Instead of making yet another update to my original post on this sordid subject, I thought this amazing revelation deserved it’s own place in infamy. Besides, the previous post had already reached proportions well beyond merely epic.
“(CNN) — A retired prosecutor whose comments in a 2008 HBO documentary threatened to derail a 31-year-old sex case against film director Roman Polanski now says he lied.
David Wells told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Thursday that he “buttered up” his role in the Polanski case for the documentary crew. He said he lied about trying to goad a judge to sentence Polanski to prison in 1978 for having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
Wells’ comments in “Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired” raised questions of judicial misconduct and spawned Polanski’s most recent effort to get the case dismissed. But the legal challenge stalled when Polanski refused to return to the United States, where he faced certain arrest.
“I made these imprudent comments, just to liven it up a little,” Wells said. “In retrospect, it was a bad thing to do, and I never knew this thing was going to be shown in the United States.””
I’m surprised that a lawyer would lie – AAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAaaa – to stoke his ego – OOOOHOHOHOHOHOHOOOooo – and brag – EEEEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEEEEeee… Okay, so I’m not.
This documentary, you see, was the fig leaf that the leftards were using to hide their shame behind while they rationalized that Polanski should be freed. So now I’m expecting them all to recant and say that roamin’ Roman should finally face justice…
… ~crickets~ …
I’m kidding, of course.
Oh, and did you know that Polanski and Nastassja Kinski were lovers?… When she was just fifteen years old? Seems Roman is a classic pedophile, and not just a one-time offender.
Just when I thought this couldn’t get any weirder.