- Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' 'loyal Bushie' U.S.
Attorney for Western Texas covered up a major pedophile scandal with the
connivance of the Justice Department's Criminal Section of the Civil Rights
- Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, already under pressure
for firing several U.S. Attorneys not considered "loyal Bushies,"
now faces another scandal. Albert Moskowitz, the Chief of the Criminal
Section of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, sent a letter
dated September 27, 2005, to the Superintendent of the Texas Youth Commission's
West Texas State School youth detention facility declining the prosecution
of two of the Texas agency's employees -- Ray Brookins and John Hernandez
-- for engaging in sexual molestation of 10 underage males incarcerated
at the facility. The charges of molestation were originally brought by
Texas Ranger Brian J. Burzynski. Earlier, in a July 28, 2005 letter, the
Assistant US Attorney for West Texas, Bill Baumann, who works for US Attorney
Johnny Sutton, a close friend of Gonzales, sent a letter to Burzynski declining
federal prosecution in the pedophile case. In a decision that indicates
that the Gonzales Justice Department defines child molestation in very
narrow and high threshold terms, Baumann wrote that the young men at the
West Texas facility that claimed they were raped by Brookins and Hernandez
did not sustain "bodily injury" or "bodily pain." Baumann
also defined aggravated sexual assault as resulting from a "perpetrator
knowingly causing his victim to engage in a sexual act (which can include
contact between the mouth and penis) by force against the victim or by
threatening or placing the victim in fear that the victim (or any other
person) will be subjected to death, serious bodily injury or kidnapping).
Baumann stated, "I do not believe that sufficient evidence exists
to support a charge that either Brookins or Hernandez used force to cause
victims to engage in a sexual act."
- Astonishingly, Baumann also writes that "none of
the victims admit they consented to the sexual contact" with the juvenile
facility employees. However, Baumann then suggests that the underage males
came on to the prison guards and were "simply 'getting off' on the
school administrator. Baumann also indicates that "many students"
were "retained at the West Texas State School long after their initial
release date" but that "it would be difficult to prove that either
Mr. Brookins or Mr. Hernandez prevented their release." The clear
indication is that Brookins and Hernandez kept the boys incarcerated in
order to continue to sodomize them. Baumann, who appears to be borrowing
heavily from the tracts of the North American Man-Boy Love Association
(NAMBLA), suggests that sex between the underage males and detention facility
personnel is perfectly legitimate as long as the sex is consensual. There
are also reports that detained youth in the Texas Youth system are transported
from various facilities for purposes of prostitution.
- After the allegations about abuse at the West Texas detention
facility became public, Hernandez was forced to resign as principal at
a Midland, Texas charter school. A Ward County grand jury is investigating
- There are now reports that pedophilia extends to other
youth detention facilities in Texas. The Texas Sheltered Care Facility
in Nixon, in south Texas, is being investigated for the abuse, including
sexual molestation of detained Latin American immigrant youth housed at
the center. The facility is operated by Away from Home, Inc. Some 72 children
were relocated from the facility after the abuse charges were raised. The
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services investigated the Nixon
facility and referred the case to US Attorney Johnny Sutton and the FBI.
However, once again, Sutton decided "the alleged activity, which as
the focus of the investigation, could likely be more effectively addressed
by the state of Texas prosecutorial authorities." FBI agent Erik Vasys
told the Houston Chronicle that the FBI was "disappointed" in
the failure of the Justice Department to bring charges. Presidential adviser
Karl Rove has been implicated by child welfare advocates in Texas in the
failure of the Justice Department to prosecute the Texas child abuse and
pedophilia cases. Indictments in the case prepared by the US Attorney for
West Texas were reportedly spiked on the orders of the White House and
- Baumann states that Burzynski "thoroughly investigated
the allegations brought to your attention by the Texas Youth Commission"
and promptly interviewed all witnesses and victims, gathered appropriate
documentation from school officials and executed a federal search warrant
at the residence of Mr. Hernandez at West Texas State School in Pyote."
Baumann concludes, " It is my opinion, however, that our office's
resources would be better employed investigating and prosecuting cases
involving more clearly defined violations of federal criminal law."
- The decision of the Gonzales Justice Department to decline
prosecution of pedophiles within the Texas Youth Commission juvenile detention
system mirrors its failure to take prompt action last year in the case
of former Representative Mark Foley (R-FL), whose e-mails with underage
male congressional pages were turned over to the Justice Department for
investigation. On October 3, 2006, WMR reported the following:
- "WMR has learned from informed sources in the Justice
Department that the salacious e-mails from Rep. Mark Foley were leaked
to ABC News by career Justice Department prosecutors and FBI agents who
are incensed that Attorneys General John Ashcroft and Alberto Gonzales
covered up the House page scandal for political reasons. The back story
of Pagegate is that there was a criminal conspiracy by the top political
leadership of the Justice Department to cover up the predatory activities
of Foley and other GOP members of Congress since at least 2003 and, likely,
as early as 2001."
- Rove and Gonzales look out for the interests
of NAMBLA in the latest scandal to rock the Bush administration. Bush family
continues its long family tradition of promoting and protecting pedophiles.
- The GOP Congress and the Justice Department, under orders
from the White House, successfully covered up the Pagegate scandal. Similar
acts of pedophilia involving sodomy and other sexually explicit conduct
with underage males were carried out at the U.S. detention center in Abu
Ghraib, Iraq. The Donald Rumsfeld Pentagon, with the support of the White
House, covered up those incidents. Pedophilia and the Bush family spans
two generations. George H. W. Bush covered up a major prostitution scandal
involving underage males in the late 1980s. The scandal involved the use
of child prostitutes and congressional pages, some of whom were given midnight
tours of the Bush White House by the late GOP lobbyist Craig Spence. According
to The Franklin Coverup: Child Abuse, Satanism and Murder in Nebraska,
- by former Nebraska Republican State Senator John DeCamp,
the 1980s scandal also involved Nebraska's Boys Town orphanage, child prostitutes
from around the country, NAMBLA, top GOP officials in Nebraska, including
Franklin Savings and Loan chief Lawrence ("Larry') King. The Franklin
Scandal, as it is known, also implicated George H. W. Bush in at least
one sexual encounter with a 19-year old African American male named Brent.
- Pedophilia and the Bush family also extend to Florida.
While Jeb Bush was governor, the Florida Department of Children and Families
"lost" a number of computer files and falsified other files implicating
state employees and foster parents in serious cases of child abuse. There
were also cases of children in state care, including a five-year old Miami
girl being "lost." Democratic state legislators in Florida laid
direct blame for the incidents at the feet of Jeb Bush.
- Note: There is no middle ground with pedophilia. Either
government officials prosecute pedophile offenders or they do not. If they
do not, it is clear that they are either pedophiles themselves or aid and
abet in pedophile activities. In either case, it is a crime. Congress and
the FBI should take a close look at Alberto Gonzales, Albert Moskowitz,
Johnny Sutton, Bill Baumann, and Karl Rove.