of similar
cases over the past few years in which gay adoptive parents have been
found to be molesting their adoptive children. One of the most shocking
cases comes from the UK where Ian Wathey, 41, was jailed for five years
and his partner, Craig Faunch, 32, for six years after being found guilty of
several counts of involving the abuse of four boys aged between eight
and 14. This was the first gay male couple in the UK to be approved for
foster care. Social workers said that they were afraid of being labeled
homophobes and ignored some signs that would've otherwise indicated
abuse.
This pattern of abuse is not just limited to adoptive and foster
parents.Just this last month a gay rights campaigner and executive adviser
on child sex issues, James Rennie,was found to be leading a double life as leader
of pedophile ring and carried out an attack on a three-month-old baby boy
while baby sitting him for friends.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1178354/Gay-rights-campaig...

The question remains whether this pattern of child sexual abuse and male
homosexuals will be seen as a validation of some studies which suggest
that homosexual men are more than 40 times more likely than the general
population to molest. Dr. Judith Reisman Ph.D., one such researcher who
found this to be the case, states clearly "You're looking at a much
higher rate of abuse,".This follows other studies that show that homo-
sexuals are more likely to have been abused as children. Statistics also
show that children that are abused are more likely to become abusers
with as many as 70% of parents who abuse having also been abused
themselves.

Can modern political correctness and political activism be resolved
with a growing body of evidence showing a clear connection
between male homosexuality and child abuse? Not all homosexuals
are abusers but far too many are to be ignored.


Resources and sources:

http://www.drjudithreisman.org/

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn7587

http://www.drthrockmorton.com/

http://www.childhelp.org/resources/learning-center/statistics

http://www.familyresearchinst.org/

http://www.narth.com/

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Tags: Gay, Homosexuality

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