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#Pedogate SFO: San Francisco Politico with Massive Trove of Sadistic Child Porn Accepts 6-Month Jail Stint

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High-level San Francisco political consultant and attorney Enrique Pearce, who was busted in 2015 for possessing 4,902 images and videos of child pornography — including the brutally sadistic rape of infants and toddlers — appeared in court for the final time Friday to accept his sentence: six months in county jail.

Yes, you read that right. Just six months for the following felony charges:

  • Sale Or Distribution Of Obscene Matter Depicting Person Under 18
  • Possession Or Control Of Child Pornography
  • Receiving Or Concealing Stolen Property
  • More than 600 images of person under 18 engaged in or simulating sexual conduct
  • Possession of obscene matter that portrays sexual sadism or sexual masochism involving a person under 18 years of age
  • And, somehow, Pearce’s managed to have two drunk driving offenses and speeding offense from 2013 also thrown under the same pathetic six-month child-porn sentencing blanket.
Enrique Pearce (right) with client and County Supervisor Jane Kim

Six months. How can this be, everyone wonders.

See The New Nationalist’s previous post on Pearce for some insight.  

Pearce is a well-connected Democrat in the state of California. In fact, he’s so well connected that a retired judge from a neighboring county was brought in to negotiate a plea deal with him directly, despite county prosecutors’ objections. Judge Rene Navarro initially sentenced him to mere home detention for his no-contest plea.

San Francisco Sheriff Vicki Hennessy

Fortunately, San Francisco’s upstanding and outraged sheriff, Vicki Hennessy — whose department must provide home monitoring services — refused to comply with Navarro’s plea deal. Rather, she argued that Pearce is a threat to the community and should go to state prison for a long duration.

This controversial sentence isn’t just about Pearce’s political clout. Something appears to be rotten in the state of California as a whole. Somehow California, the largest state in the country and home of Hollywood, offers child-porn offenders the lightest sentencing in the country, according to a U.S. Sentencing Commission report to Congress on child pornography. In second place is Virginia, which has the highest rate of missing children. California has the highest number of missing children.

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  • 200 Years Together

    Corey Feldman was right. The holly wood staff and cuttings have a big part in druidic rituals and black magic.

  • Andrew Frïëdl

    #PizzaGateIsReal. The crimes and filth go all the way to the top.

  • Ohso

    FOLLOWUP = Juan ‘Enrique’ Pearce = Cut a Felony Plea Deal = Case 15010531 in SF Superior Court (Judge Rene Navarro) 4-17 & will be Allegedly on a “Lifetime Sex Offender Registry”…

    – Although SB 421 by State Senator Weiner (yes, that is his name) may change it to a relatively short time, if the legislature passes his Bill…

    – which was Amended to let Sadistic Toddler Rapists Off the List after a relatively short time (formerly only those with a “Below Average Risk Or Low Risk to Re-Offend) – but as Amended to include those with an “AVERAGE RISK to Re-Offend” – thanks to BD&SM Fan Weiner.
    SEE
    Senate Bill 421, scheduled for hearing tomorrow, would allow over 10,000 sex offenders to be removed from registry
    http://cal-catholic.com/senate-bill-421-scheduled-for-hear…/

    **Democratic State Senator Scott Weiner, who is sponsoring the bill, at the gay-friendly BDSM and leather subculture Folsom Street Fair in 2016. (photo from adweek.com)
    “A mom whose daughter was kidnapped, molested, and murdered is sounding a warning about a proposed California law that she claims would eventually “obliterate” the state sex offender registry…”
    &
    San Francisco’s Gay Icon Larry Brinkin Guilty of Felony Child Porn Possession
    http://cnsnews.com/…/san-francisco-s-gay-icon-larry-brinkin…
    &
    Homosexual advocate pleads guilty in child porn case
    http://cal-catholic.com/?p=12394
    Brinkin worked at the Human Rights Commission for the City of San Francisco for 22 years and was a prominent homosexual rights activist for more than 40 years, pleaded guilty to felony child pornography possession last week.

    Brinkin is expected to serve six months in jail, five years of probation, and register as a sex offender for the rest of his life when he is sentenced on Mar. 5. But he likely will get to keep his city pension because possessing and viewing child porn apparently is not considered a crime of “moral turpitude” under San Francisco’s retirement/pension rules.

    According to police, as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle and SF Weekly, Brinkin had photographic images of children between the ages of 1 and 3 who were being sodomized and forced to perform oral sex on adult men.

    Also, in e-mails attributed to Brinkin…”he praised interracial adult-child sex saying, in one message, “I loved especially the [N-word] 2 year old getting nailed. Hope you’ll continue so I can see what the little blond b..tch is going to get. White Power! White Supremacy! White D— Rules!”
    &
    SF government again rocked by child porn scandal
    http://cal-catholic.com/?p=18580
    &
    San Francisco hit by suit from ex-HRC staffer
    http://www.ebar.com/news/article.php?sec=news&article=67851 /react-text ‬‬‬‬‬

    ‪A straight former employee at the San Francisco Human Rights Commission has filed a reverse sexual orientation discrimination lawsuit against the city.‬‬‬‬‬‬

  • Ohso

    Welcome to Wiener World – where the Pronoun Police can jail you for failing to pander:
    SEE
    Use the wrong pronoun, go to jail
    http://cal-catholic.com/use-the-wrong-pronoun-go-to-jail/

    If liberal California legislators have their way, calling a transgender man “he” could result in a $1,000 fine and a year in prison.

    The “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Long-Term Care Facility Resident’s Bill of Rights,” or Senate Bill 219, will criminalize referring to a transgender nursing home resident by his/her actual gender.

    The proposed law, which passed the California senate, states, “It shall be unlawful for a long-term care facility or facility staff to … willfully and repeatedly fail to use a resident’s preferred (transgender) name or (opposite sex) pronouns after being clearly informed of the preferred name or pronouns.”

    The bill also requires nursing homes — whether Christian-owned or not — to accommodate transgender bathrooms and showers.

    Penalties are capped at $1,000 and a year in prison. Supporters say the law is justified because nursing homes and long-term care facilities are state regulated and licensed, and “professional-client speech is subject to more government regulation than other speech.”

    The LGBTQI group “Equality California” sponsored the bill, which was written by state Senator Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco. According to one analysis, the law would apply to nursing homes “and intermediate care facilities.”

    Wiener argued that an individual citizen’s sincerely held beliefs did not matter. “The argument that religious views can create an exemption for civil rights laws or complying with civil rights laws is a highly radical notion,” Wiener told the committee.

    He added that people can privately believe what they want but publicly must comply with transgender theory.