Sunday, July 26, 2009

One last thing before I go do something constructive

Male Navy officer lodges sexual harrassment complaint against female reporter.

The complaint outlines examples of Rosenberg's alleged "abusive and degrading, comments of an explicitly sexual nature."

Gordon writes:

To me, in front of another journalist with reference to why 9/11 co-defendant Mustafa Al Hawsawi was seated on a pillow in court:

"Have you ever had a red hot poker shoved up your a**? Have you ever had a broomstick shoved up your a**? Have you ever had anything in your a**? How would you know how it feels if it never happened to you? Admit it, you liked it? No wonder why you like to stay in South Beach on your Miami visits."

Rosenberg, to CNN's Jamie McIntyre in front of roughly 15 journalists in the Guantanamo Commission's press center:

To Jamie - "Aren't you in the BOQ (Bachelor Officers Quarters)? I didn't think you were in tent city because these people (military public affairs escorts) are so far up your ass that I figured you must be in the BOQ."

To Me [Gordon] - "Why isn't he in the BOQ? You're kissing his ass so much that I can't believe that you're letting him stay with the rest of us. Do you love him?"

The Commander claims that Rosenberg said to members of the press and enlisted military men and women: "Seeing him [Gordon] topless in tent city was the most repulsive sight I've ever seen in my life." Most recently, while walking to court, Gordon says that Rosenberg obstructed an AP pool photographer from taking his picture, saying "Well, I know you like to have your picture taken to show people you are actually working down here, but guess what, not today..."

Carol Rosenberg, Journalist, seems to be a first-class jackass. And the idea of her being sued, by a military officer, for this, is just so fine I need a drink.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I had to go to the link and read the full article. This Carol Rosenberg sounds like quite a piece of work. I wonder what she's been ingesting? And can we can feed it to more SocLibs in both the press and politics, to help them express and bring out their true inner nature for all the rest of the world to see. No more hiding and disguises.

B Woodman