Homosexual Lawyers Still
Punishing Brian Camenker & Scott Whiteman Will Be Questioned
Again All Day Tomorrow
The homosexual firm, whose full name is Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders, is claiming that the privacy rights of the participants were violated because Whiteman taped a session at Fistgate in order to prove that the events really did happen.
Judge Allan van Gestel refused to dismiss the lawsuit and became a laughing stock across the country when he attempted to gag the press in the matter. But the national press, particularly Fox News, protested his action and he recanted. But he did not release the whistleblowers, Camenker and Whiteman, who have, as a result, been subject to the suit for three years.
GLAD has a staff of 15 with five fulltime lawyers, working only on homosexual issues in New England, primarily Massachusetts. It was the firm which sued Vermont for gay marriage and currently has a suit in Massachusetts, which will be heard by the Supreme Court in March. Both Camenker and Whiteman have to pay private lawyers to represent them.
The case has been dragging
out since the summer of 2000. The cost of defending
it has reached well over $100,000. Famed attorney
Chester Darling, who has won 9-0 before the US Supreme
Court in a similar case, has donate his time and is
heading up the defense team. But funds are very low
and his firm is having difficulty keeping up with
the huge amount of motions in the case being filed
by the five lawyers in the homosexual activist law
Fistgate Was Not Unusual
"The most ghastly thing about Fistgate is that it is not at all unusual," Camenker tells MassNews. "Most people would listen to that tape, and get physically sick. It's absolutely unbelievable, but they [GLAD] don't see anything wrong with it. They say they are just helping kids, and parents are getting in the way. They have a completely different worldview than most parents.
"They claim that we are somehow violating their privacy, and they are using very sleazy, lying tactics," says Camenker. He says this included the recruitment of a 17-year-old girl to their cause. "When we deposed her, we asked what had been said that was so personal. She hadn't even heard the tape. It's impossible to tell one kid's voice from another on the tape, and she didn't even know if she was on it."
A tape of Fistgate can be obtained from the office of MassNews, but not from Camenker, due to what he calls, "A bizarre, idiotic, unconstitutional restraining order GLAD got. Even Alan Dershowitz said it was unconstitutional."
Scott Whiteman taped Fistgate; Camenker was not present because, "One, it was on Saturday, and being Jewish, I don't do those things on Saturday; and two, they gross me out." Fistgate was covered extensively by MassNews and is mentioned in three recent books: Sean Hannity's Let Freedom Ring, William Bennett's The Broken Hearth, and When the Drama Club is Not Enough: Lessons from the Same-Sex Program for Gay and Lesbian Students by two homosexual activists, Jeff Perrotti and Kim Westheimer.
"It's as bad as reading Nazi propaganda," Camenker says. "They have this view of life that's so twisted."
When questioned about the title of the Perrotti/Westheimer book, with its implication that most students in drama clubs are gay, Camenker replied: "Certain people who are very creative and highly strung can be prone to getting involved with this kind of activity and getting addicted to it. The kids who are identified as homosexual often need real help - they tend to have emotional problems, and alcohol and drug problems.
"When they start self-identifying as gays, thanks to these Gay/Straight Alliances in the schools who tell them, 'Let's help you affirm that,' these troubled kids embrace a false identity that's so destructive."
'How to Dispose of Condoms in Your Home'
Camenker says that Newton North High School recently held a Bisexual Awareness Day, in which homosexual activists gave students advice such as, "How to properly dispose of condoms if you're having sex at home, and your parents aren't there."
In addition, the school held a Transgender Day, in which the main speaker was a man who is in the process of undergoing a sex change. "This was written up in the school paper," says Camenker. "The administration thought it was funny, and very educational."
Newton South High School is "worse," Camenker tells MassNews. "They held an AIDS Awareness Day, in which the main speaker was a man with AIDS who claims that he is not a homosexual, but that he got AIDS when he was 'raped by a priest' in 1977. AIDS wasn't even in this country in 1977."
When questioned why this is allowed to continue, Camenker replied: "The kids don't tell their parents. They're too embarrassed. Besides, there is a huge intimidation factor involved. If you go up against this stuff, they tell you you're a bigot. Or the schools will tell you, 'You're the only one who's complained.' That's a common one."
According to Camenker, "Homosexual activists and school administrators are excellent at snowing parents, but they're not good at snowing me. That's why they know that if they can silence us, they can silence anybody."
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