Yes! We have been working with the animal control center and have found yet another animal posing as a human. This particular species is undefined for various reasons as you will read for yourself. The animal, Frank M. Lombard, 42, was arrested at his home in North Carolina and not only was his adopted five-year old he had been selling and having sex with present, but two other children as well.
The FBI seized all kinds of computer equipment and other evidence against the assistant director for Duke University’s Center for Health Policy. The animal was caught because he was selling his son to a stranger online that happened to be a D.C. Task Force agent, according to CNN. He promised the officer that he could perform all sorts of sex acts on the child because he had already done them to the child himself.
The putrid beast will surely meet with a grateful inmate or inmates that will defile him in ways he had not even conjured up in his petrified brain. But unfortunately, this crime does not call for Madoff time (150 years), this SOB will only receive a maximum of 20 years which translates to 10.
Also, doesn’t it make you ponder why this story isn’t all over every network superceding Michael Jackson’s death at least for one day? The man is from the country’s coveted Duke University and there hasn’t been a serious peep about the story locally or nationally. Is it because Duke’s reputation cannot be tarnished? Is it a racial thing? He is white you know. What about the fact that he’s a gay white male? Wouldn’t want them to come off as deviant. So you … SPREAD THE WORD!
That reminds me, let me call Al Sharpton right now. Maybe he can make enough stink to get the President to focus on adoption guidelines, especially for black children. Because per another report, the chat between this sick bastard and the officer said:
In the chat transcript, “F.L.” is asked how he got access to a child so young. “Adopted,” he replied, and said that the process was “not so hard … esp (sic) for a black boy.”
In the chat, “F.L.” told Palchak that abusing the child was “easier when he was too young to know what was happening and when he couldn’t talk …He had a little too much Benadryl. Was knocked out.”
Read more about the case here…if you can.