Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Corrupt ex-Congressman Mel Reynolds now under arrest in Zimbabwe

Seems like someone can't help himself, even after getting a commutation from Bill Clinton and a cushy no-show job from Jesse Jackson.

Zimbabwe: Former U.S Congressman Arrested

"Former United States Congressman for Chicago Melvin Jay Reynolds, who came into Zimbabwe last year purporting to be a middleman for foreign investors in the tourism industry, was yesterday arrested for violating immigration laws and possessing pornographic material. He had also accumulated bills worth US$24 500 at two hotels which he was yet to pay.

Reynolds, who was convicted on 12 counts of statutory rape, obstruction of justice and solicitation of child pornography before he resigned from his seat in the USA was picked up by police detectives and immigration officials at Bronte Garden Hotel."

You know, there's not a lot of people that I'd wish a prison term in a Zimbabwe prison on, but the Democrat Party's pedophile poster boy is definitely one of the few that I'm ok with.

"According to his former aide identified as Sunny, Reynolds was in possession of pornographic material he shot on different occasions while in the company of a model (name supplied) and several girls in his hotel rooms.

"His travel documents were not up to date and he used to bring beautiful women at different times. He employed five of us including a personal assistant and a driver.

"He currently has unpaid hotel bills of more than US$24 500 accrued at two local hotels," he said.

Another closely placed source said Reynolds shot more than 100 pornographic videos and a further 2 000 nude pictures while he was in the company of at least 10 women including famous models."

He sure seems to have a lot of cash to splash around, doesn't he? I wonder if his wife and children back here in America are still on welfare like they were when he went to prison for diddling that underage campaign volunteer?

Ah, Democrats...the party that opposes morality and integrity for the same reason that Al Capone opposed the FBI.