GOPer Charged With 11 Counts Of Sexual Assault

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    [Carlos] Bustamante was arrested Monday and released on $100,000 bond that night. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday on six felony counts of false imprisonment, three felony counts of assault with intent to commit a sexual offense, and single counts of stalking and attempted sexual battery by restraint.

    Other charges include misdemeanors and sentencing enhancements and one felony count of grand theft by false pretense. Prosecutors say he received $3,100 in tuition reimbursement from the county for training he had agreed to pay for.
     
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    Good....



    Next....
     
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    All I am wondering is how Obama made him do it.
     
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    interesting. The cited article doesn't mention party affiliation. The OP had to have researched it to determine the affiliation, just to include it in the thread title, and cast blame on the GOP.

    Why go out of your way to blame the GOP, unless you're a partisan hack.

    dumb ass.
     
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    *checks mail from yesterday to make sure I don't live in Santa Ana city*

    *yawns*
     
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    GOP'er??
    Note to self...."Star"'s opinion is worthless....ignore Star threads.
     
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    The norm is if any politician that is a D, one only sees party affiliation buried in the article, whereas Republican affiliation with anyone accused of anything is normally emblazened in the headline.
     
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    Huh?
     
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    Not even a mention of political affiliation in the HuffPo article. Negged for being an idiot hack.
     
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    Hopefully, justice will be served. If he is guilty, he will be punished.
     

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