Friday, February 03, 2006

Priorities wrong

My only feelings about the Lee Tamahori business are repulsion for the LA police, practicing entrapment of pathetic people trying to sell blowjobs. With 518 murders in 2004 you'd think they'd have better things to do.


Anonymous said...

Serve the silly bugger right! He's been living in LA long enough to be aware of the risks of approaching strangers for this kind of thing. God - he must know many others with similar proclivities among the movie establishment when the urge is upon him.

Anonymous said...

Barry seems to think that it's alright for the police to act in any manner they want provided people are "aware of the risks". What about the concept that a person has rights? This man harmed no one. If he violated no one else's right then he should be left alone.

Anonymous said...

Anon the stranger (officer) in the car has rights, Tamahori violated those by entering the vehicle with a proposition he knew was against the US law. With the high profile he has in the movie industry he knew the risks, which he could have avoided and "harmed no one" if he had confined his approaches to volitional individuals loitering at the many bars and clubs for queers there presumably are in a city of 15 million.