Gay Duke University Official Arrested
Oh joy, it seems that Duke University is embroiled in another rape case, but this time it’s not the students that are in the spotlight.
Frank McCorkle Lombard, the associate director of Duke’s Center for Health Policy was arrested Wednesday, June 24 after an Internet sting found Lombard offering up his adopted 5-year-old son for sex.
Lombard said in an online chat that he had sexually molested the boy. The court papers say he also invited an undercover detective to North Carolina to have sex with the young boy and even suggested which hotel he should use.
The Plot Thickens
As it turns out Lombard is gay living with his homosexual partner. The state crippled by PC tunnel vision permitted them to adopt 2 children.
When the Associate Press (AP) reported this story, they did not mention the fact that the five-year old offered up for molestation was black. Bringing that fact to light might be damaging to the political coalition that exists between blacks and gays. Nor did the AP mention that a homosexual couple is raising the adopted child. Bringing that fact to light might harm the gay adoption movement.
Where is the outrage from Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton – No mystery there, both are in the process of shaking down the estate of Michael Jackson. You gotta have priorities, right?
Lombard offers advice for his fellow child rapists – black children are easier to adopt, and to knock them out with Benadryl before molesting them. Duke University should be proud protecting this creature for 10 years for the sake of diversity.
Unlike in Duke’s previous scandal there is not much on the radar. It didn’t take the faculty long to respond when several white Duke Lacrosse players were accused of raping a black stripper. A whopping 88 professors signed a statement accusing the players of both racism and rape.
It will be interesting to see how Duke faculty members respond to Frank Lombard. Because he is white, Lombard is fair game at Duke, isn’t he? But Lombard is also gay, so will that complicate things?
Michael Schoenfeld, vice president for public affairs at Duke, said Lombard has been employed with Duke University since 1999. He is now on unpaid administrative leave.
“Duke is cooperating with the investigation,” Schoenfeld said. He said the university was notified of the incident after Lombard was arrested.
Authorities executed a search warrant Wednesday evening at Lombard’s home, according to court documents. The papers show investigators seized two webcams, five computers and a sex toy, among other items.
If Lombard is convicted, he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison. His arrest comes about a year after the Court decided that child rapists can’t be executed because “society” has “evolved” to the point where such executions would be “indecent.”
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