Wednesday, February 4, 2015

LOW LIFES OF HIGHER EDUCATION: Rutgers Professor Defends Billionaire Pedophile: 14-Year-Old Prostitution Isn’t ‘So Heinous’


A Reuters exclusive published Monday explores the conundrum faced by nonprofits that have received money from Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire financier arrested and convicted for child prostitution.
But buried in the report is an insane statement from a Rutgers professor saying that he didn’t think he should return the money… because he didn’t think Epstein did anything all that bad.(RELATED: The Billionaire Sex Offender Double Standard)
Professor Robert Trivers told Reuters that Epstein was “a person of integrity who should be given credit for serving time in prison” and for settling civil lawsuits brought by underage girls. ”Did he get an easy deal? Did he buy himself a light sentence?” Trivers asks. “Well, yes, probably, compared to what you or I would get, but he did get locked up.”
But more to the point, Trivers didn’t see what the fuss was all about, since girls mature earlier nowadays. ”By the time they’re 14 or 15, they’re like grown women were 60 years ago, so I don’t see these acts as so heinous.” (RELATED: Will The Jeffrey Epstein Pedophile Case Snare Clinton?)
To clarify, Epstein is not simply accused of having sex with young girls for money, the crime for which he served barely a year in prison. He was also accused of pimping out the underage girls to rich celebrities,owning a sex slave and using his girls to “obtain potential blackmail information” from powerful political figures.
An influential evolutionary biologist and anthropologist, Trivers is something of a character even by the standards of academia. He is a member of the Black Panther Party (despite being white), oncethreatened Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz for his pro-Israel views, was suspended by Rutgers for refusing to actually teach his classes and was banned from campus for five months after a confrontation with a colleague.


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