Court won’t dismiss Roman Polanski sex case; ‘He has to surrender himself’

Dec 26, 2014
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A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has rejected an effort by well-known director Roman Polanski to have all sexual assault charges against him dismissed in a three-decade-old case that spurred him to flee to Europe to avoid sentencing.

Last week, in its bid to end the case, Polanski’s legal team — which now includes celebrity attorney Alan M. Dershowitz — made accusations of “serious misconduct” by district attorneys and judges. The charges against Polanski have kept the filmmaker out of the United States as well as many countries that have extradition treaties with the U.S.

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Polanski, now 81, was aiming to finally wrap up the legal drama that had kept him an exile from the United States since 1978.

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9 years ago

All the radical fems are constantly quipping about “rape culture”, “sexism”, and our so-called “patriarchal society”. Yet you never hear a single one of them bring up this guy… The HBO documentary about Polanski was a disgrace. Somehow, being beloved in Hollywood seems to give you a pass (see Sean Penn’s kidnapping and beating of Madonna). - Buy & Sell Adult Traffic
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