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January 23, 2014 - 11:14 am
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A former high-ranking San Francisco government employee convicted of felony possession of child pornography will continue to receive his government pension because, according to city regulations, evidence of “moral turpitude” is required to revoke a pension yet viewing violent kiddie porn does not qualify as moral turpitude.

As reported here in the Tatler, Larry Brinkin, a prominent San Francisco Human Rights Commissioner and nationally known gay rights advocate, was arrested in 2012 for possessing and possibly distributing videos and images of babies being raped by adult men. Because of Brinkin’s “iconic” stature in the community as the person who pioneered “domestic partnership” laws nationwide, supporters at the time accused the police of framing him with false charges. But the evidence was so overwhelming that, after 18 months of legal wrangling, on Tuesday, January 21, Brinkin pled guilty to felony possession of child pornography, with various other more serious charges dropped as part of the plea bargain. He will serve just six months in jail and thereafter have to register as a sex offender.

But the scandal didn’t end there. A recent law defining which type of actions count as “moral turpitude” required to nullify municipal pension benefits does not include sex crimes involving children, and only refers to financial crimes:

Knox said he did not believe Brinkin’s city pension would be affected by the plea because his conviction doesn’t fall under “moral turpitude.” Under Proposition C, approved by voters in 2008, a city employee convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude – usually theft, fraud or a breach of the public trust – cannot collect employer-funded retirement benefits.

In case you’re thinking that perhaps this is just an over-reaction to Brinkin possessing some pornography which, unbeknownst to him, just happened to depict minors under the age of 18: Nope. The details of what type of imagery he enjoyed (and what he said about it) are so horrifying and so unimaginably vile that to even describe it feels like a crime. But the exact nature of his conviction is necessary for the reader to assess whether or not Brinkin’s actions should count as “moral turpitude.”

THIS IS A CONTENT WARNING FOR ANYONE WHO DOES NOT WISH TO READ UPSETTING MATERIAL.

On the following page is a small sampling of the evidence presented in the case. Stop reading now if you don’t want to see any of the police evidence against Larry Brinkin.

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After gay marriage has been stuffed down our throats NAMBLA will be coming up front and center demanding their 'rights'. And this sick clown is one of them unless I miss my guess.

Roger Simon has pleaded the case for gay marriage in a recent column - basically asking so-cons to forgo the battle against gay marriage in order to 'go along to get along - I.E. elect RINO's if thats what it takes to displace democrats in congress in 2014 - and as POTUS in 2016. I object to that tactic on the grounds that once gay marriage is the 'law of the land' and 'normal' and all that crap - NAMBLA may be the next 'round in the chamber' and aimed at our way of life. BOOM!

Don't be fooled - the left has an agenda - and NAMBLA's wish list is on that agenda. RINOs don't seem to much care what democrats do as long as RINOs 'get theirs'. Meaning power and the money that comes with it. They too care about little else.

Can anyone seriously believe places like Frisco and Seattle aren't modern-day Sodom & Gomorrah?



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Doesn't count ......

IF IT'S GAY KIDDIE PORN.

Of course, is it's "Normal" kiddie porn it is a capital offense, punishable by death.
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I'm of the 'Kiddie Porn = Capital Offense' school.
Call it cleansing the Gene Pool.
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First, thanks Zombie for, unlike the rest of California media, not letting this lay on the back porch. Where is the outrage here in the California media? The same place it was when 19 year old Steven Neary got convicted for murder defending himself against a gay predator who happened to be a favorite of the SF's PC leadership. Steve just got paroled after 19 years in prison, the possibility of him defending himself from rape did not matter at trial and his earlier parole hearings from the same people that are trying to save this creeps pension. It is amazing thew creep is not hung by the left for his use of the "N" word but how sick to think the black man raping the white infant is some how justified by the fact that slavery once existed is beyond the pall, this guy needs the 3 shot solution post haste! Jack Cashill wrote well about the lunacy that abounds here in California leadership circles and how SF brought folks like this in leadership for a very long time.
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Stories like that make me think about rocket ships leaving Earth that is clearly doomed...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDQZIWHqUug
43 weeks ago
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Nothing wrong with this sick mofo that supersonic lead injection wouldn't fix.
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One of the things I find striking is the HOSTILITY displayed in Brinkin's comments about the children in these videos.

Who wants to bet that he himself was a victim of childhood sexual abuse? I could imagine such a victim secretly despising his child-self for being weak and helpless, unable to escape the monster -- and maybe the only way he could psychically "erase" his vulnerability would be to BECOME the monster (because monsters are strong and remorseless and unstoppable).

If that is how such monsters are made, then --while I feel SO sorry for the abused little children they once were-- when they are caught they should be put to death ASAP, to prevent them from creating a new generation of monsters.
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OK The Gods of Government forcibly extract money from you and give it to this low life saying he is not guilty of moral turpitude because he was the appointed guardian of the human rights commission while using racial slurs I can hardly utter alone in the privacy of my own private study in a whisper. Then he uses your tax money to buy porno movies that encourage the lowest scum on the earth to kidnap babies to . . . . Does Brinkin really think this is for Human rights or at what age exactly did he and the entire state of California go insane? Civil War ever comes and the US Marines and Navy Seals ever lead us against these pukes I am pretty sure who is going to win.
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Jonathan Swift is begging to slit the children's throats himself by now.

Too bad the USDA hasn't chimed in on the potential for E. coli contamination of "the meat"...
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How are those "California values" working out for you?

I'm wondering why the fed's aren't involved? I'm sure some of Brinkin's e-mails were processed out of state?

I'm guessing that this story is much bigger than any or us know and that there is cover coming from the federal side. I wonder who Brinkin knows and what he has on them?

Cowards, all. The DA should have gone for the max, a plea bargain in this case is an insult to raped babies everywhere.
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The political class, looking out for its own again. Business as usual; after all, any one of them could be found guilty of any number of heinous crimes and potentially have THEIR pensions taken as well. Scratch my back, I'll scratch yours.
44 weeks ago
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Bernie 'The Lion of the Left' Ward revisited.
44 weeks ago
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Ward caught7 years Fed Time. The judge was Vaughn Walker who overthrew Prop 8. Satan ate these two alive.
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No surprise, based on age and background the guy fits the profile.

SF keeps them all together so we might avoid them.
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