Chief Family Court Judge on Bondage Website

henrymakow.com

September 1, 2010

tp-douglas-king-chapman.jpgby Henry Makow Ph.D.

Winnipeg’s elite was doing damage control Wednesday after a formal complaint against Lori Douglas, Associate Chief Justice of Manitoba in charge of Family Law.

Alex Chapman, a Trinidadian immigrant, complained that in 2002, Douglas’ husband Jack King pressured him to engage in depraved sexual acts with his wife.

King was acting as Chapman’s family lawyer at the time. Both King and Douglas were partners in an elite Winnipeg law firm.

King introduced Chapman to the web site, Darkcavern.com, devoted to Black men torturing and raping white women. The site featured about 30 naked photos of Lori Douglas in various forms of bondage, in chains, with sex toys, and performing oral sex.…(Full Story)

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Note by F4L: Regardless of the outcome of the sordid tale and the whitewash that will most surely follow, the scandal gave at least a temporary lift to the flagging popularity and fortunes of the website darkcavern.com.

darkcavern_traffic-rank_trend

It would be interesting to know who owns the website and who profits from the boost in popularity of darkcavern.com, but http://www.whois.net/whois/darkcavern.com provides no clue and neither does darkcavern.com, other than that the copyright information is: Copyright © 2010 Coldcoffee.com Productions Inc, for whom the whois-information is not any more revealing.

Does that make you wonder whether the Canada Revenue Agency or the U.S. IRS will have more luck if they should engage in an audit of the revenue flows involved?

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One Response to Chief Family Court Judge on Bondage Website

  1. Law Society blocked documents
    connected to sex scandal
    Mike McIntyre, Winnipeg Free Press
    Thursday, September 9, 2010

    WINNIPEG — The Law Society of Manitoba blocked all public access to allegations of sexual impropriety against a Manitoba judge and her lawyer husband five years before the secret finally exploded last week.

    Court documents obtained by the Winnipeg Free Press show that at the request of the Law Society, the Court of Appeal issued a sealing order on, among other things, documents containing what they called “very sensitive” facts outlining incidents that only became public days ago.

    The province’s highest court also agreed with the Law Society’s request not to notify media outlets about the motion to prevent access as part of proceedings in an unrelated case they were hearing. The Supreme Court of Canada has stated that the media should be given notice of any attempt to ban access to or publication of information in a court proceeding … (Full Story: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/canada/Society+blocked+documents+connected+scandal/3499298/story.html)

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