Friday, November 18, 2005

Camenker In Deep DooDoo

This just up from Article Hate's weekly update:

=== 1. Homosexual activists bringing ANOTHER lawsuit against Brian Camenker and Scott Whiteman for exposing "Fistgate" conference in 2000! Hearing on Monday, Nov. 21, in Cambridge District Court! Attempting to collect damages!! ===

Homosexual activists have suddenly resurrected a five-year-old legal action that had been dormant and believed to be abandoned, in an effort to collect "damages" from Brian Camenker and Scott Whiteman over their successful efforts to expose gay activists teaching bizarre homosexual sexual practices to children.

The other lawsuit, instituted by the Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD) against Camenker and Whiteman, gained much public notoriety but was essentially abandoned by GLAD earlier this year. [NOTE: We will have a full report on that soon.]

But now, Margot Ables, a former state employee who was fired for her participation in this sordid event but later managed to get an arbitrator to grant her job back, has re-energized her efforts to sue Camenker, Whiteman, and Parents Rights Coalition.

Ables' lawyer, Betsy Ehrenberg of the Boston firm Pyle, Rome, Lichten, Ehrenberg & Liss-Riordan, has made it made it very clear that they intend to collect substantial monetary

"What are your assets?. . .Do you own a house?" Ehrenberg asked Camenker after the preliminary session on September 15 at Cambridge District Courthouse. She then told Camenker that she will have no problem collecting money from him and Whiteman over this incident.

At the September 15 session, Camenker was representing himself, without a lawyer. In the GLAD case he had been represented by Boston-based Lawson & Weitzen, but they told him that they will not represent him further until he catches up on the legal bills from that case. Lawson & Weitzen continues to represent Whiteman separately.

This past week, however, the American Family Association Center for Law and Policy agreed to take on Camenker's case at no charge, and immediately began working on it...

...The homosexual movement responded by immediately initiating a law against Brian Camenker, Scott Whiteman, and Parents Rights Coalition, claiming that they had violated an obscure and antiquated Massachusetts wiretapping law. And they attempted to stop all distribution of the tape through a bizarre restraining order that originally included all the Boston media and even (we're not kidding here) the Massachusetts Legislature.

This ridiculous lawsuit resumes with a hearing scheduled for this Monday, November 21, at 2:00 pm, in Cambridge District Court. We'll keep you informed.

Those silly homosexual "activists", to think that the justice system could actually work for THEM too! I mean really, this is what happened to the Klan in the south, all those pesky lawsuits just decimated them, that wasn't fair either! And now poor Brian Camenker, while he has been minding his own business these past few years, it's a conspiracy I tell you!

All this over an obscure and antiquated Massachusetts wiretapping law, well, just as long as that obscure and antiquated 1913 law barring blacks from marrying whites still holds, I mean gays marrying gays. It's just awful!

Time to pay up Brian!


Anonymous said...

You Perverts! You think it's appropriate to tell 12 year olds how to fist? Those three "employees" should have to register as level 3 sex offenders and should never be put in a position anywhere near children ever again.

Anonymous said...

If you're talking about the instance I think you are, it was an accident.

Someone accidetally put the wrong educational pamphlet with the rest of the materials for the school. Pamphlents meant for adults were un-intentionally included with the ones for kids.

And in any case, I can think of few things that can make a 12 year old feel less horny than learning about fisting. They may have grossed-out the kiddies enough that many went days without feeling the need to masturbate. In a way, they might have helped the fundie-agenda along.

Anonymous said...

If you're talking about the instance I think you are, it was an accident.

No, the original responder is alluding to an earlier contrived controversy by Camenker. You can read about it here:

Context Matters

Anonymous said...

I just read that thing through. THAT is what they're making a big deal about?

Yes, they talk about gross things that many find offensive, sure. But Brian's characterization of it is so far off the mark!

And by all means, Brian should be prosecuted given the nature of the meeting and the understanding that any kinds of recording were forbidden.

How dare he exploit these young men and women who went there looking for honest help and undserstanding?

Imagine if he was allowed to attend a group therapy session at a psychologist's office and then secretly taped it?

These students talked about what they wanted to talk about, in their own words, and then Brian Schmuckaker twisted it into some sort of "Anal-Fisting Workshop."

Anonymous said...

You expect that you can maintain a gag order once you take this national?