Frank M. Lombard, associate director of the Center for Health Policy at Duke University was arrested and charged with offering his adopted five year old son for sex acts.
From Euripides' Blog
Mike S. Adams on Townhall.com
brought this one to light. Reported by the Associated Press
Here's another Duke University rape and controversy in the making. Frank M. Lombard, associate director of the Center for Health Policy at Duke University was arrested and charged with offering his adopted five year old son for sex acts.
The arrest warrant
states that a person, later identified as Lombard, used video chat on the internet to perfom sex acts on a child under the age of ten. The child was later identified as one of two adopted children of Lombard. The complaint says Lombard's chat room ID lists him as "perv dad for fun."
The warrant states that an astute police detective contacted Lombard through Yahoo! Instant Messenger. Lombard admitted performing sexual acts on his adopted five year old son. He wrote that he would drug the boy with Benadryl before molesting him. He admitted that he waited to molest the boy until his partner was out of town.
The warrant continues describing the next day, when Lombard offered his five year old to the detective to perform sex acts on him. The detective said he lived out of state, making the solicitation a federal offense.
OK, those are the particulars of the warrant against Frank Lombard.
Interestingly, the AP story neglected to mention that the molested child is black. In fact, both of Lombard's adopted children are black. As the warrant implies, both children were molested. The AP story also neglected to mention that Lombard and his partner are homosexuals raising adopted children.
As Mike Adams points out, mentioning those two facts might hurt the cause of homosexual civil rights and homosexual adoption. So, of course, those little details are left out of this sordid case.
After Mike Adams wrote his article, I decided, as he did, that these details need to come to light. As he states:
I believe that certain coalitions must be broken. And certain movements must be harmed. Let the political fallout begin. (Townhall.com)
Lombard, if convicted, faces 20 years in prison. I'm certain many of you will agree that time served is too good for the likes of Frank Lombard.