Fifty shades of Jian or no further media statements
Toronto Police News Release | Friday, October 31, 2014, Toronto Police Service Sex Crimes started an investigation into several allegations of sexual assault. Jian Ghomeshi, 47, of Toronto, surrendered to police. He was charged with:
1) four counts of Sexual Assault
2) Overcome Resistance – Choking
When Canadian media icon Jian appeared last week at the College Park court house, released on $100,000 bail, the outside media frenzy and police line was as wild as any New World Order psy-op of late (Ferguson Riots, Black Friday, G20, etc.). If found guilty of sexual assault he could face 90-days-to-10-years in prison.
Rex Manning Day is over
Rex Manning Day, the tribute to a fictional rock-star that is a plot in the pop-culture classic movie Empire Records. The comparisons with Jian of Moxy Früvous were confirmed in an article in the Globe and Mail ‘Fruheads’ struggle to reconcile their love for Ghomeshi’s former band by acclaimed writer Robyn Doolittle. Depicting a generation of Fruheads, young women and under-age girls that interacted with the rockstar that ended up devistated, like the Rex Manning fans in Empire Records.
To add to the Hollywood-esque controversy is a picture of Jian’s legal defence team appearing to resemble the cast of an HBO dramatic series.
People can only hope for a fair trial, with the justice system full of perverts just as any other industry, as the movie Secretary or the moral crisis in Winnipeg suggest BDSM is rife in the legal community. Beware. Is 50 Shades of Grey a legal defence? The CBC has taken to investigating itself in the wake of an alleged omertà on rape-culture in the workplace. For ratings and damage control they turned around a fast documentary The Unmaking of Jian Ghomeshi on The Fifth Estate:
The employees of CBC appear shocked and in denial about any past behavioural problems with involving marque radio host Jian. But this CBC-frontman may not even be alone in disreputable behaviour, as journalist Linden MacIntyre suggested a sense of “Toxic Stardom.” is prevalent around the CBC hosts;
So he is allowed to bully and abuse people. You know, that’s the way it works, that’s what you put up with, whether it’s Mansbridge, Gzowski, whatever. They were not like shrinking violets, either. So along comes Ghomeshi: ‘Oh, yeah, he’s in the tradition of that. But somewhere along the way, it crosses a line.
The extended interview with Chris Boyce the Executive Producer of CBC Radio reveals another potential twist to the story, a possible insanity defence:
“We knew, we had information that he suffered from some mental illness, an anxiety… I think he’d been writing a book about his anxiety disorder, so we had some concern about his wellbeing”
Chris Boyce speaks about the Jian Ghomeshi affair – the fifth estate
As it stands the wheels of justice are turning. At least 15 women have come forward with allegations of violent deviant behaviour. One man has come forward with groping allegations from York University days. Even a former Producer of Jian’s radio show Q has suggested the CBC is covering up a two-tier workplace that’s emerged.
Top contenders for the next host of ‘Q’ radio show include Elvira Kurt, Jesse Brown, and Ed the Sock
Recommended research: CBC’s Jian Ghomeshi EXPOSED: Rape culture and the compartmentalization of sexual predators | Brainfeed.ca