Body Language – Harvey Weinstein In Courtroom – Is He Remorseful?

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Mandy
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His victims better beware..

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Hm, Milo’s book comes out soon. Called Despicable and that will possibly keep you busy for a while.

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Having worked with numerous sex offenders, in the juvenile prison and locked psych ward, I have seen his type before. There is no remorse there. He is the psychopathic type. Some offenders are compulsively acting out issues from their past and with a lot of treatment can be capable of remorse. Then there are sociopaths, who understand that what they did was wrong, feel no remorse, and never will, but attempt to simulate it to either decrease the consequences or convince others that they constitute no further threat. As you aptly point out with Weinstein, there is nothing there but disdain. The fact that he does not even attempt to look remorseful shows how dangerous he potentially is. This is the type of individual, who, if he had the resources and opportunity, would do what he could to buy off, intimidate, or take out witnesses. That is why you saw the reaction when the “no contact” OOP was discussed, I think. Sad commentary that scum like this evil individual had so many enablers and pimps in Hollywood/AKA Gomorrah. You guys are right to back up Patreon. They recently banned Faith Goldy and others. Since you promote truth and threaten the… Read more »

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I also work with adolescents who are in and out of juvenile hall, group homes, gang affiliated… the whole shebang. They are tough. They can be really mean and often scary. I would much prefer to spend my time with my hardcore homies than I would this creep. He is without any compassion.

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He has no remorse. He feels bad for no one but himself. He is not ashamed either. He is simply caught, trapped and pissed. His face and body resemble a bull fenced in just before it enters into a wild, enraged, bullfight. He is behind the fence because he is not permitted to step outside of it. He will behave as he is told. He will agree to be a good bull in order to save his… cojones, but his core is rage, untamed, entitled, testosterone packed TORO! This animal is NEVER TO BE TRUSTED!

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Devils advocate here because I’m trying to think like he does…. his belief system!

My question is if everyone knew the deal (a visit with this man gives you a role) and everyone had agreed to it for what, a decade or more?, then should he be remorseful?

If the only rule was admit you are sorry when we ask you to because you overstepped the mark with only those women and we are paying them to keep quiet, then why be remorseful if all those that sent women my way (that creepy Oprah and the blonde photo comes to mind) are not remorseful?

That woman recently that called out the people in the Audience at Cannes comes to mind

https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/actress-asia-argento-claims-she-was-raped-by-harvey-weinstein-at-cannes-during-searing-speech-1238073411539

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I was trying to think what animal he reminds me of – that’s it – a bull!

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He kept naturally falling into the, head back, looking down the nose. Only to be shortly followed by reminders that he wasn’t in charge there.
He is definitely gonna contact the victims, some how.
I like the way he gestured the clipboard to be taken away from him with his chin.
He can’t even act remorseful. Let alone feel it.

madvinmryk
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Good catch. That clipboard gesture was at 11:21.

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And your students are watching. I didn’t see one iota of remorse. Strictly my opinion.

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smile

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This man makes me scared.. He seems to think that he is above all. That is a bad character on a person. God bless his victims????

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Interesting man in the background. Seems sad and worried.

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Did you see the look on the police officers face when the Judge slipped up on the bail and said 10 Thousand instead of 10 Million?
Also when the Judge says Connecticut and New York for his Bail the Police Officer looks up on New York… is that just a random look or does that Officer think he should not be allowed in New York?

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“What the hell is happening.”
“I never thought she would lose.”
“It was her turn!!!”
“But they said Trump would be gone after a few months.”
^ his thoughts

Isn’t $1 million pocket money for someone like him? Seems to be way too low.

Harrison18111
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Harvey’s lawyer looks a lot like Martin Shkreli’s lawyer.

madvinmryk
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Only the anointed could get away without doing jail time.

MK
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*cough*
https://pastebin.com/YwApLhts
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He is one of many.
Since the 60s women and men advocated “Free” sex. The replacement of intimate relations with “Free Sex” has its price. Indeed women are mostly the victims, but, the Lie that woman and man are the same is uncovered here: woman who walk half naked, and are “free” cannot expect men to remain indifferent… in that aspect Weinstein is also a victim. Where is the “red line”???? Long lost.
As far of usage of sex, well, both sexes used it plenty. Sadly.

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He is one of many. Since the 60s intimate relations were abused both by women and men. He is also a victim of this problem. Women are NOT victims. I am a woman and I can see his view point!

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Maybe I missed something, but I don’t recall this man being convicted of a crime yet. I believe he has been charged with a crime…but has actually pleaded “not guilty”. Which part of the “not guilty” pleas did anyone not understand? Why, then, should anyone rationally entertain the idea that he should be expected to show remorse about anything at this point?

Is it because “is he remorseful?” begs the question of being convicted in the court of public (or personal) opinion? Thats hardly fair…or appropriate. Legally speaking, none of those courts amount to a hill of beans. I believe if we’d actually allow our criminal justice system to run its due course, then we’d have a lot less unproductive monkey dancing in our society.
Since none of you witnessed the alleged crime(s), nor have considered any of the actual evidence of the alleged crime(s) in a court of law, I suggest searching for evidence of remorse at a later and more appropriate time.

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