The news on the #FreeKate front has been sparse lately. Other than a handful of #FreeKate supporters openly conspiring to get Jeanette Runyon banned from Twitter via false spam reports, there hasn’t been much about the case itself. But, while @NicoleBonnett1 was pretending to stalk the Twitter Gulag inhabitant (plus her disabled veteran husband, her community, and her church) in real life, Jeanette was working on the case. She had the thought to file a Freedom of Information Act Request with the IRC Sheriff’s Office. That information arrived this past Friday. Jeanette received over 300 pages of materials on the case. Much of that information directly contradicts the claims of the Hunt family, and their supporters. Over the next several days, The Other McCain, and the Conservative Hideout, will be pointing out those blatant contradictions.
For today’s contradiction, or correction, that is, we have to revisit the claims that Kaitlyn Hunt did not know that her relationship with her victim was illegal, and they claim that she was never warned to end the relationship. Here is an interview in which Kaitlyn Hunt denied knowing that she was aware that the relationship was illegal.
However, information obtained from the IRC Sheriff’s Office via the FOIA Request filed by Jeanette Runyon definitely contradicts the claims of ignorance made by Kaitlyn Hunt. The following screen-captures are from the police file, and features a Facebook chat between Kaitlyn Hunt, and a cousin of the victim…
Note that I made the last capture wide enough to show the date of the conversation, which was January 9th. I also, overlapped the conversation to make sure that nothing was left out. And, if you read the first entry by Kaitlyn Hunt, you see that she fully acknowledges that she could get into trouble for her relationship with her victim. So why then, did Kaitlyn Hunt state, to a national TV audience, that she did not know that the relationship was problematic?
Also, why did the Hunt family state that Kaitlyn was never warned to end the relationship, when this conversation obviously happened? Also, I have to ask why Julia Graves, Kaitlyn Hunt’s lawyer, allow her client to lie on national TV? Surely they were aware of this exchange, as it was in the police file? Or, was it that they thought that this exchange would never see the light of day? No matter which way you slice it, Kaitlyn Hunt knowingly and intentionally lied on national television.
Over the coming days, more and more information will be coming out about the case. It is our intention to set the record straight and correct the false narrative set by the Hunts and their supporters.
Oh, and to @NicoleBennett1, @Periabo, Rachael Carson Zerbe, and crew; no amount of fake spam reports, making up crazy claims about people, false police reports, or PRETENDING to stalk people IRL will prevent this information from getting out. While you were busy lying about Jeanette, she was busy exposing the lies. This post is only the beginning.
How are all of your bullying tactics working out for you?
UPDATE: Also, #FreeKate Supporters are keeping it classy in the comments at The Other McCain…
Florida sex offender Kaitlyn Hunt, whose case became a cause for many gay rights activists this year, was aware that her affair with a 14-year-old was illegal, documents obtained from the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office show.
“Yes, I know I’m 18 and can get in trouble,” Hunt said in an online conversation more than a month before her February arrest, “but I understand the consequences and I know what I got myself into when I entered the relationship with [the underage girl].”
Hunt, who last month pleaded no contest to multiple felony charges in the case, has claimed in media interviews that she did not realize her involvement with the minor was a crime in Florida, where the legal age of consent is 16. “I wouldn’t have continued, if I really knew what the laws were and if I knew what I was getting myself into,” Hunt told ABC’s Matt Gutman in an interview broadcast on the network’s 20/20 program. . .
Blatant lies blatantly exposed.